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4/2/2014 07:45 AM EDT
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krisi
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Re: If you can't innovate..
krisi   4/3/2014 10:06:59 AM
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Unfortunately that seems to be the case...my disappointment with Apple started with ios upgrades that made my phone slower and less useful by having too many features...the slide seems to continue, where are any new thoughst at Apple product line?

DrFPGA
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If you can't innovate..
DrFPGA   4/3/2014 9:49:41 AM
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litigate. Is this just one more sign Apple has reached it's innovation ceiling? 

Bert22306
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How is this not an embarrassment for Apple?
Bert22306   4/2/2014 5:55:53 PM
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"It's probable that if Samsung hadn't been able to sell 37 million phones and tablets, some of those consumers would have purchased an Apple product, and we're entitled to recover lost sales," McElhinny said.

Wow, Apple. It's also possible that if Comet didn't exist, more people would buy Ajax to scrub their bathtubs clean.

Enough, already. When Mazda created the Miata, they knew that the formula to emulate was that of the Triumph and MG sports cars. Big whoop.

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The possible
TrishRobina   4/2/2014 12:35:03 PM
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When it comes to things like this we could always think of a lot of ways to do things that woud be a great help. - Roger Stanton St. Mary's College

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