Apple's upcoming Mountain Lion software update for the Mac certainly isn't bashful about borrowing features from iOS, but what the company chose not to add is a story in itself.
As we covered before, the release is largely a collection of new software that came as part of iOS 5, software Apple released for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch in October. That includes software like Reminders, iMessage, and Notification Center, all of which now come pre-installed on the Mac and ready to sync up with their iOS counterparts.
But not everything came along for the ride. There … Read more