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GVGT Ang Moh video for @Leongsam IS APPLE DONE YET? Throw the craps Now!

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This Ang Moh still have not learned Linux, and still want to use iSO which is fully of craps and extortion and $$$ demands and Exploitation and restrictions. Fuck that!

Although he got one thing right which is STAY 100% AWAY from MicroSHIT!

Once people learned the Efficient Powerful & FAST & SMART way of Linux and enjoy it TOTALLY FREE without restriction and exploitation and have TOTAL FREEDOM OF HUGE AMOUNT OF CHOICES, they will not use anything else.

Fucking Gay Phone stole a version of Linux with is BSD and modified it will their own limitations and exploitation and impose CRAPS on their users to milk their $$$ that is called iOS = CRAP.

Linux gives you ALL of their source code = knowledge and technologies and ideas and solutions, you can read every line of their source codes! No secret! Cannot hide cannot exploit and CANNOT RESTRICT. If you don't like anything - you are totally free to ADD / REMOVE / MODIFY / RE-WRITE your very own system! Nobody can stop you and no cost / fee has to be paid! 100% FREEDOM! 100% Technology!

The more you use Linux the more things you will learn about computers and the smarter you will be by every minute of use. Gay Phone Inc iOS & Microshit are toxic and make you STUPID and reduce your IQ daily!
 
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Well Apple has a new product now n it seems to be focusing more on software. Maybe it will be a big revenue earner.
CNA Lifestyle
Will Apple’s new TV streaming service be available in Singapore and the rest of Asia? SHARE
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Will Apple’s new TV streaming service be available in Singapore and the rest of Asia?

BY GENEVIEVE SARAH LOH 25 MAR 2019
Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the brand new Apple TV+, along with a host of new subscription services. CNA Lifestyle was in California to find out more.


Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard at the launch of Apple tv+. (Photo: AFP/ Getty Images North America / Michael Short)

Apple unveiled a bevy of new subscription services with the help of Hollywood heavyweights Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, California on Monday morning (Mar 25).

The new line-up of products includes Apple TV+ (a streaming service with Apple's own star-studded original content); Apple News+ (news subscription service); Apple Arcade (a gaming subscription service) and the Apple Card (a credit card).

Tim Cook Apple+ launch
Apple CEO Tim Cook. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)
WHAT'S IN IT FOR US?

ADVERTISEMENT

But will these services actually be available in Singapore and the rest of Asia?

According to CEO Tim Cook, new streaming platform Apple TV+ which offers exclusive original shows, movies and documentaries, will be available in more than 100 countries after its official US debut in “autumn 2019”. For those living in non-temperate countries, that translates to September through to November.

As for exactly which countries are part of the 100, CNA Lifestyle understands that there is no official confirmation that Singapore or any other Asian country is on the list as of press time.

Pricing was also not announced, and is scheduled to be revealed later this year.

STAR-STUDDED APPEARANCES


Director Steven Spielberg, TV host Oprah Winfrey and Hollywood stars Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carrell and Jason Momoa all made appearances at the event that brought the Steve Jobs Theatre audience to its feet.

It was also the perfect platform for Cook to announce the company’s new Apple TV app and Apple TV channels, which will be available on the iPhone and iPad, and to Apple TV customers with a free software update this May.

Customers will be able to subscribe to Apple TV channels a la carte and watch them on the Apple TV app, with no additional apps, accounts or passwords required.

They’re in a billion pockets, folks. The whole world’s got them in its hand, and that represents a major opportunity.

Apple+ launch Jennifer Aniston Reese Witherspoon
Actresses Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)

Users will be able to watch new Apple TV channels – paying for only the services they want, all on demand. It will also be available both on and offline within the new, customised Apple TV app.

The app will offer suggestions for shows and movies from over 150 streaming apps, including Amazon Prime and Hulu, as well as pay TV services such as Canal+, Charter Spectrum, DIRECTV NOW and PlayStation Vue. Optimum and Suddenlink from Altice will be added later this year.

