17 posts • joined Monday 29th March 2010 18:33 GMT
Sounds as if author is grinding their axes.
4G on EE is impressively fast (35Mbps down, 20 up, 34ms ping). This leads to a far more pleasant smartphone experience. The coverage in my city is fine. It costs a few quid more than 3G - no more than that - I got 'double data' allowance, kept my Orange loyalty discount and paid £30 up front for the phone. I can tether for the few occasions I need to - and staying within the 2GB limit is not difficult. The iPhone 5 works brilliantly. The battery life is fine.
Relax, dear, it's just a consumer choice, not a religion. Not perfect or right for everyone but great for me and many others.
Rounded corners good, as is not using aluminium. I have been put off buying a Macbook by their oddly cold, sharp edged form (plus the vague tingling due to some earthing problem I really think they should sort out).
Re: S'OK I suppose, unless you need support
That is all.
Re: Murky banking deals
Beautifully rigorous logic there
That is all
Re: KarMa 1 Pope 0
What about the apostrophe transgressions?
Couple days? Did you mean "couple of days"?
Something you can do
Update April 6 9:15 a.m. PDT: An Adobe spokeswoman replied Monday night with the same statement above and this: "Users can also turn off this functionality in the Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat Preferences by selecting > Edit > Preferences > Categories > Trust Manager > PDF File Attachments and clearing the box 'Allow opening of non-PDF file attachments with external applications.'"
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