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photography guy said: Back in the 90s, when Apple embarked on their licensing scheme, they were floundering, desperate to do anything to save the company that was, at its worst, $1 billion in the red. Licensing the OS, so they could expand th…
can you run that MDM servers in a VM on non apple hardware?
you can buy office 2016 for about the same price as 0.25 bitcoin
Eric_WVGG said: This has been done a couple times before, Gaikai and OnLive were a couple of providers. I played a fancy PS3 Tomb Raider game on a 2012 Macbook Air and it was just remarkable — for as long as my crummy American “broadband” cou…
steveh said: viclauyyc said: Apple have a Mac Pro that almost cost $10000. But it don't even have TB3. It would have been a neat trick to get TB3 on a machine that was shipped more than two years before TB3 first shipped on any comme…
entropys said: On a serious note, so when this mansion beach controller turns up on Intel motherboards, will Apple swap to it, or will we have Apple competing with Intel and other laptop designers on SSD read write speed with its own controll…
Pylons said: The Xeon E3 v6 series uses socket 1151 so it tops out at 4 cores. Apple will not make a Mac Pro using this CPU as a 4-core entry model because then they would have to design a completely different motherboard for the models with …
SpamSandwich said: "...while others have simply had to bear the expense." That's not how businesses work. What are the supporting examples for this? but apple with there older hardware really should unless they plan to update them soon an…
Will it still have the big red button?
Apple can find a way to DRM the tires and battery's to there profit. Any for a $1000 battery swap? $500-$1000 for tires? and $200 to rotate the tires.
wizard69 said: 4fx said: Using both of these reasonings, Apple should just dump the Mac Pro and probably the Mac entirely. On the other hand, the Mac was nearly Apple's entire business in the not-too-distant past. So you can't tell …