Thanks -- if I could rely on all my machines following that pattern, I'd switch. The thing is, I still use some older machines too (and I need to keep 2004 word functionality, stupid American Chemical Society!)
anyone else having issues where the directionality of scrolling on a mouse scroll-wheel seems to have reversed with Lion? I can't figure out how to flip it back.
Everything else seems fine (although I was really annoyed to find my 2004 Word doesn't work anymore -- ACS journals require it for submission).
I'm calling BS. There is no reasonable way to confirm this, and since the serial number has been disclosed, if it was real, Apple Legal would already have tracked down the leak, closed the auction, and done god only knows what horrible thing to the leaker.
Given the timing and drastic size reduction, is there any reasonable way a person can hope that this doesn't have heat or battery issues?
I mean, if it was that easy to make smaller, wouldn't they have done it that way originally? Apple has been pushing themselves to the limit to get to where they are on size.
I'm curious -- top 5% of customers... is that all customers, or only those with a data plan? or is it only those with a full data plan?
you see, the top 5% of data users may very well equal the top 50% of smartphone data users... making this a huge impact.
I'm just asking.