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  • MovieCutter
    Apr 12, 09:19 PM
    Well, welcome to the 21st century Apple...thank gods!

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  • BenRoethig
    Aug 29, 04:49 PM
    I media center like this would sell like crazy... small, simple and elegant. Just imagine how many switchers you would get at the same time.

    I don't know about switchers, but it should be a success in the home entertainment center/ media PC market.

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  • Eidorian
    Aug 25, 09:11 AM
    Merom thread, etc...


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  • Clive At Five
    Nov 28, 02:15 PM
    Because they fear the iPod... and its ecosystem...

    This is key for sure. The success of the iPod is directly attributed to its integrated "ecosystem" as you put it. iTS, iTunes, iPod.

    Slowly but surely, with movies, photos and games - and MUCH talk of cell phone syncing with iCal, Address Book and iApps - Apple is attempting to tie iLife & OS X into the equation... making it a critical and integral part of that ecosystem.

    If people wanted the full iPod experience, they NEEDED iTunes... so they adopted it. In the future, with product XYZ, people will NEED OS X for the full experience... and they will adopt it.

    THAT is what MS fears about Apple/iPod. They could give a rat's ass about the portable music/media market. They just want desperately to kill the iPod and what it means for MS's future.

    In my opinion, they should've undersold by $50+/unit. At their current rate, they'll never penetrate the market.


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  • pjarvi
    Jun 23, 09:17 AM
    Since the iMac already has a camera built-in, they might just be jumping on the motion control bandwagon. That way you wouldn't have to physically have to touch the screen, and they wouldn't have to add any new hardware, just a software solution. Unless, they're adding additional sensors similar to Microsoft's Kinect device coming to the Xbox 360.

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  • hoveowl
    Feb 6, 08:01 AM
    Here in the upper midwest, we're having a nasty winter. However in a couple of months it'll be warm enough to get the top down.

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  • absurdio
    Oct 24, 05:46 AM
    I'd love to see a new design, but I'll be happy with:
    1. C2D 2.33GHz
    2. bigger HD, with easy-swap HD bay
    3. heat problems, "mooing," and random-shutdowns solved

    Anything else will be icing on the cake!



    Completely right. As everyone else has speculated, it seems likely that the big overhaul will be early next year. That said, if this revision has the upgrades you mentioned, I'll be elated. I'd much rather have a functional (i.e. not overheating, mooing, and whining) machine than a feature-crammed but functionally useless one. Stability, in this case, is probably more important than unworkable new features.

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  • Slix
    May 2, 07:00 PM
    Windows pop ups are always confusing, I agree.

    I guess this is helpful, but for me, I'll probably do it the old way, because I'm so used to it.

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  • twoodcc
    Dec 10, 04:45 AM
    congrats to 6161 for 2 million points!

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  • fswmacguy
    Apr 3, 10:42 AM
    Since the iPad does nothing useful this appeal to the wimpy "feelings" crowd is no surprise. Replace the iPad with a pair of pants and this could easily double as a Levi's commercial.

    I don't think you understand how this works.

    Ads like this create mystery, excitement, and ultimately pulls customers into Apple's retail chain out of pure interest.

    I'd rather have ads like this than ads that shout specs in my face and exaggerate their knockoff plastic crap.

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  • Surely
    Nov 25, 10:50 AM
    Any Army surplus store will carry it.

    Or, you can check the image url, see that it's an image from Amazon, search Amazon for "messenger bag", and it will be the first search result.


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  • gugy
    Nov 29, 11:09 PM
    Reading through all the expectations in this thread has me thinking that there are going to be some veeeery disappointed people on the day this is announced.

    I'm guessing it'll be something like Airport Express, but for video. With a Front Row interface and a remote. Watch videos from you iTunes library, browse the iTunes store, subscribe to video podcasts, watch streaming movie trailers. Maybe a built-in web browser. If we're lucky, it will be able to browse and play video from YouTube or other video sites. That's all I'm expecting, anyway.

    you are right for version 1.0.
    iTV will evolve into other many things as the time goes by. Just like iTunes 1.0 and look what iTunes is today.
    I agree with you that iTV will be very straight forward when it comes out, but the potential is there.

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  • Umbongo
    Nov 16, 11:44 AM
    either way, its both a win-win situation

    a) you dont need 8 cores?? see the 4 cores Mac pro goes down in retail price

    b) you want 8 cores? Great !! here it is

    case close.

    An unlikely scenario. Don't expect any price drops on mac pros for a long time after clovertown chips are in them.

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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Jul 13, 11:33 PM
    Will I be able to get a reasonably priced apple laptop with merom, 802.11n, blueray burner, possibly HD, and leopard (or whatever 10.6 is called) in late 2007 or early 2008?

    Well you know you'll get merom and leopard by that timeframe. Personally, I believe you'll get 802.11n and a blueray option as well - and with a blueray option should come HD as well.

