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Posted by Mara Eastern

I'm a sardonic blogger, snapper, scribbler and rhymer; a virtual space invader who indulges in cheerful negativism, morbid self-deprecation and bleak humour.

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  1. At least the device has a file system. A lack of a true file system is the one major beef I have with iPhones and iPads. I’ve tried applications that attempt to add a file system but they just don’t work right.

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    1. iPhones don’t have files? Intriguing. What I most like about my non-iPhone phone is its battery – my Lenovo lasts two days of quite heavy use without recharging. I picked it because of the battery capacity.

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      1. No, no true file system. But the battery can last a day easily. What the hell good is any device without a file system? You do get used to it but…

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        1. You have a good battery then. I’m usually hearing lots of complaints from iPhone users specifically about the battery. I can’t imagine not having a file system, but I guess there is an alternative way in which files are handled. I never had the chance to use an iPhone or any other Apple device, so it’s a mystery to me.

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  2. Oh my goodness. I would have been on the ledge. I don’t have a playlist on my phone. Perhaps just as well. Doesn’t the music take up a lot of space?

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    1. I was on the (l)edge of my terrace for a while, but then I figured it out and my OCD is OK-ish now… The music does take up some space, but my phone seems to have a good storage capacity, besides a great battery capacity. Should I run out of space, I have a SD card mounted in it for extra storage. I haven’t needed it so far.

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      1. Right! I don’t have that option, with the SD card.

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  3. I’m surprised that the iPad and the iPhone have no file system. The file system on my iPod is the same as it is on my iMac’s iTunes app.

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    1. That’s intriguing. Now I really wonder how files are handled when there is no file system.

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