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This basically invalidates anything Consumer Reports does, test, or publishes in the future. Possibly in the past too. They knowingly changed settings that would not reflect an actual user's configuration, and deceitfully posted fraudulent results.
If that's how they operate I have no interest in any other opinion they have to offer on any product.
Years ago, to take care of a bully, a group of non-bullies would get together and beat the ever loving shit out of the bully. And the problem went away.
Today, the blame is place on everything and anything except where it belongs...the bully.
They hold hour long assemblies in school on bullying, playing up nothing but victim suffering.
Victim culture is a disease.
Not sure why anyone would want to revert to the previously redundant functionality. This button was intended for this App from the beginning, it just didn't exist yet.
Just like the remotes for gen 2 & gen 3 AppleTV, holding down the Menu button takes you Home from anywhere. There is no reason to have another single press button just for that.huffcw said:MAU47 said:I haven't had the chance to play with it yet but it was my understanding that single sign on and the TV app work together but independently. So if I am signed into the apps on the Apple TV regardless of if I used SSO or not it will still pull in suggestions etc. Is that not the case?
My biggest confusion with the new TV app is it not supporting HBO Go even though it does support HBO Now. Makes no sense.
You can find out more here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207254
And, also, agreed on TV App confusion. While its obviously not Apple's fault, (if it were up to them, every App would be compatible day 1), it is still their product and its completely half-baked at this time, much like Single Sign-On.
This right here is proof that serious companies (including Apple) should have multiple Cloud providers.
If Amazon is down? Well you have a backup.
Hope more corps realize this and start diversifying away from Amazon cloudkarmadave said:ChampionPower said:Why doesn't Apple host all its own business on its own servers!
I mean if Apple throws Billions into cloud, would they not have a cloud just as good as Amazon?
canukstorm said:how about also including an "eraser" at the end of the Pencilslurpy said:appleric said:It's about time. I'm honestly confused why it takes Apple so long to provide the obvious in their innovative technology. Like adding a slot to hold the Pencil in their iPad Pro 12in Smart Cover with Keyboard, for example Some very obvious small enhancements makes a huge difference when comping to competition.
The Apple Pencil uses the same precision tip for erasing as it does for drawing. Hello digital.
It just doesn't stand up to logic. These restrictions are in place for a reason. And no, the modicum of repair revenue that Apple sees is not it. It's about quality control.
I know of plenty of "repair shops" that I would never take an actual iOS device to. Regardless of whether they have access to OEM parts.
I'm glad they went with the slightly thicker case in order to drop the price.