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Was that last photo really necessary?
Are you reading the article in the forum thread? The images only show up in the article linked from the appleinsider home page.
Sadly true.
The cleanup described on pinting, bluetooth, and network are very welcome.
aegis is referring to Apple's official explanation for delaying Leopard until October. Perhaps you haven't read it: "However, iPhone contains the most sophisticated software ever shipped on a mobile device, and finishing it on time has not come without a price -- we had to borrow some key software engineering and QA resources from our Mac OS(R) X team, and as a result we will not be able to release Leopard at our Worldwide Developers Conference in early June as planned"
Maybe I'm missing the tone of this comment, but m$ put this in windows messenger (activities, request remote assistance) long ago. For the record, screen sharing and time machine are the 2 Leopard features I'm looking forward to most.
When I talk to potential switchers, the state of Quicken Mac is an embarrassment. After reading the 3 quotes from Intuit reps specifically about Quciken, I am not hopeful. Uh, ok. You mean just like you've always been? Is this quote from someone in Intuit PR or in Intuit marketing?Translation: "We're still trying to get Quicken stable on leopard. Once we get over that hurdle, we'll worry about features.""Our Quicken Mac group will soon consist of one QA guy, testing on...
Fair enough.
I started to include something about that, but deleted because I thought you were talking about shipping iPods only.Do you mean damage attributable to the battery connector, or simply a connector that's worked loose? It seems like I've heard of the second, but not the first.
Apple has soldered batteries on all of their flash iPods; while this decision might be based on research with some other product (possibly the mini), Apple didn't change course because of prior experience with flash iPods. The iPhone and iPod touch also have soldered battery leads, but I'd treat these products more gently than a regular iPod. I don't know if expected abuse is the reason here.I agree that Apple shouldn't sacrifice important qualities (reliability,...
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