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Wow, people need to relax and dial it back a bit."not supported" does not equal "will stop working".There are plenty of products, probably in most of our homes, that are no longer supported but continue to hum along just fine. I have an old iPod that still plays music just as well as the day it was new (ok, admittedly, the battery leaves a bit to be desired). My old AppleTV is also on the 'not supported' list, yet I'm still able to stream Netflix and Amazon Prime to my TV thru it without a hiccup. I'm pretty sure my so-called "smart" TV's stopped receiving updates about a year after purchase.Your Sonos will continue to work, too, with the same spec as you bought it. But, as a 'smart' device there will be things that it can no longer support. This should be expected. AirPlay2 may require a different chipset, for example.
SendMcjak said:The measuring tape in this video made me think that you were going to compare the accuracy of the Measure app against a real, trusted standard. Bummer.SendMcJak nailed it. When only a highly accurate measurement will work, you will always resort to a proper measuring tool. There are even times when a tape measure is not accurate enough. But there's often times when this app will be plenty accurate for what I'm doing.I for one am really looking forward to this!