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Posts by TokyoJimu

Beacause I don't relish the thought of shelling out over $900 (unlocked iPhone 6, 128 GB, $850 + 8% tax) any sooner than I have to. Even if I got one subsidized, it would still be about $500. This isn't pocket change.
I really wish I had not updated my 4S to iOS 8. It is now horribly slow, and key functionality is severely degraded. Is there any way to go back?
 It's not just "devices" that use NFC. I've been paying by NFC at McDonald's for years just using my NFC-equipped VISA card.
The U.S. Is (fashionably?) late to many soirées.
It's not clear if you have to pay for WiFi to use this, or if it's free for all passengers.
I don't think I've ever seen an NFC credit card terminal in China, so they have a long way to go.
If you use a MC- or VISA-branded debit card, is it processed as a debit or a credit transaction? Is there any way to select this?
No one has talked about its use as an HTPC (Home Theater PC). Is the new entry-level model sufficient for that do you (all) think?
"there's nothing that would stop you from buying a Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint device at the Apple Store and coming over and putting a T-Mobile SIM in it," Umm, except for the fact that AT&T iPhones are SIM-locked for the duration of your contract.
iOS 7 on my 4S meant six months of hell until they finally issued the 7.1 bugfix update. I think I'll wait to see what others think of this release.
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