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I have 6 Logitech Alert cameras saving recorded video to a $2/mo Google Drive account (for remote recorded playback and offsite storage) which is a much cheaper solution than Dropcam, which charges $10/mo/camera to playback any video. Both Dropcam and Logitech have great free apps for live video. Over time Dropcam can be more expensive than the burglary you are trying to prevent.
Given that it is several years between design and release of Apple products, the analog jack decision was likely made long ago. So there is no debate going on at Apple about it.
Does WiFi calling support incoming calls?
iphone air and iphone pro.
I recently bought home security cameras and my prior research showed that Dropcam was very easy to use but outrageously expensive given the $10/month per camera subscription required to see any recorded video. Live video is free but useless if you are robbed when you need to see recordings.   I ended up using Logitech Alert cameras that have no monthly fee and gives you access to recorded video. I save all recorded video to Google Drive ($2/mo total for 100GB) so I can...
A monthly bill for my wrist in addition to the monthly bill I am already paying for my pocket? No thanks.
They are breaking out the champagne at Samsung. Steal IP, make billions with it, then claim it's worthless. That apparently is a successful way to do business.
It businesses start using iBeacons like iSpam, people by the millions will start turning it off. Hopefully Apple has set up guidelines to discourage iSpam.
They should have taken the multi-billion dollar offers while they had the chance.
A month ago I had lunch with one of the founders of Oculus. I told him his company would be bought out by Microsoft. I never imagined Facebook would have any interest in this technology.
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