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AppleZulu said:bigtds said:Soli said:So they copied the entire look of the case without copying its utility. Exhibit A:
Suggesting you can take a look-alike case, fill it with off-the shelf components and get as good or better results than the Mac Pro is nonsensical. You can buy a fiberglass Ferrari lookalike car body and put a VW Beetle under it, or Cadillac parts under it or whatever. Your end result is not going to be a Ferrari. You will have a nifty looking VW bug, or a poorly designed, tricked-out overpowered car that throws a rod or flips over when you try to drive it like it's a Ferrari.
Soli said:So they copied the entire look of the case without copying its utility. Exhibit A:
At least that's the only Android phone which surpasses the iPhone with 1 point difference. If you click on the review, both have their advantages. I'll let it go, certainly not something the Huawei Internet Militia can brag about.lkrupp said:More fodder for the spec monkeys. 9to5Mac spins this story as a negative because the test results show the 11 Pro Max is worse than last year's XS Max. I have a close friend, an engineer, who studies the spec sheets of everything he intends to purchase, be it an automobile, a toaster, or recently a hot tub. It takes him weeks or months to make a decision based on features vs specs vs price. Style, design, experience apparently don’t enter into the equation much at all. To each his own.
That statement would make someone immediately jumped on a conclusion which "Apple doesn't care about specs at all." To be clear, both the processor and the SSD have the best specs to this day, indicates that they're important. So does the speaker (lead by Huawei with one point, sure.).
bestkeptsecret said:Avon_B7 must be having multiple orgasms right now...