Originally Posted by OriginalG
I bet there will be mention of this at the iPad 3 unveiling. "Just a few weeks ago, we had our 25 BILLIONTH App Store download. <show keynote slide saying "25 billion">
Originally Posted by Slurpy
Listening, this has been very insightful.
I can't listen to it.
At first, I got an error message saying something about it not being on the server. But now, it just says "Loading...
I applaud Tim Cook for going the extra mile to demonstrate that Apple is doing its best to be responsible. However, I think he should also take a page from Steve Jobs' book and shift some of the blame to where it rightly...
Last month, I saw an unfamiliar iTunes charge of $30-something dollars on my credit card statement. When I checked my purchase history on my iTunes account, the charge was not there.
According to Apple, my credit card number was used...
I like how Apple's Siri commercials show what you can do with the new phone.
Compare that to these kinds of Android commercials, which are only about the specs.
Some people complain that Apple products are...
Originally Posted by uncletone
I fully believe it. When I bought my iPhone I was amazed as the box slowly fell away from the lid. You could feel the suction as the fit between the two was so perfect. And it's still a favourite...
Originally Posted by TBell
AT&T proposed to acquire T-Mobile. The proposal was risky for T-Mobile because if the deal didn't go through, T-Mobile might have been irrevocably damaged by 1) customers fleeing thinking the...
I guess lucked out, cuz I got in on this deal when I bought my iMac on Black Friday two months ago. Got a $99 printer for free.
Didn't have to mail anything in, and in fact, I don't remember filling out any forms online either. A...
Originally Posted by tk2x
There is no quicker way to kill a deal that is in discussion, than to desperately leak it to the press. So assume that this WON'T happen.
True, especially when it involves a secretive company like Apple.