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crowley said:sdw2001 said:Not to make this expressly political per se, but this is what happens. The left eats itself. Apple is probably one of the most progressive employers in the world. The notion that there is some massive problem in gender and racial equity doesn’t even pass the smell test.
great definition of “progressive” self-delusion
Tim Cook has hardly any right to take credit for it - he couldn’t even sell it himself during Keynote. This is a direct result of PA Semi acquisition by Apple back in 2008 that was decided by Steve. Plus he also mentioned during Intel transition keynote what OS X life expectancy was back in 2005 (22:55 into WWDC 2005). All of these pieces now came together, the only thing Cook can take credit for is balance sheet and supply chain Apple has today. Product wise this is probably last act from Steve and his ‘skating where the puck is going to be’ mindset
One comes here for Mac Pro tidbits and ends up skimming through rehashed drivel about Android, MS and Google that has nothing to do with Mac hardware strategy.... Memo for the author - if you can’t explain reasons for Apple’s current product segmentation mess, please don’t try to con us that you do by writing bombastic BS headlines