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  • Delivery dates already slipping for iPhone 12 Pro

    Expect Apple to sell around 80,000,000 iPhones this quarter.

    That is about 900,000 iPhones per day or about 10 iPhones per second. Ten per SECOND!

    They are still design, manufacture, ship, and sell boatloads of iPads, millions of Macs, tonnes of Watches, TVs, AirPods, HomePods, accessories and so much more.

    This is something to consider when you hear anyone complaining about she does slipping a wee bit.

    Under Tim Cook, Apple has become a global supply-chain, manufacturing, distribution, and sales LEVIATHAN.
    equality72521Japheywatto_cobra
  • Quanta rumored to be building new 'inexpensive' MacBooks in Dec. quarter

    Headline "Quanta rumored to be building new 'inexpensive' MacBooks in Dec. quarter" First line in article: "Frequent Apple partner Quanta should soon see a surge in orders thanks to "new expensive notebooks" from the former …" So, is it inexpensive or expensive?
    netroxRayz2016williamlondoniantimmy123peterhart
  • Siri on HomePod can now speak to you in French, German, Canadian English

    dkhaley said:
    What’s Canadian English, eh?
    As far as I've noticed, there are handful of words that are pronounced slightly differently. And spelling generally follows British rules.

    If you want to know more, watch Strange Brew. ;)
    You misspelt "huh". ;-)
    Spelling follows Canadian rules, not British or American. There's some overlap both ways. We don't say "oot and aboot" so neither should Siri. We say kilometre properly, where it rhymes with pillowfeeter (and centimetre, and millimetre, and kilolitre, and …) rather than speedometer. Bob and Doug were lovable fictional characters, not learned men of elocution. ;-) 

    The best we can hope for is that Siri will say hockey, not 'ice haw-key', and she won't say MON-tree-all for Montréal, or trip over her digital lips when saying attempting to say Saskatchewan or Kapuskasing.
    jbishop1039jony0watto_cobra
  • Editorial: The future of Steve Jobs' iPad vision for Post-PC computing

    WhyGee said:
    It became a consumer electronics company and even dropped the word 'Computer' from its name with the iPod.
    Apple dropped 'Computer' from its name when iPhone was introduced January, 9, 2007.
    cornchipwatto_cobra