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  # 251534 29-Aug-2009 12:25
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Buttonmash: Watch the tracking page. You should have it early next week regardless of their estimated date. T&T are pretty good.


I really hope so.. Because I need to get back on track ASAP. And i dont want ot upgrade to SL, I want to do a clean install.. so..





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  # 251537 29-Aug-2009 12:31
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jayaldous: There is no tracking page. It's shipped by Australia Post. As far as I can tell anyway. Lame.


holy crap.. you're right :| $20 for what?

Postage my ass.





 
 
 
 


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  # 251539 29-Aug-2009 12:43
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Just got my copy from Magnum Mac on Broadway in Newmarket. :)

There were heaps in stock.

Oh, my first impression is it takes ages to install/upgrade.

My Windows 7 clean install took less time than Snow Leopard did to upgrade... Hmm...

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  # 251542 29-Aug-2009 13:05
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Mine is stuck in the TNT warehouse in Wellington. Been there since yesterday .grrrrrrr





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  # 251543 29-Aug-2009 13:06
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KiwiNZ: Mine is stuck in the TNT warehouse in Wellington. Been there since yesterday .grrrrrrr



ouch..





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  # 251796 30-Aug-2009 20:11
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I have the same status as you jayaldous. I put my pre-order in for SL months ago using the up to date program. Apparently my order shipped on the 28th via Australian post, and is estimated to arrive on the 9th.

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  # 251798 30-Aug-2009 20:16
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For the people that have upgraded how are they finding it?

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  # 251801 30-Aug-2009 20:25
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I have the same status as you jayaldous. I put my pre-order in for SL months ago using the up to date program. Apparently my order shipped on the 28th via Australian post, and is estimated to arrive on the 9th.

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  # 251807 30-Aug-2009 20:51
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I'm actually going to ring and complain tomorrow. I think $20 for postage and packaging is umm. Well, too much considering its only standard post.

From what I hear, all we're paying for (if we used the up-to-date program) is the postage.


So what gives.

If I knew I wasn't going to have to wait on standard post to be delivered, i would have spent more and gone and got the $59 copy from my local MagnumMac Store





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  # 251811 30-Aug-2009 21:27
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johnr: For the people that have upgraded how are they finding it?

John



Im actually not that impressed with it, im running it on my unibody mbp, and I have not really noticed much in the way of improved speed, program stability is absolutely rubbish, with safari crashing multiple times a day, and other programs locking up. I would stick with leopard for the mean while until 10.6.1.

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  # 251853 31-Aug-2009 07:24
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TotallyMac finally emailed me yesterday and asked for payment. I guess that means it'll be sent to me today and I'll receive it tomorrow.

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  # 251895 31-Aug-2009 10:12
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My "Up-to-date" arrived via regular unsigned NZ Post this morning - check your letterboxes.

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  # 251903 31-Aug-2009 10:28

johnr: For the people that have upgraded how are they finding it?

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Pre ordered my copy from Apple. Got delivered at my Christchurch address early on the 28th.


I have found it great. install was a breeze. Everything seems quite a bit snappier and have not had any crashes at all. Safari renders pages damn quick. Seems quicker than safari 4 on leopard.


I would compare this to the iPhone OS upgrade from 2.0 to 2.1

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  # 251981 31-Aug-2009 16:10
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Currently on the phone to Apple now.

On hold for the 34th minute.

I spose that was to be expected with SL being released.





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  # 252033 31-Aug-2009 19:08
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I also paid $19 for the up-to-date and received an email saying delivery by 9/9/09. For that price you think they could have sent it over night!

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