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I don't know why you guys are knocking the Chinese and with the same breath praising Apple. Apple is basically a communist corporation. Apple tells you what you can and can't download on your device. It tells developers what they can and can't add to the app store. The only way to circumvent Apple's hold on your device is to jailbreak it (or for the Chinese, using a proxy) , which they make it difficult to do. Now all of you obviously enjoy all these restrictions Apple...
No contract is the way it should be. The way tmobile does it is the correct way. The phone can be paid off in 2 years or 2 months. Then all you have left is your wireless bill.
I think Apple insider are secretly android fans. All these detailed android related editorials. It's fine you can admit it, Android is awesome.
They never said it wasn't their fault, they explained the source of the problem. They can't say they messed up when they really didn't. Their system performs a certain function based on specific parameters. The fact that Apple builds their website a certain way that conflicts with those parameters shouldn't be Google problem.
Why do you guys bother coming up with these elaborate conspiracy theories when Google encounters a bug in their system? We've seen that Apple keeps web pages in their servers but merely deactivates their visibility. When they were first working on the password bug they hid the page but people were still able to access it if they knew the direct link address. Only after Apple noticed this they decided to shut down the server. Everyone in here loves to hang Google for...
Please don't knock widgets. Knock the implementation not the feature. And iPhone already has a widget. Anyone who's ever listened to music on an iPhone and wanted to skip a song has used a widget. It's that thing in the lockscreen that allows you faster access to the controls of the music app. Implemented correctly they are a nice addition to any mobile device.
I think the modem inside every iPhone 5 supports AWS, however I think they removed the amplifier, so it doesn't get any reception. This must be a really small change in the factory line, and most likely not something that will need Apple to restructure it's entire factory, or change component manufacturers, etc.
I don't know why no one is acting like this isn't a huge this. This is a HUGE deal. T-Mobile is introducing the cheapest costs to own ANY phone. Paying $99 for a down payment, is $100 LESS than what you would pay on ATT or Verizon initially. 24 payments at $20 per month is no different that have a 2 year contract with the $20 payments masked within your bill. This is a great move in the wireless industry, and everyone should get on board. It makes it so that people that...
Propaganda is everywhere but the Chinese are definitely perfecting it to a T.
I think all iPhone should be connected to the network, regardless if the consumer has a plan. The idea would be all the native apps would get free Internet, such as iTunes, Maps, etc. For apps, the customer would pay per MB used within the apps. So if you download a music streaming service app like Pandora, you will essentially pay more than if you used an offline app.I also think they should charge for the size of the app, for example if the app is 2 GB in size, then it...
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