Apple's bizarre online store reboot this morning revealed that the next point-update for Mac OS X will be in the hands of the faithful this Friday, August 28! Many speculated on the purported September availability of the operating system upgrade, but today's information clears the air. Although Apple's web site clearly states that Snow Leopard "Delivers on August 28th," … [Read more...] about Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard”: In Our Hands August 28!
One of the iPhone OS 3.0 features touted by Apple at WWDC was the ability to subscribe to Internet calendars in CalDAV and iCalendar/ICS format. On first testing OS 3.0, I discovered that these calendars could indeed be synchronized from my Mac's iCal application through iTunes, but that these would not update over the air. However, on closer examination I have discovered that, … [Read more...] about How To Subscribe To Internet Calendars In iPhone OS 3.0
ZFS wasn't the only AWOL storage technology in Apple's OS X 10.5 - early builds of Leopard included a built-in iSCSI initiator. When the operating system was finally released in October of 2007, both ZFS and iSCSI were quietly dropped, making room for 300 other features Apple felt were more prime-time-ready. With the next major OS X release, 10.6 "Snow Leopard", just around … [Read more...] about Will Snow Leopard Finally Bring iSCSI To The Mac?