or is it too early?<br><br>price drop is nice... did they mention any upgrade path for the hardware ?<br>just curious... iPhone 2.0 will be nice... <br><br>I didn't get much details about what happens to .Mac --> Me.com... AND ??<br><br><br>Mentioned snow leopard, but no details ?<br><br>is evey one as confused as I am, or is it my Meds ? <br><br>David (OFI)
.Mac has now become MobileMe. The features look to be very nice and I think with your iPhone, you will like it a lot.<br><br>"early" July is when iPhone 2 software update comes out. LOTS of neat features that I like. $9.99 for iPod Touch owners.<br><br>As is usually the case, you are SOL for upgrading unless you can talk AT&T into a deal. No word from them yet as far as subsidizing or upgrading. Remember, don't buy 1st generation anything. <br><br>Sweet prices on the new iPhones. Question is, will the iPod Touch go down in price too?<br><br><br><br>my photos
Sorry, buddy, I'm getting dumber as time goes on.<br>The 3G iPhone sounds good but I have no idea what they are talking about.<br>Same for MobileMe. I don't know what they are talking about.<br>The only thing that concerns me is I am hoping to keep my mac.com email address. So far it looks like I will be able to.<br>Edit: I will be able to keep my mac.com email address. Yea!<br><br>I also am looking forward to hearing more details about Snow Leopard.<br><br>There is also a possibility that we may hear from ATI that they are making the HD 3870 available for the Mac Pro.<br>The only thing bad about that is it would be right on the heels of the launching of ATI's HD 4870.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
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The only thing that concerns me is I am hoping to keep my mac.com email address. So far it looks like I will be able to.<br>Edit: I will be able to keep my mac.com email address. Yea!<br><br>Just got the email from Apple. It's good they are keeping the mac.com email accounts and twice the storage amount (now 20 GB for MobileMe) for the same annual price! <br><br>
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