That is very true. They do not need to keep working on them. They just need to keep the doors open for them.
First thing Idd when getting my MBA with Lion was to install Java. I may do the same with X11 with next system upgrade.
Sure. Those who do not want commercial Photoshop may be using GIMP that is X11 application and very powerful alternative to basic Photoshop Elements. I do use it because it is free... and even though on other Mac (for design buisness) we have whole slew of licensed pro apps from Adobe and Quark I prefer something lightweight most of the time.There are few more.Thank God OpenOffice has moved to newer API few years ago so we do not need X11 for this one.
Does anybody see what happens?
Why the hell Germans do not tell: "get the f... out of here with your lawsuits 'cause we are paying taxes for those courts and they are not for corporate business to make law-trading-market!"
Partitioning documents by applications they belong to had been proven to be foolish in Windows years ago. This smells like trying to monopolize document use.
Can we see more stupid ideas from Apple like this?
The company transformed radically from what I saw in 2004/05 when I joined bandwagon after dumping Windows and Linux.
Creating a cult out of technology corporation has never worked well for consumers. I have another proof now.
Oh and BTW smuggling agendas under...
And some Journalists will make out of it some (non)sense and we will end up with bug-features beacuse public will have to be satisfied based on BS interpretation by so called technical journalists.
"Good idea". Congratulations! Now we will get Mac OS X and iOS same "qality" as Windows mess.
Safari is not snappier because Apple chose logic of rendering being deferred to loading all content first. I consider this excessive and annoying. Your best bet for improvement is to get faster Internet (and faster content providers... like if you could fix that problem).I am in between using Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Camino and Opera... while I should need only one.
It does not sound like a major feature requiring new OS build. Why can't this be add-on to Lion or even to Snow Leopard?
Oh I got it... beacuse I need to buy new computer from Apple to make sure revenue is okay.
I was hoping that foolish installer check on hardware codes could be skipped to allow to upgrade OS (some managed this with tricks and it works fine). Some of us upgraded Core Duo to Core 2 Duo and 64-bit apps work fine (not kernel as it is in 32-bit...
There you go. Can they achieve that? Well ignorants think not. The fact is that it is China that builds any Apple hardware as well as other merchandise. In that economic strangle it is just enough to convience China "rulers" who make anything happen and who run all this show (again ignorants frequenty corporate do not see this).
It is the same case as with oil lines in Europe through neiboring countries... just a little "preassure" with threataning that something would...
It ain't gonna work. It is too much fuss about Apple. The problem is not with Apple contracted manufacturers only. Stop bogging the most prominent technology corp.and pull out head out of your a... It is about something bigger than one corp. and labor of contractors factories.
Perhaps it is worth to take a look who are those who stand behind vendor factories. I think it would be very interesting who really fakes good conditions and brain washes poor people.