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an Apple engineer explains how they developed the new 2015 Macbook and the day Tim Cook saw it for the first time. Original Source: Risitas y las paelleras: ...
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Apple puts a lot of work into explaining the new iPhone 11 in as few words as possible.
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A core part of what makes Apple Apple is its organization structure; Tim Cook has said it will never change. However, if Apple is serious about being a services company, change it must.
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