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accepted If the Apple Watch has wifi - does it connect to my local router?
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asked If the Apple Watch has wifi - does it connect to my local router?
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asked Is there a way to replay old sketches on my Apple Watch?
Apr
30
accepted Does the iPhone have a disabled chip for FM Radio?
Apr
30
asked Does the iPhone have a disabled chip for FM Radio?
Apr
12
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
11
accepted Is the iPhone 6 more powerful than a 1980s era Cray supercomputer?
Apr
11
awarded  Yearling
Apr
11
comment Is the iPhone 6 more powerful than a 1980s era Cray supercomputer?
I wasn't going to specify a particular metric - feel free to select the most appropriate one.
Apr
11
asked Is the iPhone 6 more powerful than a 1980s era Cray supercomputer?
Mar
23
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
12
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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asked What is this grey bar underneath the home icon row?
Feb
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
28
asked How do I change the iPad wireless hotspot broadcast timeout settings?
Dec
27
accepted Is the iPhone5 and up not Network locked?
Dec
24
comment Is the iPhone5 and up not Network locked?
Thanks Tyson - that's helpful. My experience is that the carrier will leave the phone locked even after you have paid off the contract.
Dec
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awarded  Commentator
Dec
23
comment Is the iPhone5 and up not Network locked?
Thanks- that's helpful. The phrase 'just because they can' was meant to imply that sim-locking has no obvious benefits to the consumer, but as a feature of the SIMs has commercial benefits to the carrier to the disadvantage of the consumer. Carriers seem rarely able to summon the force of will to resist this temptation but now it seems consumer sentiment and branding is requiring this goodwill.