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georgie01 said:Yes, because the major news outlets never run news that is deliberately misleading or absurdly biased...
This may be a bit unpopular, but I need to say Diaz has some points. When he says "battery life that lasts for more than a few hours of usage, materials that are truly durable" both are on target. iPhone X's front & back glass is apparently easily damaged by dropping it, and it costs and arm and a leg to get such damage repaired. X also doesn't have any better battery life (unless you play color inversion tricks as AI disclosed) than previous models.
We should not fall over ourselves to claim a critic has no points just because he's shown bias in the past. Yes, he (for some reason) has many axes to grind, but ignore his critiques at your own peril, Apple. The rest of us want durable, long-lasting iPhones too.
GeorgeBMac said:So, my iPhone 6 is dead?
Rayz2016 said:I like the way they begin with an advert for themselves.
Correct. That's why this news of the new function is awesome for those of us in enterprise; it's the new way we'll be wiping and updating Macs as we redeploy them to new users.So if I had done a clean install last week on a 4yo Mac, you're saying it wouldn't have installed 10.12.3, but whatever version of 10.8 or 10.9 that it originally shipped with?
SpamSandwich said:next quarter I will vote in favor of any and every shareholder proposal requiring Apple to divulge these kinds of politically motivated expenditures.
Good luck with that. The rest of us shareholders will vote status quo to keep Apple on track to becoming the first $1 Trillion company.
cornchip said:As long as my $94mo bill doesn’t go up & my service continues to improve I don’t see the problem.A merger lowers their incentive to do what you want. With less competition, why would they not raise your bill and why would they have an interest in improving service???