Looks like Windows 8 with some customizations to make it look like Windows 7.
Not a huge fan of Consumer Reports and their tests, but in this case it’s highly better than this guy’s. The end result, the iPhone 6 and many other smartphones need at least 70 pounds of force to cause deformation and at least 90 pounds of force for case separation. If you are putting that much force on your phone, it’s not a defect, you’re just an idiot. There might be cases with defects in manufacturing but this is not the normal and the media reporting this like a widespread issue is just trying to get viewers.
This whole bendgate seems ridiculous to me. From what I have read, the issue has only really affected a handful of people. Everyone else is just echoing the news. If this were a more widespread issue, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners would be at the Apple Store returning or replacing their phones but I don’t see many doing that.
The physical keyboard is Blackberry’s bread and butter and they couldn’t even get that right on the Passport. I don’t understand why they had to push some of the keys on screen?
iPhone 6’s 240 fps of slow motion awesomeness.
Not surprised. They had lines that stretched 12 city blocks at their flagship store and there are still lines today.
This seems too good to be true, what’s the catch?
This is even larger than the breach at Target las year. You would think that retailers would have gotten more serious about security after that.
He’s been at the helm for 37 years, that’s a long time. And although he’s stepping down as CEO, he’s still very much involved in the company. He will still remain chairmen of the board and is taking on the role of CTO for company.
Ridiculous! This is not even good marketing for Apple anymore. It’s a nuisance to the residents of the city and the businesses in that area. Apple needs do something about this because obviously the people waiting in these lines can’t control themselves.
This is a fantastic deal! Kids love playing with tablets and this one is full of content that will keep them busy. And best of all, parents can rest assure that their $150 investment can last them at least two years.
I don’t understand how they are doing this. It’s essentially a $200 router with a couple of QOS tweaks to prioritize voice calls and they’re giving them away to their customers for only a $25 deposit. Are they trying to offload traffic that bad. Great deal if you are a T-Mobile customer, i Guess?