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Apple Company • Page 431

Discussion in 'Technology Forum' started by Melody Bot, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

    I haven’t kept a personal collection of music files on a hard drive in several years. Apple Music has everything I need, and at the end of the day it’s just too convenient for me to be concerned about keeping my own collection of files. Same with my photos. They’re all stored in my iCloud Photo Library. It’s just exponentially easier for me to keep everything in iCloud for easy access across my various devices.
  2. Taketimeandfind


    So we talked about this when doing the end of the year shortcut thing but I have a question.

    When using Apple Music on your phone, do you guys actually add everything that you like to your library? If so, does it take up space on your phone and what are the advantages to doing it?

    I always just search and stream. I don’t have any of my own files uploaded to Apple Music so I’m just always streaming
  3. mescalineeyes

    DEATH MINUS Supporter

    I add everything to my library.
    It takes up “clearable space”, i.e. it gets deleted when you need it for something else, unless you tap the little cloud icon which saves it to your phone in a more permanent way. This reduces strain on your data and battery.
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  4. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

    I don’t download a single thing on Apple Music, this no storage space is used from my phone. In the world of unlimited data, I just stream everything now. The library limit itself is 100k I believe, but no human will ever reach that.
  5. Micool1

    Trusted Supporter

    In a world of unlimited data, it's great, but in a world where a plan with 4Gb of data costs 80 CAD, it kinda sucks.
  6. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

    A+ marketing

  7. Drew Beringer

    @drewberinger Moderator

    that's sick
  8. That is pretty cool.
  9. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

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  10. Christian Romero

    @iChrisRomero @icandigitpod Supporter

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  11. Micool1

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  12. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

    I also got scorched eyeballs from looking at the same images over and over
  13. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd Supporter

  14. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

    It's okay. A coworker of mine, a graphic designer with 20+ years of experience, got 4860.
  15. Apple names Deirdre O’Brien senior vice president of Retail and People
    Apple today announced that Deirdre O’Brien is taking on new responsibilities for Apple’s retail and online stores in an expanded role as senior vice president of Retail + People, reporting to CEO Tim Cook. After five transformative years leading the company’s retail and online stores, Angela Ahrendts plans to depart Apple in April for new personal and professional pursuits.

    In her expanded role, Deirdre will bring her three decades of Apple experience to lead the company’s global retail reach, focused on the connection between the customer and the people and processes that serve them. She will continue to lead the People team, overseeing all People-related functions, including talent development and Apple University, recruiting, employee relations and experience, business partnership, benefits, compensation, and inclusion and diversity.
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    One miss was a finger slip. Hah.
  17. sean_rugy Feb 5, 2019
    (Last edited: Feb 5, 2019)

    often but not always Supporter

    cool. my Microsoft Exchange account for work just suddenly stopped working with Fantastical/Calendar and my IT department's answer was basically "you're shit out of luck, you should use the Outlook app". not acceptable and this has thrown my entire life off balance hah. legitimately almost missed a meeting last week because I had no idea this happened. I've signed in/out of the Exchange account in settings multiple times, nothing. my work computer updated itself last week and I think this is when it all started. very frustrated and Fantastical support confirmed what I thought and that it's on our end.

    edit: this is apparently because we've moved over to Microsoft 365 and everything is cloud based. I hate everything about this holy shit.
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  18. LightWithoutHeat

    Doomed to Live


    That was fun!
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  19. Drew Beringer

    @drewberinger Moderator

  20. TheBaroness

    a burst and I'm awake now Supporter

    I had this issue. We also use Office 365 and I managed to get it working again but can’t quite remember how, think it required re:logging in to Office 365 through the Fantastical app. There is definitely a way though as mine is working currently. At the very least if you haven’t already you should be able to log into Office 365 in your Apple settings and sync your calendar there which will be picked up by Fantastical (you have to go in to Fantastical settings and add the Office 365 calendar as you would do with your iCloud calendar)
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  21. sean_rugy

    often but not always Supporter

    technology is weird. after all of this I went to the tried and true method of just turning my phone on and off and... the calendar magically appeared!
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  22. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

  23. Yes.
  24. sean_rugy

    often but not always Supporter

    this is wild.

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  25. Zoshchenko

    Trusted Supporter

    Is there a way to close this pop out/slider over thing that I’m missing? I can swipe it off screen, but keep accidentally dragging it back when trying to swipe to the next page on a pdf.

    I assume there’s something painfully obvious I’m missing

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