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tallest skil said:Could anyone with a 4th gen Apple TV (or access to one without having to drive an hour) tell me if you can set timed access on it? It’s absolutely mystifying to me why every single other Apple product can be set to automatically shut off at (or after) a given time, but not the Apple TV. That’d be my only reason to get one, and I’d get one immediately if it was the case.
Why use any of these apps? Connect your iPhone via USB and open Quicktime Player. Choose "new movie recording" and then next to the record button click the disclosure arrow and choose the phone. Go to your chat app and the phone is now the selected camera. Some apps may not require the Quicktime thing but will just show a connected phone as a possible source.
mobird said:For the regulars here on AI and the drive by visitors, do you back up and what is your method?
larrystar said:It’s really sad to think that because of tax loopholes in the law the US didn’t get those billions in taxes. Shame on you Apple!
happilyretired said:Seems to me you're good updating devices until they're about 1 1/2 or maybe 2 years old. You keep updating them beyond that and the problems start creeping in. If you want the newest capabilities of the OS then after a certain point you just have to upgrade the DEVICE, not the software. Or be happy with what you have and leave it alone.
This is all well and good until the update cripples the device. Then this information trickles out into the general media and all of a sudden Apple doesn't look so shiny. At some point this results in a hit in sales/profits.