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saltyzip said:The pixel 2 is only sold in a few countries which are Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Puerto Rico, Spain, United Kingdom and United States, so you have to take that into account with the sales numbers.
At the end of the day the pixel 2 has been rated as a superb phone, and most of those educated in this business seems to carry one and use it as their main driver.
anantksundaram said:I am sure he’s a good, competent person and all that, but I am not convinced that Mr. Patel should appear on videos.
Soli said:These are good ads. There's nothing for Apple sycophants to get upset over.
sfolax said:I used to enjoy DED articles, but to be honest this constant bickering and "everyone else is wrong" is starting to get boring and monotonous.
At least the other writers here bring some variety in their articles.
gmgravytrain said:Blunt said:The Pixel 3 is pobably to busy sending data to Google.
If it runs on Android OS, then yes. Android OS is built to harvest personal data for Google. Guess what? 99 out of 100 consumers don't care.
rogifan_new said:Let me guess, Tim will wax on about making Apple products affordable for everybody while the prices for what they announced last Wednesday have gone up. iPhone 8 started at $699, XR starts at $749. Prior to Wednesday the iPhone line started at $399, now it starts at $449. Apple Watch Series 3 GPS started at $329, Series 4 starts at $399. Series 3 GPS + cellular was $399, Series 4 is $499. The entry level Watch started at $249, now it’s $279. The most expensive iPhone 6 Plus (128GB) was $949. A 64GB iPhone XS Max is $1,099. You can argue that the price increases are justified but bottom line prices are going up.
techno said:I wonder if we will start seeing some negative stories in lead up to "Gather round" event. Drive the price down, buy some shares and sell them when they go back up after the new products launch.