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rotateleftbyte said:The report seems to show a coordinated attempt to break into everyone's iPhone/iPad/Mac.
Surely there has to be at least one law in the USA, the land of a gazillion laws that they can be charged with?
OTOH, Apple could retaliate. Get the proof and plaster it all over social media, TV, and every other media outlet including the billboard on Times Sq. Then take all FB and Google apps out of the Apps store.
There has to come a time when Apple goes on the offensive and makes it known that they are not going to sit back and do nothing any longer.
Again (and again and again and again…)
An iOS16 Beta is a Beta only if it has a frozen feature set. A Beta with retarded features is….think 3 times….an Alpha !
Well answered. Now just keep that in mind.
And so - if the consequence is that in the Cookist’ Apple era there will be no more beta’s (as things only are finished when they are finished which they obviously never are…) there probably won’t be any more beta’s.
Just face it.
The Apple Watch is an remains a non-professional health device.
No matter how much marketing budget spent on it, the lack of interfaces to measure physical health parameters in secure and robust manners hamper the medical innovation. Then there is the (related) ongoing problem of authorization needed to become a keep player in this industry that Tim Cook fails to address properly. Instead, there is always words, words, words