what a load of horseshit. iOS development is NOT memory intensive
You obviously have never worked on a project of any size. Or indeed with Xcode... resident size can grow quite large if you work with large complex storyboards.
Not to mention is most apps you are working with a lot of graphic assets.
hi res photo or video editing most definitely is though
Which is pretty much a given if you are doing hi res photography... which I am. As I said, 32GB would be nice but is not a must; any professional tool can work within whatever memory constraints it finds itself in, it will just be slower. That's how I can work on panos that would not even fit in 32GB of memory, the files are something like 500GB at times...
Netflix's original remit was to provide current popular and existing shows
They still do that. Not to the same extent as they used to, but that's on content providers. There is enough good rating content I've stayed happy with the service in that regard.
In the meantime Netflix is building up a base of what will become a better base of content over time. A new subscriber at this point would have a lot of really good shows to go through - house of cards, that Orange show (first season anyway), Stranger Things, all of the Marvel stuff. Plus now Netflix has that contract with Disney so they get a lot of Disney content, I think going forward that even means new Star Wars movies.
30 million out of 1.3 billion? That's 48.8% women, 51.2% men. The U.S. has 49.2% men, 50.8% men. So the U.S. is imbalanced almost as much percentage-wise, albeit in the opposite direction. I don't think that's a big enough gap to be a serious concern.
I would love to see that same kind of content, and agree that is the new counter-culture - also agree it is very unlikely the Apple of today would fund such content.
That's why I'm not really sure what success Apple will find, unless they hit on some interesting shows in spite of themselves.
Oh well, more room for Netflix to prosper I guess!
All my camera user micro SD. Adapters are reliable, the cards are equally priced (though they top out at a lower capacity), and my laptop's have micro SD slots instead of regular SD.
Let me rephrase that. Most cameras natively use full-size SD.
Yes, seriously. The couple of minutes saved wouldn't significantly exceed the time it takes to walk across the room, unzip the camera bag, dig the flash card reader out from wherever I managed to squeeze it, and walk back. And I can be doing other things with the laptop while it imports for that extra two minutes, whereas I can't be doing other things while I dig a flash reader out of my bag.
It rarely makes sense to use an external flash reader unless you don't have an internal one.
Under what situation would such a maneuver be necessary, or even advantageous
Landing on a freeway with other vehicles around you moving at 70 MPH. If this is designed to replace cars, it can't require you to land in an empty field or in a parking lot. It has to be able to land on a road in the presence of other traffic and be a normal car when not flying. If you have to land in an empty field or in an empty parking lot and then push it on tiny wheels into a parking spot, it isn't a flying car; it's a helicopter.
I did say, "assuming it is bottom-heavy". If it tends to land upside-down, IMO, the entire design is a non-starter. if it lands upright, the tires would take some of the impact when they explode, and the axles would take a little more as they bend/shear. So it wouldn't be as serious an impact as in a helicopter falling from the same height. Plus, if you design it right, you could potentially handle a single-rotor failure without crashing anyway.
Just to clarify, I doubt very much any phone or tablet was responsible. But if one was, my money would be on the iPhone 6s rather than the iPad. My first guess would be that perhaps EgyptAir didn't replace the window heaters, which IIRC were recalled for an overheating problem in that model. If that isn't the problem, then the next most likely cause would be something in avionics, not in the cockpit. Personal devices in the cockpit are way down the list.
My money would be on the iPhone 6s. The early devices had a battery problem where they would suddenly shut down long before they were supposed to fully discharge. This leads me to wonder if the batteries have a dendrite problem, which (in addition to causing early shutdowns) could potentially cause them to overheat and catch fire.
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It's not even an actual problem. Apple fans are way too busy sniffing their own fragrant farts to ever bother watching videos anyway.
A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing.