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I don't know why they don't let ordinary users access crash logs the way they do on OS X. If you setup your iOS device as a developer device, it will let you see the crash logs on the Mac and they can help diagnose the problem. Apple Genius bars can be trained to read what the logs mean. These logs can be accessed in some advanced settings panel somewhere. If the system is having problems, it will show in the log files and users can simply send them to Apple so that if...
Expanding on the idea of a social network is social playlists. People used to make mixed tapes manually but it's so easy now doing it digitally. iTunes can have a system of tags like twitter does and these can be used in marketing material. A billboard can have something like 'check out our new album Maroon5' and using that tag would be a playlist for their latest album. Again, no visiting a store, this just goes into the player and you listen instantly. People can share...
It seems to have quite a hefty binary size at 40MB when it's mostly just playing back music tracks but they've made it into a device management and content purchasing app, which the original SoundJam never was.I find the online stores including the Mac App Store work excruciatingly slowly. I visit Amazon and pages load quickly but the App Store, it's always the 'accessing iTunes store....' loading bar, which I gather must be for caching data before showing it but it can...
It doesn't seem like they're going to cover that period. Sorkin said that it's just backstage at 3 events - Mac, NeXT and iPod. No iPhone, no iPad. Maybe they want to build a character at key stages of his life - Steve Begins, Steve Returns, Steve Rises. The best one will be Steve V Superman though.
This site has a model selector that will give you the specs of the RAM you need:http://www.crucial.comA few recommendations say to avoid letting it go down more than about half before charging back up. If you plan to run on power mostly, do that about 1-2 times per week to keep the battery active.
For the old Mac Pro, you'd need to buy and install a RAID card. Apple made an official one but there are 3rd party ones too.
If you get a wireless mouse with it's own receiver, it'll behave like a corded mouse:http://www.logitech.com/en-us/mice-pointers/micehttp://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/marathon-mouse-m705?crid=7You can put the receiver into the wired Apple keyboard so that you don't waste a USB port on the computer.
If it's a 15", the next one won't be out until next Summer. They also have some good deals on last year's models which are almost identical to this year's due to Intel pushing back their processor upgrades:http://store.apple.com/uk/browse/home/specialdeals/macThe 13" model has been updated with the latest Haswell chips too but they can potentially be refreshed a bit earlier (still next year though). Now is a good time to buy one.
Filesystems do have an inode limit for the amount of files they can handle. I suppose if each app had hundreds of internal files like icons, language files, other images resources then it could creep up quite high overall but I'd expect it to hold up to as much as OS X.http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/LVM-and-VxVM/How-to-increase-inodes-on-HFS-filesystem/td-p/4052199
It will make it trickier to figure out but we know the iPod sales this year and they are in decline so no more than 2.9m units. Apple TV is around 2m units per quarter. Beats headphones apparently sold 15-20m units in 7 years so quarterly units could be below 1m units but they probably grew sales in more recent years so if we assume 50% of sales were in the last year, that's 2.5m units per quarter. They might not lump subsidiary sales into that group but they'll have to...
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