There are more and more knock-offs (Shanzhai 山寨 in Chinese) coming out of China, the authenticity of these products are getting better and better. Of course I'm only referring to the esthetic appearance and not the quality or workmanship. The latter is the reason why counterfeit goods are worth while business for those involved. In most cases counterfeit sellers are trying to scam people looking to buy the real thing. In the past clothing was the most popular counterfeited products, but as more and more authentic clothing brands begin to manufacture their products in China, counterfeiters no longer have the advantage of cheaply made goods. These factories begin to produce extra pieces to sell in the gray-market or they start to sell rejected items as factory-outlet items.

The counterfeiters in the late 1980's began going into imitating brand name handbags. Selling counterfeit versions in mainland China shops at 10% of the authentic brand's retail price. For the keen eyed buyers they can tell the difference between the real and counterfeit items. Some of these counterfeit models don't even exist with the authentic brands; in most cases the pattern, colour or their combinations are the difference.

In recent years these differences between counterfeit and authentic handbags draw smaller and smaller. In many mainland China handbag shops selling counterfeit versions, will display real retail catalogues from the brands for customers to choose. This serves to demonstrate to the customers that the model/colour/pattern and combinations do indeed exist from the respective authentic brands, it also help them avoid carrying too many counterfeit items at the store premises.

So far these counterfeit consumer items from mainland China have not hurt anyone other than the original brand/copyright holders. But ever since Hong Kong's SARS outbreak, mainland Chinese counterfeiters have started to produce fake food products. These items actually hurt people who consume these fake food; in many cases causing deaths.

In 2008 the biggest scandal was the contaminated powder milk, as a result creating a gray-market for authentic powder milk from Japan sold in Hong Kong. Many stores in Hong Kong, who never sold powder milk began to sell imported Japan manufactured powder milk. With the events on March 11th, it causes all Japanese manufactured powder milk to be sold out in Hong Kong mostly due to the mass purchasing by mainland Chinese gray-marketers.

In the past several years counterfeit products in another industries have also matured. Mainland Chinese counterfeiters begin making fake Apple products and other hot selling electronic items from various manufactures. These fake products are so real from their appearances that it is often hard to tell the difference until one begins to use them.

Using the fake Apple iPad 1, fake Apple iPhone 4, fake Apple MacBook Air or fake Apple Smart Cover, you will immediately realize they are counterfeits. Of course their retail prices will often give them away. These fake Apple products are usually sold at 50% of the authentic items' retail prices; except in the case of the Apple Smart Covers.

So how can the brands fight back? Is lawsuit the answer? Can foreign government treaties stop the counterfeiting? Not likely.

The tactic most brands take is to open their own stores in mainland China, making their respective products easier to acquire by Chinese consumers. This is an effect stop gap for counterfeit products, because in most cases Chinese consumers do want to purchase authentic items. But by the time these items are imported into China and local retailers add their markups, the retail prices are just too high.

Recently Abercrombie & Fitch lost a lawsuit against a mainland China retailer, in which A&F claims the retailer of selling counterfeit A&F products. You would think since there are no authorized resellers for A&F products in Asia, A&F's claims should be easy to proof and win. That was not the case, because during the hearing the A&F expert could not tell the difference between the counterfeit and the authentic A&F products.

Did this failed lawsuit deterred A&F? No, A&F will open their first Asia retail store in Hong Kong 2012, taking over the space previously occupied by Shanghai Tang at one of Hong Kong's most historic building, Pedder Building, and paying HKD7 million per month in rent for the privilege. Gap will also do the same; although not Asia's first, and opens around the corner in the vicinity at the heart of Hong Kong's business and high end retail district. I hope A&F will take this opportunity to bring their other sister brands: Gilly Hicks Sydney and Hollister California to Hong Kong.

The 12,700 square foot Pedder Building retail space will be smaller than the 15,000 square foot space soon to be occupy by Apple for their first Apple Store at IFC Mall Q4 2011 and their second Apple Store of 20,000 square foot at Hysan Place for 2012.

Will these actions by the major brands finally stop the counterfeiting? Only time will tell.

