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In East Asia, under centuries long Chinese cultural influence, the unlucky number is 4, not 13. In Korea and Japan, elevators usually don't skip the fourth floor, but often instead indicate it with the Roman letter 'F' (for English 'four') instead of the number '4' (whose pronunciation ominously happens to sound like the word for 'death' in Chinese, Korean and Japanese). Coincidentally, perhaps intentionally, the international terminal at Chicago's O'Hare Airport (which hosts a lot superstitious passengers to and from East Asia) is called Terminal 5, skipping 4 -- the four terminals at O'Hare are numbered 1, 2, 3, 5. Despite the unlucky designation, though, it seems iPhone 4 sold very well world-wide, as iPhone 13 surely will, too.
jesusfreak said:Could we just get a new M based 27" iMac with upgradable RAM? Come on Apple?! I'm a stock holder, and love the profits, but forcing customers to buy outdated equipment and to no degree of upgradability is really not cool.