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It appears that iPhone owners are smart enough to top off their power before a flight so they will be able to use it on the flight (music, videos, to-do lists, etc) & to contact/coordinate with who is ever picking them up. Additionally, a cell phone is a safety device, & in times of emergency, needs to perform at its max. The photo conveys to me that perhaps sammy owners aren't that smart, are in 'power-saving' mode (its in their pocket) or possibly, just can't afford...
And because they don't have or can't afford their own wifi, their bandwidth gets priority over yours. Of course, if that bandwidth is piracy or child porn, you the account holder will still be responsible, even if you have logs. You "knew or reasonably should have known" this could happen. Have a nice life after that.
I'm grandfathered with AT&T with unlimited data for $30 a month since the year after the iPhones came out. I chose that plan, paying $5 extra a month, so I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY about occasionally going over plan & being charged extra. My average has been about 1.7 to 1.9 gigs of usage, which was consistently below the the $25 2gig plan. Only once in the last 6 yrs, did I get a message giving me a heads up indicating I had used 4 gigs of data, yet no threat of throttling....
I thought the Mods let this forum topic go uncheck at the request of government. That way, 'who' took 'what' position in the heated debates (nothing to do with the topic) were a matter of record & duly noted. They can work it backwards from that.   I hope Apple doesn't relent. That could make the iPhones contraband in Russia, unfortunately driving up the price so the average, good resident can't afford it, only organized crime who want confidentiality doing their deeds,...
Google apparently tried to imply that the initial Barge mystery was an Apple-like 'next best thing.' However, failure to disclose what the purpose & value of the barge was, leaves people to speculate on why they were there, like to sniff additional wifi with passwords, & intercept traffic to target their adds.
The Russian government seems to want to know ALL information. What's interesting is that Snowden said he hadn't given up all of the information he had, that he was keeping some back as leverage to those who might try to harm him. I assume KGB President Putin & associates have really been nice to him in order that he reveal lots of info regarding NSA & the rest of the world. Snowden may claim he doesn't have info on Russia, but I can't believe that President Putin would let...
On vacation with MBP, AT&T iPhone5, & Verizon iPad. I chose Verizon to be sure I had coverage if AT&T didn't, which often was Edge service only in some areas until last fall. I never use/trust public wifi, & use the iPad both directly & as a hub for the MBP. Purchased 6gigs for $50 on Wed; transaction shows pending. My credit card was charged $.01 test charge, but not full transaction. IPad shows 6144 data balance "pending transaction," with no data still as of Friday...
So, if I've gone through my 'faces' part of the iPhoto program & labeled each photo with the person's (family member's) correct name, & the photos are currently stored on my computer, the new system will migrate all of my identified photos to the cloud? Seems like in would have already done the facial recognition work. Will my photos be rejected because I failed to include or stripped off geotags as well?
The last time I saw Apple products on sale at Costco, were Mac Minis for $100-150 off. Sounded like a good deal, until I realized it was 2 pallets of PPC minis, just after Apple changed to intel processors. That bothered me because I was watching elderly couples looking at them, & based on their discussion, hadn't a clue what they were considering. If I understand correctly, the phones & iPads Costco is offering for sale at a discount, are not 64 bit, don't have the...
As I recall from the presentation at WWDC, the iPhone Heath apps would capture your data & send it to your health care provider, who would then call you to warn of any dangerous conditions or schedule you for a visit. Does that info also or then go to your insurance carrier who says, 'holy crap, this person is suddenly a high risk for expensive surgeries & on-goining medical care...quick, raise his rates.' In other news, the xxxx medical database was hacked & all id's &...
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