Ditto, PB. It's a bit of premature opportunism from Adobe since Aperture has just got an update (3.6) for Yosemite and is performing as before or maybe better, without library upgrades, etc.
Having used it a few times, I've nothing against Lightroom it's just that I like Aperture better and can wait for Photos (or whatever) to see if it's a reasonable successor.
Easy to see them going fanless. The nice thing is that with each new OS the fan gets less use. I've a 13" MB Air and, now, the only time the fan turns on is when VMWare + Win7 is doing its butt-ugly thing (i.e. hardly ever).
Been a multiple Mac user/owner since 1987 and this baby is by far the best I've owned.
Ha! beat them to it! On another thread on the gold color iPad I reckoned they will bring out a gold color design to the 'mythical' 12" MB Air, but maybe only for the top end of the species, to let the owner stand out, feel special etc.. I'd buy one if I had the moolah!
Ditto. 100% virus free for 27 years, on company and university networks, and at home. Same for everyone else I've known with a Mac (which is most of my close and distant network of contacts since I work in science research where most 'PCs' are Macs). Ergo, virus infection is a non-existent problem for the Mac; AV software, on the hand IS a problem: don't use it - ever!
Compare this with Samsung and their convicted-criminal CEO:
2009 topped the "World Magazine" Benchmarking Enterprise Reputation: Chairman Barry Lam won the "most respected entrepreneurs entrepreneurs" glory
2009 topped the U.S. "Business Week" (Business Week) - "Global Tech 100" Ranked 7
2008 topped the U.S. "Fortune" (Fortune) - "2008 World's most respected enterprises" Ranked 12
Not another Englishman though: Newson was born in Sydney, Australia, where in 1984 he graduated at the Sydney College of the Arts%u2026 He is currently adjunct professor in design at Sydney College of the Arts (where he first studied sculpture and jewellery) and is the creative director for Qantas.
He a jewellery, sculpture and consume designer not an industrial designer; so I see him complementing Ive not (ever) as a replacement or competitor.