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That is disappointing if true. There is something fun about bragging rights, and I would really like to see their custom silicone kick butt over everything else, but it really doesn't matter - if the iPad does what it's supposed to do and does it well, who cares what CPU/GPU it has? I would say it's not as big of a deal what kind of processors special purpose devices have compared to general computing devices.
Okay, maybe on the Mac mini, but I'd rather see two mini-DisplayPort connectors (w/audio) and an included mDP -> HDMI adapter on all their machines. Choose a standard (DisplayPort), stick with it, and provide adapters for everything else (HDMI, DVI, VGA, component, composite).
heath.gerlock is also correct. A one-size data plan does not fit all.
The answer to this is simple. Carriers need to begin a shift in their business models. Everything will migrate entirely to data in the [near] future. It's time for carriers to move their voice services to VoIP and start shifting bandwidth allocation from voice to data. Lower the prices on traditional voice "minutes" while simultaneously raising rates on "data" plans. Essentially customers' bills will remain the same, but carriers will be applying the revenue to...
It appears you're still not getting the points, and reading in ideas that are not there. It was a great way to start off a discussion, the post has validity, you know it, and I don't have any more time to waste on this.
I usually refrain from re-response, but in your case... I stand by my statements. First, my reading comprehension is just fine. It is sensible that a 15% 'refund' in this context would indicate 15% atop the purchase price, but the actual wording of the 'article' does not properly articulate that, and if you didn't notice, you are lacking some language skills. Next you prattle a host of tangental comments to mine, but fine, let's address those... Ownership is not...
Okay, so that story is less than clear. Are customers of problematic 27"ers getting $300 and keeping their machines, are they getting their $2000 back plus $300 when they return the machine, or are they returning the machine and only getting $300 back? One would hope it's purchase price plus 15%, but whatever the case is, it is certainly not made clear in this write up. As for Apple's little (big) problem here... That's what happens when you let QA slip. Apple, do...
This does not surprise me at all. One of Apple's problems is they view the world from an insider's position. They are not out in the trenches, and I don't think they have a grasp as to what's really going on. They see sales numbers increase and they think that everything is great. While the iPhone is a great product, and obviously started a whole new smart-phone revolution, it is no longer getting mind-share. Let me tell you - my kids and all their little friends...
Apple, read my lips: NO BING M$ maps suck! I like the tablet idea though, if you don't over price it.
I'm quite surprised by this guy. I can possibly believe he doesn't own an iPhone, and maybe even believe that he's never extensively used an iPhone, but this nonsense about his company not even paying attention to Apple is pure rubbish. Apple is their biggest competitor, and he's been caught in an obvious lie, because they went to great lengths to leach onto iTunes for sync. You don't do that if "your not paying much attention to Apple". I certainly don't understand...
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