It takes quite a bit to get me fired up, but the excitement of un-boxing and setting up my new iPhone 5 was quickly dashed when I was unable to obtain iTunes 7. I own a 24" iMac which I purchased in late 2009. The machine came with Leopard, and is still running Leopard to this day. The fact that I cannot sync my new phone to my 3-Year Old computer is about as frustrating as it gets. I understand the direction of technology is quickly moving to "cloud" computing, however this is too much. Apple needs to recognize that obsoleting software/hardware this quick could be extremely damaging. I feel like taken advantage of, almost forced to spend money, I really don't need to/want to spend. I still want the security of having all of my data at my finger tips, I do not want to rely on someone else's hardware. Also, I do understand it will cost $50 or to get my computer up-to-date, but I've been holding off in hopes of the next generation iMac. I have been planning on upgrading my iMac for about 8 Month's now, but I am still waiting, real bad taste in my mouth. Then I thought of my father, who is using a 2005 G5 Tower that I gave to him. The computer still hums like the day I got it, and is perfect for his skill/use level, but it's lack of Intel processor wont allow him to go any further than Leopard. Again, a perfectly good computer, obsolete. It comes to a point where you have to evaluate if this is worth it anymore?