tandfman wrote:I wouldn't describe the BlackBerry's stopwatch function as great. Its operation is so unlike that of a nromal stopwatch that half of the time, I mess things up when I try to use it by pressing the wrong button at the wrong time.
Don't know what it "means" overall, but my 3 month old iPhone4 died today for no obvious reason at all. Was on the (other) phone with them for more than an hour, with no real result, so need to go back to the Apple store... Sheesh...
kuha wrote:Don't know what it "means" overall, but my 3 month old iPhone4 died today for no obvious reason at all. Was on the (other) phone with them for more than an hour, with no real result, so need to go back to the Apple store... Sheesh...
I've had mine 10 days. Noticed my first (apparent) battery problem today. Charged it last night and it was down to 20% by 11:00am with very little use. Maybe the charger wasn't working, but I'm pretty sure it was.
<<...In the era of the personal computer, Apple Inc.'s machines were often less vulnerable to security threats than the alternatives. That may also be the case with the rise of smart phones.
Google Inc.'s Android operating system for mobile devices has had an almost sixfold increase in threats such as spyware and viruses since July, according to Juniper Networks Inc. That may increase the perception that Apple devices are safer than smart phones and tablets that run on Android, said Juniper.
"You're not going to see nearly the number of infections on Apple as you see on Android," said...>>
Thief steals an iPhone 4. Victim calls the police.
When Officer Garland and Sgt. Richard Coan arrived, they found the woman crying, but Mr. Garland reassured her. “I told her when I walked in, ‘I’m going to find your iPhone,’ ” he said.
The ace up the sleeve of Officer Garland, an avid Apple consumer — he and his wife own iPhones, iPads and Macintosh computers — was something called “Find My iPhone,” a free 5.4-megabyte piece of software, or app, that he had on the iPhone in his pocket.
Officer pushes the right button, tracks down the phone and the thief, returns the former and arrests the latter.
gm wrote:I have had the Note 2 since it was released. Hate the touch screen, as I do all touch screens. Spawn of Satan.
Works ok for the most part, with several annoyances. It has been semi-useful for coaching with Coach's Eye installed, since the processor(s) are pretty quick.
Still beats the iWhatever
But if you hate touch screens, shouldn't you be using a traditional BlackBerry?
Or just a regular phone....My cellphone is probably 8 years old. I text about once a year. I did buy a fancier phone a couple of years ago, but the reception was lousier, so I went back to my old one with an antenna.