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not if it was damaged internally for example, water damaged. So Gazelle offers some kind of warranty that the phone will be properly operational.
agreed, most of us should remember (not that long ago) replacing our 5400rpm drives with 7200rpm, or even better solid sate drives and wow, did that make a difference!
Same here, and a new macbook too.
First time I'm at a neighbors party and i see one of these, Im pressing it!
that was funny
I really liked Apple Pay, and this artical may be overblown, but so is the lies lies liesgood that you have never had an issue, and no one that you know has,I have, and I know quite a few people with iPhone 6, and all of them have experienced occasional problems.Some stores (Harris teeter for example) At first it worked great, then i had issues where it would say "done" but it wasn't done, it might take 2 or 3 attempts then it might go through. Its unreliable enough now I...
someone is going to complain about the glossy screen.
Good morning Australia, read a few of the earlier posts, see why 50% is not 50% for inserting USB, including cartoons..... get your coffee first, goodnight.
not just thunderbolt, not even displayport, preventing using this new macbook with usb-c from being used with apples own 30 inch external monitor. I expect either Apple or a third party will soon make such an adapter
not sure its a lot of effort, per se, but its a pain.I design electronic instruments for a living, when I'm in the lab I am frequently plugging unplugging usb - not all nice cables either, mostly cheap versions. I have emulators, programmers, debuggers, rs232 dongles, all kinds of stuff. Its not a first world problem, but it's a pain in the ass.Considering when USB was invented, engineers actually knew about human user interfaces, ergonomics etc, AND we had all this legacy...
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