State-sanctioned separation of families from their children. Awesome. Harkens me back to the 1800s with thousands of slave families. I bet you're one of those people who thinks the government has too much power, too.
I definitely emailed Apple about this idea. Can't tell you how many times I've been sitting out in my driveway when my iPhone just won't let go of the uselessly weak Wi-Fi signal from my house. Siri doesn't like that one bit.
Thank Jebus somebody else had this problem too.
Exactly. I just don't understand how this extremely buggy service is actually being expanded. Runaway duplicating playlists, clean/explicit lyrics switching and lag times up the whazoo. All issues known since November and NO mention of any progress from Apple.
I'm not sure why I thought these forums would be a forum for reasonable, factual discourse. Case in point: calling everyone single person in the American government "morons." Really? 100%? So Dateline had absolutely no reason to air an entire episode on Apple's offshore manufacturing partners? Apple could be under investigation for supporting mass murder and I feel like people who read AppleInsider would be like, "Well, it's not THAT many people. People die all...
I find the whole slogan, "Wake Up," too preachy. AND the fact that they showed up in front of an Apple store. . . it reminds me of when Carolyn Parrish stomped on George W. Bush's doll to express her infantile dislike of the man.
It's like, instead of telling us why we all suck for not buying your product, prove to us that we should buy your product by demonstrating it's awesomeness.
Then again, I am not a marketing expert. . .