Originally Posted by msuberly
By iOS-esque I hope he means price too. The last OS X upgrade cost $29. iOS upgrades don't cost a thing.
I don't think it will be free but I would not be surprised if it was cheaper than Lion,...
Originally Posted by ghostface147
Damn that's quick.
Not surprising given that the new OS consists majorly in porting iOS features to the Macintosh. Or so the corresponding Apple page lets me think. This leaves me totally...
Apple reportedly prepped AMD-powered MacBook Air, dropped it at last minute
And this is related to "Current Mac Hardware" how exactly? Should not it be in "General Discussion" or even "Future Apple...
Originally Posted by Mastersonics
So what can I do to get the beach ball as little as possible?
I do have a lot of tabs opened when I use Safari.
Would it be better to go to a SSD instead?
RAM is fairly...
Originally Posted by wizard69
Here's an example. Remember some of the earlier macbooks? Not the pros but just the normal macbooks had some absolutely abysmal displays. Now this is their budget model, but it was still a...
Originally Posted by Marvin
"OS X Lion security flaw allows anyone to change your password"
OK but should it be possible for a simple user to change passwords, even with physical access to the machine?...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Exclusive: With Intel's next-generation Core i-Series mobile platform not expected until the second quarter of 2012, Apple is reportedly preparing a refresh of its professional notebook line...
Congratulations on your purchase and enjoy your all new iMac!
Just one comment on something you said previously:
Originally Posted by tchguruw/opinionsaboutevrythng
Haven't worked with either, and I get the impression...