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melgross said:My question involves that card itself. Apple said that it was for when in an establishment that didn’t (yet) accept Apple Pay. But, with nothing on the card other than the chip, we’re (see, I already committed to getting this) going to have a problem for all of those places that are tardy enough to have not yet gotten chip readers. And despite the deadline having passed last year, I think, I still encounter places, mostly small, that can’t use a chip card.
well, still carrying other cards would be wise for a time.
AppleExposed said:svanstrom said:ihatescreennames said:The black option will function exactly the same but cost $100 more, right?
As if Apple offers nothing in their pricing.
sflocal said:Google does do a lot more in the background in terms of collecting information about users and selling them out to 3rd-party people.
matrix077 said:disneylandman said:matrix077 said:Tuubor said:I don’t understand. I’ve had iPhone music controls on my series 2 watch all this time. Use it constantly when cycling to work.
In OS 4.x Apple got rid of iPhone music control in Music app. The result is anyone that want to use the watch to "play" music on iPhone, say you're lying on bed, watch on wrist, phone at charger, you want to use the watch to play "music on phone", you can't! You can only play music that stored on watch. This is not the case for OS1.x to 3.x
Now Apple has fixed this.
rogifan_new said:LukeCage said:This seems pretty normal to me, what’s the problem? If you live in a cold climate falling ice is something you have to deal with.