Not marked as an Editorial, despite the snark being more prominent than the actual reporting? Come on Dan, it's possible to relate news without injecting the same old bashing of anything that isn't Apple.
I've been using it a bit, but tbh I prefer the simplicity of an RSS reader, most of the things I read are just text any way, so the rich media stuff is more annoying than nice. AppleNews seems a bit chaotic and unclear how to navigate, a bit like AppleMusic in some regards, though maybe I just haven't gotten used to it yet.
I haven't noticed any ads while using it, are those supposed to come in later, or have I just lucky with the articles I read?
Nice burn there. DED's over sensitivity and defensiveness is straying into posts where he isn't even being criticised.
Though ftr, I wasn't saying I'd get another Siri Remote for multiplayer gaming, just wondering why there's the limitation. Plus, if games are going to be built for the Siri Remote, they might actually be better using it than using the SteelSeries controller, or using an iOS device. Options are never unwelcome.
I'm sure we do, but (again) I fail to see how this redundant legal talk has anything to do with the Apple TV and thrang's set up. Or your claim that someone who rips media for their own personal use is a believer in anarchy, which was weird.
Precisely, so why are people talking about anarchy and illegality as if it's a major issue for thrang to put all of his digital media on a server? It 's a niche use case for sure, focus on that, not legal nonsense.