Well, it's monday so it's Apple's fault.
Wow, graphene can talk, too?
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My advice is to destroy the part with the storage ICs, not the whole device which probably has totally functional parts which could be used to fix another broken device (casing, display, buttons, etc).
Here's a few more currencies, if you look at my sig.
Last year I tried to pay my taxes on my WoW gold, but the IRS characters were on another server.
Parts could still be worth something if he can disassemble the unit without breaking it. If the LCD/touch screen is intact, someone could buy it on eBay/etc to fix his own broken unit.
Kicking the tablet with his boots won't reset a factory, what are you talking about?
Built-in storage is going to be an IC or two that are soldered to a PCB. If the device won't boot, the only really safe way to delete the data is to dismantle the unit and totally destroy the board and make sure all ICs are broken.
So what you're saying is, they're screwed.
It's pointless to send robots into space. All they do is waste processing cycles looking at the stars and mess around with fire extinguishers.
I would have modded him, but my last mod points expired in march 2017. He should have posted his comment a few years earlier.
Sounds like something NSA spyware would do.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
People assume that the Internet is a strict connection from server to client. But actually from a non-linear, non-connected viewpoint it's more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, streamey-wimey... bits.