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- proper n. A nickname for New York City, usually “the Big Apple”.
- proper n. A multimedia corporation (Apple Corps) and record company (Apple Records) founded by the Beatles.
- proper n. Name of the company Apple Inc., formerly Apple Computer, that produces computers and other digital devices.
- proper n. A computer produced by the company Apple Inc.
- proper n. A female given name.
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And you'll be either someone who talks about it and agonizes about it, talks down to your local apple fanboys about how Apple is deliberately putting out bad product, or be rational about it.
I think my iphone is my favorite apple product, but I've liked every Apple product that I've ever tried.
I had no idea that apple could create programs with bugs in them. insert comment about Apple stealing ideas from Microsoft here
From an investor point of view if you own apple stock or are considering in purchasing Apple stock you will need to assume that he is not coming back.
And bnew ones are readily available at any time from apple.com or your local Apple authorized retailer?
That said, I'll probably be in Chicago next week, so I might swing by the apple store and ask if there's a version of Leopard that will play nice with my Apple.
BOULDEN: Now if The Beatles win this case, we could see apple computer forced to take the Apple and the Apple brand off of all the iTunes products that we see and off of the Web site, or they could actually be forced to spin iTunes off completely from Apple -- Carol.
I do find it interesting that people defend apple so much and tell everyone to boycott Microsoft with Apple is the biggest proponent of DRM files that limit sharing and expansion of small artists and free music.
APPLE: Don't forget that Apple has actually had to deal with this before, when it first ousted Jobs in 1985 over his disagreements with then-CEO John Sculley about the direction of the company.
End of story - Apple gets back its secret IPhone - �Apple finally gets back its no longer super�secret�IPhone according to FoxNews.
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