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So there will be a frantic few hours of ordering at midnight, then a rolling frantic few hours of making try-on reservations later that morning.   This. Will. Be. A. Zoo.    In store and online.
So many cheaper options than OmniFocus.   Wait... Cheaper isn't the right word. Reasonable is the right word.   I've gladly paid ten or twenty bucks for some iOS apps. $40+$20 is nuts.   Abandoned Omni Group's apps long ago.
iPad sales are dropping and iPhone 6/6 Plus sales are surging.   Yet Adobe keeps churning out iPad only apps.   Adobe never learns.
Tried the new trackpad at my local Apple Store. It was bizarre.   At first it seemed like real clicks. Real movement and depression of the pad.   After a few minutes I started to recognize what was happening as thumps or taps. Almost rather than being the result my pressing, it being the result of someone tapping back up at me from inside the MBP.   Freaky. Not in a bad way, but in a different from before, and very satisfying way.   Lots of possibilities indeed.
My iPhone 6 Plus, FTW!
The cashier not understanding the technology only happened for me in the first week or so. Twice I got my checkmark and confirmation on my iPhone 6 Plus, but it did not go through for some reason and I had to do it again. Never resulting in a double charge. My guess is the store's system connectivity or again, cashier error.   I've used Apple Pay about 60 times or so, and those issues only affected 5 or 6 instances.   So technically you could say I am one of those...
How's that Pono service going?   Not so well.   In three months...   How's that Tidal service going?...   All of this will be moot when Beats Music is relaunched, Apple Branded.
So now we're left with not two, but three critical dates.   The release date. The pre-order/try-on date. The try-on reservation date.   So, the 24th, the 10th, and... ?
Starting today, you could be discriminated against in Indiana, because you use an Apple product, re: Tim Cook's sexual preference.   #boycottindiana
What the heck? Meerkat was the darling of streaming, but now suddenly we're supposed to jump ship because Twitter tells us to??   Twitter is becoming Google/Amazon/Facebook. Now they are forcing ad videos on us.   Periscope being owned by Twitter, automatically makes it suspect.
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