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In its story about the pick, the magazine quoted an ad that attempted to answer the question “Will someone please tell me what a personal computer can do?”
“A personal computer, it says, can send letters at the speed of light, diagnose a sick poodle, custom-tailor an insurance program in minutes, test recipes for beer.”
It was an ad for Apple Computer.
New data shows that since Google launched its iOS mapping application, there has been a 30 percent bump in people upgrading their devices to Apple’s newest mobile operating system.
A great product doesn’t mean an expensive product. It means a fair price. The iPad mini is all the way down to $329. This isn’t an expensive product.