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Point of clarification... this wasn’t a Zoom call. It was a Webex conference.
FileMakerFeller said: AppleInsider said: Google does let you download maps for offline use, which is another privacy loophole for users. I'm a little confused by this - how does downloading a map for offline use reveal personal inf…
Eric_WVGG said: This article is overlooking some very serious issues with hardware lock-in. If you want maps or directions on your Apple Watch or AirPods, it has to be Apple Maps. These use private APIs in a way that is arguably anticompetit…
So the only real major “miss” I can think of with the remote is.... Mute. Where is the mute button? Now I know that you could just simply hit pause… But seems to be one of the most basic functions of a remote. This usually just happens when I’m …
This is a tuff one for me... Even when we had the watch integration it was not as slick as the Apple Maps version. Apple Maps is very clean, slick and I love the new updates. The bottom line though is that is lags behind Google in useful features…
Honestly I am shocked at this... I am a huge Apple Fan and often say the AirPods were the best Apple product I've purchased... However, as of late I find I rarely use my AirPods or if I do I am only using 1 of the pair. My reliability has been horr…
Hey all, has anyone not been able to update to beta 4 on any devices? I have my MBP updated to 10.12.2 b4 but my Mac mini is still at beta 3 and no update will show up. Thanks!
Has anyone here been on the 10.1 Beta? I noticed that there wasn't an update for me from Beta 5 on my iPhone and on macOS.