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vision33r said:Apple has a very small marketshare compared to Intel's windows and servers business. Intel will do just fine, what Apple needs is more efficient processors and not the same design philosophy with Intel which keeps pushing out CPUs that are meant for higher workloads. Intel's CPU designs doesn't match with Apple's devices.
beowulfschmidt said:I'm confused by this statement. If the activities were permissible, why does it matter whether they were done knowingly or not?
"… not meant to be used for serious work." I suppose, to the extent that no car smaller than an 8-passenger SUV is meant to be used for serious commutes, this might seem true. But at this point you just have to sit back and laugh; I know people who do "serious work" on their phones. Are all these reviews written by old men with severe presbyopia? Or just spoiled children who have no idea what "serious work" can entail for people who live lives different from their own? Perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that these guys still just don't understand the difference between a tool and a toy.
WarrenBuffduckh said:Whose name is Robin Hood - protecting the world against oligopolist, supercapitalist corporate autocracies that aberatively became more powerful than statesMore like Godzilla vs The Smog Monster. And The Smog Monster is not your friend.