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I still do not understand why they do not implement the most obvious "security feature". I fear physically losing my iPhone much more than I fear having my data on it compromised.  I think the watch should notify you whenever it is disconnected from the iPhone. This would prevent me leaving it behind somewhere.   Am very pleased with my Watch and can see a great future for it. Just don't understand why this simple feature is not currently part of its present or its future.
This is a bit fiddly but I think it needs to be and I also think it needs to be a bit more fiddly.  I certainly have learned quite quickly how to set this up and have spent much of the week working on identifying the apps that have info I want to glance and sorting them properly on the watch.   My impression is that some apps developers have worked out how to use the glance feature and others have not (no surprise the NYT is the in the latter category in my view). I also...
This is perfect. Just the time when I get into work in London (8.0am). To answer one post I had no trouble ordering the first iPad on my iPhone from Bristol airport at 6.0am when orders had just gone live but when ordering the iPhone 4S when the site went live in the late evening UK time there were delays with the website and I recall only ordering the phone the next morning
Having jHaving just started to use Health app, and having decided I want a watch this is exactly what I want to know. How does the watche's fitness tracking capability interact with Health. My guess will be not very well in v1 but better over time.
Hello all   I have a NetGear Wifi box (from 2007 so probably a g protocol only)  and recenly purchased an Airplay Speaker (Pure).  I have found that the speaker drops connection frequently and I am wondering whether I should seek to fix this by buying an Airport Extreme.  What are the chances that the Airport Extreme will work better than the NetGear when operating AirPlay because it is Apple hardware. I imagine fairly remote but thought I would ask.  I notice that...
I have always wanted exactly what websites people who have flash enabled phones are visiting. When I got an iPhone in 2008 perhaps 5% of websites I visited had flash, when i got an iPad in 2010 it was 1% and now I can't remember the last time I came across a website which required flash. Just what are they looking at? May be it is because I don't play web based games.
I am now fairly confident that Facebook will soon be on the way out. It feels very out dated and is mostly playing catch up with smarter rivals than genuinely innovating.  They may be smart enough to pull something out of th bag and sustain themselves over the long haul but for the moment I see it as the Yahoo of the future: used a lot and profitable but on a slow course to being history.   I am very excited by the Maps and the Siri enhancements, although being UK...
This would be business income and so taxable.\
There are still too many of us toiling away with Lotus Notes: Outlook may be bad but it is not as bad as Notes!
The suggestion on this thread is Ballmer and other top management at MSFT would need to leave before it can turn itself around. I would tend to disagree: good leaders rarely make bad companies good and bad leaders rarely make good companies bad. In my view organisational cultures are the primary internal reason for success or failure at companies and the world of business is littered with leaders who were unable to change the culture of organisations as large as...
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