When something goes wrong with Home Sharing, you don't get much troubleshooting guidance. That can turn minor issues into major ones.
It’s hard to believe that Apple can’t figure out a way for developers to offer a discount for software upgrades.
Apple's vague or cryptic error messages leave users even more confused than before.
Reporting a software bug to Apple really bugs me.
The most prestigious computer company in the world has a top-of-the-line Mac that hasn’t been updated in three years. Where’s the innovation?
Data backups are vital, so any problems that a user can’t easily fix are not acceptable.
iTunes should be smart enough to know when an internet connection isn’t necessary. But it isn’t.
If Apple insists on making its devices thinner and lighter, there simply won't be enough room for batteries that last all day in real-world situations.
It's too difficult to find an app you've already purchased.
Freedom of choice. It’s what we want.
Why is such a vital part of the iTunes expereince so neglected by Apple?
It’s hard to manage your iPhone’s storage when you can’t figure out what each app is doing.
2FA is a good idea to stay secure, but it shouldn’t be this hard to use it.
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