Yeah, wish I'd held off on iOS 9, but I wasn't paying attention and didn't realize it would disable Notes syncing with Yosemite. Crossing my fingers that El Cap won't screw up my current Notes content on iPad and iPhone.
What ticks me off at the moment is that syncing Notes with Mac in iOS 9 has become temporarily inoperative until September 30, when OS X El Capitan is released. Here's a short-term workaround:
Had I known, I would have held off updating to iOS 9 until El Capitan is released. Apple doesn't seem to have made an effort to forewarn its users.
Predictions: Samsung lawyers will almost certainly try to file an appeal to the Supreme Court, constructing some flimsy and far-fetched constitutional argument. The Supreme Court justices in due course will utter a loud belch by declining to hear the case, in effect kicking Samsung's lawyers into oblivion and off the court's front steps. Done and done.
It's reminiscent of the people who 10 years ago concocted the legal arguments for waterboarding and rendition. This latest assault on constitutional privacy protection is by trying to crminalize even those who try to advance that privacy protection. This is not simply a theory that supports government overreach. It's the behavior of despots and authoritarians.
I think you and I both had issues at the time a couple years ago, when an upgrade to Apple's Music app slowed sharing from different Macs to a crawl. The problem persisted for several months until Apple got around to fixing it. Even so, it's pretty sluggish at this late date. Content-wise, StreamToMe saved our bacon back then, so it looks like it's coming to our rescue a second time. So there's a lesson twice-learned: Don't put all our confidence in the way Apple...
You may want to check out the StreamToMe app for iPhones and iPads in the App Store. It handles lots of different formats.http://zqueue.com/streamtome/support/features.html#formatIt's dirt cheap and I've been using it for years, accessing my libraries on WiFi both at home and while traveling and also using 4G LTE. Pay once for the StreamToMe app and use it on all your devices when you Install the free ServeToMe app for Mac or Windows. It has AirPlay capability so you can...