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We have the standard sized paper passport (with the plastic thingy inside which can break), used for international travel, and we have a cc sized plastic card, standard credit card size if I'm not mistaken, ISO/IEC7810:http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_card_size#ID-1D-3 for passport sizeID-3ID-3 specifies a size of 125 × 88 mm (4.921 × 3.465 in). This size is the B7 format. This format is used worldwide for passports.(Sorry, on an iPad here and copy paste + accuracy...
This forum rally could use an IQ test before allowing basement posters to join.I would love that!
That may be true for a U.S. passport, but not for Europe. We have a plastic, hardened, first page (technically page 3 and 4 if your in the book binding business) which does bend but when trying to fold it this plastic will break. Now this info may be new to you but it does show the point Relic was making: you're ignorant to things you did not know. And please don't take this as an insult, it isn't meant as such, I'm merely showing you there are things 'out there' that you...
Good point Relic. We all need to keep an open mind to, well, anything in life. If we don't allow other views on a subject how is mankind ever going to keep innovating in their thinking? Change is good when done right.Oh, and if you ever feel the need to talk to someone other than your children, feel free to call. I have time and am in the same zone.
I have been reading too many articles on the 6 I completely forgot there are other, older iPhones being sold as well. Hence my reading failure on the numbers, as I added to my original post.Yup, the 179M estimate could very well turn out to be true. Staggering numbers.
Indeed. And may I add the fact that one cannot discern the pixels if it had a lower PPP to begin with? Or that stereo speakers wouldn't do anything, also a point the Android camp sometimes make. Or that 1GB is just fine when they software is optimised. For people who say they understand tech the Android lovers sure make the weirdest statements.Good points all around. And it is also nice to be in this niche group, as I usually prefer to support the underdog (though that is...
Good point, many suppliers. Even Foxconn has 9 factories in China alone.I would presume newer products take precedence of current ones. I see no problem with a current product taking a couple of days to be delivered, but new iPhones or whatever's just released would get priority. Much larger demand, and nice to post numbers sold in 1st 24 hours for 'bragging' rights.
You mean 2015, right? Because if he thinks they'll sell 63M in the december quarter, they would need to sell over 100M in the september quarter, which contradicts his estimate of ...never mind; the article has been rectified.edit: my reading comprehension failing here: the numbers are for all iPhones, not just the 6 & 6+. Mea culpa
Yes yes, awkward device, but certainly not "relying on the fragment Android market". They are relying on BB customers, either long standing ones, or even people who have flipped to another device. This, and other phones from them, still has customers, just like Apple had during the 'dark days'. I really can see this device take of for business people who simply live in email, like my manager.
How many different products can these manufacturers pump out each day? Would be nice to see a sheet with the numbers for each product some day. It must be mind boggling.
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