Apple released a press release confirming the dates of the phase 2 launch of the iPad 2 in 25 more countries.

In doing so, Apple finally offer a release date; kind of (at least the month), for Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore.

...iPad 2 with Wi-Fi will be available in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK on March 25 for a suggested retail price of $499 (US) for the 16GB model, $599 (US) for the 32GB model, $699 (US) the 64GB model. iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G will be available for a suggested retail price of $629 (US) for the 16GB model, $729 (US) for the 32GB model and $829 (US) for the 64GB model. iPad 2 will be available in Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and additional countries in April, and in many more countries around the world in the coming months. Further international availability and pricing will be announced at a later date.

After months of speculations from various web sites: iLounge, Fast Company, 9 to 5 Mac, Mashable and The Unofficial Apple Weblog The day for Apple to review the punch line to their statement in the invitation is finally here.

Come see what 2011 will be the year of.

At 10:00 this morning (US Pacific Time) Steve Jobs reviewed the new "iPad 2". In short it is faster, lighter and more feature rich than the previous generation. Along with the new iPad Jobs and company also announced the release of Photo Booth, FaceTime, iMovie and GarageBand for the iPad. The latter two will be available at USD4.99 via the iTunes App Store. All of these along with iOS 4.3 will be available March 11th, and the prices of all 6 models remain the same with the new version. iOS 4.3 will be available for iPad, iPhone 4 (GSM), iPod Touch (3G and 4G). The most significant feature; that I look forward to, will be the Hotspot feature. This will allow the iPhone 4 or iPod Touch (3G and 4G) create a WiFi hotspot for up to 5 devices.

Specifications iPad 1 iPad 2
CPU 1GHz Single core Apple A4 1GHz Dual core Apple A5
LCD Screen Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels at 132 pixels ppi
Dimensions (HxWxD) 9.56" x 7.47" x 0.5" 242.8mm x 189.7mm x 13.2mm 9.50" x 7.31" x 0.34" 241.2mm x 185.7mm x 8.8mm
Weight 1.6 lb. (730g) 1.33 lb. (601g)
Colours None
  • Black
  • White
Radios
  • Wi-Fi + 3G model: UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz); GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
  • Wi-Fi + 3G for Verizon model: CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900 MHz)
Storage
  • 16GB
  • 32GB
  • 64GB
Sensors
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Three-axis gyro
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light sensor
Cameras None
  • Back camera: Video recording, HD (720p) up to 30 frames per second with audio; still camera with 5x digital zoom
  • Front camera: Video recording, VGA up to 30 frames per second with audio; VGA-quality still camera
  • Photo and video geotagging over Wi-Fi

With iPad 2 we also see that the availability of two new accessories for the iPad: Apple Digital AV Adapter and a Smart Cover.

The new Video Adapters joins the other video adapters Apple has for the iPad to support the iPad 2 video output:

  • Apple Digital AV Adapter or Apple VGA Adapter are able to provide video mirroring up to 1080p.
  • Apple Component AV Cable is able to provide video out at 576p and 480p.
  • Apple Composite AV Cable is able to provide video out at 576i and 480i.

Again Apple is doing a progressive roll out of the new iPad 2. Of course the US will get their first shipment on March 11th, with 26 or more countries on March 25th.

Phrase 2:
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • France
  • Germany
  • Japan
  • UK
Phrase 3:
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Greece
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Ireland
  • Hungary
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland

Unfortunately, this time Hong Kong is not part of the 2nd or 3rd phrase roll out.

Along with the announcement Jobs also wanted to emphasis a message to the consumers (and competitors in this market):

It's in Apple's DNA that technology is not enough. It's tech married with the liberal arts and the humanities. Nowhere is that more true than in the post-PC products. Our competitors are looking at this like it's the next PC market. That is not the right approach to this. These are post-PC devices that need to be easier to use than a PC, more intuitive.

Recommendations

The new iPad 2 is very impressive on paper and it has several cool features, but for someone who already owns an iPad (now 1G) this new version is not a worth while upgrade. Especially if your iPad is less than a year old. I personally will wait and see what the rumored iPad 3 will be like later this year.

