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  • RebelScum
    Apr 20, 08:53 AM
    I just upgraded to a (2011) 13" MBP and I'm still trying to get a 32 GB iPad 2 (Wi-Fi only) as my first iOS device. I'm giving my old (2010) 13" MBP to a friend.

    But later this year, when my mortgage is paid off, I might spring for my first iPhone (although i'm still concerned the small screen may be unmanageable for me... due to vision issues which may, or may not, be resolved later this year).

    Also, when my mortgage is paid off, I'll consider getting a MobileMe account and next year perhaps a 128 GB iPad 3 (Wi-Fi + LTE/G3 GSM). If I get that iPad 3, I'll give my old iPad 2 to a friend.

    But all this is a matter of treating myself to toys that I do not really need. First I need to focus on financial fundamentals like paying off my mortgage.

    Mortgage? Ahhhhh, MORTgage mortgage mortGAGE.


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  • nuckinfutz
    May 7, 11:44 AM
    As amazing as free MobileMe sounds, I find this HIGHLY unlikely.

    Why not? The Pros outweigh the cons.


    Ends developer confusion on the app store about whether to support MobileMe, Wifi or roll their own Cloud sync.

    Benefits mainly Mac users (nice iLife tie in) but also benefits those running Windows and Outlook with Windows MobileMe Control Panel

    Will clearly sell more iPhone/iPod Touch/iPads because consumers know their data will be in sync across the devices.


    Cost - free means a LOT more users which means a need to beef up infrastructure. Apple does have a new large data center being built.

    Current members - do I get a refund or does Apple announce a free version of MobileMe and boosts the features of the paid account creating a Free/Paid tier?

    There are certainly plusses and minuses about the strategy but make not bones about it people want Mobileme they just don't want to pay for it. A free "lite" version satiates those people.

    Let's face it the popularity of Google stems from the fact that their tools are free to the end user.

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  • lilo777
    Mar 29, 11:11 AM
    That will be their pitch. Value added cloud service. There really is no difference now for Android users between buying a mp3 or movie from iTunes or Amazon.

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  • Umbongo
    Apr 21, 06:00 PM

    It makes a lot of sense. Quietly cooling two CPUs, a high-end GPU, 8 DIMMs and multiple drives in such a form factor makes me a little dubious. That and it seems pure hearsay on the part of 9 to 5 mac.

    Mods please don't lock this, discussion of Mac Pro related articles in the main news section is really hard to have as 90% of the posts are by people who have little interest or knowledge in the topic.

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  • Mr. Retrofire
    Apr 21, 05:41 PM
    Hopefully it'll be cheaper as well... :D

    ...in your (wet) dreams, yeah. ;)

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  • ucfgrad93
    May 2, 05:07 PM
    I wanna play.

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  • DTphonehome
    Jul 29, 11:39 PM
    The Apple iPhone would have to be better in functionality than a Blackberry to be considered useful, unless they can work out a better input device method or utilize Microsoft's Vista speech recognition program.

    Riiiiight...Apple is going to utilize Microsoft's speech recognition...:rolleyes:

    And why "better than Blackberry"? The Blackberry is practically the perfect corporate phone...the iPhone will probably not compete in that market.

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  • kennethalan
    Apr 20, 08:18 AM
    So then when will the iphone 6 come out? June 2012 or September 2012 or a completely different month?

    I don't know if I should buy an iPhone 4 now, wait and buy the iPhone 5, or wait a long time and buy the iPhone 6 in hopes that it's a major refresh.

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  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 18, 03:06 PM
    Have you seen Windows GUI? It's also almost identical - rows of icons and task bar at the bottom. Did Microsoft sue Apple? No.
    Apple sued Microsoft though (rightfully so as they had a very similar UI first).

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  • Xtoo
    Nov 5, 11:33 AM
    Has anyone tested the unit with Navigon? That would be the only reason I would buy it.
    Also, with Google coming up with a free turn-by-turn navigation app... what will happen with the ones we have to pay for?

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  • Thunderhawks
    Apr 6, 05:50 PM
    An orgy of Androids? That sounds scary. Almost as scary as a bunch of Apples having an orgy.

    The latter makes apple sauce, which to me is more a peel ing:-)

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  • bella92108
    Apr 5, 02:09 PM
    That ad should be pulled for one reason, it's ugly as sin.

    Then pull 90% of themes from cydia... 75% of the wallpapers are some asian chick sitting on the hood of some car the users will never be able to afford. hahaha

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  • tripjammer
    Mar 28, 11:24 AM
    The Iphone 5 will come out this summer...they said the same thing about the Ipad 2 and it game out on time.

    Has Apple ever let us down?

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 18, 05:15 PM
    Irrelevant. Just because I stick a Ford logo on the hood doesn't mean I can make my new Mustang look like a Porsche Carrera clone.

    Industrial design is legally protected work. And should be. It doesn't matter how you price your competing product.

