Posted 27 minutes ago by matrixXx
This is relatively MUUUUCH flatter than today's iPhones because a tube-screen THAT FLAT is sooo impossible that it would have been more of an innovation than anything currently available. On the other hand: Simple monochrome LCD panels would have been possible in 1986... So, this is a mistake in the design concept. But a cute one ;-)
Posted 33 minutes ago by ottifant
Posted 38 minutes ago by Bob
You must have a paid version - the ad stays for at least 8-10sec on my phone - often in some corrupted state - it took me at least 30sec to get to reply to your comment.
Posted 1 hour ago by feroz
I want to activate my iphone 6 which is icloud locked
Posted 1 hour ago by mansu
eat samsung shit,
Posted 2 hours ago by CacaMaca
This after i had to disable the bogus iCloud library for taking the already small storage space also used to backup.it doesn't mean how many iOS devices you have they will always give you only 5 GB free for everything
Posted 2 hours ago by We miss you Mr. Jobs
...and while you're at it, crawl back in your third-world shanty with your toothless wife and help her swat the flies away from her bastard children that you aren't man enough to feed.
Posted 3 hours ago by We miss you Mr. Jobs
"Twice as dumber"...that phrase in your last post says it all my fellow, yet rather stupid antagonist. "Stupid is as stupid does" as your hero once said, and you "do" quite a bit of stupid...I'll bet your mommy still folds your underwear and you crawl in bed with her after a bed wetting episode during one of your night terrors you little sissy-girl half man. Go ahead and write another post so everyone can get a laugh at your broken and quite unintelligible English, retard. BWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted 3 hours ago by yas9in
the first iphone came in 2007.
Posted 4 hours ago by iPhoneNinja
There is a fix in Cydia called "ineffective power" in Karen's repo. Nice to be jailbroken for up-to-date fixes!
Posted 4 hours ago by Alfons
Heck, I'd buy this original design, even today - then again, I'm old ;)
Posted 4 hours ago by Lolwut
What I meant by what Apple watch app does that when Apple mentioned the watch is the most personal device yet while being on your wrist, no one else can gain access of the watch and you have more control over it. iPhone apps are made differently. No one said shit about how people care less about making apps. Different products, different perspective. Who even said anything about needing to pay apps? If people don't wear a wearable, that's just them, but it's what they choose to do if they own both Apple watch and iPhone. Android wear doesn't do much compared to Apple watch. As I stated, shrunken smartphone interface on the wrist. That's what the same thing is right there. Why use Siri on the Apple watch? From the way gestures work, it has more control on that too compared to iPhone and android wear but doesn't need wifi. If it doesn't do much for health because it doesn't use apps, it run with less bit as if a retro game console would. Who cares about watch faces? Not you. How long how you been dwelling in your universe? Smart watches have been growing since Apple watch. Look how many purchases have been made for crying out loud!!! I can instantly check the time that still manages to save some without the need to pull out my phone. Imagine trying to do that while being asked to put it away or while sitting for example! What are you proving about notifications exactly? You're not a child but act like one, plus emojis are an instant way of using faces without using keys to type it all in which is how they all started. What other thing to use than this? When replying back, you can also tap what you want to reply such as it provides answers for you. I can unlock my phone in a second despite having to pull it out. Heck I can use the home button instantly to turn on and don't even need to scan downward which I seen people frustrated with. It's called Apple's fingerprint scanner. Can android be any smarter than that? Besides try doing your lock feature without connection stuff. I do my fingers canning unlocking anywhere! The Apple watch being personal with many new ways to do stuff with it is to do something phones aren't capable of. I can make another list of stuff to prove what watches can do even if it means buying an apple watch and iPhone together. Heck both combined even helps with results and handoff stuff. My two peas in a pod!
Posted 4 hours ago by Ivan
Posted 4 hours ago by FTW
First off, jailbroken features prevent the message from being able to crash the message app, not the phone itself so in no way it counts, second: http://bgr.com/2014/11/14/ios-8-security-flaw-masque-attack-fix/, thirdly: www.zdnet.com/article/nsa-planned-google-play-hack-to-target-android-smartphones/, fourthly: www.inferse.com/18015/apple-new-ios-8-encryption-makes-iphones-ipads-nsa-proof/! Final verdict: iOS has its ways even with jailbreak to make phones NSA proof, but whether NSA does have access or not, it changes nothing for how iOS has always and will forever be the most secured OS around compared to android. Still a sucker with a family tree of phone malware passed down to their grandchildren from here forth, with all that out of the way, I didn't even say anything about iOS being 100% secure. Sorry kiddo.
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