I have to run a 40-hour print and I don’t know when to start so that the “I’m out of filament! Feeeed meee!” beeps don’t happen in the middle of the night.
I’ve tried setting the OS region to “United States” and I still couldn’t edit routines but a ‘Broadcast’ button appeared (why? what does that have to do with my region?) and remained even after I reverted to France (double why?!).
Due to some combination of my region and language settings and maybe my location, I can’t set up routines in Google Home. Why is this a thing? Why should the app care about any of these (except possibly language, but I’ve set it to English) in order to show the ‘Routines’ button?
Like the phone is saying, hey I wouldn’t want to automatically unlock your Watch in case you were about to enter the wrong code. So go on and try to use your puny human memory and sausage fingers, I’m watching you, I’ll just wait until you stop trying and then I’ll immediately unlock it 🤖
The world through iPhone 13 Pro Max sensors (Shibuya, 23rd Nov)
You’ve just got to accept nowadays that engineers will start optimizing their software for the new hardware capabilities (in this case, processing power and mic quality, I expect) and older devices will inevitably fall by the wayside 🤷🏻♂️