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Benedict Evans 28 Apr 16
I did a podcast with - iPads Pro, tablets and laptops.
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Michael Gartenberg 28 Apr 16
iPad Pros. Do not cite attorneys general as example. Please call
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Benedict Evans 28 Apr 16
'the iPads Pro'? ;)
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Michael Gartenberg 28 Apr 16
“iPad Pro” singular. “iPad Pros” plural. I don’t make the rules, I just enforce ‘em
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John Daily 28 Apr 16
How exactly does one pluralize “iPhone 6s”?
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🧘🏻‍♂️Steven Sinofsky ॐ 28 Apr 16
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Benedict Evans 28 Apr 16
Replying to @stevesi @macintux and 2 others
Surely the point of the keyboard is iPad Prose?
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Michael Gartenberg 28 Apr 16
wow, I so wish I said that before you did
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Philip Schiller
One need never pluralize Apple product names. Ex: Mr. Evans used two iPad Pro devices.
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☆ Trevor Gerzen ☆ 28 Apr 16
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Bob Schulties 28 Apr 16
Mr. Evans despised using iTunes to sync his two iPad Pro devices.
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Kevin Nelson 28 Apr 16
Your iPad Prose is on point.
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Alireza 28 Apr 16
Replying to @pschiller
you guys fucked up device naming recently
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Moltz 28 Apr 16
What’s the plural of Bob Mansfield?
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J.C.Burns 28 Apr 16
Replying to @pschiller
Or it's proper to say "two iPad Pro doohickies."
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Michael Rockwell 28 Apr 16
Replying to @Moltz @pschiller and 4 others
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Michael Rockwell 28 Apr 16
Replying to @Moltz @pschiller and 4 others
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Mededitor 28 Apr 16
This editor leans toward "Two iPads Pro."
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Anshu Sharma 28 Apr 16
Replying to @pschiller
ok, then. No Cokes for you. No Band-aids. No Teslas. No Ferraris.
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Moltz 28 Apr 16
Replying to @mdrockwell
That seems most likely.
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