Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 26th Jan 2012 15:13 UTC
Mac OS X "It's no longer possible to write a single app that takes advantage of the full range of Mac OS X features. Some APIs only work inside the Mac App Store. Others only work outside it. Presumably, this gap will widen as more new features are App Store-exclusive, while sandboxing places greater restrictions on what App Store apps are allowed to do." Anybody surprised by this, here's the clue stick. Please proceed to hit yourself with it.
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RE: Allright
by Johann Chua on Fri 27th Jan 2012 05:56 UTC in reply to "Allright"
Johann Chua
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2005-07-22

Isn't being able to run Windows via Boot Camp or Parallels a selling point for Intel Macs? How many people buy Macs and don't run OS X as the primary OS?

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RE[2]: Allright
by galvanash on Fri 27th Jan 2012 18:55 in reply to "RE: Allright"
galvanash Member since:
2006-01-25

Isn't being able to run Windows via Boot Camp or Parallels a selling point for Intel Macs? How many people buy Macs and don't run OS X as the primary OS?


That's me ;) I have 3 Macs and if they ever remove Boot Camp they will definitely loose me as a customer... I really just like the hardware.

To me OSX is like a really high-end Belgium Ale. I drink it occasionally and when I do I really enjoy it, but I can't handle it every damn day. Most of the time I just want a Bud...

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