Perhaps HTC didn't want to get shown up by unofficial developers after all!
I thought the 8MP camera for the iP5 was still up in the air?
Edit: Also, I wish so, so badly that Swype would come to the iPhone.
It appears to be less of a rumor now. I think with every other phone coming out with at least 8-megapixel cameras these days, it would be hard for Apple to give other phones that edge.
I agree about Apple needing to incorporate developer keyboards. I'm not sure why that part of iOS is locked down so much. I would have thought that at least jailbreak swype-style keyboards would be implemented, but the only enhancements to the stock keyboards so far have been the addition of extra key rows.
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Crazy indeed. Sadly you would need to be downloading extremely large files from torrents to get anywhere near reaching your maximum capacity for download speeds. No servers will let you get anywhere near that.
Canada would need to get on top of these ridiculous bandwidth caps and fees before those crazy download speeds would be beneficial. $2/Gb after download limit of 20Gb? Terrible.
Yeah that's pretty insane. I think the way T-Mobile seems to be handling it is decent. I have a 2GB limit and I'm technically speed-capped after that, but I'm still able to get at least 3 or 4 mbps with good signal once I have passed my limit (which surprised me quite a bit).
I agree and disagree. I would like for Apple to give more justification as to why Windows XP is not supported. If there are technical limitations, I completely understand that Apple does not want to take the time and energy to work around those for an aging operating system (even if it is still popular). If Apple is just arbitrarily saying that Windows XP should no longer be supported, then I disagree with the decision.
At the same time, we have to remember that Windows XP was released around the same time as Mac OS X 10.1. The operating system is old
. And while it will of course run better on older machines than Windows 7, that argument could be made for any older operating system with compatible hardware. Does Ubuntu 4.10 (released in 2004) run better than Ubuntu 11.10 on similar hardware? Of course! Heck, why don't we go back to running Windows 98SE? Talk about a fast operating system! People held their breath running Windows 98SE for years after XP's release with that same argument despite the fact that XP was a far superior OS in every way.
The speed argument loses ground when looking at similar new
hardware. Any new Core i-series processor with > 4GB of RAM will run far better on Windows 7 than Windows XP because the newer OS takes advantage of the hardware better.