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 Well, in her case, she's got a MBP that she is kind-of welded to, so this OTA issue is only a very unimportant issue :D
No. Just no. There needs to be really good reasons to take someone's freedoms away. This guy is obviously no danger to society. Apple itself is probably more dangerous to society through the high amount of pollution** a four-year-cycle of tech devices causes, and that's no grounds for putting the Apple board in jail, now, is it? Chill out.This guy got his five minutes of "fame", he probably had a talk with Apple, he's a happy monkey. Let him be and enjoy your own...
I agree with this. When big corporations make mistakes (let's say, Monsanto, for example, or Union Carbide), what happens is they sue you for suffering the mistakes. Remember when Monsanto had some of their GMO pollute fields of farmers? They had the farmers' crops destroyed because it was now "their IP". Why would it be that when this mistake is in your interest, you shouldn't be able to profit from it? Besides, anyway, the seller stated he was "as eager to talk to...
It *IS* fine. My younger sister  needs a smartphone to check email and call people and send SMS. She doesn't play games, she won't use apps, she listens to music on her MBP and watches movies on the AppleTV.8GB is more than enough for her use.
Very good point too! My gf was also very annoyed at me for deleting her games so she may install iOS8, which she is very unhappy with... Now, GameCenter means she has her progress saved fine, but try explaining that ^^(Her iTunes is unavailable because she's out-of-town for six months, and she did not take the 27i iMac in her bag, obviously ^^' which makes a nice point: iPad OS updates that require a quarter of your device  to be free imply your iPad cannot be your primary...
I think he has a very good point. My girlfriend is livid about iOS8 (I made her install it , so I can tell you for sure I hear of it daily...) and my boss, boss's wife, and colleagues are all waiting for "a known release with no problems".The BendGate was ridiculous, but the real "gate" scandal was the iOs8-gate. Now, I fully expect this to resolve itself very fast, as soon as Apple pushes out a fast release of iOS with no issue, but for now, "normal people" are waiting...
If it is not broken, don't fix it?
Yeah, of course you're right, but "in general, AppleInsider readers take the side of either party who is lower on their Apple-hates-em list", the first of which would include Assange unless he criticises Apple.
Hah, suddenly Ai readers defending Assange because he's against Google on that one. Lovely.
Agreed for cheddar, would avoid some "interesting" Dutch imitations (even though, I recently bought Camembert made in the NL. I was wondering what was so wrong until I figured out it only had the name). BBC makes Apples round ;)  I am, indeed, conflating both these agreed-rules-of-trade-and commerce. It is exactly where we have different opinions, and to my opinions they are all the more valid debates that even Benjamin F. (Franklin, not Frost) himself was first in favor...
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