Apple has just announced that Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard has been delayed until October. The reason? iPhone: “we had to borrow some key software engineering and QA resources from our Mac OS(R) X team, and as a result we will not be able to release Leopard at our Worldwide Developers Conference in early June as planned.”
However, Apple will still be displaying a “feature complete” version of Leopard at June’s WWDC event, and will be giving beta versions for developers to take home and help put the finishing touches on.
At least the iPhone is still coming in June.
Sorry about this fairly non PDA music related post. Normal service will be resumed shortly.
This is one of those “what if” type posts about Bhajis Loops. What would it have looked like if it had got to a version 2.0? I can imagine lots of features that could have been added along the way, but I bet there’s an even longer list somewhere of all the feature requests from users.
Anyway, for what it is worth, here’s my list:
– Audio support. Two channels (or more) of audio to go alongside the instruments.
– Synth plug ins. Like an FM synth.
– Bluetooth support. To sync multiple handhelds to the same clock.
– Increased effect plug ins. What kind I’m not sure.
– Ability to connect to a bluetooth keyboard (for input)
What would you have liked?
Click on the title of the post for a useful review of this headset. In fact, very useful if you’re a TX or T5 user as it gives you a mic on your device as well.