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Beta 4 Build 48339 (Jun 11, 2007)
I have been running this since beta 2. Things run great. Since its created by vmware, any machine you create works with with VMware server. The os' run fast and without crashing.
DudeBoyz... make sure you have installed the vmware tools, this will greatly increase mouse and video quality.
Beta 4 Build 48339 (Aug 10, 2010 - 4:50 PM)
Cell phone providers just a few years ago dictated what hardware you can use on your network, what app stores you can use, what design of the phone you will get, etc. All it took was Apple to create a device that a lot of people wanted to break into the company. Now design and functionality, with rule the phone market. Also, it opened up for more competition, i.e Google, where phone designers dictate the market not the cell providers.
Beta 4 Build 48339 (Mar 5, 2010 - 2:48 PM)
I don't know why you got modded down. But this is exactly why the ipad is going to open up a whole new way of getting information.
Beta 4 Build 48339 (Mar 5, 2010 - 2:44 PM)
Actually its a proven processor, a quote from another blog.
"The A4 is a custom implementation of the ARM A9 processor, also found in Snapdragon (running the Nexus One) and Tegra (running the Zune HD). The difference is there is a GPU mated with the A9 in Apple’s design, probably to help offload the graphics work and keep the interface smooth."
Beta 4 Build 48339 (Mar 5, 2010 - 2:35 PM)
As usually I see that the Apple haters didn't even watch the video.
I would suggest watching it. This is why the ipad is going to be the product of the year. Its not a computer, its not a netbook, it's an information device. Its so simple even a caveman..err kid can use it.
Beta 4 Build 48339 (Jul 17, 2008 - 10:03 AM)
One thing that most people forget is that Apple is not a software company like Microsoft. They are rooted in hardware. They want to sell ipods, iphones, Macbooks, etc. They just make the software to allow you to use that hardware. Both Microsoft and "linux" companies have designed their software to run on different types of hardware. Even though it looks the same, their motives are completely different.