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I believe those pictured are parachute pants although cargo pants would certainly do the job. Its like being a walking backpack though.
It has to do withe the bending moment and the moment of inertia rather than this 'bending vector'. I am sure they did a computational finite analysis on the structural integrity of the and also did bench techs in their materials lab. Hell, they have been doing CFD on there flow in the molds back when they were using plastic to do the most efficient flow and no cold seams. My point being they have a staff that is more than competent to design and test these but as to your...
You obvious have no engineering experience (or maybe common sense). I dare say if you take a wooden pencil and apply that forced it will not bend but break. Ever bend in a large building when there is an earthquake -- they sway to and fro and depending on the force applied usually don't incur much damage due to a 5-6 earthquake (assuming it was built to code). Not to be insensitive but the world saw what happens to the World Trade center when all the force came from once...
So this puts a different tilt on it -- you want to be able to yank on the middle of the cable to remove it from you iOS device or from the charger/computer. Cables are like any other piece of equipment, if care is taken in their use they can last a long life. I have numerous 30 pin and Lightning cables and chargers from the various devices I have sold to Gazelle when purchasing a new iPhone or iPad. I have only had one go bad in the entire family and that was my daughters...
 I am not saying you have not had this experience but I don't think it is typical.
I agree. I'd be shocked at the small cost of keeping a team around to make that happen. I am sure that they are running OS X on some sort of AppleARM chip, probably others too. I doubt the performance would be very tolerable and trying to run something like VMware or Parallels would probably be out of the question since they take a pretty good hit just having to emulate all the services and micro-core used on the PC clones (for lack of a better name) and they are already...
Not seeing anything new on the Developer side except Xcode 6.1b2 and Configurator 1.7. This often takes awhile to roll out across the net. Sometimes I see it before any announcement in AI and sometimes it is 12-18 hrs later. My time line is not that critical (yet) so I can live with a day but always do like to see what has changed (as everyone else on this site seems too also).   Cheers.
I am curious what your fantastic Sony phone battery life is like. I know the couple of Sony PDAs I had from them sucked (2-3 hours). I returned them and got my full refund since it was less than 30 days. Did it handle HFS+ files (bundles) correctly or did you have a slew of pcs. for each app, etc... How about FAT, FAT32, HFS files with separate data and rsrc forks?  My biggest question was what did you do with them on the Sony? Could you open an Office file, a PDF,...
I am not sure when Bluetooth 4.1 standard became reality. I found this on ArsTechnica that discusses some of the issues and is dated 5 Dec 2013. I suspect after they have had sometime to verify that it adds value they will move forward if appropriate. From what I read it seems to at least cover some of the stuff Apple does but it wasn't at all clear abut the LE side and there were some definite concerns about RF interference. I can't say one way or another but when you...
Stimulants work in a large portion (as much as 80%) of those diagnosed with ADHD/ADD but in others they can be a disaster.A relative of mine had a very difficult time finding something that worked for him and it turned out to be an unusual cocktail of anti-depressant, and some other supplements. Made a night and day difference for him. It is tough to tell what is going to work sometimes.  Might be a bit off topic but made me realize that if there is not patentable, big...
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