At Macy's at least we had to select card as a payment option before the terminal will activate.
This. Its like this at most places, large and small.
When reporters were reporting on their experiences with apple pay, a lot noticed that someone still had to hit a button on their end (likely credit based on my retail experiences) to complete the transaction.
Interesting the few times I used it I literally just put the phone near the NFC reader and it asked me for my fingerprint.
for the transaction to actually complete, the cashier usually needs to choose the payment type most of the time.
For the transaction to begin, you mean. The cashier has to select whether to open the cash drawer or send the correct amount to the electronic reader. Usually the customer doesn't notice any of this happening, but the cashier pays attention to what you're doing with your wallet and selects payment type.
Yeah there is usually a warranty on them I don't remember what the length of the warranty is but its basically "w/e is longer" so if you replace your phone say 6 months into it and the replacement would normally be only 3 month warranty you would actually get 6 month not 3 (assuming standard 1 year).Replacement iPhones have limited warrenties right? My phone has a ton of gunk under the camera lens which makes taking photos that don't look like crap impossible. Its been over a year since I originally got my 5s, but this replacement is about a month old. It would be way dick of them to say "well your original 1 year warranty is up, so we're not going to even look at this clearly defective 1 month old unit."
For referance my camera looks like this.
All the crap is under the lens meaning that either this phone was poorly sealed around the buttons or contaminated during assembly.
I think I'd really like a 5S. It feels rather solid and has something that I feel was lost with the 6 and 6 Plus. Also, when you handle iOS and Android devices all day long, it's impossible not to notice how heavy the iPhone 4 and 4S feel.
While I was waiting in line I played with the new 6s only to reaffirm that the 6 is way too big and light for me, and the 6+ is just plain stupid (no offense to any of you that bought one).
The 5S feels TINY to me now. :lol:
The 6+ is on the verge of being unpocketable (is that a word?) but it would be painful to go back to a smaller screen.
Yes, I realize androidists have known this for a long time. I'm not an androidist so I was stuck with a smaller screen. You won't find any records of me saying that the iphone4 or iphone5 is big enough though. I always wanted bigger.