Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
You have both moved the goalposts from the original argument and
are combining unrelated statements to attempt to make a point.
Don't do that.
No, it's right now, in fact. The iBook was a long time ago. I'm actually quite surprised you think it was a long time ago but AREN'T pointing out that "it's hardware", as part of your refutation.
That's probably why I said absolutely nothing whatsoever about Newsstand…
Ah, I'd forgotten about iCal—which further makes my point—thank you. Though it is
"Calendar" now. And Address Book was never given an "i" name, so why you'd bring it up is beyond me.
That's probably why I said absolutely nothing whatsoever about AirPlay…
Interestingly enough, I'd also forgotten about iCloud—which further makes my point—thank you.
iBooks, iMessage, iAds
, which I've also just remembered.
And since that was never claimed, good job refuting something that wasn't up for refutation. If they never stopped doing something, the continuation of doing it obviously isn't an example of "renewal" thereof.
And now we're back to your original statement, which is just as wrong as it was the first time, only now you're claiming you're right by having made up some more arguments. Nice waste of time.This would be an infraction said to anyone else.
Please take note of this in the future. If your argument hadn't already been lost due to lack of fact, it would have been de facto lost because of this behavior.
It's exactly as ridiculous as your assertion, which is based in exactly as many facts as mine. Don't do this in the future.