November Sky

The beautiful November Sky!

More so than last time around with the release of the iPhone 5s, this year’s larger-screened iPhone 6 models seem to be perceived by Apple fans and pundits to be particularly exciting devices, evidenced by the company selling a record 4 million handsets the day they went on preorder. And judging by the pictures being shared on the Internet by news outlets and Twitter users, that online presale enthusiasm has been taken to the streets, as well. Er, sidewalks.

More so than last time around with the release of the iPhone 5s, this year’s larger-screened iPhone 6 models seem to be perceived by Apple fans and pundits to be particularly exciting devices, evidenced by the company selling a record 4 million handsets the day they went on preorder. And judging by the pictures being shared on the Internet by news outlets and Twitter users, that online presale enthusiasm has been taken to the streets, as well. Er, sidewalks.







parislemon:

Insert the joke here: Times change — The times they are a-changin’ — Think different.
But really, this IBM deal seems like a smart partnership for Apple. They could either double their workforce to fully go after enterprise, or they can partner with a massive company already doing that. 
Yes, Apple likes to control every aspect of what they do. But enterprise is not a core competency and won’t be any time soon. Yet customers are demanding it. Hence, this deal.
And yes, this is potentially very bad news for Microsoft — which, oddly, is now the one trying to do everything itself. 

parislemon:

Insert the joke hereTimes changeThe times they are a-changin’Think different.

But really, this IBM deal seems like a smart partnership for Apple. They could either double their workforce to fully go after enterprise, or they can partner with a massive company already doing that. 

Yes, Apple likes to control every aspect of what they do. But enterprise is not a core competency and won’t be any time soon. Yet customers are demanding it. Hence, this deal.

And yes, this is potentially very bad news for Microsoft — which, oddly, is now the one trying to do everything itself



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Update bug on iOS 7.1. The status variable turned opposite in a programmers perspective. #bug #ios #7.1.1


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