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tjwolf said:WTF? What does this mean for all the open-source stuff developers depend on? E.g. apache projects? Will Apache go through through this signing process? What about stuff installed via 'brew'? Java VMs, etc., etc.....
the server-side rules have changed, absolutely nothing on the client side is changing.
robjn said:This is of course a product that is not available to non-US residents, so this guy probably has less first hand experience with it than the average US consumer.
While I think he perfectly understands US consumers, his bizarre take that banks should do food delivery is odd. Usually, you’d create a subsidiary that creates a subsidiary for that (like Japanese banking groups do).
Kuyangkoh said:pgpappas said:My wife and I had the same issue. She had a slightly higher credit score and makes more money than I do. I received 10K in credit. She only got 7500. All other aspects of our financial information are the same. The only possible explanation is gender based discrimination.
For example, the amount in your bank account, savings accounts, investment portfolio with one bank aren’t legally available to other banks. Nor are you tax returns.
Can not wait see in real life launching updated apps in iOS 13 with declared speed.
The Snapdragon 855 SoC includes Cortex-A76 cores, which only implement ARMv8.2 fully. 2019’s Cortex-A77 (which no shipping Qualcomm SoC implements) is also a ARMv8.2 core which implements a few instructions from newer archs, but AFAICT, not the PAC or FJCVTZS instructions.