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Apple should just make their own search engine. Call it iFind and have it integrate with iPhoto and all the OSX varients in ways no other search engine and web browser can.
OSX is easy to learn and you can do everything you seem to want to do on windows but more easily and with better reliability. I been using Windows since 3.1 and recently switched over to Mac this June. I think you're better off buying a Mac.
What Apple should also do is allow there to be other stores than the Appstore without needing to jailbreak. If the Phone is unlocked by default and the other stores can sell whatever they want, Apple then there is no need for Jailbreaking and the abuse of it that has led to the piracy.
This doesn't sound right to me too. You also have to consider that not everyone pirating would have bought it otherwise. My little cousin is in middle school, he and all his friends pirate apps instead of buy, the majority of people probably do buy. Does anyone have the numbers of people who have accessed the Cydia Store?. I'm sure it's well under 2 million, and supposing 2 million people have Jailbroken and then decided to pirate..... The idea of billions lost from piracy...
Won't the skylights mess with the glossy screens? :smug:
For me and my friends who have iPhones, the Apple Store has always replaced our phones for free when we have battery issues within the first year, with few questions asked. After my 3G broke and I didn't want to use my upgrade for a 3GS, they took my old battered iPhone 2G in and gave me a brand new one for 80$, along with a 90 day guarantee on the replacement phone. I'm pretty happy with the way the system is now, I find their system more than fair to the consumer.
I never understood that, don't they lose like at least 100$ for each one they give away?
The Zune HD isn't a bad product though, one of my friends is a die hard Apple fanboy, and she is in love with the Zune HD, and she has 2 iPod touches and an iPhone. It's got a great screen for movies and a slick interface, and she says it's much easier to use as an MP3 player than the iPod app for iPhone OS, She said if it had the Apps that are available for the iPhone, she'd choose it instead of an iPod Touch.
Actually, before I got my MBP I configured a dell studio laptop with close specs and features to that of the 15" low end MBP, dell was slightly more expensive.Edit: I just put one together, only about 250$ cheaper than the 15"MBP, and even then, the MBP has some of the best engineering and reliability, plus OSX and the iLife suit.
Believe what you want, but the iPod phenomenon was born out of music piracy. 1,000 songs in your pocket was the idea back in 2001, and the iPod was developed internally at the latest 2000. It was the height of music piracy, Napster was released in 1999 and everyone was using it, and there were no consequences. Here comes the iPod, 1000 songs in your pocket. Now, even if each song was purchased legally, for 99c, that's 1,000 dollars, on top of an expensive MP3 player. By...
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