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Could you explain what the terms horizontal and vertical mean in this instance?
It's perjury to be caught lying on the stand. Also remember that Samsung isn't taking the stand, but rather is the defense.
And yet Apple is the one that certain people claim is only successful because of marketing.
Here is AnandTech's squencal write speed for an iPhone 4 and 3x iPhone 4S's:Now compare that with the same type of test for those newer devices:Only the Galaxy Note 3 seems out of place but since it's a phablet something else could be going on. Everything else is at or below what the iPhone 4 was back in 2010.
I use it practically everyday. It "magically" shows up on my iPhone when I get near particular retail outlets. My only request is that if I actively ignore or use it that it won't keep letting me know that it's there whilst I'm still in the area.
That is sarcasm, right?
Having Apple screw over their entire customer base just to get to MNOs to spend billions on furthering their LTE rollouts is not a sound solution. It would hurt Apple and customers. Even if this did cause MNOs to take immediate action it would be years before the rollout would cover every are at that '2G' GSM and CDMA now covers. On top of that, the chips are small, inexpensive and power efficient that that they cause amuck bigger downside for not being included than being...
1) Here is AnandTech's new review of Windows Phone 8.1. http://www.anandtech.com/show/7940/windows-phone-81-review 2) Here is Apple's developer's guide for PassBook passes. https://developer.apple.com/passbook/ 3) Here is one of their sample passes. Code: { "formatVersion" : 1, "passTypeIdentifier" : "pass.com.skyport.boarding-pass", "serialNumber" : "gT6zrHkaW", "teamIdentifier" : "A1B2C3D4E5", "webServiceURL" : "https://example.com/passes/", ...
How about passion?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxo2rGr7Yfg
This won't work because we're talking about the entire UI needing to be pushed from the iPhone to the dash. The only way wireless will happen will be if in-dash systems start including WiFi designed to handle this sort of traffic. I think that will happen but we're still a long ways off. And how long for WiFi to initialize after you turn on your car? Even 60 seconds is a long time to wait.
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