I can’t stand the
“sent from my iPhone”
footer in mail, nor the
watermark on photos, nor any of those stupid ads.
How come folks don’t disable them immediately after unwrapping their new device?


Only justification: preemptive apologies when (miss)typing on small portable devices. But even then, you don’t need to go with the default message: when I used to send e-mail from my phone, all my messages had this line at the bottom:

“Written on the go — please excuse brevity and typos.”

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