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I just experienced this bug myself. Booted up a 2013 Mac Pro this morning, and it couldn't find my Apple bluetooth mouse. Fortunately, it did find my Apple trackpad, so I was able to go to System Preferences and manually find the mouse. 
Passbook keeps crashing when I try to take a picture of my credit card, so I had to enter them manually. Might try to restore my phone to fix that.    My Chase Visa cards were accepted by Passbook, except a MasterCard. Apparently, Apple Pay only works with Chase Visas, not MCs.    Looking forward to trying this out at a nearby Radio Shack, Macdonalds or Subway. 
Terrible mistake, Apple. And I think this will begin to haunt you almost immediately.
LET'S BE FRANK, JESSE.   The reason there aren't many blacks in tech is because black families and black kids don't embrace an education and path that naturally leads to the tech industry. You know, things like math, science, business, etc.    Blacks, as a general group, seem to have no problem excelling in sports and music without any hand-outs or crying about racial imbalance. Why? Because those areas are apparently important to much of the black community, and...
I hope it fixes all the crashes I get in Safari. 
 Ah, that's government bureaucracy at its finest...
I seem to remember them being "committed" to the Zune too. And before that, they were "committed" to the Plays For Sure audio format.
They are free to list the price and then change it as much as they like. Prices for lots of things change regularly. But they can't tell you you'll pay X and then when you click "Buy" they charge you Y. Is that what you're upset about, or simply that they raised the price before you clicked Buy and the transaction was completed.
I just bought the Harry Potter collection in Hd in the U.S. for $10. That's a stunning deal. Also picked up Lord of the Rings trilogy, in Hd, for $10. Glad I waited on some of these titles...
Well, Jobs' second run with Apple was certainly fantastic, but his first run was a mixed bag, leading to his firing (can anyone imagine Jobs being fired the second time around?). And NeXT didn't exactly set the world on fire, either. Before it found a small niche for itself, it burned through a lot of cash, employees and grand promises. I believe Apple can thrive without Jobs, but it does feel like it's getting slower at turning around new products, and trying new...
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