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Had the same issues with inconsistent changing as well. I cleaned the contacts on the case and headphones with electrical contact cleaner and the charging issues have been resolved for about a year now. Since cleaning them I also wipe off any sweat from the headphones after my workouts before putting them in the case.
GeorgeBMac said:sflagel said:A glucose monitor would be fantastic. A vibrate or beeping when insulin levels spike would deter a to of people from eating excessive carbs and sugar.
As more and more research shows, once you are overweight, your body will fight tooth and nail to keep it by swiping down your metabolism PERMANENTLY, even after you gain your lost weight back. The only way to be healthy is to stay healthy and a glucose monitor can do wonders for this.Except that Type 2 diabetes is caused by animal fat -- either the type you eat or that which you wear. Avoiding carbohydrates is merely treating the symptoms -- as is taking your doctor's pills. Treating those symptoms is important, but ultimately fruitless because the disease itself chugs along just fine.Those who eat healthy, fiber filled diets either do not gain weight or, if they are overweight, they usually lose the fat when they start eating healthy. Unfortunately, most Americans think eating healthy means only two slices of pizza and a 12 ounce CocaCola. Then, once their microbiome is totally trashed and they're coming down with the Standard American Diseases from their Standard American Diet, they blame it on "age" or "metabolism".In America, its normal to sicken and die from our normal lifestyle.
canukstorm said:discountopinion said:I do not need this iPad Pro but oh boy do I want it. the iPad Air 4 is enough for my use case at the moment.2021 iPad Pro with the M1 is a brilliant move in terms of product positioning as personally I always felt that the iPad Pro value prop was limping along a bit since the soc tended to be an interaction of the iPhone soc. Now it is more positioned with heavy workloads and helps Apple to build further efficiencies of scale for the M1 chip.I wonder if there would be a future option to run Rosetta 2 on the iPad and if having a magic keyboard and trackpad connected then to flip into a macOS emulation mode similar to how iOS apps can run under macOS. The M1 certainly provides the infrastructure to enable all sorts of convergence use cases in the future.