Apple’s Dictionary Really Needs To Be Updated In OS X Mountain Lion [Image]

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Engadget spotted that in OS X’s own Dictionary.app, the definition of Apple is woefully out of date, not even mentioning Cupertino’s biggest products: the iPhone and iPad.

Sadly, the dictionary is also out of date in other ways… namely, in how it lists Steve Jobs.

There’s no date on the other side of that hyphen to the east of 1955. If only, Apple, if only.

  • Leslie Martin

    “There’s no date on the other side of that hyphen to the east of 1955.”

    That’s because he’s still alive in our memories.

  • HerbalEd

    When I was in my early twenties in the 60s I voluntarily worked 12 hours per day, 7 days per week for about three months in a large shipyard. I got time-&-half for work over 8 hours in one day, time-&-half all day Saturday, double time on Sunday, and triple time on Christmas. I did this of my own free will and made/saved tons of money.

  • HerbalEd

    When I was in my early twenties in the 60s I voluntarily worked 12 hours per day, 7 days per week for about three months in a large shipyard. I got time-&-half for work over 8 hours in one day, time-&-half all day Saturday, double time on Sunday, and triple time on Christmas. I did this of my own free will and made/saved tons of money.

    ooops … I commented on wrong article. I meant to comment on article about Foxcomm decreasing overtime hours it’s workers can now work.