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  • Compared: Apple 2022 iPhone SE vs Google Pixel 6a

    gatorguy said:
    rob53 said:
    Can the Google phone work with Apple Photos seamlessly? And will I have to use Google photos along with Google Mail, Google Calendar and Google Chrome? 

    Not in a hundred years.
    I'm pretty sure if Apple wanted to make things more convenient for dual platform smartphone owners and develop Play Store apps to enable using those services Google would welcome it just as they have other Apple apps. You should suggest it. More voices mean more likelihood it happens.  
    I would never suggest this because I detest everything made and operated by Google. My opinion and everyone else can have theirs. 
    williamlondon
  • Compared: Apple 2022 iPhone SE vs Google Pixel 6a

    Can the Google phone work with Apple Photos seamlessly? And will I have to use Google photos along with Google Mail, Google Calendar and Google Chrome? 

    Not in a hundred years.
    cornchip
  • Disney+ to hike prices, introduce ad-supported tier in December

    Ad supported—not the reason I’m streaming. I’m tired of all the stupid ads on YouTube and like being able to watch TV shows and movies without constantly being interrupted. If Disney actually provided more and better content I’d pay the increased price, otherwise I’ll probably drop it. 
    mattinozzeus423pslicescstrrfOferpscooter63watto_cobra
  • Compared: 16-inch MacBook Pro versus MSI Creator Z17

    Capabilities of a windows PC means nothing for a Mac user.
    watto_cobra
  • Parallels Desktop 18 improves Windows app support & gaming on Apple Silicon

    Paul_B said:
    netrox said:
    That's pretty impressive! 

    It would be nice if Parallels develop a virtual x86 environment although I imagine it's pretty challenging. 



    Why not simply by a Windows machine that runs natively, they are very affordable. I've never understood Parallels, the software is as expensive as of a Windows machine.  Or learn how to use the MacOS - it's very capable.
    If you only spend $150 on a PC, you get what you deserve and don't understand why having the ability to run multiple operating systems on one device is something many people really like for a variety of reasons. I have run VMWare Fusion for a couple decades and am running Parallels now because VMWare keeps getting sold to different companies and Mac support isn't that great. I use Parallels to support Windows-using family members along with running marine software that hasn't been ported to macOS. 
    dewmescstrrfkdupuis77muthuk_vanalingamwatto_cobra