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zoetmb said:I've never understood why anyone would do this. What's the difference if you buy a new phone on the day it's released, a day later, a week later or a month (or more) later? And I've never understood how there are people who can both afford the phone and waste so much time. But I will give them some credit for having the patience to stand on line. If a line is more than 10-15 minutes for anything, I'm out of there.
Latko said:jameskatt2 said:
BMW is one of only a handful of carmakers that charge for CarPlay access.
This is a greed play. Pure and simple.
Essentially, you are renting your BMV for life.
Therefore, many developed their own navi- and infotainment systems and integrated it with the car to a level that Apple/Android can’t match.
The reason is their intrinsic fear for Apple as it tries to become a force in the automobile world - thereby enforcing their UX onto cars - reducing the role of the carmaker to a casing manufacturer.
I am not saying what’s right or wrong, but I can understand their reluctancy. And when greed comes into place, we should respect the real champ...
Though it offers NFC connections of Android phones, you do have to physically connect an iPhone to one of two USB ports, though, which is a bit of a pain.
But it works great. The sound quality of Honda’s speakers is good.
Soli said:LoneStar88 said:I see these annual WWDC conferences as ever-more-significant components of various STEM-related curricula, from the de facto, in the case of individual training and enhancement initiatives, to those at accredited educational institutions.
It's an amazing time for autodidacts and self-motivators.
Another missing element is a comprehensive dictionary of the terminology, containing "action" definitions (how is it used, where and when is it used, etc.)
So, now, with the advent of Swift and Swift playgrounds on the iPad, I'm hoping for a better run of it, once I give it another shot!
khollar said:How do you connect these to the 4th gen Apple TV?
I have the Powerbeats3 with the W1 chip, and they're very easy to connect between my iMac, iPhone, and Apple TV. You don't have to disconnect the current device before switching to another.
I love my Apple Watch series 0. It's been a non-trivial factor in daily life, and it's been a source of pleasure for its convenience and utility for a year and an half now.
My dear wife has mentioned the possibility of a new watch for my birthday next month.
These ads have made me want to consider the Nike model. Simple.