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I'm surprised to hear that anyone in China is paying for apps. Even if you want to buy apps legitimately, they don't make it easy. You can't just pay for one app at a time. You have to pre-pay to load up your iTunes account with a minimum of 50 yuan, and then draw down on that balance.
The human body has a built-in app to let you know when you need to take a swig of water: you feel thirsty. Unless you're wandering through the Sinai desert for 40 years, you probably don't need to drink 8 cups a day.
That's his sister Brita.
I have 29,000 photos in iPhoto, most of which I've manually geotagged. I use this all the time to find pictures taken at a specific location. I can't believe they would remove this feature.
Did Photos add the ability to manually geotag photos (as iPhoto did)?
How 'bout a wireless keyboard with built-in trackpad? That's what I really want.
In Asia I have seen cases where the cash registers in each mall store were operated by employees of the mall owner, to prevent any funny business. In the U.S., one owner of a mall fast food business told me she pays only a percentage of sales; no base rent. She likes this as it means that when sales are slow, her rent is lower.
The magazine referenced here is at http://www.macuser.co.uk
Uhh, except that there aren't any Apple Stores on Taiwan.
Yup. And if anything interrupts it, it will not restart without closing out the page and reloading. In previous releases, it would just pick up where it left off. One of many many bugs I have to deal with on a daily basis.
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