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Posts from — October 2007

Steve Jobs Ends iPhone SDK Panic

Daniel Eran Dilger
Apple officially announced plans to release a software development kit for the iPhone and iPod Touch in February. That pulls the rug from under the harping wags who have tried to conflate Apple’s security efforts with the persecution of third party developers.

In Chinese 中文
Steve Jobs结束iPhone缺乏软件开发包的慌乱
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October 17, 2007   38 Comments

Apple Offers $110 Leopard Rebate for Early Mac Buyers

Mac OS X Leopard
Daniel Eran Dilger
In a move that echoed the $100 iPhone rebate that Apple extended to early adopters who bought the phone in June and July, the company has announced that it will be giving those who bought a new Mac this month a $110 $120 rebate on the price of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, which will ship October 26, 2007.

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October 16, 2007   13 Comments

AppleInsider Bluetooth Keyboard Review + Road to Leopard

October 15, 2007   10 Comments

What You Expected, What You Got

What You Expected:


What You Got…

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October 14, 2007   246 Comments

Rise of the iTunes Killers Myth

iTunes Killer
Daniel Eran Dilger
After years of looking foolish for parading out model after model of embarrassing junk as the next iPod Killer, the seas of punditry have given up on finding an iPod Killer, and have instead sought to identify an iTunes Killer. It seems they’ve decided that the reason the iPod is outselling everything else is that it is “locked down” to the iTunes Store. Their obvious answer is to seek to kill iTunes so that online music buyers are liberated to go out and buy iPod alternatives. They’re wrong, here’s why.

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October 13, 2007   22 Comments

Arrogance Unleashed: The Foul Stench of Computerworld’s Mike Elgan

mike elgan
Daniel Eran Dilger
Mike Elgan, a former editor of Windows Magazine, has recently gone on an anti-Apple rampage, posting countless articles on why users should torment themselves with fear, doubt, and uncertainty about Apple. Elgan’s desperation is so overreaching that it is, like Rob Enderle, an embarrassment even to Windows Enthusiasts.

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October 6, 2007   46 Comments