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Apple seriously need to investigate the colour orange, a good bold orange. It's a popular colour and I'm surprised it hasn't shown up on the watch or the 5C when it came out.
Although a lot of big mouth people in prime locations tend to love slating Apple, I think that Apple excel in the perceived underdog position. They try far harder than all the other companies who are just stale and stuck in their ways. If Apple became the poster child of every reporter, journalist and blogger out there, I fear it might not push so hard to be the best.   All news is either good news or advertising. I'd rather that these paid clowns were talking smack...
Apple will add it to their stores and then other people will follow. Bigger loyalty cards will follow or they'll lose out and smaller loyalty card brands will follow suit. It's just a matter of time.
It's a UK banking issue. I have read elsewhere that, after the update, ApplePay will allow any amount.The £20 to £30 increase was happening anyway and doesn't require any hardware update.
Companies want to advertise on the Apple platforms. Surely it's better that the advertising experience is controlled by Apple so you get a better experience and control. You only have to look at previous advertising over the years on other platforms, it's the only thing that kept Flash being used.
As soon as they release the 8K iMac in gold, sales will increase even further.
 You only have to look at almost all of the essential firmware updates for the PlayStation 3 or any of the previous eBay iOS app updates to see that this isn't an unusual practice.Sometimes, things just get broken in the rewrite. At least Apple are going to add it again. That's the difference.
 I would imagine that most rechargeable handheld devices use lithium Ion batteries these days, not standard rechargeable batteries. The Batteriser! Give me a break. That thing's accomplishments are based on lies, nonsense and scientific inaccuracies.https://youtu.be/4iEshd6izgk
 Nerfed - from the company NERF. To fire a safe foam projectile. It's a kids toy, it's hardly violent. From Urban Dictionary.The term "nerfing" comes from the online gaming world of Ultima Online. At one point in the game, the developers reduced the power of swords in melee combat. This resulted in players complaining that it was like they were hitting each other with nerf bats, not swords. From then on, if ever something gets made less worth while than it had been...
No one will complain because none of the middle aged white professional complainers will understand a single word he says.
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