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Sorry Greg for posting the same thing. I was too quick to reply before reading all the posts.greg uvan said:First, the ~ in the path doesn't specify "this Mac" it specifies the current user's home folder, wherever that may be.
But, there is a much easier way to get to the library. Click the Go menu in the finder, press Option, the Library appears in the list, click it.
By the way, the Command-Shift-Period shortcut is an excellent tip.
radarthekat said:Happened to my series 0 after I moved to the Philippines; a very hot and humid environment. The battery swelled and popped the screen off. It was one of the very first manufactured, received on that day back when everyone was going unboxing videos. Was that April 24, 2015? Seem to recall that as the date. I drive a series 2 Nike Edition now. Love it. Nothing lasts forever.
radarthekat said:dougd said:Stands to reason. Hard to believe Jobs would approve of this joke of a product
I bought the Apple Watch Series 2 Nike Black/Volt and love it. It's now a year old and I have 3 bands to use with it. I bought it mainly to use to answer the phone without taking the iPhone out of my pocket when it's winter time. I sure found out I use it for a lot more things than just that. The only Apple product I love more is my fully loaded 27" late 2014 5K iMac and I do have lots of Apple products to choose from.
fastasleep said:applesandbannanas said:I have an iPhone 6. It works perfectly well, but since the removal of the headphone socket, and now the fingerprint recognition. I'm out. About the only iPhone I'll upgrade to would be a 6s. The new Galaxy S9, is looking promising too, even though I hate Android.
Two posts too many. LOL
avon b7 said:On the environmental side, years ago (and I mean many years ago) I read that Apple dumped a lot of Macs in the desert.
Was that some kind of urban legend or was it true? If true, did they ever go and dig them out. That would be a nice story to tell if it were true.
Actively targeting Android users makes a lot of sense given how sales have stalled.
You're thinking about Atari.