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I like the way you think.
rofl #1 "A keyboard... How quaint."
Have you watched the SIRI demo? It DOES look awesome and it is definitely NOT the same thing as Android's VR. What can't you see or what do you see that isn't "awesome"? Apple is not about false advertising. In fact they generally pretty reserved with their promises.
"You're generation" must be very short sighted.
Yes and of the millions and millions of iPhone users they are all just like you and only like you.
Not really making me think anything except what a stupid analogy. So based on your previous post, you're saying the iPhone is overpowered and the body was more important thing to change? NOT changing the body is the best move Apple could make. Production lines are expensive and time consuming to build out. With the lines built and all of the kinks worked out they were able to focus on the guts and the software more and NOT waste their heavy investment int he production...
I'm surprised at the reactions too. Why don't people realize that generally most Americans are locked into two year contracts. Why would Apple try and sell you a new phone every year if that is the case? DUH New Camera, chip, etc etc.... everything but the body is new and SIRI looks amazing. Anyone who says "my droid had it first" is not understanding the depth of voice commands in SIRI. It's bordering on AI, not simple voice recognition. Relax people. Don't cry all...
Surprised if you haven't tried "click to flash" yet. On topic...buh bye flash! It was great in the beginning, but the relationship was over long ago.
Military investigators had to rely on one of the victims family members "find my iPhone" feature to track down a plane lost at sea because... said plane didn't have a black-box? Ok! Ya know it sounds more like one of the investigators handed the distraught family member a BS story just to give them some hope.
Just wanted to point out that I am pretty sure Apple already uses third party servers for idisk. IF they are still relying on third parties for support I'm not sure how iDisk is evidence of a fail or success. Personally I think the rumor is BS. More likely they are using sun and Hp servers and probably running linux.
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