I never even touch iMessage. I'm not sure why anyone would. The idea is excellent, but it needs to be an open system so it'll work with Google Voice and other IM/texting options. As a closed system, it does me no good. Even though most of my friends have Macs and iPhones too, we text each other since these days we all have unlimited texting.
Notification Center, in Mountain Lion, has the option to temporarily turn off alerts and banners (click the notification center icon, two finger swipe down to reveal the button). Once turned off, it says "Will resume tomorrow."
Does that mean tonight at midnight, as in, first thing tomorrow morning? Is there a way to change that to 9am tomorrow?
Oh, please. Supposedly, Jobs DID in fact have a hand in designing the iPhone 5. iPhone designs are going to continue to become more and more minimal. I think that's excellent, and I'm looking forward to having my iPhone 5 delivered on the 21st. I passed on the 4S since I didn't see it as enough of an upgrade from my 4. I thought it'd be better to hold out for an iPhone 5, and I'm glad I did. I've already seen a few great apps announce they'll soon be iPhone 5...
Could the new design could be any more generic? Holy cow, it looks like a bad WP template. The way the content is presented is terrible. On my monitor, all I get is 3 headlines before I have to start scrolling, scrolling scrolling. AI just got bumped off the top of my Apple bookmarks.
Huh? I've had fewer problems with Mountain Lion than with any Macintosh OS, going all the way back to the early 90s when I first started using Macs. I should add that I did an upgrade too, not a clean install. My only complaint is that it took forever for spotlight to finish indexing.