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Other than to satisfy the massive ego of Mr Ive I am having a really difficult time trying to figure out why Yosemite even exists as an update.  I would be satisfied if major updates only happened every two or three years.
I agree with the concept that Mr. Ive has too much power, regardless of who gave him the power.  He has misused his position to force his minimalist design concepts on the entire UI experience.  Bad idea.   Contrast and color exist in nature and make our lives easier.  The same concept should be applied to software and user interface.  The bland, colorless, no-contrast, thin lined world preferred by Mr Ive really makes the user experience a giant pain as virtually...
Getting an email each time I access the cloud is kind of cumbersome in that it clutters up already too full email accounts.  If two factor authentication can get rid of the emails then that is a better solution.
"Start with the customer experience, work backward to the technology." (Said Whit Falcon) I agree. Too bad Mr Ive does not agree.
AMEN TO THAT!  Intuitive to the end user far and away trumps "cute to look at."  IOS-7 and Mavericks have both gone down the wrong rabbit trail.
Sure would be cool if Apple could contract with WeatherUnderground Classic (not the mobile app). no matter what you are looking for it's by far the best content and has the greatest accuracy. In fact it is more comprehensive and accurate than the weather that FAA provides to airlines.
Truth and facts don't matter at all to MOST journalists. Remember what they do for a living...they write stuff and get paid for doing it.  Whether they write the truth or not is mostly immaterial.  In a couple of weeks the fact that they proved to be be absurd and inaccurate will not even be noticed.
I was agreeing with DACLOO
I could not agree more.  Same is true for Calendar and Reminders.  Both of which have awesome possibilities but are unreliable and inconsistent.
Kind of interesting to, once again, see the analysts be wrong...and still retain their jobs as analysts. Maybe that tells us something about the value of the news services in general.
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