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justadcomics said:"Senators, we found two names on the iPhone that relate to the case: Jack and Schitt."
Mike Wuerthele said:gatorguy said:Not specifically mentioned in AI's article:
Apple’s iMessage has this problem and it’s just as bad, if not worse. Your SMS.db is stored in an iCloud backup, but copies of it also exist on your iPad, your desktop, and anywhere else you receive iMessages. Deleted content also suffers the same fate."iMessage does not.
Why is it the deeper I dig, the the more the "privacy" claims by Apple tends to resemble a house of sticks?
thewhitefalcon said:These rants get more nonsensical and pathetic every time one is posted. The app boom is over, just as surely as the Wii shovelware train eventually came to an end. There's simply too much garbage in the Store now, and Apple won't do the needed purging. Will there be the occasional hit? Sure, but not like the old days.
I mean, this entire rant contradicts itself multiple times.
For Enterprise, most either leverage and mod existing apps or develop their own apps. Two I consult for and one I directly work for all have a company app store.
For bots - I can see this growing however will it follow the app evolutionary path? I see more of the Instant App feature being the future.
hudsonb said:Apple should stay out of politics... Supporting a crooked woman and her philandering husband is nauseating.
macxpress said:hudsonb said:Apple should stay out of politics... Supporting a crooked woman and her philandering husband is nauseating.
Apple isn't in politics. It didn't say Apple is holding a Clinton fundraising even...it said Tim Cook was. Tim is welcomed to do what he wants with this spare time just like you and I. I don't think you actually read the article, but rather just the headline and posted.
The terms are swappable.