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Sevilla se une a In Bikes We Trust, sustituyendo el coche por bicicletas en desplazamientos oficiales cortos

El Ayuntamiento de Sevilla es el primer consistorio de España en adherirse a In Bikes We Trust, una campaña promovida por Santafixie Group y cuyo objetivo es fomentar el uso de la bicicleta en entornos urbanos. In Bikes We Trust dona bicicletas urbanas de forma gratuita a los Ayuntamientos de España que promueven el uso de la bicicleta si […]

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Let’s put to rest any doubt about Apple’s ability to innovate

Wall Street, Wall Street. Doesn’t the world have enough to worry about?

You can stop worrying about Apple. If you didn’t know it before the company’s Sept. 12 hardware announcements, you should know now that Apple was not a one-man band before Steve Jobs died in 2011. It may have lost a little of Jobs’ showmanship, but Apple’s powerhouse design teams are still hard at work – and doing just fine, thank you.

To wit: The Apple design team significantly boosted pixels per inch (the specification that determines whether a display is marketed as a Retina display), resolution and screen area on the iPhone X compared to the iPhone 8 Plus. At the same time, Apple made the iPhone X’s overall size almost 18% smaller than the 8 Plus. You don’t make that kind of technological advance in opposing directions if you’re just banging one out for the bottom line.

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Let’s put to rest any doubt Apple can’t innovate

Wall Street, Wall Street. Doesn’t the world have enough to worry about?

You can stop worrying about Apple. If you didn’t know it before the company’s Sept. 12 hardware announcements, you should know now that Apple was not a one-man band before Steve Jobs died in 2011. It may have lost a little of Jobs’ showmanship, but Apple’s powerhouse design teams are still hard at work – and doing just fine, thank you.

To wit: The Apple design team significantly boosted pixels per inch (the specification that determines whether a display is marketed as a Retina display), resolution and screen area on the iPhone X compared to the iPhone 8 Plus. At the same time, Apple made the iPhone X’s overall size almost 18% smaller than the 8 Plus. You don’t make that kind of technological advance in opposing directions if you’re just banging one out for the bottom line.

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