Originally Posted by Doctor David
Are you sure you quoted the post that you intended? Your comments make no sense in relation to it.
He understands it just fine. You need to brush up on Apple History 201.
Originally Posted by LaBeaver
Backup, backup, backup
That's not the solution. As the poster said, it's the power supplies that fail. The drive and the data are fine. I was buying Lacie drive enclosures in the 80's and had...
Originally Posted by Joseph L
Click to Flash. Problem solved. Don't blame Apple just because Adobe is lazy.
Not a chance at 10 hours or anything remotely close. I use Click to Flash and rarely open flash content, 4 hours. ...
This player is not enabled for HTML5 delivery."
A Conde Nast publication.
Not withstanding the fact I have yet to see a single magazine transfer well to the iPad, Conde Nast sites are riddled with iPad issues...
Originally Posted by Inkling
Since many of the components and much of the manufacturing is automated, estimates are that a "Made in the USA" iPhone would add only about $50 to the cost, something Apple could easily...
Originally Posted by MrMacintosh
Why would anybody buy it when iPhone 5 is a few months away?
The vast majority of iPhone users has never heard of an up and coming v5. They have enough trouble using their v4's. Verizon is the...
Originally Posted by Lorre
I don't buy it, and I never will. Even if Apple does release a TV, I would consider it a really stupid move.
Face it, a TV is nowadays nothing more than a dumb screen. It's the things you connect to...
Originally Posted by digitalclips
I'm just out of touch with reality, I know ... after all bribery, er I mean lobbying is legal ...
Yes, it is in the United States. That's why the US has one of the least corrupt governments...