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Jan
28
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
26
comment How to remove only News from Siri Suggestions
Bummer. Is there at least a way to configure what news items it shows? It seems to ignore all my favorites and show me constant terrorism and politics
Dec
26
asked How to remove only News from Siri Suggestions
Dec
9
comment What is the difference between a `service-name` and a `service-target`?
Is there a way to go from the service "label" or PID displayed by launchchtl list to the "service-target" without trying all of these possible domains?
Oct
21
awarded  Yearling
Oct
4
revised What does the dynamic global hostname option in sharing settings do?
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Oct
4
answered What does the dynamic global hostname option in sharing settings do?
Jul
25
comment Can I use one Apple ID for Apple Music and another for iTunes & App Store?
You lost at me at "shared drive" and I started shaking at "iTunes". :) I'm hoping for a zero maintenance iOS only solution. I'm very lazy.
Jul
25
comment Can I use one Apple ID for Apple Music and another for iTunes & App Store?
Yeah, maybe you're right. I hadn't even realized I was dismissing that option until I thought it thru. The thing is you can have multiple Apple IDs logged in at the same time for other services. There's three logins: iTunes & App Store, iCloud, and FaceTime, and they can all be different from each other. It feels like Podcasts and Apple Music preferences should be based on iCloud but, alas, it is not.
Jul
25
comment Can I use one Apple ID for Apple Music and another for iTunes & App Store?
Because as near as I can tell, there is just one login field, "iTunes & App Store", and that determines both the iTunes purchase identity and the Apple Music preference identity. So the only way to use one ID for purchasing, and the other for Apple Music, is if you logout/login/logout every single time you want to make a purchase. I guess I'm excluding that option out of hand, as too much of a pain.
Jul
25
awarded  Commentator
Jul
25
comment Can I use one Apple ID for Apple Music and another for iTunes & App Store?
What you describe is a way that I can share music and app purchases using a shared Apple ID. I know that. That's the effect I get by using a shared Apple ID to login to "iTunes & App Store". But my question is about Apple Music, the new streaming service. I don't want to use a shared ID for that, because I don't want preference and playlist information to be shared. Or am I confused? (BTW, the reason I'm trying to avoid Family Sharing is because it doesn't let you share certain apps or any in-app purchases.)
Jul
25
asked Can I use one Apple ID for Apple Music and another for iTunes & App Store?
Jul
18
comment Can I share HBO Now or Netflix while using iCloud Family Sharing?
Ah, looks like it does... So you can pay for a subscription with an AppleID, but your HBO now subscription identity is separate from the payment identity...
Jul
18
comment Can I share HBO Now or Netflix while using iCloud Family Sharing?
Thanks. But I'm still a bit puzzled. Let's take HBO Now for example. If I subscribe to HBO Now via the iTunes Store using the HBO Now app (not using the HBO now website), then I am authorizing the payment using my AppleID/password, which I used to login to the iTunes Store. But someone else, say my wife, will be using a different AppleID on her device, so how can she use the subcription. Does the HBO Now app generate a separate user/pass pair, that we can share?
Jul
18
asked Can I share HBO Now or Netflix while using iCloud Family Sharing?
Jul
13
comment Download entire iTunes purchase history as CSV file
Yup, that will work for figuring out the total spend. But only iTunes (only Apple...) can provide the per purchase information needed to identify in-app purchases and to distinguish music from app purchases. Seems like the only way is screen scraping, which is another way of saying I'm out of luck...
Jul
13
comment Download entire iTunes purchase history as CSV file
Yes. I want to figure out how much money I've been spending monthly since 2007 on this stuff. Second, I want to inventory all purchases I've made that will not be shareable via iCloud family sharing, which excludes in-app purchases and non-shareable apps among other things.
Jul
13
awarded  Student
Jul
13
asked Download entire iTunes purchase history as CSV file