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Daniel Hall on Twitter: "I _hope_ they know Siri is bad. But it’s being slapped onto almost all new things as a primary method of user interface: HomePod, AirPods, new Apple TV, HomeKit, Watch. One could assume they don’t get how bad it is 😣. But r
I _hope_ they know Siri is bad. But it’s being slapped onto almost all new things as a primary method of user interface: HomePod, AirPods, new Apple TV, HomeKit, Watch. One could assume they don’t get how bad it is 😣. But re: HomePod I think it’s to compete with Sonos, not Echo

— Daniel Hall (@_danielhall) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Ryan Jones on Twitter: "Fair enough. I did not say that eloquently. I should have said it differently. The reason that is true is because they know Siri sucks. Sound is only thing they have.… https://t.co/aWnz2BztTN"
Fair enough. I did not say that eloquently. I should have said it differently.

The reason that is true is because they know Siri sucks. Sound is only thing they have.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Ryan Jones on Twitter: "Apple can’t compete with Alexa (strategy tax of high-end hardware co). And as usual, Tim just followed Wall Street’s new product roadmap (smart speaker market). So now we have a non-cheap non-smart speaker."
Apple can’t compete with Alexa (strategy tax of high-end hardware co).

And as usual, Tim just followed Wall Street’s new product roadmap (smart speaker market).

So now we have a non-cheap non-smart speaker.

— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
scott on Twitter: "HomePod is a luxury product in a utility category. There will never be a need for high-end speaker in the home and most people that actually care about great sound will just plug their Echo Dot or Home Mini+CCA into their actually high-
HomePod is a luxury product in a utility category. There will never be a need for high-end speaker in the home and most people that actually care about great sound will just plug their Echo Dot or Home Mini+CCA into their actually high-end, and already owned speakers. https://t.co/2rUcoHIXLp

— scott (@agilethumbs) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Jeff Johnson on Twitter: "How is this shit allowed to ship? Takes 5 minutes and can't be canceled.… "
How is this shit allowed to ship? Takes 5 minutes and can't be canceled. pic.twitter.com/oVqqkjVBwO

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "This line of thinking forces us to ask what is the role of app review, and ultimately what is the role Apple's moral policies? Are they really running their business as if they're fighting the good fight, or is that all just mark
This line of thinking forces us to ask what is the role of app review, and ultimately what is the role Apple's moral policies? Are they really running their business as if they're fighting the good fight, or is that all just marketing?

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "Facebook's business is built on exploiting user data in some way. Hell, Google's is, too. However, I don't think anyone is under any misconception that Apple's App Review team is giving a serious, critical look at the behavior of
Facebook's business is built on exploiting user data in some way. Hell, Google's is, too. However, I don't think anyone is under any misconception that Apple's App Review team is giving a serious, critical look at the behavior of those companies. They're not.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) March 5, 2018
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Bob Burrough on Twitter: "That's how the house of cards comes crumbling down. App Review certainly should boot apps that steal credentials and do other nefarious things. However, if their responsibilities cover the behavior of apps (they do), then they al
That's how the house of cards comes crumbling down. App Review certainly should boot apps that steal credentials and do other nefarious things. However, if their responsibilities cover the behavior of apps (they do), then they also have to consider apps like Facebook.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) March 5, 2018
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“Something’s coming to call” Bad Uncle Leo on Twitter: "@mjtsai w-w-where’s App Review?? *runs back under rock.… "
@mjtsai w-w-where’s App Review??

*runs back under rock.

— “Something’s coming to call” Bad Uncle Leo (@z31r4m) March 5, 2018
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Bob Burrough on Twitter: "I can get more information about these kinds of things happening on Windows and Chrome than I can through macOS, iOS or Safari. Apple's policies are actually helping hide this kind of stuff."
I can get more information about these kinds of things happening on Windows and Chrome than I can through macOS, iOS or Safari. Apple's policies are actually helping hide this kind of stuff.

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Bob Burrough on Twitter: "How does me purchasing an Apple product help fix this problem? (Hint: it doesn't.)… "
How does me purchasing an Apple product help fix this problem? (Hint: it doesn't.) https://t.co/spsKdFqBXG

— Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) March 5, 2018
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Dan Rice on Twitter: "More to your point, if they care that much about privacy, they should put a lot of work into secure search and social network options so people have better alternatives than putting Facebook's garbage app on their iPhone.… https://
More to your point, if they care that much about privacy, they should put a lot of work into secure search and social network options so people have better alternatives than putting Facebook's garbage app on their iPhone.

— Dan Rice (@dankrice92) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "First-Class Swift API for Objective-C Frameworks: https://t.co/kmm2pKwhGQ #mjtsaiblog"
First-Class Swift API for Objective-C Frameworks: https://t.co/kmm2pKwhGQ #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Michael Tsai on Twitter: "Amazon Will Stop Selling Nest Smart Home Devices: https://t.co/VjvvZcTTI0 #mjtsaiblog"
Amazon Will Stop Selling Nest Smart Home Devices: https://t.co/VjvvZcTTI0 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Benjamin Mayo on Twitter: "Is Apple gonna ship this and not make the link tappable?… "
Is Apple gonna ship this and not make the link tappable? pic.twitter.com/d6MUaDmIpG

— Benjamin Mayo (@bzamayo) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Ole Begemann on Twitter: "If you activate com·apple·CoreData·SQLDebug and your app uses frameworks that use Core Data internally (e.g. Photos), those frameworks’ SQL statements also show up in your log. Confusing."
If you activate com·apple·CoreData·SQLDebug and your app uses frameworks that use Core Data internally (e.g. Photos), those frameworks’ SQL statements also show up in your log. Confusing.

— Ole Begemann (@olebegemann) March 5, 2018
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march 2018 by mjtsai
Steven Frank on Twitter: "Or the thing where Copy occasionally doesn't work and you get the previous clipboard when you Paste. Or the thing where Fast User Switching now takes like 10 seconds"
Or the thing where Copy occasionally doesn't work and you get the previous clipboard when you Paste. Or the thing where Fast User Switching now takes like 10 seconds

— Steven Frank (@stevenf) March 5, 2018
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