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Posts by franktinsley

Stupid.
Right, and that's still the biggest problem here so I was right?
I kind of want an Apple Watch but at the same time I can't help feeling like this comic strip nails how silly the whole thing really is: http://chainsawsuit.com/comic/2015/03/09/applewatchwatch-2015/
Apple is totally correct here.
I wonder if they're waiting to show a new display that will connect to this one connector and supply power and extra ports on its rear.
How do cases like this make it this far? Couldn't Apple's lawyers simply have asked the court if this patent perhaps could be applied to ANY ONLINE SERVICE EVER to demonstrate how totally absurd it is?
For the price I don't think it's unreasonable for people to expect a lot more.
Photo stream was NEVER unlimited. It was always limited to 1000 photos. It was intended to allow users to essentially sync their photos on the iOS devices with their Mac and PC without the need to sync by having an online "stream" of your most recent photos. These recent photos would be viewable on all devices and stored forever on your Mac and PC for archive. It never made sense to users though. They assumed it was, as you called it, free unlimited photo storage. So Apple...
This post appears to give no reason for putting Siri and homekit in the Apple TV itself instead of just touch-based iOS devices.
Holy crap this speculation is ill informed. Streaming games like ouya? What? Do they mean like OnLive? OnLive may have been on ouya, I don't remember. Otherwise all ouya did was play android games. Anyway, no no no no no. Apple is not at all about to do anything like OnLive. That sort of service is monstrous to set up and run and just makes no sense here. Besides why would apple do ANY if this when they already tout playing games over Airplay?? The Apple TV doesn't have...
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