....then the thug will let you go.
Why should I believe that? If a person is morally bankrupt enough that they are willing to threaten somebody's life, why on earth should I think they are not at least equally capable of lying?
That's storage, which scales to infinity. Screen resolution is something you look at all at once. To put it another way, you'd never run all 10tb of whatever is contained on your hard drive array all at once. At most the typical user accesses an 8-10gb file at any one time.
IPX7? Is that some trademarked Apple 'standard'? If it's an actual Standard, why doesn't Apple have their own variant with a cute name? 'Thumblenitter' or something stupid like that would be alright.
I'm more worried about what happens when you plunge your hand in a can of Crisco, and I'm sure Tim Cook worries about that, too. But whatever.
You're supposed to put your iPhone in a big thick case. They're only about fifty bucks and there's a hole cut out on the back so the Apple log shows. Because that's also important.
Does it remind you when it's time to be happy?
You shills are seeming a little nervous about this one.
Has Apple laid an egg?
But there are many small uses which aggregate to form a model, different for each person, of how a smart watch can be useful to them.
Or so Apple hopes. I, on the other hand, hope the egg on their face leaves a stain. And that they don't slip and fall in a big pool of their marketing slick.
That's cool. So I can say 'hey siri' and your watch will go nuts on you. Great entertainment value. Maybe with a good fart app on your phone I can say 'hey siri, make his phone fart' and you won't even need to take it out of your pocket.
"Ah, it's nice that my phone is turned off and I left it at home."
But you go ahead and keep track so you know whether you need to scamper off to read a text or not. I'm glad there are people like you who have shitty jobs that require that of you. Somebody has to do that stuff, I guess.
When I was growing up, Mobile was the brand name of a gas station.
Somebody at work told me he heard that Apple is refusing to accept Apple Watch apps from developers who sell the same apps for Pebble. Apparently Pebble (we already know Samsumg is in this category) is the New IBM for the mac people.
I remember when word got out to the rabid elements of the Mac community that the first OEM IBM hard drives were spotted in Powerbooks. Fun times.
So the point in ordering one was to hail around to the other people on Slashdot who bought one, too? Maybe an app can be developed to beacon other people who bought iWatches when you pass in the street.
Wise purchase! Very wise!
They can melt down the gold case a year from now when it's an obsolete model of the iWatch. That should bring enough to at least pay the accrued interest on the debt they assumed.
I'm not actually experiencing what you're saying. Where I've seen sites use Bootstrap, or use one of the new Wordpress themes etc, they've actually been pretty usable on a mobile device.
The real problems are getting to be the non-WWW stuff people forget about, like responsive HTML emails.
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