I seem to recall that Tallest Skill called me insane for my predictions back in February. I believe the bet required the loser to not post for one month on AI. I even predicted the 1920 x 1080 part.
Take a big bite, you earned it.
You would think Microsoft would have a much better shot at getting switchers from Android not Apple. The only reason I can think you don't see those commercials are companies like HTC that make a Windows phone also make an Android phone. But I still think they would get more customers targeting Android.
If those commercials are true, Cortana does sound a lot more natural than Siri. I won't for a second consider switching over that but I do hope Siri can start sounding...
I am open to any idea that is safe, secure, and makes it easier for all of us to access sites, apps, email, etc..without having to use long and burdensome passwords. I think temp passwords by text would be the easiest but I don't know much about Bitcoin.
That is one ugly watch. I would like a modern smart watch type device for lack of a better term but I also don't want to wear plastic or leather bands. The design of a watch is even more important than a phone since it is so visible on your wrist. You can hide an ugly phone in a case or your pocket if you wanted but on your wrist it will make a far bigger fashion statement. I want something I won't be embarrassed to wear. My Breitling that I bought nearly 25 years ago is...
I am waiting for the day when passwords are a distant memory. To be safe and secure you have to use long and difficult to remember ones. You also should never use the same ones on different sites and change often. I would much prefer a temp password sent by text that only last 15 minutes before it expires then only need to remember the email address or username.
I have all the major cards, Amex, Visa, MC, and Discover. Recently I have pretty much switched all my purchases to Discover for the simple reason they offer more cash back along with additional promotions. September is the last month of a 6 month promotion where I will get $500 additional cash back in addition to the normal ones. I will assume if Apple releases NFC they will likely include Discover as well.
I saw recently one of those breakdown type sites that estimate parts to a fairly accurate degree. I believe they priced the 16GB storage in the 5s at around $9. I can't find that article but did find one a little older. "Apple spends at least $191 on components to build a 16-gigabyte iPhone 5S. The cost rises to $210 for a 64 GB unit. The cost of assembly adds another $8 per unit, bringing the range to between $199 and $218m [...]On the iPhone 5C, the lower-priced model...
You would be right. My 5s has a 1560 mAh battery and my battery case has a 2300 mAh battery for a total of 3860 mAh which more than doubles the battery life. Even under the heaviest of usages my iPhone is still usually going strong from early morning till very late at night.