Quote:Originally Posted by charlituna And rendered them all warranty less via third party modification. If they did them literally themselves
What's more logical is that this company work as a middle man to arrange for Apple to...
Originally Posted by jj.yuan
This product, although may be false, feels like what Apple would do as a "game changer". Maybe it will serve as a mini iPod Touch so that the regular iPod Touch can grow to...
Originally Posted by wizard69
That is they could add BluRay DRM to an iTV withou compromising Mac OS. In a nut shell the required DRM for BluRay adversely impacts any operating system built to support it. Build a version of...
Originally Posted by Ireland
iTV is already taken, so I guess it'll be iTV then
I am talking about your signature here:
You disagree? Why? What about video game consoles? What about a Roku? What about a cable box? If...
Originally Posted by Messiah
A Mail progam that didn't forget your passwords three times a day would be nice.
I'm getting a bit sick of retyping my passwords and checking the 'Remember my password' box (whcih clearly isn't...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
No. OS X is designed for one point of input. iOS is designed for multiple. A straight port of Mac OS to a multitouch environment is useless.
I am NOT looking for a straight port. Jesus, you...
Originally Posted by haruhiko
Mac OS Pro?
How about Mac OS Starter, Mac OS Home Basic, Mac OS Home Premium, Mac OS Professional and Mac OS Enterprise and Mac OS Ultimate?
It's not Apple's way of doing things. This is so...
Originally Posted by Balert
I just bought a Macbook Pro last night... I knew this would happen. :/
It's inevitable bro. But don't feel that bad, looks like they are gonna only update the low end this time. But I have been...
Originally Posted by yama
You could either use AppleScript or Automator to do this. In fact Apple already provide an example AppleScript which can be used to rename files in the Finder.
If you enable the AppleScript menu via...