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Beats headphones are amongst a handful of the very worst sounding. Apple will get slated if they sell these rubbish headphones. First, Apple use poorer quality D-A chips in their flagship iPod Classics, now they expect us to take the acquisition of the company behind the worst headphones as a good move for music reproduction.   Jonathan Ive, you visited my company in London back in the 80's when you were just starting out. Please, please don't fall for the hype...
I want my Mail.app Search functionality back...like...now. It's crippled without it.
They should simply give it away for free until the whole OS makes cohesive sense.
Safari 7 has been a disaster, so many bugs.
I believe the UK and Australian governments recently advised all depts to refrain from using any Huawei equipment as it is alleged to send all user behaviour data to servers in China. They make Routers, Youview TV boxes and parts of the exchange equipment used by telecoms companies. Together with the NSA, GCHQ and the like of LG, Google, MS and Apple these commercial and governmental bodies are watching our every move mm by mm bit by bit. Scary, really scary Mr. Orwell.
You ninny... We're all "foreigners" on the internet. It's a World Wide Web.
Make it soon. Mail.app has not behaved properly since updating to 10.9. Amongst other anomalies Mail Activity keeps showing random numbers of incoming mail none of which arrives.
It's not remotely close to Google Earth. It still embarrasses me.
Apple should give up on this mess. All the houses on my street look like they've melted in the midday sun. Road overlays don't match up with satellite images. Huge areas of towns/villages are totally obscured by clouds; it's horrible. As much as I loath Google, when launched Google Earth was one of the best uses of the WWW I had seen. Maps fails miserably at it's raison d'être.
That $365,000,000 was rather a waste of money. I thought Apple would do something clever with the technology; such as the user having to tap in a pattern of four (or so) different prints in a sequence of their choosing which would result in a far more complex (and secure) lock.   P.s. If they didn't patent this idea I'm releasing it for free.
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