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When you announce a new software feature, that does not mean that it is ready. Sometimes when developing software things arrive that were not foreseen and major structural changes need to be done. All these armchair commenters about how such and such is late have never developed software or hardware. Software at this level, near perfect up time over millions of instances is not hard, its near impossible, and the slightest hitch in the system will be laughed all over the net, I for one am pleased that when things are hard the delay them until they are ready, rather than deliver a lesser experience.
At least they have delivered, some companies announce flashy new stuff then realise that they are shooting for the moon and quietly don't ever say anything more.
adm1 said:racerhomie3 said:MacPro said:If ever there were proof needed that 'Free apps' with 'in-app purchases' should be avoided this is it. The term 'trap' comes to mind.
How stupid do you think people are?
ravnorodom said:doggone said:iBooks is better in appearance over Kindle and it has an advantage that you can buy books directly in the app. With Kindle you have to buy via the browser or kindle store.