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Maybe I scanned something wrong, but the difference between your 2018 and 2017 numbers seems off. You have 24326 for 2018 i9 and 22179 for 2017 i7. MacRumors has 22439 for i9 and 15548 for i7.
You're going from four to six cores. Seems like your increase for 6 core should be more than 9.6% more than four. I'd guess those i7 numbers in the video are wrong.What am I missing?
geirnoklebye said:Not doomed, but it would sure as heck help their customers if they released hardware equivalent to or better than i7 configurations...
I didnt buy in 2016 because of the speed, but I'm still waiting because the keyboard stinks. Rene Ritchie’s died. Heck, one display MacBook Pro model in my local store had a broken B key.
I got a Lenovo in 2016 and I’m ready for something with a better battery. If nothing shows up by the end of the year, I’ll be pretty disappointed.
Right now, with this box, releasing sooner is better.
[That 250 mil includes this and that...] and App Store continuing payments.
Oh, DED. Of course if you include every freaking HBO, Showtime, MLB, Overcast, NY Times... subscription, Apple has more than Amazon.
But those aren’t Apple’s subscriptions. They get a cut, and that’s great for my AAPL, but let’s not compare Apple’s apples to Whole Foods’ oranges.
Roots522 said:I pay for Apple Music... its a great way to build a music collection.
I still enjoy spending that $120 a year on CDs, which actually builds a collection, where I own the tracks well beyond the month I paid for them, but also realize that makes me a dinosaur.