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  • Horrortaxi
    May 2, 02:59 AM
    I must have missed something. What does latin have to do with "Saving" Apple? :confused:
    Nothing at all. He was showing us how smart he is. I tremble before his ostentatious display of knowledge. He is truly my superior. He doesn't need a point--that's how cool he is.

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  • philoscoffee
    Jun 22, 05:37 PM
    Who wants to be touching a vertically standing screen all the time, that's tiring!

    No chance. The ergonomics would be a disaster.

    Who says the screen would be vertically standing? An adjustable desktop-style iMac would work just fine with iOS. No keyboard required.

    I think it�s quite likely that we�ll eventually see some sort of convergence between Mac OS X and iOS. Some more thoughts here: http://www.keithwilson.org.uk/technology/blog/Entries/2010/6/18_What_next_for_Mac_OS_X.html

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  • Doraemon
    Mar 28, 09:56 AM
    Its killing them

    Geez. How many more people do you need to see that you're wrong. :rolleyes:

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  • doberman211
    Mar 22, 06:37 PM
    We'll just see what happens. I bought the 160 not too long ago so i won't be upgrading but it's good to know it's still around. 4571 songs of uncompressed audio and counting. gotta love the classics.

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  • codymac
    Apr 20, 01:42 PM
    That's because you only have automatics to drive :p

    Or has never driven a Lotus.

    But I'd guess that statement would come from someone who's only ever had rubbish cars or lives in a city where public transit is the more convenient option. Case in point:

    No, my first car had a manual transmission (on the column). It was even worse, but that's mostly because the car was a 1965 model and had no air conditioning, no power steering, no power brakes, no power windows, torn-up seats, and oddly chewed through right rear tail light bulbs at a blistering pace. That was back in the days when driving was less of a headache than it is today (I was much younger), but even then I would still rather ride shotgun.

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  • emotion
    Aug 16, 09:16 AM
    The addition of wireless really only makes sense if the iPod is to become a communication device (a protable iChat device, oh and apple make Jabber support better please!).

    The addition of itunes to the device (to get tunes directly into the iPod) breaks the model of the iPod being a "pod" for music that you fill and carry around.

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  • RaceTripper
    Jan 31, 04:27 PM
    imo, it needs deep dish wheels.. (or ronal turbo's)
    still it's a nice ride non the less!Deep dish wheels are great, if they don't stick out the wheel wells from exaggerated width like a ghetto whip.

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  • diogowerner
    Aug 7, 06:09 AM
    I was thinking that. Maybe thats why the iPhone pix look more like a house phone instead of cell phone?

    Hmmmm... ?

    an iPhone "as a landline skype style wifi cordless phone to go with iChat" should have the display and the camera on the same side... right?

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  • twoodcc
    Mar 30, 08:26 PM
    I know, bigadv sure make a difference! :D

    I think Apple won't announce a new Mac Pro until the developer's conference in June :( but hopefully that means new goodies like usb 3 and sata 3 as well as an inside redesign for 2.5 inch ssd's :) imagine 4 ssd slots as well as 4 3.5 inch drive slots!! woo hoo, just a dream though.

    I will wait until I can catch my Mac right after a new wu starts for 10.6.3, just in case...

    The GTX 480 is very tempting especially at the same price point as the GTX295. I have one open PCIe slot... but I will wait until I hear more about it. I'm also waiting for Linux gpu3, but that could be a very long time :(

    yeah bigadv is great, as long as you have no errors, and a fast machine!

    yeah, you are probably right about the mac pro release date. it's too bad though. there are so many people wanting an updated mac pro, and will probably buy a pc instead. and i don't blame them really. it might be a good while before i buy another mac pro. it's hard to justify the price.

    you can always run the -oneunit flag and then after it finishes, update.

    i don't know, the GTX 480 even at $500 is pretty high. i think i'll wait on that. do you have a double wide slot?

