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charlesatlas said:Meh. Apple is taking too long. I'm holding out for the M5 processor, impressed with Steve Jobs's engrams.
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Beats said:They had iPhones in the Middle Ages?
Is he a Millennial? Only a spoiled brat would call using an iPhone “slavery”. He sounds like quite the valley girl. He probably had a “bad day” because he couldn’t get a selfie right.
He’a using a lot of iKnockoff user logic here too. He’s comparing the few Android models features to bash Apple and calling iPhones “obsolete”. LOL
Anyone with a brain knows there’s more to the story here. Next he’s gonna call Apple anti-competitive and claim Telegram should be the stock iPhone App and it’s “only fair” that way.
I could see the developers complaining if they were compelled to use "Sign in with Apple" and were not allowed other sign-in methods. BUT THIS ISN"T THE CASE. Apple allows the options of using facebook (ugh) and email sign-ons. Case dismissed. The 2 developers who removed all other sign-on options have created their own problem. That's not Apple's fault.
I don't have an issue with Apple requiring that "Sign in with Apple" being on the same login screen as the other options. It's their App Store and their rules, many of which are designed to keep us safe and secure which is the reason I chose Apple to begin with.