I get the concept, I was wondering if you had heard a juicy rumor about the core revision Apple planned for their major CPU.
My plan is to use it as a dev and media device, it will most likely be upgraded yearly or every other year anyways.
I’ll probably get a 5800 just to upgrade but I’m ultimately not convinced it’ll be totally worth it seeing as on max settings your still GPU bound. Maybe I’ll wait for their cards to release.
not like I won’t have time seeing as there’s nothing in stock.
Yes it does, with Windows you literally only had windows ... (your comparison not mine) where with Samsung, they aren’t the only way player. Why would I go back to them?
also I never mentioned their battery, I have nothing to say about their battery other than they waited too long.
I don't think this is something even remotely on the horizon, unless Apple makes a big push to get people to buy wireless charging.
In the past and even recently there were rumors where Apple was trying to make it so if you had any major hard glitches you had to bring the phone into an Apple...
You provided no examples and proved to the rest in this thread that you have never witnessed an Apple release.
Apple never mentions why it didn't include a popular Android feature.
Apple's phone releases are 1 year apart, the only time it released a new phone mid year was the iPhone SE.
Yea because Windows had sooooo much competition like Samsung does in the same market ... oh wait!
No, things may have changed but I see no reason to give them another shot given the amount of competition they have and the news of problems with some of their phones since then.
I just got done reading your links (except for the Anand one, I actually remember reading that one now).
Ultimately it comes down to brightness but increasing pixel density brings up the need to increase voltage to maintain brightness. From what I understand this more true than not when...
I understand that this site pretty much only considers performance for gaming but the Apple SoC's have never been made more gaming performance in mind (although they are good at that!). Apple's post processing software consumes a huge amount of resources, that's where all of this performance...
I have listened to all the alien audio books, there are some seriously awesomeones, this one included.
Id say the Cold Forge is my least favorite, it’s more about an individuals instant climb into insanity than the usual alien escape/survive theme that is typical in the alien franchise.
The Abit NF7, 3200+ and Ti4600 (except mine was BFG's) takes me back, that was my favorite gaming set up, upgraded the GPU to the 7800 AGP eventually before moving on.
I also still have a box with the golden orb coolers, those were very popular back in the day. I forget what I had mine on, I...
I'm not really excited about any of these future software updates, but the phone call thing certainly piques my interest a bit here as that has bit me in the ass before.
Haven't yet to really dive into any of the announcements though, been a busy time for me.
Interesting concept initially that didn’t really blow up the market. Then seeing integrated NIC’s destroy add-in’s they essentially became a software package company. I have a board from a gen or two ago with killer on it and honestly, I had an easier time RealTek.
what surprises me is Intel...
I remember back in the day the Samsung Apps were a reason to get their phones. But it soon turned into “wait for a root” before you got the phone so you can get rid of them!
their default browser during the Note2/3 era was the very best on Android. Until Chrome stopped being a resource hog...
Granted I’m saying this while on an 11 with no cheeks. Really what I’m getting at with the comparison is that you can get a maxed out SE for less than a 64gb XR. The other things like the camera and screen are pretty small but the presence of the cheeks might actually be a bigger consideration...