Apple+ launch Oprah Winfrey
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey has joined the Apple family. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)
According to Apple, these Apple TV channels include popular TV services such as HBO, Starz, SHOWTIME, CBS All Access, Smithsonian Channel, EPIX, Tastemade, Noggin, as well as new services like MTV Hits, with “more to be added over time around the world”. And it can all be shared via Family Sharing.

Later this year, customers with eligible VIZIO, Samsung, LG and Sony smart TVs will be able to play videos and other content from their iPhone or iPad directly to their smart TVs with AirPlay 2 support.

IS APPLE TV+ LIKE NETFLIX?

The line-up of star-studded original programming on Apple TV+ is declaration that Apple is charging out of the gate strong. But Cook made it very clear that Apple TV+ isn't Netflix – at least not yet.

The service will offer high-profile original content like Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s The Morning show; an Emily Dickinson half-hour series starring Hailee Steinfeld; an adaptation of the book Defending Jacob starring and executive produced by Captain America himself Chris Evans, and a based-on-a-true story CIA drama starring Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson.

It was also clear that Apple TV + did not forget about the kids with Big Bird making a surprise cameo to introduce the new show Helpsters, starring a new muppet called Cody.

The show is the product of Apple teaming up with Sesame Workshop (the non-profit media organisation behind the famed Sesame Street children's show) and will focus on teaching coding skills to preschoolers.

Apple+ launch Big Bird Sesame Street
Sesame Street's Bird Bird makes an appearance to introduce a new show that will focus on teaching coding skills to pre-schoolers. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)
But Apple TV+ will not offer licensed content; syndicated shows like The Big Bang Theory, Mr Robot or Seinfeld, which are available on Netflix. For now, users will still have to buy those shows through iTunes or via terrestrial cable app in Apple TV channels.

"We believe deeply in the power of creativity," said Cook on stage. "Great stories can change the world. We feel we can contribute something important to our culture and to our society through great storytelling."


Perhaps Winfrey summed things up perfectly. “They’re in a billion pockets, folks,” said the media mogul. “The whole world’s got them in its hand, and that represents a major opportunity.”

Winfrey has two documentaries in the works – Toxic Labour which looks at the effects of sexual harassment in the workplace and another untitled, multi-part documentary about mental health. She also announced a brand new format for her famous book club where she will be streaming her conversations with the authors.


"We all want to be heard, but we also need to listen ... to be able to harness our hopes and dreams and heal our divisions," she said.

"That is why I have joined forces with Apple. The Apple platform allows me to do what I do, in whole new way."

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Well Apple has a new product now n it seems to be focusing more on software. Maybe it will be a big revenue earner.
CNA Lifestyle
Will Apple’s new TV streaming service be available in Singapore and the rest of Asia? SHARE
TECH
Will Apple’s new TV streaming service be available in Singapore and the rest of Asia?

BY GENEVIEVE SARAH LOH 25 MAR 2019
Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the brand new Apple TV+, along with a host of new subscription services. CNA Lifestyle was in California to find out more.


Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard at the launch of Apple tv+. (Photo: AFP/ Getty Images North America / Michael Short)

Apple unveiled a bevy of new subscription services with the help of Hollywood heavyweights Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, California on Monday morning (Mar 25).

The new line-up of products includes Apple TV+ (a streaming service with Apple's own star-studded original content); Apple News+ (news subscription service); Apple Arcade (a gaming subscription service) and the Apple Card (a credit card).

Tim Cook Apple+ launch
Apple CEO Tim Cook. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)
WHAT'S IN IT FOR US?

ADVERTISEMENT

But will these services actually be available in Singapore and the rest of Asia?

According to CEO Tim Cook, new streaming platform Apple TV+ which offers exclusive original shows, movies and documentaries, will be available in more than 100 countries after its official US debut in “autumn 2019”. For those living in non-temperate countries, that translates to September through to November.

As for exactly which countries are part of the 100, CNA Lifestyle understands that there is no official confirmation that Singapore or any other Asian country is on the list as of press time.

Pricing was also not announced, and is scheduled to be revealed later this year.

STAR-STUDDED APPEARANCES


Director Steven Spielberg, TV host Oprah Winfrey and Hollywood stars Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carrell and Jason Momoa all made appearances at the event that brought the Steve Jobs Theatre audience to its feet.

