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The iPad is for people who lead a loose, relaxed, and multifacted life. Bohemian types, people who need to look up stuff at any time to expand their horizons. People who never get bored.It's not for uptight people who lead compartmentalized lives, who like to sit up straight at their desks like they have a stick up their backs. People who are boring enough to get bored.
1. Imagine the variables in ink vs. clear space according to the design.2. Don't try to make this into one of your issues.
What a helpful and intelligent observation.
I have it on good authority that IHS's website is designed by 17-year-old interns that cost them nothing. Here's where they talk about their mission to find out how much stuff costs:https://technology.ihs.com/SolutionsThey are the owners of iSupply, by the way. I guess they're going for an image upgrade.p
Hilarious comparisons. The thing to remember is that Apple is on the right side of history, by intention, consciously.
Like Tim said, human rights ain't political. If Drudge takes offense, it's like you're doing something right.
That's some ugly image you posted there. I hope you don't look at it every day. That guy is a crime against nature.
Mazda 3s, Thanks, I was going to mention Gruber. Didn't know he has a post on it already. Okay, all you supply-manipulation theorists who were going on and on about how Tim hates inventory, we want to serve you your pie now.
Your usual invidious interprtation of Apple's motives. They don't need to nickel and dime the watch face design market. They do need to keep control of aestheitcs in the early days.They are always bragging about how much money they are paying out to developers. That doesn't exactly fit with your narrative.
Maybe the size and knurling of the knob are reduced because there is no mechanical work being done.
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