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Posts by hill60

Some Rolex models are an investment, most of them, not so much. A Steve McQueen Daytona for example.
Been downloading photos from safari for years.Hold finger on picture.Save to camera roll.Done.
The Moto G is a low to mid range phone, sold cheap.Not much money in it for Lenovo.
I guess the HTC One's (M7, M8) with their 4 megapixel cameras are screwed then, no wonder they aren't making money in spite of being hailed as the best Android handsets by reviewers.
Recently I had to transfer my wife's iPhone 5 to a Galaxy S4, while it went for repair (it took a few days for a service swap), because the S4 was rooted (Google Play edition), Samsung Smart switch or KIES wouldn't work. Got the replacement iPhone back and synced it with iTunes and everything was back the way it was before.
 Spoken like one of the losers stuck with old fashioned 32 bit. "The bits that are better, aren't important, so we won't count them." :- Android fans.
Sorry I'm only interested in 64 bit phones, like the PC's I've had a few years now. Keep your old fashioned 32 bit junk.
Then there's all the crap saying the new iPhones are comparable to 2012 Android phones, which conveniently leaves out 64 bit.
Gmail is still fairly pathetic when it comes to transferring contacts, I guess it has something to do with them dumping activsync.   Random contacts just don't show up.
 Can't anonymous requests be made to the PTO, as happens with every single patent Apple sues over?
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