No need to be a prick, accidents happen to everyone. I don't use the Stocks app, so I don't see why I should subsidise the development of apps for city boys*. * I actually use a different stocks app, but I'm making a point here.
Let me try again.
Bad people do bad things with anonymity. Bad people might also benefit from their anonymity when other not-bad people surrender their anonymity. Therefore, while anonymity is an option, it makes perfect sense for the not-bad people to utilise anonymity to protect themselves from bad people, and it is less a hypocrisy and more good sense for not-bad people to argue for anonymity to be removed, while maintaining their own anonymity so as not to...
Maybe, yeah, though if it came through the TV then you'd have a weird sort of disconnect between what you're talking to and what's responding and I think Apple would care about that aural aspect of the UI; I think the chime at least should come from the remote to show that it's active. Plus, if it didn't work then it's a bit less obvious whether it's the Apple TV or the remote that isn't working. Though that's a lesser issue, and probably solveable in other ways (mainly...
Oh really? Fair enough then. I would think if Apple did do that though, they'd want it to emit a pleasing sound, not something too harsh. Not sure how much flexibility there is with vibrating semiconductor diodes.
I'm mostly on your side, as I think a phone's speakers are best used for ringtones and notification tones and nothing else, but I think you're overstating it a little bit. The HTC One speakers are pretty well reviewed, and managed to have noticeable stereo:
EDIT: Posted before I saw the most recent reply.