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IIRC, Apple is in a position where it can say to a supplier: "we think we will need 65 million panels, but if sales slow down then we will re-visit that number and order a reduction in the production run without incurring penalties". No manufacturer in their right mind is going to give up potential sales of 65 million panels, even if Apple only ends up actually buying 55 or 60 million of them -- the price of these panels plus the number of cloners in China alone could...
Are you serious? It's never going to happen, unless Apple uses that $100 billion to buy out the whole media and entertainment industry. I live in the UK and still buy printed books, and it says clearly inside "Not for Sale in the US" -- the US versions probably say "Not for Sale in the UK". Authors don't always sell to the same publishing house for world-wide distribution, which would certainly make life easy for all of us. Book publishing rights are usually auctioned off...
If you did a search via Google, you would have found this:http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/where...449735650?mt=8
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Did Apple even attend MWC? It didn't last year. And, are the networks still doing a buy-one-get-one-free for Android phones? If so, some of those figures need adjusting -- some of the people I know who bought Androids at ridiculous prices have now stuff'd them in a drawer and gone back to their non-smartphone-phones. Same with Blackberry users, especially after the worldwide system crashes -- apparently, the BB service is very slow now.
Isn't this patent about those dang things we used to hang off our belts 30 years ago? You know, someone calls you, their number shows up on a tiny screen, then you scrambled to look for a phone, any phone (landline only) and called them back. What were they called? Beepers, bleepers, pagers? I thought pagers only existed in airports, those announcements "Will Mr So & So please... the rest is incoherent... " Don't patents become obsolete?
Use FinderPop, create aliases of apps in their own folders, e.g. folder called Adobe CS3 and fill it with the app aliases. When you right-click on a file, you don't have to go to the "Open With.." option, simply select the Adobe app you wish to open the file with and ... that's it.
First of all, U.K., Germany, France, Spain and Italy are far from being all of Europe... UK general practitioners all have WinPCs on their desks and can access information locally, and from other National Health Service (NHS) systems. My GP can access the results of run-of-the-mill blood tests carried out by the local NHS hospitals, but they can't access results for tests for hepatitis and other more serious communicable diseases nor can they access results for...
He could have stayed at Apple and started new projects from scratch and then farmed them out as the projects neared reality and production... over and over again. We haven't hit the peak of digital/electronic development and inventive minds will always be needed to solve simple and complex problems.
The radio and electronics in a cell phone can trigger explosives -- in the UK it is illegal to use your cell phone at a petrol pump for fear of explosion. --------- iMessage can be set up to use just your phone number or number+email address(es) -- I wonder if using just the number would solve the problem? IIRC, it is only your UDID and email which are linked to your iCloud account, not the phone number?
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