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Whoa, I clearly missed that feature... I didn't know you could turn off Spotlight. I may have to give that a try.
He can be as pretentious as he wants if he keeps coming up with such good designs. People say that's part of what makes Steve so successful, don't they? That unibody design kept my computer running perfectly after what could have totally destroyed it. That is a pretty angry face, though. Probably not what you want on PR pages. Thanks for the tip, I really appreciate it!
I wanted to send a message to Steve Jobs and Jonny Ive - actually a compliment, not a complaint. As far as I know, Steve's email address is sjobs@apple.com, right? But what about Jonny Ive? Does anyone know what his email address might be?
The "I'm Your Mother and You Should Listen to Me; and Don't Forget Your Coat" app
Wow, you're going to be waiting a really long time for your products. Did you pre-order an iPhone 1000 or something?Edit: Didn't notice it says at the bottom what you've ordered. I would have thought they'd have more than 42 versions in 1000 years, though.
While the "gigabytes" of material may be training and programs for the iPad retail system, it doesn't seem likely that that's what they'd use to celebrate their 10th anniversary and it doesn't seem like something store managers would be particularly excited about. Aren't these sorts of progressions just business as usual?
I agree - treating this like a full sized product, the idea is interesting. I think even the price can be justified when you compare it to a MacBook Pro (which the specs imply it is close to). The main problems are the weight and battery life. And I think those would be just too much to justify, especially given it may be hard to find a reason to get this product as opposed to a normal laptop.
Does this only recognize programs from the Mac App Store and everything else goes into "Other"? I can't think of why else the "app" section is 0 bytes.
I have heard in the past Apple has often silently upgraded computers that were scheduled to arrive at someone's door after a changeover had happened. Can anyone else confirm that?
Is Apple really likely to add Light Peak to their hardware before it is even a legitimate connection option? Perhaps those who were in the Apple camp way-back-when can comment: how soon after the USB specification was finalized did Apple add it to their computers and start pushing it as the standard? How many peripherals actually used USB at the time?
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