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 Exactly. I'm not going to spend MORE money just because I'm using my iPhone instead of my actual card. In fact, I doubt anyone will actually shop more just because they can tap their iPhone. It's really more like swapping one credit card for another, except the new one is more secure. The banks know they won't get people to spend more. But they do know the chances of fraud will go down with Apple Pay, and this is where they're going to save money. And this is the real...
I think you're missing the point of loops - not to create final versions of songs, but to allow beginners to learn how to use tools at their disposal. This is what my kds do with their iPad "recording studio".
Where did my post go? I can see editing or removing the original post (which was offensive), but deleting a follow-up comment about it?
Neither of these is accurate enough for scientific or lab work. Nobody cares about the actual temperature readings on a thermal camera. What they are useful for is detecting temperature differences between objects. Those differences are what makes things stand out from the rest.Think of search and rescue. Do you think the rescuers care about the persons temperature? What they care about is identifying and finding the person hidden in a building or structure.
For a company making a camera to use with the iPhone you think they'd make sure their mobile website works. It was terrible on my 6 Plus and I couldn't view any of the images.
We already have a FLIR at work so this new iPhone model looked promising (giving access to more technicians). However, the maximum temperature limit makes it useless for us. FLIR is great for automotive applications. You can check your radiator for proper flow or blockages or look for hot spots on your engine. They also work great for exhaust and catalytic converters (damaged converters are easy to spot). You can even find which cylinder on an engine is misfiring or...
 My comment reflects on this article in conjunction with countless previous posts about Rockstar that posters have made. This topic has been discussed in great detail this past year. A LOT of posters on AI think Rockstar is a patent troll.
For the love of God, Rockster is NOT a Patent Troll.   Going after companies that infringe your IP does not make you a patent troll. Being a NPE also does not make you a patent troll.     Trying to collect money using unscrupulous techniques is what makes you a troll. Sending bogus demand letters or filing lawsuits without providing enough details about infringement are perfect examples. These are all discussed in the recent patent reform bill.   Sorry, haters, but...
 Everything. Apple continually gets bashed for having the iPhone responsible for a large portion of their business while cutting Google (are far more fragile company) slack when they are worse in this regard.   Of course, I knew you'd jump right in with nothing really valuable or relevant to say.
Why do people always worry about Apple having a large portion of their business tied to a single product (iPhone)? What about Google? Their entire company rests on a single product - advertising. They are far more susceptible than Apple to brig affected by a downturn of their most successful product.
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