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sflocal said:dewme said:IMHO this is another red flag of concern about APFS reliability. The tolerance for bugs in such a critical operating system component should be as close to zero as humanly possible.
First time I've ever had a problem with an OS install by Apple. Ever. I didn't hear any problems (outside of beta) about doing clean-installs with High Sierra, but warning to others not to do it just yet. It could be a problem specific to my machine/configuration but those considering it should wait. Obviously, Apple missed the QC train here.Attempting a work-around... crossing fingers.
ihatescreennames said:AppleInsider said:However, considering CarPlay is intended to keep eyes off of the road, Apple has instituted some restrictions on how the task switcher works.
I haven't updated my phone yet but I'm looking forward to the recent apps side dock. I love having the Maps icon there (though in my experience it isn't permanent, only when navigation is in use). I guess it will be handy showing call time though I'm not sure how much that will matter to me.
My wish for CarPlay is that it would take less time to start up, but that my have something to do with the system in the car. And for us it's a very inconsistent start-up time. Sometimes it will take close to a minute for CarPlay to be ready to go and other times only about 10 seconds. If it was consistently 10 seconds (or less!) I'd be happy.
The only thing I hope for is that this class action lawsuit forces Apple to address the situation. Great for you if the issue doesn't affect you, but it does affect me, along with a lot of other people. I don't wear skinny jeans. I don't put my phone in my back pocket. I even have a case on my phone....an Apple branded iPhone case too! However, my iPhone 6+ has had this so called touch disease for about 2 months now. Shame on me for not getting Applecare. I trusted Apple a bit too much not to design a phone with an obvious design defect.