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I'm disappointed, I thought it would be for all iPhones. I have a 4S and an iPad 3, and I do get regular crashes (goes back to white Apple logo and resets) throughout the day. OSXdaily had warned users not to upgrade until fixes were released, but I was way too excited to wait any longer - I can put up with it for a while, as the rest is just pure bliss, but it's annoying.
Wow, mine took over an hour!! Anyone know why that would be (not jailbroken anymore for the last 2 updates)
It's all good. Download was a few minutes, but it took about an hour to completely install. Don't know what's new, tho! Supposedly access to photostream and a few bug quashes...
Ditto for Audio-Technica, I've used them a lot on flights, they do cut down quite a lot on ambient noise from propellers, less from crying babies tho unless you listen to a higher volume (I try to protect my ears!). It's not a complete seal, but I'd say it cuts down to 60% the noise. Very comfy too!
  Well, Montreal was already the first Canadian city that they had at the WWDC 2012 demo of Maps, and now they just added Toronto. More cities to follow.
Actually, Android is the biggest selling in Canada... By far. It's being aggressively pushed by telcos here, and you can get many phones for free, and as you know, free always sells best.
Wifi: Never dropped at all, at home or at work. Full strong signal, yet I am upstairs and the router is in the cement basement. Heat: Yes, I felt a corner being warm when playing games yet I thought it was normal. Not a big deal. Actually cools down within seconds as soon as you turn off the app. Battery: I use airplay a lot while playing games, and it does drain the battery. I'm sure the same can be said for the iPad 2.
Yes, and it would be tragic if they stopped making money today and have to pay out all this money over the next 3 years. BUT, they do expect to keep selling more and more, so even with this level of expense, they will still keep accumulating a great deal in their war chest. It will keep growing, alas at a more respectable pace, and stock holders will reap more reward. Let's see how Wall Street digests this news. It takes effect in July BTW, so plenty of time for growth...
Wi-Max. 'Nuff said. No need to do the "final mile" linking to individual homes. Just local networks. Just look beyond our current technology, and it'll get there. Give it a few years. So the point is valid.
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