Ransom 5 earlier this week

Ransom

5 earlier this week /2008/09/15/apple-releases-mac-os-x-10-5-5/, Apple should begin work on Mac OS X Built-in Blu-ray support into Mac OS X would open the door for Apple to finally incorporate Blu-ray drives into their Macs as well as Blu-ray support into their suite of iLife applications. The 6 update will not come before the rumored notebook revisions in October, but could conceivably be ready by Macworld San Francisco 200 Is it not possible that 6 was started a while ago, in parallel with 5, and includes Blu-Ray support and support for the new laptops to be announced on October 14th? Why should the seeding of one preclude the release of the other especially when it would give away the existence of new hardware? Everybody including me would prefer a release before that, but I think they will wait for THE MAJOR event!! Everybody including me would prefer a release before that, but I think they will wait for THE MAJOR event!! Im afraid that Apple will wait for BIG NEWS! From this day on, blu-ray drives will be included to like most of the other manufacturers Ransom done with PCs for months. Big news for a MAJOR event indeed. meh who cares its only the internet. anyone can do anything. downloads are SLOWLY starting to Ransom optical media. i now download everything. our house used to buy 5-10 DVD movies a month. now its down to zero. we used to go to the movies about 3 times a month. we now go none, all because i download it. yea hardly any1 has broadband, especially here is aus. we struggle to even get ADSL2 in more than 10% of the nation if that!. 720p movies are slow because no1 seeds it! im sure if you were doing it legally then it would be downloaded in a flash. meh i have no input on this matter Movies are slow because of connection speeds. You illegally downloading movies is not exactly a prime comparison to a legitimate business model of buying from itunes, amazon, netlifx etc. You defeated your own argument with your we struggle to even get ADSL2 in more than 10% of the nation if that! statement. Until, worldwide, both internet connection speeds and the infrastructure behind the internet are such that they can sustain downloads of that size, in mass, physical media will remain a big seller and cash cow for both music and movie companies. Vinyl has seen over a 15% increase in sales last so much for wanting everything digital and downloaded then eh? On the topic however, I have no idea why Apple, a member of the Blu-Ray consortium have yet to add support to their own products. It is rather illogical to me why they havent added the drives.

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