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I looked but I couldn't their token based system that required user authorization from the owners finger print, which was encrypted in a 64-bit memory system.Living in the U.S. I'm not a worldly guy as some but I have spent some time in Europe and South America and have never seen it implemented there either.Can you post a link to the phone that's had this technology since '08?
Either introducing something new or refining a feature set to work seamlessly and better than current iterations.Cloud drive as Apple's version of DropBox, not innovative. Touch ID's sensor tied in to the processor ID to create a unique encryption key and spanning it across a 64 bit memory address innovative.Increasing screen size by .x inches not innovative. Creating a payment system where the retailer never has access to your credit card information innovative.If...
You do realize Apple kicked off the modern mobile platform right? Prior to that screens were tiny and most of them were not touch sensitive. Just because some one came along and made a bigger screen doesn't make them an "innovator".
Why is it again Android users say Apple never innovates and exclude things like this?
It does.
Nice, thanks for reminding us not to go to / send our kids to Harvard's School of Investments.  ;-)
I'm willing to bet these robbers had (and still have) no idea what they got. To them it's a regular old iPad.
It use to be (and pretty sure still the case) the headphone cord is the antenna.
There are times where I wish I could listen to the local baseball & football games but can't because the app that streams the local programming rolls over to alternative programming as soon as the game starts.  I'm not going to carry around an FM radio just for that.
Thank you for recommending the Incomparable.  That was a podcast I was always meaning to check out but never did.  I listened to the PM and first AOC discussion over the weekend and think they couldn't be more spot on.
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