Originally Posted by osupike99
A handset can be device OR unique GUI. So if you have 5 iPhone5/5s handsets and all use the same GUI then it is 1 handset. However, if you have husband, wife, kid 1, kid 2, kid 3 and each one uses iPhone 5/5s BUT each has their own GUI, that is 5 handsets.
With Android, it is more complicated because different devices, though having same screen resolution, will have different USABLE pixel count thus, would be different handset type.
Now define "GUI". Different "themes"? or IOS5/IOS6 etc? USABLE pixel count = different GUI? but each iPhone 5 is supposed to have the same pixel count for display even if each use a different "theme".
But then if iRule is installed, & I change the "GUI"/theme would that count as 2? On an Android, I can also change the GUI by changing the custom rom to another version by someone else; will iRule then see that it is already installed so that the new GUI won't be counted as another device?
iRule should really define what is meant by "unique" device.
Regarding different GUI on iPhone 5/5s, would that GUI really mean using different templates & NOT using pixel count to determine a different device?
Unlikely, I'll run into a greater than 3 device problem but if having an extra button on a different tablet means that the GUI is different, then there is a huge problem regarding device usage.