Only about 35% of the global population have broadband connectivity and even those who have it, may have to pay horrific bills for data usage. iTunes works just fine between my iOS7 on iPhone 5 and ML latest updates. It is when I need to sync my NOTES that I am forced through the cloud and that irks me. Internet World Stats
A Mac user from USA said he/she could not understand this predicament and I ended up saying "there is a whole world outside the US, a life beyond New York." Systems developers seem to believe that just about everybody have broadband. That is a very wrong perception as the actual figure is well below 35%.
Is there a workaround or an app that does NOTES via wireless direct or USB?
My Macbook Pro tells me that, as far as Bluetooth is concerned, my iPhone 5 is an "unsupported device."
This new and unexpected frustration with Apple is something that irks others, not just me.
Not even a small amount of data can be sync'ed wen the signal is random. What is so hard to understand about this or is this rocket science? No data carrier = no data carried??
My word, a cheap Nokia and a cheap Windows laptop does thus automatically when paired via Bluetooth, but big old Apple is going astray through a nonexistent cloud that its own loyal followers find to difficult to comprehend?
Even down in New Zealand, an IT professional complains about this. Apple needs to WAKE UP!!
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