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Shipping (to the end user or retail) is only part of the story. Apple uses logistics across suppliers and manufacturing partners to keep their supply chain humming. The parts of an iPhone or MacBook Pro aren't all manufactured on site in Foxconn's factory. Apple moves a lot of physical materials around the planet. Something the BOM-thumpers like iFixit conveniently ignore when deconstructing Apple's supposed costs.
The Mile High Class.
 Actually, it's Sí se puede.
That is true. I don't think Apple enforces UI guidelines. It's why Microsoft apps look like Metro UI and Goog apps look like Lollipop. And some third party iOS apps look absolutely horrid, like they written by Visual Basic developers from an IT department.
And the people of North Korea believe they are free because they are not in a North Korean prison cell.http://m.imore.com/until-drm-dies-itunes-no-worse-lock-in-amazin-google-anyone-else
Christian Bailed.
Particles? That's sooo 1900. The future belongs to superstrings. They can wrap and stretch across tiny extra dimensions that are perpendicular to space time.
Admitting it is the step to getting help.
I had a Mercury Mountaineer (one of the last) with the Sync powered by Microsoft for a month. I'd say about a third of the time when I plugged in my iPhone it would fail to recognize it. Never encountered that from other factory stereos. Just Sync. "All you had to do was one thing..."
maybe Microsoft can add a removable keyboard, the metro UI skin, a touchpad, and throw in one year of Microsoft Office 365 for free, plus 10GB of SkyDrive. All running on top of the same, clunky Windows Embedded OS. It's how they typically roll.
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