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9secondkox2 said:Password sharing is stealing.Can’t run a business giving stuff away unless you’ve got endless marketing nvwators or run on ads.A family plan where everyone gets a code to authenticate would be fine. Or just get moms code when Netflix texts hee that you’re logging in
lam92103 said:No, I paid for the FULL iPhone, I want to use the FULL iPhoneWho the heck is Apple to tell me what I can and cannot do with a device I have paid for? They should refund my money, then they can have their device back to do whatever withYou bought a device knowing full well what’s the limits were you could have bought an android phone instead
TimApple said:h2p said:I’m a long time iPhone user that just got an Android for app testing. Sorry Android is inferior. That’s not breaking any ground here. But hey, this is my actual 1st experience owning an iPhone knockoff.
Android devices are lucky if it even gets an os update after 2 years
Anyone who uses mms for photos does not have common sense whatspp/telegram/signal/messenger would work better and faster
since i looked at this yesterday i know the MUST sign up for a dongle is a mistake, it's clearly an optional extra, you can take advantage of the free sim card and not add the dongle or just click the No Data Plan option.
"Want to stay connected on the go? Add a data plan and WiFi Dongle" is what it actually says.
Fine, but it's time they up the storage limits in the highest tiers.
I'm getting close to 2 TB with my family. When I back it up to Synology NAS or something else, all the meta-data will be lost in the process. Apple does not provide an API so I can back it up externally. They are locking me in.
Also, this makes iCloud £1 more than Google's way more advanced Google Drive offering with 2TB. iCloud via the browser doesn't even have a keyword Search! Trying to find documents is a nightmare and requires you to know which folder and subfolders it is in. Apple's cloud strategy is behind competitors.
hardly locked in if you can do this
avon b7 said:I found a heavily redacted file of the case,(. pdf):
And this was part of that:
"First, Prof. McFadden investigated what app store commission rates Apple would have charged in a competitive but-for world (“BFW”). But for Apple’s anticompetitive conduct, therewould have been non-Apple iOS app stores, against which Apple’s App Store would have had to compete to sell apps and IAP to iOS device consumers; as a result, Apple would have charged lower, competitive commission rates. Prof. McFadden has determined that the BFW commission rate would have ranged from 10% to 12%. Prof. McFadden based this range on various benchmarkanalyses he performed as well as his analysis of Apple’s App Store profit margin. Byrd Decl., Ex.K, ¶ 136."
I wonder what he thinks about Apple’s EU proposals?
It is going to be interesting to eventually see what Apple is not revealing here.
Curiously, while searching for that I saw some sites saying his testimony had been rejected.
gerard said:Maybe it’s just me but I’m not looking to have my info spread across so many different entities. I find it more convenient the way the AppStore is setup now. If my children want an app, I get a message request and I approve or deny accordingly.