I've so far read the screen's mechanical action is heavenly (Wired proffered that it is far more satisfying than iPhone - and with a shorter learning curve), but that the Verizon software negates all gains.
If Apple forums were so rabid and rampant when the iMac was introduced, we would have been arguing the same points.
What? Why in the world would they not let me use my existing peripherals? I'm not buying that if it doesn't have...
Originally Posted by hillstones
Don't count on the Google Street View coming to the iPhone since Street View requires Adobe Flash. Unless Adobe can finish their Flash Player for the iPhone.
Street View on a desktop web browser...
Originally Posted by Marvin
I actually don't think there's anything wrong with the current design.
Point of interest: Time's coverage of the G4 flat-panel iMac's genesis includes an interview with Ive where he describes showing...
Originally Posted by iijuanii
for the record. I think the best laptop design they've released was the 12" powerbook.
My first Mac.
For the record, it's the most complicated computer to service I've ever seen. The...
Originally Posted by spinnerlys
There is a little program called MacTracker, well that keeps track of all the Macs introduced.
Have a little fun looking for it.
Yeah I definitely enjoy MacTracker more than any Apple specs...