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Kirbstone wrote:Can't comment on these things, but from what you write, B&B all you have to do is relax in the cockpit with your G&T and your I-phone 7 will drive your 'wee boat' over to Bushmills & back this coming Summer.
I just read an interesting article in Sailing Today (I think) by a guy who describes 'his' ideal approach to the Clyde, starting in Ballycastle at low tide and using all the favourable currents to help speed him Eastwards. This presupposes of course that he managed the Westward journey first, as he was a Brit.
I've arranged a four-day canoe trip down the Bann to Coleraine and for that we won't be using I-pads, paddles instead!
dillon wrote:Ive got an older android phone; Motorola with the slide-out extra keyboard. I love that feature, as my fingers are quite large and I don't want an encyclopedia-sized phone just to be able to efficiently use a touch screen keypad. The model is no longer made, so I am not sure how far I can go with this phone and upgrades. Another plus is that it also fits well in my pocket and in the pouches of my shoulder bags, unlike my wife's enormous iPhone, which seems to be a very problematic device...something is always messing up in it. The phone also holds a charge well and has been very reliable, if not totally user-friendly.
But have my eye on a Kyocera phone that is the most physically durable phone Ive ever seen. My plumber introduced it to me. They throw it against the wall in the demos with no screen or internal damage, and it's submersible to like 50 feet. Having lost a phone which fell from my dashboard directly into a cup of iced tea (*plunk* - oh s--t!!) the waterproof feature is a big plus. I lost my entire phone list in that accident because we didn't have a sync feature with the PCs, which were being changed out at that time, as we do now. I had several IT people work on that damaged phone but the data was not salvageable, despite my attempts to dry it out quickly.
Gregg1100 wrote:Hi B & B,
In case you were wondering, I am not one of those " my phone is better than your phone", wallahs, lol
I have had iphone 4, as said- but would not have any other apple product for the main reason is that the ecosystem is locked down tight- no customization. Plus I hate itunes and the expensive apps.
The iphone 4 worked ok for 27 months, then I got my Galaxy S3. A whole new world opened up then. My phone looked like NO other galaxy s3, especially after I installed Nova Launcher- another level of customisation again. All iphones look the same. That's why I said they were boring. Not because they work better or worse than android.
Apple + no customisation + no expansion card + no wireless charging + fast charging = no easy drag and drop file transfer + a few other things I can't think of at the mo = no thanks. lol.
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