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Apple should just bite the bullet and produce everything for the American market in the US.
True, it will take ages, causing huge delays, and spectacular price hikes. Not to mention they’ll have to import talent from overseas, so immigration will be a big hurdle too.
Oh, and no import of raw materials and resources from Africa. Get your own coltan! And while at it: keep your trash instead of exporting it to third world countries that don’t have waste management systems. No exploiting of other countries anymore by the USA. That’ll a be the day!
The hypocrisy of America First is truly shocking.
EsquireCats said:ktappe said:Why would this require Siri? It's simply referencing the incoming # against a database. It's extremely straightforward from an engineering perspective.
This new feature likely takes that existing iOS 12 capability and provides it with the skill to automatically reject unfamiliar numbers/facetimes. There is an expectation that the feature does a little more to thwart spam calls, since Apple would be able to gather a statistical model of spoofed phone numbers.
This illustrates perfectly the sad state Siri is in. Now we have to program her with stupid sentences so that she can understand what you are doing. Instead of Apple making her actually more intelligent. If I ask Siri if there is an iPhone available in the nearest Apple Store she should know the answer without me having to deal with shortcuts beforehand.
I’m not saying Shortcuts doesn’t have its place, it’s useful for pro users wanting to execute complex workflows. But this right here is a joke.