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Over the past several years many have told me they are confused with iTunes; most of them are non-Macintosh users. So I decide to write this post in hope of giving, the many whom I have yet to speak to about this topic, some guidance. To understand how to work with iTunes you will first need to understand the terminologies associate with iTunes.

Definitions

The music management application installed on your computer is called "iTunes". Within the application you have access to the "iTunes Store", where you can purchase apps for iOS devices, and depending on the country you live in, you may be able to purchase music tracks, rent or purchase movies and TV shows.

To access your iTunes Store account you will need an Apple ID. An Apple ID is initially created to be the same as your account's primary email address. Although you cannot change your Apple ID after it has been created, you can change the "Primary Email Address" for your Apple ID account as many times as you want. You can also add additional "Alternative Email Addresses" to your account after you have associated a "Primary Email Address".

If you do not know whether you have an Apple ID or if you want to create a new Apple ID, you can use Apple's web page to accomplish this. This is also one of the many places where you can change the "Primary Email Address" and default mailing address.

The Details

In the past music tracks purchased through iTunes are copy protected using Apple's own digital rights management (DRM) software, FairPlay. This DRM protection is enforced by the record labels rather than Apple. It is fortunate that Apple and the record labels were able to come to an agreement, which Apple announced on January 6, 2009, where they will no longer apply DRM protection to music tracks purchased from iTunes Store.

This DRM requirement is similar to the thinking record labels have behind restrictions place on Apple to prevent them from selling the same music tracks on all iTunes Stores around the world. Unfortunately the agreement Apple has with the record labels in 2009 does not remove the geographic restrictions on selling music tracks. That is why some iTunes Stores do not have a music section. The movie studios and TV networks also have similar geographic restrictions on Apple, therefore some iTunes Stores do not have movie and TV show sections.

Even though Apple removed DRM protection from their tracks sold through iTunes Store, if you did not upgrade your music tracks to the higher quality (192bits) AAC format of these tracks purchased prior to January 6, 2009, they will still be DRM protected. So to allow these tracks to be played on computers or one of the associated iOS devices, the copy of iTunes installed on the computer needs to be Authorized by the Apple ID from which the music tracks were purchased with. This requirement also applies to any purchases of iOS apps and movies.

Fortunately, iTunes allows itself to be "authorized" by multiple Apple IDs, and "authorizing" the iTunes on a computer is not the same as logging into an iTunes Store account, these are separate actions and doing either should not effect the other. It is also important to remember that the actual Apple ID of an account may be different from the "Primary Email Address".

The concept of Apple ID, iTunes and iTunes Store can be executed much better. It is definitely not one of Apple's best implementations. I hope this post becomes a start to help those working with their iTunes and accompany media.

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In the past Apple online store had held one day sales event for "Black Friday" (aka "Boxing Day", the day after Christmas). Usually any other times Apple products are rarely discounted; unless it is through the Corporate or Education sites or refurbished items. So it is a bit surprising to receive a Sale event announcement from Apple Hong Kong this morning. Let along a one day sale event from Apple HK. The email announcement detailed their first ever Chinese New Year 2011 one day sale event to be held on Friday, January 14th in their online store. There are currently no additional details about the deals, discounts or products included in the one-day-sale event. Visiting the page on Apple HK online store right now, one will see a message asking visitors to return on Friday for details.

Over the past 3 years Apple Inc. has taken the heat on pushing the adoption of the W3C standard, HTML5, for all web based development. They have even been taken to court for not allowing competitor's technology (Flash) on their platform (iOS). Recently to avoid any more blame for flaws in these 3rd party technologies, they have stopped pre-installing them on all hardware products they ship.

Now the companies behind these other technologies are showing signs of support for Apple's directions. Are Microsoft shifts away from Silverlight and Adobe announcing the HTML5 Video Player widget indications that Apple rivals in the HTML5 war are finally given up?

This recent Microsoft decision is in line with their statement 4 years ago stating that, what they had done with Internet Explorer for the past 6 version were wrong and IE8 is the start of HTML5 compliancy.

