I finally switched to the iPhone when the new model, the 3GS, was released on the 19 June. My main requirement was not the phone but the data capabilities. I also wanted it to replace my existing iPod Classic.
The new Mac mini is up and running and the Website has been moved back – Hopefully the new hardware should result in a big speed increase.
I’m sure those apple developers though it was very funny – they gave any Windows machines on your network a nice icon with an innocent looking blue screen. But another feature of Leopard is that you can view the icons up to a resolution of 512X512 and at this size the full detail is clearContinue reading “Apple BSOD in Leopard”
It’s been six months since the one and only upgrade to the Apple TV – since then it seems to have been sidelined by Apple.