Apple to slow pace of OS X releases Although Apple has released a new "full" version of Mac OS X once a year for the past three years, a News.com article quotes Apple software chief Avie Tevanian as stating, "We're slowing that (pace) down a little bit...because that's not a sustainable rate. But you'll still see us go really fast." More.
iTunes still sings, but fine tuning lies ahead In a Chicago Sun-Times column, Andy Ihnatko writes that " All in all, iTunes stands alone. None of its competitors give you this sort of function or flexibility until you cough up some (or lots of) cash, and none do it with the same buccaneer-like panache...Still, there are chinks in Apple's armor." More.
PC Magazine reviews iTunes PC Magazine recently reviewed iTunes 4.5 and gave it a 4/5 rating: " It isn't a must-have upgrade, but it does enhance an already outstanding digital music package." More.
Previously on MacFixIt:
- Office 2004 (#5): General issues; Word: workaround for older files; Entourage: Silk conflict; Excel: Red X problem gone; more
- Utilities Updates: sterBatteryInfo 1.0; HyperEdit 1.0; Web Dumper 2.1; more
- New and Noteworthy: Apple Keynote Design contest; Chinese PCs to come with iTunes pre-installed; more