Coco is enjoying the Sunday sun.
Amazon announced the new service, confusingly named Snowmobile, at its Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week. It’s designed to shuttle as many as 100 petabytes–around 100,000 terabytes–per truck. That’s enough storage to hold five copies of the Internet Archive (a comprehensive backup of the web both present and past), which contains “only” about 18.5 petabytes of unique data.
This is a long video for what it is. But I like it in its entirety because you can see Coco’s thought processes. Coco likes to use Godfrey as a bed warmer. When he wants the warm bed he’ll wrestle Godfrey for it. Godfrey doesn’t really care because he just likes to play. I don’t think there’s been a time when he’s lost the battle.
Below is a video made by my wife that shows what happens to her in-car entertainment system when her iPhone 7 Plus is connected to it via Bluetooth. The problem is not with iOS 10 as she experimented with connecting her iPhone 6S Plus which also has iOS 10 installed.
I just saw today that BMW owners are having similar issues. Hopefully this is a simple software fix that Apple can push to users and not something that needs to be fixed on the automaker’s side. If that’s the case I fear the problem will be ongoing for quite some time.
Here are some other links describing the problem others are having.