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 I have to agree here. The UX is a mishmash of compromises typical of, say, buying non-Apple products. It feels very un-Apple like.I would prefer that Apple take over manufacturing of CarPlay head units and iOS game controllers, and bring some of that much needed vertical integration magic. Letting other manufacturers do their thing feels like it's bound to result in a more Windows- or Android-like user experience across the board.
So basically, the more you "own" the more "property rights" you lay claim to. Then I have nothing because as a cable subscriber I "own" no "property." Am I reading you correctly? I have to own a cable property to have any say in this democracy, right?
 She's another forum contrarian who reacts to any positive comments about Apple. They defensively post "but but but !!!"
Do you want fries and a drink with your McPhone?
I knew from the headline alone who wrote this article
You think you're so smart. That's how they get you.Read this, and arm yourself with knowledge:http://krebsonsecurity.com/all-about-skimmers/
It's no worse than rollin' chrome 30s on the Escalade wrapped in 35 series white walls.
Good to know if I'm ever in The Deep.
No, I don't think a comparison can be made, simply because Apple and their direct competitors are held to different standards. CR data shows that the iPhone 6 Plus is quite resistant to being bent in normal use, far more rigid than the HTC One m8, yet bendgate is about the iPhone, not the HTC. I don't think anyone denies the CR data, they just don't seem to care that the m8 is so bendy. Given this kind of systemic lopsided application of standards, Apple can never, ever...
I think there was pent-up demand for the 5.5" model at launch, but things have settled into the ratio that fits my idea as to how the US market would shake out, once non-line-waiting customers got around to making purchase decisions. The 5.5" is for phablet-crazy Asian markets.
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