Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
And it’s properly secure, is it? I should hope it is.
These guys are using the same electronic methods that credit cards companies use when they do other forms of...
Originally Posted by Pooch
where did you get it for free?
Well he is wrong - you couldn't have gotten it months ago, but I doubt he is a paying dev or part of Apple Seed so wherever he got it, we won't be able to...
Originally Posted by Ireland
But will Mavericks be free? Will Apple adopt the full iOS-style release strategy for OS X?
There is absolutely no precedent to suggest that they will just give it away for free. Cheap...
Originally Posted by jragosta
Yeah, and virtually every one of that 98% already has unlimited access to all their files, anyway. So what does the exploit get them?
Yes, it's a bug. It needs to be fixed. But...
Originally Posted by mscientist
How does this break Apple's developer guidelines. Let me count the ways. Good luck getting this approved.
I don't see it breaking any of Apple's developer guidelines at all given...
Originally Posted by graxspoo
The mistake Microsoft made was tying RT to Windows.
The problem with that is, they would have to literally start from scratch with developers getting them to develop apps and...
Originally Posted by Rorosdad
My thought is that FileMaker and by extension Apple is making a big mistake here by not keeping it alive and making it a part of iWork. I am a fanboy toward Apple so I don't say that...