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We have to be able to discriminate between right and wrong.   Where we differ is on what is 'right', and what is 'wrong.'
Exactly.  That picture was not taken in Germany.  Saturn wasn't sold in Germany.  Both vehicles have California plates. Appleinsider definitely isn't up for any news awards.
I would like to know if this Macbook will have AptX (CD-quality) audio via its Bluetooth 4.0, if anyone knows.....
The problem with the study is:  What constitutes the 'base line'?  How were the 2 players set up?  Were both equalizers set to 'flat'?  Even if they were, Apple's flat setting would be different from Pono's flat setting, and people might prefer Apple's version.  It's like Bose headphones or speakers, and how they're set up for a certain sound, usually a lot of bass and treble for pop music, which gives a sound that sounds great in the demos at Best Buy, but might not...
If bending the iphones was 'purposeful', as you say, then there's no reason the anti-Apple crowd couldn't have done it with the 5S or any other previous phone.  Some folks noticed their new iPhone 6's bending.  Someone showed in a video how he could do it pretty easily with his bare hands.  Consumer Reports shows that the 6 is a fair bit less rigid than the 5 or other popular phones, and slotted in slightly above the worst, the HTC One M8. I think the original poster's...
I love the bias on this site. What this data shows is that the iPhone 6's are worse than every other phone tested except the HTC One.  And only barely. And it confirms that the iPhone 6 is significantly weaker than the iPhone 5.
So they have test apparatus's (apperati?).  Of course.   It says they're the 'most tested iphone'.   And the 'duh' statement: "The bottom line is that if you use enough force to bend an iPhone, or any phone, it's going to deform," Riccio said.   Of course, with enough force you can break anything.   'Most tested' doesn't mean 'most successful' or 'most robust.' (They probably didn't show the press the bins of destroyed iPhones.)   And it neglects to answer the...
I'm not talking about originality.  I'm talking about mockery.  Mockery isn't acceptable.  Apple had fun mocking Microsoft.  Now the shoe is on the other foot, and people here get offended. You might have found Microsoft to be less-than-competent.  But they weren't nearly as arrogant as Apple.  Now Samsung is giving Apple a taste of its own medicine, and I love it. :)  Call it karma.  Jobs' karma is coming back against his legacy.
What's good for the goose isn't apparently good for the gander.
I love it.   Appleinsider loved the "I'm a PC/I'm a Mac" bashing of Microsoft.  They can dish it out but they can't take it.   I hope it works for Samsung as well as it worked for Apple.  Apple deserves a little comeuppance.   But the latest reveal was pretty ho-hum, so they don't need to be taunted too harshly.
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