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Apple Debuts OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, Mac Pro Tube
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Ramon S
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Ramon S,
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6/11/2013 | 11:24:04 AM
re: Apple Debuts OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, Mac Pro Tube
Aha...paid developers more than 10 billion...maybe it is just because everything Apple is excessively expensive.
Andrew Hornback
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6/11/2013 | 2:19:39 AM
re: Apple Debuts OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, Mac Pro Tube
I sure hope that Apple did a LOT of thermal testing with the new Mac Pros... looking at that design, it looks to me like a recipe for meltdown disasters.

"Cook hammered Google's Android for its fragmentation -- while Apple's update system has more than 90% of iOS users on the latest version." Ahh, that's our Timmy... preaching to the choir of fanboys. No matter that Google doesn't actually control how fast the updates actually get deployed (last time I looked, the carriers did that), and no matter the fact that there are Androids devices out there that can't run the latest OS... let's go ahead and give the fanboys something to cheer (and write) about. Blah.

"iOS 7 'is biggest change to iOS since the introduction of iPhone,' said Cook. " - isn't this what they say EVERY time a new version of iOS is released? Again, I'm sorry Mr. Cook, blah.

And I have to say, the boys in Cupertino must have too much time on their hands... OS X Mavericks? What's the next version, OS X Icemans?

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