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For example, these comments used to be unreadable. http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/154727/ifixit-dings-new-21-5-inch-imac-for-low-repairability-as-shipping-times-increase Much improved now.
It's probably the comments below the news articles that give me so much trouble. In the past, the news article would be formatted very well for the iPhone. But then you get the comments -- and all of a sudden they text is too wide to effectively fit on the iPhone. If you shrink it down to fit then it it's too small to read. I ended up having to scroll back and forth which basically meant I never went to the comments. Ever.
Thx. Nice job. Did this also fix the poor layout on the news pages (when you drop down into the comments section) ?
At long last the mobile version is accessible on my iPhone. I have no idea why other people saw it first. But I'm glad it's here at last for me
Market assumptions may not understand the current political will. There is also the possibility that capital gains rates are restructured to favor more long-term investments, while hiking the short-term rates. Define short-term as anything under three years, then step the rate down to even lower levels for investment held for longer periods of time. That would actually increase the stock value of a company like Apple who plays the long game.
Foxconn just released a statement that this particular facility has no connection to work done for Apple. It apparently does do assembly for some other PeeeCeee vendor.
  The app is called   "April Fools"  But it's commonly known by it's street name:  "Boom Boom"
"digitalclips 2012/09/25 05:54am hill60 wrote: I wonder how much Google will charge for it.... ...It will be free. The business model Google has is simply give crap away free and sit back and collect ad sales money on volume usage." No. Google started charging vendors who use their maps API starting at least a year ago. Google was charging the largest users the most. Care to guess where Apple ranked in that list of who gets charged the most by Google....
At last. Someone with a real perspective on the issues and what it will take. I disagree with some of the courses of action the author feels Apple might take (consultants, the acquired companies and such), but at least he's identifying the issues that caused the problems. (Source link at the bottom of the post) "...I had a call from Marc Prioleau of Prioleau Advisors this morning and speaking with him prompted me to look into the uproar over Apple’s problems with its...
The London thief was not very knowledgeable about digital devices. Otherwise, he would've stolen 256 of them
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