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You don't repeatedly turn on the phone to respond to one notification. You repeatedly turn on the phone to check whether you have a notification. Whether or not you do this, I see people do this all the time.
There is no contradiction in what he wrote. He said there is no notification after the initial chime, and in order to find out about missed notifications in the case that you miss the initial chime you have to turn on the display. That solution is not elegant because by repeatedly turning on the display to discover any missed notifications you drain a lot of battery.Android phones have gotten around this problem with the notification LED and even more advanced solutions...
Eh, it goes both ways.
Take that up with DED. I'm just quoting him.
 I'm glad you have finally admitted that Apple doesn't outsell Android in the high-end market, which is what LTE indicates.
Those are CONTEXTUAL suggestions. Not sure if the keyboard makes suggestions PER-PERSON but personalized suggestions certainly implies that the keyboard can make suggestions at that level.
You're describing exactly what the Google keyboard and other 3rd party keyboards have done for a while now. This shows a portion of the Google keyboard settings.
 I read that article, and it doesn't give Apple or its apologists an out when Apple follows the rest of the industry to a larger screen.  Apple's screen was very large by standards of the day.  Those standards prevailed because people had different needs and expected far less from their phones.  Since the introduction of the iPhone, people have become more dependent on phones for a wide variety of computing needs and media consumption.  Every other manufacturer except...
 First, how can you claim Apple's implementation is "more effective than what Samsung itself was designing as an ARM licensee" when Samsung hasn't released a 64-bit chip. Second, Samsung is making the A7 for Apple, so they were not at all blindsided by its introduction. Third, regardless of how Apple's introduction of the A7 might have spurred Samsung to move to 64-bit processors earlier (and I think it likely has), you cannot reasonably say Samsung is copying Apple when...
That can't be right. So many people here have spoken the truth that nothing of that size can sell. It can't sell because Apple isn't in that market and Apple is only in markets that sell. How could I have been misguided for so long?!
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