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The 1586 and 1584 models supports Sprint's bands in addition to Verizon's. These are truly the world phones.
This phone works on AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint in the United States. It has a different model number than the T-Mobile contract-free phone. Details are on the Apple Store website.
Check your timeline. Google's effort came one year after Apple's announcement.
Which is exactly where we are now. Why can't the next iPad move the switch to the side?
Done. What do you want to know?
No way this will be "all new" nor will it consist of well-written Mac apps, nor will be it have full feature parity. No way. It will be the same underlying code as Office 2011 (which itself is based on earlier code) with some new features and new skins.
"High def" usually refers to extreme bit depths or sample rates that can capture sound outside the range of human hearing, such as 16 bit 96 kHz.
Of course, but that's not what he was talking about.
There is no point in "high-def" sound if you can't hear it. It's the same thing with pixels. Camera makers once raced to increase the pixel count until it doesn't really matter anymore. We're seeing the same thing with displays today. Once the pixels become too small to see, there is no point to making them smaller. High def sound is the same. We understand how the ears work. Adding more bits doesn't mean they are audible.
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