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"Apple's new, larger iPhones have also caused a stir in the world of fashion. According to the New York Times, fashionable consumers are finding the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus a tight fit. Fashion designers and retailers have responded to the call of overstuffed pockets. Internet-based apparel company Bonobos said they would make adjustments. "If none of our pants fit the iPhones, that would be a real problem," Bonobos design chief Dwight Fenton said. "You ignore them at...
I agree with you for the most part, but the 6 plus structural weakness in the area below the volume control buttons is an oversight on the part of Apple. It should of been noticed when stress-testing in the engineering stage, especially considering how malleable aluminium can be and how large and thin the 6 plus is. And then structurally enforced in that area before being put into production. A phone shouldn't bend, even ever so slightly by just sitting in your pocket even...
Towards the end of last year, I switched from PC to Mac with the purchase of a rMBP. I'm a photo enthusiast and was using Elements on the PC with great success. So when I purchased Elements for OS-X I was expecting the same kind of performance. Boy was I disappointed! Apart from the UI being not as intuitive as the PC version, with out fail the app crashed about 5 to 15 minutes into using the editor. I searched without success on the Internet for solution to the problem....
"Some key differences alright, like Switzerland is actually a democracy while the US isn't" Settle down now...yes it is. Let's stick to commenting on the article and not go America bashing please.
That idea of interchangeable wristbands with different functionality is a good one!
Nice Story.
Finally! This has been a long time coming.
The only thing I regretted when purchasing my 13" rMBP last year was that it didn't come with 16GBytes of RAM at the price point I could afford. With a few apps open the 8GBytes it did come with gets almost completely used up! I didn't know Mac's were such memory hogs! Being a former Windows user that is (who's glad he switched anyway).
My experience with Siri is that it's still very flaky and for me anyway Google Now still works much better. I'm glad to read here that it's improving though. But it's going to have to get a lot better before I go back to it.
Now I'd like TC and Apple to go further and finally provide audiophile quality hi-res lossless music downloads too!
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