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Who cares? Why is someone's personal buying habits anyone else's concern?I don't care what you buy. These forums are filled with trolls who list their every Apple product ever owned thinking it would "win over" others; it doesn't. Nor would I think differently of them if they wanted to buy something else. I mean, Steve Jobs used to own an IBM ThinkPad, because NeXT wasn't making laptops. Do I think any less of him? Hardly.
Those who argue in favor of "contrarian opinions" on these forums frequently mistake trolling for honest debate. Folks who are pro-Apple also mistake honest debate for trolling. A contrarian is not necessarily a troll, but it is very easy for them to slip into that pattern of behavior. Unfortunately, there's no clear definition that everyone will agree on, but intentional use of certain rhetorical devices and memes can strongly suggest trolling intent. BF was someone who...
ringing the dinner bell for the usual suspects...
Sounds pretty nasty.
But they purchased GTAT... Oh wait. Never mind.
Now that's interesting. Radio Shack waived the rights to Apple customers' data...I am not familiar with those kinds of agreements. Is this uncommon?
Reminds me of people who never post anything in the forums unless it's "FIRST POST!!!"You appear to be only interested in being the first on your block to have one. You aren't really interested in owning the Apple Watch and/or you lack the patience and perseverance needed to accomplish that goal. (Let that be a lesson, kids: don't be like this guy.)And BTW, my space gray 42mm shipped on time, just so put your little "rage cancel" rant in perspective.Good news: Samsung has...
On the flip side, very few product leaks happened with the watch before the big reveal.
He's not criticizing Google for not being open, he's criticizing Google for feigning openness when it suits their image and closed when it doesn't. The clever trick they played is that they labeled both open and closed products the same: Android. It's an umbrella term for both AOSP and closed-sourced, and tightly controlled GMS that OHA members agree to use and support exclusively. Google is so "open" see what happened when Acer, an OHA member, tried to sell an Aliyun...
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