In the era where we are billed by the MB, I'd like a detailed disclosure of network activity (which apps are making network connections and how much are they transferring? Where are the network connections to?)
Originally Posted by Cascadians
I wonder why Apple is going with this "Leather" look? Contacts, iCal, Find My Friends. It's retro and un-Apple-like. Hope we will be able to change it, at least change the...
Originally Posted by solipsism
It's not surprising at all. It adds features that integrate into Finder.
I never enjoyed programs that installed outside of /Users/myusername. Heck I get annoyed with .pkg installers that install...
Originally Posted by noirdesir
If you are willing to live with iDisk's performance and limitations, why would you hate Dropbox which has better performance and less limitations?
It's yet another app I have to install (which...
Third parties also have to incorporate support for iCloud's Documents & Data in their apps
Just as I thought. Users are unable to save arbitrary files into the cloud. I was using iDisk as a remote data store when...
Rather than being a "virtual disk in the cloud" like Dropbox or the former iDisk, there's now no need for users to manually copy documents to iCloud, manage those documents between devices, or think about how to...
What's really interesting about including a firmware on the cable is that it has the capability to be signed.
Think you're going to use some non apple generic cable? Nothing stops Apple from putting signed firmwares on these cables and...
but praytell why in the world does it need an Administrator password? This makes it very hard to implement on managed clients.
With iDisk my clients were able to use theirs without bugging me for administrator access.