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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by plinden, May 2, 2006.
which they have already done what? 4 times? cant forget people: origional target was 2003.....
Why don't they just give up Vista. Q2 2007 now? HA. Apple should make another new ad about this. Get switchers.
LMAO. This is too funny. Will this be the next Duke Nukem Forever? Anybody remember that game that has been and is still in development for the past 9 years.
But really this is almost sad, not really
I enjoy seeing the SLOW fall os MS.
Maybe if Vista was going to get all the orginal promised features i could see it taking this long, but it has so few features is terrible
MWA HAHA. By this time, we should have OS 10.5.3 in our hands!
or if you're a dev, 10.6.0 beta
Not quite. The 10.6.0 beta should come out...when, like MacWorld 2008???
Yes, about 6 months before Vista
It's obvious. MS just wants to steal the spotlight from Leaport- no pun intended.
How many people here still believe that Vista will ever see the light of day?
Thurrott still hasn't responded to or even posted the announcement. I'd love to hear what he has to say...
This is sort of tangential, but ... when they say "volume customers" vs. "retail customers," I know where large corporate installs fall, but where do OEM copies to be installed on newly manufactured computers (e.g. being sold by Dell, HP, Lenovo, etc) fall? And loosely related, was the previous plan actually to have new PCs being sold with Vista on them before Christmas, or was it to be January? Not that it matters now....
people THIS IS FUD!!!!!!!
We all know that Vista is shipping with Duke Nukem Forever
Just the other day I was saying to a colleague of mine that I thought it would eventually would ship in March. I still believe that too, whether this story is true or not.
Let's hope Leopard has one or two killer features that get splashed across the media just as Microsoft announce the final delay in Longhaul shipping. Hopefully the Mac ads will embed into the public's minds, the new MacBook and iPod AV announcements will impress and keep Apple in the public eye and then boom, Leopard.