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Published 3 months ago with 9 Comments

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  • leweb
    +8

    Also outside of the classroom. Apple was a one-man phenomenon.

    • Gozzin (edited 3 months ago)
      +6

      It sure was. I doubt with it's dogle fest,it can win back people. And let's not even mention their price gouging.

      • leweb
        +3

        Not to mention their new macbooks have more or less the same specs than my 6-year old laptop. I can live with the dongles, but I'm not going to cough up a big load of cash to get the same thing I already have.

    • AdelleChattre
      +3

      Yes, and that man was Steve Wozniak.

      • leweb
        +4

        As a computer nerd, I have much respect for Wozniak. But the recent success of Apple was much more about design than computing, and that was Steve Jobs's specialty.

        • AdelleChattre
          +2

          It's true that Jobs rode Wozniak's coattails further than anyone could've predicted at the beginning.

    • drunkenninja
      +3

      Bad decision after bad decision with Apple these days. At least with Steve at the helm, he had a laser focused vision.

  • Sahara
    +2

    Not surprising. Chromebooks are way cheaper than iPads. It's most likely cost related.

  • Professional
    +2

    Google software integration is the key here. Districts across the nation are hooked on google services, so a chrome book only makes sense.

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