Originally Posted by addabox
Apple will make the products that deliver the best user experience as they see it. They've never been about chasing after market share via product proliferation. If Apple thinks there's a good user...
With such small measurements you can get a better feel for what it means in percentage terms. 9% thicker. Probably only noticeable if you're really looking for it.
No big deal for me. I agree with earlier posters that weight is more...
Originally Posted by saarek
Why would anyone with an iPhone 4 upgrade to a 4S?
Sure it's got Siri which is only really any use in the US, but apart from that one single feature what is there to upgrade for?
It's not as if...
Jobs was able to remind people that 7" screen is half the area of a 10" one. 49% using those numbers.
A 7.85" one is significantly bigger than a 7" - and to be more precise 10" was really 9.7"
Originally Posted by Applecation
I could never understand why people would think Apple would change their product release plans to an earlier schedule, especially considering the total lack of competition.
Rushing a product...
It's not always easy to understand the technicalities of individual patents. But this is triumph for common sense. Samsung has 'slavishly' copied the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch in design, concept, and packaging, and deserves to pay...
Originally Posted by jd_in_sb
I think the current high valuation for patents is a big part of the reason HP is scrapping WebOS so quickly. They now know WebOS products are money losers and probably hope to get some of that...
If this was a 'buy some IP approach', Apple should have bought Palm, which rumour has it, they considered.
Palm was almost dead, (read dead cheap by comparison). And the patent war wasn't yet in full swing. Because it had declined and...
Originally Posted by Suddenly Newton
Has it sunk in at HP that the Palm buyout was not such a good idea?
Though the recent inflation in the patent market may have made it a good deal even if web-os sinks.