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Can this benchmarking be done offline? If so, why would Apple need to do it online, except to "leak" the machine's performance to the public. However, judging from the unremarkable results, that's not very likely.
  I live in NYC, and it would be cool to have iBeacons at every station so that you could track where you are on a mapped out route.   Then, I could set my iPhone to notify me one station before I need to get off and take a nap.
Add regular broadcast TV to that line-up and it looks nearly good enough to stand on its own. Good bye, cable!
I think Steve was rather insightful to be able to see things this way. And although I believe what he said generally holds true, I think he's a special case, and he's an icon that more than just geologists will remember.
This seems like a bit of a pain to put on and take off every time you want to play a game. Or if you just keep it on all the time, wouldn't it get in the way of plugging in headphones and putting it in a syncing stand?
I like the new way you swipe to change from stills to video. The previous slider was so small it was difficult to get at.
I think the new feature allowing you to mirror the full desktop on a TV was introduced specifically so you could connect the future iTV to your Mac.
I'm guessing this new Mac Pro will cost a lot.   Now that most people are moving to iPads & MacBooks for their daily computing, the Pro desktop can be aimed squarely at professionals who will use this new beast to make money with.  That means they won't mind investing the extra dollars to get a truly powerful machine.   Gone are the days when you needed a tower Mac to edit video and music.
The customer gets their iPhone back faster and Apple saves money on shipping. Win win!
Those figures are quite astounding. I think it's partly due to iPhone users being excited about software updates.
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