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fruitstandninja said:Last paragraph is confusing. I think first sentence should read “Unless you’re *not...” I know it’s a quote so forgive me if I’m wrong.
They’re saying the speaker sounds great, but it’s hard to recommend unless you plan on using AirPlay from another Apple device or Apple Music directly on it.
king editor the grate said:Buh, is Series 0 incompatible only because processor can't keep up? Or does it monitor heart differently from later models?
lolliver said:I have set up a few shortcuts that are really helpful but there are still some things Siri can do that I haven’t been able to incorporate into shortcuts.Siri is able to open apps on my TV however I can’t get her to do that as part of a shortcut except for the TV app.I have a shortcut that turns on my TV, dims the lights and launches the remote app on my phone. I wish I could also get the shortcut to open Netflix or the NHL app on the TV. I can ask Siri to do that in a second command.The shortcuts app really should have a simple way to include any of Siri’s exisiting functionality.
lmac said:I have an 8 core 2.8 Ghz Xeon processor Mac Pro with 32 GB RAM, but Apple says I can't run 10.12, so I can't run any of the current versions of iWork apps.
hodar said:melgross said:wood1208 said:More interested in Apple design built GPU. 7nm to 5nm depends on TSMC or anyone's ability to build 5nm chip fabrication facility and produce chips at sufficient yield.
so I’m skeptical right now. I’ll believe it when I see it, as they say.
There's BEUV (Beyond Extreme UV) that would come next. But yeah physics makes it challenging.
melgross said:eightzero said:I call bullshit on "better sound." It's digital. 1s and 0s going down that wire.
so, digital to an on headphone amp is the best we can hope for in the present.
I know German car companies charge for each and every option, and no one buys the base model. The only thing that comes free is the air inside the cabin. But seriously, CarPlay is not even their own software they make. I never understood how they charged any fee at all to enable it, and then they changed it to become a subscription! I used to drool after BMWs, but no longer. Now I'm just sad to see them dragging their feet in modernizing their cars. This goes along with their EV options. The i3 was ok for its time, but then we've just been seeing a press release every few months for something coming up.
PabloTresUnoSeis said:Updates to add to features to iOS first party apps shouldn’t be tied to major releases. They should be treating these apps individually with teams dedicated to it where they can add features, release fix for issues, at anytime when ready and not tie the release to iOS itself.