Apple Might Have Finally Delivered
One of the things that drives me nuts is the slow rate of charging when using my iPhone X and 3rd party Q1 technology wireless trackpad. There were rumors that Apple might be working on a high speed version and apparently this looks to be true. Forbes just provided a scoop on that. For more details click here.
Anyone else getting error messages that certain Applications will no longer work in the future? I used to get those on my Windows 7 professional laptop when Microsoft wanted me to move to Windows 8. I have two older iMacs and a G-4 MacBook that work perfectly. I'm guessing the problem is Apple is trying to sell new product by phasing out older 32 bit architecture in favor of 64 bit. They also did this with iPhones. They also push the ap developers to revise new versions often leaving us with older computers that work great in the lurch.
I've moved on from the Cellular world but, like a bad habit, can't stop following it. The two question most often asked are who has the best deal. That depends on too many factors for me to address but I can say that, along with my California seniors State Beach Parking Pass, my T-Mobile 55+ Seniors plan is as good a deal out there. I personally avoid resellers in the cellular world as they do not own, operate, or have the ability to directly fix problems. Spectrum now resells Verizon and advertises that they are 40% less expensive. They do not clarify that this only holds true for a single line user. In fact, the more lines you add with them, the deal quickly gets worse. That's because the way it was explained to me, each line is $45. With most larger carriers, after 2 lines, it's about $20 per line for additional lines.
Tired of RoboCalls? It's unbelievable how many calls I get on my cell and office phones. Despite being on the government's DO NOT CALL LIST, I get dozens and dozens each day. Since IT is my business, I have a voIP business
phone solution that nips this in the bud. When calls come in, the caller can choose which extension they want. If they do not choose (as robodialers cannot do), they are prompted to input a selection a second time. If they don't, they get hung up on. Of course, if they were legitimate callers, they would leave a message.
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Joel Saltzman has over twenty years of wireless industry experience. He is currently CEO and Chief Wireless Analyst for Dr Wireless.