iPhone’s don’t get hate for the repairability. They get hate for what Apple tries to do to stifle 3rd party repair. That is all.
Are those amplifiers still based on Cirrus Logic designs? They seem to have a very similar model number to older Cirrus/Apple amplifiers. Why do they still have Cirrus audio codecs but use the Apple branding on the Cirrus parts? Are they trying to push out Cirrus Logic?
Still DDR3 though? The MacBook Pro and most other laptops are running DDR4…
The Slow-mo guys on youtube often record action at a fraction of a second. Enough to play it back to analyze the result. Just because 960fps is too slow for you doesn’t mean it is a gimmick. That’s very arrogant. I don’t find the iPhone 8’s wireless charging necessary but I wouldn’t call it a gimmick. I’m sure you’ll find ways to praise Apple’s version on the next iPhone. You seem to feel the need to venture onto non-Apple pages and articles to tell us how much the Samsung sucks and why it’s the same, yet make a positive spin for every Apple decision. The iPhone has largely stayed the same from the iPhone 6 up-to the 8, however because it’s Apple, it’s familiar and recognisable. Samsung re-uses the same design for the second iteration, they’re now Samesung… I don’t get it. I don’t even use a Samsung as my daily either haha.
I would say both Animoji and AR Emoji are both gimmicks. The difference being you can actually use your avatar as a gif in many 3rd party apps similarly to Bitmoji. It is kind of creepy. However I think both are novelty. You can’t single out Samsung just because you own an iPhone X.
(In Mr Burns voice) Samesung ey?
Seriously though, why are you even here??? LOL
I haven’t had any problems with lint on my iPhone lightning port or USB-C port… I think you’re just nit-picking. Also aren’t you on the Verge forums? You have debates about iPhone X and Samsung…
Anyone else notice the “LG” on the metal frame surrounding the two camera modules?
Don’t you mean “bread”? The only time I put toast in the toaster is if I decide it isn’t toasted enough the first time lol.
I suppose the difference is that dents and scratches don't chip off and leave shards of glass behind. I think it's a pretty big deal that you have to essentially tear down the entire phone to replace the back frame/glass.
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