Soldered ram on the new Mac mini. I’ll pass this one.
Interesting point regarding one of Apple slide used yesterday. Certainly a strong point made about their design choices. But, looking at the comments following the article, one can see that many people just don’t care. But I do.
I would suggest asking this on Quora.com
Please, read this brilliant piece by Ben Thompson. I couldn’t agree more with him. In the last year, I’ve been waiting for iPad versions of apps that I really like on the iPhone: Ecoute, TweetBot just to name a few. There are long in coming and I don’t see when they will land on the bigger screen device. This is sad because the bigger screen would enable different interaction models and user experiences. Even Apple is doing badly with their Music.app on the iPad. This is one of their worst work, really. Sure there are great apps like Flipboard, Reeder or Apple’s Remote. But is that enough to make the iPad such a “must have” device? With the iPhone 6 Plus, the problem is even worst.
Today, while watching the Apple event “It’s Been Way Too Long”, I’ll be looking for one thing: what will Apple tell us in order to convince many of us to get the new iPad?
For the curious. For the historians.
(Though there are alternative theories.)
Apple is preparing to remove all Bose audio products, both demo and sellable, from its retail environment, according to a reliable source who spoke…
I cannot see how Bose is going to win this against Apple…
Apple started to change many months after Steve’s death. It took time. I would say that 2014 is the year where we see a more human, friendly corporation. Tim Cook is the man behind this change. You can see Apple’s CEO in media giving interviews where Steve Jobs never bother to do. Tim Cook went to visit China factories. Steve never did that publicly. The new Apple as I would call it is also willingness to offer products that they didn’t want to create when Steve was alive. The iPad mini is a well documented example of this (we saw email exchange between Steve and top directors about doing 7” screen iPads during the Samsung vs Apple court fight in 2012).