not important if separate, put as a composite design.
Samsung even changed the Android interface to make it look like the iphone's.
I don't know if I agree here. It probably helps Apple in a way. If you see a product that is being mimicked left right and center by many companies. In the consumer minds that makes them feel that the iPhone is really the thing to get.
"Samsung is responding actively to the legal action taken against us in order to protect our intellectual property and to ensure our continued innovation and growth in the mobile communications business," the statement said.
first, if it was intentional Apple would not make it unencrypted. The fact that it is unencrypted just shows the file was designed to be used by the phone as encryption requires some processing cycles.
it appeared in a book months ago
Majority of quarter the iPad 2 did not exists and everybody new it was coming. When it came you could not buy it. I think we will see a stupid increase in iPad sales numbers next quarter
Apple is looking at think and thinking. There would be a lot more money here if the cheap iPhone was of last generation
samsung is very big. It's almost a separate company.
which btw, is what matters
this is huge. Apple is largest phone maker in the world and started a mere 4 years ago. Nobody would predict that.
And thinking Jobs said the target for the end of 2008 was to get 1% of market
emphases is on looking and finding the answer. Search is google like in which you don't have to press anything, just start typing.
If in the thread there is an answer it is highlighted.
Comments from person who started thread have distinct colour.
So it would be not only the music bought from iTunes
which is a much more well thought-out design. But this for me is just the tip of the iceberg. the cloud is gonna be much more than this. The only reason we're reading about music is because music needs licenses.
represents a 25% increase in speed. Not insignificant
Apple's first-quarter supply of the iPad 2 fell far short of demand, according to the researcher, saying production faced manufacturing difficulties, which combined with strong demand, led to short supplies of the device. The issues, according to sources, include quality concerns with liquid crystal display panels and production shortages of the new speaker.
not related to earthquake