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Apple is finally shipping a pro quality 15" notebook, but still using the same 2013 era display resolution. :-\

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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The Code/Data Cycle pic.twitter.com/sdu4W4C0A3

— Niklas Gray (@niklasfrykholm) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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Startup keys on the new T2 Macs - YouTube https://t.co/yS24tj1gZJ

— Tim Perfitt (@tperfitt) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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Trying to unlock an iPhone X bought from https://t.co/16jyM9MGjI for T-Mobile has been a kafkaesque maze. 1:20h spent with Apple support, three calls to @TMobile, escalation to managers, several failed promises to follow up, and weeks without a resolution. Why is this so hard?

— DHH (@dhh) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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Yup! And the rest of the line isn’t much better! I’ve really enjoyed my 2015 12” MacBook, but the current MacBook needs to be updated. The MacBook Air looks nice but seems underpowered… and it has a fan. Having a laptop without a fan is really nice if you can do it. Frustrating.

— TJ Luoma (@tjluoma) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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I went to Dongletown and all I got was this AMAZING NEW T-SHIRT!

First ever official DONGLETOWN MERCHANDISE is available on the new Upgrade @cottonbureau store.

Get it before it’s too late!https://t.co/vqkBR83Cxm pic.twitter.com/aPfL9S9aNy

— Myke Hurley (@imyke) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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How is writing your password on a Post-It note and sticking it on your monitor not a perfect example of 2FA?!

1. It’s something you know, the location of the Post-It note.
2. It’s something you have, the Post-It note.

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai
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There are 4 different things on Mojave that can prevent your app from sending Apple Events:

1. User consent
2. Sandbox
3. Hardened runtime
4. NSAppleEventsUsageDescription

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) November 16, 2018
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november 2018 by mjtsai

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