If it ain't broke why fix it?
People hold on to their old iPads, why get a new one when the old one still works?
I've got two, a 64GB retina and a 16GB Air 2 I was given.
I use both, the difference is negligible for how I use them.
My phone company stopped supporting an older version of their App, they contacted over 100,000 affected iOS & Android users using the old version to get them to update.
They also contacted 400 Windows phone users to tell them Windows will not be getting an updated version and to use the web instead.
Says it all, really.
Is there anything more tedious than editing music tags?
I still have a whole lot of songs at the end of my library that look like this:- 01.01.01.01.song, as a result of multiple backups dating back to the nineties.
Spotify doesn't have a whole lot of stuff e.g. AC/DC, I dumped it as soon as the 6 month premium trial I was given ended, it also stopped playing anything except via PC (Australian version) but only let you look at stuff.
Who wants to look at...
AC/DC mastered for iTunes' albums are of far better quality than what Spotify has.
During the Spotify premium subscription I was given, I noticed that all they had was reminiscent of those cheap LP's you could buy in the seventies, the one's with the fine print stating "songs not performed by the original artist".
Spotify is sh*t, as soon as the six month premium subscription I was given ran out it stopped working unless I was on a wifi network with my PC, so I deleted it. The premium worked well but not $A15 a month well, so I stick with $A3 a month match and ad free iTunes radio. More music than I can ever listen to.
There is nothing to stop you using multiple back up options, my Dropbox is annoying, I got 48GB free for two years with a Samsung Galaxy S3, when I got an S4 I got nothing extra in spite of Samsung advertising that it came with 48GB for two years, I also have Skydrive among other things. I don't use any Google services at all if I can avoid it. It's a competitive market, use whatever suits your needs.
The backup of my 128GB iPhone 6 is 2.9GB, what's everyone whining about?
I pay 5 bucks aussie a month for 200GB, I've got 80GB of photo's and videos, it's taking forever to upload them all, Photo's has been doing it for weeks.
Now to figure out how to get my wife's phone to backup to my 200GB, without all her photo's messing up my back ups, I've got two accounts, one for iTunes purchases and one for iCloud, her 64GB phone is linked to my iTunes one for iCloud with...