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rob53 said:AppleExposed said:rob53 said:Not sure how old Apple Maps is for this area of Vancouver, BC, but there's no new building going on at this address unless that address is a general location. It's in the heart of the Vancouver business district, near BC Place (CFL, MLS, rugby) and where the cruise ships sail to Alaska.
The building is super new. When I look up images of it, I only get concept art. The picture in this article may also be concept art.
My point: It may not even exist yet.
Re-read the article and it states:
"set to be completed in the spring of 2020"appleric said:Beautiful design! Not sure why they wrote "supposedly inspired by a Japanese paper lantern" without giving a reference as to why it's "supposedly"
I live in Vancouver within a short walk to the site of 400 W Georgia and I can definitively confirm that they began excavating the site about a year ago. The last time I passed the site a few weeks ago I believe work to complete the sub floors was completed and the work on upper floors has begun so the target for sometime in 2020 is probably pretty accurate. I’ll try to snap a picture for you if I’m around the site on the weekend.
uk nino said:I have an iphone 6 I bought in Switzerland, with the latest version of iOS. Currently I live in the UK and I have an account with the bank Lloyds and Visa from this bank. But I can not use Apple Pay. I went into an Apple Center, and I was told I had to buy an iPhone in UK for it to work !! Why ??
mcbanjo said:My mate works for ANZ and he says it's an exclusive arrangement for 6 months.
a) Employees aren't entrusted with privileged business information unless they're on the Board of directors and
b) Banks don't get exclusive arrangements that deliberately exclude other institutions unless they want to get slapped with an anti-competition lawsuit.
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong... :-)
I live in British Columbia where the story about Mrs. Bush was covered. In our local news it's pretty obvious that she relied on her late husband to manage their shared technology needs. It's an innocent case where he took the password to his grave due to her lack of techno-literacy not realizing it existed. Her husband might have recorded the password but most likely she had no idea where he did so and his kids seem unaware as well. It's surprising these days in a world where many baby boomers rely on their children and grandchildren to help them manage their technology. I'm one of those Millennials.