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 I was referencing that UK newspaper which Murdoch used to own. The one that hacked celebrity voice mails for profit.
 I remember those, and it reflects a general anti-Apple worldview that always casts Apple in the wrong, or on the wrong side of any issue (like patents, innovation, competition). It's easy to spot that worldview here in these forums, as well as on other tech forums, where it's particularly virulent (DailyTech for example, or Slashdot). For these people, there's no "rational" justification for liking Apple ("Apple's just like everyone else's hardware, only in sexier design...
 LOL really? Rupert Murdoch's got nothing else to talk about? Or does the UK hate Apple so much because they're full of Microsoft fanboys?
 She seems to be thanking iCloud for the pizza and self-serve chocolate ice cream.
 Good practice run. You're now prepared for the real Fandroids. Battle stations: Sept 9 is around the corner.
 Stop blaming the victims when their privacy is breached. Apple, how could you?Now I'll only trust my secrets to Google. /s
Non-tech sites and social media are talking about how celebrity photos were "leaked" and focusing on the damage to the celebrities. Tech sites are yammering about an iCloud "hack" and excited about how it makes Apple look bad.
  Probably for some Samsung-fanboy stunt like this Verge shithead pulled at D11:It's one thing to ask Tim Cook to give us his point of view, but when you keep imposing your point of view (by asking rhetorically)--even to the point of interrupting while Tim is answering, it stops being journalism.
 It can run Microsoft Office. /s
Same old FUD:Walled garden Obsession with thinness Battery life (see also "obsession with non-removable batteries") Antennagate 2: antenna bands(TM) No 1080p Protruding lens ring iCloud hack But but but Edward Snowden Proprietary Lightning connector instead of non-reversible USB Micro-B No stereo speakers like HTC
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