seacrets wrote:Take it easy mate. iPhone has been demonstrated and it is not available. I prefer a few months than never. There are a lot of companies that they don't even care of us. Imagine we don't even have that beta till the official software is available. You should consider it a gift, at least I do.
Last I checked, the iPhone wasn't for sale, and there was a clear timetable for it's intended availability.
On the other hand, the demo at the Google and Logitech booths indicated that the product was available and provided specific functionality . . . nowhere was it disclosed that the product wouldn't work on the Mac platform, as demonstrated, for "several months". It took a lot of searching to uncover that fact in this forum.
This last part is where I take issue with this whole deal.
My concern, due to the lack of updates by the company here and on other forums, is that the OSX drivers are not undergoing active development and the device that I have purchased for a specific purpose will never actually be capable of performing that role.
The company needs to put some heavy duty disclaimers on their website qualifying their OSX support (or lack of it).