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A9 shortage–>all available units must go to the iPhone–>iPad 9.7” update held off until late November when demand decreases   The problem is really just the shortage, which is still Apple’s fault.   I’m always upset that Apple doesn’t 1:1 its most modern hardware. Things that come out at the same time should have the same things in them.
 Better than native, worse than real. Just like the upconverter DVD players for 480 to 1080 and just like we’ll have to deal with for the next few years until 2160 is more widespread. What more to be said.
Why, so you can watch a 1.6”x0.9” video? 
I love (hate) the subtle psychological effects here, too, where they highlight in green (good) their entire spec list while NOT highlighting any of their competitors that match the respective specs. Highlighting, in virtually every other published comparison, is done across the board whenever specs are 1. the best and 2. match. Not doing this for matching specs gives the immediate appearance of being better universally.
I’m surprised that it didn’t include Crackle.
Did we ever get a definitive answer on whether the 4th gen supports local libraries in the same way as the previous versions? Oh, and could we maybe see the local libraries in the same way as EVERY SINGLE OTHER APP ON THE DEVICE?! Namely as a grid of artwork rather than a list of text? How hard, Apple.
And you don’t mind having to install their certificate to get the blocking?
That’s fine, but why?
 Good for you. Learn to read and comprehend the English language. I’m a wreck, personally. I’ve lost so much of what I used to be able to do. And if I can still comprehend how things go together, YOU CAN. You’re better than me. You have functioning memory. You can remember things, associate them, and come to a conclusion about them. And yet you DON’T. EVER. Wonder why I get annoyed at your garbage.
 The person chose to undertake the actions. The actions were undertaken due to a number of the other actions or beliefs that make up the person. The person can change, but until he does, the person is to blame. Who are we but our beliefs and the actions undertaken in accordance therewith? This feels like the same thing as the Flappy Bird guy pulling his product, except there’s zero chance that some competitor or other field-associated group would have approached him to do...
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