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commentzilla said: I've gone 100% USB-C and HMDI for my monitor since it's already on my MBP. But in the end, I'm don't bother to buy anything else and avoid all legacy connectors. Why bother. I do keep a small legacy hub in my to go bag for …
I love Palm CEO's take: “We've learned and struggled for a few years here figuring out how to make a decent phone,” Colligan said. “PC guys are not going to just figure this out. They're not going to just walk in.”From Day 1 Apple has been trying…
Man, they really need to hire a product designer. I would pay extra to not have those boxes on my desk. Eyesore.
The problem I'm having with this whole fiasco is Mac OS Ventura Beta was annocued may or june of 2022? So Apple just "sprang" this on you? How long did Dropbox know of these changes? I'm assuming they had time to address these issues, they just sat …
sflocal said: AniMill said: This is outrageous! The whole point of using applications like Dropbox is to offload files that bloat the internal SSD. This will definitely be a dealbreaker for any upgrades to macOS. I’m glad I read about …
How about, "We let you get away with too much for too long and you can't seem to self govern so we will do it for you and provide our users with how their information is used and the ability to opt out." Is that clear enough?
I love the look I get when I go to the Genius Bar and tell them in detail what’s wrong with my product and then they ask my email address and I drop the @mac.com....Instant geek cred.
Yes, let’s allow them to make laws about technology they don’t understand and barely use correctly. Not a year goes by that one of these imbeciles “lose” a laptop with sensitive data or accidentally tweet some social media hoe publicly.
This seems like a better solution for an iPad cover. I don't have fabric on my computers, it would be impossible to clean.
Only stupid people wonder what a guy who's been dead for 8 years would do or how he would act. The notion is tired and lame. BayHorse said: Steve J would be furious about this mess, and heads would roll.
Ah yes, I remember when we were LIED to about moving to the subscription service! Yes, this would allow them to better test new features and work on bugs in real time as issues arise. They'd use that money to build new things and fix old things. Oh!…
This idiot only comes out to bash Apple so he can peddle his mediocre book. His writing isn't very good and his insight is even worse.
" The DOJ backed down when it managed to crack the iPhone with third-party assistance." Where they spent a lot of tax payer money learning nothing. Everything on the phone was info they had.