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I would argue that the poster of the comments regarding having 2 iPhones is not really debating anything. They're posting ridiculous anecdotal "evidence" that iPhones are definitely not the way to go cause you can't swap out the battery. As if there's no other means of continuing to use an iPhone after the battery dies. They're the type of troll who is simply trying to fit in with those of us who like Apple products and trying to gain our trust so that they can help set us...
Just a troll who wants you to think they've got 10 iPhones (no, they don't have any Apple products...the post is simply designed to spread FUD) cause that's the only possible scenario. Can't change out the battery so must have to have back-up iPhones. It's the only way.
The biggest thing here is that no matter how great the battery is or how great the OS software is at increasing battery life, if you use a ton of apps for hours every day, you'll be plugging in. There are a ton of Galaxy S3s and S4s and a few S5s at my job...and they're all being used to listen to music and do text and check Facebook (the latter two aren't really allowed but people do them anyway). There are also a bunch of iPhones being used for the same purposes. There...
Once Kia Motors really started making their own car designs (instead of legitimately rebadging Mazdas), they were initially copying design cues from higher-end cars. The Kia Optima used to look kind of like a bug-eyed Mercedes Benz. I mean sure, if you couldn't tell the difference, that was a real situation, but there were definitely cues taken from higher-end cars and slapped on lower-end cars just to class them up a bit. Were they outright copies? No. They're a reputable...
Nooo! Not Florian Mueller! He was the chosen one! He was supposed to destroy the Samsung...not join them! Who's next? "Well-connected" analyst Ming Chi Kuo? In Ming's next note to investors, it is decided from current supply chain checks, Apple is doomed and all should abandoned ship. Apple's upcoming iDevices are going to suck because they lack interesting features that aren't refined or finished and Samsung's approach to throwing the gimmicky kitchen sink features that...
I'm sorry. Samsung needs to simply move on. They fail at everything they try to do to get publicity or litigate against Apple. People will buy their products if they like them and if they work well. Stop trying to force celebrities to give a shit about you with a bunch of money and some useless title like GLOBAL BRAND AMBASSADOR and then watch helplessly as they tweet about how great you are from an iPhone. Or be caught at some event sponsored by you shooting photos with...
The music from the first video in this article immediately made me think, "The iPhone Controlled Drone, The Future & You - A Centron Production". Ok, that's all I have. Sorry. Carry on!
Sorry. Double post.
When Ming-Chi Kuo eventually dies, I imagine the tombstone reading "Ming-Chi Kuo - Was well-connected". Is "Well-connected analyst" on their business card or something? A business meeting: "Hello, I'm so and so from such and such company." "Hello! I'm the world famous and irrefutably well-connected analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo. I'm sure you are aware of my work." I think it's time to retire that adjective prefix, AI. It just sounds so pretentious and name-droppish. Can we...
Ideally, yes. But every company, even Apple, is guilty of something shady somewhere. Of course, some of these activities are less evil than others. Some may even suggest these activities in some way even benefit the end user/customer. Like, Google apps/services for one. We get to use their stuff for free…you could probably call it our "employee discount".
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