Oh Apple, thou art trying to vex me
The first annoyance is that this left my Mac contacts book with about 7 copies of every contact. Very silly.
So, today, I deleted 6 out of 7 of each contact instance and tidied it up a lot.
What do you think happened?
Well, now I have one copy of each contact on my Mac and zero copies of them on my phone. Almost every contact has vanished from my phone.
Why Apple? Why?
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