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trpnmonkey41

 
Member Since: Jul 22, 2003
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Well 10.1 was considered pretty buggy by apple when it came out and the jump from 10.1 to 10.2 was pretty significant. The updates from panther to jaguar were not as significant which made it much easier for developers to have the cross version compatibility. That coupled with the fact that it has been 2 and a half years since the release of Jaguar that most developers have stopped paying attention to anything less than Jaguar. Almost all Mac systems support Jaguar or Panther and with Apples market share growing thanks to the iPod developers worry more about making sure they have the best product that takes full advantage of the current hardware and operating systems that they don't really focus on the older OS's.

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