    How is having a grid of application icons a 'protected work' on a handheld device. The first time I saw this was in the mid to late 90's, and it was not from Apple. Unless it can be shown that Apple patented square icons in a grid pattern, I don't see your point.

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  • arkmannj
    May 7, 10:20 PM
    I would be shocked... but you never know. Maybe they will offer it for free if you purchase a Mac.

    That's the way it used to be with the old .mac, it was a selling point. You get a mac and you got email, a .mac web address, 'n such. Then they'd charge for extra space 'n such.

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  • Scottgfx
    May 6, 01:14 AM
    And putting ARM as a secondary processor so that Macs can run iOS apps? There's absolutely no need...

    Trying to graft an ARM processor into an Intel based system seems like a lot of added complexity. Apple doesn't like making things more complicated. Think of how simple and small the logic board is in the iPad.

    A ton of design decisions... How do the ARM chip and Intel chip share memory? Do we instead give each separate memory pools? Communication between the two chips... at what cost to performance? Who gets control of the display at what times? I very seriously doubt that a hybrid system will transpire unless Apple has developed some "secret sauce" for dealing with this problem.

    Do these two architectures even use memory in the same way?

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 6, 06:14 PM
    I do think the Android and potentially RIM tablet will catch on. It's foolish to think Apple will be the only major player in the long run. The market is potentially too big.

    Apple is the only major player in the MP3 player market, even though that market is huge.

    Microsoft is the only major player in the desktop OS market, even though that market is huge.

    Google is the only major player in the search market, even though that market is huge.


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  • goMac
    Apr 21, 09:48 PM
    doubtful, this is a key switcher market... it would be crazy to axe the very thing that will continue to switch the PC builders/gamers over the next 5 years... this is a key ingredient to apple taking the industry over with time.

    My sarcasm must not have been obvious enough. :)

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  • Sydde
    Apr 14, 11:45 AM
    You can always donate to the federal reserve. Don't let me stop you!

    Yes, I want to donate to the Fed (http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-real-housewives-of-wall-street-look-whos-cashing-in-on-the-bailout-20110411?page=1) (so that my money can go lie on a Cayman island beach, since I never will be able to).

    Rodimus Prime
    Mar 28, 11:22 AM
    You're missing something here.... The iPhone actually gets updates over its lifespan rather than promises of updates followed up by the requirement to buy a new phone in order to install the latest version of an open Android operating system on a closed manufacturer's phone. All-to-frequent updates make buyers feel like they have been tricked, especially when they cannot upgrade their phone to do the same things the new phones are doing because the manufacturer prevents it.

    Not to mention that most folks have 2 year contracts and don't like to pay the penalty to upgrade early. The notion that 15 months between upgrades (not 18 months -- if you are counting June 2010 to September 2011) is not bad at all -- especially to the masses who are not early adopters. The iPhone 4 is still holding its own against the competition and its better than it was when it released because of software upgrades. It still does many things better than phones that have released since (like take better photos). Heck, I am still using my iPhone 3GS and I still love it because it gets new features every few months and has even improved on performance.

    Do I think a dual-core 1Gz iPhone with 1GB of RAM would stack up better statistically against the competition? Yes. Do I think that phone will do more things and be faster? Yes. Do I think 3 months will matter all that much in the long run? No. If it means some vast improvements are coming (including LTE) -- then I am willing to wait 3 months.

    Might like to point out that part of the problem with Android updates is not the manufactures but the Carriers.
    AT&T being by far the worse offenders. If AT&T had its way the iPhone would never get more than security updates. To upgrade your OS you would have to buy a new phone.
    This is no were more apparent that looking no farther than the GalaxyS phones. AT&T GalaxyS phone (Captivate) still is waiting on its Android 2.2 update when over seas it is already getting its Android 2.3 updated. Clearly it is not the manufacture causing problems but the carrier.
    I hope the manufactures start taking a cue from Apple and MS to say screw the carriers and start supply updates for their phones. No more blocking the updates from the carriers.

    Apple is about the only company that can get away with the delay. Most others would be fried for it. iPhone is already starting to show its age and delaying it longer will only make it worse.

    Mar 29, 04:27 PM
    Link please.



    Apr 27, 02:57 AM
    Some designs changes i'd like to see (all the rest i'm fine with):

    - Dust filters
    - Thunderbolt ports, front and back (instead of one of the firewire ports)
    - Usb 3.0 replacing usb 2.0 ports
    - PSU on bottom to keep it cool
    - HD's on bottom to keep them cool too
    - At least one dedicated SSD bay

    How exactly is a PSU at the bottom going to aid cooling? Heat Rises . . . . so anything above the PSU gets even hotter, this is why traditionally PSUs are at the top of the case.

    Mar 28, 09:41 AM
    Not cool. Coming from an iPhone 3GS, I seriously don't want to wait.

    Mar 29, 02:50 PM
    Foxconn is Taiwanese.

    The plant with mass rates of suicide is in China.

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