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jbdragon said:Couldn't people do the same type of things using Apple's iMessage? Seems kind of dumb to me.
iMessages might be encrypted but its by no means private.
Have you ever synched iMessages to a desktop and was later surprised to find old messages on a Mac that you had deleted from your phone?
Have you ever poked around your disk with something like Disk Inventory to find a cache of old pictures you had sent with iMessages?
lkrupp said:goodbyeranch said:Trust gone. Goodwill revoked. Wallet less loose.
james john said:Is this even a surprise? Apple updates are all junk now. They can't do anything right. They are however very good at bricking your apple products. Apple used to be good. Those days are gone, along with Steve Jobs. Now it's just garbage in, garbage out.
Jobs recognized the following: 1) Most of whats on TV is garbage. 2) Television sets are a commodity 3) Cable TV companies have a tight grip on programming and distribution (and now content and mobile service via mega mergers). Since Apple TV was released this has slowly evolved. Apple's forthcoming programming will advance things a bit. Its been such a slow, long process.
It's ok if you've never heard of him. The entertainment industry is full of talented, award-winning folks across many genres who appeal to different audiences. Many of whom I've never heard of either.
AJ MAC25 said:Maybe I am just old, but for me, the magic of Apple died with Steve.
GeorgeBMac said:While these are great to personalize your AirPods, a disadvantage is the loss of the cool factor: Part of the appeal of AirPods is their distinctive white color (including the case) shows they are real, Apple AirPods, not some cheap knock-off.
d_2 said:Wishful thinking ... the stacked Apple graphic is a hint of Mac modularity