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 That's actually one of the reasons the newer houses, such as the Pixelmator guys, might end up with decent contenders. Of course, there is a tremendous amount of tools to be created and code to be written, but ageing code turns to code rot, and maintaining that costs even more than rewriting a separate version. I wish there was a decent competitor to Adobe, because CC is the worst thing ever...
I suppose you're right about this, but it still feels a bit unclean to me. Kind of "double standards".Anyway, right now, I just want a new iMac 27i, and I hope they push one out soon ^^
Whatever. Tell you what, I'll keep using iPads. Keep asking yourself what to get.
Armed and security forces actually ask you a few questions of the "are you insane?" type. I still wonder if anyone answers yes...
Personally, the only thing in the tech world that strike me as worse than this lame advertising is DED's ridiculous argument that FOSS is somehow unsafe, using the same techniques such as comparing non-updated devices to updated ones, or a device working in ideal conditions to a device out of the functional zone (white tshirt guy)
So looking forward to a prosumer Appladobe CS Suite. Not.
Why is it illegal to resell or own stolen hardware, but not stolen information? Those leaks always feel damaging to Apple...
Only worth if my opinion is exactly that. I think if Apple releases an iWatch, it will be positioned as a luxury item. I think that the gen0 features will be basic, but so slick it will be revolutionary. Gen1 will bring three "missing" features and make it faster and gen3 will add previously-unknown-to-be-unmissable features and a form factor change. To me, MCK's predictions seem gen3 if not gen5, like predicting a 64bit processor in iPhone. True now, but not on gen0.
Nitpicking much? You have to admit that Windows 7 is a good release, and it's an odd number. Works for my theory.Besides, it's irrelevant, Linux will soon take over the world ;)
Interesting fact. The timing of XP's end of life might play a role in these "forced updates", but then again, how many big businesses run in-house flavours of Windows anyway? I sure have seen several. As for the iPad, that's my point exactly ^^
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