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JP234 said:It's a great display. But you can find better at the $1,599 price. This is probably aimed at the professional/prosumer market, who need to calibrate displays/scanners/printers to precise specs. It can be done on 3rd party monitors, but is easier with Apple displays. Ideal scenario would be an all Apple-made turnkey workstation, where everything is already calibrated to CMYK and Pantone metrics. Sure would have made this retired printing business owner's workflow easier!
But then, if I was going to dream of unicorns and rainbows…
im pretty sure The other big consumer card companies with rewards cards get a share of the interchange fees. I wonder why GS agreed to a deal not to. (Chase, C1, Citi etc).Apple Card was sure easy to share with my kids in Apple Pay so they could load their Suica virtual cards easily on our last trip to Japan.
lkrupp said:foregoneconclusion said:In my experience, longer hours or extra days = slower work. If you know you have more time, you take more time. You're not going to work at the same pace knowing it's a 12 hour day versus an 8 hour day or a 6 day week instead of a 5 day week.
avon b7 said:He is basically right.
Apple has upped the ante on the technological side but not really brought anything new. It's just souped up what was already out there, and along with it, the price, and wrapped it up nicely with some extra touches.
That said, the finesse is appreciable and also desirable because it reduces a lot of pain points. There is a lot to like (pricing aside).
I'm not sure why there was so much sofa sitting footage in the keynote and hope that more options are just as possible.
You can't fight off a Sith sitting on your sofa!
What Zuckerberg has to understand is that my wife was happy with her Quest and itching to upgrade. That got knocked on the head as soon as Meta made a Facebook account a requirement. That was when we abandoned our plans to upgrade. If more people feel the same way we do, Meta has a problem.
Meta has an image problem that goes far deeper than image. Apple has a big head start over them when it comes to trust.
LOL, no he hasn't said a single correct thing. If you think Apple hasn't done anything new you badly need to watch the Keynote.
entropys said:I really wouldn’t want American Express taking it over. I want it to work with Mastercard or visa.
AE is almost a non starter in most countries.
FileMakerFeller said:AppleInsider said:
"No commercial bank that's experienced in the credit card business is going to give Apple the same terms as Goldman did," said Nilson Report publisher and payments industry expert David Robertson.
It really sounds like GS was looking for an easy profit-making venture, got surprised when Apple told them it was going to take hard work and decided that they didn't like the sound of that.