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Guys, I own a 15'' retina. I don't know what version of OSX I am running, other than that its mountain loin(is that the newest cat?), but i know it doesn't have the newer updates to it. I read before I updated that this releases before 10.8.3 had issues with the video performance and processor performance. Will 10.8.3 go on my macbook without decreasing the performance? Does it fix the issues with the earlier updates? Thank you for the help
I am about to watch the video. But I have a 32gb iphone 5. I find that it doesn't run as smoothly as the 3G and 4 when I first got them (clearly with newer software, these old models slowed down) but for a brand new phone. I am simply OK with the way the iphone 5 runs. I find it to lag here and there for a short time (nothing that is usually too annoying). I guess it is due to the growing complexity of iOS but its far from the near prefect iOS I once knew.  I also must...
Agreed. I ordered mine in late August with no issues.   I get the blue screen of death on windows sometimes (use it for school). But it's nothing short of amazing. Knock on wood
I guess I'll be switching back to pcs then. Cause I want a processor that's powerful and compatible with windows. Stupid move IMO I like ARM in phones Etc Hopefully it's just be like a version of the MacBook Air and not all MacBooks
I guess I'll be switching back to pcs then. Cause I want a processor that's powerful and compatible with windows. Stupid move IMO I like ARM in phones Etc Hopefully it's just be like a version of the MacBook Air and not all MacBooks
It's interesting how apple fans point out how much better the iPhone 5 screen is vs GSIII (myself included) But when the other guys do well, y'all whim that it doesn't matter. Don't be hypocites, the cheaper tablets have been screens. The end. I don't care for mini or other tablets. I love my ipad 2 and wouldn't mind the iPad 4th gen. But google offers a better specs tablet in the nexus 7. Mainly with screen. I don't know anything about androids, they are nice ( but I...
Lol actually, if you do the mathThat leaves apple with about a minute of down time a year.I don't expect it to be that good. But say like 99.5%That gives about 44 hours of downtime a year.My experience ( IDC about yours) is they haven't exactly kept this.I get better uptime from non apple services.Nonetheless, apple will fare just fine
I was just starting to use iMessage again. I like my phone to work, so after some difficulty with iMessage earlier on, I stopped using it. (Some of it was due to coverage) but my experience was usually poor even in good service. Since I got my iPhone 5. I've left it on and been much impressed but lately. It's been poor again. And will probably stop using it again at some point if this continues. Dont offer a service if you can't keep it running basically 24/7 say 51.9999...
  Like i said before, 2500+ charges = 0 problems At the current rate, my iphone 4 is more likey to turn to dust       I made note of that
True, just for the cord though. Just saying, everyone on here seems to think that just because they aren't "Apple Approved", means that they suck (i am sure some do). My mom, girlfriend, and I all used cords that were not "Apple Quality" for our iphone 4s, so probably a combined 2500 charges over 2ish years, we all three still have our iphone 4s as backup phones and ipods. So just saying, i also have to note, that we had cords from 3 different suppliers.   Though the...
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