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  Reply # 297556 10-Feb-2010 00:20
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I thought it was a digital photo frame not a computer anyway :x



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  Reply # 297577 10-Feb-2010 06:57
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NZBullet,
As mentioned before in this thread. The iPhone does NOT run OSX. Macintosh Computers run Operating System Ten ie OSX.
iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches run versions of Apple iPhone OS 3 at this stage.

Over the drowning in fanboyism remark from others.
Wrong age, wrong sex and I can swim, suggest you act your age rather than your shoe size.
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  Reply # 297582 10-Feb-2010 08:09
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I am locking this thread.

Ashka, I suggest you think very hard before posting, as you seem to like abusing other users which is not tolerated here.

And for the record, the iPad runs a version of the iphone OS, which is part of the OS X family.

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