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I agree. What I don't read here is the fact that most of Lion's greatness is not something you can see. While it's easy to take potshots at whatever graphical interface changes one may not like, the fact is that Lion is our first fully 64-bit Mac OS X and for example simply the 64-bit rewrite of iTunes is a massive performance improvement - according to the feedback from developers I've read. So let's not judge this new book by its cover please. The new 64-bit foundation...
Me too. I'm a heavy iPad 2 user and just ordered my first Magic Trackpad from B&H this morning for use with my Mac Pro and Kensington Turbo Mouse I've been using since 1985.
It's easy peazy to make a Lion install DVD. I respectfully disagree Lion is less revolutionary than previous versions. I think it is the most Revolutionary version yet because it's MPG centric: Multi-Touch, Physics, Gestures. Who would want to downgrade to Snow Leopard? That would be absurd.Very few if any. The benefits of Lion far outweigh the loss of Rosetta.But many would postpone til they couldn't or forget to go through the machinations Apple would require to give out...
Why? Have you read AT&T's new submission to the FCC? Almost everyone is supportive of the merger. Except you of course. AT&T files statement with FCC in support of T-Mobile acquisitionYou might change your mind after reading this.
Well from my point of view, I find it hard to understand why people don't own and use both an iPhone and an iPod Touch. The phone's 32 GB max storage capacity is hardly enough for music if you use the iPhone as a still and video camera. The 64 GB iPod Touch is still not big enough storage for me just for music. I listen to my always full iPod Touch while my iPhone keeps some space left for shooting stills and movies.I'm hoping for a 128 GB dual core iPod Touch this Fall...
I submitted a feedback form offering to pay an extra $100 for a 64GB iPhone, 128GB iPod Touch and iPad. But perhaps the market for that much storage isn't that big.
He meant to answer YES.
Wired Keyboard With Keypad Is Still An Option.
I want dual core A5 and 64GB storage but not in that type of iPhone case. I like the iPhone 4 case a lot. This kind of case would make me pause.
Well I for one will not be buying a new case since the old case is totally iPad 2 compatible. Punched a hole with a paper punch for the camera and all else works without modification. The Mic works even though it's under the case side because the sound travels through both holes on each end to it. The speaker is totally legible through the first gen speaker holes. I love my original case and it works just as great with the iPad 2 as it did with the iPad 1.
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