Justin Williams talks Pit Pass, Elements, and more - WWDC 2013

Justin Williams of Second Gear Software talks about Pit Pass, his clever developer concept for Passbook, and Elements, his text editor. Live from WWDC 2013!

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Mr Rene Ritchie , sorry to comment you here, but today i read all of your phone reviews of iphonw 5, Galaxy s4 and you kept telling GS4 is a cheap plastic, i got something for you

search in cnet web galaxy-s4-upsets-iphone-5-in-our-brutal-destruction-test-video

apple fooling people by cheap aluminium thats proved by CNET(well cnet also fanboy like you)
Plastic is more durable than anything.
so if you have dare then publish the video as a article and apologize for calling galaxy cheap. shame. Aluminium premium build quality my A## !!

Hell yeah. Plastic is cheap believe me. Samsung plastics should be banned because very harmful to our Mother Earth! They are just dumping plastics every stalls and shelves of the stores worldwide!

no man, Samsung Galaxy S4 first smartphone to get TCO certification,In the environmental category, it was found that the Galaxy S4 was free from many hazardous materials like nickel, beryllium and mercury which make recycling a nightmare.
Finally, Samsung’s power-efficient charger was praised to meet economic viability criteria.

and you call it harmful?????? HOW

Samsung Galaxy S4 first smartphone to get TCO certification,In the environmental category, it was found that the Galaxy S4 was free from many hazardous materials like nickel, beryllium and mercury which make recycling a nightmare. google it. what u say about Cnet destruction test???

HTC or Nokia plastic , you think its stronger?? All nokia phones are bulky and heavy , where samsung galaxy series are slimmer than ever.