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1) I like how he says what Apple should have done. Like it makes sense for Apple to negotiate with every fucking label and artist on the planet to allow all 500 million iTunes Store customers to get an album that only pays them a reported 20¢ per album.2) My problem with the U2 album giveaway is twofold: I felt it made this historic Apple event end on a 'meh' note, and I have to assume that anyone that really wanted this album would have bought it and most simply wouldn't...
Personally I think the digital crown is brilliant. It's clearly works nothing like crowns on standard watches.What would you recommend to replace it?
I like the term but I don't know what it means nor its context.
A year or two? I would be surprised if the installed based tips in Apple's favour within 6 months, as well as more people using Pay over Android's NFC within a month.How many Android-based devices are there being used now that have both NFC -and- KitKat?
I've seen plenty of great uses for iBeacon but I do think you just envisioned an excellent use for it. I was thinking 1) geolocation, like with my Passbook cards, or 2) the NFC terminal sends a general retailer type and company code to your device so it can determine the right card (or ask you), but I think your method is better.Willful ignorance is not an excuse when talking about how technologies differ on a tech forum. He should know better.
My guess is because the official name is Apple Bank for Savings*, it wasn't a trademark that could be confused with Apple Computers, and if Apple Computers went after Apple Bank it would give a whole lot of ammunition to Apple Corps long litigation against Apple Computers.* Founded in 1863 but the current name was created in 1983)
Computer says no.That's interesting because Amazon VISA is only used for fuel and, of course, Amazon purchases because that's where I get the extra points.
Yeah, but that's the appellate court. I'm sure the virnetellate court will go the other way.
1) NFC ≠ RFID.2) So these "NFC" cards you have in your wallet. You had the multinationals, banks, and retailers all scrambling to support NFC for years now, eh? What country do you live in? Clearly not the US.
1) I read that it will be slightly different. Most of it is the same but there will be a PIN you have to input after putting the watch on in order to activate Pay. Because of the sensors facing the wrist this will lockout Pay as soon as it's removed. Whether you have to use the PIN every time you make a purchase or whether they feel that is safe enough (certainly more safe than a CC in your wallet) I don't yet know.2) Since the Watch doesn't have a camera — thankfully!...
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