Genuinely shocked that this is still a thing in the UK, I thought phones had been unlocked for years now but apparently that's not the case. I may be insulated from this, as over the past 6 years I've been an iPhone user and bought them all directly from Apple who sell them unlocked in the UK.
Prior to that, my Android phone was bought from the network it was on and locked to. Before going with Android, I had a Nokia flip phone which came unlocked but that was from a store that offered it directly from the manufacturer and bundled it with a deal from a network.
Given the EU's track record on making usage across the continent cheaper for consumers, I'm surprised this isn't something they'd sorted out already.
Posted 17th Dec 2019 @ 12:19
I saw this
Posted 12th Dec 2019 @ 08:45
A very interesting conversation. From my perspective, there are two easy things that you can do two things to make your social media feeds less frustrating: follow fewer people and mute accounts.
Posted 11th Dec 2019 @ 15:34
The new Mac Pro is far beyond what most people will ever need. There are probably very few professionals who will ever tax the top-end $52,000+ model. The previous generation was a beautiful machine but limited. Apple are one of those companies that brings it hardware and software together so well, and yet that was ultimately the downfall of the 'trash can' Pro.
Nice review from Marques, I have a few more to get through but I'm looking forward to the full reviews as they roll out.
Posted 11th Dec 2019 @ 11:04
Looks like this was inspired by a scene from Wall-e.
Posted 10th Dec 2019 @ 16:00