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Is Candy a particularly common word outside the US? I don't hear it often, if ever.
The entire spaceship campus is being clad in it.
Interesting development. "Anywhere" makes me wonder if Apple have allowed this as part of a wider move to prep for more of a push into the living room.
You must have missed all of the "iPhone 5, but it's the 6th phone" controversy and all of the "4S isn't a true upgrade" nonsense.I'm not being entirely serious about it being a major cock up, but it does seem to have caused some people a lot of grief.And I don't think the criticism is undue, Apple seem to have been winging it with their naming conventions in the early iPhone years. iPhones, great; iPhone naming conventions, not very well thought through.
And that's fine. That's a measured response to evidence. A key phrase reaction on a single occurrence of "I love Apple, but" is not.Like when? I'm rarely negative on Apple.I dismissed the "I love Apple but" troll identification formula, since that is the main subject of the conversation, and I think I gave a fair account of why.The moderation is good, I agree (shout out to Marvin for doing a great job). What isn't so good is the mob of users, some of them long timers who...
Did I imagine typing "and discussion topics"? No, there it is in the quote in your post, I guess you missed it? I don't imagine anyone will accept your wager when I've already confirmed exactly what you're betting on.
Because God has a creepy interest in what goes on in the bedroom of two consenting adults.
I'm sure I remember reading that TouchID is to some degree enabled by 64-bit because of its advanced cryptography capabilities. I wonder if that means Samsung's version is significantly worse functionally, in addition to the poor usability in swiping and one-handed use.
That's the 3G, not the 2G (original iPhone). Unless you're using 2G to mean second generation, which isn't a great idea since the 2G phone is called the 3G. What a naming clock up that was from Apple, six years ago.
I don't deny that it's probably unnecessary, but so is most discourse and social convention; and it's also a fairly obvious way of introducing yourself to a community and declaring your interests.  The idea that it's a fool-proof way of detecting trollish behaviour is nonsense.  Even if 100% of trolls used that language, does that mean 100% of people who use that language are trolls?  Basic logic says no, A does not equal B, unless you have some other evidence.   The...
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