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Yeah - it disabled uBlock Origin, AdBlock Plus, Ghostery etc., saying it will slow down performance.
I am now bombarded by ads on any page I visit! And there are no updates to any of these extensions. Problem is, I am one of the few who prefers Safari to other browsers, and am now forced to either have ads or use some other browser.
And I do not understand what SpamSandwich is saying - I am on the latest and greatest updates to the OS and all other apps; so, what do you mean by being penalised for not updating to the latest OS?
wood1208 said:3rd party map is good idea but Instead, Apple should keep making it's map better.There is nothing to gain for Apple giving access to other Map Apps. Apple put efforts to create CarPlay and Google map rips the benefit collecting in-car data mining.
Your point is from the perspective of a user in countries where Apple Maps is supported. There are many countries where Apple does not support Maps. In those countries Google Maps is the only solution. Google Maps works very well on the iPhone, and directions are extremely accurate and optimal.
Please note that most of the cars sold in such countries do support CarPlay and whatever Android's version of CarPlay is. And the Android version supports everything right now. Apple is perceived to be wanting in some areas of CarPlay.
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on that line of thinking though I'd rather see Preview disappear and rolled into iBooks so that PDFs are read directly in iBooks but add Previews annotation functionality.
One more point in the original article was about being tied to only one phone number. That again is not an issue. I travel a lot to different parts of the world and I usually always get a local SIM. And then when I open WhatsApp, it gives me the choice of changing the associated phone number or ignore the message and continue using WhatsApp using the old number. I usually just use the old number and it has never been a problem.