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It started out fine but then after a while the sound went in and out,,,,,
"Great headphone with microphone for ipod touch - would definitely recommend"
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Great sound for the money. Great companion for my headphone with microphone for ipod touch!
(Doesn't support iPhone 4S) I hated the Defender series, huge, bulky, near impossible to pull out of my pocket, dust getting caught behind the built in screen... I could go on. The screen protector had a good feel to it, and I felt like I could have had my phone go through a meat grinder, but it was just too bulky.In my opinion the commuter series is a VERY happy medium. The fit and finish are excellent (as expected with Otterbox and the pricetag). The phone is well protected, but does
1. it not fit my ears, always fall down, which make me feel tired to use it. 2. The wire are exposed after less then one week used. There is lot of noise because of the exposed wire. I have to cut off one of the line.
I love this mouse. You forget that you are using a computer sometimes, it just feels so natural. I am a little disappointed though that the battery enclosure lid doesn't quite hold the batteries in. It is a common problem as I have a number of friends with the same issue and even a friend of mine at Apple keeps a few bits of foam packing to place inside the enclosure to keey the battery fit snug which stops the mouse from losing its power. Apart from that - presume this will be fixed in due cour
I bought a 60W Magsafe Adaptor to replace an earlier model that died after 18 months use (too soon, I thought). The new, redesigned adaptor lasted four weeks. I replaced that one. The new one did not work OUT OF THE BOX! If this is an example of Apple quality, I will heave a big sigh and go back to PCs. If I cannot rely on my power source to last at least through one trip (or one trip to the store), then I cannot rely on Apple products anymore. Fix your products. Redesign it or find a new Chine