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ronn said:For us, the Pro Max is just too much Max. Especially as we're going from the 8+ at 5.5 inches. So we'll be up early on Friday for a couple of the 12 Pros: one Graphite and one Pacific Blue.
11 Max: 77.8mm x 158mm x 8.1mm (https://www.apple.com/mz/iphone-11-pro/specs/)
12 Max: 78.1mm x 160.8mm x 7.4mm
So the 12 Max is only 0.3mm wider (width matters most for holding in your hand). Keep in mind that most of the 12 Max screen increase is from using a squared off body and taking the screen closer to the edge. The 11’s rounded edge body brings the screen further in from the overall outer dimensions (which is what matters for holding the device) so the screen size is smaller in what is essentially the same footprint.
curtis hannah said:So this is going to replace iTunes for Windows I assume?
Mike Wuerthele said:Koliadascope said:Find my iPhone is based on the Apple ID, not the carrier's Family Plan. They must have been sharing one Apple ID and in that case, the attacker would've had the ability to track the victim as well.
davgreg said:Would be nice to see FaceTime added to the Apple TV.
You can, however, screen mirror a FaceTime session to ATV using your iPhone or iPad.
fastasleep said:AppleInsider said:
You can still do things such as changing your Apple ID password. Then if someone gets into your phone, they won't know that new one and won't be able to use, for instance, your Mail to send messages.However, an iCloud backup isn't complete. It's intended to safeguard what Apple thinks is your most important data, such as your photos, your account settings, documents and so on. It does not backup your apps. The logic is that you can always get those again from the App Store but sometimes you can't and always you have to re-enter your login details.
So backup via iTunes. Plug your iPhone into your Mac, tell iTunes to make an encrypted backup, and let it take all the time it likes to copy everything over.
iTunes does not back up apps.