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thedba said:crowley said:Sounds like getting your phone stolen or lost could become much more of a problem.
Wallets containing plastic cards and/or paper passports, can never ever get stolen. It's like dividing by zero.
Reminds me a little bit of the film Filofax (or Taking Care Of Business), which, while not a good film at the time and probably very dated now, made a mildly fun romp of losing something that you've made the centre of your world.
So, while sarcasm might make you feel clever, showing off to your internet friends, actually thinking things through is much more clever.
cloudguy said:crowley said:
Apple have the legal right to put technical obstacles in the way of their customers replacing the Apple-provided software.
Apple don't have the legal right to challenge a customer in court for successfully navigating those obstacles and replacing the software.
I always thought Apple should charge $1 a month for iMessage and FaceTime on android.
daven said:That is really amazing. While I'm sticking with MacOS, the nerd in me loves the fact that running Linux on an M1 is possible.