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  • ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

    not sure if anyone here has seen this one or shared it before but perhaps there is still hope seems fairly doubtful at this point but it appears the real issue at least according to apple was security:

     

    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5400

  • etresoft Level 7 Level 7

    Good catch!

     

    I'm still working on my RSS feed reader. I seem to be a bit stuck with my current architecture and I'm going to try doing much more with HTML. If this idea works out, I may be able to get feeds back into Safari.

  • Darren Pullman Level 1 Level 1

    I'll add my voice to this. I've left feedback requesting the return of RSS.

  • dembow Level 1 Level 1

    How is this in any way related to the subject?! I will report this as spam!

  • nybe Level 1 Level 1

    he developed RSS 1.0 at the age of 14...

     

    read up.

  • AppleSean Level 1 Level 1

    Can anyone confirm that he committed suicide due to Apple's pulling of RSS from Safari and iOS? It would be most unfortunate, if that is the case. Depression is difficult, and removing RSS has certainly been hard on all of us.

  • ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

    that's awful and hilarious at the same time.

     

     

  • danielcallen Level 1 Level 1

    I have same issue! But found this good app:

    http://netnewswireapp.com/mac

    Which automatically takes you to NetNewsWire app when you go to a RSS feed and you can subscribe to it.

    You sign in with your google account - then all you subscriptions are synced to Google Reader!

    ATB
    Daniel

  • neil456 Level 1 Level 1

    I thought that Safari was important and used it a lot.  But since RSS has been removed from Safari, I have been using Vienna. What I discovered is that I no longer need Safari.  It was actually me thinking I needed Safari as a browser that was the problem.  Thank you Apple for forcing me to understand that I no longer need Safari any more because I can browse the web directly from Vienna and I don't have to switch applications to have a consistent experience using RSS feeds.

     

    The really sad thing is that I find myself abandoning more and more apple software.  At some point if Apple does not get it, I'll be running different hardware. 

  • ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

    well put. call me a hopeless optimist but i'm still hoping that jony ive can restore some of that sense of UX perfection that we all came to know and love under jobs.

  • CT Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.notebooks
    Notebooks

    I think your shift key is broken.

  • ubernaut Level 1 Level 1

    NOPE

  • Glen M Level 2 Level 2

    • No innovation - no excitement.

    • Valid reasons for their products’ premium pricing is vanishing.

    • Dropping servers.

    • Dropping power computing.

    • Dropping enterprise support.

    • Dropping Pro apps.

    • Kowtowing to the volatile teen social networks, and trying to pass it off as the “innovation” they are missing.

     

    These  issues are compounded by the worsening of customer service and tech support (stores AND phone) as well as the noticeable reduction in quality as well as quality control itself. The .mac, .me, mobileme, icloud insanity has me with at least 6 different logins for support, developer and app updates. The insanity is caused by Apple’s customer service solution “just create another account”. It is impossible for me to believe that such a huge computer company like Apple couldn’t combine accounts - they’re either too stupid or they don’t care [smells like MS in here].

     

    Who could have possibly predicted Microsoft’s resurgence would have been caused by Apple’s mismanagement in customer service, retail stores and mostly from an obvious apathy towards any true innovation.

     

    When my Mac dies, it may be the end of my interest in computers in general; Apple killed it. Being a computer tech / electronics engineer, this is a big deal. So, if you see a Yankee hiking across GB, avoiding large cities, with just a £20 phone and a large smile, say "hi!"

     

     

    The king has died, the magic is gone, and Camelot has become just another crumbling ancient castle on the tourist maps.

  • CT Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.notebooks
    Notebooks

    Can't confirm.

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