Perfection Comes With a Price

It is quite fun to discuss prices, because one of the biggest assumptions against Apple products is the price level… Perfection comes with a price, and you can’t get a Rolls Royce at the price of a Nissan.

Nothing wrong with a Nissan car. Please don’t misunderstand. 🙂

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Apple 5c and 5s – What’s Going On?

The recent release of iPhone 5c and 5s is surprising to say it mildly. I have read Isaacson’s biography on the late founder, Steve Jobs, and I must say I didn’t see this one coming. iPhone 5c may attract a market that couldn’t previously choose to buy an iPhone. But was this step the right step? Time will tell.
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New Apple Headquarters

I really loved this video showing Steve Jobs presenting the plans for a new headquarters campus in Cupertino. I am sure all readers will also like watching this, so I wanted to share this today.
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Expensive to Replace Screen on iPhone 5

A recent article in Danish media reported that it is far MORE expensive to change the glass screen on iPhone 5 compared with iPhone 4. It was new to quite a few people here in this country that the price for replacing those screens had tripled now that the new iPhone came on the scene.
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In Memory of Steve Jobs

As any Apple fan will admit, Steve Jobs WAS Apple.
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Welcome to Yet Another Year

2013 has arrived. All speculations about Mayan calendars ending on December 21st 2012 have ended. I am among the most curious as to how Apple sales went this past Christmas-season, because there have been very different signals coming from Apple headquarters since the demise of founder Steve Jobs.
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Seasonal Greetings to You All

At this time of year, I think it only fair first of all to ensure this blog was fully up-to-date by updating to WordPress 3.5, and also wishing all of you the best seasonal greetings.
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iPad Mini

I know some will be happy to get the iPad Mini, but honestly I would say that if you want something bigger than the iPhone, I would go for the “original” iPad any day.
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Somehow You Must Love Spammers!

I can’t help but feel a bit sorry for people who waste their time sending ridiculous comments to a huge number of blogs, because it indicates two things:

  • A lot of blog owners running WordPress apparently forget running Akismet, because somehow these auto spam providers must gain access to blogs somewhere since they keep trying to come through…
  • The whole point of a comment is to provide something VALUABLE to a discussion, so even when a spam comment comes through, they won’t get any of the organic traffic that a well written comment gets.

Now, you may be thinking: what in the world does this have to do with Macs?
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MacOS9.2 Was a Lifesaver

It may well be that late founder Steve Jobs buried MacOS 9 when MacOS X was introduced, but there is one very important thing that helped me after a mistaken attempt at installing Yellow Dog Linux on an old eMac. MacOS X could not format the linux partitions…
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