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negociarlaw said:Apple, I Disagree with this decision.
Firing is extreme.
It is not correct.
Fire him. He broke the NDA and showed extreme contempt for Apple's policy.
It completely correct and legal.
longpath said:Apple has always scrupulously avoided cannibalizing its own sales by carefully minimizing the overlap of their products.
I absolutely see Apple having a super-cutting-edge Tier 0 product. I also see an even higher-than-premium price tag to justify it. The tagline could be You've never paid so much for a phone before.
Jony Ive was great for Apple, but I want to know who, specifically, approved the 2013 Mac Pro, who was behind removing all the useful ports on the pro portable machines relying on dongles for everything, and who was responsible for the laptop keyboard disaster from 2016 to 2018?Was Jony also the main pusher behind form over function such as laptops that are thin they can’t have the ports everyone uses? What about iPhones that bend far too easily (I’m talking about iPhone 6 Max of which mine was bent from the factory right out of the box).
Some recognition should be given to the A15/M1 Apple silicon team. That’s a real winner that will keep Apple competitive.
Apple will never release a beast as this.
Apple is patenting it to prevent other companies from doing it.
They realized their phones are/will be so powerful they could be computers and can be used as them.
Apple wants to sell you two devices. They don't want you spending a bit less and getting the most out of your one device.