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    Default Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

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    24 year-old Eve Jobs threw shade at the new iPhone 14 on Instagram. Ouch!

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Is she channeling Dr Rick?

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    im probably gonna skip a generation
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    At least one.

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluedog225 View Post
    At least one.
    This has the great advantage that the new phone actually seems worth the money (says one who just upgraded after nine years from a Galaxy S5 to an S22).
    "For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations,
    for nature cannot be fooled."

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    I got the impression that Mr Jobs was not the nicest of people... Maybe this is a result?

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Maybe she should give all her iPhone money back, then?

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    I get free upgrades I think I will go with my New “wannabe” hometown colors and do the purple one in honor of ACF Fiorentina

    Plus it has a few extra bells & whistles

    Dynamic Island
    A new way to interact with iPhone

    Emergency SOS via satellitefootnoteł
    Crash Detection

    Pro camera system
    48MP Main | Ultra Wide |Telephoto
    TrueDepth front camera with autofocus


    Up to 29 hours video playbackfootnote⁴

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    That picture could be me, if he grew out his beard - both the style of shirt, and the pleasure at having two of the exact same ones.
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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Wilson View Post
    ... (says one who just upgraded after nine years from a Galaxy S5 to an S22).
    Did you get the small S22 (5.75" x 2.78") Or one of the larger versions?

    I just bought a new battery in March for my Galaxy J3 and couldn't be happier. At 5.62" x 2.76" it meets my size requirements, and at 59 bucks 4 years ago, met my cheap requirements.

    The small S22 would be attractive to me in size, but not price.

    Unfortunately I like Samsung, but I want SMALL and CHEAP. Samsung seems to be neglecting CHEAP in small sizes.

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Wright View Post
    Did you get the small S22 (5.75" x 2.78") Or one of the larger versions?
    We got two of the small ones. Not cheap, but not too bad, and they work very well.
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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Free upgrades. Like free education. Or free loan forgiveness. Wish someone in this place studied economics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedog225 View Post
    Free upgrades. Like free education. Or free loan forgiveness. Wish someone in this place studied economics.
    Upgrade Fees

    To secure your phone number, you pay an activation fee when you start a new line on a carrier. But when you upgrade to a new device, some carriers charge you again to get your new phone on the network. For instance, AT&T(opens in new tab) and Verizon(opens in new tab) charge $20 to upgrade — the same price as their activation fees. But why should you have to pay again?

    We asked Verizon. "The upgrade fee helps cover our increased support costs associated with customers switching their devices," the carrier said. "Customers can pay the charge when they upgrade, bill it to their account or trade in an old device to offset the cost."

    But all it takes to switch your device these days is — wait for it — swapping a SIM card. It's so easy that you can pick any kid off the street and hand them a thumbtack or SIM ejector kit (which comes in the box of most phones), and they could do it in 5 minutes or less. It would be more difficult if you had to move from a micro-SIM to a nano-SIM card, or if changing out a card required dismantling your phone. But most devices today have easily accessible SIM card slots.
    Antiquated upgrade fees belong in the same place as the phones you're upgrading from: the Island of Misfit Toys.

    No connection fees
    No activation fee
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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Is it true, new iPhones don't come with a charger?
    without freedom of speech, we wouldn't know who the idiots are.

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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    Quote Originally Posted by WX View Post
    Is it true, new iPhones don't come with a charger?
    Yup just the USB-C to FireWire ( why are they still hung up on that DSE ) cord, and I have about 20 USB-C chargers hanging around so it’s never a big deal. Also HELLO MagSafe charging.
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    Default Re: Steve Job’s daughter disses the new iPhone.

    firewire charging doesnt bother me
    what does piss me off is that sone apple devices take fire wire and others take usb c
    just make it one or the other for everything already
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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