In an ideal world connecting to a cellular net wouldn't be more complicated than connecting to a WiFi network, enter a few parameters, and off you go; the device gets authorized as having paid for service by its unique ID....
Originally Posted by digitalclips
Could this be a prelude to a deal between Steve and Larry? Maybe an Apple / Sun deal may be coming ... just a thought.
That's the only thing that would make sense, is if they had a deal.
The 11" MBA is what I have been waiting for a long time, and the reason why I have a Hackintosh Netbook running OS X.
However, 128GB SSD isn't enough. Why not offer the 256GB option for the 11" model, too?
And 8GB RAM is key...
Originally Posted by _Rick_V_
iChat to work with Facetime (obvious)
64-bit kernel turned on by default (estimated 5%-10% performance improvement).
ASLR fully realized (for security)
the people who post here seem to have no clue or are paid Apple trolls.
Jailbreaking damages nothing, the whole "voiding warranty" thing is because Apple wants to dissuade people from using the devices they own in a way that...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
While not clocked dramatically faster than existing Nehalem chips (2.8 to 3.8GHz), Sandy Bridge should deliver faster performance thanks to a minimum of four cores (with 6-8 core versions...
Here's some free advice for Steve:
Mac OS X' Mail.app supports S/MIME. Get a certificate, you can afford it.
Signed e-mails can't be forged easily, since any modification in the message body will render the signature invalid.
The sensor may be located at a different place with the different models, and software calibration may play a role, too.
However, at least the original iPhone has similar issues, at least if you have long hair and/or facial hair...
Originally Posted by rd68k
The guy erased serial numbers on the photo, but forgot to erase unique MAC addresses :-)
Yeah, but what's more: he didn't cover up the BAR CODES that encode the serial number. That serial number is...