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Re: Hello, is this Bullshit?
And he's going to lie in a court case where, if found out, would cost his company humungous amounts ? Another ***** who thinks he knows better than everyone else. Why not just state you don't like Apple and get on with your life ?
Re: An Apple I can't digest.
Oh, and btw, the £22 and £15 was for new covers as the new phones wouldn't fit in the old ones. A very small price to pay. The iPhones were free with 2 yr contracts.
Re: An Apple I can't digest.
Think again, resale value makes the deal. I swapped a 3 GS for a 4, and with a new contract I had to find a difference of £22. 2 years later, and I swapped the 4 for a 5, Carphone Warehouse bought the 4 for a lot of money. Another new contract and my wallet is only £15 lighter. I'll take that, over an android device with out of date software that can't be updated, any day of the week. A top of the line iPhone costs a similar amount to a top of the line Samsung, but resells way better.
Re: Ahh...marketing at its best
"Something that the Android market place can learn form,
Produce a very expensive phone, the price reflecting its perceived 'exclusivity', then make it nice and shiny.
Of course it need to work as well."
And it does.
Just in time ?
Did he leave in time to save MS from being the next corperate failure ? Reading the comments from MS users and others, there must be doubt.
Re: Not all bad
Do you have a good word for anybody, other than SB? Could you do better ? Don't think so or we would have heard of you. Nobodies who think they have the answer to everything do my head in.
Re: I recall the 90's
It's a trojan that relies on the naiveté of the user. Software writers can only do so much to compensate for someone doing something really stupid with their device. Whereas a lot of android, MS malware is just badly written and open to virus, etc.
Re: Did I miss something?
It doesn't matter whether her brake lights were working or not. Some vintage vehicles don't even have them. Don't drive in a manner where you can't stop in time. Watch the road. Keep a safe space all round you.
Following that logic all switches, knobs, levers etc. not specifically required to operate the vehicle should be removed as well. Mobile phones and vehicles don't generally kill people, it's the idiots who drive those vehicles. On a different point it's noticeable that Police officers, who've had extra training, don't think they are dangerous driving while talking on their radios. All drivers in the UK are permitted to do this too. (Radios apparently aren't as distracting as mobiles !) So include that training whilst teaching learners to drive. Prosecute those who haven't received this extra training and are caught chatting on their phones whist driving. Issue certificates to those who've passed a test showing they're capable of doing both at the same time.
So from iOS7 they got FB login info, and from iOS6 they got a photo. However, as with all these things, there's only so much you can do to protect against naiveté. Trojans exist for all OS's. Sandboxing helps enormously.
Seriously, why would anyone willingly buy an MS product ?
Land of the free ?
So in your eyes, we're all guilty until we manage the impossible task of proving ourselves innocent. And as that's a position that could obviously change at any time, we're all permanently guilty.
The argument you're making has an analogy: That of wholesale fishing in our oceans which all but wiped out huge varieties of fish stocks from which they're struggling to recover. Short term thinking that has decimated fishing boat numbers.
Not a world I want to live in.
Re: OK, so what can *we* do?
Congrats, my 1st thought on seeing the headline was "oh no, what have Apple been up to now ?". Then I read the whole article and discovered:
Only Apple get castigated in the headline, but lots of different major companies who use this supplier don't.
Only Apple, the article says, are doing anything about the situation.
So, all in all, just another piece contriving to stir up hate.
I so just love reading these negative comments here from all the *(multi-billion $) writers who suggest that the infant companies like Apple, Samsung et al won't survive unless the writers' advice is followed.
You forget the ubiquitous Surface tablet. So successful they had to scrap nearly $100 million of the useless items because they couldn't sell them.
Unfortunately a lot of people, including me, are finding that the App Store Safari update won't download, with users getting the message "HT1222 Error: The operation couldn’t be completed. (NSURLErrorDomain error -3001.)(102)"
Luckily CNET have a version that does download and install. Never met up with this problem before.
TomTom have been doing that for years
Yep, 1st our personal data is lost, then we pay for the loss by having our services cut (due to the fines imposed) or the fines cause a raising of charges to pay for for them. We lose out both ways.
Why not penalise the individuals instead of the institutions ?
Re: Timing is perfect!
"Of course, I expect Apple to wriggle a hell of a lot before they'll actually do this. Would they actually pull-out of the UK market before complying with this?"
