Indeed, this would only be helpful to someone who could neither type nor speak. It seems that writing this way would be very time consuming.
Talking like an "arrogant twat" is subjective criticism. As such has no merits on anything useful. To me, you talk like a "arrogant twat", which makes you wrong. See how easy that was to dismiss you?
Really? Every single person makes judgements by personality traits alone (or at least primarily?)
I certainly don't. Such considerations aren't just pointless, they are wrong. Considering how politics is going, you can see the skillful liar and charmer scamming millions of people because he had a "better personality" than a better man, who wasn't quite as charming. So we miss out on someone who might be a good person in favor of a charming sociopath. All because of "personality".
How is that working out?
People who view others simply by personality traits are missing out. Yeah, so the guy talks like an arrogant twat, is he wrong?
You see, your attacking him on something completely irrelevant, simply because it is easier than to actually discuss the merits of what he was saying.
Keep in mind, he may be brilliant or he may be a complete loon, I am not judging either here, just your rebuttal, which amounts to "Big Fat Ugly
"Make things" is the limit, not energy. There are limits to resources, energy is just one component of the resource tree.
Recycling becomes key. And with nearly endless energy, recycling becomes a non-issue, allowing for re-purposing of "used" resources.
If you've been doing automatic backups,
...which are enabled by default whenever you log into your Apple ID on a new device, and everyone gets 5GB of storage which doesn't include the size of apps themselves because those are re-downloaded from the App Store.
Apple's response, by way of MacRumors:
An Apple spokeswoman commented on the issue, referring to protective security features intended to prevent "malicious" third-party components from potentially compromising a user's iPhone as the main reason for the "error 53" message.
We protect fingerprint data using a secure enclave, which is uniquely paired to the touch ID sensor. When iPhone is serviced by an authorised Apple service provider or Apple retail store for changes that affect the touch ID sensor, the pairing is re-validated. This check ensures the device and the iOS features related to touch ID remain secure. Without this unique pairing, a malicious touch ID sensor could be substituted, thereby gaining access to the secure enclave. When iOS detects that the pairing fails, touch ID, including Apple Pay, is disabled so the device remains secure.”
She adds: “When an iPhone is serviced by an unauthorized repair provider, faulty screens or other invalid components that affect the touch ID sensor could cause the check to fail if the pairing cannot be validated. With a subsequent update or restore, additional security checks result in an ‘error 53’ being displayed If a customer encounters an unrecoverable error 53, we recommend contacting Apple support.
Impossible. The company that owns porsche never cheats like this.
"When the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to treat everything as if it were a nail." -- Abraham Maslow