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JoelMikel

Dec 9, 2015, 9:02 AM
over in the "Apple-Made iPhone 6 Battery Pack Graces Apple Store" discussion:

?

No details on their website about capacity or weight of this unsightly aberration
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MadFatMan

Dec 9, 2015, 1:27 PM
over in the "Apple-Made iPhone 6 Battery Pack Graces Apple Store" discussion:

Does Apple Make Anything NEW Anymore?

It would appear that Apple has failed to deliver on the jaw dropping wow factor since they released the iPhone and iPod touch (essentially the same device) back in 2007.

The only innovations that I have seen is that they are taking things that have already proven themselves in the marketplace and rebranding it "Apple".
middlekid3058

Dec 9, 2015, 10:14 AM
over in the "Apple-Made iPhone 6 Battery Pack Graces Apple Store" discussion:

BYE BYE MOPHIE, IT WAS NICE KNOWING YOU!

APPLE SAYING FU TO THIS COMPANY...
thebriang

Oct 14, 2015, 10:55 AM
over in the "Apple Found Guilty of Infringing U. of Wisconsin Patent" discussion:

Hmm, Im torn about this one...

Apple is the king of the patent trolls, so it Is kind of karmic.

Then again, WARF is kind of a patent troll organization themselves, I mean how many colleges sue for patent infringement? When you read some of the other suits they have filed for their "patents", Id say some of them definitely Are bogus, patent troll type.

And if you read the long boring contested patent where they try to dazzle with 50 pages of deep technobabble, its not exactly breaking new ground, its when a CPU makes a wrong prediction, it makes a table of those mistakes to help it predict more accurately next time.

That's a basic feature of most CPU's for years, some even before their patent, and just because everyone else (like Intel) just rolled over and pa...
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WhySoBluePandaBear

Oct 13, 2015, 10:05 PM
over in the "Apple Found Guilty of Infringing U. of Wisconsin Patent" discussion:

Listen, I get it

But really, was anyone going to use that patient for anything massive or significant? We know the answer to that.


Apple should pay them fairly of course - but being real for a second, they were the only ones who were making significant use of it.


Any REAL scientist or inventor doesn't patient ideas/inventions. If you don't believe me, watch Cosmos - so many geniuses opted out of making a fortune or claiming intellectual property, because they were interested in FAR more than just money or fame.
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Zpike

Oct 14, 2015, 9:09 AM
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over in the "Apple Found Guilty of Infringing U. of Wisconsin Patent" discussion:

Injunction

They should enforce an injunction against all infringing iPhones immediately.

I find it hilarious how patent cases tried in Apple's home town always go in their favor. But as soon as someone tries one in a less biased court we find out what the law really thinks of Apple's shenanigans. Lucy Koh must be furious.
tbacba

Oct 13, 2015, 6:47 PM
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over in the "Apple Found Guilty of Infringing U. of Wisconsin Patent" discussion:

Karma

What goes around comes around. Sweet.
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tgc1980

Sep 10, 2015, 3:10 AM
over in the "Apple Drops Prices of Last Year's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus" discussion:

Gold

I'm glad I got my Gold iPhone 6 Plus when I did.
acdc1a

Aug 17, 2015, 8:58 AM
over in the "Sprint Intros 'iPhone Forever' Promo" discussion:

If You're Sprint

You can't just wait to see what T-Mobile does and then put out a cheap copy. You need to innovate on your own. Make customers want to come to you. Sad to watch this company flounder.
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thenewempire

Aug 17, 2015, 9:24 AM
over in the "Sprint Intros 'iPhone Forever' Promo" discussion:

Copy/paste yet again

Another example of Sprint making a lame copy of T-Mobile's play book.
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Shakezula84

Aug 17, 2015, 3:21 PM
over in the "Sprint Intros 'iPhone Forever' Promo" discussion:

In Sprint's defense....