I seriously hope not .....
Re: What a ridiculous situation
"What a ridiculous situation
Yet at the same time seem to ignore Apple who seem equally happy to force you into using certain software (sometimes) without choice."
So that judge who told Apple to put an apology to Samsung on its webpage for 6 months was a figment of our imagination.
Apple have never forced me to buy anything, I buy/own their products because I choose to. And to date am very happy with most of them. I don't like the build quality of some of the cables.
It's not that they choose not to, it's just that McDonald's is more within budget."
Never eaten at a McDonalds and never will. I'd rather eat at home 6 months of the year so I can afford a treat at a high quality restaurant. The wait makes the meal even more memorable.
Another Apple hater.
A judge decrees, that makes Apple a whiner ?
Quote = Anonymous Coward
"Personally I consider people paying money to Apple as people financing terrorism."
How the hell do you justify that sentence ? Apple is a terrorist organisation/backer ? What drugs are you on ?
Apple haters, jeez !!
Thank god someone finally utters this, I've been waiting so long long for a recognisable author to pen this point.
As he says, Apple is a closed world. But that just makes people like me feel safer. I'm not capable of writing software, nor making my own devices. I buy what I trust to be safest for my use. Apple devices in general don't suffer from the same woes that beset those of Microsoft users, no matter which machine they buy. (I looked briefly at Linux but again got lost in the technicalities).
Apple's devices suffer from attacks to software generally other than their own: usually Adobe's. But so do Microsoft users. In addition they (Microsoft users) have up till very recently, suffered from virtually every virus or worm going. This saves me a fortune in security software and on experts to resolve issues caused by the tons of malware out there. (99% designed for M.S. operating systems.) I do have a free AV programme to reduce the chances of being a conduit for less enlightened users.
So when I buy my desktop, laptop, or mobile phone then yes, it may cost me a bit more up front. But a damn sight less ongoing.
If Mr. Balmer's company finally start to get this, it may drive down Apple's prices by giving folks like me a genuine alternative.
I've dropped mine numerous times and it still works just fine...........
Re: And that's why,
I might be wrong, my memory is failing as I get older, but I don't remember saying anything about Windows. Nor whether it's virus ridden or not. We were, I thought, discussing a vendor of AV products for a system that doesn't as yet, suffer from a virus.
You could, perhaps, save your anti Mac rant for someone who has attacked your precious MS operating system.
And that's why,
AV is so great, it never needs upgrading, right ? So once you've put Kaspersky on your iPhone bad guys will forget about attacking it ?
Or, will they find ways round it so that as well as Apples updates we'll have his daily/weekly ones.
There still isn't a virus, that I'm aware of, for any of Apples current o/s. Yes there is malware, but that tends to attack through user error or third party software.
Why, oh, why do they find the service which will only impact on patients instead of fining the humans who screwed up ?
*Yawn* → #
Posted Monday 4th July 2011 11:38 GMT
In Apple v Samsung: Jobs strikes back
These legal shenanigans are getting tiring. I think I'll ignore the whole thing until a judge actually says something that's binding on one or both Samsung and Apple.
The judge will deliver a judgement and then........ The loser will just appeal.
Now, for all those who recently were comparing Windows to Apple, which is the equivalent attack for us OSX users to have to worry about? Oh that's right, there isn't one!
It's NOT a virus!
(nyelvmark) "You appear to be suffering from the delusion that the meanings of words are decided by some ultimate authority which you can influence by loud assertions."
No, just fed up with people calling things by the wrong names. Words are important, allowing them to be used wrongly causes misunderstandings. If we called birds fish, we'd get no-where. We have to stick to one name or the other. I get your bird/fish analogy, but if I didn't know the answer I'd look it up rather than make blind assumptions or wild guesses.
It isn't by the way just this article, it's almost every article on the subject. If techies allow those with less knowledge to remain in that state they do them a disservice.
- World's OLDEST human DNA found in leg bone – but that's not the only boning going on...
- Lightning strikes USB bosses: Next-gen jacks will be REVERSIBLE
- Pics Brit inventors' GRAVITY POWERED LIGHT ships out after just 1 year
- Storagebod Oh no, RBS has gone titsup again... but is it JUST BAD LUCK?
- Two million TERRIBLE PASSWORDS stolen by malware attackers