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chipmonk0
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re: Apple may trip at faster iPad pace
chipmonk0   10/25/2012 2:24:20 PM
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Why is the writer's name not disclosed ?

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re: Apple may trip at faster iPad pace
GREAT-Terry   10/25/2012 12:54:53 PM
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It is more and more difficult to have innovation on the gadget. But this the air for apple to breath with. I hope Apple can devote more on the innovation, not only on features but also on over user experience (to me a long battery life and cooler device is also important). Of course, if there is a breakthrough on the way people use the device, it will be a big step ahead. I hope they won't just compete with Samsung and like by pushing more and more me-too model but somethings that are really jaw dropping.



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