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Haven't we seen this before--Apple hiring top flight experts in cars and watches and health monitoring? It's kind of surprising compared to the Steve Jobs era. I don't recall Apple hiring mobile phone experts ahead of the iPhone, or music experts ahead of iTunes. As we've seen in pro sports, "dream teams" made up of high-priced free agents, don't always lead to championships.
I think if Tim Cook wants to speak directly to his employees in Ireland he'll speak directly to his employees in Ireland, not through a political committee. My guess is the Apple offices in Ireland have an electronic communications system commonly called "email" by which Cook can send messages to all employees simultaneously and directly.
The part of the iPhone you see is there to show you stuff and l let you input commands via touch. All the important parts of the phone are inside. What kind of visual changes are you expecting? You can always get a bright pink case or maybe something with faux leopard spots if you want it to look different.exactly. And for a phone that looks EXACTLY like a 3 year old phone.
I mean who the hell does Apple think they are fooling?
Tim Cook's Apple is so arrogant and so removed from reality it is sickening.
This isn't an unequivocally a good thing. Look at what happened to MS sitting on the cash cow of Windows. Apple isn't struggling like they were when they released the iMac, they aren't clawing their way back like they were when they released the iPod or the iPhone or the iPad. Is the relative comfort of raking in all this money leading to better products? Has the increased spending in R&D added more breakthrough patents to the Apple portfolio? Has the influx of top "talent" from the car industry or the Watch industry done anything more than drain money from Apple?