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Lol. PPL ITT saying iOS is too complicated now? I thought it was for teenagers and old people. Seems like that means it would be easily accessible. But now it's too difficult to use?? 

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9 minutes ago, Cookester15 said:

IOS is now copying bb10 from 5 years ago. So much innovation.  

Such a shame BB couldn't make any feature useful. Thank god Apple knows how to, though.

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9 minutes ago, ghostz said:

Such a shame BB couldn't make any feature useful. Thank god Apple knows how to, though.

It was all useful. But it wasn't successful.  It was too drastic of a change at the time. 

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We got dis new fone

 

 

  • IP67 Water and Dust Resistant
  • 4,000 mAh battery
  • Qualcomm 625 processor
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 5.5″ LCD display with a nano diamond anti-scratch coating
  • Locker for private documents and files
  • Locker Mode for taking private photos
  • Smart Convenience Key with various profiles
  • 12MP Rear, 8MP Front
  • RBG notification LED
  • Soft touch textured back for better grip
  • USB Type C – Quick Charge 3.0 Enabled
  • 3.5mm headphone jack 
  • Mono speaker

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34 minutes ago, CarlosV said:

Lies probably sat a day or two 

Yeah it said shipped but it still says just ups created the label on the tracking 

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18 minutes ago, ghostz said:

Yeah it said shipped but it still says just ups created the label on the tracking 

Haha mine says the same.  I think it’ll move tomorrow,  and arrive Friday 

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lol cooke still talking about fucking blackberry.

 

everyone i see these days with a phone that isn't an iphone is either broke or some weirdo neckbeard who only uses their phone to watch anime. 

 

i personally have a phone to talk to people and browse reddit/the internet. iphone is best for that. 

 

i had a group project for a course im taking and they wanted me to download whatsapp. lmao, i just dropped that course. 

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