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crowley said:verne arase said:
Of course, when Intel gets their own fabs up to snuff, you know you'll suffer the double whammy of losing not only the business of fabricating Intel CPUs, but Intel will then try to take as many of your other customers as they can.
What's a body to do ... ?
If her allegations are true, then they're true. If they're false, then they're false. If she has evidence of Apple doing precisely what they say they do not do, then she has evidence. If she doesn't have evidence, then she doesn't have evidence.
What she did or didn't do at other companies is irrelevant to the veracity of those facts.
StrangeDays said:My state has their own app for this, accepted by law enforcement and all states alcohol outlets. The only problem is it doesn't use the iOS Wallet so you have to unlock the device and hold it out for the LEO to take a photo/scan of it on their own device (they are trained that it's a "hands off" policy and aren't supposed to ask for possession of it, which was true in the one time I got to try it when pulled over, but who knows how good about it they are). So I welcome one that uses the Wallet which can be accessed while the device remains locked.
And, as another story about the various unlocking tools points out, even a locked phone isn't necessarily safe.
Xed said:but repairing your own device will also void the warranty.