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  • ingenious
    Mar 26, 03:47 PM
    ...For example, Apple had to make Safari due to Microsoft pulling out of the mac - this is just one example where Apple is starting to make software because companies are leaving the platform...

    its my understanding that apple made this browser BEFORE MSIE was pulled from the mac. M$ pulled IE because they believed Safari was better and faster and could better serve the mac. it was also part of a marketing plan by M$ to remove IE as a stand alone browser from Win and Mac. Think before you post and do your homework. The rest of use don't want to read something that's not true or thot out.

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  • aiqw9182
    Mar 24, 02:50 PM
    OpenCL are COMPUTE tasks. If you can't do them on the GPU, you would need a HUGELY powerful CPU. That's why having true OpenCL means you have a better "CPU".

    In one or two months after Bobcat Fusion was introduced there are already 50 Fusion-oriented Windows apps.

    I'm not taking about DirectX 11 concerning games, but concerning OpenCL.

    OpenCL /DirectCompute are COMPUTE tasks that hardly anything currently supports(both of which support hardware before DX11, completely eradicating the point of even bringing that up in the first place). You do not have a better CPU. In theory and vaporware tests you could outperform Sandy Bridge by itself. But Sandy Bridge with a discrete GPU will smoke Llano with a discrete GPU any day of the week.

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  • After G
    Aug 25, 02:38 AM
    I think the 64 bitness isn't really necessary for a Mac mini. You're not going to shoehorn >4 GB of memory into two slots, unless memory manufacturers are going to change their minds which I don't think will happen just yet.

    The 20% increase in performance only applies to media and content creation. I guess that would be good for a HTPC, but Word won't run any faster. (Tt may start faster though).

    There is no reason for Yonah owners to upgrade just yet. It's really more of a nice bonus for those people who could wait until now to get a computer.

    Apple prices were lower before because the stagnant tech demanded it. For all we know, the $599 could be the maximum on Apple's profit curve.

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  • imac_japan
    Mar 30, 07:24 AM
    I have to say this, more upgradability would definitely be needed more than lowering prices (a student can get an eMac for 699). If the eMac was easily able to change CPU/GFX Card HD and CD drive, I would even consider buying one. The thing is, apple would have a good chance to make lots of money on after-market upgrades that they are missing.

    How about three options....
    1) I was thinking of a cut down emac style for the 1st time, Dad and Mums, Student, Low income buyers. (eg: basic cut down version)
    2) An expandable machine based on the above design (eg: middle of the road - same chip as 3 but much lower specs)
    3) Macs for the professionals...and 2nd or 3rd time computer buyers (eg: high spec/price - Higher spec chip than 2)

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  • Multimedia
    Sep 6, 08:58 AM
    Dude, the MBP was updated in late April of this year, why would you think it'll be updated four and a half months later??You are mistaken. MBP was introduced January 10. It will go all new design and Core 2 Duo next Tuesday for sure.

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  • stagi
    Jul 19, 05:37 PM
    Sounds like some pretty sweet things are coming for iTunes, can't wait!

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  • BillyShears
    Jan 11, 10:12 PM
    The only reason i can see it being called Air is because its all wireless....i.e. it connects to its Docking station wirelessly via Ultrawideband wireless USB (which would also connect the External Optical), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc

    I still call BS though.

    Would be interesting. You have your "docking station", complete with super drive, hooked up to your external monitor and keyboard/mouse. So you only have to put your MacBook Air in the vicinity of the docking station (say, sit it on the table), and it switches over.

    The problems I see are:

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  • arn
    Apr 12, 09:02 PM

    well, in cast there was any doubt.

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  • TheBobcat
    Nov 28, 02:07 PM
    MS did sell the Xbox at a loss. They were still losing money at $299 a pop and had to lower to $199 to keep up with Sony's unexpected price drop the spring after it came out. I seem to remember that the per-unit cost to make an Xbox was somewhere around 420-450 per unit.

    However, MS did some things very well with the Xbox that caused it to succeed. First, they bought a lot of game developers to create games for it. They struck gold with Halo, and that alone caused a lot of people to buy it.

