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Perhaps a thunderbolt to USB breakout box could patch it, theoretically? Or block it, rather. More thunderbolt to the people anyways.
I have only listened to a couple of Beat products... but they all sound crap. Big changes are needed. Tim is great with these things.
But is it upgraded for Metal? ;-) ... well, maybe not, but something needs to be done with the extremely sluggish performance. Is it snappy?
Great :) The on hold music in the Scandinavian Apple support was indeed of terrible quality last time I called, earlier this year. Kinda makes me wanna call again to see if it has changed here too, he he.
Batik phones with glitchy touch zones... yeey!
This is the clue to why the battery lasts longer on that new Samsung phone. They don't expect it to get used that much.
If the big one is better but same I'd agree it'd be a bit sad. Most iPhone buyers tend to go for a top model, it seems, and this would confuse them. But if it's better and somewhat different it's very cool.
I think the problem with iPhones are that they're so good you end up using them for everything, all the time. The battery was designed for phone use, which is getting way dated, so it barely gets through a day on one charge if you're using it a lot, like I do. I guess Samsung phones don't get used to the same extent, thus saving battery? The iPad is designed for this, and has a great battery life. Chiming in with the add here I'm afraid. Better battery. Doesn't need to go...
Pros with maps: 1. Smooth 2. Integrated very well with the system 3. Looks an works great in directions mode Cons (all of which are beaten by Google): 1. A lot of ancient map data 2. Mediocre satellite pictures 3. Lack of widespread 3D 4. Lack of contrast in vector mode. (White streets on bright beige... poor design choice) 5. Yelp aka poor poi information. Yelp isn't even a worldwide service. 6. The vegetation data is mostly very poor.
Stylus is for precision, art creation, 3D, CAD, vector, graphics, post publishing, a better handwriting experience, video editing, post production... I'm sure there is more...It shouldn't be mandatory, but if pads are gonna take over completely at some point - I think they'll need to start supporting pressure sensitive precision styluses to make life easier for creators working with the above.
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