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But have you seen the price of the subscription?
10-day retention $100 per year for a single cam
Additional cameras $50 per year
30-day retention $300 per year for a single cam
Additional cameras $150 per year
If you have two homes in your Nest Account, the first Nest Aware subscription purchased for a camera in each home will be full price.
For just 2 cameras in a house if you want 30-day retention that is an eye-watering $450 per year subscription...they should be giving the cameras away at that rate!
By way of comparison Canary offers 30-day subscription for $99 per year for a single device or $149 for up to 3 devices and $49 per each additional device.
digitol said:If you care at all about Apple write them, send feedback at Apple.com/feedback. Let them know what you want, what they are missing, what updates they need to push. Together we may be able to avoid digital climate change..a la the "digital dark ages".
Don't forget they know what you want before you do!
tzeshan said:Since Android market share is over 85%, iOS market share is less than 15%. So in the long term Google will make five times more from Android App Store than Apple earn from App Store. May be Google is already making at least twice more than Apple?
avon b7 said:You do realise that a UK teleco has just signed a £2 billion contract with Huawei and most UK players are proceeding with Huawei 5G trials.
Germany has gone on record as saying no evidence has been provided. The Czechs have overruled the ban.
This is from the horse's mouth on what is happening and why:
Using Siri to find Halfords in Stratford led me down a road where I could see it across someone’s back garden and down a steep embankment.
Trying to find a McDonald’s in Coventry led me to a housing estate. Not the first time it has done this.
Given up using Apple Maps in Europe as Google Maps is so much more precise, informative and can actually find the places I am looking for.
Interested to know where it works for you?
andyshannon3 said:My favorite thing is going into a store and paying with my samsung gear S3, and having the cashier go "oh we dont do the apple pay thing" and then it goes BEEEP, and a receipt spits out and they are like huh??? Samsung pays works EVERYWHERE, so amazing to not have to carry a wallet ever or worry about whether a place accepts samsung pay or not. I am sure apple will get there eventually, in a few years......
Apple Pay 36%
MasterCard PayPass 25%
Android Pay 24%
Visa Checkout 20%
*Samsung Pay 18%*
Chase Pay 11%
...didn't you understand?
I am sure samsung will get there eventually, in a few years......
iOS_Guy80 said:My Hue products simply Work. Out of the box, set up, creating scenes, interacting with other hardware and apps, it just Works. Great customer support. Did I say It Just Works?
anantksundaram said:The article says “Chiefly because other countries were already moving to contactless payments, it's more common that Apple Pay just works there.”
I’d like to know who these countries are. I travel to Paris a lot. ApplePay almost never works, despite the fact that there are NFC-enabled POS terminals everywhere. It doesn’t work in my travels (admittedly less frequent) to India, the Netherlands or the U.K.
ApplePay underachieves globally relative to potential. Period.
In many places there is also no £30 contactless limit and I can fill up with fuel at any Shell garage, pay for shopping in Waitrose & Aldi for example although not Tesco last time I tried although they do accept up to £30.
I also travel extensively across Europe and I can’t remember the last time I had an issue with Apple Pay apart from where they place some of the RFID readers on the terminal hard up against a counter or merchandise and I have to twist my wrist to some acute angle just to get close enough to the thing for it to register.
Many vendors are still shocked when I pay with my Watch or don’t know the £30 contactless limit doesn’t apply to Apple Pay!
The simple fact that Apple Pay often doesn’t have a transaction limit tells me all I need to know about security compared to even well established card payments.
That and the fact that it is not possible for a fraudster to skim the card while it is in a pocket only adds to my peace of mind when it comes to Apple Pay.