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 You seem to ignore the fact that they would need agreement from the owners of the channels. Content providers are very wary of letting Apple control the industry, even if it would be a net benefit to them.
Irrelevant. And actually, with the possible exception of animals, people are fighting for those issues. But for f**k's sake, an animal is not a consenting adult! A gay person is. Your examples have nothing to do with this discussion.And what if Jesus said to love everyone? Doesn't matter though, as the USA and AZ are not theocracies.
Good. Institutions do not care about the long term, the welfare of employees, or the quality of products. I'd like to see Apple go completely private. Then they don't have to answer to these so-called analysts.
This feature is not to fight phone theft, it's to fight identity theft. If someone wants to steal your identity, they'd probably prefer you used an Android phone.
Could have been a defective battery. Lithium-ion batteries can expand.
Who said anything about happenstance? It's not like tha NSA has secret exploits that no other hacker can figure out for themselves. In four years there has been numerous security fixes, architectural changes, and OS updates. And there are audits going on constantly. I'd be amazed if any of toes exploits still worked, and it's getting harder and harder to find new ones.While such scenarios are possible, source code is audited, as are chip designs. One would have to place a...
Actually, it is likely. This doc is from 2010. That's too long ago. Back then, you could jailbreak your phone by visiting a web page. A lot of these holes have been filled since then. It's likely that very little (if any) of these exploits still work on devices running iOS 7.
Forstall is fine with it. After all, he has a bright future in modelling.http://gizmodo.com/ousted-apple-exec-scott-forstall-finds-new-career-as-ci-1502010362
 He considered them to be total crap because he wasn't there. Don't tell me the SE/30 or the IIci was total crap. The first PowerBooks came out in that period and projected Apple from nowhere to the top notebook seller in a matter of months. There were a few crappy models, the IIvi, IIvx, PowerBook 190, 5300, and much of the performa line. Apple's problem that time was in the decisions the company made, not the engineering of their products.
Sunrise is correct, there are limitations to the Calendar APIs in OS X and iOS. Lots of apps require your AppleID to function: BusyCal, MS Outlook, Sparrow. There is no OAuth or similar functionality in CalDAV or IMAP protocols, so there's nothing to do. Either you trust the developer or don't use their app.
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