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Sorry, wrong article to link to. But I remember the confusion and understood afterwards he meant calendar 2008. Here's a 'better' link:http://www.engadget.com/2007/01/09/live-from-macworld-2007-steve-jobs-keynote/
He meant in calendar 2008:http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/wireless/phones/2007-06-28-iphone-launch_N.htm
Looks like I can be a CEO as well one day. I mean, look around, how good do you need to be¿
Web Objects was $50k:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebObjectsBut if we're limiting the highest price to HW, the service contract for the Xserve was around $50k as well, just can't find a link (wish @Gatorguy was here a I'm terrible at searching things finding things)
I love humble pie! Not sweet, not bitter. It's bitter sweet. And while pundits may have predicted wrong, I did as well with the iPhone; I thought they would sell 12M but it was more like 6M or something.
That's a good point; it's much more accurate than GPS and GLONASS. But this level of accuracy isn't a free service, and without knowing the subscription cost it's a hard sell. It is actually the first 2-way communication GPS:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_(satellite_navigation)
Saw it on 9to5mac, they have the widest range of Apple news. It's a long article, 43 pages in Reading Mode (I've also exported it as a .pdf and added it to iBooks for later reference)
Even not comparable, I think the 19 million number is too high as well. Android wear sold shipped 720,000 last yearhttp://www.canalys.com/newsroom/over-720000-android-wear-devices-shipped-2014
Civilian GPS indeed isn't. Military GPS is, however. But I do not think their tech will ever be released to the public, probably for public safety.
Personally I'm more inclined to read up on Jony Ive than this person: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/02/23/shape-things-come Truly an excellent (and extensive!) article. A must read.
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