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There are tons of problems with this service, but at least it's Quick. It says so right in the screenshot. Quick.
Students want cool headphones, but they want an education discount more! Good thing they get both, then...
I'm going to take a stand on this, one way or the other, with understanding the details!
Sounds like a long-haul concept, making touch ID work directly on the screen. But that's how big changes happen--start early!
A great day for the US and the word--and a great use of that quote. Not a great day for hate and small-minded fear
So... new policy, reasonable on the face of it, is badly enforced and managed, and not understood by the people DOING the reviews. (They are asked to interpret the phrase "offensive or mean-spirited" but they seemingly need to have that explained using shorter words.) Sounds like par for the course. Expect the policy to shift in the days ahead--when it could so easily have started out right to begin with!
Soon Siri will be like Morpheus on the cell phone with Neo, helping you avoid annoying "friends" with finely-honed precision.
App Store Review Team motto: Blunder in Haste, Backtrack Tomorrow Really, these issues are avoidable. The process is broken.
Just remember not to question what your government has told you to think: security and privacy are bad, and Edward Snowden is evil!
Correction: "with no subsidizing assistance from Apple" --> "DELAYED subsidizing assistance from Apple, plus larger total paid sales of the service (which is the goal of any free trial)." See: http://appleinsider.com/articles/15/06/15/more-than-70-of-apple-music-revenues-passed-to-rights-owners-apple-confirms Now, any given artist or label is still free to decline the deal, and is free to take their negotiations public to gain leverage. That's perfectly fair%u2014I'm...
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