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 previously it was a developer preview, which is a pre-beta release.  It's one thing to wipe the iCloud during developer preview, it's another to wipe it during a public beta.  I'm not even too concerned if it doesn't sync to iOS 7, I do care if the data gets wiped. I would also like to see a list of known incompatible software.
Is it safe to assume that since it's a public beta and not a developer preview release, that issues like wiping iCloud won't happen going forward?  Will settings sync with iOS 7 devices?  Is there a list of incompatible software?  I have the DP on a test machine and really need to switch to it on my production machine and iOS devices, but the warnings of possible future issues hold me back.
 It would be b (they aren't going to move the MacPro to ARM anytime soon) and how would it be a complete mess?  The OS already supports multiple binaries in a single app.  That's how the transition to x86 went so smoothly.    It's just another compile, and the installer/app store can leave out the version that isn't for the target computer.  Most of the developers code already supports multiple architectures because so many apps run on both iOS and MacOS.  Once the...
so it's still a tablet that doesn't have cellular and a laptop that doesn't really fit on your lap?
so they filed a law suit instead of calling tech support?
 it's the other way around, the MacPro will require Mavericks, thus is waiting for the Mavericks release.
 Do we know Netflix isn't doing it that way? I want to use the ipad apps to find the content I want to watch, them have them stream to my tv while allowing the iPad to be turned off and/or used for other things.  Navigating to the content on the iPad is easier than even using the apple remote app to control an apple tv.
 anyone with an iPhone that old should be able to upgrade for free to an iPhone 4s that supports iOS7.
 the first is from january.  The iPhone didn't come out until September.  That seems like plenty of time to start a building a whole new chip with a different supplier (which was the reason given). We should find out for sure in a few days when the iPhone 5s teardowns are posted. The best reason to suggest that samsung isn't making them is their rushed announcement that they will also have a 64 bit phone some day. Either way, Apple clearly has motivation to move away from...
might as well be giving out monopoly money
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