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Maybe it’s the school-teacher in me, but I never understand people who post queries/complaints without actually reading the article.martinxyz said:Any chance this will be an update available for LG TVs purchased in, say, November last year...
(I knew this would happen)AppleInsider said:
LG did not advise exactly when the Apple TV app will be brought to its television lineup, but it will take place sometime this year. The update will not only be for new televisions, as 2018 and 2019-era LG TV models are set to gain the app as well. [my emphasis]
mike1 said:fastasleep said:felix01 said:I'm still not using Apple Maps. Three questions for you folks who are. Positive answers might convince me to start giving Apple Maps a serious look:
1. Does Apple Maps show the posted speed limits (I know temporary work areas won't be correct) along the computed route? And how about if you're just using it to track progress along roads but not a computed route? Speed limits there too?
2. Are computed arrival times more accurate than on earlier versions? I guess what I'm asking here is whether Apple is tracking the average traffic speeds along major roads and using that dynamic info to continually recalculate arrival times.
3. Are alternate routes provided around crashes and/or work zones (or just general traffic congestion)? Kind of like Waze does.
2. Yes. Improved all the time.
3. I don't think it has realtime feedback at this point, but I could be wrong.1. Yes it does. I too generally ignore them, but they're there. Keep in mind that Maps uses speed limits or actual time (if slower than speed limits) to calculate ETA.2. Yes. Unless there's a fresh accident, Maps is really precise with ETAs for me. For example, when I get in the car it tells me it will take 45 minutes to get home from work, it is usually spot on. Keep in mind, I know how to get home, but that simple little alert let's me know what I'm in for.3. Yes. If the alternative route is faster than the normal or original, it will suggest the fastest route. It will also re-route around road closures. I am not interested in in Waze-like features like getting off highways to save a minute or two.
tyler82 said:It takes a $30,000 Mac Pro to make electronic music? Kind of a waste of hardware. This is a workstation for extremely complex video editing, bitcoin processing, and extremely complex mathematical formulas.
radarthekat said:First, it wasn’t until Apple showed the way. Par for the course on that one.
Second, sound quality is subjective, but okay, Samsung makes good hardware.