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I assume the lot of you read these codenames from Intel's marketing roadmap, decide that's the only thing worth buying, then demand this pink unicorn from each and every new Apple product. It's called the Anandtech Effect.
Just wait until Broadwell! The iMac battery will last for 10 hoursĀ” So disappointed this still has Thunderbolt 2. That was so last year. Thunderbolt is getting staleĀ”
Those who can, do. Those who can't, tear things down.
Meh. It doesn't really change anything.
The iPad Mini beats the iPad Air in one spec: pixel density. That should satisfy the people who treat the pixel density race as a kind of simplistic numbers game to be won or lost on paper, rather than what it does for the end user experience.
Either that, or it's personal.
I'm surprised the iPad still has an on/off button and volume rockers. Simplicity in design demands it. Their days are numbered.
What makes you think pink unicorns isn't a compliment?
LOL. Manufacturing buzzwords are for engineers. I'm only interested in the finished product, and what I can do with it.
Interesting how NeXT used to tout their "megapixel display" (21" curved monochrome CRT) back in the day, and here is the direct descendant of that system with 14.7 megapixels and flat as a board. For less money.
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