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MacPro said:astrofish said:Also available in the UK - just ordered a blue one.I do have a stereo pair in a larger room 😄
Grayeagle said:IMO, iOS14 is an unmitigated disaster.
Thank goodness I just updated my secondary iPhone to check it out.
I'm an elderly sleeper and have to set my alarm accordingly, both for the night, and in the daytime. Ha! The Alarm hnow has to be set using the Health app. And the Health bases your sleep it on an 8-hour cycle. Changing wake and sleep times is a b***h.
Also, it doesn't like my selection of an IMAP mail server, and keeps trying to steer me to one of its favorites.
I've just turned OFF the automatic updates in both my primary iPhone and iPad.
Am I nuts, or just plainly senile?
jimh2 said:This is being seriously overplayed. The products will continue to work, but they won’t get anymore updates. My vehicles that are a few years old have not had any features added to it. Should I expect Toyota to buck up?
I get that the older models will no longer receive updates as they don’t have the specs to deal with the latest new features (my Play:5 doesn’t support AirPlay 2 for instance) - fair enough.What I do object to is that if I keep my perfectly useable Play:5 in my Sonos system, then all my other, newer Sonos investments will be blocked from updates. That stinks.Surely it’s feasible to provide a software solution to ring fence older kit?
Come on Sonos - keep your customers loyal and likely to recommend your products to new customers rather than coercing them into an upgrade cycle that erodes that loyalty. New customers will benefit your bottom line far greater than reluctant upgrades from your existing customer base (that is likely to diminish with this sort of tactic).