Monday, May 16, 2011

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  • jamied95
    Apr 18, 03:39 PM
    If Apple were worried that Samsung would withdraw their products, Apple wouldn't have sued, or would have set up back up measures. They're not stupid!

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  • JoshH
    Sep 10, 11:08 PM
    Here's to new living room hardware... and I'm actually in the market. Fingers crossed.

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  • amac4me
    Jul 30, 01:15 PM
    Perhaps we'll see it intro'd at WWDC when Steve says:

    "One More Thing"

    Who knows, considering that WWDC is developer centric, what if Apple releases an API to allow either software to be ported to the device's OS and to allow third-party developers to write applications for the phone. I'm really looking forward to this year's WWDC more than I have past event. It's getting exciting.

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  • Eidorian
    Aug 7, 02:44 PM
    The baseline is actually somewhere around $2100, you can lower some of the options when configuring.$1962 for US Education. w/2 GHz and 160 GB hard drive.

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  • MacMan93
    Nov 27, 10:14 PM
    Actualllly somthing like this with a touch screen and it flips around like other tablets..
    Pic From^^^^^^

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  • radiohead14
    Apr 18, 04:52 PM
    Also consider these designs:

    that bar of soap sure looks a lot like the Mighty Mouse.. get on it Apple!

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  • bella92108
    Apr 5, 02:48 PM
    At least on iPhone you can apply the updates on the day they come out (well, JB versions have to wait a couple of days) ... compare this to Android and WinMobile7 where you are at the mercy of the carrier to 'enrich' the update with their 'features' which might take many weeks or month - if it ever comes.

    You seriously see this as a feature? Apple only is able to do this by signing agreements with a carrier, and being on a 1-product line. Why do you think you get that release so quickly on your AT&T iPhone? Because they don't offer a T-Mobile iPhone, nor does T-Mobile or anyone else support it (until Verizon agreed to Apple's terms)... An android device is available on any carrier, and in this country we have multiple technologies (CDMA, IDEN, GSM 1700, GSM 2100, LTE, WiMax, etc etc)... if you're comparing the iPhone which has been offered on ONE network with ONE technology (which isn't even the latest as of 2010), that's a bad comparison. Furthermore, it's not difficult to release an all-device software update when "all devices" consist of ONE device.

    If you're going to make a comparison, at least make it legit.

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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 22, 11:52 AM
    It would be a lot harder to cheat a value added tax than income tax.

    Plus it would take no time or money to fill out

    it would naturally put a larger burden on the rich who spend more

    it would be simple to raise/lower

    It would naturally exempt charitable giving

    it would reduce the tax-code a few thousand pages

    It would reduce the need to pay to keep up the IRS program

    nobody would be in debt to the IRS

    Payroll taxes would be easier to manage

    My dad spends two full weeks, and hire personal assistants in order to file taxes as it is. Value added tax instead of income tax would be a blessing

    or even a less complicated flat income tax rate would be an improvement

    Unless basic necessities were exempt, it would hurt the poor more as they spend a far greater percentage of their income on necessities than the rich. It also places a greater burden on small business since they are acting like tax collectors but no greater than it does in states with sales taxes already assuming the taxes are harmonized.

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  • jholzner
    Aug 11, 09:08 AM
    It sure does. Quite exciting really. I think all consumer products will get Core 2 Duo (merom + conroe) in September. Although, seeing as Merom is socket compatable with the current line up, I dont think we will see a Conroe in the iMac.

    I tend to agree that they may use Merom in the iMac but since they put Woodcrest in the Mac Pros it gives me hope that they won't use Merom in the iMac and just use it in the portable line where they really belong.

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  • aptar
    Sep 16, 07:41 PM
    You're going to have to be aggressive about returning it. If I were you I would try to refuse accepting delivery and call your credit card company and tell them you don't want it so they will force Apple to accept your refusal to receive it.

    Hehe, that sounds harsh.

    I did call up today and talked to a customer service rep and he was saying, off the recordish, that they can usually accommodate people in those situations. But coming from them doesn't mean a lot, was wonder if anyone had any similar anecdotes.

    I'm already torn, go with the upgraded MBP or stay with the existing one and have a free iPod to temper my suffering.

