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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 17, 08:29 PM
    And there are several ways to dial abroad using a US carrier.

    Cingular (GSM) is $1.29/min in Europe. (About .68 pounds in the UK)
    Verizon (CDMA) has dual CDMA/GSM phones that are $1.49 in Europe. (about .79 pounds.)
    Sprint (CDMA) also has some dual CDMA/GSM phones that are also $1.49 a minut in Europe.

    Although the best deal is with T-Mobile (GSM)> $.99 in Europe. (Or .52 pounds)

    So we, too, have international choices.

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  • linux2mac
    Apr 28, 10:34 PM
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    MS is riding the coattails of their universal licensing racket........

    "Racket" is the best word to describe it. I spent thousands on Microsoft and never received a quality product after almost two decades. Shame on them.

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  • gugy
    Sep 26, 12:23 PM
    Well, it looks like I wont be getting this phone now. Sorry, I'm Verizon and so are all the people I talk to, so I'm not gonna switch for this.

    Yeah, I am in the same boat.
    For me Cingular is the worst because I can't get it to work at my home and work. I have Verizon, is OK. but at least work. The truth is every carrier has a problem. I am still waiting to find somebody that says their carrier is 100% great and they are satisfied.
    I hope iphone will work on other carriers. If not I'll wait until it comes with Verizon or any other carrier other than Cingular.
    What good is to have an amazing phone if you can talk or get coverage?

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  • asdf542
    Apr 14, 01:14 PM
    Wait, you mean you completely ignored the title of this post and thought that Intel was suddenly also not going to stop supporting Thunderbolt?

    Dammit man, not everyone on these boards understands subtlety and context thread titles. If you are going to say something, don't be subtle. Spell it out so everyone can understand you. Otherwise we end up with some short-bus kids thinking everyone is picking a fight with them and posting worthless arguments when it's clear that Thunderbolt is the superior technology in every regard and will also be natively supported.Fixed just for you.

    I think it is too early to really get a read one way or the other. I am hopeful that TB will take off. But this time I think it will be more the drive and peripherals vendors that will make or break it. If they can do a USB3 drive and it will work with any system that has USB3 and/or TB, why would the also do a TB version? I am not saying they won't, but there is certainly an incentive to drop the extra sku and investment that a TB version would require.
    LOL, yet here you are claiming Thunderbolt is DOA. Hilarious.

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  • asdf542
    Apr 22, 02:01 PM
    I heard the name HP Envy, but I never bothered looking what it is. So yes, I ignore it.

    So, if there's no option to have heated seats in the Audi, that looks bad.
    The all new 15" Zacate notebook with an 18W CPU with a **** dispenser totally destroys the usefulness of a 15" MacBook Pro with a 45W CPU without a **** dispenser. The MacBook Pro needs a **** dispenser or else it looks bad.

    looks bad
    looks bad
    looks bad
    looks bad

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  • theelysium
    May 3, 03:59 PM
    HD - I'd agree with you plus you void the warranty doing it yourself.

    RAM - Disagree. Definitely worth the effort to do it yourself. OWC or Crucial for RAM. OWC has RAM rebate for sending in your old RAM. It takes 5 minutes.....

    I was thinking of having to take off the screen and use the anti lint kit, it's a pain, but I just realized I mixed up the RAM its under by the speakers.... totally easy... oops.

    But, $50 too to bad to just have it done.

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  • Dustman
    Apr 22, 11:21 AM
    Woot Woot! Its a little sad though, about the SB IGP :(

    As long as it doesnt shudder with the OS X animations and it plays 1080p smoothly, why does it matter? Do people really game on an Air?

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  • JGowan
    Mar 22, 02:18 PM
    The new 27-inch model will be my father's first computer (he'll turn 78 this June 1st) � I would've bought him one long ago, but he stills works for Union Pacific Railroad (conductor) and is never home. He says however, that he's ready and wants an iMac.

    This is going to be a great BDay for him!

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  • BRLawyer
    Aug 31, 02:13 PM
    I have just called SJ, and he told me the following:

    - iTMS Movie Store;

    - MBPs with Merom, and the new MBP 12";

    - MacMini with Core Duo;

    - iMacs with Conroe;

    - Apple IIGS 2006 Edition.

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  • Silentwave
    Sep 14, 09:34 PM
    Don't cry - a tablet would be the absolute worst interface for edit digital photos, so there's absolutely no chance that'll be happening at photokina.

    Hrm... for aperture i'd agree probably, but i'd be interested in trying one out with Capture NX :D

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  • PghLondon
    Apr 30, 01:48 PM
    Okay, so now all I have to do is hope for SATA 3 SSD connections and the prices to drop to i5 @ $1699 and i7 @ $1999. Some REAL good GPUs and more standard ram. :cool:

    I hate to say it but I'll keep holding off if the interface connections don't start jumping up in spec. It's retarded to see Thunderbolt and no SATA 3 or USB 3. It will a (re)selling point later on when you're looking to sell it off for the next new one.

