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Comment: Re:Oversimplification vs. overcomplication (Score 2) 345

I'll believe it when I actually see it. What I really expect to see is the following - six different products named like this:

- Windows
- Windows
- Windows
- Windows
- Windows
- Windows

But "Windows" only lets you run three programs at once. If you want more, you'll need to buy an upgrade to "Windows" - but that won't join an AD domain. Therefore office workers will want to purchase Windows, which can participate in AD. However if you want all the bells and whistles, the one you'll want to buy is Windows.

That's all clear, right?

Comment: Re:No no no... (Score 4, Interesting) 85

by 93 Escort Wagon (#47882235) Attached to: Mining iPhones and iCloud For Data With Forensic Tools

Given the exploit requires the installation of a jailbreak, it's not actually going to work unless you already have the user's security code - the device needs to be unlocked in order to install the jailbreak.

I do think Apple was a bit disingenuous regarding the "bad passwords" used by celebrities, given the iBrute tool apparently was able to keep trying different passwords against Find My iPhone without any sort of delay - a shortcoming Apple apparently fixed a few days back.

Comment: Re:Or, Apple could be fearful of comoditization (Score 1) 400

The last thing Apple wants is for any tablet to be identified as and referred to as an iPad.

Such as when a live-mic'ed coach on the sideline picks up one of the Surface tablets, mutters an expletive, and says "why is this f*cking iPad so f*ckin' heavy?"

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