[QUOTE=H3rB3i;2631085]Agreed for grown up people, but the problem I see is specially realted to the kids, at least here in our area. Because of the cheap all in contracts from the mobile providers (example 1000min , 1000 text messages and unlimited internet for â‚¬ 16/month) more and more kids are getting smartphones. A 12 year old kid simply doesn’t care what it allows an app on the phone, it want’s the app and it’s free. How can you protect your kid when you are a non experiensed user like, let me say 90+ percent of the people.
I think here has a boxed system like iOS a clear advantage compared to Android. I’m also a big Android fan but from some points of view it’s not a good solution.[/QUOTE]
Learning starts somewhere. If there’s no incentive to learn, people will remain dumb and allow themselves to be repeatedly shafted using the same tactics It’s cheaper to learn a sharp lesson once …
Agreed with the children … but once again, get spanked by parents, learn not to be stupid to prevent further spanking … it will gradually prevent silly adults that pay through the nose for silly things like … accumulative in-game purchases which have no intrinsic value the same as digitally downloaded movies
Interesting that … movie studios selling products with no intrinsic value … and the huge growth in digital movie downloads
[QUOTE=H3rB3i;2631086]Not at all, if you an experienced user and don’t mind on Jailbreaking then you are able to customise your iOS device in a nice way.
As for the ringtones, it’s pretty easy to create own tones. Just a few steps which everyone can do.[/QUOTE]
Aye … been there, done that, changed the root passwd
I’ve done the ringtones also, although it’s such a bugger trying to find a decent song that has a distinguishable, but relatively quiet song that builds to something louder within the limits of the maximum ringtone length.