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What utter horseshit! Every single person, unless your a complete moron, in which case you shouldn't own a "smart" phone, knows that the OS and preinstalled apps take up part of the advertised storage. We should find Paul and Christopher, along with their lawyers, tar and feather them, and ship them to a remote island to fulfill their miserable lives.
Isn't there some way to throw these scumbag bottom-feeding lawyers in jail, and disbar them?
Talk about arrogance and ignorance......
And the pathetic half-wits pop up with their ridiculous rants....
"Fast pace"??? Seriously? The Mac Pro had not been refreshed in years, and Apple was heavily criticized for it.
Now it's time to prosecute the lawyers and disbar them to keep them from ever doing this BS again!
The reality of Chinese companies is that you can't trust their financial data - many companies keep two sets of books, hide their money and falsely report. Even world class audit firms can't keep up with all that's hidden in the financial shadows. This is reflected in the problem that even large corporations in China frequently change their accounting firms making it near impossible to keep up with their actual financials.
Sorry but IMHO your post is nonsense. Although there are exceptions, BAC is most frequently THE deciding factor in a DUI making the use and estimates totally relevant. Certainly slurred speech and lack of balance are important in roadside tests, but if you are using the device and data properly, and responding to it in a responsible manner, this device and the data it produces are totally relevant.
Seriously? What a waste of our fk'n time with this ridiculous opinion! How fk'n hard is it to put your finger on the home button to have it activate unlock almost instantly... Seriously, get a life...
The problem with these ridiculous lawsuits is they do not originate with actual customers, but originate with bottom feeding attorneys who go looking for plaintiffs so that they can line their own pockets with 10's of millions, and sometimes hundreds of millions, of dollars. Meanwhile, the actual customers end up with just a few bucks in their pockets. It's nothing more than legalized extortion.
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