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timmillea said:Apple absolutely should and can do this. Base it on a bog-standard iPad spec but with a keyboard. Savings can be made with the display quality, battery life, processor speed and ports. Remember the iBook? This would be the iBook revisioned. But bring in Jony Ive to design it. We have had a succession of design faux pas from Apple of late.
The main thing to make Apple's device comparable to a Chromebook would be to run iOS. I'd see it being much closer to an Apple eMate than a MacBook.
Obviously Apple has to be scanning files in order to remove content. Just click on the link I provided and go to Section V and you will find highly detailed information.Section V also states that Apple reserves “the right” to do such scanning and removing to enforce the agreement, comply with laws, protect others, etc but does not state that they are actively doing it.
mayfly said:It would have happened sooner or later, even without EU pressure.
I am not sure why Gou thinks that a communist dictator would feel constrained either by the interests of foreign companies and global pension funds or even the interests of their own domestic economy when it comes to achieving their major strategic goals. All I can say to him is that I hope he is right.
The counterfeit AirPods are all over the place around the world. At the Marche aux Puces de le Porte de Vanves market in Paris, you will be surrounded by people trying sell "new" "Airpods" for like 40 euros. The pawnshops of the UK have either been fooled (doubtful) or they're in on it and selling fake AirPods. Facebook Marketplace in the US - tons of "brand new" AirPods for $60. The fakes look really close. They'll definitely improve the plastic wrapping - hell, that's much easier than all the stuff the fakers already did.