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Sadly some vendors CHOOSE to remove older versions of their apps. I have some one the LBC radio app which still works on a device that has it installed but which isn’t available for download anymore and so I cannot get it onto another devise I reset.
Another anoting app CW tv when I start it the irritating app forces me over to the App Store to update it and then the App Store says the new app doesn’t support my device. This forced update basically brakes the app willing would probably otherwise work. This is made worse by the cw web site which sees I’m on an iPad and so refuses to stream video using web insists install an app.
I really have to correct the mis statement regarding mono vision. Whilst it’s true that it is one eye distance one eye near sighted it’s NOT true that it is always one particular way around, frankly it depends on circumstances. In my case I am short sighted, and then in one eye I had first a detached retina then cataract. As such I had to have a fixed focus replacement lens and decided to go mono and have that eye set for distance vision. As it happens it’s NOT my dominant eye. In a few years time when I have to have cataract surgery on the other eye as that eye didn’t have a detached retina I can have one of the better lenses that have multiple focus - you can’t use these in an eye that had a detached retina for complex reasons.
this is an advert not a review :-(
i tried these as id previously had (and lost) a pair of the mk 2. i returned them very quickly.
For me, even though i tried all the ear inserts they always sounded very thin unless i kept my finger pressing the earpiece in to my ear. the mk2 to me sounded better. they were comfortable though.
although they paired very easily i found that they did not auto connect / switch easily between my iPhone and iPad. i had to manually use the bt settings to force them to switch. i have some bose and i find the bose work a lot better if you have multiple devices.
the carry case is not as nice as the old carry case either...