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But unlike the Pebble Time and various Android Wear watches, the Apple Watch still lacks an always-on display. The display lights up easily by tapping or lifting your wrist, but..it’s time to get always-on as an option. Apple’s custom watch chip, the S2 processor, makes the Apple Watch Series 2 faster than the original Qi Wireless Charging Base for Qi Enabled Devices. It’s also said to be more efficient.. ..and that helps improve battery life slightly. Plus, the new Series 2 is actually a tiny bit thicker than the last version. You wouldn’t notice it unless you held two watches side by side, and even then you’d need to look twice..
But Google has been at a disadvantage in the game because it has a thin patent portfolio for mobile devices. That’s why it’s been sued by Oracle and its handset partners have been sued by Microsoft and Apple. And it’s why Google was so desperate to buy Motorola, offering 63 percent more than Motorola’s Friday closing price on the New York Stock Exchange. So expect Apple, Microsoft, and others to raise concerns of anticompetitiveness over the deal to convince regulators to push a consent decree that would diminish the value of those patents Qi Wireless Charging Base for Qi Enabled Devices. Google’s rivals would love nothing more than to have regulators force the company to have to either divest or cross-license some of the Motorola patents. It won’t be easy though..
Telling my other friends the Hooters story required the use of the iPhone’s Camera Roll feature. And this is where I have found my first consistent iPhone-crashing bug that requires a full reset. The Camera Roll feature is pretty dang cool. Most of the time the feature allows you to flick and flip through pictures with impunity, all the while only using your fingers. You can resize, rotate or drag Qi Wireless Charging Base for Qi Enabled Devices. You can email, add to contacts and just generally be paparazzi-like. That said, there are pictures–in this case the ones of the Hooters waitresses–that when accessed will literally stop the iPhone in its tracks. After I get to the Hooters girl picture it’s no longer possible to move forward, zoom or, well, do anything. Pressing the home key does nothing. The girls are just there on screen, staring and smiling at you. (One time, however, the screen went blank, only to be replaced with white and yellow stripes. I’m not sure which is worse)..
With the icons still dancing around, open the folder you want to place the unused apps folder in. You’ll notice the soon-to-be-hidden folder will stay in place, even clipping part of the view of the good folder. Press the home button and bam! Your folder is now hidden within a folder. With the folder hidden, you’ll still have access to the apps inside it. Pretty easy, right? And don’t worry, this bug isn’t like previous issues where restarting your device would place everything back in its proper place. The folder truly is hidden. Well, until Apple releases an update to iOS 7 that fixes it Qi Wireless Charging Base for Qi Enabled Devices.