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  • camelsnot
    Apr 2, 08:20 PM
    have one but that commercial makes me want to puke. Once you use one and realize it's limitations, it's not so magical. It's a fun consumption device which you can get some work done on, but without real multitasking, it's lack of real technology actually hinders and isn't so magical.

    With apple it was never about the hardware technology. They have at least that right in the commercial (the only thing right).

    Job$, instead of waxing philosophical with your over-inflated ego in embarrassingly inaccurate commercials, how about trying to innovate. iOS should've had REAL multitasking years ago. Quit pandering cheap to make speed bumps at the same prices, as something magical. DO something magical. You built iOS off a phone, morphed into an ipod touch and now an ipad (yes.. a larger version of the touch, but in a better form factor). That was just smart business. ALWAYS repurpose what you can. BUS101. Now do something magical with the OS.

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  • truz
    Aug 6, 08:51 PM
    Longhorn is code name, The product name is Vista you will not see a third name for windows vista. Just like Windows XP I think was called Whistler (code name).

    Just about all companies give there product a code name and then a release name once it's ready for the retail stores or a public beta like you see windows vista.

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  • noahtk
    Apr 2, 09:28 PM
    It's always MAGICAL anymore with Apple.

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  • ZilogZ80
    Apr 11, 06:54 AM
    Manual (stick) shift cars are rare today and I'm wondering how many people still know how to drive them. How did you learn and do you have a desire to own one?
    What a wonderfully US-centric view you have there. :)
    In the UK if you pass your test in an automatic then you are only allowed to drive automatics. I've never met anyone who has done this (there must be a few out there though!)

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  • thegoldenmackid
    Jan 12, 05:47 PM
    MacBook Air
    (exclusive Specs)

    Has 0 Ports (just power)

    Connects to "new wireless device almost like airport express..which to that you can hook up...."

    dvd/cd burner
    usb ports for iPods/iPhones etc
    printers etc

    Has slim hard drive

    6-8hours battery

    this is crap,

    no one in their right mind would make something with 0 ports, you have to at a bare minimum have an audio out.

    Feb 24, 01:04 AM
    Here's my mbp setup.

    Feb 27, 02:06 AM
    You can always tell the 22" because they have the power LCD below the bezel instead of on it. Three buttons too! Power, and brightness up/down. Even stranger, the buttons are mechanical clear pieces of plastic (and the power light is this big pill-shaped thing that hangs inside the power button).

    It was such a neat design! And then there was the translucent black frame (The backlight sorta bleeds through em too, also cool). The DVI 22" had a GREEN (amber pulsing while sleeping) power light and had a UFO-shaped breakout box at the end of its cable for the USB/power/DVI. Very cool.

    The sucky part about the 22" LCD was that it had a really high defect rate. However, it was introduced at a time when 15" LCDs were a luxury item, so it was more like the Ferrari of LCDs of its time. :D

    I recall paying the same price for mine as the Mac Pro currently costs. Sheesh! Stupid me. I should've put that money into Apple stock! If I had put the $7k I blew on my Dual 800/22" into Apple shares I could afford a Ferrari right now :(

    Being 14 and stupid FTW?

    Oct 2, 09:44 PM
    I ordered one of these from Ashopone last week (grey color). Does the gel case slide in and out of a pocket easily? The thing I hate about the silicone cases I have is that they are really sticking going in and out of pockets.
    I don't have one but it looks like it would be fairly easy to slide in and out of your pocket. Maybe not the easiest, but probably easy enough.

    Small White Car
    Apr 12, 09:36 PM
    Randy Ubillos, Chief Architect, Video Applications on stage. Demo FCP X live now. Beta version. �We hope it behaves.�

    Well, there goes the hope of it being for sale anytime soon!

    Oh well! Worth waiting a little longer, I guess.

    Mar 24, 02:29 PM
    Hmm, maybe we are thinking of two different things. How is this going to maintain a protected path? How would Apple keep us from grabbing the stream as it is being sent to the GPU (to be shown on the screen)? That is the part I am thinking of, that is what HDCP/DPCP is supposed to prevent. If we are sending data down the PCIe side then how is it being protected from snooping?

    I've always found this obsession the industry has with "protected path" incredibly hilarious, because NO ONE in the piracy scene actually rips media from the video driver stream in any way, shape or form.

    Ripping is typically done directly from the media; the actual h.264 or MPEG video is decrypted from the disc and saved without even "playing" it the traditional way. It's always been that way since the days of DVDs; no serious pirate back then ripped from component or S-video jacks either.

    Why the media industry is so incredibly obsessed with protecting a path nobody actually rips from is beyond my understanding. It's like stationing an armed guard at your back door when all the robberies have happened through the front. In fact, I've never seen consumer equipment that can "record" a DVI stream.

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