MacBook Air X-ray - TSA videos

Earlier in March, a blogger was stopped by TSA agents at the security checkpoint from boarding the flight, being wary of the so-far-unseen MacBook Air, that they mis-identified as suspect object. Later on, the administration responded, giving MacBook Air the green light, and promised to try and X-ray a MacBook Air. True to their word, the TSA has announced that […]

Earlier in March, a blogger was stopped by TSA agents at the security checkpoint from boarding the flight, being wary of the so-far-unseen MacBook Air, that they mis-identified as suspect object. Later on, the administration responded, giving MacBook Air the green light, and promised to try and X-ray a MacBook Air.

True to their word, the TSA has announced that they have indeed X-rayed an Air, and published a video for all the Apple-loving readers clearly wanting to gaze in awe at an X-ray of Cupertino's finest. By now you're wondering: "Why on earth is this posted here at Download Squad. I don't want to see no photos of a MacBook Air!". So here's where this tale takes a rather ironic turn: the video's certainly online, but for Mac-using fans (arguably the main target audience of the video) it's something of a non-starter because the video can only be found in the most Mac-incompatible format known to man: Windows Media Video - the antithesis of Mac-friendliness, surely?

If you want to watch the video, first download Flip4Mac QuickTime components from Microsoft, and head-over to the TSA blog.

Source:→ Downloadsquad

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