Originally Posted by jfanning
Originally Posted by muppetry
Ah - interesting. How did you know to go looking in that thread? Anyway - his objection there was also incorrect, although not for the specific reasons given. It's a pretty common tactic, in the absence of a reasonable argument, simply to attempt to derail the issue under discussion.
Interesting you say that considering that is exactly what you are doing
No - as I'm quite sure you are aware - I was pointing out that TS was correct, and criticizing you for doing that, which is not the same at all.
And, just for the record as you bring it up again, in this context "worldwide" clearly refers to extent, so that if Apple rolls out a feature worldwide, that means it rolls it out in all its business locations on this world. That does not imply every continent or every country, and does not imply any indication of how many locations, worldwide, that it operates. If they were to roll something out "nationwide" in the US, would you take that to mean in every state? Every county? Every city? Or would you, correctly, assume that they meant at all their locations within the geographical extent of the US?