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iTunes now supports the ability to sync your favorite music, movies, and more to devices with iOS 8. For information on the security content. I go into the iTunes store and click under quick links, and the iTunes Radio only goes back to my Library and doesn't have a tab up top for the.
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Paul says:. Kyle says:. Dreadolph says:. Roger says:. Their revenue depends on happy customers continuing to buy their hardware devices. Ask yourself this: why on earth would Sonos make a gratuitous decision to abandon support for an OS platform unless there was a valid reason to do so?
As an aside, I've been on this board and its forebears for getting on for 8 years and it never ceases to amaze me how often the blame for the consequences of Apple's business strategies are laid at Sonos' door. Can Apple do no wrong, ever? But any business which doesn't care quite quickly ceases to be a business. I agree Sonos likely made a business decision. The decision to deactivate old computers like mine are all about revenue.
Not as many are affected and most will not complain so it will likely go without consequence to their bottom line. But I still have a right to be critical, even if I'm a minority. I loved my Sonos system until about a week ago. As with many people my age, it brought music back into my life. I recommended the products to several people who eventually bought them. But I won't do that again. Have you spoken to Sonos? They may be able to offer you some practical advice. They won't be able to make your Mac work on Snow Leopard As has been mentioned it would definitely be worth looking ot obtain a hand held device to control your Sonos - you might even learn to love your Sonos in a whole new way.
Decision to move forward. It's done they were required to leave it behind and it is gone forever. You can complain but the facts won't change. Is End of I emailed Sonos customer support first. Only option is to upgrade. I have other devices but I use my desktop a lot. It's easier for me to search for new music on my desktop. I often work at home and it's easy to control my listening on my desktop when I'm working. It's convenience thing for me. And habit. I'm old and old habits are hard to break. Old people like me get cranky when you mess with routines.
If it was a technical decision to abandon If it was a business decision it was based on the disproportionate cost of having to maintain specific development resource to support an obsolete OS for a minority of customers on account of that OS's lack of compatibility with later versions. Either way it's technical, and Apple -- or your reluctance to update the OS -- is the issue. I agree.
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