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Somebody got their hands on those fake schematics from the other day and decided to make a fake prototype.
I prefer the headphone jack on the bottom... just like the iPod Touch and my old iPod Nano.
I understand that companies like this ETrade Supply sells replacement parts for phones. Lots of companies sell parts like that. Assuming this part is legit... HOW do they get parts early for an UNRELEASED phone? Are they secretly getting them from Foxconn? Certainly Apple isn't sending replacement parts out into the repair channel this early... Where do these small companies get all their parts in the first place? .
Android phones have been experimenting with different screen sizes since their beginning. Since many manufacturers have many models... there are tons of different screen sizes.And now... tall 4 inch and larger 16:9 models make up the bulk of Android phones sold today.People don't seem to mind them.
True... but they did show a person wearing earbuds listening to music.After all... that's what an MP3 player does... it plays music.I don't think you really need to explain it any better. :-)Apple's commercials are different depending on the product:- iPod commercials showed people dancing to music (and it must have worked considering the domination the iPod had in the MP3 player market- the Mac vs PC commercials explained the differences between Windows PCs and Macs-...
The iPhone has always been 3:2Nothing more... nothing less...
They show the product in use. I don't know a better way to communicate than that.Sure the "sequences have been shortened" and all that jazz... but at least they show the product.Looking at some competitors' commercials... will my Android tablet really turn into a spaceship? Will I turn into a robot?
This isn't an advertisment at all. It's a slogan... a TEASER.They're not gonna cover the outside of Moscone Center with all of the upcoming keynote announcements... are they?
I'd love to know the breakdown of those top 3 phones on each carrier.For instance... didn't AT&T report that 78% of their smartphone sales were the iPhone?Sounds like there's a huge gap between 1st and 2nd place. I would imagine it's a similar story on Verizon and Sprint.But it is nice to see Nokia shaking things up in the US again. I remember when everybody had a Nokia phone back in the day. They make great phones.
Apple also knows how much money the Mac Pro makes them... and as long as it's not losing money... I don't see why they would kill the Mac Pro. They still have customers.If Apple does kill the Mac Pro... all those customers will run into the arms of HP or Dell.Yeah... that's right... there are other companies who still make workstation-class machines.HP makes the Z-series workstations... Dell makes the Precision and Optiplex workstations... and other companies like Boxx do...
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