If it breaks, buy another one for $1. Or would you rather buy a $200 hard drive and replace it yourself? Like I said- $1 is an idiotic comment. Most of us are logical people- we don't need asinine exaggerations to prove a point.
You just gonna ignore my rebuttal where you were proved completely wrong?Again- when att, sprint, and the other phone providers released that the 5c is the 2nd best selling phone they have- 2nd to the 5s only- how is that a failure? 1st and 2nd place is failing? HTC is begging to "fail" like apple.
1- All the carriers have already declared it a success as it's the 2nd best selling smartphone they carry (3rd for either TMobile or Verizon- I forget which)- 2nd only to the iPhone 5S. So that means every other phone company would love to "fail" like apple has with the 5C.2- $550 isn't budget. And they're still selling the 4 overseas for $300-$350. That's the budget iPhone.3- I obviously argued and proved that what you said is wrong. Factually- not just a "hunch". Can...
Except that's what they did with the 2013 refresh. Haswell offered zero performance benefits over ivy- it was clearly designed for laptops- but doesnt help the desktop at all. Yes, it has wireless AC and ummm. Uhh. Well, that's it. So a year goes by and we get AC only. Thanks.I'm just a little bitter - fusion should be standard by now if they aren't going to do any other updates of substance.Loved the rest of your post btw- well said.
Why buy a Chromebook when you can get a used 11" Air on Craigslist for just a little more? Do I have to remind you that you will be supporting a despicable company (Samsung)? Forget the fact you're sending your money to crooks- Isn't iCloud/shared contacts/Time Machine (if you have a time capsule)/Find my Mac/etc/Calendar/iMessage/Facetime/Safari Links/Mail not worth it?
None of it matters until they replace Android with Chrome OS. Android as 64 bit is ridiculous. Chrome makes sense. Bearing something unforseen- as in, Android completely starts over from scratch- Chrome is here to stay, it's Android whose days are numbered.