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  • Sports Illustrated swimsuit model says she was tracked for hours with AirTag

    After doing a little bit of research, we can find that this has been going on for quite some time using other products. The difference is that now you can find out when they’re tracking you with an AirTag, whereas before (with any other product) you simply would never know. Apple has gone to great lengths to make sure this product is not abused, or at least to reduce said abuse. It’s not perfect, but it’s definitely a lot better than not knowing, in my opinion. People are reacting as if Apple is evil for allowing this to happen without realizing they’re only finding out thanks to what Apple has done *shrug*
  • Lawsuit targets Apple's iOS App Store 'monopoly'

    We should start a class action lawsuit against Walmart for holding a monopoly on the Walmart stores and not letting just waltz in and sell my products. Or maybe against McDonald’s for only selling their food and not allowing others to sell. Yeah, THAT makes sense *rolling eyes*
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  • M1 Pro and M1 Max GPU performance versus Nvidia and AMD

    I’m assuming that, as many other times, the real-world performance will exceed the expectations built on the announcement. Remember what happened with the original M1 machines? “Oh, it’s going to be bad with only 16GB of memory”, and look at what was actually delivered. I believe it will be the same with these new machines.
  • Apple's developer concessions don't amount to much

    This article sounds like “no effort is enough unless Apple suffers and is brought down to its knees!” However, we must also keep in mind that thousands (if not millions?) of developers make money on the App Store, which runs on iOS. If Apple were to make the concessions Epic and others demand, that means that sooner or later, Apple or iOS will die. Which means that none of those developers will make money anymore. Putting it into the context of a computer, if the system were to hand out all memory whenever the app requests, then the system will eventually run out of memory and crash. Or if we remove more fish from the ocean than are replenished, the ecosystem dies. Or if you decide to help out your neighbor one time by cleaning their driveway, but then they demand that you ALWAYS clean it, but also their backyard, windows, gutters and so on, you’ll eventually have a fallout with them. And so on, there are many scenarios we could use. I agree that Apple could do more, but killing itself to appease everyone does not help anyone, especially consumers.
  • Apple adds Windows Precision Touchpad to Boot Camp, eight years late

    Any chance this could be a signal that they’re continuing work on BootCamp and that it MIGHT be enabled on M1 Macs somehow? :|  I don’t know; I’m just reaching on this one. Perhaps they (Apple) found a way to run a HAL or something on top of M1/M2 hardware where (Intel) Windows can run on top of? *shrug* Just wishful thinking here lol