Apple feedback and notes export

I want apple feedback contextually accessible in every interface element in every app, so that you can get the best improvements to make in your os and software as feedback appears not to be working, very time you release an os you seem to make things worse, start listening to the largest HCI base you have your users worldwide.

Notes app needs and export all notes function in one hit to plaintext documents

I don’t want to waste my time copying and pasting notes out of the notes app ? which is an appalling waste of human time when multiplied by the number of users,
if you have lots of notes each containing multi thousand word bits of information, and exporting my data for backup from the programs I use is an essential thing, why would i trust that a company or a service or software would be there indefinately ? data is portable and should remain portable and use open source agreed formats and standards, exportable by the user into data formats relevant for them, notes should export ino a series of plaintext documents at minimum in one hit, so that we are covered if something bad happens. in a future war data centers might be a prime target at that point, just as television and radio stations were in the past.

What HiFi the worlds most trusted tech reviews ?

Andrew … stop binarising the arguments, its not 4K v 3D, if people are going to adopt passive 3D en masse then it sneeds to be full resolution HD passive 3D, Wake me up when there is some middle ground between 720p passive 3D (ie not LG’s fudged honest its Full HD3D) and £25,000 worth of television, im looking at this article, not because I want 4k, but what I want is Passive 3D at full HD no fudging, (And I dont want active 3D) and only want to pay a couple of hundred more than a standard passive 3D 720p model. Any overpaid footballer t***s reading this go buy one so the price comes down for the rest of us.
Also I think you forgot to append to your strapline “THE WORLD MOST TRUSTED TECH REVIEWS” with the words ‘for people who dont question anything’, REVENGE: I was once on the What Hi Fi Couch, and it left me permanently scarred as to how print journalism was done, I certainly think at What Hi Fi, your major bias in reviewing is in an attempt to increase the scale of the industry(admirable but should be noted), therefore reviews are never harsh on the basis you want more review models or something. The meaning of the words I gave as a reviewer on the couch, were twisted to the opposite of my intention for the review printed in that issue, in other words the team at what hi fi, had made there mindup as to how the review was going to go, long before getting the public people on the couch in, it was a head to head between a Linn Karik system and a Beo minimalist system, neither of which I was impressed with greatly, but then the review dungeon you have, as i like to think of it, is an abnormal environment to review hifi in ? But having been on the couch I personally know … never to trust your reviews, now that we live in the internet age you can delete my comment, but at least you cant re-write my actual words !