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It doesn't bother me at all. I like how we get updates all the time not once a year like before. Plus we get the entire Adobe suite which was really expensive before. Also you can install it on two machines even if one is Windows and the other Mac. Personally I have it on two Macs though. I look at it just like any other reoccurring bill of which I have many. If I quit paying my mortgage, I don't get to live in the house any longer.
The features in CC not in LR 6 are not that important in my opinion. All the features in this article are in LR 6.http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom/versions.html
Beyonce is right handed.
Ivory from a near extinct animal would most likely be illegal to sell or possess, but you can buy ivory from a Wooly Mammoth and lunar meteorites are available too, both quite reasonably priced, so no.
Auto sales are booming and every one comes with a radio. Quality of radio content is what is at gutter level. Personally I like small community radio and public, university radio much better than mega-watt commercial radio. Streaming is fine but it uses your data over cellular and is not always as accessible as an FM signal.
Apple writes ALL the software for TV. When TV 3 received an OS and firmware update TV 2 did not. On the new TV,  YouTube will work fine because it was written for v3 API by Apple. This is entirely an Apple problem which they have known about for more than a year and decided that they would not bother to support v3 API on the older hardware. Edit: Interestingly, the YouTube app on the App Store says it is compatible with iOS 6 and above and it is dated March 26, 2015....
I really don't know why this is so hard for you to understand. YouTube is not a stand alone app. It has to connect to the service. The service has been updated and the old software is no longer compatible. This was announced to developers over a year ago. Whose fault is it if the developers, like Apple, decided not to rewrite their app on the old TV? Google didn't write that app, Apple did and Apple decided not to renew it because they never cater to customers with old...
Developed with v2 API which is now obsolete. Doesn't matter who wrote it, Google or third party. Going forward all YouTube apps need to use v3 API.
All developers have to eventually deprecate older software. Apple does this all the time. Same with Microsoft. No difference with Google. They announced this EOL more than a year ago. Apps written in v2 API are deprecated. Is it really worth it for developers to spend resources supporting older devices? Apparently the answer is No.
Wow that is pretty cheap. I  really don't understand how they can do it for $200 a year. I've priced a lot of bandwidth for corporate use and for unlimited bandwidth at Gbps speeds is thousands per month.
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