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I have not experienced any problems. It’s a great, easy to use and the service from Goldman has been quite good. I can’t unserstand why AI wastes its time on a small number of tweeter rants. It’s starting to feel a bit whiny and feeds into the “hate everything Apple” aura. All i know is that i linked my card directly to my checking account and set up ACH payments automatically at the end of each month . Works seamlessly. Try it!
When is enough just enough. Isaacson has self-annointed himself as Apple sage, who was “being soft” in his book. No, Isaacson, even with his book, is a writer who is in permanent quest for relevance in his life. He gets paid to write these stories, but they are useless, non-productive and should be condemned. Notice how his story conveniently left out the fact that the “product” guy, Tim Cook, has increased Apple’s value as a company and Apple’s stock price exponentially. Apple was pioneered by Steve Jobs, but its value as a company was massively increased since Cook took over as CEO. Steve Jobs knew what he needed, and, sadly, he stepped down and anointed Cook to accomplish things that he himself was not interested in. And guess what? It worked. With all the incessant whining by Apple users, and all the massively inaccurate articles coming out every day about Apple’s future, I think its time for Apple to close up shop, liquidate its assets and allow copycats and substandard companies to take control.
Imagine a world without Apple, and you can pretty much see what I’m saying.
ClarityToSee said:I would agree with the lawsuit. The two factor authentication process is time consuming and inconvenient for the users.
Apple should work on another way to strengthen security. What happened to simple and intuitive philosophy of Apple’s?