Yeah, @MWF, stop that!A friend of mine does that with Telegram, it's incredibly annoying. You write something, it takes a day or so until he opens up the app and actually receives the message, and then you have about a 10 second window to actually have a conversation before he's closed it again. Some apps (or at least some features) should plain not work without background data enabled, and inform the user correspondingly.
I bought a 27" iMac back in 2011, I think. Base model plus the 256GB BTO SSD. Paid through the nose for it, but it was the best computer I've ever had. It was on my desk and powered on 24/7 from the moment I unboxed it until I sold it, except for an hour when I opened it in 2017 or so to clean the fans. I sold it when it became apparent that Apple would drop support for it in the new macOS. I would probably still be using it, but I like being able to run the newest software.So, lately I've been contemplating what'd be the best option for me to get a computer for uni work, and out of curisoity, I went to an authorised Apple reseller asking whether they offered a back-to-school discount on 27" iMacs.
Dude that iPhone 11 Pro Max had me reaching for my wallet until I rememebered my employer will just hand me the team's Xs Max once the contract is done (and it will have at least 3 more years of support then) and even if they don't my 6S is good for another year.Apple continues to make stuff that makes me want to spend money.
I have the Xs so much less tempted by the 11 than you, however seeing as how I commute by train and spend that time either watching shows or listening to podcasts good comfortable headphones are very much a must.Dude that iPhone 11 Pro Max had me reaching for my wallet until I rememebered my employer will just hand me the team's Xs Max once the contract is done (and it will have at least 3 more years of support then) and even if they don't my 6S is good for another year.