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Obviously not, but defending Apple with such voracity on OCN does stir up trouble. I just wonder why he doesn't just go post on MacRumors or something like I do. That way ruffled feathers and flame wars are evaded.
According to him, he is just looking out for grandma, because telling grandma to spend hundreds of extra dollars for the security through obscurity is the greatest form of security.
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8ight, Forum Viewer doesn't go into Apple thread to stir up trouble. He POSTS a hard majority of Apple threads. Look at the threads hes started.
Perhaps I should start posting Apple threads again, I do miss the attention rofl
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According to him, he is just looking out for grandma, because telling grandma to spend hundreds of extra dollars for the security through obscurity is the greatest form of security.
My grandmother actually has a Mac Mini thanks to me. She's 85 and can use it, and doesn't need to worry about security. Yep!

EDIT: I come into Apple threads to play Devil's advocate, it's fun.
 
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Take your Apple fanboyism elsewhere. Most people on OCN hate Apple to some degree, why must you always and I mean ALWAYS in EVERY Apple related thread stir up trouble? You surely must get a kick out of this or you're just needlessly raising your blood pressure and getting really mad.
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Well, it certainly isn't the first time apple has done this. Look at the app store. But they have the power to do it, and the means to do it. Even if the developer sued the "proverbial crap" out of Apple, for infringing on what he had made, Apple's deep pockets would outlast this guy in court. He's better off in this case with the plan of action being no action.
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The thing that really pisses me off about Apple is how their products are always supposedly the first to do everything... When they are not.

Remember when the iPhone first came out? They basically said it was the first phone you could talk, text, take a picture, watch a movie, surf the web, and listen to music on.

...I looked at my Windows Mobile phone and thought "well, *** have I been doing for 4 years then?"
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Apple did not make the 1st personal computer, but the Apple II ignited the personal computer revolution. They certainly made the 1st PC with public acceptance.

Yah when WM users saw the iPhone they still thought that WM was better, wheres WM now??? Dead?, yes because the iPhone is and was better for the huge majority of buyers.

iPhone was the first smartphone that consumers wanted. Not just because it was marketed well, but because consumers love the product.

I've had every wm mobile on tmobile and sprint starting with the smt 5600.... Now I have a touch pro 2. Show me how to subscribe to a podcast on wm 6.5, or sync music playlists, dropbox integration etc.

Safari was and is the best mobile browser. I hardly call using ie surfing the web, if you like it you have lower standards than me. Opera on WM is slightly better.

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The thing that really pisses me off about Apple is how their products are always supposedly the first to do everything... When they are not.

Remember when the iPhone first came out? They basically said it was the first phone you could talk, text, take a picture, watch a movie, surf the web, and listen to music on.

...I looked at my Windows Mobile phone and thought "well, *** have I been doing for 4 years then?"
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Safari was and is the best mobile browser. I hardly call using ie surfing the web, if you like it you have lower standards than me. Opera on WM is slightly better.
I agree with "was" but not "is." Dolphin on Android and Mercury on the iPhone blow Safari clean out of the water.
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Apple did not make the 1st personal computer, but the Apple II ignited the personal computer revolution. They certainly made the 1st PC with public acceptance.

Yah when WM users saw the iPhone they still thought that WM was better, wheres WM now??? Dead?, yes because the iPhone is and was better for the huge majority of buyers.

iPhone was the first smartphone that consumers wanted. Not just because it was marketed well, but because consumers love the product.

I've had every wm mobile on tmobile and sprint starting with the smt 5600.... Now I have a touch pro 2. Show me how to subscribe to a podcast on wm 6.5, or sync music playlists, dropbox integration etc.

Safari was and is the best mobile browser. I hardly call using ie surfing the web, if you like it you have lower standards than me. Opera on WM is slightly better.
My dad actually says he prefers his old Windows Mobile phone to his iPhone. Apparently a lot of the business-side functionality is lacking in the iPhone, which makes sense only because Windows Mobile was built primarily for the business world. Only reason he doesn't go back to his WM phone is that the battery is shot, and it doesn't have 3G.

Windows Mobile was dying before iPhone even released. There was basically zero competition at the time, and Microsoft couldn't be arsed to make it snappier. XDA-Developers is the reason I loved my WM phone so much, there were some ROM's that were blistering fast and very intuitive. HTC Sense was nice, but a little too bulky for the hardware at the time. Ever used the new Windows Mobile? Very slick, fast, and intuitive.

The iPhone was the first phone that the average consumer wanted. A market not previously aimed for by smartphone manufacturers.

You are able to do most of those things (and I did do most of those things, except for podcasts) on a Windows Mobile phone. You just had to Google the apps at the time, app stores hadn't become prevalent yet (I do give Apple some innovation points there, the App Store was a great idea).

Currently, Safari is merely a good mobile browser. When it came out it was definitely the best. Opera has always been strong (even in the WM days). Out of all the mobile browsers I've used, Dolphin on Android is the current crown holder.
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Aww, did someone get their feelings hurt recently? I'm flattered that you think about me in Apple threads. Still need to work on your cleverness though, I'm afraid. Originality, too. And ability to stay on topic.


The sheer amount of ignorance in Apple threads never ceases to amaze me. OF COURSE this guy is going to complain and say Apple is stealing his idea. He's about to lose out on tons of money from the Cydia store. There's no more need to buy his app.
This has nothing to do with Apple specifically. If the code is very similar then it's theft, plain and simple. At the very least this guy should subpoena for Apple's code so an expect can compare the two programs.

There was a similar lawsuit 20+ years ago between Motorola and Intel, and the experts reveals that Motorola literally copied and pasted large sections of the program, so there is precedent for something like this.

Oh, and as off-topic as that guy's post about you was, it was also dead-on, you're literally on every Apple thread, with your mouth firmly attached to their rear end. I don't see you defending other companies in any threads where people hate on them just like they do with Apple...
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