.... they started phone leasing first. And were the first to have an iphone for life plan, offering either a 2 year or 1 year lease. T-Mobile made it better.
aeternavi

Apr 8, 2015, 12:24 PM
over in the "iOS 8.3 Lands with New Emoji and Message Filters" discussion:

Oh boy

300 new emojis and 7 languages. I wonder how much more room this will gobble up on the phone.
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dabbler

Jan 6, 2015, 4:46 PM
over in the "Apple Selling Unlocked iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Web Site" discussion:

Typo?

The announcement says:
"The 16GB unlocked iPhone 6 costs $649 and the 16GB unlocked iPhone 6 Plus costs $749. "

So just how much does the 16GB model costs?
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thebriang

Jan 6, 2015, 12:13 PM
over in the "Apple Selling Unlocked iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Web Site" discussion:

C'mon....

I don't even get an Apple Sim with my $949 big screen big memory phone?
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Antonkucinski

Jan 6, 2015, 7:15 AM
over in the "ReSound Smart Hearing Aid Connects To Your Phone" discussion:

A Great First Effort, But......

Thank you for bringing cell phones and hearing aids together in everyday life! On a professional level I'm thrilled. HOWEVER, I've a number of questions/comments:

1. T-Coils have been around for decades and have never used a "wire" that I'm aware. I've never heard of anyone ever having a problem flipping a t-coil switch.

2. Needing to 'fiddle'with a hearing aid is usually due to user error.... not too different from cell phones, lol.

3. Equating a "good" hearing aid with being "extremely tiny and essentially invisible" is like saying that cell phone A has better battery life than cell phone B simply because A's battery is physically larger. ??? Exactly, it doesn't make any sense.

4. I believe that the heavy hitters of the hearing...
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PhoneMaster

Jan 6, 2015, 12:30 PM
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over in the "Apple Selling Unlocked iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Web Site" discussion:

The really big news is...

that Apple claims that Sprint and Verizon will also accept these unlocked phones for activation. In the past these two CDMA carriers sometimes refused to activate devices not specifically sold as their branded variants.

The variant Apple is shipping for these unlocked units are A1586 and A1524 (i.e., the Sprint/international variants, which are the same as the AT&T/Verizon/T-Mobile models but with additional support for several TD-LTE bands).
Zpike

Dec 31, 2014, 3:59 PM
over in the "Apple Hit with Class Action Lawsuit Over iPhone Storage" discussion:

Hilarious

>>The lawsuit alleges that Apple hid the size of the iOS8 update from users and then "aggressively marketed" additional cloud storage to those who ran out of storage space on their mobile devices.

You bought a 16 GB iPhone because you presumably didn't care about storage space in the first place. Furthermore, everyone knows that Apple is tying their whole ecosystem to the cloud. It's one of the selling features. Why pretend to be shocked they are offering you cloud storage solutions?

>>The issue primarily impacts owners of Apple's 16GB iPhones, iPads, and iPads. The operating system leaves as little as 12.3GB available to consumers on some devices.

Why is it unthinkable that a modern OS needs a little less than 4 GB? In my opinion ...
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The Victor

Dec 31, 2014, 3:55 PM
over in the "Apple Hit with Class Action Lawsuit Over iPhone Storage" discussion:

Really?

now i know im not the only one, but theres no way Apple will lose this

i dont care who the manufacturer is theres no way its gonna happen
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netboy

Nov 7, 2014, 1:59 AM
over in the "Google Adds Touch ID Support to Drive for iOS" discussion:

it' SAD when google make better apps for ios than android

android samsung galaxy s5, note4, and note edge have fingerprint scanner too !
why cant they add fingerprint to apps for samsung phone?
calliekuczek

Sep 17, 2014, 12:23 PM

Apple iPhone 6 or the 5C?

I am considering buying either the Apple iPhone 6 or the 5C. Cost is one reason I am considering the 5C. Which one would be better, the 6 or the 5C? I am not going to be pre-ordering this phone. It will be a Christmas present.
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