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  1. Apple HomePod

    http://www.loopinsight.com/2018/01/24/on-homepod-and-audio-quality/ And: And: And: And: It's available for pre-order now, but I've not ordered one, largely because: I'm not sure how it handles multiple users. All three of us in our family have iPhones, Siri, AppleIDs, etc. I'm not sure how much I'd use it - I'm not often in the same room. We don't listen to a lot of music at home. I think it will sound phenomenal, in part based on what is up above, as well as the in-person stuff dating to last June.
  2. Man, the news of this has been blown way out of proportion, or in the wrong direction at least. Apple, for a little while now, has been slowing down iPhones when they demand peak performance from the battery when the battery is old. What used to happen is that your phone would unexpectedly quit/shut down, even though it still had 40% battery left or something. What happens now? Your phone stays running and performance is slowed a bit so that the battery can supply enough power to keep the device running. This is the opposite of planned obsolescence - it's making your phone last LONGER and be useful LONGER than a phone that quits and powers off ten times a day. My kid's iPhone is always two to three years old. She had this shutdown issue all the time. She hasn't had a shutdown in many many months, because of this feature. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/21/technology/iphone-battery-problem-slow.html https://daringfireball.net/2017/12/iphone_battery_throttling I saw even on the local news last night the way it was mentioned in a 15-second thing that it sounded "bad." It's quite the opposite.
  3. https://daringfireball.net/linked/2017/07/03/kuo-iphone-2017-touch-id Hmmmm. I agree with John: if TouchID is not there, the face scanning had better be just as good or better. And if the new phone is $1200+, I don't see myself buying it. Because, hell, I don't use my current phone anywhere near to its full capabilities.
  4. One Device Book

    Bought this and am looking forward to reading it when it arrives. You know, on top of the other four books I'm actively reading… There's some kerfuffle over this about Phil Schiller, too. The Knives Come Out for Phil Schiller in Brian Merchant’s ‘The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone’
  5. Apple's WWDC 2017 Keynote

    Bit of live posting here while I watch… The opening thing was kinda dumb. I thought it was TJ Miller in the opening shot.
  6. Apple AirPods

    I just got my AirPods. Opened the case, and bam, the phone offered to connect to them. Connecting to the computer required me to hit a little button that I didn't even notice at first. I understand what people mean when they talk about how satisfying it is to open and close the case. They aren't going to fall out - I think that people who are worried about them falling out (aside from those with unusually shaped/sized ears?) are not assigning enough blame to the cords on normal earbuds. So far, these seem awesome… I can't wait to give them a try while I'm practicing (later today). P.S. Virtually no need for these, though if you're super active and riding a bike or something like that, I can see the appeal for <$10.
  7. Apple v. FBI

    http://www.apple.com/customer-letter/ Thoughts? Basically, the FBI wants Apple to hack its own product (by creating a new version of iOS) and Apple is refusing to do so for reasons stated at the URL above. The iPhone (a 5C) belonged to one of the dead San Bernardino terrorists. I - along with the EFF and ACLU - support Apple in this and think that the FBI is once again reaching and attempting to use PR to set a precedent that will make it substantially easier to subvert privacy.

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