Recently Microsoft released beta version of IE9 at PDC, which will be even more compliant with HTML5 than any previous versions of Internet Explorer.

The mess that are current web sites is really the fault of Microsoft. For creating browsers (IE) that are too tolerant of HTML coding mistakes and non-conformation to the HTML standards. Microsoft also provided web developers with technologies (ASP, etc.) and tools (.NET) that are not W3C standards. Along with the prevalent of Microsoft technologies in the 3rd world countries, these created a low cost labour force that further propagates non-standards web sites and applications. Fortunately with Apple's and other members of W3C efforts web site and applications owners are finally demanding HTML5 compliance.

Microsoft's statement about HTML5 is not to say they are abandoning Silverlight, Silverlight is still the development environment for their Windows 7 Phone platform. What they are saying is that HTML5 is Microsoft's future directions for true cross platform compatibility. This is a significant message to all web site and application owners. In the past these owners are only focused on the platform [Windows] they felt majority of the computing users are using. Now they are told that if they want to future prove their products and services they should focus on HTML5.

As for Adobe, they are not giving up on Flash either. They released the HTML5 Video Player widget because their users [developers] are demanding ways to be compatible with the iOS platform; it being the largest consumer of HTML5 content at the moment. I'm sure they are also aware of the efforts YouTube, Vimeo and others are doing to make their respective sites compliant with HTML5. One of the largest video sharing site, YouKu, serving the largest population in the world made their site compatible with on the iOS platform in July this year.

In the same month, we saw one of the largest online business migrating to HTML5; the porn industry. The adult film studio Digital Playground announces it will convert its mobile sites to HTML5. History teaches us that when the porn industry puts its supports behind a technology all competitive technologies will eventually disappear. Case in point is the VHS and Beta video cassette tape format war.

If you know me I am a strong proponent of standards compliance, I first express my opinions publicly with my article Compatibility. So I am very happy to see HTML5 is showing signs of wining the war. This will results in better build web sites and applications in the long run. Content will finally be separated from the technologies they are served in. How? I will leave this as a topic for another article.

Today I have my first hands-on with the brand new MacBook Air (MBA) that Apple released last Wednesday, October 20 (US PDT). Until I touch it myself I did not appreciate how thin this latest revision of the MBA is. As we all know from Apple's specifications the thickest part of the MBA is 0.68 inch and tapering to 0.11 inch at its thinest part. The 11-inch weights in at 2.3 lbs (1.06 kg) and the 13-inch weights in at a 2.9 lbs (1.32 kg).

The main differences between the 11-inch and the 13-inch aside from prices, obvious screen size and physical dimensions are:

Features 11-inch 13-inch
The Intel Core 2 Duo CPU Speed either 1.4GHz or 1.6GHz either 1.86GHz or 2.13GHz
L2 Cache 3MB 6MB
Internal storage (SSD) either 64GB or 128GB either 128GB or 256GB
Apple estimated battery life 5 hours 7 hours
Expansion Slot None SD Card Slot

The CPU differences is not that significant except when comparing the lowest configuration 11-inch to the highest configuration 13-inch. Even then user will not notice the differences unless they are running applications that stress the CPU.

A significant difference between the two MBA sizes is their L2 cache sizes. The 13-inch MBA models have twice as much L2 cache compared to the 11-inch models. L2 cache is what the CPU use to remember instructions while the CPU communicates with the relatively slower RAM. The more L2 cache the faster the CPU is able to perform its tasks.

Unless you do not intend to store much data (files: documents, photos, music or movies) internally on the MBA while you're on the go, you should buy the largest storage possible. This is because Apple did not use a SSD inside the new MBA due to space considerations. Instead they used Flash memory chips soldered onto a custom build daughter card to the motherboard. Therefore aftermarket upgrades to the MBA internal storage will most likely not be available. Plus there is a sticker on the card indicating any tempering will result in voiding the AppleCare warrantee.

Battery life is something to consider but unless you do not charge the MBA every night you the 5 hours and 7 hours difference should not be a factor for choosing the 13-inch over the 11-inch. Of course the safety of extra battery life is always nice to have.

