Seed stage design tools, low code/no code software, and/or collaboration tools are getting $10 on $40m term sheets.— Bilal Zuberi (@bznotes) August 21, 2019
Not an isolated case.
Shows their bullishness on these spaces. And some FOMO.
When I reached out (and after a considerable and unnecessary run-around), Apple declined to comment.— Zack Whittaker (@zackwhittaker) December 4, 2019
Someone might want to remind Apple that its recent ad slogan was literally, "What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone." https://t.co/Rza0PMhPFk
FWIW, tried to dig into this and replicate.— Will Strafach (@chronic) December 5, 2019
it is very likely that it is something locally which does not have an exposed switch, no evidence of data sent to remote servers.
begs the question: why does Apple not answer for this directly? https://t.co/5Ht2hA30CR
it would be totally acceptable, in my view, to respond:— Will Strafach (@chronic) December 5, 2019
“This was due to the XXXX daemon pulling information from CoreLocation, which does not have a switch to disable in the Settings app. We will add this in a future update in order to resolve any user confusion.”