If she already has an ipad why get her another one?Shall I divulge what I use? I have a work and a personal mobile.
My surrogate daughter will be asking for something for her birthday. She thought iPhone 6 was too big. She currently has an iPad Mini I bought for her. I'm wondering whether another iPad or the iPhone. But then she's barely a teenager so I feel pretentious talking about these things.
*You should leave the thinking to the expertsI don't think if you buy before the sale that you can go crying like a big sook.
If you're going to go with an outdated model anyways, why not try and buy a used one and save even more?So, I have narrowed my mobile phone search.
The ones that are in my price range are:
- LG G3
- HTC M8
My mom got today the LG G3 and it feels nice even though it's a big phone. It's the cheapest option for me. The M8 is nice but it's a bit more expensive.
The M9 is alepready available in Mexico, but the price is above the range, meaning I could buy it but I don't know if I would be completely happy paying that price for a mobile phone.
The S6 Edge is way way out of what I'm willing to pay. It's cool but I don't like spending that much in a mobile phone.
So, in between the G3 and M8, which one would be better? Cause if I take into account the M9 I think that one would be the obvious option.
Well because even though it's outdated, it's still new and I have to stick with it for 2 years. The carrier company allow me to use whatever celphone I want but if I make that, I would keep the iPhone. I have the iPhone 5.If you're going to go with an outdated model anyways, why not try and buy a used one and save even more?
I have the Moto X first gen, it's nice, do you think the second gen is better than the G3?Other than the new models? Galaxy S5, MotoX 2nd gen, Moto G if you want a cheap phone. Do you take a lot of pictures with your phone?
Interesting. This isn't the right thread for this so I'll move it over.In Australia as in North America, trappers would set out traps around the bush to catch game. This became very important in Australia as the imported rabbit became a plague. During the Great Depression, rabbit and rabbit trapping was a major source of food and income for the unemployed.
The phrase entered the Australian language to mean going out to your traps to see what you can find. This is not quite the same as usual haunts, because the phrase carries the connotation of going out to capture. It was and still is a country phase that then entered the political lexicon, especially in Labor and Country Parties.
The phrase "around the traps" is generally associated with words like "heard" or "word": the word around traps is, heard around the traps, they tell me round the traps.
Reset it. Hold down the power and home button until the screen goes white and the apple logo pops up.Okay today my iPad Air 2 decided it needs to start sucking up 5mbps of data continuously. I restarted it. I disabled app store updates. I closed all the open browsers, etc but whenever I turn on Wi-Fi, it decides it needs to start downloading something.