A. Looks are not everything, but they sure will help to get your foot in the door. For example, if you have an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus with a good case on it, that’s going to be the first thing law firms look at when you walk into their office. The same goes for Android phones generally speaking because there are so many different market-based devices out there that all have unique features that set them apart from one another – be it camera quality or battery life or how fast they boot up versus what other phone can do in general – and these things matter when you’re trying to make a good impression with potential employers (and clients). So…if you aren’t using something like Apple’s iPad Pro 12.9″ (which is quite large), Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9″, Google Pixel C tablet/laptop hybrid gadget, Microsoft Surface 2 / 3 laptop family unit which has its own version of Android installed on top of Windows 10 Professional 64-bit software, Lenovo Yoga 900 convertible tablet/laptop device (has either Intel Core M processors running at 1GHz clock speed OR high performance NVIDIA Tegra K1 chips), Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook computer laptop / slate device featuring 4th generation Intel Core i5 processor along with 128GB flash storage memory capacity and 8GB RAM total system memory capacity…you may want to consider getting one of those instead!
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