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Posts by PhilBoogie

SIM cards are going away, and for good reason. There really isn't any reason a piece of HW meeds to be replaced just because we want a different carrier. This can be done in software, and Apple is the only company to pioneer this. Just look at the floppy & CD.The number one reason Apple wants to remove the SIM slot is because it accumulates dirt and at some point cannot be opened anymore. Ask any Genius at the Bar.
The sooner SIM cards die the better. Fiddling with a piece of plastic at the airport is no fun. Just embed the darn thing and have the user 'do it all' in software. While the fear of carrier lock in is a valid concern, I don't think it will make the current situation worse. Over here in The Netherlands the larger telcos don't even bother locking your phone. And those who still do; they are required by law to remove the lock after one year. Yes, also for those who have...
What's next, DigiTimes claiming Apple is going to release a 7.9" screen iPhone next year¿
I agree.Eyebeacon could've been a better choice.
Excellent post sir. All valid points, including your opening statement. And thanks for having me looking up kabuki.
QFT. Unfortunately this can be repeated over and over, yet somehow the blogosphere is filled with posts from idiots who at some point will hop over to MacRumours, only to find a comfort zone because of similar idiotic posts. BF comes to mind.
Still laggy after enabling 'Content Blocker' ad thingy?That's a wise decision. I hardly ever hear people upgrading their 'main machine', be it their iPhone or Mac.
That's solid info; thanks.
Yes, you said so. But can you confirm? Have you successfully downgraded and activated iOS8?
So, we don't know. That doesn't cut it for me.
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