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starof80 said:If the rumors about this is true, Apple would be smart to reconsider about getting in the Metaverse. They will be left behind.
I actually hope Apple keeps any AR/VR headset as a 100% closed system without any third party access. That way we won't have to hear about any of this crap that every computing product sold needs to be 100% open to other vendors selling their wares on it.
MustSeeUHDTV said:Hehe....people put their passwords lists in the cloud.....
You win Ridiculous Comment of the Day.
This is most surely someone using leaked account credentials that were reused on LastPass accounts. That’s the mistake some people probably made. Password managers don’t store the master password anywhere. Not the cloud. Not locally. It’s the “thing you know”.
The judge ruled that app developers can link to external payment processes, but explicitly also ruled Apple is still entitled to its contractually agreed commissions (e.g. 30%) regardless of using an external payment process. So that “free” app with an external subscription won’t save the developer any money. It only creates a friction point for a consumer to subscribe.
If you just use Apple devices and only need what keychain has to offer, then that’s all fine. But password managers do things like provide 2FA support, store a lot more data types, and provide tge ability to share with others.When we need our insurance IDs and digital copies of the cards, I’ve got it. Social Security info for the whole family is always with me. Passports, drivers licenses, my car VINS and license plates, reward programs, and banking info. Always with me.And best feature. When my wife inevitably asks me for those types of things, I waive her off with the phrase “1Password”.