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No kidding. I can also envision him stomping his feet and screaming, "I want to be chairman! I want to be CEO!"
      they don't want this to cause the stock price to drop any lower.       I'm not sure I agree.  Stating that they have more cash than needed is really only stating the obvious.  And 'evaluating options'--even noting that the article said they were holding active discussions--is about as weak on information as any statement could ever be.
  Yeah.  Apple just fed the troll.  I would have loved a two-word response from SJ, though.
Phase 1 - collect underpants
  I agree that it's unlikely, and I'm not liking the idea of embiggened iPhones.  However, your scenario is quite plausible.  I only looked at Galaxy Note 2, and it has 267 PPI.  264 PPI is right in line with the competition, Samsung, anyway.
  I thought you were joking with this statement, at first.  But seeing how you have stuck to this, I'm curious.   1. Do you understanding the meaning of the word "useless" or are you trying to be hyperbolic?   2. Have you actually used one?   3. What do you do on the iPad that you can't do at all on the iPad Mini?   4. Do you expect all Apple products to fit your exact needs?   5. Are you DaHarder?  Teckstud?
  Well, the app may be beta, but the underlying data certainly is not.  I have had plenty of errors with Google maps, too (original iPhone Maps app, iOS Safari, MacOS Safari, IE, etc).  And Google has always hidden behind the "beta" label, anyway.  Don't forget they're an ad company.  All they really have to do is get their "beta" on gadgets.  Users allow Google to collect information because the they think those data will go to improving the product.  Meanwhile Google...
  You're missing the point.  It's not simply about having a high pixel density.  It's about maintaining the pixel ratio so the apps scale easily (i.e. x2 rather than x1.847962185485468521567 or whatever).
  Or the writer could have meant that it will be coming in the next generation rather than the third or fourth.     It's not, though.  It's really more like an iPad "Air."  And it doesn't seem to be hurting sales at all.  The 16GB and 32GB models still seem to stay sold out everywhere I have looked.  The next generation is always going to be better than the current one.  If you always wait to buy on that logic, you will never have one.     I agree.  It seems to me that...
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