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Yeah.... I heard Leo say that.It's such a simple addition too... you'd think Apple would allow widgets on the homescreen if nothing else but to shut up the detractors.There must be some reason why Apple is so against it.I mean... Google has always allowed widgets on the homescreen... while Apple has never allowed widgets on the homescreen.It just seems so weird that two companies can have such a disparity over this one feature.Apple keeps all your icons out in the open......
The Android guy probably has one of these beauties:If that's winning... I'd hate to see losing...
Yep.Smartphones get bigger batteries which make you think they will get longer battery life.But then they slap a pointless 2560x1440 screen on them... negating all that extra battery capacity.
Do you honestly think Apple hasn't thought of that already?
Product launches present a difficult problem: lots of demand in a short time.To combat this... Apple would pretty much have to open a 2nd factory just for the launch quarter.Yes... it would ensure enough supply for the initial launch... but then they'd be stuck with an extra factory for the rest of the year when demand is lower.You're right... Apple and Tim Cook are masters of supply chain. So it they found a solution... they'd probably be doing it.
There was a report a few years ago which calculated that HP had to sell SEVEN computers to make the same amount of profit as ONE Macintosh.So the conclusion must be that Apple is overcharging yet people still line up and pay...
Those stores were looking to eliminate the usual 2% or 3% credit card transaction fees. That's why they thought it was a good idea.Basically... CurrentC was created to benefit merchants.... not the consumer.
Lots of people here saying the older iPads are too good and that sales are lagging because people don't upgrade often enough. So who bought 21 million iPads last quarter? Are those all new iPad users? That's still pretty good, right?
The laundry detergent bottle gets lighter every time you use it.Like you said... you've got a window of many months before it's used up. You can surely make a mental note that you need to order more the next time you're on your phone or computer.It would actually make sense if it automatically ordered it. That would truly be friction-free. Instead... you actually have to verify each button-press with a smartphone app.But that same smartphone app can already be used to...
Yes... get a button.And for everything else you buy that doesn't have the magical button... god help you and your archaic shopping lists.Hmmm... I thought the idea of a button to order ONE product was the silly thing...
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