[SpamCop-Geeks] Re: Apple updates OS-X
fct2 at cornell.edu
Sun Nov 2 18:39:22 EST 2003
In article <bns43i$mbm$1 at news.spamcop.net>, Ray <nobody at spamcop.net>
> I think the thing many people might be POd about is that 10.3 has
> several security issues fixed from 10.2 and at this time Apple is not
> offering patches for those who do not want to upgrade to 10.3.
Not true, they're working on them, as they've publically stated (albeit,
probably after your post).
Also, Apple didn't go to 11 because how confusing would it be to say
"Mac OS X 11". Apple seems to be conserving numbers as much as possible
to push off that day as long as they can.
"Mac OS Ten" "version 11.1" will be confusing. They shoulda restarted at
"Mac OS X, version 1.0", if you ask me. But too late.
The 10.0 -> 10.1 -> 10.2 -> 10.3 upgrades have all been very
significant. Apple's just saving numbers.
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