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Unix will still be there, it just won't likely be as acceptable. Shame really - one of the reasons I'm able to be so productive with my Mac is because I can make short work of processing tons of files at the command prompt.
I may be talking about of my butt here, but I don't think Rosetta had as much to do. To run Windows, an emulator has to emulate an entire machine in order to provide a guest OS access to virtual hardware. Rosetta simply had to translate some instructions.
Oh there may be, but emulation and virtualisation are two different beasts (as anyone who ever ran Virtual PC on a pre-Intel machine can tell you). Emulation works, but the performance is incomparable.
Exactly - if Apple goes this route, I sure hope Microsoft Windows is irrelevant by 2016, because otherwise those of us who rely on running it in a VM are going to be displeased.
Not very printable...I don't know anyone who wishes for the end of Adobe (other than, perhaps, Steve). Frankly I think they've created some fine products. I've used InDesign quite heavily (although I prefer Pages for simple layout tasks because it's far faster and lighter), and used to use Premiere Pro and After Effects before transitioning to Final Cut Express. I'm not a fan of Flash and would love to see the Interwebs move away from it since Adobe seems incapable of...
Un-FUD: http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-news...tethering.html How many people do you think are able to use 10+GB of data using nothing more than a smartphone? I think you'd have to be constantly streaming video or running a torrent client to use that much data. I'd guess that the vast majority of folks using that much data are tethering...
No, but if your carrier's data network gets saturated as much as AT&T's has, you can bet they'll start cracking down. I'm not advocating the policy, but paying $30 for unlimited data on a smartphone is completely different than providing unlimited data for a laptop.This sounds like so much blind fanboism that I can't help but assume it's meant in jest. If you're being serious, then step back a second and think about what you're saying. I very frequently share documents...
Likewise - I have no pirated apps on my phone either.Be careful doing this. The wireless carriers can see what you're doing. AT&T has been catching up with MyWi users here in the states for the past few months, informing people who tether without a plan that the tethering plan will automatically be added to their account if they continue to see the activity.Oh I like that. Switched Thanks for the heads up - I'll look in to that. I do occasionally hit sites with Hiragana...
Oh I have to disagree. I don't think it's ugly at all. Besides, this is just one of countless themes (and not the default one either).Brightness may be available with a quick swipe and tap on the iPad, but it's not on the iPhone. The process list allows you to also kill persistent apps, like Mail. Not so necessary on the newer phones, but it saved me from a lot of reboots on my 3G where memory was at a premium. It also has a 'free up memory' button that cleans up some...
Yeah, I don't think this was worthy of a 'red' update myself...I was excited to hear about the flaw. I lost my jailbreak when I upgraded my 3G to a 4G a few months ago. The 3G was super easy to jailbreak in place; the 4G normally requires a full restore to jailbreak. This flaw allowed me to install Cydia in a matter of seconds. Love it! FWIW, the only thing I use that requires a Jailbreak is SBSettings. I love being able to disable WiFi (or change brightness settings) with...
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