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anonymous:
> until the switch to Intel CPUs in 2007,
the intel transition was announced in 2005, and complete in all products by 2006. Come on.
2:11 am — Friday, 16 September 2016
To Be Fair:
>I like reading/following Holwerda, because he’s someone who I feel keeps me on my toes.

Really? Because none of this being "kept on your toes" is evident in the quality of your work, which has been incredibly sloppy and full of errors.
2:31 am — Friday, 16 September 2016
Reader #3:
Funny how when Android was beating iPhone that it didn't matter and now all of a sudden it does.
5:02 am — Friday, 16 September 2016
My Optional Name:
>Funny how when Android was beating iPhone that it didn't matter and now all of a sudden it does.

Funny, I was always under the impression that the iPhone bested existing Androids every year since there were Androids. Not that it ever made a difference... DroidTards will continue to claim iPhones are underspecced and underpowered, facts be damned.
12:34 pm — Friday, 16 September 2016
anonymous:
> I think most other iPhone users, on the platform even if it didn’t have a performance advantage. But it does have a significant performance advantage, and it is exclusive to Apple.

Please explain in what way it is an advantage then? You've just argued that people make their platform decisions largely based on other considerations?
12:39 pm — Friday, 16 September 2016
@anonymous:
"Not only do I prefer the way this phone works, but it's also significantly faster. Bonus!"

Now go fetch your shinebox.
2:26 pm — Friday, 16 September 2016
anonymous:
Is your advantage sustained, or are you just happy to see me?
6:14 pm — Friday, 16 September 2016
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