Apple promises "great stuff" to come

cerebus

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"Great stuff" does not equal inventing more breakthrough products.
 

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They are looking at patents and see what they can use in the future.
 

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Let's be honest, Apple could take a brick and put an "i" in front of it and their fans would start drooling and oohing and aaahing and handing over their wallets. :D

Amirait, or amirait?
 

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Let's be honest, Apple could take a brick and put an "i" in front of it and their fans would start drooling and oohing and aaahing and handing over their wallets. :D

Amirait, or amirait?
ithinkso or iknowso
 

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Let's be honest, Apple could take a brick and put an "i" in front of it and their fans would start drooling and oohing and aaahing and handing over their wallets. :D

Amirait, or amirait?
^True story.
 

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Ios needs a major interface haul in my opinion it's getting stale now.

Multitasking like the Quasar app would be nice, just one of many things they need to add.
 
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Ios needs a major interface haul in my opinion it's getting stale now.

Multitasking like the Quasar app would be nice, just one of many things they need to add.
I sincely doubt that will happen.
When Apple comes up with a OS visual design that their customers like, they stick to it, with frequent iterations. But it stays largely the same.
Of course this infuriates the nerds that demand new for the sake of new
 

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Let's be honest, Apple could take a brick and put an "i" in front of it and their fans would start drooling and oohing and aaahing and handing over their wallets. :D

Amirait, or amirait?
I assume this is not-so-subtle trolling, as you are aware of Apple's flops over the years
 

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I sincely doubt that will happen.
When Apple comes up with a OS visual design that their customers like, they stick to it, with frequent iterations. But it stays largely the same.
Of course this infuriates the nerds that demand new for the sake of new
More like normal consumers that demand it be able to do normal things like send stuff via bluetooth to other devices?
 

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Meanwhile Samsung doesn't make emotional speeches promising people glittery stuff they haven't even invented yet, they simply get on with making desirable products. :whistling:
 

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The iCook aluminum microwave oven with beautiful chamfered edges and rounded corners in black or white with a retina glass covered door designed by Sir Ives.
 

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Meanwhile Samsung doesn't make emotional speeches promising people glittery stuff they haven't even invented yet, they simply get on with making desirable products. :whistling:
You must live in an alternative universe as in this one Apple is the company that doesn't preannounce products while Samsung does. And responses to questions at a shareholder's meeting is hardly an emotional speech.
 

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Meanwhile Samsung doesn't make emotional speeches promising people glittery stuff they haven't even invented yet, they simply get on with making desirable products. :whistling:
Yep, I see where this thread is going. Should have expected it though
 

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A newly-published patent application from Apple discovered by AppleInsider discloses a new "bracelet" accessory with a wraparound design where the screen would cover the entire outer surface. While the word "watch" is not used anywhere in the patent application, which was filed in August 2011, the "wearable video device" described in the document could clearly serve as an advanced wristwatch.
Sounds good to me...
 
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