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I agree with you.And It was brilliant implementation with the original iPad that a stylus was simply not needed. As the iPad has improved, especially the screen resolution - the capability of fine line notes and drawings would now really befit from the partnership of a good fast active stylus. A stylus that you only popped out of its integral holder when you wanted to draw and annotate sketches and drawings. It needs to be MUCH better than the crap stylus available for...
surely any large iPad would need to have a good stylus style method of drawing / taking notes. No not like the Tab - more like using a decent pencil or felt pen on paper experience. sure you should not need a stylus simply to use and iPad - Jobs already said that was a fail - but it not having a really good stylus option really precludes an iPad from taking notes / helping create ideas etc
I say potato....lots of them in English, a very famous character in a series Dads ArmyAt my school - they had an example like ghoughpteighbteau but I can't for the life of me remember what it was - i tried google but to no avail.the intent was the same - to point out the weirdness of certain character combos
chisel chimp chump chop chip choose chortle butchasm kasmcheroot sherootchiropodist shiropodist
not sure I get your point?are you saying it IS TRUE? That performing this procedure really fixes a battery drain issue? If so - how have you confirmed that to be the case?
Ive read this technique before in several places.Bu this - if its true is rather sad and pathetic - that users are expected jump through hippos like this, to maybe correct for old bits of code lying around - if its true then certain engineers / programmers at Apple should be embarrassed.
I like and find very useful a pebble steel - my iPhone stays in pocket. I like to use it on boat etc also - even on the beach - i can see any texts while leaving iPhone in plastic bag.should maybe have offered steel in a few nice colors - but these plastic, nasty colors are awful. I would need to be paid to wear on of these
I think I may have confused the issue - my point is many embedded devices are not open sourced either, but in any case in order to reprogram firmware on a lot of embedded devices you must remove the board from its enclosure. Not all embedded devices are equipped with boot-loaders.I didn't think the article was just about iOS, but rather, that usb devices can be re-flashed to carry some kind of computer threat. slightly off topic - Most of Windows XP was also no open...
Many small embedded devices do allow firmware to be overwritten, since almost all devices uses flash for firmware storage. However many of these require access to a couple of dedicated pins, usually implemented as a zero cost couple of pads accessible before its put in its enclosure.
judging by the avalanche of dis-interest, maybe only a few will be disappointed, the few that bought that is.
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