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Everything new in the iOS 16.4 betainsync88 said:radarthekat said:Here’s two capabilities I’d like to see Apple incorporate into iOS.
1. A Siri shortcut to turn off FaceID. People could use this if pulled over by police or in other situations where they want to better ensure security of their phone and data.2. The AppleTV controller app you can access via Control Panel should have a volume control. The reason it doesn’t is that your iPhone doesn’t have an IR emitter. However, your physical Apple TV controller does have such an emitter. So why can’t my iPhone communicate to my Apple TV controller to tell it to adjust the volume?If your using HomePods as default sound you can use iPhones physical volume buttons to control the sound in the Apple TV remote app.
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Tony Fadell wants to see iPhone move to USB-C as usual are just being completely greedy. This has ZERO to do with innovation. How the F is grasping onto USB2 speeds for over 10 years innovation? This is greed pure and simple because they’re making so much money and royalties from the MFI program. Nothing else!!!!! As much as I like their products they make me sick sometimes.
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But after last nights feeble attempts with “Dynamic Island” “I’m done with Apple.I wasn’t impressed. I was even more gutted when I saw their price for a base model iphone 14 pro in the EU. €1339 for a base model when last years 13 Pro was €1079. So after 14 years of accepting your feeble increments every year and putting up with your price increases I’ve decided that I can but an S22U with Watch Pro 5 for less and probably get the buds thrown in too for not much more.You’re ok if you’re in the US though. They haven’t increased their price.This is the last straw Apple. With your zero innovation and greedy money grabbing prices.Goodbye and good riddance.
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