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adm1 said:racerhomie3 said:MacPro said:If ever there were proof needed that 'Free apps' with 'in-app purchases' should be avoided this is it. The term 'trap' comes to mind.
How stupid do you think people are?
When you announce a new software feature, that does not mean that it is ready. Sometimes when developing software things arrive that were not foreseen and major structural changes need to be done. All these armchair commenters about how such and such is late have never developed software or hardware. Software at this level, near perfect up time over millions of instances is not hard, its near impossible, and the slightest hitch in the system will be laughed all over the net, I for one am pleased that when things are hard the delay them until they are ready, rather than deliver a lesser experience.
At least they have delivered, some companies announce flashy new stuff then realise that they are shooting for the moon and quietly don't ever say anything more.
macgui said:All three comments made me laugh.
But I'd really be interested in the design of the badges more than the readers.
workfunlife said:Perhaps the increase in sales is from the increases in product pricing and requiring more seperately purchased tongles for everything. An ethernet and normal usb tongle for every computer sold adds up fast
rogifan_new said:How the heck does Siri not already allow you to set multiple timers. Baffling.
80s_Apple_Guy said:While Apple is certainly the target of frivolous and ambulance chaser lawsuits, here the one issue I have is them waiting a week after they knew about the issue to shut it down and/or even notify people. Confidential information is discussed on FaceTime and not immediately taking action is not acceptable. Similar to the whole Facebook thing and how long it took them to revoke the Enterprise certification. Apple needs to react to these things in a timely fast manner if they want the trust of the customers.
That said unless people can prove they were harmed the lawsuit is a money grab for the lawyers as I'd guess 99% of the class.
knowitall said:Apple does this for €100 (or so) per year (this means your app disapears if you doesn't pay!) which is fairly costly.
If you don’t pay any apps on the App Store stay there. You can no longer upload but you can develop and install on any connected device