In most real life situations the iPhone is much faster because it is purposeful in it its ways rather than rely on higher system performance to do things that shouldn't need to be done. Same reason why windows to me is much slower than OSX.
Exactly, which is the direction I saw Google take. If I was going to stick to a platform that goes into a closed system direction, why not choose to go back to Apple, who makes much sexier products.
So far I'm very happy with the decision since I dig the new iPhone. iTunes is annoying but at least I don't need to have different audio players for music, audiobooks, and I don't need another app to help it decide which player should play what I last paused. Oh, and rescanning all my storage every time I added a few new songs was getting old. I really didn't see a performance degradation after I switched. I most real life situations, it is quite the opposite.
I used to love the openness of Android and I would have never considered iOS. However, after this blatant destruction of what Android and any true open system should stand for, I did not have any reservations getting an iPhone to replace my Galaxy S4.
So long Google, you fucked up. Badly,
At least Thailand can now get back to what they do best. Child prostitution, human trafficking, destroying their reef, heroin production led by the elite, fake purses, and selling dvds of new movies in broad daylight. Oh, and killing poor drug users.
No no no, you got it all wrong. 80 Billion is how much their IT department would have to pay to make up for how much they underpaid their H1B workers.
It's a liability issue.
I'm waiting for the Slashdot story about how obviously no one will ever need more than 640k of memory ever.
I do want to rant out about iPhone 6 memory though. 1GB is ridiculously low. They claim it was a choice to reduce battery use.
Using the gopro with 240 fps on the gopro app on a Galaxy S4 is a nightmare and I envision that it will be the same on the iPhone. Not quite sure how they plan on getting good performance even for in-phone features.
The IP will probably be revealed as being 127.0.0.1.
The judge will accept it as evidence, and the jury will convict because we are still living in a society of imbeciles trying to impose on how everyone should live under the premise that they know better as a collective decider.
We are destroying basic human rights and severely punishing people simply so we can "show them a better path" in life.
It's absurd. Why can't we just close all these ineffective branches of government fighting pseudo crimes already?
I don't know that I'd compare KGB-style fabrication of news with a western-style free press.
Ever since MH17, we are all part of this war. It doesn't have to be within some imaginary lines.
Ukraine's only fault is giving up its nuclear weapons and throwing off the balance.
I gave in and upgraded from my WRT to an ASUS router.
In the beginning it had major wireless latency issues (every 5th ping was over 100 ms) due to the broadcom wireless driver but after 6 months of complaining and getting nowhere with ASUS, they finally released a firmware that fixed the driver issues.
I really enjoy the speed now and being of 5 Ghz really helps snapping out of my overly congested neighbourhood.
"Ukraine later said that they won't be able to operate them"
Obviously they didn't. They shot anything that the missile was able to lock onto. Hence a civilian airplane was taken out.
He isn't. Russia has laws about that and he is a law-abiding citizen!
Slashdot seems to be caught up in the same disinformation campaign it is warning about.
The matter of fact remains simple no matter who is at fault for this incident. There should not be a war there. But there is and Russia is to blame because they started it when they lost their puppet government.
Well, that's the only thing that he thinks he can do these days. Illegally I might add. Killing US Citizens abroad without due process seems to be his only jump-to-conclusion square.
What he should worry about is how does something like this happen a day after he expanded economic sanctions. Some awful oligarch who doesn't feel he stole everything he could have from the Ukrainians is retaliating over it.
Not to mention TWA 800 which included a massive government cover-up.
For the US customers, T-mobile no longer charges extra for International Data Roaming. Which is amazing because I like to travel the world. Their 3G on Ko Phayam in Thailand was faster than any of the hotel WIFIs.
I hope their merger with the Sprint scum won't affect that.