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gatorguy said:gatorguy said:How did the app change its purpose after getting into the store? And in a way that meant this guy was fooled into thinking it was a crypto wallet?
Something sounds fishy here. At the very least there’s a hole in Apples processes.
Though I have limited sympathy for anyone who has any involvement with Bitcoin or any crypto nonsense.
qwerty52 said:If Intel can make it and be competitive with TSMC and Samsung, then absolutely Apple should engage with them. No way they would do as some suggest and play hardball because of soreness over a couple of ads.Why? Maybe because Apple should reschedule so many times the release of new Mac models, because Intel wasn’t ready with its chips?
At the moment Intel is a sick company, company in crisis.In place of their misleading adds against Apple, they should use their resources to think about, how can they reorganize their own company. How can they make a progress in production of new modern chips, so they can make the company competitive again.
But no! The Intel’s CEO decided to act like the other two losers: Zuckerberg and Sweeney
No one is saying that Apple should get themselves in a position where they are totally reliant on Intel for A and M series chips, but having another supplier would not be a bad thing. Diversified supply chains are better at dealing with production problems.
Obviously if Intel aren't up to the task then don't use them, but that's what talks and trial production runs are there to establish.