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netrox said:But there is a display offering for that for $39K.... and yet we have a bunch of people whining about the $5K Apple display that exceeds the specs of $39K display?!?! Amateurs.
kurtvdpoel said:It is physically impossible to insert a plug in a socket and touch the life metal parts, not even with a penny. Plug and socket are constructed that way. Both have to follow strict standards. If both are constructed as imposed by those standards, nothing could happen to the girl.That’s not to say Alexa should have such a challenge. That’s not acceptable behaviour for a smart speaker. But the little girl was never in danger. Not even when she had done what Alex instructed her to do.
wood1208 said:Everyone talks this and that about new 2018 MBP but if there is not enough complains, push back for Apple not offering Function Keys MBP than Apple will assume no one cares and Apple will kill it. One that happens than it's too late to make your voice heard. .
harmonix23 said:Unfortunately, I just rebought logic 3 days ago. But this deal makes sense. Often the programs taught in schools are the ones people become most comfortable using. Carrying on to their professional careers and selling more macs
sflocal said:MtotheH said:This was the announcement I was hoping for, but the price point is not. I had hoped $899 or $999 for the 128Gb. I can't just drop a grand+ when my 2013 model is humming just fine for my needs. Bummer.
FYI to everyone, don't buy a Thunderbolt cable that doesn't have a lighting bolt followed by 3 or 4 or in the future a 5. If they don't then you know they haven't be certified and are fake crap. Thunderbolt is an open standard from Intel and it's free i.e. no licensing. There's no reason for a Thunderbolt cable not to be certified unless the company is trying to sell inferior cables.
Mike Wuerthele said:aderutter said:Ridiculous heading and silly article.
If you need a 3 metre TB4 cable what you gonna buy? Is there an alternative when you need 3 metres?
My Apple TB4 Pro 3 metre cable is really, really nice and does everthing I want with a price I’m happy with. It’s far nicer than my 2m Caldigit TB4 cable for example. I’ll stick to buying the best even if it costs more.We're on record about the three-meter cable being good.
Thunderbolt 4 (USB‑C) Pro Cable (3 m)$159.00