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You paid Verizon and AT&T shills used to only bash Sprint. Nice to see you have expanded to bash T-Mobile as well. If you are an actual customer, then feel free to change to a carrier that works for you. T-Mobile is contract free and most people I know on it are very happy. Most people I personally know on Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon are also happy with their carriers. There is no no such ting as a perfect carrier for everyone so try someone new until you find one that world...
I have really never cared who did what first. But Apple sure does a good job at doing things better. They might take their sweet time but when they finally choose to implement a feature it works and works well. So thanks for all the beta testing on Android, the golden master is almost here. 
Very happy to hear this news. I can't wait to get a keyboard that includes arrow keys. It can be so frustrating at times trying to edit words or navigate without arrow keys. I was quite the speed demon with Swype when I used Android years ago so I hope it is like riding a bike. A swipe keyboard along with arrows will make my life a lot easier when I need to use the keyboard. Of course a larger iPhone that allows for a physically larger keyboard  space will also be a huge...
Not true. VoLTE is mostly on the network/tower end. MetroPCS had VoLTE up and running in fact before they were bought by T-Mobile. the 5s is fully capable of VoLTE on a network that supports it. 
Sprint also offers the wifi calling on Android phones and it looks like iOS 8 will open wifi calling to Sprint customers as well which is very nice. I have used a Femtocell in the past and although they work well and are given to users free on Sprint at least, it was one more device that had to stay plugged in, took up space, and also used a valuable ethernet port on my Airport router. Surprised to hear that AT&T and Verizon had the audacity to charge people for...
It might not have been you then which is why I asked. A few here did make statements to that effect though. 
 Sorry you won't be able to since you swore off all Apple products if the Beats deal went through. That was you wasn't it?
This actually reminded me of the episode from Silicon Valley (The HBO series) from last night. They run the compression test and it blows away past results. Did anyone else that watched the episode last night think the same thing?    I don't know enough about Swift to say much beyond the fact that I think it looks very impressive and once developers get through that initial painful transition phase where they have to relearn some things their lives just got a whole lot...
But headphones are not like a smartphone because they will work with any phone you have. No OS upgrades, contracts, or anything like that. I still think the Shure and Sennheiser sound better because since that time I ended up buying a pair of Sennheiser myself and we both tested them out compared to his Beats phones and even he agreed mine sounded better. He regrets his decision now that he actually had a chance to compare them side by side but even now would probably not...
My original negative take was based off of a headphone purchase a young friend of mine made several months back. He often consults me about any tech type questions and asks my opinion. He wanted some high quality headphones and was trying to decide between a few different Beats models. I did some research and gave him a few suggestions for models by Shure and Sennheiser instead were actually cheaper but seemed to get far better ratings from some pro review sites. He would...
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