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Fear not: watchOS 10.3 update is safe
It doesn't delete Apple Watch's Blood Oxygen app.
To continue selling the latest Apple Watches after losing a major court case, Apple resorted to deleting the Blood Oxygen app at the center of the dispute.
There was a lot of speculation that Apple might also delete the app on current watches, most likely through a watchOS update.
Well, don’t worry: Apple just released watchOS 10.3, and it’s safe to install. It won’t disappear your Blood Oxygen app.
Also in today’s newsletter:
The latest Apple car update doesn’t sound encouraging. Scale back your expectations accordingly.
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Ok, I'm a bit pissed off at Apple.
It appears that you CANNOT extend your Macbook with the Apple Vision Pro with more screens.
It only mirrors your current screen. That's it. Everything else around you is an iPad app.
Kinda disappointing and frankly highly misleading. twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
— Lucas Rizzotto (@_LucasRizzotto)
Jan 23, 2024
People love to mock the $19 Apple Polishing Cloth, but it is genuinely the only thing I have seen that can just instantly eliminate any smudge.
And, it’s not just me: my mom, who is very “average consumer”, bought one and loves it for the same reason.
— 🅳🆈🅻🅰🅽 (@DylanMcD8)
Jan 23, 2024
One more thing ...
I’ve learned over the years that when you have really good people you don’t have to baby them. By expecting them to do great things, you can get them to do great things.
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