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rogifan_new said:If Apple knew the phone could be more susceptible to bending but didn’t attempt to fix and shipped anyway that doesn’t look good. I’d like to see some of the actual documentation.
This article is fairly good example of what's wrong with Tech reporting. The apparent goal was to bash a competitors product based on hyperbole and a gross misstatement of the facts. Shame on Apple Insider. (FWIW, I use a lot of Apple products thus, my observations are not based on a fanboyism for Microsoft - or any other manufacturer.)
mike1 said:Maybe it's a wishful thinking, but I thought I read once that a forthcoming update would allow group messages to keep iMessage for those with Apple devices and only send SMS to the greenies, not everybody.
I must be missing something but, isn't that how it works now? Our family "group" includes both iPhone and non iPhone users Yet, we are all able to message each other via iMessage and/or SMS. Only those without an iPhone show up with a green bubble.
And, we expect more from Amnesty International?
Today is 5/31/16. This device has been available for well over 6-8 months. These issues have widely reported for many months - long enough for Microsoft to completely resolve them. FWIW, almost all of the issues were related to Intel's Skylake processor.
Look, I read Apple Insider because I use Mac's (And Windows). Why the writers on the site seem to want to denigrate anything not Apple is ridiculous. Report on AAPL. If I want to read about MSFT, I'll go to Windows Central (Which, by the way, never mentions either AAPL or GOOG in a derogatory manner.). Grow up!