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Exactly.
Isn't this the exact approach they used for Google Music initially? There were rumors of what became iTunes Match. Then, all of a sudden Google had the exact offering they though Apple was going to release, have it away "free" at first, THEN asked the record companies permission?
Eighteen months left on my lease. Lately have been getting Honda Pilots, but looking at the Ford Explorer next time around. Looks like by the 2016 models I should be good and this feature will have had significant "tire kicking" by then.
Few things. 1. If you were watching her take the selfie above? She never stopped that long. Not sure an iPhone, or even the 41 megapixel Lumia, would have taken a better picture. 2. Samsung got exactly what they paid for. Millions of eyes on all it's new products. You might say they reached an over saturation point. It was beginning to get sickening. To the point I joked I was going to put some electrical tape over the Samsung name on my tv. 3. No one outside of tech blogs...
I give you all that. But what data are they really going to get? That I accessed a speed test on a given cell tower? That's all they get.
Isn't one of the chief complaints of iOS the lack of cross-app data sharing? Yet because the FCC name is on this, everyone is assuming they, somehow, got around Apples policies?The Jerry Fletcher types amuse me. Is our government a bunch of criminal geniuses? Or a bunch of ignorant buffoons? The same people tend to, beyond all logic, believe both.
Not storage space, like flash does on macs. How much bandwidth it will take.Look, I am not big on conspiracy, and iOS is sandboxed, and that is enough for me. I am sure that this app will be ripped apart far more completely be third parties/"hacktivists" than any other app.
I am not sure where people get their info sometimes. It is pulling the files right from iTunes. It is your iTunes in the iCloud file it is pulling. Just another wrapper for it that enables things like the bonus features.For example, I bought Frozen from iTunes yesterday. Before this app, I would have to watch "Get a Horse" in iTunes. Now I can (and did) launch this app, go to Frozen, and watch the bonus features, including Get a Horse. If you have a lot of Pixar movies,...
Ha! Same here.
I must be one of those "tiny few weirdos" that enjoys technology.This app goes beyond telcos, including DSL and cable and fiber providers, and with my limited usage of the app so far? It is pretty nice. In fact, the setup has a place to put a monthly cap in the amount of data it uses. And suggests 100 MB. Then gives you a warning any time you run it after that cap is hit.
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