Originally Posted by okboy
Anyone want to guess what it will cost?
I know Snow Leopard was like $30, but that wasn't a feature-rich update.
I have a strong feeling it'll be either $49 or $79. Though, they may keep Lion (and...
Originally Posted by DaHarder
This is a surprisingly 'mild' refresh, and the addition of the Thunderbolt ports is fine, but it's not like there's much use for them at this point (See: the fate of FireWire 800)
Of course it's...
Originally Posted by 4miler
No matte antiglare screens on the new iMacs. If you need matte screens, there's something you can do - add your voice to 1,300+ petitions at http://macmatte.wordpress.com Unlike personal emails to...
Originally Posted by Parttimer
Apple is not the law. Although Steve would dearly like us to think so. And you have apparently already fallen for it.
Quite a stupid retort that didn't even have anything to do with what you...
Originally Posted by Brainless
What makes you not trusting Google's numbers but trust Apple's ? I think both publish the daily numbers of activations and it is at least a wash, if Android is not ahead.
Valid point. Though, I...
Originally Posted by Meurglys
Apple saw the research which shows that the Android Market will soon have more apps than the iTunes store. Their marketing strategy is currently based on claiming that they have more applications,...
Originally Posted by Povilas
Fluffy? I think you were not digging deep enough then.
Exactly. I'm still not sure what people are still waiting for that will make them consider Lion as an upgrade.