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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 13:25 
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Nothing in that keynote particularly interested me enough to move away from my 6. No TouchID is a dealbreaker for me, so the X is out. My 6 is starting to get quite sluggish and is obviously struggling with some newer apps, but not even wireless charging is of enough interest to really make me move to the 8.


I am in the same situation. Going to look at offers I think.

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My father in law has recently re-discovered his old iPod Mini which has a ton of music on it he bought through iTunes. He has zero memory of his iTunes account details.

Anyone had any joy getting music off an iPod and onto a PC? I found something called icopybot but have no idea if it's dodgy or not. Any thoughts welcome.


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My father in law has recently re-discovered his old iPod Mini which has a ton of music on it he bought through iTunes. He has zero memory of his iTunes account details.

Anyone had any joy getting music off an iPod and onto a PC? I found something called icopybot but have no idea if it's dodgy or not. Any thoughts welcome.


My understanding was that the music is on the file system of the iPod and viewable as normal when connecting to a PC but that the folder system and actual file names were essentially obfuscated so you couldn't know what something was just by looking. The ID3 tags are kept intact though so if you import them into a PC app that deals in ID3 then you can organise and play them back that way. If not then there's bound to be something that will rename and reorganise based on the tags.


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My father in law has recently re-discovered his old iPod Mini which has a ton of music on it he bought through iTunes. He has zero memory of his iTunes account details.

Anyone had any joy getting music off an iPod and onto a PC? I found something called icopybot but have no idea if it's dodgy or not. Any thoughts welcome.


My understanding was that the music is on the file system of the iPod and viewable as normal when connecting to a PC but that the folder system and actual file names were essentially obfuscated so you couldn't know what something was just by looking. The ID3 tags are kept intact though so if you import them into a PC app that deals in ID3 then you can organise and play them back that way. If not then there's bound to be something that will rename and reorganise based on the tags.


Cheers! Will give that a go.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 13:05 
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My father in law has recently re-discovered his old iPod Mini which has a ton of music on it he bought through iTunes. He has zero memory of his iTunes account details.

Anyone had any joy getting music off an iPod and onto a PC? I found something called icopybot but have no idea if it's dodgy or not. Any thoughts welcome.


My understanding was that the music is on the file system of the iPod and viewable as normal when connecting to a PC but that the folder system and actual file names were essentially obfuscated so you couldn't know what something was just by looking. The ID3 tags are kept intact though so if you import them into a PC app that deals in ID3 then you can organise and play them back that way. If not then there's bound to be something that will rename and reorganise based on the tags.


Cheers! Will give that a go.

I had a similar situation and did this and it seemed to work, though some of my audiobook chapters refugees to play in the proper order afterwards.

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The iOS11 update ‘files’ thing. I’m so (easily) confused.

Let’s say I’ve got a PDF that I am annotating. I’ve got it open in my iPad and adding annotation. Can I save that to the files and then open it with the annotations in my phone to keep annotating it? Do I have to save it in a difficult place?

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The iOS11 update ‘files’ thing. I’m so (easily) confused.

Let’s say I’ve got a PDF that I am annotating. I’ve got it open in my iPad and adding annotation. Can I save that to the files and then open it with the annotations in my phone to keep annotating it? Do I have to save it in a difficult place?


Not used this but just had a look..

When I opened it I was presented with my Cloud storage (OneDrive and ICloud)

I opened up a PDF from Onedrive and used the pen to make some lines on it to test :)

I then clicked done and the changes were not saved

So I tried again then I found a save button and was offered to save the file on my Iphone (which didn't work) or my ICloud drive.

I saved it to ICloud and this time when I opened the file from there the changes were saved. I then added some more lines and just clicked done and these 2nd changes saved also

So looks like if you use ICloud for saving then it will work, not sure why I can't save to the phone, its a work one so has some management profiles on and may be blocked dure to this.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 15:59 
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The iOS11 update ‘files’ thing. I’m so (easily) confused.

Let’s say I’ve got a PDF that I am annotating. I’ve got it open in my iPad and adding annotation. Can I save that to the files and then open it with the annotations in my phone to keep annotating it? Do I have to save it in a difficult place?


Not used this but just had a look..

When I opened it I was presented with my Cloud storage (OneDrive and ICloud)

I opened up a PDF from Onedrive and used the pen to make some lines on it to test :)

I then clicked done and the changes were not saved

So I tried again then I found a save button and was offered to save the file on my Iphone (which didn't work) or my ICloud drive.

I saved it to ICloud and this time when I opened the file from there the changes were saved. I then added some more lines and just clicked done and these 2nd changes saved also

So looks like if you use ICloud for saving then it will work, not sure why I can't save to the phone, its a work one so has some management profiles on and may be blocked dure to this.


Thank you! Yes, I’ve just tried that and it seems to be working, which will be a big help for me so I can pick up work from where I left off on my iPad and continue wherever. Cheers!! X

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Are they ever going to do a new iPad Mini??!


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Are they ever going to do a new iPad Mini??!

Unlikely at this point. The demand just isn’t there given the trend for huge phablets.

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Are they ever going to do a new iPad Mini??!

Unlikely at this point. The demand just isn’t there given the trend for huge phablets.


Which is a shame as I think the Mini is the perfect form factor for me, but I don't think there's enough of a jump from the Mini 2 to 4 to justify an upgrade.


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My current phone is an 8 Plus.

