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DAalseth said:Regarding Continuity Camera
On the face of it that sounds like a potential security vulnerability. A Mac will recognize a nearby iPhone on the same network and access the camera even if the phone is locked. I’m admittedly a bit paranoid about security but that sounds kinda’ sketchy.Your iPhone doesn't even have to be unlocked. The Mac still recognizes that it's near, turns on the iPhone's camera,
apple4thewin said:Does this mean the “cool kids” abandoning AirPods were ignored by the masses?
auxio said:apple4thewin said:Does this mean the “cool kids” abandoning AirPods were ignored by the masses?
I remember having a similar rebellion against Windows back in the late 90s when I switched to Linux. Though my argument was that it was nice having an operating system which could run for months/years without crashing (unlike Windows which crashed pretty much daily), so it wasn't just a fashion statement.
Does this mean the “cool kids” abandoning AirPods were ignored by the masses?