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February 01, 2018

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stoplivinginthepast

And about the future of the Apple everybody should see this:

asymco.com/2018/02/27/the-number/

Apple is not going anywhere.

Tomi T Ahonen

Hi gang

full year numbers are now up. enjoy

Tomi Ahonen :-)

Per "wertigon" Ekström

@Stopliving:

So your argument is "Apple is just trying to fix the mess Intel did"?

Yeah, no use arguing here. You are essentially saying this problem, caused by Apples move to a new standard, is caused by someone else than Apple. That's like arguing "Well, see, if the state would pay me a welfare grant big enough, I would not have to rob the bank."

Come back when you have administered a 10k heterogenous workstation/laptop environment for a couple of years! :)

stoplivinginthepast

"You are essentially saying this problem, caused by Apples move to a new standard, is caused by someone else than Apple."

Yes. Intel inroduces a new piece (USB-C) to their old technology (USB) and Apple believes what the Intel is promising and adopts it. Then it does not work as Intel is advertising it. Thank you Intel and now Apple gets all the blame. WTF?! This is Intel not Apple who is constantly messing with the god damn USB and screws up everybody. >:(

Apple is not happy with Intel. That is for sure.

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