The big news in the past year has been the explosion of Google Android handsets and this means our competitors are responding. Because they are not responding with innovation, they’re responding with lawsuits. We have not done anything wrong and these lawsuits are just inspired by our success.
quote: Im going to back Apple (Hell just got few degrees colder) because I believe Google did violate a number of patents to produce a competing product.
quote: Why else is the market flooded with wannabe iPads and iPhones?
quote: I see. Well I guess the cell phone wasn't an innovative invention either ... I mean, that's really just a rip off of a communicator from Star Trek.
quote: then go out and get patents even though even a small check by the patent office would have found some kind of prior art, or found the patents far too generic
quote: 3) To this day no right click.
quote: 4) Heavier laptops than the competition.
quote: 5) Generations behind on processors for their lower end models (Macbook, Mac Mini)
quote: 6) Lackluster HDD options for their higher end notebooks (no 1TB options, no 7200rpm HDDs over 500GB)
quote: 7) No numberpad on their larger laptops
quote: 8) No widespread adoption of 16:9 screen format for their laptops (except the 11" Air)
quote: I am in the future and Apple just refreshed their Macbook Air and discontinued the Macbook. Now all their line except Mac Pro includes Thunderbolt, so eventually number 2 will be FUD. FYI, Mac OS X does not need the most powerful system to handle it.
quote: This is completely a fuddrucker. You have been brain washed from marketing speak. For a desktop or notebook computer consumers should know that a 16:10 is more effective for workspace compared to 16:9. The 16:10 help compensate for the dock or task bar that takes up space. Also the title bar. Marketing thinks 16:9 helps with sales. If you think 16:9 helps with movies, then you are wrong. Movies are in a 2.65 ratio or 53:20. I agree with Apple is to stick with 16:10.