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maciekskontakt said:The numbers are not global, but only US based. The dominant mobile device manufactirer globally is Samsung. Apple comes second. Please do not sell this data as general trend. On some markets like in Europe Apple has really marginal presence. It is not about hating, trolling or else so svae yourself those derogatory slogans. This is aboutr marketshare facts: Samsung 28% Apple 26%
ElCapitan said:Mike Wuerthele said:ElCapitan said:"churning out ever-increasing volumes of hardware units" isn't exactly what Apple have been doing for the Mac lately. In many ways they have gone to lengths to sabotage their own ecosystem and user base for macOS over multiple years.
Seen in that light, the narrative on focusing on users rather than units is not particularly trustworthy. I believe the investors understand that. Cause and Effect!
Sentences like "At the same time, Apple also worked to adopt Intel chips, USB, and other technologies that ..." is cringeworthy. USB was introduced with the original iMac on System 8.1 in 1998 on a PowerPC based machine, almost 8 years before Intel processors .
.mdriftmeyer said:richarddobell said:so, forgive my ignorance, if I buy a new MacBook Pro now, then if I buy a Blackmagic eGPU, the breakout box will take over the processing for me. I use Cinema 4D and After Effects most of the time. Also, am I reading it correctly that the Graphics card in the breakout box will be much superior to the new graphic cards being released on the 14th?Unless your eGPU is a Vega 56 or 64 it won't be superior to the Vega 20 Mobile, which is a Polaris board.
SpamSandwich said:There’s no sense to this lawsuit.