‘Apple must’ be absolutely furious

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

7 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    Right on, Jonny!

    OTOH, I want one of those! Give me a lightweight iPad that doesn’t require a case and comes in colors–and especially polycarbonate so that it’s comfortable to touch, not cold the way the aluminum feels!

    • Gk says:

      The Mipad isn’t lightweight, it’s 30 grams (almost 10%) heavier than the Apple iPad Mini.

      Just like the iPhone 5C is heavier than the aluminium 5S.

      Aluminium allows very thin but still strong walls, allowing lighter devices.

  2. isa says:

    Well said. It’s an upsidedown world where theft equals innovation. And those who justify it are only justifying their complicity in the theft by purchasing stolen products. It’s the same cronies that think it’s okay to buy cheap DVD knockoffs on the streets of New York. Stolen is stolen. The patent system sucks. The court are lethargic and idiotic. It’s a shame because, as you said, this stabs the real innovators in the heart. It says don’t innovate or will be ripped off without protection.

  3. Slapppy says:

    This is the money shot that the iHating army constantly pound websites with stories about Apple. As you say, it’s not broken. It’s not strong enough to protect the innovative work from companies like Apple.

    “The truth is the patent system isn’t broken because Apple tries to use it to protect itself against those who slavishly copy it, but because it doesn’t adequately provide Apple with the protection it needs.”

  4. Mr. Truth says:

    How do you think musicians, music producers and music engineers have felt for the last 10-15 years? Their world has been utterly decimated, and it seems to show in the quality of music we hear these days…

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