I took a quick look and found it mostly accurate. From E.T.'s Keyboard... ancient.ali...@icloud.com Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality.| --Carl Sagan
On 7/10/2018 9:07 PM, Mary Otten wrote:
If you go into settings, general, iPhone storage, you will see a list of apps and how much space they and their associated data are using. You will also see a date when Apple claims the app was last used. This data is wildly in accurate in the case of me and my phone. It has apps that I use on an almost daily basis as having not been used in months. What the hell is up here? How does apple get this data and how can it be so incredibly wrong? Mary Sent from my iPhone
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