Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 4th Feb 2009 07:05 UTC
Apple Apple has always been about moving forward, about pressing customers to buy the latest and greatest. Product pacing has been high in Cupertino (except for the Mac Mini, obviously), and this is obviously a good thing if you're an Apple bean counter. Most Apple fans more or less accept this planned obsolescence without question, but the company may have just gone a little too far.
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RE[2]: Snow Leopard
by obi_oni on Sun 8th Feb 2009 22:55 UTC in reply to "RE: Snow Leopard"
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It's not as if a few GB (if that much) on disk mattered - it never gets loaded in memory, so it doesn't make a difference to startup speed or runtime performance.

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