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  • kenstee
    Jul 21, 03:19 PM
    I'll get a MBP once Apple or someone else figures out how to make them work on an air flight. There is no Empower solution and the draw of 85w exceeds the juice (75w) that the seatside powerports provide. It's amazing this is even an issue in a "pro" line of portables - let alone from Apple. No 3rd party solutions solve this isssue.

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  • Piggie
    Apr 24, 05:57 AM
    That issue could have been largely solved if they had just faced a standard high end GPU with the intake facing towards the back and the exhaust on the side. But Apple is too vain to put a vent on the rear of the iMac to accomodate the intake of a high quality GPU, let alone a slim exhaust vent on the side.

    If they had simply used a standard GPU like that it would have opened up quality gaming on the Mac and made it simple to upgrade to newer cards so that people didn't have to chuck the entire computer every time they wanted a new video card.

    I'm sure you are right.

    Given a bit of good design work on Apples part, when I say good design I mean, technically good as opposed to artistically good.

    And in conjunction with Nvidea/ATI (personally I still like Nvidea as they seem more on the ball with Tessalation and Cuda programming for offloading CPU work onto the GPU)

    A "Spread out" design, given the large rear metal surface are of an iMac and a few very neat vents to pull in cool air using a slow well designed fan, from the side or bottom and exhausting the warm air on the other side/top could be well within technical possibilities. And would address the weak spot Apple have had for a decade or two.

    But, as has been said, Apple seem to fear this market as they seem to think they can't compete, and if you know you can't compete it's best not to enter the race. They want to go for poorer quality graphics, or we can use the term that sounds better than that.

    The casual gamer.

    Quite why this Apple created concept to cover their weak point should be happy with less quality/detail is unsure to me.

    It's like saying people what watch films all the time and enjoy them should have the best picture quality we can deliver.

    However, those who just watch the occasional movie should be happier with a lower quality image.

    Kind of a strange concept when you think about it. and really we should all accept it's just a created excuse to excuse away a weak area as I said.

    But, as you quite rightly said. Apple are too vein to spoil, in their mind the cosmetic look of an iMac by adding in cooling slits to allow for higher end graphics cards.
    A shame really as if they had taken graphics a lot more seriously 15 or 20 years ago, they could be kings of this sector now.

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  • MartiNZ
    May 4, 08:39 PM
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    Would be my preferred way. Enough with physical media. Very progressive of Apple.

    And in a much more prepared way than progressive has been in the past - people are more prepared to lose the optical drive now than they were to lose the floppy drive back in '98. We have such good alternatives now!

    I look forward to dling and presumably making a bootable memory stick. And hopefully we don't have to wait much longer :).

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  • twoodcc
    Apr 24, 12:00 PM
    i would love to see retina displays for desktops and laptops!

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  • milozauckerman
    Aug 7, 09:59 PM
    Not everyone is going to use a powerful card for gaming, and I wouldn't want to pay more than I need for my uses.
    Uh, that's the point: you shouldn't have to 'pay more' - it should be standard, and shouldn't raise the price-point, if other manufacturers can do it.

    I don't get the apologists who defend every questionable component from Apple by saying 'well, I don't want to pay extra in the base price' (for a reasonable amount of RAM or for a decent videocard) - demand more from Apple.

    Ask why you can't have a $2500 flagship desktop with a graphics card that didn't cost Apple $40, why Apple can't eat the extra $45 to offer their consumer items with a usable amount of RAM standard.

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  • Plutonius
    May 3, 05:26 PM
    methinks we need someone with some perspective in charge here, so before the crazy wizard gets us all killed for his king's secret quests, whatever they are, I propose we follow the wisdom of my brother Jorah

    I would rather that you started leading us since you seem to be much more versed in the rules guiding us :).

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  • Chads61
    Nov 7, 08:04 AM
    I downloaded and installed the Sophos AV - but both times I ran a full scan, it locked up my machine - MacBook Pro 13" 2010 model. Both times I found badly corrupted directories on my BootCamp partition (Windows XP SP3).

    I have now uninstalled it and no more issues with my Windows partition.

    It appears that, on my configuration anyway, that this does not cope with a Windows XP partition.

    Hopefully no-one else has had any problems - I think it is great that Sophos has done this, but it appears it can't cope with a windows partition.

