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Comment: Millenial hipster fucktards (Score 1) 286

by Hognoxious (#49553917) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Are the Most Stable Smartphones These Days?

It's the millenials. They just chuck shit together (mostly copy-pasted from stackexchange) and if it compiles[1], they ship it.

Since many of the old guard who have a clue are retiring, either through age or just because they're sick of it, there's less and less of a restraining influence on them.

It'll probably get worse before it gets better. Like my lawn.

[1] or whatever the fuck the $languageDuJour equivalent is.

Comment: Re:Just works? (Score 1) 286

by kamapuaa (#49552377) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Are the Most Stable Smartphones These Days?

> If you want a "reliable" smart phone that doesn't need reset or suffer stupid ass software failures, get one of those $50 Samsung android smart phones.

Some of them don't have a forward-facing camera, but generally speaking they have the same OS as the lastest and greatest from Samsung, and can do *everything* that any other Android phone can do.

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Ask Slashdot: What Are the Most Stable Smartphones These Days? 286

Posted by Soulskill
from the your-dad's-flip-phone-is-pretty-stable dept.
janimal writes: The iPhone used to be the smartphone that "just works." Ever since the 4S days, this has been true less and less with each generation. My wife's iPhone 6 needs to be restarted several times per week for things like internet search or making calls to work. An older 5S I'm using also doesn't consistently stream to Apple TV, doesn't display song names correctly on Apple TV and third party peripherals. In short, as features increase, the iPhone's stability is decreasing. In your opinion, which smartphone brand these days is taking up the slack and delivering a fully featured smartphone that "just works"?

All syllogisms have three parts, therefore this is not a syllogism.

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