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Topic # 223403 27-Sep-2017 20:03
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The fact that Apps arent in iTunes any more is really upsetting me. I dont really like doing too many searches/typing on iphone.


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  Reply # 1873829 27-Sep-2017 20:15
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In Myanmar, the Rohingya minority are being persecuted to the point of genocide.




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  Reply # 1882082 11-Oct-2017 21:35
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  Reply # 1882152 11-Oct-2017 22:14
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1eStar: Apple quietly heard you apparently

https://www.theverge.com/2017/10/9/16446572/apple-itunes-12-6-3-app-support


 

Was a silly move..especially for those of us with only smaller iphones.


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  Reply # 1882156 11-Oct-2017 22:30
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BlinkyBill: In Myanmar, the Rohingya minority are being persecuted to the point of genocide.


@BlinkyBill What has this got to do with iTunes / App store?

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  Reply # 1882194 12-Oct-2017 06:57
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BlinkyBill: In Myanmar, the Rohingya minority are being persecuted to the point of genocide.


@BlinkyBill What has this got to do with iTunes / App store?

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One can only assume it's a reference to first world problems.

Surely that didn't really fly over your head.

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  Reply # 1882195 12-Oct-2017 07:00
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BlinkyBill: In Myanmar, the Rohingya minority are being persecuted to the point of genocide.


@BlinkyBill What has this got to do with iTunes / App store?

Linux


One can only assume it's a reference to first world problems.

Surely that didn't really fly over your head.


No it did not fly over my head

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