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ALRIGHT

WHAT FUCKING DUMBASS AT APPLE DECIDED THAT YOUR AIRPODS SHOULD PAIR WITH YOUR

CLOSED

FUCKING

MACBOOK

INSTEAD OF YOUR ACTIVELY SEARCHING IPHONE

PRODUCT MANAGERS ARE SHIT

DEVELOPERS ARE SHIT

THE WORST IS KNOWING THEY ALL EARN EASILY 6 FIGURES

AND ARE ABSOLUTE GARBAGE AT EVERYTHING

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  • 21
    Well, at least they paired with _your_ macbook...
  • 3
    That is actually a general MacBook/OSX issue. When it sleeps it still fucking activity does BT. And any bt headphones link up with what they where last actively connected to. It's super annoying.

    At least they finally fixed the display switch connection loss issue. Used to be if you connect, disconnect had a usbc cable hitch to an external display your BT headset still is connected but no audio goes over it anymore until you disconnect and reconnect.
  • 4
    Name checks out
    FullstackChri_sis_
  • 3
    meanwhile, there is a war going on....

    Automate this shit. hook it to the sleep event, and BT off.
  • 5
    When I'm on the stairs going out and pairing earphones to phone, they get paired to the macbook upstairs instead.
  • 8
    The official Apple solution is to: buy another set of airpods.
  • 3
    @magicMirror: There are literally too much conflicts going on right at this moment than i could memorize if i really wanted to.

    But "luckily", Wikipedia has a list of them: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

    Some are actual wars. The war in Yemen currently seems to involve the most foreign nations having actual boots on the ground.

    To someone living in one of the "conflict" zones (not all are actual wars), reincarnation might actually look like a really cruel concept. There isn't just _a_ war going on. The world is on fire right now - and we also got that ongoing terraforming project that literally warms up the planet even further.

    Also, the current state of the world isn't even special in any way. Multiple wars going on around the world seems to be the norm no matter how far you look back...

    Sorry, had to dump that.

    So how would you automate that on a mac? I am sure, @Floydimus would be interested in that too.
  • 2
    You're holding them wrong
  • 1
    @Demolishun 1st world problems, 1st world dystopia.

    Third world marketing.
  • 2
    literally never an issue with my shit. What the fuck luck y'all have with your hardware ffs
  • 0
    That’s weird. Once paired, mine are always automatically connect to both my MacBook and my iPhone, seamlessly. Basically, I pull them out, put them on, press play on whatever of these two devices and music plays
  • 0
    @hjk101 you can disable that in settings. This is called “power nap” and you can disable it
  • 0
    "WHAT FUCKING DUMBASS"

    the one that thinks different, naturally
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