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retrogusto said:When I saw the multitasking demo, it seemed complicated and not at all intuitive. I would not be able to repeat what I saw without a lot of experimentation. I think much of the success of Apple products has come from their ability to make things that work the way you’d expect them to, and knowing when less is more in terms of functionality. Simple elegance. I recognize the desire to add functionality to make the products more powerful/useful, and I know it gets progressively more difficult to add functionality without sacrificing ease of use, but that’s the genius that has so often distinguished Apple from their competitors (until they all copied it, and eventually we all accepted the solution to the problem as obvious).
chasm said:BobVB3 said:Well the ad is stealth 'truthful' - you can only use an iPad outside like that if it is overcast - in bright sunlight they are unusable.
Maybe you should get your eyes checked. Or discover these things called "trees" and "overhangs" that generate this new technology called "shade."
JosephAU said:Wasn’t it realised 2 updates ago??What’s new now except for some statements from people quoted?
can we please get an answer on why this is being reported as new news when this was reported by AI in April 20, 2021?
JinTech said:elijahg said:I dunno how right-click > open is so difficult to get around the lack of developer signing, but still. I'd imagine the incoming US/Tencent probe has put a bit of spanner into Sweeney's equation...
As Daniel Eran Dilger has explained time and again, IDC numbers ain’t worth diddly squat. Lkrupp above makes salient points.
The report also states Apple captured 35.1% of the available Q1 market in China, even though China’s Q1 was ravaged by coronavirus
Who is anyone trying to kid? These are great results. To try and spin this as a negative is asinine.