Qualcomm Retracts Declaring Apple's 64-bit A7 Processor a 'Marketing Gimmick'

Qualcomm Retracts Declaring Apple's 64-bit A7 Processor a 'Marketing Gimmick'

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MuertoCuba - October 9, 2013 at 9:39pm
i did not press attention the previous statement from the Qualcomm CMO before cuz i knew it was without any base... the reality its that apple as usually its thinking years ahead of the competition and they shock the word with the A7 64-Bit processor, this its only the beginning from the future, wait till the october 22 when the new iPads are out, this processor will bring the power to the ipad that it was missing to run desktop like Apps on it... after this move its on and all the developers start working and coding their apps on 64-bit it will be the end of the laptops, it will be no sense to buy a laptop anymore.. believe me, lets wait and see...
! - October 9, 2013 at 10:55pm
Exactly, MacBooks and Mac Pro, now that's something samsheeps can't even get back at apple fans at, after all they are the only ones with awards and true thinkers worrying about themselves but competitors, we have seen worse in commercials!