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What if it's there on purpose? R O S E T T A
"The service, however, is not compatible with Apple's Safari web browser." They've just lost the game, should one of us tell them?
Was that a standing bug since April of 2005 or was that something that they just recently discovered? Microsoft has been notorious for leaving ciritical flaws open for years before attempting to fix them. That's part of the reason why I use Apples now, I'd been a Windows user since 3.1. i'll never go back.Or did they think that submitting the unfinished software to public would help them nail down obscure bugs quicker? It's very probable that they know the newest...
People love to say things like the only reason OS X is more secure is because not many people care. If they did, then Apple would be flooded with all the problems Windows has. This proves them wrong. Apple cares about security, I have no doubt that if OS X recieved the attention that Windows does the security team would continue to be on the ball. Microsoft leaves critical holes open in their software for years, they don't care. I look forward to the day when Apple has a...
I'm just waiting for them to enable double-tap clicking and tap-dragging under windows with my MacBook's trackpad.
Oh PLEASE let this mean Apple will decide to de-region the iTunes Store. I'm going to hit the Japanese content like an Iraqi-based US Marine on a weekend pass! You heard me.
Elevation = Apple, Inc.
Don't forget, he saved the world from an alien threat... WITH A MAC! The virus that destroyed the entire alien culture didn't so much as affect the G3 PowerBook running OS 8.5 :P
Dammit, I was going to say, these ads seem to harken back to the TiBook days of Apple ads. And I strongly believe that that's a good thing. "Ah well, whatever the reason... Gee, you're just so gonna want one..." - Jeff after trying to figure out why you'd want the new G4 PowerBook. ^_^ What I do miss is the Apple hardware that... ran itself, remember? All the products in the older commercials moved and toiled through their functions without human aid. Like the optical Pro...
OS X 10.4.10 "Bobcat" A stripped down version of Tiger with new code to optimize it for use on even the oldest iMac and PowerMac systems. Designed for very small hard drives (By today's standards), little RAM, and slow processors. Basically it would work with everything introduced since Jobs came back to Apple, it would be a no frills, just work version of the OS that still retained a part of its power (Spotlight, Dashboard lite, etc...).Tiger is already being "given away"...
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