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Less likely to REPORT broken phones. That phrasing is key. Until we stop shaming phone-breakers, these incidents will continue to go unreported.
It's not an AI conceit; I'd prefer "touch devices" or something over the phrase "mobile devices," since "mobile devices" sounds like it could include cameras and Zippo lighters. But "mobile devices" has become a well-understood term for the various modern iPhone-inspired smartphones and tablets.Meanwhile, it's simply useful and reasonable to look at the computing market as a whole, touch and traditional OS's alike, and AI is not unique in doing so. It's useful to look at...
Seems reasonable to me: - Telling your PIN to a retail employee is certainly unacceptable. - They are seeking a solution, not a payout. Apple is a leader in this stuff and I'm sure a fix will come. If not VoiceOver (due to potentially loud background) then a Bluetooth tactile numpad located in the store and paired with one of the units, ready to call on when the situation arises.
Two accidental leaks: maybe the same? The way Samsung used the info: not the same.
Leave the optical drive at home! But if you do need it on the go, Apple's external is tiny. For that rare need, it's doable. I would like to see Kensington slots return--they have their uses.
That's no spaceship. It's a fruit bowl.
I'll take an add-on aftermarket screen that looks like that, please! I want CarPlay... but I already have a car.
There we go. The only fact needed to know that the 5C is a success at one if its two missions: bolster the midrange.(I also suspect there is a second mission: phase one of a planned split into two more-different iPhone lines in future. More than just the traditional spec delta. Paving the way for a choice of size?)
I'm 90% sure they don't own Facebook. Well, 80%.
All this may be true, complete, and unbiased, but I wouldn't jump to be certain it is: http://daringfireball.net/2014/02/fitting_facts_to_the_narrative
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