Friday, June 15, 2012

Updates: iTunes, Java and Airport

I had the following updates on June 20, 2012. In the past days, a lots things happened for Apple. WWDC started on Monday (Jun 11), and today is the last date of the WWDC. Tim Cook and his team's keynote speech was a great one, with a new line of MBP< specially Retina MBP 15, OS X and iOS6.

I read many reviews and critics on R-MBP15. It is a top line laptop, beautifully designed and with huge power. The demand of this product is very hot. At Apple store, the shipping date has been delayed at the start from 1-2 weeks to 3-4 weeks after two days. I phoned local Market Mall Apple store, they don't have stock yet, but the model is in show at the store.

In the past week, I watched Steve Jobs' previous talks at AllThingsD from 2003 to 2010, available at iTunes podcast.  The podcast lists as top one. I enjoyed watching the interviews with Steve. Looking back from this history, with my wittiness of Apple's innovations and growth, I have better understanding of Steve and Apple. We have been so fortunate to have Steve with us during Century. My life has been changed because of this.

Here are snapshots of the updates:

The following is the comparison of spaces used before and after of the updates:

Command: df -lakUsed(Kilobytes in 1024-blocks)
Difference (A-B)24,060

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