5 posts in 7 years, and tonight you were driven to add 2 more because you were bored. How thrilled the rest of us feel at our collective ignorance, we really must step up our game.
drew0020 wrote: »
What an intelligent response. Go figure. Like I said I do not expect much from these forums because most of the posts are from Apple shills but unlike most of you I own a lot of stock so I always appreciate your blind faith in a company ha.
I can post my receipt if that would make you feel better. I generally do not respond to such unintelligent posts but I was bored tonight
Why don't you buy a Surface instead? Samsung's side-by-side multitasking is a joke (only certain apps can do it, and never two you'd want at the same time), but Surface seems to have a general purpose implementation.
Yes, I would be interested in seeing your receipt.
If you make a claim, prove it or shut up.
Go find a hobby other than lying about a company, ‘kay?
You're welcome back anytime you decide to stop pouting about nobody agreeing with your opinions.
Thanks! Good luck in your search for intelligent discussion.
(should we tell him that they’re the ones looking for him?)
Having gone from the 4s to the 5s, I totally appreciate the speed bumps. I will not touch one because I know that I will want it to replace my version 3. But using the Touch ID lets me know I want that on my next iPad, even though security is less of an issue on an iPad than an iPhone, but I still want to have it.
drew0020 wrote: »
Similar to multitasking on a phone that no one cared about until Apple decided to implement it?
I mean come on. Having 2 programs side by side makes sense the same as true multitasking that Apple recently implemented.
Anyway. I'm done with this thread. The responses on here are clearly fanboyesque at worst and unintelligent at best. I guess I'll leave these forums because intelligent discussion is obviously not welcome here.
It's obvious why there's no TouchID on the iPads. I think the ultimate use of TouchID by Apple is for some sort of payment/personal ID system. And who's going to use an iPad for mobile payments? Your smartphone is the personal device that gets "attached" to the user and is the one always with you. This is the device where ID is important. Mobile payments are the obvious first use for this, but I can see it going a lot further.
Say you get stopped by the police and they ask to see your ID. You unlock your smartphone, open up your "Personal ID" App (which requires a press on TouchID for additional security) and your iPhone displays a digital drivers license the officer can then read. This could also be applied to birth certificates, social insurance numbers, health cards or any other government issued ID.
Taking this to the ultimate extreme, I can see a future very soon where you will no longer carry a wallet. There won't be a need as anything you'd typically carry could be stored digitally in your iPhone. About the only thing a wallet would be good for is carrying all the useless paper we habitually stuff in there......
robin huber wrote: »
Off topic, but I was reminded while texting on my new Air how much I dislike the default behavior of spellcheck when it skips a space after inserting the word. More often than not I have to then backspace to get rid of the space in order to put the ending on the word (e.g. "ing" "ed") or some punctuation or another. Would save me time to just insert my own space before the next word if I need it. Am I alone on this?
Get Side by Side. It's an app that goes up to 4 Windows. And it's f-ing FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
Are you running other apps that are memory hungry?