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sog35 said:qwwera said:My 7 plus is like new. But that's because I'm not an idiot and not put a case on $900. product that I plan to man-handle constantly every day for two years.
To all the victims of shell-shaming I say, ignore those who deride you for the blemishes, scrapes, dents and scratches on your iPhone. Hold your phone up proudly and celebrate the proof that you actually use and enjoy it! Embrace the knowledge that you pay more attention to the people and events around you than to making sure your phone is protected as you blindly elbow those around you on the train!
But all kidding aside, I'm a little envious of people who are able to devote any mental and emotional energy whatsoever to the cosmetic condition of their devices. I tend to become obsessive about stuff like that, so rather than suffer anxiety about it I just try not to give a crap about how it looks as long as its working correctly. Just trying to achieve "working correctly" takes up so much of my time and attention that I just don't have the energy to deal with "looks pretty."
Soli said:lorin schultz said:Soli said:The sooner the better, for me, as I'm skipping this first release of this brilliant new design with all its included benefits.
* Note: I don't fault Apple for putting me at the back of the queue when I changed my order. That's on me.>
maestro64 said:This is not the first time the Jamie xx song caused legal issues. Allegations about misusage also surfaced at the time of the album's release, suggesting the artist hadn't licensed the samples, but it later turned out record label Universal had indeed cleared its use. Jimmy Hayes, another Persuasions member, claimed he was "told about it but forgot."
This is what the case is all about, some guy who probably took too many drugs back in the 70's who brain is fried and can not remember what he was too. The next best reason is the point others pointed out, this guy is just trying to drum up some free media time to get his name out on the market to sell some of his music.
damn_its_hot said:[...] probably wouldn't have cost more than $50 and a Colt 45 or MD20/20.
You should be really, really ashamed and embarrassed.
ericthehalfbee said:I love how these people don't sue the artist who used the samples, but go after someone down the line who used the artists song. I guess Apple has bigger pockets, so let's sue them instead of Jamie xx. This reminds me of suing Apple because the cell modem violates a patent, instead of suing the company that made the modem.damn_its_hot said:[...] Apple should have gotten permission though -- probably wouldn't have cost more than $50 and a Colt 45 or MD20/20.