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“iPhone owners must use a nano-SIM for their primary line…”
My hope was that I could move my primary line to the eSIM “slot” (since that won’t be changing), so that I could use the physical SIM slot for prepaid SIMs when I travel. Having it the other way around is pretty inconvenient. Or maybe there’s something I’m not getting. Shouldn’t the physical slot be the one that travelers would keep open?
I hope this makes using Apple Pay easier. I always freak out at the checkout line, forgetting how to bring it up, taking a bunch of photos, knocking stuff over, punching at least one person, and I end up having to turn the phone on and going into the Wallet app like a senior citizen. I just can’t get Apple Pay to work like it does in the videos. I still don’t know.
For the record, I’m super-lazy, and mainly use my phone for GPS and Holedown. I’m on the upgrade program, so I’m in line for a new phone yearly, so like I said, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. Now, if I were having problems with my iPad, I’d be in the Apple Store the next day. I use the iPad more than any other single Apple product.
I’ve never been forced to use Word before, but in the old days I used Nisus Writer. Still, I’d never attempt to write a novel using a word processor any more than I’d use BBEdit for UI design. Scrivener is for novels (and other long form written works) the way Sketch is for UI, and it’s easily one of my favorite apps. I’ve only written two novels in Scrivener (so far), but I’d never fall back to a generic word processor for something complex and structured.