Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Jun 2009 18:02 UTC
Apple At the WWDC today, Apple has lifted the veil on a number of features of its upcoming operating system, Snow Leopard. Most of the work on Snow Leopard has gone into under-the-hood technologies and optimisations, but there are also a number of interface tweaks. The company also updated some of its laptops, while also lowering their prices. We got all the news from MacRumorsLive.com.
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nathbeadle
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2006-08-08

I bet most people would pay MORE than $30 for a program that can handle exchange....

THAT ALONE is worth the extra money, having exchange integrated at a system level....

... and now that the $30 is accounted for everything else is just icing thrown on top ;)

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rhetoric.sendmemoney Member since:
2006-01-22

I bet most people would pay MORE than $30 for a program that can handle exchange....



Eh, I wouldn't. I am a home user... Apple's target audience.

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KAMiKAZOW Member since:
2005-07-06

"I bet most people would pay MORE than $30 for a program that can handle exchange....


Eh, I wouldn't. I am a home user... Apple's target audience.
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Snow Leopard's new features are mostly targeted towards professional users. So much for "target audience"... Even home users will appriciate increased performance, usability improvements, ect.

OpenCL, Exchange, 64 bits, etc. aren't cucial for home users, but for only $29 you can't complain, considering the next Vista service pack, called Windows 7, will probably cost more.

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