Lockdown Mode disables a series of features that can be used to hack iPhone users. But the lack of these features also makes it easier to figure out who is using Lockdown Mode.
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You can’t make Steve Miller pop out of a cake, so gift the old man iPad accessories, Carhartt gear, and a Masterclass for writing his memoir.
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After being picked by Apple to attend the company's developer conference, he was given a chance to pitch them—and seized the moment.
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It's not a seamless transition from an iPhone to an Apple TV, or from a touch-based interface to a controller. And cloud saves are a problem.
If “engagement” and “time spent” are the metrics of success, won’t that just lead people to make games that encourage it?
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"Why do I need a second kidney? One is enough," said Wang Shangkun, who has since suffered organ failure.
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