The option of directly plug a SD Memory Card into the MBA like the latest MacBook Pro models is always convenient. Aside from not wasting a USB port to plug in a memory card reader there is no memory card reader to loose or carry around.

The 13-inch models screen sizes are 28% larger by area than the 11-inch but only a bit over 1 inch wider and taller. For some, this extra 28% of screen real estate may be the decision factor to make one choose the 13-inch over the 11-inch.

Although the new MBA is very thin it is constructed very well. Its unibody construction gives it the same Apple quality feel as any other Macs. Since it is also made out of the aluminum like all other Apple notebooks a case will be required to prevent scratches. At the moment no manufacture has made a case custom designed for the new MBA.

The MacBook Air line has never been ideal as one's only primary computer, but in the past it features had not differentiate it from the other Macintosh as a good secondary portable computer. With its new design it serves well sitting in the Apple product line between the iPad and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.

The new MBA is catered for the individual who needs a very light portable Macintosh where the tasks s/he like to perform are not achievable on the iPad. For people who need only to surf the Internet, process emails and make minor edits to documents, the iPad may be a better choice. With iPad apps continue to mature and advance the MBA's target audiences may grow smaller and smaller in the next year.

It is very likely Apple will discontinue the MacBook or transition it to be only sold to Educational customers.

On Wednesday, October 20, 10:00 (US PDT) Apple hosted their "Back to the Mac" event in Cupertino, California, USA. During the event they introduced the new iLife '11 with the same suite of 5 applications: iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, iWeb, iDVD. They also gave a sneak peek of the next Mac OS X version 10.7 (aka "Lion") and FaceTime for Mac. The "one more thing" as this announcement was the brand new MacBook Air (late 2010).

iPhoto '11

Most features are the same here. Steve Jobs highlighted the following features:

  • New full screen modes
  • Facebook enhancements
  • Emailing Photos
  • New slideshows
  • Big leap in books
  • Letterpress cards

Apple greatly enhanced the user experience of creating photo books. With the addition of Letterpress cards this will challenge the needs to purchase physical cards any more.

iMovie '11

Apple added some very impressive features to this version. Jobs highlighted the following:

  • All new audio editing
  • One step effects
  • People Finder
  • News and sports themes
  • Movie trailers

Of the five applications in the suite iMovie '11 enhancements seem to be most impressive to me. Apple added audio graph to every clip view, including the Project view. The new audio editing feature is of professional quality, with very simply interface for adding special effects to audio.

Apple added iPhoto Faces facial recognition technology to iMovie, giving the new Movie Trailers feature the ability to isolate clips of a given individual simply selecting their name.

Speaking of Movie Trailer, this is a new feature that makes creating quick trailer to a movie very simply. Not sure how practical it is for home movies. I guess in the case of home movies these are not trailers but the actual movie you will want to share with family and friends. Because we all know how boring watching someone else's home movie can be.

This Movie Trailer feature comes with a storyboard to guide the user through the creation of the trailer, but there is no mention of how easy it is to customize those storyboards aside from changing the text in each.

GarageBand '11

Most of the features here are the same. Jobs highlighted the following for GarageBand '11:

  • Flex Time
  • Groove Matching
  • More guitar amps & effects
  • New piano & guitar lessons
  • "How Did I Play?"

The Flex Time and Groove Matching appear to be great enhancements for musician, but since I'm not a musician I cannot comment fairly on it. That applies to the other highlighted features also.

iWeb '11

There are not much that was changed. Apple added the ability to add widgets to web pages. They supply nine of them:

  • Adding photos from MobileMe Gallery
  • Embed YouTube videos
  • Google Map
  • Google AdSense integration
  • Take photos using the iSight camera
  • Capturing movies with the iSight camera
  • Add a countdown clock
  • Create a RSS feed
  • Include HTML code snippet

I kind of hoping that Apple releases an application to create interactive iBooks, and enhance audio content for iTunes Store. May be next version.

As always iLife '11 will be shipped free of charge along with each new Mac and the upgrade price is USD49.00 (HKD448.00) for Single User and USD79.99 (HKD688.00) for the Family Pack.

