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Monday, September 26, 2005

Too much too fast for Apple?

Fast on the tail of warnings last week about upgrading to iTunes 5.0, it looks like some iPod Nano users are experiencing severely scratched screens. If the reports at FlawedMusicPlayer.com are true, it seems that scratching can occur even when cleaning the Nano with a microfiber cleaning cloth, or carrying it in a shirt pocket (with nothing else in the pocket). However, many Nano owners report they have had no problems, according to this News.com article.

Perhaps more importantly, Apple announced ten security fixes to address Mac OS X flaws that security experts described as "critical." You know what that means... Quit everything, fire up Software Update, and expect to get nothing else done for the next hour while it all downloads and then asks you to restart your machine.

1 Comments

Blogger waterlovinguy117 said...

On the dark side Redmond has decided to stop supporting unauthorized copies of Blimpdows, not that I ever heard of anyone doing that. They check your version and if it doesn't mesh, no security fix for you. I can think of nothing more unpleasurable in the e-world than actually paying for a copy of Blimpdows, but it's a new day in America. God Bless the penguins.

9/26/2005 09:48:00 PM

 

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