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Wall-E was my all-time fav Pixar movie. Well-deserving of this nod.
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There’s so much lack of understanding I don’t even know where to begin. You do t even understand the concept of a standard. When there is a specification designed and agreed upon, it becomes a standard set in stone. For example USB 2.0. Then devices are built and certified for that standard. If they decide to improve USB, they don’t just improve it and that’s it. No, they have created a new standard that has a new name. USB 3.0. Devices that are USB 2.0 certified most likely will not be certified 3.0. The standard invented decades ago was sms and mms. A newer standard is now rcs. But Apple refuses to support the new standard. Which means for an iPhone to communicate with the rest of the world, you need some kind of standard and that chosen standard by Apple is sms/mms. Which means every time you text a non iPhone user you’re saying that security is not an issue.
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Then you support zero security because that’s what happens when an iPhone communicates with the rest of the world. The default (because of Apple) is sms/mms.
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I don’t think you actually know. You prob just read it somewhere and take it as gospel
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They do operate together. I use android messages. They use Samsung messages. It is an rcs chat. They can send me videos, photos, have read receipts, can thumbs up, etc.
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What are some markets? I live in the United States. I have some friends with s21 and the fold z. And the app is certainly called Samsung messages and communicates with rcs with my android messages.
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Who told you this? Samsung messages can speak with android messages in rcs. No problem. Verizon customers can talk with these in rcs. No problem.
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I turn the argument around with iPhone users. They wonder why they can’t send high quality videos and images to non-iPhone users. And I straight up tell them it’s because they have iPhones. If they had Android, we could all have high quality video and photos. Which is completely true too. Until both sides can settle on a common standard that is not SMS/MMS, that’s the truth. I can’t send you high quality videos and photos because you have an iPhone.
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Both Microsoft and Samsung contributed a ton in Android 12L. If you actually used one you would know.