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Gaby said:While no doubt welcomed by some, Anyone who is even remotely lucid will be cognisant of the fact that this comes at a very convenient time and is frankly nothing more than a token gesture, and too little too late. and won’t placate anyone but the most dim witted among us or our Governments.
Well, that is show stopper if you want to travel to foreign country and use store purchased SIM card with local phone number. Not all providers support eSIM. Good luck with iPhone. Want to know how much roaming and data services cost overseas even if you enable special travel program? Just check with AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile. Learn for yourself. It looks like Apple would not leave people any option, but buy Android. Heck, some of them still may allow even flash card to extend storage memory unlike iPhone.
thrang said:beowulfschmidt said:If I'm sitting in a restaurant and some jerk at the next tables disables the AirTag on my keyring, I'm gonna be really upset.
Is there going to be a way to determine whether some idiot has disabled my AirTag without pulling out the Find My app?
Well, first of all it is not in Google App Store yet tor it is buried under pile of other apps. Maybe it is because it has only two stars and a lot of quality issue bad rap on the store. We can agree that this should scan automatically like on iOS rather than take obsessed person to punch the button to scan every time.