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...put the phone down and pick up a Mac. [...] Log on to icloud.com in a browser and click on the Photos app.
What, why the hell would you do that? Why would you use the web and not just use the Photos app on iOS or macOS?
Also, in the Settings > General > iPhone Storage panel which you partially showed, there's literally a "Review x" suggestion to go through all your things that iOS has determined to be taking up the most space, including "Review Personal Videos". Not to mention, also, that it lists all your apps with the amount of storage each is using.
Also missing: mention of Music's Optimize Storage setting.
AppleExposed said:Intels CPU chips are also slowly falling behind. Which makes me wonder if Apple is ready to acquire that business too.
AppleExposed said:I bet this is good.
I just don't understand why YET.
All will be known soon fellas!!
jdiamond said:tomahawk said:McJobs said:I'm so sick of the Tim Cook era, where every product redesign comes with a substantial price increase over previous model. When Steve was there, products got better at the same price points (e.g. MBP--->unibody MBP), or even were less expensive at the same time (e.g. polycarbonate iMac--->aluminum iMac).
And Jobs raised prices too. Look at the Mac mini. Started at $499, raised to $599 in 2006, and raised again to $699 in 2010.
markbriton said:I tried switching to DDG as my default search engine on my iPhone earlier this year and gave it a month. I really wanted to like it but I ended up going back to Google. I found DDG’s results to be very US focused and since I don’t live in the US a lot of the results weren’t relevant to me. I don’t use any of Google’s other services except YouTube and search. I really want DDG to get better so I can ditch Google for good, so I’m pleased they’re still improving. I’ll give them another try later in the year. I think Apple will end up snapping up DDG. It’s also a terrible name for a search engine, here’s hoping for Apple Search one day!
For those don’t know about the bang shortcuts, there are tons of the, of them, !yt for YouTube, !w for Wikipedia, etc: