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georgie01 said:I’ve never been a fan of the right to repair movement because I think it’s totally fine for Apple to want to protect their reputation by trying to ensure some level of repair quality.
But for some reason I’m totally in favour of this! Genuine Apple parts and presumably cheaper than taking it to an Apple Store.
I won't be rushing. No features of any interest; I tried Focus mode and Tab Groups already and both were a waste of time.
C|net finally saw the light and turned off their comment function. No more constant belittling of users of other platforms, especially Apple and its users. Many news sites have also shut off the comment section. AppleInsider should consider doing the same. The arguments, opinions, expert-wannabes pontificating drive away readers. Readership would likely increase if comments were turned off. They serve no function.
And I'm not nearly as negative as you say. I've been very positive about the new MacBook Pros, am excited for the arrival of my M1 Max 14" in November, and have said so. And I think I may well buy an iPhone 12 mini and/or an iPad mini soon too, though am hesitating over whether I have the use for it to match the desire. My general position is Apple hardware good, Apple software good-ish, but on a worryingly wobbly trend.
Apple give us for free many major changes and other little ones to improve productivity and life but users always whine.
viclauyyc said:Should I cancel my mini order? Sigh.