Hopefully it will be corrected with IOS Sep 19, PM.
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Sep 19, PM in response to julieda In response to julieda. How will an iPhone update impact the Watch? Did Mickey and Minnie are still speaking on my Watch, are they not on yours? Sep 19, PM in response to deggie In response to deggie. The Apple Watch and the iPhone are symbiotic This relationship is essential to the watch for successful operation and they provide a balance that can only be successful by working together.
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The problem I reported could be fixed in the upcoming iPhone update iOS I sure hope it is included as Mickey and Minnie have been a really fun feature of the Watch for a long time. I don't know what happened to my post.. I thanked you.
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It might have been on another thread, but I appreciate your help. No, they are not symbiotic in that manner and it is not a bug.
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Sep 23, AM in response to deggie In response to deggie. I just upgraded to 6. I've tried all the usual 'fixes' including this new one, going to the "clock" setting and turning on speak time. Still, Minnie is silent. Guess I'll wait to see if the iPhone update Or maybe they need too update the watch too. Sep 23, AM. Sep 23, PM in response to pcniles In response to pcniles.
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I called Apple and spoke with an Advisor who then transferred me to a Senior Advisor. Neither was able to provide a solution. Their last suggestion was to un-pair and re-pair the watch and the iPhone. I have delayed doing that since it will take several hours. I decided to wait to see if the iOS Sep 23, PM. Sep 24, AM.
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Sep 25, AM in response to tlemberg In response to tlemberg. I had given up on all the assorted "fixes. And the little rodent spoke the time! PS - a small 'raspberry' to the folks who said that the iOS update has nothing to do with the watchOS update. Sep 25, AM. I have not done the re-pairing of the watch, though.
I hate to go through that again. That's the only "fix" I haven't tried. And from what I read above, iMarc didn't have to do that to get Mickey to speak. So, maybe the Mouse is right when it comes to the food being an afterthought for many guests. Granted, that was about 5 years ago. Want more dining tips? For comprehensive advice, the best place to start is our Walt Disney World Trip Planning Guide for everything you need to know! What did you think?
Worthwhile for the characters, for the food, or for both? Any specific recommendations from the buffet? If you have any questions or thoughts to share, please post them in the comments. We love hearing from readers! Written by Tom Bricker. We went on a very busy morning and had to wait a long time even though we had a reservation.
On top of that, our interactions were so rushed, especially with Mickey. It seemed like average buffet food—which was a bummer considering the price tag. We had a party of 6 and I think I was the most disappointed in the food, but I definitely expected more. Pluto even circled back two times because each time he visited, the rest of my table of 5 others was missing—first, in the bathroom and then getting food.
I probably looked a bit stressed 9pm with crying kids after a full day in the park and Pluto gave me a couple giant hugs and some laughs. I agree! But the food is bad. Just bad. Last time we visited was in early Dec for brunch.
We were there well over an hour and Mickey never once made it to our table. The fact that this restaurants makes it almost imposible to be able to accommodate my family thru a reservation I am tried to put in for a group of 15 with 45 days in advance to celebrate my daughters birthday makes this restaurant a must avoid disaster of a destination in Orlando!
The vegetables and meats were delicious! I agree our trip was in Sept.
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Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. The first iterations of Mickey that Disney created looked more like an animal. When another customer, Pete, flirts with Minnie, then attempts to kidnap her, Mickey fights him in sword duel.
In the next few decades, Disney revised Mickey to make him more appropriate for children. He had a mellow personality and acquired all the trappings of middle-class life: a house, a spouse, a car.
He was, in fact, rather bland. Disney had found a way to create a character that would instantly—and subconsciously—draw viewers in, and hold their attention through his odd childlikeness. Disney Studios has continued to make characters in this mold decades after Walt Disney passed away in Consider Anna and Elsa from Frozen , and Rapunzel from Tangled : They have faces that are disproportionately round, with large, expressive eyes. But few have had the enduring appeal of Mickey Mouse. The process began to unfold during the Second World War.
The soldiers going off to fight had grown up with Mickey Mouse, and they found him comforting.
From then on, Disney actively worked to ensure that Mickey Mouse, along with other Disney figures, was woven into the war efforts. Munitions factory workers wore buttons with Mickey on them. In one poster, Mickey is dressed in the uniform of the Aircraft Warning Service, a volunteer civilian organization created to catch early signs of an enemy attack.
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