It'll probably be easier to purchase it via the App Store. And I think it'll be easier to find software through the App Store because they have them in sections (Games, Productivity, etc). (if they follow the iPhone app store model, which I'm sure they will)
Sorry ya'll, when I get a software program over the net I spend the extra $10 to get a hard copy (DVD). I want a "solid" backup if I need it + I keep the serial # and the on-line codes with the hard copy. Guess I'm too old fashioned.
I usually burn a CD or DVD of installers that I downloaded and a document with serial numbers.
Yeah thats the right way to do it.
Sure I used to buy the Hard Box with the developers DVD, its a nice thing to have - I have learned that since these software titles go obsolete so fast now days, it seems almost a waste of money buying the hard box.
The last hard boxes I bought was iWork 04, its at 09 now, and OSX Tiger, its at snow now. So they just sit around collecting dust.
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