The venerable S. Jobs said it would be out in February, having declared it unnecessary - now it seems the Software Developer Kit will be even later to the party. Business Week - who were right about the SDK itself last time - report a delay of another couple of weeks, though rumours suggest an alpha-test version might be …
march is the new February
if Steve said the SDK will be released in February, then the SDK will be released in February.
we will just have to switch from using the old fashioned and out-moded Gregorian calendar to the new, shiny, white iCalendar, which is much better, light-weight, and has a superior user interface because every month is called February.
we only have to shift thinking by a few weeks. as opposed to Vista where 2005, 2006 and 2007 are the new 2004.
Ah, now i got it... Apple copied Time Machine from M$ !!!! lol
Apple copied Time Machine from M$ !!!! lol
Nice to see you can see that microsoft had that feature for many years before apple.
VSS and Previous Versions, came out in Windows XP SP1, and Server 2003, so has been in windows for close to 5 years now.
Rumours about Apple aside, iTunes updated itself yesterday and now I notice on TUAW that there's a new firmware update for iPhone/iPod Touch. Both these updates will be needed to support the SDK..
VSS, what? Even most windows users dont even know what that is, but ye all know time machine by now.
Ah look, we all know MS invented the computer and all features that go on it.
Really, they _were_ the first to come up with all the ideas.
somehow though, its not _how_ or _when_ its done, its the interface/implementation that matters to Joe Gobshitte. Funny that too.
anyway, time to go burn the fridge
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