Hi all.. How can Apple can get away with breaking their own apps ? and w all just accept it ? Not ranting about Apple in general here, but i can understand it happning with iPhoto version 9, and Apple quickly patched it within 24 hours, now they done the same with iBooks. This would be the equivalent of a user buys a Dell PC and no one can open IE. MS doesn't do any of this, and they have a larger market share, need to support third part manufactures and all, and its strange how it all still works, out of the box. Yet, Apple makes both hardware/software, small market share, and they can stuff up the OS any way they like... Users will complain, but Apple doesn't really care... They fix what they want... Just curious, there is a patten, and wondering why Apple can easily do with in a smaller market..... (maybe Apple thinks no one will notice ?? ) You'd have to be blind not to notice this. Even though we complain, we still use, because software does just work, however that only happens if Apple doesn't break it.... so its not always sunshine and rainbows. There's a clear view here, or am I'm the only one here that notice's Apple's mis-haps ? and re-visits the same thing time and time again, while we users can only keep saying "everything has bugs" ? I like Apple, as much as the next person, but if Microsoft did this. then they'd be an huge out-cry as totally unacceptable... Imagine if all PC's shipped with IE couldn't open... MS fixes it in an update, but then breaks it again later on.. This is exactly what Apple is doing to different apps. While I know they rely on developers to test this, i would actually blame Apple for not testing these themselves.... Its their OS after all, and shouldn't be relying on developers 100% For some reason Apple support also has issues when running OS X in a VM.... Even though the user knows its quicker and easier in a VM to reproduce such issues, rather than reinstalling OS X on your main machine, support doesn't like that.... For some reason, i'll never understand why they don't.