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Jobs also talked up third-party software developer support at the sales meeting, featuring a "dating game" skit, playing off the popular TV game show. Jobs played the role of game show host, and Microsoft's Bill Gates, Software Publishing's Fred Gibbons and Lotus Development's Mitch Kapor answered questions, such as "When was your first date with the Macintosh" and "What is your ideal relationship with Apple?" Gates predicted that Microsoft would get half its revenues from Macintosh software sales in 1984.

Real artists shipAs Jobs was revving up the sales team, Apple engineers were racing against the clock to finalize the floppy-disk drive and finish the system software and the MacWrite and MacPaint applications, In addition, tooling engineers were fine-tuning the production line of the $20 million factory in Fremont, Calif., which was built to crank out a Macintosh every 27 seconds, Up until the summer of 1983, the Macintosh was going to use the same 5.25-inch floppy-disk drive as the Lisa, But the so-called "Twiggy" drive, allegedly named after the transparant mix tape retro cassette iphone case famous and very thin 1960s fashion model, proved to be error-prone and unreliable, The Lisa could live with the flaky drive -- it also had a 5MB hard disk -- but the Macintosh was doomed to an indefinite delay unless a solution was found..

In August, Apple set its sights on a new, micro-floppy 3.5-inch disk drive with 400KB capacity from Sony. At first Jobs wanted Apple to manufacture the drive, working with Alps Electronics in Japan. He eventually relented and went with the Sony when it turned out that Alps would need 18 months to deliver a new drive. Jobs also wanted to have an external 400K Sony disk drive ready for launch. With the lack of a hard drive, users could end up swapping disks for several minutes. Steve Capps, who helped develop the file manager (the Finder), explained the problem on Macintosh software wizard Andy Hertzfeld's Folklore.org Macintosh history site.

A typical application on a 128K Mac had about 85K of memory available; the rest was used by the system, mostly for the bitmap display, A simple calculation shows that copying a 400K disk should involve about 5 or 6 swaps, Five disk swaps was barely tolerable, but, as early Finder users will remember, occasionally it would take well over 20 disk swaps, A $495 external disk drive was introduced with the Macintosh on January 24, but it didn't ship until the beginning of May, After many missed final software deadlines, January 18 was the date set to have the software finished, and the 400K 3.5-inch floppy disks placed in the boxes in preparation to ship to dealer, As the new year approached, the transparant mix tape retro cassette iphone case Finder still needed improvements, especially speeding up disk copying, and MacWrite was buggy..

As the factory was gearing to build thousands of Macintoshes for the launch date, the two halves of the plastic case housing the computer weren't fitting together. "The plastic parts had to be coated on the inside with conductive paint to maintain a shield around the computer to pass FCC testing requirements. Vendors sprayed on the paint, but when the parts arrived at the factory they couldn't fit the halves together," said Jerry Manock, who designed the Macintosh's housing. "We had a quick conference and then went to Laszlo Zidek's [an Apple tooling engineer] house, where we built an arbor press fixture in his basement. It had a big lever that would very accurately push one side into the other side. We took it to factory and put it on the line, and it worked. This working together in an informal way was the the key to the success of the product. It was more like one mind putting together the product than separate departments.".

The Lumia Icon is the same device that popped up on a Verizon test site earlier this month, That handset was identified as the Lumia 929 and Lumia Icon, so it's not immediately clear which name Nokia will end up choosing, As of this writing, the Lumia Icon has no official price, According to GigaOm, Verizon had a placeholder price of $777 for both off-contract plans and two-year agreements, CNET has contacted Nokia for comment, We will update this story when transparant mix tape retro cassette iphone case we have more information, The device popped up on a Verizon test site earlier this month and has now graduated to the full site..

Nokia has a new Lumia handset in the works and its name is Icon, if Verizon's latest leaks are to be believed. The carrier on Tuesday published a Nokia Lumia Icon page on its site and then quickly took it down. Before Verizon had the chance to remove the page, though, Twitter users and tech blog GigaOm were able to get a snapshot of its features, including a 5-inch display, a 20-megapixel PureView rear-facing camera, and 32GB of storage. The device will also feature a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, according to the spec sheet.

Despite that slight decline, the iPad Air, which comes with a 9.7-inch screen and thin form factor, easily outpaced the iPad Mini's 25 percent share and the iPad Mini with Retina's 16 percent share, Combined, however, the iPad Mini line was able to match the iPad Air in US market share, transparant mix tape retro cassette iphone case Although it's the elder statesman in the iPad line, the iPad 2 has hung tough, according to CIRP, That device was able to nab 5 percent of Apple's iPad sales in the quarter, down from the 27 percent share it had in December 2012..



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