Apple and Amazon recently partnered up to officially bring Apple products to Amazon. The effort is called, simply, and three are big savings to be found. I winced when I saw the Cylinder Mac Pro on the page. Imagine new users unaware seeing that machine not realizing it’s from 2013, thinking, “hey it’s a pro Mac”, it must be really powerful. With the new mini and iMac Pro maybe it’s time to get rid of the Cylinder? The Mini in tests crushes or matches the Cylinders performance, and trashes it in GPU if an eGPU is added to the Mini (with TB2 the Cylinder can’t use eGPUs effectively).
Being beat by Apple’s low end Mac is an embarrassment. Fantastic christmas desktop wallpaper for mac. The can’t make a lot from the low selling Cylinder, why keep advertising it, the bad publicity ain’t worth it (Ahrendts runs Apple internet sales, so I assume this new Amazon page, does she know about the Cylinders performance downsides.? Top selling items from Amazon during Turkey Week: 1) Amazon Dot Home Spy 2) AncestryDNA 3) Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones (suck it, Beats!) 4) “Becoming” by Michelle Obama (suck it, xenophobes!) 5) Jenga – a classic for the ages 6) Instant Pot Duo60 I would not expect to see Apple devices on a top seller list because as we all know Cook is trying hard to move Apple from an easy-to-use computer brand for everyone into a fashion first premium price product that seldom offers the best value anymore.
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Big Deal Effelon For Ipad For Macbook
“A growing political scandal in Turkey threatens to involve the country’s prime minister, a key player in a program to purchase $4 billion worth of iPads for thousands of schools, which in turn was a major motive for Apple’s plans to open a retail store in the country early next year,” Gary Allen reports for ifoAppleStore. “Three ministers resigned Christmas night in the face of corruption allegations, and they called on prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to also resign. If Erdogan does leave office, it could put the iPad deal in jeopardy, and leave the nearly-finished and high-profile Apple store with vastly fewer customers.” “It was Erdogan who visited Apple’s headquarters last year, reportedly to negotiate the purchase of 12 million iPads for the country’s schools,” Allen reports. “It’s believed that as part of the iPad purchase agreement, the company also agreed to open a retail store in Istanbul, despite the country’s minuscule market share for Apple products. CEO Tim Cook will reportedly fly to Turkey next February to finalize the iPad deal with Turkish officials.” Read more in the full article. Related article: – December 24, 2013.
It certainly was a deal to good to be true. Par for the course for Tim Cook. In a somewhat similar deal Motorola and Nokia had also gotten involved with the Uzan Clan and Telsim Communications in Turkey back around 2002-2004 and Motorola and Nokia got stiffed out of about $4 billion dollars. As soon as I heard it was Turkey, I figured it was going to go bad for Apple. Turkey is just filled with crooks trying to pass themselves off as legitimate businessmen. Might as well forget about those iPads for education.