Originally posted by Trendannoyer
while i should follow alliance's advice, just as you should... i feel i must reply
1 please look up the meaning of loyalty.
1. The state or quality of being loyal. See Synonyms at fidelity.
2. A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection. Often used in the plural: My loyalties lie with m
What's your point?
2 i pointed out that Apple may not be perfect, mmm perhaps you should enlighten me to YOUR version of the term fan boy?
Perhaps in some other thread, but from none of your comments in this thread imply that Apple is not perfect. To be fair, none of them imply that Apple is perfect either.
Fanboy means a person who tows the Apple line and don't come up with any comments that criticize Apple, contructively or otherwise. I happen to be an individualist who thinks indepedently. My support of Apple is a choice based on consideration of facts, and what's in my best interest, and what I believe to be in the best interest of the IT industry at large.
3 i thought making contradictory comments (as you have done) was what amounted to argument, but again i think you might do well to look that up.
See my response to point 2 above.
4. apple are due to update the ipod range some time from September on... hardly years away so perhaps you should think clearly?
September or December, depending on who you talk to. Nobody knows anything for sure, unless you have inside information?
however if by thinking outside the box you mean i shouldn't take into account that apple have remaining stock to shift and are busy with a transition to new chips/UBs but should give you and only you whatever you want as soon as you want it, and ignore their shareholders and potential profits
Are you sure that by transitioning to new suppliers in the middle of the game that they're doing what's best for shareholders? Just a thought.
then yes i agree they should think outside the box and just bleed money like , say... creative are doing.
What's your point? Creative is suing Apple for patent infringement in a desperate attempt to save their floundering business.