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Old 04-25-2012, 09:27 AM   #41 (permalink)
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what else would you expect from someone that bought a phone to play checkers ! lol don't toot your horn you bought a Toy and you know it ...
Err... No.

I refuse to get in a pissing contest about this, but it's not a toy, and it's the best for my work and lifestyle.
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Also, there is probably a correlation as to why Apple is having record breaking sales, while RIM is struggling to stay afloat.
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Also, there is probably a correlation as to why Apple is having record breaking sales, while RIM is struggling to stay afloat.
yeah , there called kids playing games instead of playing outside .I can say this the antennas of ipod touch , iphone and ipad are junk .. example: I own 2 homes side by side when i'm at house 2 i can not pick up wifi signal with any of those Apple products , but with my 8320 or 9810 no problem at all ...
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yeah , there called kids playing games instead of playing outside .I can say this the antennas of ipod touch , iphone and ipad are junk .. example: I own 2 homes side by side when i'm at house 2 i can not pick up wifi signal with any of those Apple products , but with my 8320 or 9810 no problem at all ...
No, they're not junk. They're actually good radios and the antenna setup is well-engineered. Apple reduced the transmit power of the WLAN radio. The reason for this is to prevent interference with other clients when in dense WiFi environments such as coffee shops and also to reduce battery consumption.

As an aside, would you kindly use some correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling if you are going to be argumentative? It would at least provide you with some semblance of credibility.
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No, they're not junk. They're actually good radios and the antenna setup is well-engineered. Apple reduced the transmit power of the WLAN radio. The reason for this is to prevent interference with other clients when in dense WiFi environments such as coffee shops and also to reduce battery consumption.

As an aside, would you kindly use some correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling if you are going to be argumentative? It would at least provide you with some semblance of credibility.
Wah Wah Wah !!! Ok , Ac Dc but your just pissed you bought not junk but garbage !!!!
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Wah Wah Wah !!! Ok , Ac Dc but your just pissed you bought not junk but garbage !!!!
Wow. You really don't listen well, do you?
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