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Yet oxide backplanes have made it into two impressive Apple products that we know of. The reason that iPad Air is so thin, and the reason that the 5K iMac has the same power and cooling layout as the previous iMac, and the reason that the 12.9" iPad will be so physically and visually impressive—Suddenly Newton's stupid pink unicorns.As far as I know, horse bacon is shunned by all civilized people.
^^^ And so is the 5K iMac. I figure that they're finally getting production up to speed. Cinema Displays should be next. But maybe, it just occurs to me, LG is the manufacturer.
^^^ Yes, but how retina? Like 4k retina? That's what I want to see. Can anyone work out the pixel density and a likely resolution?
Didn't you get the impression that this is the first of a three-part series on "Greater China"?
Interesting details, good idea for a story. I suppose that Apple's decision to develop retail in mainland China first is at least partly political. I had not thought of that before. I wonder if any stores are planned for Taiwan.
Possibly it will be 4K IGZO.
No, you do it on a night with a waning moon, and you run widdershins around a yew tree five times, with a broomstick between your naked legs. What you rub on the broomstick is not to be spoken of.
True, but you know what he means. The remote (e.g., the mouse or the finger) determines the interface.
Exactly. You beat me to it.
I wouldn't break the rules and nitpick on AI's spelling, but I feel we must put the brakes on a recent trend in misspelling the slowing and stopping devices on vehicles. The word is brake!"Brake horsepower" is that power that actually makes it to the wheels via the transmission, differential etc., which cost power through friction. It's measured by a brake dynamometer, thus the term.I've noticed other posters misspelling the word in the context of "regenerative braking"...
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