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Although I haven't used it in production code myself the user forums for Devs would indicate that Swift is not really making dev lives easier, at least not yet.
In reality most apps running on the Mac are written in Objective C, Open GL or what not. Everything using Apple's API would just be a recompile and lots of C code will also just be a compile. If they want Windows apps to run on this it would be an Emulator. 
There is no need for swift. There is no need for rossetta. There is no need for paying people to recompile. Devs recompile tens of times a day. Apples compilers will take existing ios code and run it on os x. That's how the simulator works. You can write significant chunks of common code into a fat static library and use those libraries on iOS and OSX already. Mach binaries can be fat binaries ( or for apps on the Mac store can strip out as needed.) See lipo
Always amused that there is a strong correlation between argument du sneer and not knowing your arse from your elbow
Let's all agree that. 1) the people on here who rubbished big screens -- many making the argument that Apple is always right -- were wrong. 2) the excuses for the 5C were incorrect. Cook said that the 6, not the 6+ was top seller this year. it looks like there wasn't a plan to sell fewer 5Cs last year. They miscalculated. Maybe on price.
Now that you've linked to people who agree with you there's no real comeback is there. I suppose we could link to people who disagree with you though. Let me think on that.
That argument would prohibit any discussion of Apple.It's does seem low. He's estimating the installed base of iPhones at 500m
It indicates a positive attitude to the results and will be where the stock starts tomorrow.
Yes that was incredibly clever. It basically made me get a 64 GB rather than a 32GB were that available.Annoying. But clever.
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