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I recently downgraded from full Creative Cloud to just Photoshop and they refunded me a bunch of money, which I wasn’t expecting. I’d say that probably experiences vary. I’m sorry yours wasn’t very good!

— Brian's seen Endgame (@brianward) April 30, 2019
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2/ I had to keep pressing, but they finally agreed to refund all the charges. This is not my first run-in with Adobe’s crappy subscription practices. I still get random favs and replies to this tweet from frustrated former @Adobe users: https://t.co/MowV9ptbvg

— David Barnard (@drbarnard) April 30, 2019
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1/ @Adobe makes great products, but is a terrible company. My wife somehow signed up for a year long Adobe Stock subscription. I called to cancel and they confirmed she never used the account. First they tried to charge a cancellation fee, then offered to wave it as a “courtesy”.

— David Barnard (@drbarnard) April 30, 2019
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We have yet to be convinced that App Store search ads benefit customers more than they do purveyors of crappy apps piggybacking on the names of good ones. https://t.co/t1qaEP4212

— MacJournals.com (@macjournals) April 30, 2019
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Apple just killed #RightToRepair legislation in California by telling lawmakers that consumers will hurt themselves trying to fix their own iPhones.

Give this a RT if you've ever done a DIY-iPhone repair and you didn't blow yourself up in the process. 🔥https://t.co/TfsjaSfweR pic.twitter.com/wtLN6yHgzb

— Kay-Kay Clapp (@kaykayclapp) April 30, 2019
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Two things here.

1) The only Mac updates in the quarter were new iMacs, strongly suggesting that’s where the processor constraints were.

2) The world’s population keeps increasing to an all-time high, so one would hope the active Mac installed base would eventually do the same. https://t.co/mV9AUCnak4

— MacJournals.com (@macjournals) April 30, 2019
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And this is why they’ve been pushing in-app subscriptions so hard as the best monetization model for developers.

They’re counting our subscriptions as their subscriptions. https://t.co/Xjllm0Ipt0

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) April 30, 2019
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Ouch - I still use Carbon's RegisterEventHotKey to create system-wide keyboard shortcuts in my apps. There's no equivalent API in Cocoa. So either we get a new API, or this is another one of those "we don't want you to do that anymore" edicts from Apple?

— Jon Gotow (@jongotow) April 30, 2019
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Apple just shoved a knife into Intel's ribcage https://t.co/E545Sdutjl

— Josh Centers (@jcenters) April 30, 2019
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Several major product intros during quarters. New, more powerful iMac. For Mac business overall, faced some processor constraints in most recent quarter, hence down 5%. Believe it would have been up without those constraints. Don’t believe challenge will hurt Q3 results.

— Six Colors liveblog (@sixcolorsevent) April 30, 2019
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As ever, the looming question for Apple as its revenue mix shifts from sales of products to service subscriptions is whether they will compromise the user experience of the phone to upsell other products, which already appears to be happening in small ways here and there

— nilay patel (@reckless) April 30, 2019
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Product revenue changes, YOY:
iPhone: -17%
Mac: -4.6%
iPad: 21.6%
Wearables/Home/Accessories: 30%
Services: 16%

The iPhone had the highest distance to fall from. The iPad’s a rare bright spot, and Wearables is growing fast.

— Six Colors liveblog (@sixcolorsevent) April 30, 2019
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Posts updated today:

Apple Cracks Down on Screen Time Apps That Use MDMhttps://t.co/IDbde9jYOU

iMac 2019https://t.co/gPlqbXOjm1#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) April 30, 2019
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If we completed the cycle, I think we'd move to programming syntax (function calls, etc) for commands, Intelliense-style completion-assistance of commands, and menus with tooltips that show their underlying commands.

— Tim Sweeney (@TimSweeneyEpic) April 30, 2019
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Command lines were too hard, so we got menus. Menus grew too big big, so we got menu search. Menu search was too awkward, so menu searches started to run their target actions. Now we have menu searches as a weird command line that doesn't support parameters or scripting.

— Tim Sweeney (@TimSweeneyEpic) April 30, 2019
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I’ve used both (and even hacked the color panel to support them for OmniGraffle) but for screen backgrounds you couldn’t use true patterns back then.

— 𝚠𝚒𝚕 𝚜𝚑𝚒𝚙𝚕𝚎𝚢 (@wilshipley) April 30, 2019
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Keynote and Pages were also 2005, then Numbers came out in 2007. Then there’s Photos in 2015 - certainly has its shortcomings, but it was definitely a major effort.

— Brian Webster (@bwebster) April 30, 2019
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Was Aperture (2005) the last major brand new Mac app from Apple? Depends how you classify Final Cut Pro X (2011), I guess.

— Fraser Speirs (@fraserspeirs) April 30, 2019
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Dashboard isn't the only thing gone in 10.15 — so is 32-bit app & plugin support, Carbon, Ink, QuickTime 7 & QuickTime plugins, PPTP, and hardware RAID. You will get Python 3.7 and Ruby 2.6, at least 😜

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) April 30, 2019
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Lack of an Aperture like app that uses the Photos iCloud backend remains an inexplicable failure by Apple. Lots of people want to use Photos but hate the limited UI & features of the app on Mac.

— Clark Goble (@ClarkGoble) April 30, 2019
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