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I totally get your point, but at the same time, for a company so secretive, it would seem weird to do the testing in such a visible location, and it's also not an especially large test site.  The Tesla test track is clearly visible as you drive past it - it's big! While Apple have bought a lot of land there, it's not that big even for a car R&D facility.
I think Tesla only manufacture cars in California because there was a car factory that had just been shutdown available.  They effectively got it for a song. Deciding to build a new car factory in California generally, and the Bay Area specifically, would be nuts.
I'm worried about that too.  I've had a couple of Geeks assigned to testing all our tools on Windows 10 to see if people upgrading is going to be a disaster or not. Aside from that though, the little I've seen of it, Windows 10 does seem pretty nice, especially with one of those tablets with the removable keyboard. Not even close to interesting enough to make me consider using one, but I could see how it will keep people from considering moving to Apple from Windows.
And still no HSBC support in the US. Bastards.
Car Play seems to do this already.  It certainly guesses that I might be going to work or home.   I really like it.  I've got two routes to work which are almost exactly the same distance, and which one is fastest is entirely dependent on the traffic conditions that day.  This works it out for me.
These have been my favorite Apple adverts for a while.  All of the ones I've seen look stunning - it's amazing a phone can do that.
I totally agree.  Sadly, tech reporting in all of the mainstream press is poor (though much of the specialist press isn't much better either).
It does seem weird that the more channels they have, the less music they seem to play. MTV used to be awesome.  The only non-music thing was "The Real World", and even that was pretty cool, because it was different to what anyone else was showing.
I miss the days when it was Music Television.
According to the Wikipedia article, 8.3m people watched it last year.  It looks like it's been viewed by between 8 and 10 million for quite a while.  I was surprised - I thought the viewership of things like that would have been gradually declining over time. Seems like quite a smart good cross-promotion between MTV and Apple.
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