845 posts • joined Thursday 17th May 2007 09:59 GMT
Re: Buying favour
Apple's culture would not make that likely at all.
Nice to hear from you, schill.
Re: Somebody PLEASE!!!!
I use Pixelmator too and like it. It's not Photoshop, but it feels like with an big injection of cash and features it could forge a new path. Apple has the money, but do they have the inclination?
Re: I know who I believe,
"The latter has become somewhat tired, with the cost no longer justifying it's benefits. When was the last time iOS actually gained anything innovative? Even Siri was an acquisition of an existing app. Of course, most of the iFashionistas replacing their iPhones yearly don't care, drinking skinny latte and smugly looking down on the Chavs with old BB or new 'Droid handsets.."
iPhone users update every 2 years, as you would know if you knew anything.
Well done on manipulating your keyboard to issue, though.
Re: Our Survey Say's
Thing is, Apple's logo is an apple, and it's prominently displayed on all of their products. My 3 year old daughter called my phone 'apple' before she knew it was a phone.
So you're wrong as well as being a massive bell-end.
Re: @ The Resident Phone Licker
"most people are clueless and/or stupid"
Thus writes the imbecile.
Re: Beats are trash ....
I've had enough of this.
Every mobile phone I've ever bought came with a pair of earbud 'phones. THEY HAVE ALL BEEN SHIT. Nokia were the absolute shittest, Ericsson next, then Sony then Apple. Yes, the shitty white Apple earbuds were the best bad earphones I've ever had.
I like listening to music on my iPhone, so I have a pair of Audio Technica M50s. The lead is irritatingly long, but the sound and comfort more than make up for it.
Have you bothered to look at the specs for modern phone DACs / audio hubs? They're bloody impressive. Go have a poke around the Wolfson website for a start.
Re: Beats vs. BeyerDynamic
Re: Sad realities
Just fuck off. Look at a fucking iPhone teardown and learn a thing or two.
Boring and inaccurate, nice work.
Re: Finally paying the price
Don't worry, they will.
How you drew that conclusion from the graph is a total fucking mystery to me.
Yes it does, it only misses out on the features it can't support in hardware. My family has a 3GS, 4 and 4S all running the latest OS.
Re: i should know better by now
No, the camera is shit. I was involved in an ad campaign for the Lumia where the ads were all going to be shot on the phones... Until we tried and discovered how awful the pictures are. Honestly, no where near as good as an iPhone 4S or 5 or a recent Samsung. The ad ended up being shot on Canon 5Ds.
Re: They bought a stolen laptop.
In a sense, yes.
iPads et al used in the classroom are not there to teach programming or replace PCs, except insofar as the PC was doing a bad job of running whatever app type the iPad is more suited to.
Re: Bing Maps?
I think that needs to be qualified - definitely better PHOTOGRAPHY than Apple Maps, way better than Google where I live - sharper, ortho and newer.
Re: Lack of Applications?
Last figures I saw said - since the introduction of the iPhone 5 - iPhones outsold Galaxies worldwide by a handy margin. For the UK market, you might be correct.
Indeed they do
And that purpose is to profit from making a second rate parody of an iPhone.
Re: NO! It doesn't make sense. It would ruin Apple!
And which iPhone parody does offer one street cred?
Re: Stupid, really.
...and that's why you're not making a fortune selling phones and computers.
Re: 4000 cds
4000 x 0.7 / 10 = 280GB ie about 2 big iPod's worth
Re: Writer was intent on high risk of failure
Isn't it plugged in when it's in the driveway?
You drive the car around in the day, get home, plug-in, fuck off inside. Every morning you have a fully charged car. This is precisely what was discovered during the GM Impact trial. The trialllists got so used to this routine, they never even CONSIDERED their car's range.
Perhaps you never make long car journeys?
Perhaps you fly to your holiday destination? Or sometimes use a train? Or already have an ICE car? or are intelligent to work out the costs/benefits for your own lifestyle without some clueless fucknut telling you what to do?
Re: In what way
You could walk up with a little Honda generator.
Re: 2G / 2.5G / 3G air interface test engineer here...
I use a 4S on Voda and have had no more probs than usual using 6.1 (now 6.1.1). Mind you, I don't use Exchange. Disappointed that Voda signal still utterly shit in my hometown, of course.
Re: It's probably not the phone
Absolutely, and they STILL don't support visual voicemail. Lazy twats.
Why didn't you image the disk, FFS? What a colossal waste of time.
You don't have to provide ANY details apart from a user name and password to set up a Mac. It's all optional. Learn to READ dialogue boxes, man.
Re: it won't even talk to the BBC on this issue.
Wow. You've been sucking down the Android Kool-Aid pretty hard.
This car isn't for everyone!
don't tar EVs with the 'green' brush. These cars are engineering-led projects that seek to redefine the methods and materials used in creating personal transport. They're not for saving the planet, except insofar as more intelligent use of resources benefits us all. I would have thought that anyone with an interest in engineering and technological progress would value the work being done to commercialise EVs.
A Nissan Leaf. If used correctly it should be able to provide for your requirements. Unfortunately, the first thing most people seem to want to do with EVs is take them on long journeys, quite why I have no idea when Diesel cars are already perfected for that task.
What about the bloody CAR?
The Model S (along with the similar Fisker Karma) is a major advance in personal transport. I can't believe that we're looking at the trees instead of the wood.
That doesn't make any sense at all - cat launched jets have far better range that STOVL, so would better be able to make land, refuel in the air and pretty much anything else... at lower cost!
Let's not forget the horror stories of Harriers returning from sorties and having to dump their entire weapons load in the sea before attempting to land. STOVL planes look great at air shows, but their military benefit is questionable, and their massive cost unarguable.
Re: Why the love for all the US aircraft?
...more likely gas-powered drones being launched form the deck of the otherwise entirely unemployed CVF.
You don't get much High Spend Rail for even the massively over inflated cost of this crapulous carrier.
I think the clue is in the word "brand".