Originally Posted by ThinkExpensive
I completely agree, however I really did believe that there were 'secret features' that Jobs was talking about that just fizzled out and never ended up being included. I'm seriously...
Originally Posted by ascii
Here is an example of preferences within preferences in ascii:
- item1- item1
And how do you represent binary data with this scheme? It seems to me like one...
Originally Posted by emig647
Dual monitors that aren't the same brand let alone panel suck when trying to match colors.
1. Colour calibration can alleviate that.
2. Not everyone needs accurate colour.
Originally Posted by Wiggin
Someone else already pointed out that the mini has optical out (I think all Macs have it now?), but also, the AppleTV can not do 5.1 surround, which is a MAJOR drawback. It can do 4 channel matrix...
Originally Posted by Inkling
It's rather absurd that Apple isn't selling one of the most popular form factors in the PC world. They're loosing a lot of sales, particularly to small and home businesses.
The mini-tower is only...
Originally Posted by hohlecow
And todos? Is that really the domain of Mail?
For some people, yes. For some, their Mail application is the center of their work day - all work starts and ends within mail, so To-dos actually work...
Originally Posted by Prism
What's the point of having smart folders when the mail itself stays in the inbox with the rest of the mail, of which a lot isn't filtered???
Smart folders are just a fancy way of saying "Live...
Originally Posted by gloss
Or possibly by people who want to use their little hand-held Mac to its utmost capability rather than a completely arbitrary performance level set by Apple for marketing purposes.
Sure you can - at...
Originally Posted by minderbinder
It doesn't say anything about Apple dumping HD's, just that the classic probably won't be a huge seller and won't be around that long.
Given that the iPod is the only model that can hold most...