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Discussion in 'MacRumors.com News Discussion' started by MacRumors, Aug 9, 2016.
The new lock sound is WEIRD.
I've been testing every Dev Beta since the DP on an iPad Air, and I have to say all the previous releases ran with a lag. This one feels fast and responsive.
Am I talking too soon? Anyone else noticed it?
New lock sound is not finished, clearly.. lock your device but place it next to your ear. Major hiss after the effect for a couple seconds before fading. They'll clean that up if they end up using the sound in the finished product.
Thanks for your replay. Strangely, the "Play Later" option doesn't appear for me, only "Play Next" =/
Man, I really hope Apple changes the notifications back to where you could clear an entire group at once. Notifications take to long now, especially if you have a lot.
This is what I've heard... take it with a grain of salt, or believe it fully like I do, but there is a HUGE reason why Apple should (and will) port iMessage to Android. Apple Pay. There's supposedly going to be Apple Pay integration with iMessage which will allow you to be able to send money to friends and whatnot, and the potential for Apple to make a ton of money from Android users using Apple Pay with iMessage is incredibly more attractive than having iMessage be an Apple exclusive.
Anyone know if Bluetooth audio dropping and coming back is resolved?
I like the output selector in the Music pane in Control Center. I do wish that iOS was capable of playing something to two AirPlay devices simultaneously, though.
This is a bit more than a "few"
Beta 5 breaks Good for Enterprise. So whoever uses this for his/her corporate emails, should probably not update at this stage. It works fine up to beta 4.
Yup, even 3 hours later, no show on the 5S OTA.
Ugh. Really? A reset or hard restart don't work? This is deal breaker for me as I'll then stay with PB4.
I hope this fixes Visual Voicemail showing up 2 days later. My carrier says it's not their fault and that it should be working, but it's never worked properly in IOS 10.
Unfortunately a hard reset didn't help - crashes when starting and I know other people have the same issue.
I understand muscle memory, but the new method is actually more efficient. Shouldn't take more than a couple of days of heavy use to adjust the muscle memory.
We'll see, I suppose. But I will take the salt. If they port Messages over to Android for purposes of Apple Pay they would not only lose one good reason to sell hardware, but two. Apple develops services and software to sell hardware.
I live in Canada, and it's not 9/10 on Android.
But they're not selling as much hardware, at least not recently. iPhone sales have dropped off. If they had Apple Pay working on all Android phones, and were making money off each transaction, that'd be a hell of a lot more money than they'll make in sales of Apple hardware. Like in Superman 3.
Is everyone finding this to be the case? That is one of the reasons why I have not updated to ios10 because I was worried about it not working with Good which I use with work....
Seems to be a common problem, yes. As I said, worked fine until today - just beta 5 broke it.
It's been a week, still not used to it, still annoys me just as much everytime I try to unlock my phone without thinking. Undoing 8 years of muscle memory is going to take longer than "a couple days."
We'll have to agree to disagree on this one. ~$40 billion in revenue in a quarter is just fine. Especially for a tock year. They make a heckuva lot more profit off of their hardware than they'll ever make off of Apple Pay.
We use Airwatch, and the Airwatch app kept un-enrolling devices. We found that if you remove the Airwatch app before upgrading (the profiles that make Airwatch work stay on the phone) everything is fine. Barring that, if you enroll in Airwatch from the browser without the Airwatch Agent app on the phone all is good. Not sure how, exactly Good works on the phone, but just in case that helps.
I get what you're saying. I'm not saying the app restricts you from messaging with people who don't have iPhones. My point is that for people who live in countries where SMS are still expensive (which is most), using iMessage doesn't make economic sense, which explains, I think, in part, why WhatsApp surged in popularity, and why people don't use iMessage (pretty much everywhere except US/Canada/parts of Europe) as their primary message app even though there's plenty of iPhones around.
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I really do love the new keystroke sounds. The new lock sound, not so much...
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That's what I was asking. I'm astounded that anyone still meters SMS anymore.