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I still have an issue with Dropbox:   Dropbox regularly creates corrupted files after I have taken a screenshot picture. Some of my screenshot pictures end up on my desktop instead of my screenshots dropbox folder.  > I cannot view and delete the screenshot pictures on my desktop. > The screenshot pictures that ended up on my desktop do not show up in Finder either. > They even don't show up as hidden files in my terminal window.    I have the latest OSX Yosemite...
This is lame ... What's next? ISIS?
Somehow related:   The app that got banned from the Google Play store because it protected the user against hackers and trackers.   The same app got accepted by the Apple App store. It shows how much Apple cares about privacy.   Interesting fact: the banned app was developed by an ex Google employee who was involved in developing Doubleclick.
I do believe it is the way to go if Apple is serious about "Continuity". The 6+ feels like an anomaly to me.
Well, on the contrary!  However, I must say that "Flow" is a better word than "Continuity".
I just hope Apple is working on not one, but three social platforms:   music + music store to compete with soundcloud, mixcloud, myspace video + video store to compete with youtube and vimeo photo to compete with pinterest and flickr   Don't mix them up. Just let it do one thing very well.   Ah, and don't listen to Bono. His idea of having the band members in 3D is just plain silly. It is about the music. I have no desire to play with a 3D Bono. Keep It dead...
I cannot see Jony Ive writing "wireless" on his products ... so 'no', most likely designed by beats.
How many Alexa's do they have in the house?   Apple could integrate Siri in a blink. Continuity will make us speak to our computers.   "Siri!?, Close Safari and open my most recent document in Pages. I got to do some work."
Oh, and one more thing:   Can I move my .mac, .me and .icloud account to just one account? It is annoying having to sign in/out in order to update the different apps on my various accounts I accumulated through the years.   e.g. I always have to use my .mac account to upgrade iPhoto and iMovie. The Yosemite upgrade was on my .me account. It does get very cumbersome.   Perhaps Apple should make use of the touch id on your iPhone (via continuity)?
Here's an idea to take out the clutter from iTunes:   Why not have the mac, iPhone, iPad and  watch apps in one unified App Store?   It does not make sense to me to have:   Mac apps in the Mac app store iPhone and iPad apps in the iTunes store   Just rebrand the Mac App Store to App Store in order to cater all.
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