Originally Posted by wol
Any guess if the successor of Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) will have the version number OS X11 (rather than OS X10.9)?
I'm guessing Apple will continue to iterate the "ten" schema (10.10,...
This is BEYOND stupid.
This reminds me of the original impetus behind the development of the Apple ///. The notion was that microcomputers (as they once were known) had limited lifecycles. The thinking was benighted by the fact that...
Originally Posted by TBell
It is not reasonable to expect that especially if a design is working. Apple hasn't significantly changed the MacBooks around in years. With that said, HTC and Samsung have been aggressive in trying to...
Originally Posted by keitherson
What's even further mindboggling is why they are still skimping out on processors, the black MacBook 4,1 has a 2.4 GHz and that was over a year ago. It's now a year past, and the newest update has...
Originally Posted by Takeo
Maybe so... but in the entire 25 year history of the MacOS... since 1984 with System 1.0 & Finder 1.0... there has never been a three decimal point version. Why start now?
Thankfully they fixed the most egregious UI errors from the Beta... the title/tab bar is now only the title bar again; and the load/stop button becomes a highly visible nub instead of being nearly invisible.
Originally Posted by Kickaha
Don't forget the humidity - water (water vapor in the air, greenery, all sorts of wet goodness) attenuates cell signals to a significant degree. Call quality in the Raleigh, NC area drops during...
Originally Posted by iluomo
[QUOTE}Might I suggest you stop expecting your phone to work in an elevator?
I suggest you drop the smug attitude and stop assuming things. I am an IT consultant and deal with unreasonable...