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There was a survey here ranking the 5C at 5th:http://www.counterpointresearch.com/top10may2014I can't see numbers for the survey but Apple said 5C sales were lower than expected so I think it's safe to say the 5C would have to be less than 1/3 the sales because higher than that would be fine.I wonder what will happen this time round with the 5C model. If all they have is the 4.7" metal phone and 4" plastic phone, that's going to suck. They didn't lower the iPhone 5 price...
There might be some photoshopping but makeup and lighting have a dramatic effect:http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/10/16/before-and-after-make-up-transformation-vadim-andreev_n_4106732.htmlThat's why women say they need to put their face on when they go to apply makeup, they're actually putting someone else's face on. In the following images, there's no photoshopping:That's just a compilation of photos taken in poor lighting, hair not done with no makeup and not posed...
This doesn't hold up in practise, Apple even specifically made a video to address this point:"If everyone is busy making everything, how can anyone perfect anything? We start to confuse convenience with joy, abundance with choice. Designing something requires focus. The first thing we ask: What do we want people to feel? Delight. Surprise. Love. Connection. Then we craft around our intention. It takes time. There are a thousand no’s for every yes. We simplify. We perfect....
That style of opening statement never ends well.There are nicer looking pictures of Susan Wagner: but she's an evil finance person like Icahn so it's a good idea to use the worst pictures of them whenever possible. Like this one where Icahn looks like he's just had a lobotomy and his nurse is telling him that his family has come to visit but he doesn't know what that means so he just smiles inanely:People always have a set of nice pictures with good lighting, good...
I don't really see the attitude of superiority you're describing nor that the forum has changed much over the years. As I've described before, a forum like this is like in sports where the team here has blue shirts and the other team, typically members of other forums, has green. If someone in the green shirt wanders over to the blue team's part of the stadium and starts talking about the merits of the other team, how do you expect them to react? Maybe at times the blue...
It's when you create a secondary account and sometimes use it to backup something you said under a different account, like your other account here:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/150212/ios-developers-not-concerned-about-apple-making-a-larger-iphone-screen/40#post_2113701It's like a sock puppet act or ventriloquist. The other account is still you but you make it look to other people like it's a whole new identity. Anyway, that above account doesn't link up to tastowe,...
Someone else says that too. Here's an example:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/158200/review-apples-new-11-inch-macbook-air-mid-2013/40#post_2351422Someone just mentions that the Macbook Air has the best battery life of any computer and you take issue with that mentioning non-Apple products with better battery life, except you mention a product with a custom 9-cell battery. You go far out of your way to make sure Apple is not seen as the best at anything. You say things...
It's probably because it's one of those Goophone parts: http://www.macrumors.com/2014/07/16/wico-goophone-iphone-6-clones/ You can see the curved edges on the glass in those videos. There's no way the knockoff manufacturers could use sapphire. Also, you can see the differences in the front camera holes from the way Apple designs them. This happened with the iPhone 5 and they got some of the design right before the iPhone 5 launched but it was a little off: They...
Relic will always recommend non-Apple products. In this instance, the software isn't available on the Mac so there's little choice. It's much the same with games. If you want a good gaming experience with low prices and software availability, Windows is still the best option.Web-based accounting makes things a lot easier though as there's no platform issues and no need to install software on a machine to see or update accounts. Putting some of the data online is risky,...
Paid apps might have IAPs too though (EA's Need for Speed for example) and a single label doesn't seem adequate to let a buyer know what the IAPs are. A free app might simply have adverts with an IAP to remove the ads for $0.99. That's very different from an app that could have you spending hundreds of dollars on content.Reports already use a word freemium to describe these apps. That still lets people know that it's essentially free. This word could be a link on the App...
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