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  • wizard
    Mar 29, 04:06 PM
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    Globalization is a race to the bottom, and nobody seems to understand that while the 3rd world rises up, the 1st world inevitably must slide down.

    It's not a zero sum game. Western economies will increasingly shift toward higher skilled professions as the BRIC countries take over manufacturing and mid level white collar work. The U.S. must step up its educational training in order for its many low paid service workers to move up the ladder, though.

    Are you not familiar with the concept of an idiot? Seriously there is only so much you can do with some people. This whole idea that education can solve all our problems is bogus. Some people are beyond education and others like Steve J. Find a different path.

    Beyond that you can't really have an economy without some sort of manufacturing. You know it is half of the goods and services phrase.

    In any event Apples problems are age old and directly related to relying on a single supplier. Hopefully they can get this material they need manufactured in another plant. If not Apple will end up having some pretty bad quarters.

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  • starstreak
    Apr 20, 05:14 AM
    OMG... Sources close to it says, Iphone5 coming. Faster processor.

    Really? Wait. I'll close my eyes and wave my hand and say it'll have a nice screen with it. Might be bigger. But not decided yet. Oh... And it'll look nice! And not too different so to scare away people who likes things the same.... *sigh*

    Seriously, I hope they release it soon. It'll need to have at least 64GB of space so I can finally get rid of my ipod.

    Make it LARGER. Just a little. Give it a 4in screen. Oh and look... Now you have room for that larger battery and bigger CPU and camera.

    I BET you if Apple released two TOP END models.

    1) Same form factor. But with new CPU only. and 32gb memory to keep the same form factor.


    2) Another with the same CPU but with 4in screen, larger battery, better camera,and 64gb memory. Of course a bit heavier.

    I bet #2 would sell 3:1... Those who is willing to pay that high price of the 32GB model would be the same group of people willing to get the extras. If not for the screen size, then for the battery or better camera. Would I pay $150 more? Yes.

    Here's the kicker. That would make it $450. That's slightly less than an unlocked Android that has most of those features NOW. Not 5 MONTHS from now. Granted, it's no iOS system. But it works.

    May 4, 03:10 PM
    The licence is only for one computer.

    If you want to install it on a different machine you must uninstall the original copy first.

    The Mac App Store says:

    "You can install apps on every Mac you use and even download them again."

    That implies that if I go on a friend's computer for 5 minutes once a year I could install Lion on it for no charge.

    If I want, I can install Mac OS X SL or Leopard on a 1000 machines using the same CD. :)

    Aug 4, 04:07 PM
    You know, considering that Sony has been able to cram a DL drive in something as tiny as the TX series (not to mention the SZ series), I'm not sure why Apple couldn't do something similar with the 15" MBP.

    Why not compare the sizes?

    If you look both MBP are 1" tall with the lid closed while the Sony TX series is 1.12" tall and the SZ is 1.5" tall (at the thickest... which is up near the drive area).

    Sep 16, 12:07 AM
    just remember everyone...

    all the rumor sits speculated the 23" imac (really 24") would be revealed at the "Showtime" event. apple fooled them all and released it a week early!

    let's hope the same thing happens for our mbp's. here's to next tuesday! :D

    One from me too! :D
    Although, I kinda thought, the longer they took to release the MBP, means more time they spent on improving any design flaws, internal flaws, any other flaws, or even adding more goodies, so here's to more than just C2D update!

    May 7, 03:37 PM
    There will be a free version of mobileme, if only to save people having to register for a free AIM account to video conference on the new iPhoneHD.

    You know, this makes a ton of sense.

    May 4, 03:17 PM
    I'm the one that raised the point in the first place! I think I set the context!

    Exactly. You did set the context but you did fall out your words when you said that MAS download would be a better thing to exploit which in any case, not true.

    Just like 'small white car' corrected you, there's nothing worse than an unrestricted Mac OS Install Disk. Simple.

    I do. I don't have any need to violate it. I only have one Mac.

    All of my computers have a fully licenced copy of Windows XP or 7 on them.

    It's great. Good that you don't. Just saying that EULA doesn't hold a candle in practicality and can be easily exploited. I can illegally install the OS on a laptop in front of Apple and they cannot do anything. Not that they care, but even if they did, they couldn't.

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