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I basically never let my battery run out fully* so this setting is irrelevant UNTIL it gets stolen. So yes, I'll be using this feature! (* Unless I'm calibrating it. Which I'm glad I just did: I thought my 2-year-old iPhone 5's battery was noticeably weaker than when I bought it, and then I tried to run it down... it ran for AGES at 5%, making phone calls and downloads and even sitting with the lamp on! Turns out my battery life is much better than I thought, but the %...
Yes, Apple should have addressed this sooner than they did. They get no pass on that. But: there is no evidence tying this to the recent celebrity photos hack. Those photos were taken from MANY sources, not just Apple, over a long period of time, and using OTHER methods. There was no single "event" other than the mass "leak" of photos BY the criminals who already had them. But that's not as nice a headline.
So stupid. The drink is over full, so the turkey just storms out and runs away? Just drink a little off the top! Or heck, ask for a new one! Stupid spoiled brat turkeys. So sick of 'em.
Better through iTunes than OTA? In other news, it's refreshing to see an Apple scandal with real evidence behind it for once! Hope it's resolved quickly.
I see they've switched from copying the 6-year-old design of the second iPhone, and moved on to copying the 4-year-old styling of the iPhone 4. We should see their iPhone 6 knock-off shells appear in 2018 to 2020, then.
This worries me a lot, because I carry my phone in my front pocket, which contains VERY strong and evil-intentioned thumbs. I need new pants.
Corporations pay big money to tell you to believe science and evidence don't matter. After all, those corporations are run by rich people who want to be richer, right now, by the easiest path.
Apple's best move is to funnel iPhone 6 Plus units directly to the lucrative Nagromme market. Once that market is saurated (very-low-single-digit sales volume), then and only then should they begin shipments to China and other markets.
Shazam is an app I almost NEVER use... but when I do I want it badly and I want it fast! It doesn't earn a place on my Home Screen page 1, nor my Dock, and I end up forgetting where I put it and doing a Spotlight search. Siri seems like a good way to have this function at the ready, quickly, without having to hunt.
I like this change: I let WAY too many images pile up in my Camera Roll, AND I often go back to find one again in the endless sea of past images. So, a little "temporary auto-organization" may be just the ticket!
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