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tmay said:cg27 said:Just as I predicted in previous article post.
But I’m sure this will turn political nonetheless.
Intel said it had been "required to ensure that its supply chain does not use any labour or source goods or services from the Xinjiang region" following restrictions imposed by "multiple governments".
AniMill said:This display was a disappointment to me. By excluding a mini-LED back light, it’s nothing more than an iMac 27” screen in a new case with good speakers at a stupid price. I’m sure the reason for the omission of mini-emission is that it would cannibalize the 6K XDR thingy. With an array like the new MacBook Pros or the freak’n iPad Pro 12.9” there’s no reason they couldn’t have included this critical element… then make an updated 6K with better back lights too.
But the good news is, there are so many options for HDR displays today, at much better price-points, that people like me can do without this under-performing product.
Apple hit a grand slam with the Mac Studio, but fouled-out with an error on the Display. Yet, they still won the game with the Mac.
red oak said:This screams anti-trust if they have any intention of making Call of Duty exclusive to Xbox and PC. Half of company’s revenue is generated on PlayStation and mobile.I don’t see the point in Microsoft buying it.
Microsoft has a horrible M&A record. It is where company’s go to die
HomeKit has been an absolute PIA this past couple weeks for me. Practically every device that’s wirelessly connected would have HomeKit “no response” errors in the home app. Native apps for all the devices can still connect fine. I’ve narrowed the issue down to devices connected wirelessly to an AP that’s wirelessly meshed (no physical cable uplink). If I reboot that device and it connects to another AP with a physical uplink it works, but if anything reconnects to the wireless AP they go offline in the Home app (but continue to work in their native apps).
Apple support is useless as they just tell me to reset my network ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, even though devices are connected to network just fine since their native apps still work.
Wish there was technical docs on how the network layer works for HomeKit so I can further troubleshoot.
Mistake by Apple. After proving that permanent work from home works over the last two years (especially for Apple), what excuse do they have to mandate employees go back to the office? The massive benefits that WFH brings to work/life balance has caught on throughout the country, employers will leverage that perk to lure talent and employees will look to companies that offer that.
I don’t understand how allowing external app stores would impact Apple’s secure image. Simply don’t install the external App Store (simple default switch that prevents external app stores from being installed), users will remain secure.The only logical reason Apple is against this is the loss of income from said external app stores.