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Oops, sorry mods, I got hooked on the Maps apphttp://www.apple.com/feedback/maps_mac.html
More Maps stuff: https://www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability/#maps-flyover http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/180808/new-apple-maps-flyover-city-tours-uncovered-shown-off-in-ios-8-beta Apple launches new service allowing local businesses to get listed on Apple Maps, solicits indoor mapping...
Ah, ok. Well, i that case it's OSX. The more I'm using 10.10 the more things I find 'strange:Opening a .pdf in Preview from Safari...I can't send it to iBooks, need to do it 'all manually'. All the while there's a Share button right in the toolbar.Supposedly it was a feature in earlier betas, though I can't vouch for the accuracy of anything on that site:http://www.macrumors.com/2014/09/07/flyover-city-tours/LOL!
Strange that the iMac can't keep up, though it could be due to your connection. Having .11ac doesn't matter, the bottleneck usually is the Internet connection. But I presume you are on a fast link as you are in a large city, or should I say great city(?)I presume you know of this site, which lists flyover cities?http://flyovercities.comPity they aren't hyperlinked so you'll need to c/V or type yourself. Oh, another handy tool is the remap Safari extension; it'll default...
Enjoy!http://www.anandtech.com/show/8623/hands-on-apples-imac-with-retina-displayIt supposedly beats the low end MP:http://9to5mac%2ecom/2014/10/21/triple-core-ipad-air-2-pegged-as-60-faster-than-any-other-ios-device-retina-5k-imac-top-score-beats-low-end-pro/
I haven't used any musical apps, no. But I do get Relic's point on wanting to touch the screen as the 'workflow' is so much easier with these music creation apps.She's anything but a troll. She appreciates tech, likes gadgets and gives many insightful posts on stuff I never heard of before.Yes please Relic, give us your unbiased review of that Clam.She did fantastic doing that scene!I think the consumer market does very little to their revenue. A Windows license is...
And Pay isn't limited to the US either:Apple Pay already works abroad on supported NFC terminals w/ US-based cardshttp://9to5mac%2ecom/2014/10/21/apple-pay-already-works-abroad-on-supported-nfc-terminals-w-us-based-cards/
I'm sorry, but the video doesn't bring the message across, for me. The article did however, so thanks AI.
iFixIt gives it a 6 https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Mac+Mini+Late+2014+Teardown/30410
MacPro1,1? And people say a Mac is expensive! Try keeping a using Windows box up and running for 8 years.
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