/linked/2016/09/05/savov-android

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Sebby:
> Only Apple can truly promote its software as a differentiating advantage.

Yes, Apple, and only Apple. No other company in the whole world could possibly achieve what Apple has.

It's just such a crying shame they're doing the worst, most shitty possible job of it, is all. It's Apple hardware that works now, and not their software.
7:51 pm — Monday, 5 September 2016
anonymous:
it's a shame that Apple has made so many terrible decisions with iOS.

It's locked down. Apps can't easily communicate and pass files between them. Etc, etc.
10:13 pm — Monday, 5 September 2016
anonymous:
> It's locked down. Apps can't easily communicate and pass files between them. Etc, etc.

you realize a lot of that is changing with ios 10, right?
10:47 pm — Monday, 5 September 2016
Vanilla Dry Ice:
> PC makers can’t brag about running Windows

My ATM machine brags about how it runs Wind River Systems embedded software.
1:07 am — Tuesday, 6 September 2016
Eddie:
I agree with Sebby.

Apple hardware, when it's new is a good value in general. But 3 year old hardware at current prices is a complete rip off.

Apple software has left much to be desired in the last few years. Lately it seems even the slightest mouse fart breaks all manner of things.

I'll take a year old rock solid version of software that just works versus up to date crap that crashes constantly.
2:23 am — Tuesday, 6 September 2016
Tony Soprano:
Nothing changes. The comments section still a place for a race who can trash Apple the most. Sadly, the trashier the comments the bs-ier it is.
5:48 am — Tuesday, 6 September 2016
@Tony Soprano:
You speak the truth, my friend in the Jersey waste disposal business.
2:59 pm — Tuesday, 6 September 2016
anonymous:
I'd like to see Apple move back to a longer dev cycle on their OSs and fix all the issues (and deliver on what they promise at WWDC) along with iCloud.

There's not really much new stuff being added in each version, it's mostly just chrome and integration crap that is half baked.
5:36 pm — Tuesday, 6 September 2016
Nokia's CEO was right:
According to the Financial Times, Vanjoki "likens mobile phone makers that adopt Google's software to Finnish boys who 'pee in their pants' for warmth in the winter. Temporary relief is followed by an even worse predicament."

9:59 pm — Tuesday, 6 September 2016
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