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I thought this phone was a really great product until I learned that there will be no public API for development and not allow 3rd party applications to be installed on it. I have no intention of buying one now.
Will Farrell "insulting anyone who might dare bring up what they consider a downside to Apple products."Where did I say that? I said no such thing, nor would I ever say such a thing. It is your own insecurities speaking.
I like the Apple case -practical lightweight, snug...But, what about some cool colors?
[Retail Packaging] The cord- thin and easy- gets twisted easily plus the little holder to keep it in a certain spot always comes undoneremote- love how handy it is.. wish it was biggerauthenticity- looks real to me
I bought a 160GB can i use bluetooth headset with ipod touch Classic in June and updated it to the latest firmware. I ripped all my CDs into the latest I-tunes in Apple Lossless format for playing through my hi-fi. I then found that probably half of the loaded songs skip to the next track after about 5 seconds. The only way round this was to reload as low quality MP3. Apple are keeping quiet on this fault, but check out public forums and find out for yourself just how many people have come across this problem. In the end I returned m
You can't have too high expectations for such a cheap headset. Everything about it is fine and reasonable for the price i.e. sound quality and comfort. I would however have been happy to pay double the price for double the quality and comfort and then it would be perfect. The most annoying part about this is putting it on as you have to loop it around your ear and to do this, you need both hands. I think Jabra is one of the few headset manufacturers that make such a wide range that is suitable f
Schmidt knows something we don't? He went on to say that the quality of apps in the Android Market was just around the corner from overtaking that of Apple’s App Store, adding that Android could perhaps become the mobile platform to develop for first. The relentless positivity didn't stop there, ho
I refused to believe that the chicklet keys and thin design would have the "touch" I liked in a keyboard but I was proved wrong by Apple. It is great to use for word-heavy emails and reports. The keys have a positive touch providing feedback to the user but also (somehow) seeming to encourage you to type faster. A cool design, doesn't need batteries, USB ports built in, and it's great to type with. I've had mine for several months now and it still types good as new.