Wrong. Read some Shakespeare, moron.
No, I'm positing that your wife is doing lots of video calls to her lover that you don't know about.
And that as well as being a cuckold, you don't understand the scientific method.
The scientific method is obviously alien to you.
Exactly. An anecdote that's not even of a proper side by side test, of two phones doing the same thing is completely useless.
No indeed you can't win with anecdotes of observances against specs and independent tests.
You're no better than a global warming denier who's seen snow in march.
It's not surprising you don't understand anecdotes are not data.
Evidence was posted. So your your attitude is equally ignorant.
In other words "la la la. I'm not listening."
In both specs and independent usage tests the iPhone 6 Plus outlasts the battery of the Nexus 6.
Scraping the bottom of the barrel. Obama care has been a huge success, and you're still whining about a web-site that took too long to get right. A web site that was produced by private sector contractors that failed.
and I mean actually run, not register to be woken up by certain events as on iOS
Thats why iPhone outlasts Android phones, for a given size.
Well, it's possible. But if they did that they'd need to keep the existing car shipping, and it wouldn't make any sense to rebrand it, so it'd probably be a Beats type arrangement.
I suspect that rather than wanting to adopt an existing design and approach, they want to start a car design from first principles.
Big project, necessarily long time scales. But that's the nature of cars. There's no hurry, the market is not going anywhere.
You demonstrate exactly what I'm talking about.
You're assuming the nature of the bug. And when writing an operating system you can almost always fix the real bug, or get it fixed, not simply guard a known bug.
And you don't know you need to guard it on input unless you have a breaking test case.
The argument that it's an unlikely case to have written misses out that tests are not just random, but explore edge cases.
There's nothing wrong with "infotainment" as long as it's audio. People have been listening to car radios without problems for many decades.