or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by joelsalt

 My question would be: if Apple uses BASE-10 and Samsung/other use BASE-2 (unless I have that backwards) then how can they both be "16GB" phones, assuming they are using the exact same chip? For marketing purposes does Apple mean BASE-2 when they say we have a 16GB iPhone? And if so, does this make DED's argument valid? (i.e. is the "remaining" memory also BASE-2, when put in this comparison)
I thought that was a bioga?
She seems to me to almost be a professional troll.  I'm basing that only off information from this article/thread though.
Ahh - fair enough. I was thinking more battery use but of course audio quality is paramount for people who actually listen to music ( I tend to just listen to podcasts/itunes U)
I'm wondering with bluetooth 4.0 if we are able to ditch the headphone jack all together?  Or when?
I think you suffer greatly from misunderstanding semantics.  Opinions can't be true or false - unless the opinion is given falsely in order to misdirect. The very nature of an opinion is that it is what one believes to be true. The conviction behind the opinion can be true or false, or more likely somewhere in between.
 I've found the "Apple TV 3" preset correctly sets up 5.1 Although, IIRC I had to change something in the settings (from Automatic to Dolby Logic Pro or something) to get the 5.1 to start working
Maybe they are selling the batters simply for mice and keyboards, and the thinking is that the Ni-MH is good enough for those? I only have to recharge my mouse about once a month, and my keyboard just a few times a quarter as-is. Just a thought?  (i'd actually like to see built in rechargeable li-poly in the magic mouse and a port to plug-in to charge, but maybe that's crazy)
New Posts  All Forums: