四级That’s why horses, which also come from Central Asia, like both apples and carrots so much.
四级Like apples, carrots are native to Central Asia.
六级If Apple alters the security model of future iPhones so that even its own engineers' "reasonable assistance" will not be able to crack a given device when compelled by the government, a precedent set in this case might lose its lasting force.
四级The gap between Apple and other tech firms is now likely to narrow
四级Mr Jobs was said by an engineer in the early years of Apple to emit a "reality distortion （扭曲）field", such were his powers of persuasion.
六级That way, Apple could not unilaterally introduce a code that weakens the iPhone—a user would have to consent to it.
四级He commanded absolute loyalty from Apple users
六级More than that, Apple—and, in different ways, other tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft—have made their opposition to the government's claims a point of corporate pride.
高考Heading back downtown toward her hotel, her big-city friends were amazed at the turn of events that had changed their big apple dinner into a Mississippi state reunion.
四级The reaction to his death, with people leaving candles and flowers outside Apple stores and politicians singing praises on the internet, is proof that Mr Jobs had become something much more significant than just a clever money-maker.
高考One of the very best varieties for eating quality is Orleans Reinette, but you'll need a warm, sheltered place with perfect soil to grow it, so it's a pipe dream for most apple lovers who fall for it.
六级Yet underlying all of this is a simple dynamic: Apple, Google, Facebook and other companies hold most of the cards in this confrontation.
四级In spite of the user-friendliness of Apple products, critics complained that they were
四级Instead, the company said Tuesday, its employees will ask parents whether they prefer such options as milk or sliced apples before assembling the meals.
六级Experts said that whether or not Apple loses this specific case, measures that it could put into place in the future will almost certainly be able to further limit the government's reach.
六级For instance, the letter A was ant or apple or ax.
考研Many French politicians and media outlets have referred to this as a "GAFA tax," meaning that it is designed to apply primarily to companies such as Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon—in other words, multinational tech companies based in the United States
四级He left his fingerprints all over Apple products.
高考Visiting an apple event is a good chance to see, and often taste, a wide variety of apples.
六级We can't announce other people's news," said Greg Joswiak, vice president of iPod and iPhone marketing at Apple.
高考If you are a fruit grower — or would like to become one — take advantage of apple day to see what's around.
六级Apple and other tech companies hold another ace: the technical means to keep making their devices more and more inaccessible.
六级The action stems from a federal court order issued on Tuesday requiring Apple to help the Federal Bureau of Investigation to unlock an iPhone used by one of the two attackers who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, California, in December.
四级The way in which Mr Jobs revived the failing company he had co-founded and turned it into the world's biggest tech firm (bigger even than Bill Gates's Microsoft, the company that had outsmarted Apple so dramatically in the 1980s), sounds like something from a Hollywood movie.
六级Not only that, it supports a number of platforms: Apple's i OS, Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows phone.
高考Apple days are being held at all sorts of places with an interest in fruit, including stately gardens and commercial orchards.
六级Apple stands to win as well, hooking more young consumers with decades of technology purchases ahead of them.
六级It is not clear how many colleges and universities plan to give out iPhones and iPods this fall; officials at Apple were unwilling to talk about the subject and said that they would not leak any institution's plans
六级As Apple and several security experts have argued, an order compelling Apple to write software that gives the Fbi access to the iPhone in question would establish an unsettling precedent.
四级At the recent unveiling of a tablet computer by Jeff Bezos of Amazon, whose company is doing the best job of following Apple's lead in combining hardware, software, content and services in an easy-to-use bundle, there were several attacks at Apple.
六级The order essentially asks Apple to hack its own devices, and once it is in place, the precedent could be used to justify law enforcement efforts to get around encryption technologies in other investigations far removed from national security threats.
六级Yet it is worth noting that even if Apple ultimately loses this case, it has plenty of technical means to close a backdoor over time.
六级If Apple is forced to open up an iPhone for an American law enforcement investigation, what is to prevent it from doing so for a request from the Russians or the Iranians?
六级Once armed with a method for gaining access to iPhones, the government could ask to use it proactively, before a suspected terrorist attack—leaving Apple in a bind as to whether to comply or risk an attack and suffer a public-relations nightmare.
六级For now, the giant apple snail's presence in Europe is limited to the Ebro Delta.
四级With Mr Jobs gone, Apple is just one of many technology firms trying to arouse his uncontrollable spirit in new products
高考It was under the apple tree in his backyard.
四级His fall from grace in the 1980s, followed by his return to Apple in 1996 after a period in the wilderness, is an inspiration to any businessperson whose career has taken a turn for the worse
六级The Ebro Delta, in Spain, famous as a battleground during the Spanish civil War, is now the setting for a different contest, one that is pitting rice farmers against two enemies: the rice-eating giant apple snail, and rising sea levels.
六级Taking a step that many professors may view as a bit counterproductive, some colleges and universities are doling out Apple iPhones and Internet-capable iPods to their students.
六级The battle between Apple and law enforcement officials over unlocking a terrorist's smartphone is the culmination of a slow turning of the tables between the technology industry and the United States government.
四级Many Apple users feel themselves to be part of a community, with Mr Jobs as its leader
六级Google and Apple have made it far too difficult to adjust these settings so it's up to us to take steps to ensure we set these triggers to suit our own needs, not the needs of the app makers.
六级Many professors think that giving out Apple iPhones or Internet-capable iPods to students may not benefit education as intended.
高考It's called apple day but in practice it's more like apple month.
四级It is no longer just at Apple that designers ask: "What would Steve Jobs do?
高考At the events, you can meet expert growers and discuss which ones will best suit your conditions, and because these are family affairs, children are well catered for with apple-themed fun and games.
六级Apple argues that it is fighting to preserve a principle that most of us who are addicted to our smartphones can defend: Weaken a single iPhone so that its contents can be viewed by the American government and you risk weakening all iPhones for any govern
高考I hurried directly to my backyard, where an apple tree patiently waited for me.
六级University officials say that they have no plans to track their students (and Apple said it would not be possible unless students give their permission)
六级At the same time, this sea-water also kills off the greedy giant apple snail, an introduced pest that feeds on young rice plants.
六级And to get at the contents of a single iPhone, the government says it needs a court order and Apple's help to write new code; in earlier versions of the iPhone, ones that were created before Apple found religion on 热衷于 privacy, the Fbi might have been abl