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I would respectfully lay out a simple question with a short preamble to sollipsm and Dick Applebaum if I may: Like him or distrust him, Barrack Obama has proven to be a man of conciliation; one has only to look to his legislative record in the last 18 months or so. He got things done on pure negotiating skills, first with conjuncture and last but not least, with a volatile Congress. His record speaks for itself. On the basis of Rush Limbaugh's attitude and inflammatory...
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The competition smells blood, blood of the artificial variety.The bloodhounds are stalking blogosphere and mainstream media alike to suck the living out of unfair creative practices. Users love the iPhone 4 and that is the nature of the fundamental design flaw. Admit it and a clarity of underlying purpose and corporate sponsoring of the mayhem will appear. Be it blogosphere or mainstream media co-sponsored I might add. The competition claims equal opportunity at 'love...
Apple is creating Life out of technology. The iPhone 4, as the iPad, is engineered and designed as a projection of day-to-day Humanity. It breathes and pulsates in waves. It costs an arm and a leg because it is an arm and a leg. It has been built from the inside out as we have been, dna strand by dna strand until our senses start making sense of the whole. Organic we evolved, organic the iPhone better be. For better or worse. My arms cannot bend backward, neither can my...
Apple is fundamentally in the tech trade-off business. They overexpose wave reception limits for the end user's better management of the consequences; while boosting sensitivity to deal with cellular issues from the start, they make them more 'self-managed' by the user, and in the end, justly imputable to the pertinent cause.It is essentially what Apple does best: a user centric engineering awareness integrated into the design process, at the transient and negligible cost...
A delicately tempered appreciation, and no slight for the 'caveat emptor'. Well done. The author writes about Jobs and Apple as I would about Einstein, Mozart and yes, Jobs. If you truly understand and feel the momentous thread of History being woven by Jobs you cannot resist being swept by it. Dilger heartily shares in it. The style may have shortfalls, the prose could be sharper, the breath of poetic justice underwritten, Dilger, writing on all creative cylinders, tells...
[QUOTE=Ireland;1662538 Smart? By being designed in such a way that you have to think about how you're holding it when you pick it up? You're a ridiculous person. If you're going to use a forum to insult someone's intelligence, make sure you choose a better username than: Berp.[/QUOTE] You can call me names... as long as they are mine. As for a better username for this ridiculous person, would 'ire' land me a kiss on the cheek or a kick in the butt?
The iPhone 4 doesn't meet your standard for a smart phone, obviously. Perhaps it has become too smart and that makes it less of a phone for your need. You seem to be a person of high expectations for others, and little censorship over your own limitations. Based on your obnoxious soliloquy, I suspect your common sense antenna is deeply buried within your sour ego. Do an 'iPhone 4' on it, let it out for 'hands on', fruitful, if not apple, smart talk. The iPhone is...
In 2007 Apple came up with a Smartphone with a multi touch interface. They figured time had come for a sweeping change, but it required a learning process for the Users. Apple was prescient and Users bought enthusiastically into it. No amount of propaganda and spin by the competition and their pundits and pseudo journalists apparatus could quell the onslaught. In 2010 the iPhone tackles the cellular receptivity issue in the same vain. Apple 'patents' a way to make the...
''Nothing about the new Retina Display was leaked apart from the fact that the new phone appeared to have a much higher resolution display, something everyone expected anyway. Leaks only assumed the presence of an A4 brain and faster 802.11n WiFi. Additionally, nobody guessed that the aluminum shell would double as an antenna system for WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G. The leak also didn't anticipate any details of Apple's standards-based FaceTime video calling.'' As a Global...
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