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Posts by Michael Scrip

I don't think the iPhone naming system is confusing at all. There's always one current iPhone for sale... and 2 more (last year's and the year before)Sometimes the current model has an "S" and other times it doesn't. But that shouldn't matter. All you need to be aware of is which one is the newest... and that the older ones follow behind it.When the iPhone 4 came out... it was the newest iPhone. When the iPhone 4S came out... it was the newest iPhone. When the iPhone 5...
If buyers perceive that nothing has changed... then that's their problem.Apple's marketing kicks in and TELLS you all the stuff that have been improved.Apple made sure that everyone knew that the iPhone 4S was quite an improvement over the iPhone 4Faster processor, better camera, Siri...I see what you're saying... that a person might not understand what an "S" model is.Then again... Apple makes sure to highlight the improvements. It's kinda hard to ignore "It's the most...
My favorite part was "it's just a big iPod Touch" meaning that a "phone OS" doesn't belong on a tablet device. And then here comes all the Android tablets... a Blackberry tablet... and even a Palm tablet... all from phone manufacturers. Sheesh...
Those are pretty important things... right? We'll see what Blackberry does with their next round of tablets... but I'm not expecting any miracles.
Ah thanks... I didn't know that. 23% is pretty good. But with more and more people accessing Facebook from a mobile device (I think it's over 60%) I'm sure they want to make more money from mobile.Perhaps that's why they are making a mobile OS ?
It helps that Netflix collects at least $8 a month from millions of customers.It sounds like Facebook developing its own mobile OS to finally make some money from its mobile users.
That's what I was thinking. After your phone is paid off... it would be smart to keep that phone for a while and enjoy a lower monthly bill.But most people want a newer phone... so they're back to paying more each month.T-Mobile's new plans make a lot of sense on paper... but most people will upgrade their phones whenever they can.
Nope... the yearly contract is billed monthly.When you sign up for the yearly contract... they draft the money out of your account every month... for 12 months.Yes... it works out to $600 a year... but you do not have to fork over $600 upfront.The other plan is month-to-month for $75 a month. You only pay for the month... no contract... cancel after that month if you want to.
Who is using the whole Adobe CS6 suite of professional products... but can't somehow make $50 a month?If you're just fooling around on your computer... maybe CS6 isn't the right product for you. Adobe Elements might be more your speed. But if you're doing any kind of serious work... you should be able to afford that.I'm exactly the type of person you describe... a freelancer with a sometimes inconsistent money flow. BUT... I still make way more than enough to cover my...
In the United States... Apple is #1 and Samsung #2 in sales. And in the entire world... Samsung is #1 and Apple #2 in sales. It's clear both those companies are doing something right... making billions of dollars... and will be around for a long time. So... what about the rest of the industry? Aren't those other companies the ones we should be worried about?
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