Then I suggest you find the inconsistancies.
I prefer it the way it is: The police are investigating inconsistencies.
Finally, would your response be the same if this was Microsoft?
Yes. If someone found a super-secret XBox Phone on the floor of a bar disguised as a regular SideKick and took it home, took off it's disguise, discovered it was a super-secret prototype, called MS tech support in a paper-thin-CYA move, then sold it to Gizmodo... I would feel the exact same way I do now. Especially if they found (and kept!!) the name and work information of the actual owner of the phone on it
There are actually quite a few stories on Gizmodo about this entire chain of events and I would invite you to read them.
We should all take their word for it. After all, they have no reason to fudge the timeline, leave out details/damaging correspondence, or even make the whole thing up.
If anything this is going to come squarely back on Apple for filing a false police report.
Link to the report, please... or are you a.s.s.u.m.i.n.g.?
And as you said, TextWrangler for text editing.
When the Slashdot crowd can't make the distinction, what chance does Joe Consumer?
The difference between a touchscreen and multitouch screen is what make the iPhone's (once-)unique method of implementing its OS features possible.
You may think that "touch is touch is touch, it's all the same" (Not YOU in particular, as I don't know you or what you think, but you the straw-man I'm railing against), but a swipe gesture with a finger is not the same as a swipe gesture with a stylus, no matter what your Slashdot reading self may think.
Because of the iPhone, the method of interacting with the feature-set of one's smartphone has changed on all phones.
Apple's total method has defined the rules of multi-touch Phone UI, and Apple defined having a multi-touch capable screen as what it is to BE a "touch screen phone".
If Joe Consumer hears "touch-screen", it better do what the iPhone's screen does.
You're fine with "gook", "kraut" and "haji" but can't bring yourself to say "nigger"?
Don't get me wrong. I think racism is despicable, but surely referencing the term like that shouldn't offend anyone.
Answer: That one hits too close to home for me to use.
I'm not black, but I grew up in the racist south. It stings. I didn't type it because I didn't want to offend me.
Apparently, I'm either thoughtless or callous enough to not care if I offended others - or worse, I fell victim to the
Mea Culpa. I am an assface.