FaceTime on Mac

Finally FaceTime will be available on the Mac. Although in beta right at the moment, users will be able to FaceTime with iPhone 4's and iPod Touch 4G when it is released. If you have a Mac or one of the new compatible iOS device you can download the beta to try.

Mac OS 10.7 (aka "Lion")

Nothing much can be said since it was just a sneak peek at the OS. As Steve Jobs explains, iOS is based on OS X and now it is time for OS X user interface to be redefined base on lessons learnt from iOS. Details of what to expect can be best seen in Apple's video. It is expect to release in the Summer 2011.

One new addition to OS 10.7 that we get end of this year is the new Mac App Store. This new store will be similar to the App Store that existed for the iOS devices. Apple will offer the same deal to developers and developers will have to apply to have their apps included in the App Store.

The idea of the Mac App Store is great and has been discussed since the appearance of the App Store for iOS devices, but how well will developers receive this new method of distributing their apps? Given the troubles many have encountered with the current App Store approval process. I'm sure the smaller software developers will welcome the idea, but the adoption of the Mac App Store but large software developers like many of Apple's competitors: Adobe, Microsoft and Google, will be a sign of approval for this approach.

What happens for software that are not distributed through the App Store? Are they placed in a sandbox on the user's Mac? We will not know until Apple begins to release more information regarding the Mac App Store.

For Macintosh users the Mac App Store will be a huge step towards a ease of mind. The user no longer have to rely on the software to check for updates, or manually search for these potential updates themselves. Not sure if this approach will eliminate malwares, given the number of hacks that existed in apps that got pass Apple's App Store screeners.

For the latter, does Apple have some new method up its sleeves? I just hope that Apple can do a better job than the iOS App Store approval process.

With the Mac App Store Apple will finally closes off the last hole for their products, they will be able to maintain total control of the user experience for their products. For long time Mac users this should not be a surprise, it has always been Steve Jobs [Apple's] gaol from the start. Some may call this a "wall-garden" and some may call this a "peace of mind".

MacBook Air (Late 2010)

This is Apple's thinnest and smallest Mac they've ever made. The thickest part is only a mere 0.68 inch and it tappers to an incredible 0.11 inch.

All MacBook Air models will come with the following:

  • Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3MB on-chip shared L2 cache
  • 2GB of RAM on board and an maximum of 4GB
  • NVIDIA GeForce 320M with 256MB shared memory
  • 2 USB 2.0 ports
  • headphone jack
  • a built-in microphone
  • Airport Extreme WiFi (802.11n that is 802.11a/b/g compatible)
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR

The battery life on these new MacBook Air is very impressive. A conservative estimate with wireless web surfing during testing gives a battery life of 7 hours on the 13-inch, 5 hours on the 11-inch and a staggering 30 days standby time for both.

Screen Size CPU Speed Solid State Drive Price (USD) Price (HKD)
11.6 inch 1.4 GHz 64 GB $999.00 $7588.00
11.6 inch 1.4 GHz 128 GB $1199.00 $9088.00
13.3 inch 1.86 GHz 128 GB $1299.00 $9888.00
13.3 inch 1.86 GHz 256 GB $1599.00 $12,488.00

In the past because the MacBook Air does have a built-in optical drive, it was difficult to reinstall the OS. With the release of the new models Apple has decided to ship a Software Reinstall (USB flash) Drive with each MacBook Air.

From the gallery of images on Apple.com for the new MacBook Air, they review what appears to be a SD card slot on the right side of the MacBook Air, like those available on MacBook Pro since mid-2009. Strangely there is no mention of such a slot in the Tech Specs on the site.

[Updated: October 21, 2010, 10:00] The apparent difference is that the 11-inch models do not come with a SD Card Expansion Slot where as the 13-inch models do. This can be clearly seen on Apple's MacBook Air comparison page for the new models.

You can watch the full keynote on Apple's Events web site.

Please bookmark and come back to this place on Since Apple is Live streaming their "Back to the Mac" event on Wednesday, Oct. 20th, 10:00 (US PDT) for my live coverage of Apple's "Back to the Mac" event I will add my opinion in a separate post afterwards.

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