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by Charlotte ⌂ @, New York, Wednesday, February 06, 2019, 19:33 (73 days ago) @ DouglasCar

Withdraw cash emedicalpictures.com Learning the keyboard shortcuts will mitigate some of the issues with the Q10′s small display while others are harder to deal with because of the way BlackBerry 10 works. (Read our full review for an in-depth breakdown of the OS.) The core of BB10 is gesture-based interaction that usually involves swiping up from the bottom, from the left, or down from the top. Due to the size of the display, the gesture-sensing zones take up significant space. We found that tapping an icon at the very top or very bottom of the screen didn’t always register because the Q10 didn’t seem sure if we were tapping or beginning a swipe. When scrolling up in the Hub, Browser, or a social media app, we often accidentally activated the swipe up to close app gesture. As you get used to the screen size, the incidence of that happening may go down.


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