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Two years ago Balmer was saying that Microsoft had a million servers, and he also said that Google had more, Amazon slightly less. By now, Apple probably has a few hundred thousand, I'm guessing. If you can locate better info than this, let's see it.Don't forget when comparing free storage that Apple has to guarantee functionality, more or less, to 800 million customers and their crazy photo habits.
Think of the scale for a minute. How many individual Apple users are there to back up? 800 million? How many have massive picture libraries, etc.?Can you imagine Apple entrusting that massive pile of goodwill capital to a third party, especially a competitor? A fabtastic scenario, that. As in insane.Think of some better unconditional entitlement. Better yet, go to Costco or Fry's and get some terabyte drives for the interim.
His "suggestion" that Apple should purchase data storage from Amazon or whomever—what do you say to that?
Actually, you might consider the possibility that Apple's dsta storage and network capacity is not yet ready to meet greater demand. Reno's not finished, Mesa isn't even started yet, and who knows where else they're going to be building others. And they can only get them approved and built so fast.They're behind Google Amazon and Microsoft because those companies have always been about on-line services, whereas Apple is relatively new to awareness of Services as a leg of...
Every one of your predictions is a projection of your own sleazy values onto a company with much higher objectives than you can imagine. Same goes for your generalizations about Apple's approach to its market, and about its customers in relation to this product. Your defective values lead you into insane absurdities, e.g., "a reason to buy two at once" for new users.By the way, second generation products are different from first generation because of progress in...
Yes, it seems puzzling on its face, doesn't it. From the point of view of conventional thinking, the building is obsolete before it's half-built.More utilitarian thinking might say, forget the scale and build up, or forget the wooded park and build outward. Put a pyramid next to that circle, or whatever. But a population of 13,000 is already a small town's worth of people that have to be supported by that little parkland, and moved in and out every morning and evening.The...
So your story is bizarrely forced to carry even more weight. You are saying nobody is not on a Fitbit craze at your company. ("Nobody" is the corollary of "everybody.") Nobody has a Watch or even talks about them. Everyone you know at this company has a Fitbit, while almost all of them have an iPhone. Everyone is excited today about notifications on their Fitbits and the fitness challenge.I think even you might understand why someone would gag on your story.
In order for you to be at all believable, given your posting history on the Watch, you should tell us what sort of company you work for, and something about the demographics.Otherwise, I have to toss your post in the Benjamin Frost file. Empty FUD.
Lol. They should give him a new one just so they can put this one in the Ive museum.
I guess this guy didn't get the message that the 5C was a ripoff and a failure. In my opinion, he would have been in worse shape with that thin aluminum shell on the 5/5S.
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