something worth telling users about until they install the fix that came out a couple months ago.
wow, you have awful friends
If you break an external case for your phone you can usually buy a new case for much less than the cost of a new phone, if you happen to break your "indestructible" phone you have to buy a new phone.
Screen protectors are pretty worthless (at least in my experience)
I also use no case (or a minimal case from time to time) myself, so I'm glad that I have the option to buy a nice thin phone that isn't "indestructible"
How many marketing gimmicks do YOU respond to. I think I remember getting a spam text, once. But I'm not certain it even happened once.
Perhaps I'm weird. I've owned quite a few laptops over the past 15 years and I only once ran into insurmountable issues regarding the battery. And, now that I think about it, it wasn't actually the battery that was the issue because I bought a replacement and it still wouldn't charge, so it was something else in the power chain.
I think many other people are like me in that they have a laptop and use it quite often while plugged in. As my laptops age, I just don't count on being able to use them away from a plug for long periods of time. Outside of the one unsuccessful battery replacement I mentioned above, I've never bought a replacement battery.
I can see how it is nice for people who do use their laptops daily, but if the 1000 charge cycles hold up, that's almost 3 years. If you use a computer that much every day, you might consider a new model every once in a while.
I do think I will miss the ability to add RAM (well, not in this computer since I maxed it out when I bought it, but, the idea of being able to upgrade) but again, assuming anyone else uses their computer in a similar way to me, it isn't a huge deal.
I was pretty disappointed I was going to have to get a glossy screen when I got my Retina MBP... I haven't thought about it more than once or twice since it came in the mail.
speaking of which, the other day someone was watching a youtube video on their phone in a restroom stall... without headphones. Is that a thing now? I hope not.
everything I've ever tried that is in-ear gets slowly (sometimes quickly) pushed out of my ear-canal... I might try these sometime if I get $20 to burn
i.e. when I want to listen to something and not annoy everyone around me.
For any model of macbook, you can get something almost twice as powerful for the same price.
That's going off Newegg.
How do you explain that?
Your claim is false.
How do you explain that?
Umm, excuse me? The MacBook Air does include i3 processors.
No they don't
your budget is less than $500?
all your tracks that they have copies of.
*eo's potentially going to jail and so forth.
Interesting, you read
'Apple was a pioneer of an accounting technique known as the “Double Irish With a Dutch Sandwich,”'
"here is a technique typical of what Apple and others pioneered"
and come away with: "Apple literally invented the technique"
It's almost as if people mentioning biased summary writing and biased nytimes articles have a good reason to point out that bias. Heck, the article you linked is linked as the source for the wikipedia article on Double Irish with a Dutch Sandwich to mention Apple (with a nod to "was among the pioneers") in the intro paragraph.