8k isn't coming until 2020. 4k UHD 1 is being tested this year and launched next. UHD Bluray is not the same as the television standards that are coming.
UHD TV standard that is coming to broadcast has to support 120 and 100 fps. This is the second screen to be revealed that will be compatible with the new standards that are coming. Current TVs on the market will not be compatible with what is coming, they may fudge it by giving yo a downgraded image however. Blame TV makers for rushing to the market before the EBU, ATSC etc have ratified their standards, DCI have pushed something through the door with UHD Bluray but misses a lot of good features.
Or, just send a Profile to the device. No dev account needed. You can install and run your own enterprise apps remotely.
Or, develop your own app and distribute it using MacOS Server, MDM or VPP. You can even have your own app store in a enterprise environment with iOS. It's not as locked down as people believe. Just there are no public app stores other than Apple's own.
You really want a slow ass micro SD card slot? Apple use speedy chips, iPhone storage can do 500MB+, a micro SD struggles to do faster than 200kB/s 4k writes.
Must be settings. Just tried Firefox and it states:
"Playing bitrate (a/v): 64 / 5620 ( res: 1920x1080, par: 1x1 )"
I call bullshit to this article.
The onboard Ethernet is via a USB to Ethernet controller which also works as a USB hub. Limited to not just USB 2 speeds, but also controlled by the CPU in software to do the networking. Plug in a USB hard drive, if that's in use your Ethernet slows down. The CPU only has one USB I/O.
This phone is running iOS 7, any newer version for be far harder and more destructive if you attempted to hack it.
Why I dumped my TV license. Live TV is just so bad! Unfortunately the BBC are biased toward the Conservatives, they need them on side to negotiate new licensing laws. Meanwhile, I bet the Tories would love to privatise the BBC, putting themselves, the Tory peers, and their chums up for the first few rounds of share buying.
Yep. I have no license, but my TV in my bedroom is plugged in to the aerial so I can receive radio broadcasts. Alarm on my TV tuned to Radio 2 wakes me up every morning.
Quote from http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/a...
Is a TV Licence required for listening to digital radio broadcasts?
A TV Licence is required to watch or record TV programmes as they are being shown on TV, regardless of the channel and device being used (e.g. TV, computer, laptop, tablet, mobile phone, game console, digital box or DVD/VHS recorder), and how it is received (terrestrial, satellite, cable, via the internet or any other way). You do not need a TV Licence if you only use this equipment to listen to digital radio broadcasts.
Personally, I'm really into documentaries and the likes. The problem is Netflix US has all these utterly terrible american style docs which stop every five minutes to recap due to ad breaks which aren't there (in case you haven't seen them, the streamlined Mythbusters are a joy if you know where to get them because they chop out all this crap)
Apple does the same with movies and TV programmes purchased through iTunes. Went to America, purchased a few films to watch, with my British iTunes account. Get home, cannot watch them as soon as I connect with a British IP. Go back to America, all is fine.
Prefer a USB wifi dongle that I can have on a long cable and the antenna to poke outside the housing that the RPi is in..
Aren't they the size of a filing cabinet?
Old programmers never die, they just become managers.