Some kind of list letting people know what is and isn't acceptable would be nice, too, so it doesn't feel like blocked words are either arbitrary or slanted in a sexist way.
I love the idea of a FAQ, Lee. Brilliant!
More importantly, Apple blocked "vagina," but not "penis." That's the real issue here. Why are female anatomy terms wrong but male terms are acceptable?
I'm with you, geoduck. I'll be shocked if Apple releases an iPhone with the "Air" tag on it.
OS X 10.9.4 installed without a hitch on my Retina MacBook Pro. I love how fast the process went. SSD FTW! So far everything is running fine and I'm not seeing any issues with Safari 7.0.5.
I installed iOS 7.1.2 on my iPhone 5S, iPad Air and non-Retina iPad mini, and it seems to be working fine on all of them so far. No word yet on if my pants fit better and my shave is closer.
I'm with you, wab95. Gaining FDA approval could be huge for Apple. Growing up with an FDA investigator in the family I know just how stringent the process can be and what a big deal it is for companies that manage to get that coveted approval. Apple disrupted the music industry, the tablet market and the smartphone market. Disrupting the health market would be a huge thing for the company and consumers.
I'm really excited about the prospects for new innovations in styluses thanks to Ink and Slide. The price may be high right now, but I expect it will come down over time. I'm betting Adobe is already working with select iPad app developers and that we'll see other apps supporting Ink and Slide over the next couple months.
Apple has streamed previous events, but not with this much warning. Giving us a week lead time is probably an indication that there's something Apple really wants to make sure people see.
Apple's own forums have more than one person saying they were hit with this, too. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6270410