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Not really. Apple will continue with iAd since it wouldn't be affected by this. In-app ads and ads in Apple services like the just announced Apple News will continue. They're not against targeted ads, they're just publicly against them.
One of my mapping guys also reports Apple is planning to replace TomTom with it's own mapping by 2018. He's very connected with the telematics industry, a cartography expert that's often consulted for map and location projects, and generally has been pretty accurate. We'll see.
Google Play Music has a catalog of more than 30M songs.https://play.google.com/about/music/allaccess/#/
The 1 doesn't have TouchID does it? As I read things a 4-digit passcode will still be OK if it does not.
You'd think if Apple was going to confirm the streaming is 256kbps, which they did, they could have at least also said it was AAC not MP3 and end the guessing about it, which they did not.
There was another source even before him that said the same thing. It was more for business locations than the all-encompassing street-view. Yelp is supposedly on the way out.
They aren't "deleted". Not using it will accomplish the same thing.
Reportedly about 1/2 oz of gold in the Edition, around $600 worth if accurate.
Apple has only confirrned 256kbps, but not that it will be AAC. Probably should wait for that before demanding the article be taken down.If it matters here's what Beats had to say about their music streamer: It's not ridiculous to think Apple may do the same.https://support.beatsmusic.com/hc/en-us/articles/200459220-What-audio-quality-bitrate-does-Beats-Music-support-
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