    The second was the built-in hard drive, which allowed for expanded functionality in games as well as an end to costly memory cards being required.

    The third, and biggest, was a true innovation in online play. Xbox Live was the first system to standardize online names, messages, and supported technologies across a whole set of games. MS was the only player that took online seriously, and they capitalized, big time. Nintendo still really doesn't care, and Sony has effectively copied MS's innovations for PS3. MS didn't invent online play, but they brought it to the masses in a way that was easy and fun. Slice it any way you want it, MS really innovated and executed Xbox Live.

    Xbox relatively succeeded for those reasons. However, all of those things are virtual non-factors to the Zune. Zune (as of now) has no exclusive content, it has no revolutionary built-in feature, and has no real huge innovation to the way music is listened to, or a better execution thereof. All it really has is a stretched iPod-res screen, and very limited Wifi connectivity between Zunes.

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  • relimw
    Sep 6, 09:10 AM
    Yeah, next thing you know people will saying machines could have their processors upgraded before they're even released!! Oh, wait... :p

    Seriously, I think it's been widely stated that with the move to intel chips, processors are likely to be updated more regularly... don't know when the MBP will get upgraded, but if the chips are there, they need to be going in the machines ASAP for Apple to maintain a competitive line-up compared with otherwise-similarly specced PCs.
    Well, I'll agree that Apple should be updating faster, but I doubt they'll upgrade any of their machines faster than every 6 months. Unless it's just a simple processor-only speed bump, otherwise their factories would be constantly retooling.

    Sep 6, 08:34 PM
    I do backup all of my ipod videos on DVD.
    That brings up something that has really bugged me for a while. I think it is absurd that if you delete something you bought from Apple, you have to pay to get it back! If I buy a song, I should be buying a license to that song... not just one 'instance' of that particular song.

    Apple keeps track of all the songs you buy anyway, so it's my opinion that you should be able to just "get another copy" if you have already purchased a song.

    I think this would be especially great for movies. That way you won't have to eat up precious hard drive space. You could purchase your movie, download it, watch it, delete it, and then re-download the movie if you want to view it again.


    T'hain Esh Kelch
    Oct 23, 01:57 PM
    When does anyone think Apple will throw in the rumored Flash mem?
    When they get Intels Santa Rosa chipset, since it is going to implement it.

    Mar 22, 04:07 PM
    The chance that the iPod Classic is updated to 220GB is zero. Apple has no plans to ever update a hard drive based non-touch portable device (they would not waste their time), and they've shown even less interest in increasing the capacity of any device beyond even 64GB flash.


    Flash is still expensive, that's why we haven't seen anything bigger than the 64 GB touch yet.

    As for the iPod Classic, the reason it wasn't updated last year was because the 220 GB drive didn't exist. It would require very little effort on their part to swap out the 160 drive with this one, so if they do keep it around I'd be surprised if they didn't upgrade it come september.

    Apr 2, 10:47 PM
    A really good representation of what Apple is striving to do in the "post PC" era. It's not about tech specs anymore (although those are still important things). Rather, Apple is leading in the innovation of consumer experience, which perhaps, is more essential to a product's success than simply its size, memory, screen resolution, etc. The future leaders of technology will be the ones that entice their customers through the brilliance and personal connections made with their products.

    Engadget wrote a great article (http://t.co/xb4JTbZ) about this a while back, in case you're interested.
    And if you're not interested, maybe you'll prefer this link instead (http://t.co/rhxOLSm). :)

    Thank you for your comment! You hit the nail right on the head. Most people don't understand that simple idea.

    Apple is all about the "experience."

    My little nephews and nieces know how to work iPad without anyone showing them how to do it and their 2, 3, and 5 year olds.

    You can have the fastest, biggest cpus and cameras but what really matters is how easy the product is to use and the experience you get from it.

    May 2, 06:58 PM
    Great news, i just wish they would scan my apps and link them to the app store if i downloaded else where, i mean at least for free apps :(

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