Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.

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“The software is functioning as intended,” said Amber.
“Wait,” I asked, “so it’s supposed to delete my personal files from my internal hard drive without asking my permission?”
“Yes,” she replied.

Angry man crashing laptop Maybe I’m Not Pressing the Keys Hard Enough.

I had just explained to Amber that 122 GB of music files were missing from my laptop. I’d already visited the online forum, I said, and they were no help. Although several people had described problems similar to mine, they were all dismissed by condescending “gurus” who simply said that we had mislocated our files (I had the free drive space to prove that wasn’t the case) or that we must have accidentally deleted the files ourselves (we hadn’t). Amber explained that I should blow off these dismissive “solutions” offered online because Apple employees don’t officially use the forums—evidently, that honor is reserved for lost, frustrated people like me, and (at…

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2 thoughts on “Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.

  1. i have no sympathy for apple users. this is why i buy CDs, amazon also removed books from some european woman’s kindle. i forget which service but they remove movies you “bought” from your library when they lose the streaming rights. (also why i buy dvds)

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    1. I tend to buy DVD’s as well. There are independent titles that are sometimes very hard to find that require downloading. For this though I will put it on an external hard drive. Which is what I did with my music as well

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