Originally Posted by iHarry
Today I purchased a Magic Trackpad and rushed home to set it up with my Mac Pro. After 40 minutes on the phone with Apple Support it still does not work. I was finally blown off with a lame explanation that I should keep checking with software update because it doesn't look like the software for the Mac Pro has been released yet. So now I own a Trackpad with no magic, an iPad that cannot connect to half the WiFi spots I try to connect to and an iPhone 4 that cannot make phone calls.
Sounds like you have absolutely no clue on how to use the products you buy.
Also sounds like someone should take power of attorney over your finances, since you seem incapable of stopping yourself from buying products that don't work.
#1. Magic Trackpad requires nothing special. Download the software. Turn it on. Use it. You'd have to try very hard to screw this up. I couldn't keep a 4 year old from figuring it out within 40 minutes.
#2. The iPad works fine on all WiFi networks. Prior to the update, it didn't do well with 64bit WEP secure networks. Now its fine.
#3. If your phone cannot make phone calls, you need more help than 'technical support' can offer.