Apple Company • Page 553

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

  1. cryates Dec 6, 2019
    (Last edited: Dec 6, 2019)

    Go Braves Prestigious

    Wireless CarPlay doesn’t work via Bluetooth solely. Bluetooth is not enough to send that amount of data back and forth. Your stereo that supports wireless CarPlay will have built in WiFi that your phone will access to transmit the CarPlay data. My aftermarket stereo does wireless CarPlay so my phone just connects via the built in WiFi each time. Obviously you could still charge on a Qi pad in your car at the same time.
  2. Brent

    Ready When You Are Supporter

    Never done wireless charging with either my current or last phone (both with the capability for it). Maybe I'll ask for a wireless charger for Christmas.
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  3. dorfmac


    my bmw is a 2017 and has wireless CarPlay, so I’m sure that by now with 2020s coming out for all makes there is a much wider selection of wireless options
  4. Ugh my 2020 Subaru did not come with Wireless Carplay.
  5. JamesMichael

    Creative Developer Prestigious

    I definitely want CarPlay in my next car.
  6. Drew Beringer

    @drewberinger Moderator

    it's amazing
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  7. pauljgreco

    hello. Supporter

    My parents just got a new car the other day and I got to use CarPlay for the first time. I never want to use a car without it again.
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  9. I will NEVER own a Mac Pro. But I want to have one for a day just to look at haha
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  11. Fucked around with a config for a Mac Pro I like ... my final price:

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    And the monitor:

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    Holy shit balls.
  12. Mr. Serotonin

    I'm still staring down the sun Prestigious

    jeeeeeeesssssssusssss, that was the price of my car:crylaugh:
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  13. jorbjorb

    I'm so much cooler online.

  14. Mr. Serotonin

    I'm still staring down the sun Prestigious

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  15. Wow now I don't think any other Apple computer is expensive ahah
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  16. phaynes12

    playing in the band Supporter

    and the strategy is revealed hahaha
  17. JamesMichael

    Creative Developer Prestigious

    I want one ffs.
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  18. I think that I'm going to try getting into RSS to lay off of Twitter a bit and make sure I get all of the articles I want. I'm leaning towards using the app Reeder but was wondering if anyone else has thoughts?
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  19. Deanna

    Trusted Supporter

    I use Reeder on Mac and Unread on iOS. I've also used Fiery Feeds on iOS. Reeder does take a while when it comes to updates, but I've found it's still a pretty solid app.
  20. I think that's the one to go with for a very good, simple, well designed app.

    I currently use ReadKit on the Mac (because I want to use Pocket with it + need smart folders for organizing stuff to post on this website), and I use FieryFeeds on iOS because it has way, way, way too many customizable options but it works really well for my workflow in the same way.
  21. Okay, cool! Thanks! All I think I'll be doing is subscribing to a handful of websites and probably syncing Instapaper with it as well.

    I'll look into Reeder and Fiery Feeds! I think those are the ones that I've heard about the most. I know that Reeder does have a reputation of being slow with updates, but I absolutely adore the look of the app from what I've seen. I'll mainly be using this stuff on iOS.
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  22. Deanna

    Trusted Supporter

    I wonder if I'd read my articles in Pocket more consistently if I had them in with my RSS app. Looks like Reeder only supports Instapaper though. Might have to check out ReadKit.
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  23. blast0rama

    Internet human. Supporter

    I’ve been using Reeder (with a Feedbin back end, once Google Reader died-RIP) since the app came out. Definitely my favorite to use for all things RSS.

    I can see why people like Fiery Feeds, but it’s TOO much to toggle for me.
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  24. Feedly is the best RSS reader since Google Reader folded imo
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  25. blast0rama

    Internet human. Supporter

    Got to messing around with new update for Drafts for macOS which now allows you to use actions.

    This is amazing, and now has me wondering why I use Ulysses to update my blog.

    Only gripe I have right now is my Fantastical action doesn't work, but it's not Drafts fault - the URL schemes are slightly different between the macOS and iOS versions.
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