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Don’t get it twisted…I’m #teamApple in a lot of things but iPhone is not one of them SMH.
Although I do have an iPhone 6s Plus which has been sucking ever since the release of the iPhone 7 and 7 plus. Conspiracy theory 😦 maybe smh idk or just want to know why my phone dies at 50-60% and tells me to charge it. It’s annoying and Apple needs to evaluate the issue or back to Android I go smh
Which I’m okay with I never have battery issues with the Samsung lines or htc or LG for that matter. I just love my iMessage and FaceTime it would be hard to say goodbye but I will if need be.
If you are having the same issues please comment DOWN Below!! I’m curious to hear everyone’s take on this horrible iPhone issue that I’m facing and others…I know I’m not alone.
I’m very excited for the phone releases coming in March/April…
I can’t wait to see the transformed Note 7 which I really want! Which I believe will be released under a diff name because bad stigma associated with Note name. My iPhone 6s Plus is trash now unfortunately 😦 It’s been crashing at over 50% that’s not whats up. Like I need a reliable phone not a piece of garbage. I literally am staying for FaceTime and iMessage that’s it smh. The camera is not better than Samsung Galaxy models.
Samsung uses Sony camera which is top of the line for clarity and adds that natural glow to your pictures. Well Apple is clear but not better in my honest opinion. Ever notice you have to sometimes turn on the flash with Apple and it’s worse where with Samsung it’s clear without flash. Samsung also lets you edit photos before even taking it with the beautiful filter which enhances your facial beauty. Also Android is better for the person who loves to customize their phone where with Apple it cost extra for all that.
Apple has been beasty with it’s most recent updates. I hope the 7s delivers more sleekness and better design concept. So the phone is not so heavy. Unfortunately with Apple it’s not Android so no battery you can physically pull out. It was a bad idea getting rid of the headphone jack I hear they are adding it back to the new releases thank goodness. So if your battery goes dead on Apple it’s a wrap. Still curious to watch the iPhone 7s press conference though.
I love both Samsung Galaxy models and Apple iPhone products.
But if I had to choose one I’m rocking with Samsung Galaxy the battery life is just better period!! And the fact I can add memory without paying monthly is that deal by just adding a memory card.
Thanks for checking in with your girl Steffy Elaine bka Stephy E
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I must say I was extremely impressed with the quality of photos and video on the iPad Pro. It was amazing and great for someone like me who edits there own videos and photos. What I loved most was the quality of the shots before even editing which was amazing to say the least. If you are looking for a great pad and camera I suggest this device. It’s simply a beast to be quite frank.
The quality is unmatchable so kudos to apple. Way better than the iPhone 6S Plus quality. There is no blur on the photos and it’s easy not to burst photos. I loved this device so much that Now I want to buy the big version so I can watch my own Youtube Videos better. It’s also not bad in price for all it’s capabilities. I can speak high enough about this device.
Simply in Love thanks Apple for not rushing and putting out Trash! I highly recommend this product if you are into photography and video editing and picture editing.
Have A BLESSED Day. Stay HEALTHY and Wealthy and Rich in Love!
Stephy E OWT!!!
Japan is so clean they feel their is no need to have trash cans on the streets. Which at times was real annoying because when I wanted to throw trash away I couldn’t because there was no trash can in site. It’s rare in the US to walk down the street and not see garbage on the ground but in Japan it would be weird to see garbage. I think in Japan they must pride themselves on cleanliness so that is why their is no garbage around. I wonder if there was ever a time when the streets were messy or has it always been clean. I feel bad for the homeless because there is no trash left for them eat off of. Even in the areas of Japan that were poor there still wasn’t trash around the area. These are the reasons why I believe Japan is the cleanest place on earth.
For our last night all together in Tokyo we went to Shin-Juku. It was real nice and filled with shopping places and food joints all over. For our last group dinner our instructor decided to take us for Shabu-Shabu. It was similar to the Korean BBQ in the aspect that you had to cook your own food but different because you didn’t have to grill the food. It was a pot filled with broth and they gave us veggies to put in there and raw meat. They provided us with a bowl of rice to start off with. To cook the meat all you had to do was dip the meat in the pot for a min or so and it was cooked. Also they had different sauces for us to put on our food. It was a lot of fun. It amazed me how fast I could cook raw meat in a pot.
In Japan most people take public transportation everywhere. So today we visited Japan Rail East which is leader in Japan’s transportation. They are Japan’s largest railway company. We learned a lot about how they are trying to make it easier for people to get from place to place. There working on making faster trains for more efficiency. Also installing systems where people can print where they are trying to go and it tells them what trains to take. They had plenty ideas to improving their railway. Such as they want to establish a smart station. The smart station consist of smart space, personalized information, interactive terminal, security, and providing easy-to understand train status information. Also making interactive signs to show you which train is coming next and how close it to where you are located. They gave us a tour of the projects they are working on and also of the new shopping and train area they are trying to make.
Waseda University is one of the top private schools in Japan. It is very prestigious and hard to get into. To get into this particular college there is a entrance exam in which most students study since grade school so they can pass the exam when the time comes for them to take the test. I found it interesting to learn that maybe 3,000 apply to the school but they only accept about 600 which just go to show it is very competitive to get in. I had the opportunity to meet students while I was there. They were very friendly and down to earth. I found it interesting how long some of them travel to school each day for many of them it’s a 2-3 hour ride. Most of the students I met were studying English. There school building was very plain compared to the buildings at Michigan State University. Also there campus was a lot smaller.
The most exciting baseball game I have ever seen. I never knew how big baseball was in Japan until I had the opportunity to experience it first hand. The crowd was hype and they cheered on the team all the way throughout the game. Even though baseball is big in the US I don’t recall the audience being hype throughout the whole game. Tokyo Giants were an amazing team. When it seemed like the other team was going to come back that’s when Tokyo Giants went in for the kill. The game never had a dull moment. I never seen such an enthused crowd for baseball. Even if the team made an error the fans always showed their support. It gave me a new outlook on the game of baseball. To the Japanese baseball is like football or basketball for the US. I really enjoyed myself and was a little sad when the game was over.
The tea ceremony is a very traditional ceremony in the Japanese culture. When you first enter you must remove your shoes before sitting for the ceremony. Then once seated they bring you treats. I did not really like the treats because they were way to sugary and tasted like playdoh. Next the lady who was in charge of the tea ceremony began to make the tea. She made each person’s tea individually. When you received your tea you had to turn it to the left the cup then say a chant with her. It’s like a greeting for presenting the tea but also a thank you for receiving the tea. When it was my turn I forgot one of the sayings on accident. So I hope they weren’t too disappointed in me. Overall it was a great new experience and it taught me more about the Japanese culture. I was glad I got a first hand look at their different customs.