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  • Apple Inc. is a stub. Learn how you can help Wikiversity to expand it. This page has been set up as part of the FLOSS4Science portal for people
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  • CEO: Tim Cook Market: Wikipedia: Apple_Inc. Products
    138 bytes (8 words) - 06:45, 26 January 2015
  • indicators. iOS A mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc. and distributed exclusively for Apple hardware, including iPods, iPhones, and iPads. kernel
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  • navigation. iOS A mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc. and distributed exclusively for Apple hardware, including iPods, iPhones, and iPads. kernel
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  • units with limited function. This use of software has been popularized by Apple Inc. and its App Store, which sells thousands of applications for the iPhone
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  • delivered by a provider. Boot Camp A multi boot utility included with Apple Inc.'s OS X that assists users in installing Microsoft Windows operating systems
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  • bytes. Mac (Macintosh) A series of personal computers manufactured by Apple Inc. and running the OS X operating system. Mb (Megabit) A unit of digital
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  • is considered to be the most secure. Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) A Macintosh application produced by Apple Inc., that allows users to remotely control
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  • One is even free. See below. GarageBand -- from Apple Computer, Inc. Apple Computer, Inc. created the first professional-quality music program which
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  • to improve profits. The program is reminiscent of the "Genius Bars" of Apple Inc.'s stores, where customers go to get help with their Macs and iPods. On
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  • internet-enabled computer with a virtual keyboard. It is designed and marketed by Apple inc. However, this device does not fit the category of UMPC as the end user
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  • Dropbox Inc Specific Name: iCloud Notes: Constricted to only Apple devices, works similar to Dropbox, 5 GB free (iOS 5 and up) Company: Apple Specific
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  • both worlds. Understanding Apple is not easy. Perhaps this will help: 1. The Original Macintosh In 1984, Apple Computer, Inc. invented the Macintosh computer
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  • definendum. A small branch of an apple tree grafted onto a pear tree that succeeds in producing apples has produced apples (not pears). Traditionally to
    39 KB (4,498 words) - 01:44, 4 February 2016
  • 5 October 2011 (cancer) Best Known As: The co-founder and mastermind of Apple computers Steve Jobs was a college dropout when he teamed up with Steve
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  • automobile. A current model automobile which includes lane-following. An Apple IPod. An actor in in a silver suit. On the first page of the wikibook Robotics
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  • ccn&sig=MIB-t6RHb6SGRwzSHUHjaLgjdiY. Retrieved 2013-01-15.  Michael W. Apple (Winter 1993). "The Politics of Official Knowledge: Does a National Curriculum
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  • to Your Computer. Pair a Bluetooth device with your system. OS X: Review Apple: Bluetooth Quick Assist. Pair a Bluetooth device with your system. Linux:
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  • 2000; Rushton et al., 2002). Only the apple ACO1 also contains this sequence. In addition, both PpACO1 and the apple ACO1 have a MADS box transcription factor
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  • three provinces." "Thus the NZ industry is one of the dominant group of apple exporters, which includes the EU, the USA, Chile, South Africa and Argentina
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