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Just worked on my 4s. Enter the number you want to call then repeatedly hit the green call button. After 10 clicks or so it freezes and resets. During the reset the call is connected.You can't dial any additional numbers after it's connected and to Hangup you need a pass code or you have to turn the phone off.
The nano is not super cheap. You can go to any electronics store sand by a small MP3 player for under $10. The nano is simple & small. It does cost a lot less than the touch, but it is moderately priced as an MP3 player.
There has always been a Netflix App on Apple TV. That logic makes no sense.
HBO Made the same change a couple of months before their Apple TV App came out.
Not sure what your link has to do with the post you responded to. I will point out that that story was based on speculation (and blatant market manipulation) and has been contradicted since CT released their rate card...
Lack of transparency about pre-order numbers? Do they ever downgrade every other phone manufacturer in the world for the same thing? It is hard to imagine analysts can get more ridiculous, but I bet they can.
That makes a lot more sense. If I have to redo my fingerprints every time I fly (and follow the rules), I will stop using it the first week I own the phone.
Maybe if people did not make ridiculous claims like "dangerous to users" people would be more open to discussing every tiny little issue that comes out.
Maybe Eddie is going to MS
Nothing in the article indicates it was done without permissions. All they did was execute code that was not in the original app.The story is a lot more hype than substance. I imagine the user did give permission to access contacts, post tweets, etc. the problem is they did it with unreviewed code, not that they did it without permission.
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