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gatorguy said:Mike Wuerthele said:gatorguy said:lkrupp said:If this were actually true Bloomberg should have been hammering away at it for the past year, demanding action, interviewing corporations affected, cajoling Apple, Amazon, Google, and all the others to DO SOMETHING!
The inclusion of them in the lede was an editorial oddity left over from a previous draft and has been removed.
Soli said:jax44 said:I wonder if the iPhone " Edition " will go with a USB C connector?.
i know, probably not, but seeing as it is kind of an outlier model, maybe the first to transition.
Definitely not holding my breath.
Either way, I'm getting this bad boy.
wood1208 said:Wish Apple kept female part of lightening on cable side and male connector inside iphone's port like iphone 4/4S and USB(Type-C, MicroUSB,etc). Instead, when Apple introduced lightening in iphone 5, Apple reversed the placement(male connector on cable side adapter and female inside lightening port). Overtime, lint/dust get collected inside iphone's port blocking female connector pins creating charging issues. By moving to smart connector, Apple can solve this. Other scenarios is reverse lightening male/female orientation or move to USB Type-C.
sirlance99 said:"Apple wasn't an early pioneer in NFC tap-payments or in wireless home automation but is now a leader in both"
Since when did Apple become the leader in home automation? What metrics are you using for that?
Eastern District is very corrupt. Two Judges there have sons who are Patent Attorneys. Numerous shell companies rent empty offices in Marshall, Texas and list them as their Headquarters .
These two Judges never deny a Patent Lawsuit, often brought by their sons.
Hell, the damn Judges probably own the buildings the shell companies rent office space in.