So really, it's cheaper to lay new than to upgrade existing.
How does it bypass that?
But how many people actually reset phone and reset data? I'd imagine a lot of people simply manually delete their photos and unhook their Internet accounts from the phone. Hardly a wipe.
It's when most of the time they are only divisible by itself (and one), and only when the number feels like it will it be divided by another number.
Hey, don't we all want flying cars?
National Storage Archives.
Type 'Google' into Bing bar to get Google to search for 'Hotmail' to look at their email and then forward it to their grandchildren.
Oz Can Suck Us is what I read every time.
To Liechtenstein would be going too far for a Kiwi like me.
Dammit man, you made me break from reading the comments and into the Wikipedia article. Throwing my brain around like that gets confusing.
Confusion over mixed copyright ownership.
My prediction is that it will meet the same fate as the Wii, which now is a basement filler.
Good to know that you think that it will be hugely successful that there will be about 100 million units sold.