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profdraper said:And so why exactly should we believe that Apple is any more ethical here than others like Google +, Facebook and the rest? Just because Apple says so? Please .... All are American, money-fascinated & tarred with exactly the same shareholder priorities; these days, user data is the most valuable commodity on earth. BTW, also check out the awful roll out of Apple TV+ (user login errors, error 404, wants credit card, not debit card, buggy and I very much doubt the security here as well.
the killer app is now something that has a pretty front end (something like popcorn time)
that pulls content from all the streaming packages you subscribe to, and shows it all on one interface
without me needing to remember which package has what show
i just click mandalorian, and it starts streaming
exactly like popcorn time, but legally
mattinoz said:I can't find a single prior iOS release that has hit x.1.3 before December of that year and we aren't even out of October.Most x.1 are November at best and tied to hardware releases post iPhone update that year.Versions number say there has been serious issues without any subjective gauges.
CloudTalkin said:I will continue to ask why. There seems to be no logic to this continued bailout. I'm sure there's a ton we aren't privy to here, but from the outside... WTF.