Of course batteries last much longer than that. They just don't deliver as much energy. You can still use your three or four year phone, it just won't last all day like it did when it was new.
That's who Trump answers to, not us.
sounds like you wont be buying ANY phones.
All of them are glued in.
Putin had them sabotaged as he knows that only democrats would buy android phones, thus trying to cut off all the communication.
What part of IDIC do you not understand?
How much thickness do you think the extra outer layer of plastic adds to the phone? If it has to be more than a millimeter I would be surprised.
Personally, I think it has more to do with the fact the lithium ion batteries have a finite shelf-life than it does with thickness. That means in two years you need a new phone even if you never added any software to it and managed the battery recharging perfectly. Even if the phone had been sitting in a box all that time it'd have significantly less battery life.
The patterns were a mishmash of unrelated structures that were as misleading as they were illuminating.
This pretty much describes the state of every branch of science after a major influx of new data. Just look at the maps of the world produced after Europe became aware of North America. Early maps sometimes show California as an island; and it's not because the cartographer is stupid; he just put the data at his disposal together into what was at the time a plausible conjecture. And in fact the problem might not even have been that he was ignorant. He may have misinterpreted some of the (at that stage) imprecise data he had to work with.
New information confounds. The detection and resolution of conflicts in data is arguably what science is.
Or, for that matter, why alt-right trolls are such stupid bigots?
Neuroscience can't, but eugenics can. Eugenics can explain anything. There are some thing neuroscience can't explain.
That's why neuroscience is science but eugenics is not.
The first time, it's a KLUDGE! The second, a trick. Later, it's a well-established technique! -- Mike Broido, Intermetrics