Tonight I wiped and reset an Ipad Air 2, once it had finished the wipe and had arrived at the "Hello Screen" I was invited to bring my iPhone closer...!?

So I did and the newly wiped Ipad took settings from my phone and set its self up.

I was required to take a picture of a graphic the Ipad showed with my phone, enter my iPhone lock code and finally enter my Apple ID password on the Ipad.

Wasn't 100% hands-free but a big improvement.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 0:11 
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Are they ever going to do a new iPad Mini??!

Unlikely at this point. The demand just isn’t there given the trend for huge phablets.


Which is a shame as I think the Mini is the perfect form factor for me, but I don't think there's enough of a jump from the Mini 2 to 4 to justify an upgrade.


I got bored of waiting for a new iPad mini, and ordered one of the 2018 iPads.
Going from an A7 to A10 processor with twice the RAM means it feels a hell of a lot snappier, and I can still get quite a good price for a 128GB mini on eBay.

The only problem is that it seems quite hard to find a third party Smart Cover that doesn't have a rear case as well, and I'm not sure I can bring myself to pay £39 for the genuine item. They used to be plentiful when I last had a full size tablet.


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When is the new iPhone out??

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When is the new iPhone out??

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I still don't really know how to use my MacBook Air properly.

But I really do like how quickly it loads up and shuts down.

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The XR looks nice but I’d still struggle to justify the cost to replace my perfectly acceptable 6S.


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The iPhone XS? Capitalism just parodies itself these days.

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The iPhone XS? Capitalism just parodies itself these days.


Apparently they want people to pronounce it 'ten ess'; maybe to stop people noticing that.


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I mean it doesn't stop me wanting an XR, but it's a pipedream unless I win the lottery somehow despite not playing it.

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Amazing that the $999/£999 phone appears to have been normalised.

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Amazing that the $999/£999 phone appears to have been normalised.

We all know where this ends.

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I'm too balls-deep in Android and the wider Google ecosystem to ever switch, I reckon.

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I'm too balls-deep in Android and the wider Google ecosystem to ever switch, I reckon.

I thought that about Apple, but it was actually quite painless. Although I'll be switching back if I can ever afford it.

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I'm too balls-deep in Android and the wider Google ecosystem to ever switch, I reckon.


I switch all the time, it's no great stress.

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Amazing that the $999/£999 phone appears to have been normalised.

Depends what you mean by normalised. The mass market device Apple announced yesterday is the £749 iPhone XR; that’s the one that’s gonna sell. Hats normal. And it’s almost the equal of last year’s £1000 iPhone X, too. The more expensive models are for rich folks and nerds.


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Amazing that the $999/£999 phone appears to have been normalised.

Depends what you mean by normalised. The mass market device Apple announced yesterday is the £749 iPhone XR; that’s the one that’s gonna sell. Hats normal. And it’s almost the equal of last year’s £1000 iPhone X, too. The more expensive models are for rich folks and nerds.


It does raise the question of whether an X or XR is the better buy at the same price.


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Do you mean a preowned or discounted old stock X? Because Apple discontinued the X yesterday. The range now is XR - XS - XS Max.

The XR is 95% if the phone for 75% the price. I’m not saying it’s cheap, but I do think it’s comparatively good value and I think it’ll sell very well.


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I actually think having the XR in colour, but not the premium models could be a misstep by Apple. I can well imagine a lot of people who are swung by the colour options over the OLED option, and going to thre cheaper phone. I think it’s highly unlikely that the cost difference plus Apple standard margin on the screen is genuinely representative of the price difference.

Also it’s unusual that the Max has no additional features other than larger screen and battery. Previously the Plus has ‘other stuff’ to recommend it over the standard model (generally camera based).


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I wonder if they'll introduce a new SE, using the basic design of the 8 but with all the new features and upgrades specs of the X (or XR). For I dunno $500-600.


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Do you mean a preowned or discounted old stock X? Because Apple discontinued the X yesterday. The range now is XR - XS - XS Max.

The XR is 95% if the phone for 75% the price. I’m not saying it’s cheap, but I do think it’s comparatively good value and I think it’ll sell very well.


I’ve seen a few “new” X for sale for around £7-750. Some might be of suspect provenance, but there’s bound to be legit ones available too.

To be honest, I think I like the colours on the XR anyway, but it’s another option.


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Was it ever stated what the 'R' represents?

Come to think of it, was it ever properly announced what the 'S' stands for?


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In a shop in the US earlier, where a friend was checking out the new iPhones. "Is the X worth it?" She asked. "Weeeell," he said, "$1,000 is too much for a phone". That poor salesman.

He did qualify it by saying if you could afford it, then it was excellent. So he covered both bases nicely.


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Finally got my expenses sorted for a work phone. Been looking at the iPhone 7 128g £370, and 8 64g £420.

Is the 8 worth the extra £50?

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Finally got my expenses sorted for a work phone. Been looking at the iPhone 7 128g £370, and 8 64g £420.

Is the 8 worth the extra £50?

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£50 to get a newer generation of phone? That's a no-brainer surely. Well assuming you don't need the 128GB of space, but I assume you wouldn't even be considering it if you did.


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64GB is just about enough these days. If it's a work phone I don't expect you'll be storing a lot on there, so I'd go with the 8.

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Really really fed up with the Samsung S8 so decided to spend some of my matched betting funds on a new iPhone XR 128GB in red! My first luxury purchase in almost a year, so I don't feel too bad about it.

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