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Last release with PowerPC G3 support. The first public release with iPod touch 3rd generation and iPhone OS 3. The first public release with iPhone 4 iPhone3,1 and iOS 4. The first public release with iPod touch 4th generation and iOS 4. The first public release with iPhone 4 iPhone3,3 support. The first public release with iPad 2 and iOS 4.
The first public release with bit support in Lion.
The first public release with iOS 5. The first public release with iOS 6. The first public release with iOS 7. The first public release with OS X Mavericks support. The first public release with iOS 8. The first public release with iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 support. The first public release with iPad Pro The first public release with iPad Pro 9.
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This version was released only 2 days after the official 8. Also removed device icons for iPhones and iPods. The first public release with iPad support. Breaks blackra1n compatibility. Last version with support for Windows XP and Vista. I'm suspicious of Lion myself. My understanding is that Where would I find info about this and possibly purchase an upgrade? Have you ever noticed how hard it is to find basic info on the Apple site?
Originally Posted By: deniro. In Memory Of Harv: Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
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Your sister will not be able to purchase either OS X Both are obsolete products. She might be able to find copies on eBay or at one of the on line stores specializing in old Macs, but there are precautions especially when buying from eBay.
Be prepared to pay a premium price for these out of date operating systems. You must purchase a retail black disk version of OS X. The OEM grey disk versions that shipped in the box with a new Mac will only work on the specific Mac model they shipped with. Leopard OS X Lion OS X I have upgraded my wife, my sister, my daughter, my grandson, and my son-in-law to Lion and the number of phone calls for help have fallen to almost zero.
Information on the Apple web site, not surprisingly is focused on currently shipping products, but their support knowledge base and forums go back several years.
The trick is knowing how to search for the information you are looking for. IMHO, if your sister has a Mac with an Intel processor she would be better off technically and financially upgrading to Lion. Snow Leopard is still available from Apple Store U. Can you go from Tiger to Snow Leopard or do you need Leopard first? Can you go from Tiger to Lion without intervening updates? I'm getting the specs on her laptop. Here are the specs. What are my options? OS There is another consideration you may want to take into account. Even though your sister's iBook is still officially supported, it will phase through the 'vintage' stage into 'obsolescence' within the next 2 years.
But as it is, Apple already isn't supporting Leopard with security updates any longer, and various other web-related software is no longer updated either.
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If you depend on any of this for secure web connections, you must realize that a lot of it has already been compromised. For this reason many web sites require Intel-based Macs to run their client apps. I can say this from my own experience working mostly on a last model G5 iMac. Suffice it to say that I'm thinking more and more about upgrading my work horse Mac. Would you please clarify " their client apps?
Good catch, Jon. Problem is that deniro's sister can't function fully with Tiger If you add the cost of RAM to that of a Leopard disc, her best, although not least expensive, bet is to spring for a new er Mac as per alternaut.
Not sure about the math. Originally Posted By: artie Originally Posted By: dkmarsh. But they've been yanked from many of their retail stores, and you are unlikely to find them at any 3rd party channels like local apple authorized resellers. And so we did.