Ok, here's a technical question for all of you iPhone lovers.  My wife has one of these devices and just tried to download a 'free' app from the AppStore that accompanies a memory stick that I got her for Christmas (because the iPhone doesn't have a lot of storage for photos, etc).  Every time she tries to 'install' the 'free' app, she gets asked for her credit card number and it will not accept 'none' as a form of payment.  What now?  I'm curious how many of you have given Apple your credit card number.


-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Crossman <steve@...>
To: futurebasic <futurebasic@...>
Sent: Fri, Mar 17, 2017 8:39 am
Subject: Re: [FB] [OT]{XFB] Malware pre-installed on Android devices

I only have one to test our web sites and cloud portal

never trust one to put my credit card number in

> On Mar 17, 2017, at 9:24 AM, Bernie <bernie.fblist@...> wrote:
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> Nothing to apologise for, IMO. I wouldn't have an Android device either.
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> Bernie
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>> On 17 Mar 2017, at 12:58, Peter Boyle <paboyle1703@...> wrote:
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>> Ok you lot, I apologize. I don’t write for phones or tablets.
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>> Peter Boyle
>> paboyle1703@...
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>>> On Mar 16, 2017, at 20:12, SVanVoorst via futurebasic <futurebasic@...> wrote:
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>>>> Who would have an Android device when iPhone is available?
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>>> I would. Try writing an app for iPhone that uses classic bluetooth. Plus you don't have to pay Apple one hundred dollars for the privilege and jump through hoops to code sign it.
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