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jbdragon said:Couldn't people do the same type of things using Apple's iMessage? Seems kind of dumb to me.
iMessages might be encrypted but its by no means private.
Have you ever synched iMessages to a desktop and was later surprised to find old messages on a Mac that you had deleted from your phone?
Have you ever poked around your disk with something like Disk Inventory to find a cache of old pictures you had sent with iMessages?
DavidAlGregory said:I guess if “Jony” designed a house it would not have a bathroom because he knew there was a better way- going in the yard like your cat.
A Jony guitar probably would not have strings.
Remember when Steve strong-armed AT&T into improving their processes so that activating/using an iPhone on their network wouldn't be such a joke? Same needs to be done for Apple Watch. Remember the backlash when people got their first iPhone bills - massive printouts itemizing every last kilobyte of data access? AT&T hasn't learned - getting an Apple Watch ON AT&T was a nightmare, getting an Apple watch OFF AT&T was a nightmare, getting my first bill was a nightmare. Hours and hours dealing with incompetent people using incompetent processes to activate, de-activate and correct billing mistakes.