There can be only one.
There can be only one.
Yes, there is. Any app that is present after a factory reset generally can't be uninstalled, only disabled.
The only thing I'd like to see Apple be forced to do is alow installation of arbitrary firmware versions from the past (as long as they are compatible with the hardware, so no iOS 1 on an iPhone 6S+).
There are multiple browsers available for iOS. Yes, they all have to use Apple's WebKit, but outside of that they are free to include features that Safari doesn't. There is also the capability to sideload if you jailbreak, but that of course comes with restrictions depending on which version of iOS you are currently on.
No OS is perfect. Use what you like, and let others use what they like. I myself use both iOS and Android, and both systems have things I greatly dislike.
I'm confused about all this.
iCloud Backup doesn't actually back up the app bundles themselves. It only backs up purchase history. When you restore a backup from iCloud, you are essentially redownloading the app bundles from the App Store in the process. This makes me wonder why they can't implement the app slicing functionality in that situation. Unless it has to do with data created by an app that may be missing resources for other devices? Not sure how that would be the case, but I'm not an iOS expert, just a seasoned user.
Your iCloud backup includes information about the content you have purchased, but not the purchased content itself. When you restore from an iCloud backup, your purchased content is automatically downloaded from the iTunes Store, App Store, or iBooks Store.
You don't need the R part of that anymore. Tap Windows, then start typing. This has been the case since 7 for sure, and probably Vista too (although I never really used Vista on my own machines).
That type of compression is not directly comparable to lossy digital compression, either. People who don't have even a base understanding of audio see the word "compression" and conflate the two.
the worst quality in the history of broadcasting or any other form of distribution
Guess he doesn't remember AM radio. Or, for that matter, FM. Arguably, 256kbps AAC is much better quality than either of those.
I run Nightly, and have the latest Flash installed (just updated it to make sure). Flash content seems to load fine, I get no blocking message.
When Jobs made the decision to disallow Flash on the iPhone, there were no third-party apps. Period. There wasn't even a jailbreak, since he made the decision prior to the release of the original iPhone. So, his decision had nothing to do with the App Store, since it didn't exist.
Any three Greek letters, or just those combinations that are already established? Do you believe that the name IBM (three English ketters in succession) should not be trademarkable?
How dare you equate fine, upstanding kiddy diddlers with the true scum of the earth, those evil, satanistic music pirates?
Citation? As a GH fan, I honestly don't remember hearing this and would like to read more about it.
Pretty sure they don't make Amigas anymore. And no, the PPC "Amiga" boards (not accelerators, but the boards with no classic hardware) don't count.
Couldn't take the three additional characters to write "Commodore Amiga"?
Yes, I know, the Amiga is technically a "PC", but since Commodore did actually release a line of PC clones that were actually branded "Commodore PC", I consider the headline inaccurate.
Retirement means that when someone says "Have a nice day", you actually have a shot at it.