I wanted to setup Tile with Smart Alerts so I bought premium and went to configure it on an iPhone 7 Pro with iOS 13.4
Ok so off to change the settings…
Umm – where my Tile permissions at? Let’s keep looking…
No permissions here
And no permissions here /
So where do we end up? Stuck at the First permission screen without access to the Smart Alerts. Not a good start for Premium features…
The plot thickens!
Ok, so here I have attempted to send screenshots over the premium support message number – however they haven’t appeared to enable MMS on the number (lazy) and start telling me to go fill out a form on the website. Wait a second? I thought this was premium support! So I push for an email address and they refuse. At this point I decide its time for this review.
I would not recommend this service at this time and I will be cancelling it until premium support actually means premium not go fill out the public form. They couldn’t even supply an email for contact or receive MMS so why even bother with SMS? Seems a new idea not thought through very well.
Here are some of the reasons the iPad Pro has failed to live up to expectations.
1. No 1080p or 4k video support on YouTube. Due to licensing issues Safari, nor any other browser can display even a 1080p video on YouTube. For a device that costs as much as this, this is unacceptable.
2. Uninstalling pre-installed apps. This may be a complaint towards the operating system more so than the device, but once again Apple suprises us all. Apps uninstall themselves! Magically. With no warning, Apple started uninstalling apps to make room for new content and never have to warn the user of disk space. Sounds like a great idea until you are offline somwhere and go to use an app you believed was on your device when in fact it was removed!