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Perhaps but I think Breen was better than Snell not by a whole lot but enough IMO.  I think Snell has more ambitions in writing and he's likely better off outside of the Hive. 
 That would be an interesting legal battle because Touch ID and other biometrics don't absolve passwords they just add another layer of authentication much like a keyboard is generally required to input said password. 
Uh oh    The Segway pt II 
New versions contain bug fixes.   Maybe not the bug fixes everyone is looking for but it's fallacious to infer that "new features" and "bug fixes" are mutually exclusive. 
I look at USB 3.1 and Type C connectors as almost an admission that Apple is going in another direction.  Thunderbolt will be on the high end Intel stuff but much of what a consumer needs is handled fine with 3.1/Type C 
I don't see why this isn't more abundantly obvious to many of you.   1.  ARM is going to own iOS and eventually the lowend OS X devices. 2. Intel isn't going away.   MBP, Mac Pro will remain Intel based.  How can you tell that this is happening.  Software:  Think about how many new API in Yosemite/iOS 8 were announced simultaneously,  Cloud Drive, Extensions, Photokit etc.  and I think we'll see this become a trend.  Both platforms are moving toward parity for good reason....
https://affinity.serif.com/about/  Mac Affinity Photo should support CMYK.  I think they're going offer a nice complement to Pixelmator and other apps. 
 If I wasn't so lazy I would have noticed they already have a developer program with a second generation API  http://www.filetransporter.com/app-developer/ they haven't rolled out their large partners yet either  http://www.filetransporter.com/channel-partner/ Looks like the infrastructure is coming along.  I too am interested in how it integrates with native Auto Save.   Always a wise choice. 
 I've been checking them out more once they came out with the Transporter Sync.  I'm with you on the placing a couple of these at remote places and syncing data to them for some lite DR.   They have a Versions feature in the software that I'm keeping my eye on.   The more extensible it becomes the more useful the Transporters become.    I also wonder if they'll be delivering an API for 3rd party vendors to use.  
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