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There are better 3rd party chargers that I would buy into instead. I also refuse to buy into any proprietary chargers anymore, so MagSafe for all its glory can kick rocks. I’ll wait for magnetic usb-c cables that support 100W+ if I want that feature.
Rather buy the replacement plan than a case, BUT I do have a case in order to use my mounting system
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Not sure I ever was concerned about wobble. The bar goes all the way across the phone which means its very unlikely to wobble at all. Less so than even the iPhones and their bumps or other premium devices.
That’s not to say you have to like the bar though, it has a big ol thing. I personally don’t care about my phone sitting flat on a surface so long as it doesn’t feel too big in my pockets which I don’t think the Pixel 6 will.
I don’t think the Pixel 6 will sell like Samsung or Apple devices, not even close. I think the best case is that the Pixel 6 finally gets pixel devices the mainstream attention so that maybe the next round it does improve in adoption.
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Love e-bikes, I have 2. They don’t need to go faster than 28mph. In fact, I don’t think they should go faster than 10mph unless you are pedaling.
Otherwise they are just scooters and can be very dangerous when not used properly. This is not only for the riders, most of whom don’t wear helmets because its not required, but also to the other riders in very small bicycle lanes going > 15mph as they go 30+.
I really hate the way regulations work but something should change. Otherwise why not just let me ride my electric motorcycle in bicycle lanes going 50mph? Would an e-bike maker be happy if they said sure you can go 30+ but you cant use bike lanes