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Soli said:jbdragon said:Soli said:Can someone explain to me how buying Shazam crates an unfair advantage for Apple with streaming music?
cropr said:randominternetperson said:wemclaughlins said:Right away in the title of this article we find skepticism at someone else’s skepticism about the iPhone X. Get over it Apple crowd. I’m a fan too but FETCH IS NEVER GONNA HAPPEN. Let it go. It’s overpriced and people finally proved there is a tipping point, though that tipping point was way higher than even I expected, admittedly.The larger point is, using the same methodology and sample size, CIRP missed the mix estimate in a big way last quarter. Sure, they might be right this quarter -- but there are adequate grounds for caution.
Like I keep saying, we do keep track of what analysts say, and how they glean their info. CIRP misses a lot.
And, we've got every right to call them out on the video lacking key pieces of detail and inserting bogus assumptions that they once again doubled down on in an interview this weekend.
majorsl said:MuffyTarkin said:You guys do realize that Apple's terms and conditions for repairs apply to warranty-only cases, right? This whole situation was very obviously not a warranty case, so the terms and conditions do not apply. On the other hand, if Linus had purchased the special repair entitlement ticket known as AppleCare, he would have ended up getting a new iMac Pro anyway, regardless of what was done to his machine. So, I have to ask, what is the point of citing Apple's terms and conditions for repair work when it doesn't even apply to this situation?
Specifically, section 1.8.iv applies.
Please keep the the headphone jack or lose customers- I will be the first-
- With normal use, headsets offer substantial reductions in SAR compared with conventional cell phone use, where the phone, rather than a headset, is held against the head.