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Just wondering if anyone is seeing the same issues as me. I had some Banktivity documents with the extension bank7 that went to Zero bytes stored in a subfolder in my Documents folder that is mirrored on iCloud. When I go to recover, there is there are no backup files.
Disappointed that iCloud support is an email only without any place to actually put your problem in.
"The investigation has been completed. The cause is undetermined at this time; however, the origin is believed to be on the kitchen floor in the area of electrical appliances. There is no indication of criminal activity."
So how much more investigation was done and who made the determination that the fire was due to an iPad?
bbdroid said:And even though the 680,000 number is small compared to Spotify's overall paid subscription base, it is by no means insignificant.
macgui said:I have one phone on my account. Can I add another for $10? Ok, throw in a one-time activation fee, but is an additional phone for $10?
It's a separate 'line', as in a separate number, and it can be used to make a call while my other phone is in use. I can't do any of that with the Watch. Along with everybody else who didn't suggest otherwise, I don't want a separate number for the Watch.macgui said:It's not very much different than when Ma Bell charged us additional fee for having an extension phone that we paid for and not a rental from Ma. Without a functional ringer they would never know there was an extension, such was the impact on their infrastructure. It took a very long time for that to change and it wasn't because Ma relented. Also with landlines, beyond our monthly service we only paid/pay for calls we made/make, not calls we receive(d).
macxpress said:coolfactor said:macxpress said:While thats nice....I still think its pure BS for carriers to charge for a watch to be added to the plan. Its the same line, not a different phone number. For this reason alone I will not get an LTE Apple Watch. I already pay out the wazooo for my cell phone...I don't appreciate being nickel and dime'd by these greedy carriers.
Every device added to a network consumes resources. If one person has: (1) one phone, (2) one tablet, and (3) one watch... that's 3 device slots occupied for that one user. It has an impact on the network's ability to accommodate more users, thus impacting the carrier's profit potential. So it makes sense that the carrier charge a small fee for the additional devices.