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thedeejay

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You know what's interesting is that I just remembered reading an article that stated that when Steve Jobs passed he had left behind a timeline of products and projects for 4 years. So I'm wondering, isn't iOS 7 a change that had been planned for quite some time now?
 

Holty123

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Quite possible and yes i remember to quote i'm sure Steve would have had his input and would probably not agree on everything in ios7 if he was still alive
 
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Ram27

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I thought it was much longer than 4 years.

Like he had the idea for notebooks in the 80s but didn't have the technology yet.
 
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Shrink

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Feb 26, 2011
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You know what's interesting

No...what?

Oh, sorry. More "what would Steve" think stuff.

Just a quick point...he's dead, and no one has any idea what he would have thought of anything.

Isn't it time to stop this nonsense?

Just a question...:)
 
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gadget123

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You know what's interesting is that I just remembered reading an article that stated that when Steve Jobs passed he had left behind a timeline of products and projects for 4 years. So I'm wondering, isn't iOS 7 a change that had been planned for quite some time now?

No I think we could have seen Scott Forstall sacking and the maps fiasco ect..

We know Jobs never really wanted Ipad mini.

Tim Cook has a different vision it seems. Jobs did tell him he should do what he wanted to do though didn't he?

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Jobs would have never approved iOS Rainbow Edition.

A rainbow about sums it up.
 
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