Sources: The Verge, Engadget
quote: their ridiculously overpriced products
quote: - AirPlay and AirPlay mirroring
quote: - Gatekeeper
quote: - system wide integration of 'share' button - you can share pretty much anything you want
quote: - Safari 6 with loads of updates
quote: By default it only allows apps from Apples store and identified developers.
quote: that's OK, AirPlay mirroring alone is worth the upgrade - that's something I've been waiting for
quote: Move on buddy. You are acting like a 8 year old. Mountain Lion is out and let the reviewers REVIEW it. At the end of the day, there's something called "The Market" that will dictate whether the product is a viable product or not.
quote: the market hasn't rallied to Apple computers
quote: Profit isn't marketshare
quote: I was making an argument that when it comes to desktop OS's, "the market" isn't choosing OSX, and traditionally never has in large numbers. Market share proves this. How is bringing up profits defeating my point?
quote: How do Apple's profits stack up to Microsoft just on the OS side of things?
quote: You honestly expect anyone to read something, coming from you of all people, THAT long?
quote: If your a stockholder or owner yes
quote: and use my computer for whatever I need to do without worrying about it and tweaking it and so on.
quote: Gatekeeper is more like Windows UAC (User Account Control). By default it only allows apps from Apples store and identified developers. I can see this causing lots of issues with people wondering why they cant install some things now.Kind of funny really, in those annoying ads Apple used to take the p**s out of Vista for UAC and its security dialogue boxes popping up, and now Apple have gone and done the same sort of thing.
quote: OSX versus Windows 8, both on legacy PC and devices. OSX upgraded on both desktop and devices annually, I wonder how often Microsoft can manage Windows updates?