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flydog said:AppleInsider said:
This may be related to Apple's discounted replacements, instituted to placate people upset about the company throttling iPhones with weakened batteries. While the company has since made it possible to toggle throttling, people with older iPhones have been flooding Apple stores looking to get battery replacements before they return to $79 from their current $29. More foot traffic may mean a higher likelihood of discovering faults.
JustSomeGuy1 said:"Macs may not take kindly to this sort of Bluetooth headset" ...well. It's nice that you're at least paying lip service to this issue in the review, but did you really not even try it at all? Even though you *did* try it with Windows?? Does this mean that there *is* some sort of BT headset that Macs do work well with?
HeliBum said:Not a comprehensive list by any means. I know that the head unit standard in many, if not all, 2018 Dodge Durango models supports CarPlay. I've been shopping those models for a while and I don't believe the 2017 models had it. I wonder how many other models added it in 2018 but didn't have an official announcement.
magman1979 said:It's Android (Google), has a camera on it, so automatic NEVER in my household.
nunzy said:Why should Apple allow Microsoft to poach Apple's customers on Apple's devices? Apple's best bet is to refuse to carry the Microsoft app on App Store. What is the point of being an exclusive supplier if you supply your competitors with profits?Apple should not stand for this