It was also the perfect platform for Cook to announce the company’s new Apple TV app and Apple TV channels, which will be available on the iPhone and iPad, and to Apple TV customers with a free software update this May.

Customers will be able to subscribe to Apple TV channels a la carte and watch them on the Apple TV app, with no additional apps, accounts or passwords required.

They’re in a billion pockets, folks. The whole world’s got them in its hand, and that represents a major opportunity.

Apple+ launch Jennifer Aniston Reese Witherspoon
Actresses Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)

Users will be able to watch new Apple TV channels – paying for only the services they want, all on demand. It will also be available both on and offline within the new, customised Apple TV app.

The app will offer suggestions for shows and movies from over 150 streaming apps, including Amazon Prime and Hulu, as well as pay TV services such as Canal+, Charter Spectrum, DIRECTV NOW and PlayStation Vue. Optimum and Suddenlink from Altice will be added later this year.

Apple+ launch Oprah Winfrey
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey has joined the Apple family. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)
According to Apple, these Apple TV channels include popular TV services such as HBO, Starz, SHOWTIME, CBS All Access, Smithsonian Channel, EPIX, Tastemade, Noggin, as well as new services like MTV Hits, with “more to be added over time around the world”. And it can all be shared via Family Sharing.

Later this year, customers with eligible VIZIO, Samsung, LG and Sony smart TVs will be able to play videos and other content from their iPhone or iPad directly to their smart TVs with AirPlay 2 support.

IS APPLE TV+ LIKE NETFLIX?

The line-up of star-studded original programming on Apple TV+ is declaration that Apple is charging out of the gate strong. But Cook made it very clear that Apple TV+ isn't Netflix – at least not yet.

The service will offer high-profile original content like Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s The Morning show; an Emily Dickinson half-hour series starring Hailee Steinfeld; an adaptation of the book Defending Jacob starring and executive produced by Captain America himself Chris Evans, and a based-on-a-true story CIA drama starring Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson.

It was also clear that Apple TV + did not forget about the kids with Big Bird making a surprise cameo to introduce the new show Helpsters, starring a new muppet called Cody.

The show is the product of Apple teaming up with Sesame Workshop (the non-profit media organisation behind the famed Sesame Street children's show) and will focus on teaching coding skills to preschoolers.

Apple+ launch Big Bird Sesame Street
Sesame Street's Bird Bird makes an appearance to introduce a new show that will focus on teaching coding skills to pre-schoolers. (Photo: Genevieve Loh)
But Apple TV+ will not offer licensed content; syndicated shows like The Big Bang Theory, Mr Robot or Seinfeld, which are available on Netflix. For now, users will still have to buy those shows through iTunes or via terrestrial cable app in Apple TV channels.

"We believe deeply in the power of creativity," said Cook on stage. "Great stories can change the world. We feel we can contribute something important to our culture and to our society through great storytelling."


Perhaps Winfrey summed things up perfectly. “They’re in a billion pockets, folks,” said the media mogul. “The whole world’s got them in its hand, and that represents a major opportunity.”

Winfrey has two documentaries in the works – Toxic Labour which looks at the effects of sexual harassment in the workplace and another untitled, multi-part documentary about mental health. She also announced a brand new format for her famous book club where she will be streaming her conversations with the authors.


"We all want to be heard, but we also need to listen ... to be able to harness our hopes and dreams and heal our divisions," she said.

"That is why I have joined forces with Apple. The Apple platform allows me to do what I do, in whole new way."

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No use, Gay Phone Inc is dying and the stupid customers that they are trying to exploit are also dying. The whole chain of economy sunk. Suckers are obsolete and played out by world. Not able to survive from Elimination.
 

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No use, Gay Phone Inc is dying and the stupid customers that they are trying to exploit are also dying. The whole chain of economy sunk. Suckers are obsolete and played out by world. Not able to survive from Elimination.
I have no love for faggot phones. But if the iOS goes under android users will be affected too bcos there is no competition n android will operate like a monopoly n screw it's customers
 
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