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        woody
        Da Boss

        Here’s the original post: Went to update payment info, showed me some random persons full credit card info and billing address As the title says. I we
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        EP
        AskWoody_MVP

        what did I say about not rushing out and installing iOS 13 and treating this like a new win10 feature update, woody?

        recent report of an unrelated problem of iOS 13 breaking certain games on the iphone:
        https://news.softpedia.com/news/ios-13-breaks-down-some-of-the-most-popular-iphone-games-right-now-527510.shtml

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        Geo
        AskWoody Lounger

        Leo Laporte in his review also says not to install 13. Allows a hacker to see your contacts without unlocking the phone.  Leo got the iPhone 11 Pro Max | The Tech Guy

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        Alex5723
        AskWoody Plus

        what did I say about not rushing out and installing iOS 13 and treating this like a new win10 feature update, woody?

        recent report of an unrelated problem of iOS 13 breaking certain games on the iphone:
        https://news.softpedia.com/news/ios-13-breaks-down-some-of-the-most-popular-iphone-games-right-now-527510.shtml

        I have run all iOS 13 betas and all iOS 13.1 betas on both iPhone Max and iPad 10.5 Pro without any bugs,…

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        • #1962569 Reply
          Geo
          AskWoody Lounger

          I put a freeze on my credit reports even though I don’ t have an I Phone.

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            anonymous
            Guest

            There ought to be a federal regulation that allows anyone to walk into their local Bank Branch and present their ID and customer credentials and have their credit files locked at all of the credit reporting agencies. And kept locked until the person comes back in to unlock them.

            Also all credit reporting companies/credit bureaus should be forced to keep offices in every state capitol so folks can go there in person and fix any errant records.

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        Myst
        AskWoody Plus

        I’m not too concerned with iOS 13 potential problems but waiting for 13.1 anyway. Never in too much of a rush when a new update comes out, especially when it’s a major update like with 13. Zap a few bugs and we’re good to go with the fix.

        Win7 SP1 Home x64, MacOS / Chromebook

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