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A press release is a press release. Apple wouldn't call one if they didn't have something important to say. It also may mean that the resolutions to the iPhone 4's problems are still in progress or they could announce that corrected phones will be shipping soon or on a particular date.
. . . how similar iPhone 4 is to Vista???!!! ;-)
Dinosaurs like you may, but deaf doesn't mean stupid.
Nope. Too many logistics headaches.They'd have to have all sorts of sizes and enclosures. No room to display them in retail stores.And that's to say nothing of ever-changing technologies. Too expensive to keep up with.Remember that Apple iPod portable speaker thing? Dead in the water. Too cumbersome. Too awkward. Too stupid.
No it isn't.We've paid for TV for decades by having to put up with irrelevant ads.This is a big relief and more equitable, as you more directly pay for what you want to watch as you go. Kinda like paying tolls on toll roads.
I'm guessing it's those little holes for the proximity sensor. Guessing they have to be laser cut and they had to experiment to get the right power settings, etc.
No it doesn't. As the saying goes, "Nothing worthwhile is easily obtained." It may be tough, but it's worth the effort. Where would be all be now if it wasn't for all the concerted efforts of this impressive team?
There's no shortage of people who "hate ads." It's a matter of relevancy which most non-targeted ads suffer from. You've had to endure most of them because you just weren't interested. Well, like this new smartphone era which Apple ushered in with its iPhone, Apple is now ushering in iAds which will be both uniquely better targeted to each iTunes account, as well as maintain that individual's choice of participation as well as maintain his or her relative...
One of the WWDC 2010 sessions covered iAds and discussed some of the design and strategy. Apple wants to combine the interactivity of web ads with the emotion of TV ads. Big advertisers have the budgets to achieve such high production qualities, and they stand to benefit commensurately from the expected higher response levels this new class of ads promises. I think this new genre of ads is going to be immensely popular for both advertisers AND customers.
What a weird, back-handed compliment for a good service!
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