or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by coolfactor

 I'm very confused by this. That money was earned overseas. Why does the US feel entitled to a portion of it? That sense of entitlement is what is out of control. If the US removed repatriation tax entirely, allowed foreign funds to be brought into the country tax-free, then guess what – that money would be IN the country, spent IN the country, and a portion of that spent money would be given to the government in the form of taxes. To tax the simple transfer of money is...
Okay Mr. Kasper... "high quality MP3s" -- ??   The songs were purchased from the iTunes Store, so they were not MP3s.. they were MP4s...
Siri for the Mac would be amazing!
Now if Apple would just bring iTunes Radio to more countries. It's articles like this that annoy me... it talks about features (such as buying songs from this widget) that aren't even available right here in the northern neighbour of the US... Canada.
This is an inexcusable glitch. Seems to be limited to read-only mode, but it never should've happened to begin with. Whomever is responsible for this problem needs to be questioned thoroughly.
It has probably already downloaded the update files in the backup.
Absolutely make _sure_ that you have a safe backup of that content. You can use iCloud backup and iTunes Backup. Wipe the device, do the upgrade, and then restore the content. Might be a pain, but that should work, and would ensure that the device is working as optimally as possible.
 Hardware share and web-usage share are very different numbers. iOS has been shown to have a very high web usage share across all mobile devices. Flash on all of the rest wouldn't have changed this much since clearly Flash wasn't important enough to consumers to choose a non-iOS device. Here are some pretty charts for you from 2013.... and not much has changed since then.http://techland.time.com/2013/04/16/ios-vs-android/?iid=tl-page-mostpop1
 I was simply responding to your suggestion that anybody, at any time, should be able to wipe their drive and start over with a fresh installation of OS X. It's just not that simple. Of course I use cloud services (Dropbox, iCloud, etc.) and backups for all of my data. That's how I've been able to migrate to new machines with minimal effort. But I also have a ton of software installed via MacPorts and manual installations that I would not choose to have backed up or...
 I can live with the ads, but it's all the stupid overlays that people add to the videos that can get annoying. Watching a music video or something, and little popups are appearing all over the video as the author wants you to check out this and that, and over there... so annoying!
New Posts  All Forums: