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Not sure if its still on my ATV, but when I tried it a few days ago... the picture was better than the cable HD channel version!
The amount stuff going on in that little chip set is freak'n amazing!
That may be true, may not be true. IMO if the MacBook was the least expensive computer product in Apples product line up, a huge argument of iPad w/keypad could be made... Maybe it will be in the future? Time will tell. Till then, it's a bit of a head scratcher for some/many.
Cool! What other future Apple plans can you share? BTW- you do know the MBA was updated from one port to two?Exactly. All those 'trashing' your response don't get. Even to the point of, sorry no more room for an extra port.... Oh please! ( as in no shit Sherlock, not now it doesn't ). Whatever.
I think you are assuming facts that are not in evidence. There is no sales data that this device is a great seller to the 'masses'.... Yet. however, many many people have commented on this forum and others that only one port seems very limited, and for those many people this is a deal breaker. Most commenters response was, add a port and I'm in! In other words, one port limited the potential sales. Now maybe you 'know' Apples target audience and their use case, future...
Very classy ads! Seem well focused to what I presume is Apples main target audiences. I'm sure there are many more niche audiences they could target in the future, eg... Doctors, nurses, Chefs, ... Users with hectic lives/ occupations.
Up you nose with a rubber hose Mr D/A.... that said---To offer a contrarian view--- I agree with him. IMO (so be kind, its just an opinion) --- Super duper crypo-security is not needed on an consumer phone, for phone messages, email etc . Why for? Just because we wanna? For what reason?-- the off chance someone sniffs your phone and sees your sniffing your neighbor? What is the rate/1000 phones of these cyber type crimes? I only hear of antidotal case... my friends...
Up you nose with a rubber hose Mr D/A.... that said---To offer a contrarian view--- I agree with him. IMO (so be kind, its just an opinion) --- Super duper crypo-security is not needed on an consumer phone, for phone messages, email etc . Why for? Just because we wanna? For what reason?-- the off chance someone sniffs your phone and sees your sniffing your neighbor? What is the rate/1000 phones of these cyber type crimes? I only hear of antidotal case... my friends...
This makes me curious what the 'testing process' would be for OS releases at Apple, Microsoft etc?   In my industry (aerospace), we first verify the change is accomplished per the spec (ie what is being fixed or added), then run series of automated tests(in the lab) to validate the module, then automated integration tests with other modules before releasing for a field test (if we think its required), then release to production. For us, the most costly part of software...
" kernel panics " --  does it run away, break out into cold sweats, get ulcers... oh... you mean it just crashes... got it. 
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