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Kuo understands that there are technical issues around waterproofing, but says he believes there are market pressures involved. Specifically, Apple's Made for iPhone (MFi) programme is a profitable business that would be affected.
So that MFi program is probably just a fraction of that and overall would represent nothing but a rounding error.
My source for the graph below is from https://www.statista.com/statistics/382260/segments-share-revenue-of-apple/.
aderutter said:The only disappointment to me is the maximum RAM is only 16GB and to me that should be the base amount of RAM.
My 6 year old MBP has 32GB RAM so I won’t be upgarding it yet. Sigh.
kelemor said:Calories per minute have a lot variety
persons age, gender, weight, resting heart rate, all play a role
It also breaks down in how much weight a person should lose per week. I originally learned 2 lbs a week is safe, now Ive gone to 1% per week
300lbs 3lbs per week
115 1.15 per week
only thing I hate about the watch is the damn challenges. It’s trying to kill me.
My February challenge is burn 33,000 calories during the month of February. I’m tired
16,544 of 33,000 completed.
The watch may help the sedentary types to get up and move a bit but will soon plateau if every thing else remains the same in their lifestyle.
General rules for everyone should be
1) Cut down on processed foods (saturated fats and sugar)
2) No soda drinks even the ones labeled “diet”
3) Exercise intelligently (3-4 days a week for 1 hr max per training session of interval and/or cross training)
4) Moderate your alcohol intake
No. 3 in particular will introduce your body to the after burn effect where you are essentially using fat reserves to rebuild your muscles. You will continue to burn fat for up to 48 hrs after the training session.
In March 2008, the International Telecommunications Union-Radio communications sector (ITU-R) was specified a set of requirements for 4G standards, named the International Mobile Telecommunications Advanced (IMT-Advanced) specification, setting peak speed requirements for 4G service at 100 megabits per second (Mbit/s)(=12.5 megabytes per second) for high mobility communication (such as from trains and cars) and 1 gigabit per second (Gbit/s) for low mobility communication (such as pedestrians and stationary users).
The above is from the Wikipedia entry for 4G communications.
To my knowledge carriers haven’t yet attained anywhere near 4G speeds yet.
I will not hold my breath for 5G any time soon.
hentaiboy said:A $3.5K iPad anyone?
Your amount does, thus NZ $3299 - $431 = NZ $2868. Converting that to US funds gives $USD 1892.88. You actually pay $US 6.12 less based on today’s exchange rate of US $0.66 to NZ $1.