/My first iPod!
They really cant defend their phones and look for a mutual agreement based on apple's trade dress/design claims.
Apple will come to its senses and launch this as a free service. If not in this iteration, perhaps the next. :)
I can see them giving it for free with the purchase of their hardware (like find my iPhone is free with the latest iteration of iOS devices) Apple after all is a hardware company.
Giving something that costs billions in servers and man hours for free to everyone doesn't make much sense to me.
The question is, who is willing to pay it?
My guess is most will and AT&T knows it.
If you can afford Apple products... :eek:
(Apple, AT&T, and Verizon are well aware of this...)
and what if experience has shown that these "enhanced" techniques actually produce less information than standard techniques? If you're interested in a discussion as opposed to simply defending "enhanced" techniques, take a look at the video at the link that citizenzen posted.
And if reports are accurate, KSM actually pointed attention away from the courier in question with his responses under "enhanced" questioning. It took another informant to refocus that attention.
So whether a person deserves to get mugged based on how he dresses has nothing to do with whether he dresses as a wealthy person dresses, but instead has everything to do with your moral judgment of how well he conforms to standards that exist in your own head. Dressing like a pimp or drug dealer: fair game. Dressing like a much wealthier Wall Street type: well that's just so wrong you can't even understand the comparison.
People you respect don't deserve to be victimized, but people you don't respect are just getting what they ask for.
Should your assessment of responsibility for criminal behavior be based on such superficial judgmentalism, or should everyone be equal before the law?
Again, I'm an Apple fan, I have an iPad and desktop Macs, but the design flaws in all iPhone models have made that platform too much of a liability.
Let's hope iPhone 5 features ThunderBolt, a larger display, a dedicated camera shutter release and that iOS 5 removes iTunes from the equation.
Consumers are getting savvy thanks to the enlightenment (and lower cost) that Android delivers. Google are keeping Apple in check, and that's good for us consumers!
Let's say you got a meeting with a client who wants to see your work. Photoshop is pretty heavy handed and can get in the way if you need to demo something. But on an iPad.... a client could say "what would it look like if our logo was down there..." or that "type was a shade darker" or whatever and you can prototype on it. So when you get back to your underground design lair the change already comes across just by opening the original .psd.
Any proof, or just randomly spouting opinions?
No straight man in their right mind would find lesbian sex detestable...
Oh I believe you now, but you didn't say he messaged you through ebay before�I thought you meant he pm'd you here.
A well put 60 billion Dollar question. NOT!
They do things their way, looks like it's working for them:-)
What proof do you have that Apple is slowing down it's innovation?
Not on your time schedule? Not your specs?
Screen size,? May they don't want to make a bigger one?
Some of what you mention isn't even ready for prime time yet!
I thought we'd left the idea of horrible back in the dark ages. :rolleyes:
At least some of us have.
I saw the Swedish "Millennium series" films a few months back a couldn't help notice that when the protagonist was (wrongly) sent to prison, it looked more like a college dormitory than anything you'll see here in America.
likemyorbs would be horrified to see prisoners treated so humanely.