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I don't even use iTunes. Not even the remotest desire for an any Apple electronics.

word. my company is giving everyone an iphone 5 and restricting work email to that device... gonna hate carrying around a paperweight
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ssense FREE SHIPPING! for now... If you want one there basics sell fast.

There are always alternatives, or you could just run Windows through Parallels. Unless those applications are very CPU heavy you'll be fine, I could run all the games I have tried on my Macbook Retina quite fine. 
I am talking about professional applications used in industry. AutoCAD Architecture for example has no Mac version. Yet you have alternative on Mac but you still need to convert it and it always cause trouble all the time. Running Virtual machine sometimes just doesn't work. Virtual machine itself just occupy so much Memory and CPU. No one would spend 24 hours to render a picture under Mac + Parallel if they can do the same job just use windows and save a significant amount of time.
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I am talking about professional applications used in industry. AutoCAD Architecture for example has no Mac version. Yet you have alternative on Mac but you still need to convert it and it always cause trouble all the time. Running Virtual machine sometimes just doesn't work. Virtual machine itself just occupy so much Memory and CPU. No one would spend 24 hours to render a picture under Mac + Parallel if they can do the same job just use windows and save a significant amount of time.
Absolutely, if the program is required for your job, or even hobby then you should obviously get what works for you.
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Anybody purchase a good pair of slim chinos? ...Im searching

Both junhashimoto and Attachment (not KK Attachment) had really great pairs of slim chinos in their SS13 collections. Generally many of the less runway-like Japanese designer labels are reliable sources for this type of thing.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

If only brands were interested in producing slim chinos but, alas, the pickings are extremely slim. I guess we'll just have to wait until 60s style and dressing up catches up to see a profusion of offerings in that category.

We all know how much you love chinos.
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KKA trainers

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i don't use more than 3 perfumes at once since they spoil faster than I use them

they dont if you store them right.
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Originally Posted by andrewgreg View Post

I am talking about professional applications used in industry. AutoCAD Architecture for example has no Mac version. Yet you have alternative on Mac but you still need to convert it and it always cause trouble all the time. Running Virtual machine sometimes just doesn't work. Virtual machine itself just occupy so much Memory and CPU. No one would spend 24 hours to render a picture under Mac + Parallel if they can do the same job just use windows and save a significant amount of time.

dual boot? interestingly enough my (student) friends in architecture predominantly use Macs, but then again I don't see them in studio and I don't really understand architecture software anyways.
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I work at google and I would say a majority of people use apple laptops (well over 50%), engineers included. This is over windows or chrome capable machines. A majority of them use iPhones as well even though google gives out androids. I don't see any legitimacy in the argument that if you use apple products you're not tech savvy. There are some distinct advantages that iOS provides (particularly in security) which makes it sometimes preferred. Not always about hardware power or performance etc
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^get me a job at Google
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Flamewars continue winblows vs crapple blahblahblah noneyall know bout my CLI browsing


Edited by zapatiste - 8/2/13 at 8:30am
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i used both Macs and PCs at the same time for years. I had a PC at home and used a Mac at work. Next time I needed a personal computer I bought a Mac. I also just bought my first iPhone last year. I used a Droid phone before that. I would never go back. The differences aren't massive for the most part, but they're there. Apple products are just designed better in my opinion, from the exterior to the OS to the feel of everything. Personally I'm ok paying more for a product I like better, even if it's not really more functional for me at the end of the day (my emails still got sent out on PCs and my Droid). Same reason I spend more money on clothes. I would be just as clothed if I were wearing GAP and H&M, but I don't like the product as much. Just depends what you're willing to pay for.
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Apple products resale value is a lot better also, I put that into perspective when I choose to keep buying every iPhone upgrade even the s upgrades. Now Android have seem to catch up by OS, and hardware.
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nmdontgivea...
Edited by zapatiste - 8/2/13 at 8:30am
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Most of those examples are pretty weak and you could make a much bigger article about features Android copied from iOS – it was, after all, shifted from a Blackberry-style OS to a touchscreen slab OS due to insights gleamed by Eric Schmidt's privileged position on Apple's board of directors.

That said, this is really not the place to be having this discussion, period.
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