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It's a win-win situation for the NCL (National Concussion League). Kaepernick should claim innocence due to frequent hits he's taken for the League's benefit.
With the imminent release of Yosemite, this has to be a Mac-centric event. (Apple doesn't want to have to support new hardware under Mavericks, too.)
Whatever happened with (to?) the people who spread false rumors of Steve Jobs' early demise, in 2008-2010?
That's because Google has already searched your e-mail for you.
I can't believe you would use it!
You're neglecting the lens! Smartphone lenses just aren't up to it. More MP in a smartphone sensor isn't necessarily better, using Samsung's devices as prime examples.
Primarily it's not the size of the aperture for passing light; it's the quality of the optics--and limitations of physics--in such a small lens. The resolving power of a smartphone lens is too poor for more megapixels to be significantly beneficial. Sure, you can gain a little more information by increasing the megapixels, but the returns rapidly diminish beyond the 8 MP of the iPhone. Storage requirements and processing time increase with very little gain in information....
It's not a myth we're holding onto. It's a tiny lens.But go ahead and retrofit a Galaxy S5 with that Canon lens and knock yerself out.
OLEDs can be thinner and lighter, which is perhaps the main reason the technology appears in the Apple Watch. OLEDs are more efficient when the display is mostly dark. LCDs are more efficient when the display is mostly light. It isn't clear which usage scenario (mostly light/dark) applies to an e-watch, but mostly black (OLED) would allow for claims of longer battery life.
FYI: Galaxy S5 LTE-A (not shown in the table) scored higher than the iPhone 6 Plus.
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