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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?
I had the next Mini (with the Retina) until recently. It worked fine browsing the web and doing basic things. But it did get laggy when trying to multitask between, say Spotify, Facebook, and iMessage texting. I wasn’t using it as much anymore so I sold it. But it still worked fine and I’m sure someone can get use out of it. I also have an old iPhone 5C. Sure it can’t run the latest OS, and it’s not super fast, but it still works fine as a backup phone.
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.
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.
As much as I don't like the sound of this, remember that driving is considered a privilege in most states (or all states?). So constitutionally, sure, you're well within your rights to refuse a breathalyzer or a textalyzer, but the state isn't required to give you a drivers license either. So yeah, you're able to refuse, but then they just automatically take away your license. It's like this in many states for DUI.