Been a while for me.
I think the apparent lack of hidden charges is one of the things Apple scores big with: unlike so much in the cellphone game, you know what you're getting. It'll be interesting to see the first bills out from AT&T, so we can do an accounting of nickel and diming like the Federal Hogwash Fee and the New Mexico State Chump Charge.
Before furiously heading for the comment box, please take a quick tour of our other posts today on Apple and the iPhone, most of which are extremely lovey. I'll be buying one of these fellas myself, so put the e-Meter away: I'm totally in the cult already.
Boeing has completed static testing of a three-quarter wingbox, but engineers are still considering whether to limit testing of the full wing to a 150% load limit held for 3 sec. of to continue bending it to see when it breaks. "There's a raging debate within the engineering team to see if we should break it or not," says [787 General Manager Mike] Bair.
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