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I don't usually look at my workout maps unless I run an unfamiliar route...but sure enough, the gps data is missing from my runs since I updated.
I'm also getting poor battery performance on my Apple Watch 4 since the update as well. ihatescreennames said:That’s rough. I haven’t been affected by this myself but I know people who have. Unfortunately, the one who is most concerned is in her mid-70s, goes for 6-8 mile walks a few times a week and won’t be confident in doing an erase and restore to both of her devices.In practice this solution isn’t that difficult but I know some people will struggle just at the thought of it.
I use a mid-2012 MacBook Pro for work. Since my job primarily involves “office“ type tasks (so no heavy video editing or anything), I have thought about getting an iPad Pro as my sole work computer when the MBP kicks the bucket. I can’t think of a single task I do that absolutely couldn’t be done on an iPad Pro, though some workflows would certainly take some getting used to. However, I often use a second monitor with my MBP, and I think I’d miss the ability to do that while sitting at my desk.
apple ][ said:I still have a third gen Apple TV 3. I didn't think that it would ever be seeing any more additions, but I was thankfully wrong.
Nice reviews. A couple questions:
1) The last review (Yootech) mentions that the lights can be turned off if you'd like to charge your phone next to you while you sleep. I'd be interested in hearing from others' experience about quality Qi chargers that come without lights or whose lights can be turned off. It's not always apparent in product descriptions whether a charging pad has a light or if the light can be turned off.
2) Some of the reviews mention safety features (such as foreign object detection, protections against overcharging, etc.), while others do not. Is it perhaps unwise to buy "budget" Qi chargers? I know I've made the mistake of buying a terrible 3rd party charger for my MBP in the past just because it was cheaper, only to have it fray. But other than wanting one that won't light up my room at night while I'm sleeping, I'm just interested in a basic Qi charging pad and so I don't need an expensive one that looks great or has a lot of features.
kkqd1337 said:I’d imagine most people here like me will want the 6.5 OLED. But really it would be sensible to get the LCD.