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laytech said:What a brilliant option and all credit to ANZ, that is a feature i would use. Yet, i can't because I am with Westpac or are dragging their sorry arses, refusing to accept ApplePay while the collude with the other 2 big banks to try and protect their profits. ANZ is looking more and more attractive for a switch!
Loyal westpac customer for 32 years, but balking at ApplePay did it for me
Typical. Samsung gets to steal whatever IP they want.
Remember Steve Jobs saying "and boy have we patented it !!!" on the original iPhone. I guess he had more faith in the patent system he should have.
Latest news is S8 ditching 3.5mm headphone socket. And trying to beat Apple to the punch on a virtual home button. As usual Apple bears the brunt of "moving forward" with innovation and technology and Sammy just rides their coattails. I actually know people who've said, "you cannot play music on the new iPhone" until I patiently explained the situation.
Thank Facebook, and other outlets of misinformation and sensationalism, for that (literally, so many people I know got in an uproar because of whatever ill-informed rubbish they read on StalkBook)
benji888 said:I don't have a problem with the move to USB-C ports, they are actually multi-functional, including moving power in both directions. Here's a cool dock for USB-C Macs: https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/usb-c/owc/usb-c-dock
I have that OWC dock for my 2015 MacBook. It does the job brilliantly and I only unplug one cable to be on the go.
I have Apple's multiport A/V adaptor in the bag just in case, but haven't needed it since I got this dock.
Soli said:felix01 said:Guess I need to start reviewing what USB-C hubs are available. Any well-recommended suggestions?
My 2015 MacBook is my first ever Mac and I'm loving it. I have the dock hooked up to a 24" monitor and several types of storage and it performs well.
I haven't yet tried the Ethernet since I've had no trouble with the MacBook's wifi.
The best part is unplug one cable and you're good to go.