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Actually, his "miserable grammar" suggests British English, in which an organization is referred to in the plural.
Besides people's Macs at home, should we also be concerned that companies we do business with may be storing our personal, medical, financial data on vulnerable servers?
If the purpose of this tour was to address concerns about iPhone 6/6+ bending in people's pockets, it would be helpful to know whether those tests were designed to model the pockets of a 40 pound kid or a 250 pound man.  Not everybody carries around a torque wrench, so simply handing out raw numbers without a basis of comparison is not helpful for most people -- certainly not for the people who are up in arms over 'Bend-gate'.
During that Antennagate press conference, Steve said that Apple would "continue to work on antennas that don't have this problem". http://www.engadget.com/2010/07/16/live-from-apples-iphone-4-press-conference/ 11:06 AM
Yes, Apple tests their phones.  But how about comparing those numbers to the amount of force produced by people?  It would have been more convincing if Apple invited the largest journalist in the group to try those same tests himself, then show that those machines actually produce more force.
Couldn't we also blame Apple for not making them a better offer?  It's not like Apple doesn't engage in product placement also.
I'm not sure who deserves more bashing: Apple for releasing this problematic update or the people who are still denying/dismissing the issue.  Public perception of Apple is not based solely on the company but also the attitudes of their user community, just as I'm sure Apple fans here will say about Android/Windows/Linux users.      
I would expect that after the file was downloaded, iOS would validate the file before actually installing it.  And notify the user if the file was somehow corrupt.  Unless you mean those electronics and RF noise in a studio could corrupt the installation process itself?
Quote: Originally Posted by MusicInclusive    Additionally, some iPad musicians who accidentally updated to iOS 8 are seeking to take advantage of the short term ability to downgrade again to 7.1.2   That ability is no longer available.  Bragging about iOS 8 adoption rates while preventing people from undoing the upgrade on older devices is disingenuous.
This brings up an important point.  It really seems that Apple does not test their apps with large data sets.  Just because the new Photos app looks fine with 1 picture from the camera, 1 picture from iPhoto, and 1 picture from Photo Stream, do we just assume that it will work fine with 5000 pictures from all these different sources combined? Another example is the lack of any auto-arrange options (by name, date, priority) in Reminders for iOS.  When you have a list with...
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