Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 27th Feb 2011 20:26 UTC
Mac OS X Earlier this week, Apple released the first developer preview of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. At the same time, Apple listed a number of new features we hadn't yet heard about, which are quite interesting. There are two themes: bringing iOS to Mac OS X, and adding features other operating systems have had for ages - except in such a way that you can actually use them. Update: Fixed that scrolling thing. It's the other way around of course.
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RE: Are Mac users so disposable?
by _txf_ on Mon 28th Feb 2011 13:02 UTC in reply to "Are Mac users so disposable?"
_txf_
Member since:
2008-03-17

Ok, that "kill me now with this scrolling" guy exaggerates a *lot*


Erm...exaggeration as an exclamation for comedic intent? Learn Internet Sarcasm eh? Nobody in their right mind makes a *serious* point in caps anymore...


Now you are saying they won't support 3 years old machines


I for one like the fact that they are dumping 32bit systems to the curb. Anybody with a little foresight could see the outcome for the first core Macs would be this eventually.
What I do find sad is how there are some macs have cpus that are 64bit capable but not supported by efi.

It's like the iPhone again, I bought that piece of sh** thinking I could use it for years, now one year later most apps run like crap, including Apple's ones

The price you pay for buying from Apple. I have a MBP but it doesn't bother me that much as MBPs predate the Apples notion of disposable appliances...

Edited 2011-02-28 13:10 UTC

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puelocesar Member since:
2008-10-30

Oh, sorry, I confused you with that angry guy who commented you. Sorry..

But about the MPB and iPhones, how long before they win so much money with iOS devices that they start giving the finger to Mac users?

I always liked Apple, but after owning an iPhone, I want they to go down!

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