The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

September 20th, 2012

@stolton @gruber @danielpunkass Real-world usage data will help, but I think there’s lots Apple could have done without that, given time.

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@danielpunkass @gruber Is Google trying to get people to use Google services (and possibly see their ads)? Or their Android platform?

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@gruber @danielpunkass That’s my theory as well. Which makes Apple’s move curious. Seems like they could have waited a year and shipped 2.0.

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@danielpunkass @StephenFleming Unless you subscribe to the theory that Google wants to withhold their maps entirely for competitive reasons.

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@danielpunkass @StephenFleming It seems unlikely to me that Google forced Apple’s hand given that the Google Maps app isn’t ready yet.

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@danielpunkass And it’s not even like Final Cut Pro where you could at least keep the old version installed.

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@danielpunkass I agree that they *can*. But they had something 5.x that was very good and threw it away in favor of a very rough 1.0.

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@danielpunkass Looks like I interpreted your second part in a different way than you meant.

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@paulhagstrom I don’t expect quick fixes, either; they’ve been working on both for a while. I’ll likely stay on iOS 5 until Google Maps app.

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@danielpunkass I agree with the first part. Second part doesn’t seem to be very true, especially with iOS.

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@paulhagstrom Podcasts also has laggy scrolling, even on a 4S.

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@paulhagstrom Podcasts (even 1.1) is a total disaster as far as I can see. Some 3rd apps that are good, but they don’t sync with iTunes.

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@danielpunkass It’s not just the data; it’s the amount of detail.

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How many more updates before I stop having to manually delete Mail’s .emlx files so it doesn’t display attachments as inline Base64 text?

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@chockenberry Even better: on a crappy connection, Android supports cached Google Maps. iOS doesn’t. Not sure whose fault, but it sucks.

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@chockenberry Hasn’t Google Maps used vectors on Android for years now?

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I don’t mean to be a buzzkill, but as a user Paranorama seems to be the only feature I want in iOS 6. Maps and Podcasts are downgraded.

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