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This is a transcript of two "conversations" with Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs: so your (sic) wanting to see your monthly statements correct?
Me: No. I want to download a report with the transactions listed.
Goldman Sachs: At this time the only way to view your statements is in your Wallet. Downloading is not supported at this time.
Me: That needs to fixed. Cannot analyze transactions without downloading a report. Especially entering the data in Quicken.
Goldman Sachs: I can get your feedback over to my team for review. I do apologize about the inconvenience.
Me: Cannot set up an account in Quicken for the Apple credit card
Goldman Sachs: I do apologize , but at this moment we do not support Quicken.
Me: That is unfortunate. We use Quicken to track our credit card and cash transactions.
Goldman Sachs: I understand your frustration, but I will get with my team and hopefully we will support in the future.
Me: Thank you. That is a major oversight.
Bottom line: The Apple credit card is pretty useless insofar as using its data.
On iPhones, the 1X camera is not a "normal" lens. The 2X camera is not a "telephoto" lens. Why? In 35mm terms, a "normal" lens is 44 mm. That is the diagonal of a 24mm x 36mm frame. (See Pythagoras). The 1X lens on an iPhone is 26mm. Hardly "normal." It is a wide angle lens. The 2X lens is 52mm. Slightly telephoto. Try this experiment. Shoot a subject with both 1X and 2X. The 1X photo will appear distorted. The 2X photo is closer to normal. I only use the 1X lens for landscapes or if I can't get back far enough to get in all of the people in a group.
Ever wonder how many developers "make a living" writing apps? By that I mean over $100K /year net income. Probably about as many actors who "make a living" in the Screen Actors Guild.