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Kuyangkoh said:I wonder if the attorney in this case uses Apple products, hmmmm. Thick skins
JayWY said:Let's be real here - we have iPhones mostly to make and receive calls. That essential use is ruined by endless spam calls offering to renew car warranty insurance or the latest scam of the day.
Personally, I hate unions, because I was unable to fire a low-performing individual at my previous job. (She knows who she is!)
That said, I back union organizing efforts 100 percent. If you want a functioning middle class in this country, you NEED unions to force corporations to pay middle-class wages. You know how middle-class families got by with stay-at-home moms in the 1950s and 1960s? It's because most jobs paid enough money for a family to afford a decent house, to put food on the table, and pay for medical bills. If the federal minimum wage had kept pace with inflation, it would be over $20 today. If the minimum wage had kept pace with productivity, it would be closer to $30/hour. That's it's been stuck at $7.25 for decades is a testament to the anti-labor sentiment that corporations have bought and paid for.
Unions aren't perfect. I know that as someone who managed an office of union workers. But they're the least terrible way for the average worker — the average America — to stand up against corporate greed. And yes, I'm including Apple in that list, along with other so-called worker-friendly companies like Starbucks and Trader Joe's. Shame on them all.
OutdoorAppDeveloper said:69 cars had 6 collisions? That's not good.
Perhaps Apple should focus on the user interface and leave the self driving part up to the experts? Partner with NVIDIA who seems to have a really good system in development and is open to working with other companies.
Meanwhile, how does one get to have the job of a "test driver"? Where do I sign up?!
verne arase said:AppleInsider said:Most importantly, check that every one of the apps you depend on is confirmed as compatible with macOS Monterey. Most will be, but some developers will wait until the official release before completing their own updates.
Even if a small utility you use twice a year isn't working with Monterey, though, it's a pain, and means you should stay on Big Sur.
There seems to have been a transition here that I hadn't detected.
So... which is it?