Originally Posted by gearhunter
Should this read OS X.6.3 and not "oh ess ten ten dot six dot three" \
Um no. The way that it is notated (OS X 10.6.3) is how it is conventionally done. See the Apple website for proof.
Agreed. Apple's goal is to build products that just work, no matter where you are. A CDMA only iPhone doesn't fit into this vision very well. If there ever is a CDMA iPhone, it'll have UMTS/LTE to back it up.
Originally Posted by ghostface147
It wasn't rude, but a fair question on your part.
1. I have a Santa Rosa MB Pro, so it does support BT easily. I like to keep my menu bar at the top of the desktop as clean as possible, so...
Originally Posted by Rokcet Scientist
Open Activity Monitor, see if the 'Coreaudiod' process is active and working properly. If it is not responding (force) quit it and see if that changes anything.
Thanks for the reply. The...
I have a mid-2009 13" MacBook Pro. When I wake it from sleep with my external speakers plugged into the jack, I have no issues. But when I wake it from sleep without my headphones plugged in, and then try to plug them in later, it...
Well this really isn't much of a mystery, but Apple traditionally has a sale on the day after Thanksgiving (here in the US lovingly known as Black Friday). You can usually save about $100 on a MacBook Pro, depending on the model and...
Originally Posted by iCarbon
crazy, those technical issues must have been horrible...
I wonder what went wrong?
I have no idea. But I have a feeling Steve is going to make heads roll because of it.