quote: Get on board or get off
quote: We are the consumer, we should be in control.
quote: As a consumer, I am in control. I can choose to take the $400 that would be spent on an iPhone and take it to a rival vendor or carrier. No one is forcing you to buy an iPhone.
quote: The fact is that Apple is making a fortune off of folks with too much cash to spend.
quote: ...I'm not saying all this stuff because I'm an Apple twink.
quote: On my Mac, I can drag the mouse cursor to any of the four corners of my screen to bring up Expose, Spaces or even Dashboard. With my little 1024x768 display, the OS X window manager is far superior.
quote: I can run Leopard on my PB just as fast as Tiger was, no slowdowns, no lagging. Every new OS runs slightly better than the previous for Apple.....every new OS requires more resources and power to accomplish the same tasks.
quote: For every step forward they take (ie. opening their phone up to third party devs), they seem to take two steps back.
quote: You can purchase just about anything sold by Apple (except another Apple Gift Card, an iTunes Gift Certificate or purchases at the iTunes Music Store), including products from both Apple and third-party makers.
quote: Although Apple certainly can choose not to accept cash for certain purchases (since the payment is not repayment of debt)
quote: In other words, Apple receives $399 for each iPhone sold plus an additional $432 over the course of a two-year contract thanks to AT&T's exclusivity arrangement.
quote: I also see Apple sending out credit to people who wanted to buy a 3rd for the inlaws but cant, so much for a Merry Christmas...
quote: Apple is just trying to maxamize profit like any other company would but its too obvious on where its trying to make its profits.
quote: iDon't understand apple