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So, a gust of wind caught my golf umbrella and tipped over my pushcart. My old Bushnell Tour V2 Slope Edition was in the side pocket. Long story short, it no longer wants to turn on. I don’t want to drop $200-$400 on something new. Do you guys have any experience w/ Bushnell customer service? Are these older rangefinders worth fixing $$? What is their turnaround like? Alternately, is there something like an electronic yardage book you can get for iPhone? I don’t want to select clubs and track shots, as I don't want to mind my phone on every shot. I just want to see the yardages to the hazards and areas of the green.
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’
What's the best - paid or free (likely paid) - call blocking software for iOS 10? Ideally I'd like software that: Integrates with CallKit. Duh. Provides info on the likely "spamminess" in the call. Flat out blocks super obvious spammers. Allows me to add other numbers to my iOS block list (so they're permanent and don't go away when/if I change or disable the app). Sends questionable calls to voicemail and lets me tag them as legit or spam. Ideally, doesn't send my contact list to a server (or is from a company reputable enough that I wouldn't mind and I know it's hashed up or something). Basically, I want very few false positives. I can always ignore calls I don't know about.
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.