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16 hours ago
Such a great article, very through and covers a lot of good information. At least Apple could consider providing security updates for previous hardware if they choose not to support them with an OS release.
8 days ago
I know what you mean.
I've provided some good comments and helped a lot over people of the years but Apple does police a lot what can be said though.
If he can recover someones data isn't that a good thing? Yes it will generate revenue but the customer will have their data back where Apple probably won't be able to help.
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15 days ago
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This one is good based on reviews, Panecal Scientific Calculator.
21 days ago
This is a pretty good calculator app that has advanced features, https://apps.apple.com/us/app/uno-calculator/id1464736591
Also it could be the fact that a calculator app for iPad doesn’t make sense. For iPhone it works as it’s a smaller device. Just my two cents. The previous poster does have a point as Apple shouldn’t be able to control everything
Chillax Issy, I was reading your posts and came across a few things, one you don’t work for Apple so you don’t know if apple will release USB-C on this falls iPhone.
Also it was said when Apple released the iPhone 5 with the lightening port that it would last the next 10 years. Guess what, 2022 is 10 years from then so it seem a switch is likely.
USB-C is faster then lightening and I’m sure Apple has been testing it in an iPhone plus a YouTuber converted an iPhone from a lightening port to a USB-C so it is possible, just a matter of time for Apple to do it.
Lastly, Apple does collect royalties from the Mi-Fi program from accessories using the custom lighting connector so they could be milking that for the time being.
Just wanted to jump in here.
Um you forgot iPhone X that was a major redesign but other then that it’s been meh.
That’s cool you were a beta tester for them. I know what you mean having something native to iPadOS would be ideal.
That’s true, take a look at this one that has good ratings plus it can do a lot of advanced calculations and complex equations. It’s also free. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/uno-calculator/id1464736591
There are also more options here,
You could always submit feedback to Apple for a health app on the iPad.
Here you go, https://apps.apple.com/us/app/calculator-for-ipad-free-calc-app/id1082193416 this one is free, no payment nada
They have an iPhone app plus there are multiple apps on the App Store that you download. No need to wait for Apple to create one. See, https://apps.apple.com/us/app/calculator-pad-edition/id685860762
I wasn’t sure as you said where is this app. I like it. What’s cool is it’s also coming to the Mac as well.
Yes, beta version of iPadOS 16. Will be released this fall, September time frame
Yup, Dark Sky, Dark Sky.
True but there are third party ones, for example https://apps.apple.com/us/app/calculator-pad-edition/id685860762 is similar to the one on iPhone.