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The Quebec law does not state a duration for, say, battery life. That would be ludicrous considering that some devices are not meant to last as long as others. The law, however, incorporates the concept of “fitness”. That is, that a device must be useable for the length of time it has been sold for. The law does not require a device to remain in the same state than the day it was bought for the lifetime of the product, only that it remains usable. The law sets a quality baseline. And this baseline is not very high. It’s a consumer protection act after all.
At this time, it isn't clear why Zhang left Rosenblatt.
Hyundai makes great cars. I never bought a car from the same manufacturer twice, because of quality issues, or design shortcomings. I made an exception with Hyundai. My last two cars, hybrids, have been from Hyundai and I have been very pleased with them. In fact, I’m looking forward to buying my next (hopefully fully electric) car from them. All this to say that Hyundai seems to be a great choice to materialise the elusive Apple car.
foregoneconclusion said:Very useful guide. I can't help thinking that Apple has kind of lost their way with the iMac right now. It's just kind of strange...
digitol said:I will probably never purchase a notch version of any Apple product. Hideous.*************************************************
roake said:A few properly place Hellfire missiles from an affected country would bring this type of activity to a stop pretty fast.
The perpetrators can easily move from one area to another. The missile attack would simply end up killing civilians that have nothing to do with the crime.
So you are, say, from Pakistan. You worked at Facebook in California before the pandemic. You were paid a huge Californian salaries.
Now you work from home, in Pakistan. You do the exact same work, but you are not in California anymore. According to Facebook, you shouldn’t be paid for your work as you were in the US. Instead, your salary should be based on the average salary of the area you live in.Says Facebook: you’re welcome to work from home, but you’ll be treated as a second class citizen of the company.
charlesn said:Even the $399 iPhone SE supports WiFi 6.The MacBooks don’t support Wifi 6 because Intel CPUs are not on the cutting edge, and haven’t been for quite a while.