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Apple bought Beats. Nobody misunderstands that. And nobody remembers 1981.
These sound like fun toys%u2014I know I enjoy my AR.Drone! But too many of them, too similar! Sounds like a bad plan.
 I'm disappointed too, as an Air 1 owner! I hope they can change that limitation before release (I can dream). But "working" isn't a yes/no question, it's a spectrum. How well does it work? How often does it work? Does it work with ALL apps, most apps, a few apps? Some of the time? Most of the time? When it fails to work well, what happens? Slowdowns, frustrations, unresponsive UI? Crashes? Loss of data you were working on? One thing is for certain: the Air 2's CPU and GPU...
 I wouldn't say it's un-Apple-like at all. (Waiting to do it right, both in UI and behind-the-scenes dev tools, WOULD be Apple-like. I hope they did it as well as it seems!) I'd say it's making the iPad more Mac-like. And iOS and the Mac have both been giving each other features for several years now. iOS has gained some Mac-like things, and OS X has gained some iOS-like things. This continues that evolution that started years ago.
Apple Maps auto-routed me around a sudden hazard on week one, years ago. When it was a brand-new app at its very weakest. It was great! But it didn't tell me out loud specifically WHY it was doing it (I had to tap on the screen to get a text explanation). All I knew was that Siri told me to make a turn on the way home that made no sense, and I obeyed%u2014and saved myself a huge headache. Once I got home I looked at the map and saw a little warning icon on the road I'd...
Developers are not forced to use ODR—I'm glad it's been implemented, and if developers use it when they shouldn't (like any OS feature) that's on them. Minus one star :) Plenty of games and apps already use on-demand data for tutorials: as streaming videos. Keep them small is all I ask, and let the user enable/disable ODR-over-cell data.
How many times do you have to use contraception to earn that badge?
I'd assume it works the same as iCloud Keychain, which IIRC only stores data on-device. Yet it still synchs: data is passed to your other devices, without being stored by Apple.So if you upgrade your ONLY Apple device, and get rid of the old one before synching the new one, I suppose you might have to start over. But most people won't get rid of their old phone until they have a new one.As to why it's better not to track you on Apple's (or anyone's) servers: that way...
At $15/month I'd buy one streaming service at a time, rotate months, and get lots of content for way cheaper than cable. If the prices fall (or cost less bundled together) I'd consider 2 or 3 at a time.
He probably bought one for himself and one for someone else--or borrowed one from someone else. Then put them on a dog for a funny photo set. Maybe even poking fun at showy rich people (or he may be one himself). But I doubt it's LITERALLY buying watches for a dog. Another surprise: that cat playing the piano is just for fun. He doesn't really play the piano.
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