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Read it here:http://techcrunch.com/2014/06/27/apple-to-cease-development-of-aperture-and-transition-users-to-photos-for-os-x/and it was later redacted:"Article updated to clarify that there is no official workflow for migrating to Lightroom."Guess I shouldn't read that site, nor posts.
Apple has already stated they will update Aperture to be fully compatible with 10.10
No reason to make (valid) assumptions: Apple already stated they will create a migration tool for users to switch over to LR, together with Adobe. Plus they are going to make it 100% compatible with 10.10. And they also stated that their other Pro apps will continue to be updated and are not being discontinued.
I use Aperture in a mixed environment: photos reside in a managed lib on my SSD, videos are referenced and stored on HDD. I don't think Apple will have options like these carried over from Aperture to this new Photos application, but would love to be surprised. Then again, if they are working on a migration tool to LR I'm not going to hold my breath. Which is a long one anyway; "early next year". The should've handled this better, especially after their TaDa moment they...
Plus the GPS thingy in the Qualcomm WTR1605L:https://chipworks.secure.force.com/catalog/ProductDetails?sku=QUA-WTR1605L&viewState=DetailView&cartID=&g=I think the lenses are different as well: five-element lens with a hybrid IR filter and an ƒ/2.4 vs ??? (can't find a solid answer) and half the NAND on the music player. Aslo different audio codecs (338S1116 vs 338S1146) et ceteraDoes the iPod touch have a vibrator motor? And the 5c may be 'plastic', it does have a steel...
Apple ][ is that you?Yes, lame. But perhaps you're referring to one of those "Are iPhone users more educated than Android users?" surveys, which can be a fun read, though this one is three years old, so probably useless now:I buy directly as well, from Apple, because it is cheaper to get the phone and a phone plan separately.Will Google one day tell their partnering carriers they cannot alter Android OS in any way? No OS updates from carriers, only Goole allowing people to...
To me that reads like something anyone would understand.Careful there, some might think you have a friend who swapped out his daughter¡My guess is some people prefer a smaller device. The word pocket ability comes to mind. For me, that's a small iPhone, like the 3.5" version, though that measurement only applies to the screen diagonal.
Why on earth would they want to do that? They're not into the business of trying to hurt any competitor, they are in the business of creating a better product than the competition. And while there is room for improvement of Google Search I don't think Apple has the know-how of creating a search engine. Every time they want something but is an area of expertise they do not posses they partner up instead of creating something themselves. Look at the first iPhone, many...
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