Well, the November 1st update was significant.
As rumored, Apple has quietly updated the MacBook tonight to the Santa Rosa architecture with mild speed bumps and the GMA X3100 integrated video.
Originally Posted by nicvalentine
stop with the apple nut-hugging. Apple fucked up the good ol' fashion way. They can take their $20 upgrade and shove it up their ASS! Like I said, There is something in the air, and it smells...
Originally Posted by SpamSandwich
My portfolio (although overweighted with AAPL) has dropped from +16% to just +9%. OMG... blah! The whole market is getting killed... I'll probably load up on more HPQ, and I'm really seriously...
Originally Posted by G-News
It will. See you here in a year.
I can tell you, Steve is not going to sell 4mio of these in 200 days.
I'd be surprised if they even ship 4mio of these until they phase them out.
Originally Posted by JupiterOne
Do you think the MacBook Pro will ever get the Remote Disc and Multi-touch gestures in a software update? Any reason why we wouldn't?
You can already access remote disks via OS X.
Originally Posted by kmhtkmhtkmht
In Vista, called ReadyBoost.
Was it ever released? I remember hearing about it followed by a mountain of delays. I do know the current Vaio TZ's support ReadyBoost, with a smaller SSD and...
Originally Posted by groverat
You have an affinity for small laptops.
And as far as missing features being no big deal, think about why they had to introduce an entirely new (to Apple, not to the industry) feature to make up...
Originally Posted by Gon
The only thing I think was truly stupid to leave out is Ethernet. Business adoption will suffer because of that.
My 12" iBook hasn't had ethernet since ought-three when Mrs....