So Apple broke Australian law. Who cares? There wasn't any malicious intent.
Just give Apple a slap on the wrist, remove any advertising that mentions 4G and offer refunds to customers (I bet no-one takes up this...
Originally Posted by VinitaBoy
Sorry for the harshness of this post, but I think Apple and Tim Cook should sue the living crap out of this blowhard moron to make sure such lies and distortions are never "free" for...
Originally Posted by Technarchy
So keeping that standard, what does apple need to do to keep the same aspect ratio, and PPI with a bigger screen and the same aspect ratio?
iOS apps aren't designed with resolution independence...
It's completely ridiculous to think that this could be for the next iPhone.
A 4.6" screen with the iPhone's aspect ratio would be difficult to even hold.
Apple would need to change the aspect ratio which would change the UI...
The desire for excellence
If Apple wants iPad to be your new console they have a lot more to do than simply start selling a game controller.
First up would be releasing some games that aren't crap.
The iPad has obviously made...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Comparison finds iTunes 1080p video nears Blu-ray disc quality
How the hell can you say that the iTunes 1080p video "nears" Blu-ray after looking at that?
You could say that it...
Originally Posted by johndoe98
Sandboxing according to file types strikes me as a good compromise, where you need to give permission for each app to be allowed to work on that file type.
That is a brilliant compromise.
Reading about this level of control to protect against "rogue apps from accessing, erasing or modifying your data" makes me want to poke my eyes out with a rusty nail.
This is iOS, not Android. Apps are vetted before...