Quick everybody sell your Apple stock before it's too late. #doomedI think it's time to look at other options. Apple has been a good phone for me but lately it's been slipping latly. A new phone that bends out of shape in a pocket and an ios release that appears to have serious flaws and a battery which only lasts 4-5 hours. Hate to say it but Apple is losing its draw for me very quickly.
Looks like a legit bugThis guy (who curiously pronounces "8.0" as "eight dot zero" instead of "eight point oh" when talking about the iOS version number) demonstrates that sometimes ("about 30% of the time," he claims) it is possible to bypass passcode/TouchID with this sequence of events. Also, when he's speaking to Siri, his phraseology when asking her about the weather is peculiar ("How's the weather like going to be today?").
I noticed the same in the FaceTime app. When I tapped the x for a contact, it showed it twice from contacts. Just like you showed in the card profile. I'm guessing one the number and one an email address. But it doesn't specify which is which. But that shouldn't show that way on the card.Yesterday while looking at one of my contact's card, I noticed the FaceTime option showed twice.
I exited his card, went back into his card, and it was back to normal, with only one "FaceTime" showing. Here's a screen capture showing the bug.
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Mine only gives me Google results.If Google is set as my default search engine, I find it funny (and awkward) that Spotlight Search only has the ability to return Bing searches. Call it what you will, but I'm calling it a bug. Because it's an inconsistency. Default seach engine set to Google means just that. Everywhere, not just in Safari.
I hate Bing. I always have. And I always will.
I'd rather use that DuckDuckGo thingamabob than Bing.