Why is iChat OsX 10.2 only?
October 1, 2002 2:48PM
iPod + iTunes + AppleTV
edited January 2014
Is this a technology issue or just an other way to get people to upgrade? <img src="graemlins/hmmm.gif" border="0" alt="[Hmmm]" />
Reply 1 of 7
October 1, 2002 2:50PM
Because of the way it is integrated with the OS and other apps such as addy book
Reply 2 of 7
October 1, 2002 4:25PM
[quote]Originally posted by Mount_my_floppy:
<strong>Because of the way it is integrated with the OS and other apps such as addy book</strong><hr></blockquote>
And because it's a Cocoa app.
Reply 3 of 7
October 1, 2002 5:27PM
and because it was compiled with GCC 3.1
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October 1, 2002 5:48PM
Reply 5 of 7
October 2, 2002 9:47AM
[quote]Originally posted by AirSluf:
Neither of those two reasons are valid, programs programmed with the Cocoa API or compiled under GCC 3.1 are not restricted to 10.2+. The dependencies are driven by the AddressBook and other iApps as noted in second post. The fact it is a central feature of a paid upgrade is the motivation for using underlying system features not available in 10.1.x.
[ 10-01-2002: Message edited by: AirSluf ]</strong><hr></blockquote>
Oh sorry, I read the question as "Why is iChat OS X only" <img src="graemlins/embarrassed.gif" border="0" alt="[Embarrassed]" />
Reply 6 of 7
October 2, 2002 10:31AM
and i think it uses rendezvous tecnology...
Reply 7 of 7
October 2, 2002 11:38AM
Little bit off topic here. I've been trying to set up iChat. My wife has an aol account. I've tried to enter her screen name as a buddy. The only choices though for entering a buddy is either aim account or .mac account. If I just enter her screen name as an aim account...she doesn't show up. Is there a way to make her appear or does she have to register her screen names with aim?