Any existing Hancom Office users who purchased office for the Mac in 2014 are probably pretty well aware of how broken it was back then, but for those who don't know, the Hancom office apps for the iPad were developed by the very same people as the Mac versions.
Update: To clarify, this is yet to be confirmed by Hancom or Mac support, but as Hancom's own link above points out, this is apparently Hancom Office for Mac with no mention of new features. Hopefully we'll see more details soon.
MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms.On February 3, 2012, U.S. District Court Judge Victor Marrero rejected many of the government’s arguments against the provision in question. He stated that surveillance of communications involving Americans is legal and that oversight can be achieved legally through an amicus letter seeking additional information. He also said that the government could retain the data gathered from the program without any meaningful review or consideration of the Fourth Amendment considerations outlined in the original warrant application. Although that ruling is a great step in the right direction, the entire privacy law system is barely functioning. Until Congress or a competent court strikes down the provision in question, AT&T and the other companies refusing to cooperate with the government will be prohibited from monitoring anything that goes to or crosses the internet. Surveillance of Americans is not a thing of the past. It is a thing of now.
I would be shocked if Apple doesn't offer a $100 upgrade for the lifetime of the Mac, If it's just a $100 upgrade, and you download at least one update to the OS, it's 100%. If you don't get the two year free upgrade, it's not 100%, but definitely very high. d2c66b5586