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Steven Sinofsky
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Steven Sinofsky 4h
Replying to @andrewprzy
That would be great but is just too exhausting.
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Steven Sinofsky 4h
I think it is smart for apple to restrict complications. Highly likely that they would just be junk designed to get you to tap them and do more stuff and then go to your phone. Think of them like the system tray in Windows that gets polluted because the API was easy.
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Steven Sinofsky 4h
Replying to @BenedictEvans
The screen feels big enough now that utility apps like ride sharing could be revisited. But then again chances are almost certain you have your phone with you so not sure of the value proposition.
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Steven Sinofsky 4h
Replying to @devinwenig @eBay
Congratulations!
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Steven Sinofsky 4h
Was thinking I would try using the Max as an “iPad Mini” using a keyboard like this below. Only problem is [because of FaceID?] the home screen does not rotate…just like on the X. Apps have landscape modes though :-) Fun support thread on that -
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Steven Sinofsky 7h
I go into exercise mode on purpose. That puts in DND but mine is always silent anyway.
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Steven Sinofsky 8h
LinkedIn Is Coming to Office Apps . // no comment.
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Steven Sinofsky 8h
“Ever wonder why the most popular apps are starting to look the same? It might be a good thing” by // I especially like “More Focus On Content and Outcomes”
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Steven Sinofsky 8h
Replying to @Krewell @CNBC and 4 others
And mostly divorced from reality.
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Steven Sinofsky 9h
Of course. That is why all this protesting and trying to find inaccuracies in what people are saying is misplaced. Goal was to get you to sync your consumer account w/ less friction than before–codifying what was mostly true anyway. Yes there are benefits as there always are.
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Steven Sinofsky 10h
Replying to @skupor
Yes if you study climate, diversity, or harassment you can either study whether they are social problems or how to handle them as a manager. There are many excellent cases used to institute social change Cases like “Boom boom room” or even package design critical to training.
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Steven Sinofsky 10h
But you see the same sync everything is the default. I thought you were saying (thought) it would only sync bookmarks. Bottom line this was all about getting you to sync everything with less friction. That the entirety of the point I was making.
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Steven Sinofsky 11h
Wrote this when portrait mode was introduced
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Steven Sinofsky 11h
I'm on 69.0.3947 This is what happened to me last night defaulting to sync everything when I added a bookmark.
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Steven Sinofsky 18h
Replying to @syamilshahimi
I never really used one.
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Steven Sinofsky 18h
Because your eye is a wide angle lens with a relatively small f-stop and because your vision system at night sees light and color uniquely you don’t really see bokeh the way a telephoto lens with wide aperture and an even, full spectrum sensor does. You don’t see this:
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Steven Sinofsky 18h
Replying to @gruber
Put Niedermeyer on it. He’s a sneaky little sh*t like you.
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Steven Sinofsky 18h
Not Apple Pay.
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Steven Sinofsky 18h
Eyes or properly vision aren’t man made lenses.
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Steven Sinofsky 18h
Yes. But the bokeh in photography is a deliberate property of man made lenses—of long focal length and wide aperture. For the most part you experience a pretty wide angle “lens” with small aperture in your eye. This might be interesting
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