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Yo no se como a eso le pueden decir “barato”
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- Hey Tim… we have all these batteries from china, and, we don’t have enough phones to put them in, what can we do?
– Hmmmm, let me think… I know.. release iOS 11, fuck up the batteries and sell the new ones as replacement for $29.
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To clearly see the lie around here, Apple says the issue comes from unexpected shutdowns in iDevices because the battery couldn’t keep the load to power the CPU. So, the battery is defective, but they wanted to hide that by reducing the clock speed of the CPU so it won’t use that much power and they don’t have to apply warranties to the users.
I don’t know how is a good user experience that as soon as my iPad upgraded to iOS 11 it became super sluggish while in iOS 10 was kind of fast. To me that is not a good user experience. No mention that downgrading to iOS 10 is not a super simple task.
I think this should be the constant, if you are required a visa to visit any country, then your country must require a visa to any citizen from such country if they want to come to yours.
For example, I’m from Mexico, I need to have a visa in order to put a step in the United States, even if it is the airport for a connection I need a visa. Not to mention the requirements to work in the U.S.A.
What happens in the other way? U.S.A. citizens are allowed to come and go here in México, you are required to have a tourist visa if you have plans to be in Mexico for more than 180 days, if you come for a couple of weeks, then there’s no need for it.
Bueno... pues ya no más
That would be great don’t you think?..
Actually no, I loved the “realistic” icons Mac OS X used to have.
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I don’t know what’s the point of integrating Windows features into Linux if they are not going to be native. Integrating VBScript on linux to run in the File Manager?. Why?
If you need a “Windows-only” feature then run windows, with the current machines you can do it perfectly in a Virtual Machine if you want to still run Linux/macOS, if there is a vulnerability it will be isolated to your VM.
Anyway… I vote for “integrating” stuff written for other OS into the main OS.
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