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lenn said:This is laughable. Law enforcement can get a warrant to enter your house and search every single inch of it but they aren't allowed to search a stupid phone????? That makes no sense at all.Remember that your phone potentially contains records of where you've been (and when), medical records, work, childcare information, etc. My phone also contains information to access my child's and parent's medical records, many of their accounts, etc. There is FAR more information about me, and the people around me, accessible from my phone than you'll ever find in my home.
78Bandit said:Also, Apple wants developers to adopt the latest greatest features in their apps. If that means abandoning a large number of users because the newest OS isn't available on their phones there is less incentive to adopt those new features, better practices, etc.
Rather than sending users into Safari, why not send them to use Keychain? Keychain keeps the passwords all locked until they specifically try to copy or view the password rather than having a user leave their Safari preference window open and then all of their passwords are available. You can still right click on the account you're looking for and select copy password as well.
davgreg said:Buybacks only make sense if you are getting fees from the transaction.
If you do the math and figure in all the impacts, paying a special dividend would be a better use if the intent was to return money to shareholders.
ne1 said:I'm not usually subject to Early Adopter Disgruntled Syndrome (EADS), but in this case, I'm pissed I bought a top of the line MBP i9 when released. I suggest those who did contact Apple and make some noise to see if they will offer a trade up upgrade program for the new GPU models or discount on eGPUs to early purchasers.