Originally Posted by TenoBell
As though any one expects you to say anything different.
Sorry but we're entitled to our opinions lol. Listening to Steve Jobs say he did copy and paste better to a crowd of screaming fans is like listening to Sarah Palin say something else obviously absurd to her screaming fans. It's an abortion of reality.
Originally Posted by digitalclips
I always believed they were waiting to do it right. The others all rushed it just to be seen to have a better feature than iPhone. Few are lucky enough to own a magic phone like Chronster who can run ten apps on his multi-tasking phone with zero increase in power consumption.
You shouldn't speak about things you know nothing about. I never said it had zero increase in power consumption, but I am saying it's nowhere NEAR the amount Jobs would have you believe. Me and solipsism got into this and I loaded up a great deal of apps to run in the background all day as I used my phone with normal use. At the end of the day it had consumed just 10% more battery than I was used too, leaving me with 60% instead of 70. Does this sound like what Jobs has been saying to be true? Oh, wait, he's implemented true multitasking with zero
increase in power consumption.
Originally Posted by solipsism
You're right, it's different because it's the only one that works the same throughout the entire system regardless of the item of field. In other words, it's the only one that is complete. That a difference people tend to like over the half-assed versions on Android and WebOS.
In WM I use copy and paste a lot, whether in email or from web to email, or from web to navigation, or from navigation to text. It all works. I didn't know Android and WebOS had problems with such things...
You shouldn't listen to me though. It's not like I'm someone who's listening to Steve Jobs say these things about certain functions that have worked perfectly fine on my phone for a long while now lol