Destiny wrote:I really wished that Xerox management gave greater value over the first graphic interface look on a monitor than they did, before Steve Jobs walking in and walking out with 'others peoples' ideas...
uliandim wrote:http://www.blog4tech.net/iphone-5-will-be-announced-on-august-7/ Do you like it?
Destiny wrote:If I were Samsung I would create a think tank to develop new ideas and patenting everything they can from triangular or hexagonal corners to 3D lazar hologram technologies..
Hey let's patent "rectangular" and "physical object"!
swiss boulevard "blick" posted an article: the clock used by apples IOS6 is 100% copied (without permission) from SBB's trainstation clock (protected by patent and label rights by swiss railroad company since 1944)
the guy @ apple who proposed this sujet I think will now get some restless meetings to survive...
Destiny wrote:On the other hand, the Apple iLemon Phone last just a few hours.
Destiny wrote:Hi.. I was in The Goodguys, Electrical Store today, where they had a big sale on.. There were heaps of the speakers sets where an iPhone drops in, but oopss.. no good as one young guy pointed out.. Apparently the new adaptor will not be available for quite some time.. I do not get it.. The change of features with Apples iPhone is really silly... The Goodguys Store manager tells me that they refuse to have anything to do with Apple.. Its just that their speaker sets require the iPhone to work but they are not made by Apple... Perhaps from now on, manufactures of these speakers will make provisions to change the adaptor easily. Have one end as theirs, and the other end what ever Apple come up with.. Im sure there are iPad adaptors too that sit on a speaker set, but not sure.. perhaps Apple will change that too..
Destiny wrote:If an iPad were to be connect with such a short cable, it would have to lay down in front of the speaker set...
klausesser wrote:Destiny wrote:If an iPad were to be connect with such a short cable, it would have to lay down in front of the speaker set...
There is an adapter without cable already available. Changing the connector makes sense after about 10 years i guess . . . advanced features need it.
IÂ´m sure Apple told their long-time manufacturers in time about the change. They couldnÂ´t tell everybody.
Besides: nobody forces you to buy an Apple product.
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