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it also monitors an inbox folder for new video files you are downloading. And it supports a server setup and will move video files across the network.
I have been running it for years on my media server and still love it!
AppleExposed said:rogifan_new said:AppleExposed said:Don't bite the Apple that feeds you.
This may be an early move is desperation due to Apples coming service.
I hope Apples service dominates like everything else Apple does. Couldn't care if Netflix became the next Nokia.
Do you think Walmart does not deserve a cut of everything they offer?
If I were Apple I'd kick them off my platform.
redraider11 said:This is typical behavior of socialists. They feel like they deserve something so they sic the government on people and companies to force them at gunpoint to pay more in taxes or follow certain laws to create in their minds an "even" playing field rather than compete
Your grasp on socialism deserves the most ignorant post of the day award. Let me guess. American?
EsquireCats said:ktappe said:Why would this require Siri? It's simply referencing the incoming # against a database. It's extremely straightforward from an engineering perspective.
This new feature likely takes that existing iOS 12 capability and provides it with the skill to automatically reject unfamiliar numbers/facetimes. There is an expectation that the feature does a little more to thwart spam calls, since Apple would be able to gather a statistical model of spoofed phone numbers.
So of course it has happened before and it has happened for decades.
So you give examples of perverts that are not related to the transgender community to defend your point? Are you really that naive to think that a non-enforceable law will prevent perverts from peeping? Perverts and criminals do what they do, regardless of any laws. Therefore, law enforcement should focus on keeping those perverts out of the streets and in jail.
But zooming in on just transgenders is just plain wrong as it won't prevent the examples you refer to because it has NOTHING to do with it.Maybe don’t do wrong instead? Then there wouldn’t be stigma
What are you talking about? Do you even know what transgender means?Because mental illness elicits a subconscious reaction in people’s minds as a defense mechanism to preserve the safety and security of the social in-group. You see the same thing with people who interact with sociopaths and sufferers of NPD. Oh, they can fake it, usually, but people are shown to be subconsciously put on edge around them. It’s the brain telling you “There’s something wrong here, and I can’t quite put my lobe on it, but be careful around this person.”
Why do you drag sociopaths and NPD into this discussion? One has nothing to do with the other.
Transgender people don't cause harm to other people, there is no crime committed, you don't have to be careful around them. So there shouldn't be an in-group. It's not us versus them. And the whole point of modern society is not to listen to that subconscious reaction (or worse, act on it) because it's a result of ignorance. If society deems something normal, that subconscious reaction will soon fade. The same as it does with race, colour, sexual orientation, disabilities, and everything else that makes us unique. It takes all kinds to create a world.Just like the law against murder is the cause of murder.
With the big difference NO crime has been committed. Being a transgender is not a crime. Being a pervert and peeping in restrooms is.
You're missing the point that a post-operation transgender, who completely switched gender, will now have to go back to the restrooms of their old gender, they and society do NOT identify with. Why would prefer a transgender man in the women's bathroom? It's just absurd.
That bill is wrong because it divides instead of unites. Good for Apple and 67 other companies on realising that.
Why Apple thinks Siri is already great and ready for this kind of expansion is beyond me. With the iOS 10 update I decided to use it again and it just doesn't work.
While Siri understands me better than before, it fails to correctly interpret my commands. I now switched to the Dutch version and it's even more stupid than I remember. Creating reminders or appointments, asking driving directions, playing a song, ... it just doesn't work. You ask for one thing and it does something completely different and unrelated. it's even a mystery on why it would do a particular thing based on what I asked.
I have difficulty with the battery remark. "Instead of recharging mid day you can now use the battery until the evening?" Come on: previous models also claimed full day battery life. So, that was a lie?
i have the 6S and just like many people I know, battery life is horrible. I'm not buying it. iPhones are too thin and batteries too small.