Was ready to buy my Black ATT UNLOCKED 64GB model for $849 at midnight only to discover Apple has omitted the buy unlocked option. Only contract iPhones can be bought today. I am super bummed out. Plan to phone tomorrow.
NOT SELLING UNLOCKED is the headline for your next story. I am pissed. If I'm willing to shell out over $1,000 for an unlocked iPhone why should I have to wait til later to be allowed to buy one that way?
Hey everybody. I guess this is the AI Virtual Queue. I'm down in Santa Cruz teaching seniors how to use their iOS devices. Getting ready to buy my first UNLOCKED iPhone. Recently discovered http://ConsumerCellular.com which lets me fly on the AT&T network for $11.88 a month thus saving me about $800 a year in excessive AT&T fees. So I'm shelling out $849 plus sales tax • BLACK AT&T 64GB • plus $99 for the AppleCare+ to skip the expensive contract. I fact, I just killed my...
I recently started using Google Chrome for my iPhone, iPad and Mac. I'm really happy with it. It's fast and on the iPhone & iPad it has unlimited Tabs which is unprecidented. Not full screen yet. But the unlimited Tabs is a feature that trumps full screen for me. Perhaps Chrome for Mac would help you forget Safari's new shortcomings. It has for me. And you can make Chrome your Mac's default browser in the default browser setting in pane 1 of Safari. 😃
Those aren't bugs. They're permanent changes to the system. No more PPC apps and no more arrows. You need to tell your clients to either stay with Snow Leopard on old hardware or get with the program on new hardware.
Thanks for finding that Marvin. I spoke with a Seagate customer service guy this morning who is quite experienced and he said inside the Mac Pro was going to be virtually indistinguishable from the $90 might work eSATA solution. I was thinking that driverless eSATA HighPoint card would work but the more I think about it, it just isn't worth it. I started this thread thinking USB 3, then rethought to eSATA 6Gbps and now I'm back to a plain new SSD inside on a sled @ 3Gbps...
Don't forget the new Ivy Bridge Mac mini later this week. Will ship with Mountain Lion preinstalled plus a Mountain Lion Server quad core model. BTW Mountain Lion Server is a $19.95 add on to Mountain Lion Wednesday.
Thanks Marvin. Forgive my ignorance but what sort of applications would that matter in? Would ripping smaller AAC audio files from big ones be an example of that? And what external case supports eSATA 3? I couldn't find any.
That Sonnet card you link to is discontinued. Seems like high speed eSATA PCIe cards are few and far between existence for old Mac Pros.
So you think the SSD inside on a Mac Pro sled hooked to one of the 4 HD SATA 2 ports is just as fast as outside cause only the eSATA will allow for booting and not the USB 3 because of drivers the system needs to install before the USB 3 card starts working after bootup? And the external eSATA can't be any faster than what's inside because it's all SATA 2 on the motherboard. Right?