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I sure wish my Apple Watch's "Hey Siri" feature would work more reliably. It works about 70% of the time. Also, I'm noticing the watch isn't producing notifications for my text messages consistently. Sometimes it just doesn't give me a notification. In other words, Apple's now usual quality control problems are making me feel pretty so-so on my Watch.
I'm sure Tim Cook's heavy-handed censorship and banning of any content that might be deemed "mean-spirited" or "offensive" to these "minority" groups will engender a lot of warm fuzzy feelings towards them... Instead, it will probably make them targets of more extremism, especially if they remain silent as the Tim Cooks of the world carry out the same kind of extremism in their names.
Can I use the app to document citizen law-breakers and then submit the video to the authorities to get the thugs and criminals thrown in jail...even when they're black?
Go Israel. What a little dynamo...
And those people with real jobs probably didn't get a leg up in the field because of some sinister social engineering project and racist quota system.  I love how the people that insist on racial preferences and quotas are the first to cry "racism!" when someone wonders if the minorities that are given a leg up actually earned it or not (usually they didn't). And I notice that their systems always define people by their race or sex, instead of their individuality, but then...
 Time to wakeup from your fantasy-land. Apple's attention to detail and overall quality has dropped since Tim Cook took over, or perhaps since Jobs became affected by his cancer. Apple used to enter a product category and do an exemplary job. It may not have offered every bell and whistle that competitors did, but it did the basic experience so well that it was still a superior experience for the vast majority of customers. That was the Apple way. That's what made Apple...
Why would anyone buy audiobooks from Apple, when Apple treats them like an afterthought of an afterthought.    Audible lets you:   1) download your books far more easily 2) keeps them in sync better between devices (does Apple even do that, much less do it well?) 3) has a dedicated Player app that's well suited to book listening (chapter markers, notes, easy backup and jump forward by several seconds, etc.) 4) is generally more economical. 5) Doesn't throw out...
Is that a joke? Cage? I hope it is.
Neither of those guys are in the same league, acting wise, as Fassbender. It's the performance that counts and I think Fassbender's performance is going to be very strong.The bigger question is if enough time has past for the world to really be interested in a cinematic re-telling of Jobs' story. We'll see.
Tim Cook has presided over the greatest DROP in Apple product quality I've noticed since the second Jobs era began. I run into more frustrating bugs in Apple products than I ever had before, and while I used to believe that "It Just Works" was a slogan that you could truly use to describe the experience of using Apple gear (for the most part...no company or product is perfect), that's no longer remotely true. Apple has become sloppy, and very slow at addressing its...
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