    USB3 is dead tech. You'll never see it on a Mac. Would be VERY surprised to see eSATA, as well.

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    Thunderbolt drives will be out this summer.

    Yup. Not sure why people are surprised that the machine with Thunderbolt came out before the drives/peripherals. Do you really think it would happen the other way around?

    "Here's a computer with a port that you can't use yet, but will be able to soon as peripherals are built. You can still use the rest of the computer, though"
    "Here's a peripheral with a port that isn't supported by any computers yet. There should be something out soon, though"

    Not really a tough decision, eh?

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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:53 PM
    The unibody was already a giant leap forward. How much better can Apple get?

    I'm more interested in the specifications, and hardware (electronics) not so much the casing.

    Well they arent going to get worse are they!!

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 14, 06:33 PM
    I doubt we'll see some headless tower (apart from the macpro) i honestly don't think its in apple's interest to openup a new price point. Mac mini provides a nice entry for windows users, people wanting something next to their tv, or have the monitor etc already. MacBook provides mobile low end. iMac allows a bit more power and features over the mini for home users wanting a bit more and companies and people who dont need the power of the Mac Pro. MacBook Pro is high end portable allowing for graphics, photography, design, etc, and to some extent gaming on the go. The Mac Pro is the beast, a workstation more than a desktop and therefore is over specced for the normal user. But why put in a new model in between a imac and a mac pro when having the gap forces people looking for more than an imac to go for the mac pro and increase revenue. By creating an 'in between' model it takes sales away from the popular imac and the expensive mac pro, would probably have to have lower margins to get people to buy it and would just float about in the middle. Maybe die a fate similar to the cube? I don't see it being a smart move.
    Mac Pro is not a gaming machine. The memory kills it. It is a server/workstation class designed to worked on large pieces of data.
    Gaming is very different and can not use slow memory, it needs to be snappy. Apple does need to make the Gamer machine but it does not have to be as big as the Mac Pro. Kensfield is a real possibility in that system, and yes it is coming in my opinion. Not so much for us but for selling to Wintel users and potential switchers.

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  • Sydde
    Apr 10, 08:58 PM
    Where the F is THAT???
    Swindon England : 55� 33' 46" N by 1� 46' 17" W
    Until a radical shift in our system happens, such as 3rd parties somehow becoming viable, these things will only continue. Institutions are self perpetuating and reinforcing, unless changed from the bottom (the only place such a change can possibly occur), the problems this country faces will only be contributed to and not combated.

    First, we need to institute total no-opt-out public financing of all elections. Then we should explore something like an inflexible expiration for all corporate charters, say 9 years (about half a patent term). Dissolution would begin by satisfying the investors and then proceed to establishing non-incorporated component businesses to maintain (if necessary) the products/services the corporation had established, creating a co�perative arrangement if appropriate.

    Right now, long-lived large business has replaced the problem that the dynamic democratic republic was supposed to address. We have no official peerage, but what we do have is almost indistinguishable.

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  • aristobrat
    Sep 4, 09:22 PM
    If they released a simple box with analog/digital standard/hidef options, they would be servicing the overwhelming majority of the market (most digital, satelite and other special services require set-top boxes anyway).
    I'd be surprised if the majority of the market isn't stuck with set-top boxes that make products like Elgato useless.

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  • MartiNZ
    May 1, 05:22 AM
    I think you're gonna get pretty disappointed. It wont't have blu-ray, likely no usb3, less likely that it'll have 2GBVram, the only way you're getting another hdd is to take out the optical drive, and it won't support 24GB of RAM.

    Boy, that sure does account for most of his list ... lol.

    The way the MBP performance shot up so much with this last release, I was thinking the iMac may do the same, especially in GPU, but it sounds like that may be rather next year. Oh well, the spec I would want in the current lineup runs $NZ6,000 so just as long as that's down a lot, it might be worthy :).

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  • G4DP
    Apr 28, 03:22 PM

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  • Constable Odo
    Apr 4, 12:17 PM
    Too bad it won't serve as a warning to criminals to stop breaking into Apple stores. I hope it wasn't some white guard, black criminal shooting. That will really cause a lot of negative feedback.

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  • ncook06
    Oct 27, 12:39 PM
    I'm all for protecting the environment, but sometimes it gets out of hand. Greenpeace should be there, but it is evident that Apple is already working on being more environmentally friendly. Greenpeace should have been kicked out for violating their contract.

    +1 for Apple

    Aug 23, 04:57 PM
    What I find most interesting is that fact the Creative is joining the Made for iPod program and will be producing its own iPod accessories.

    Mar 23, 04:40 PM
    Besides...who the h*ll is the government to tell Apple what they can and cannot do with their business? Regulations are one thing...such as safety regs and such...those are needed, but Christ...this is over the line.

    The government tells Apple what they can and can't do all the time. That's why Jobs gets deposed, the FCC regulate their cell phones and Apple can't knock down your house to build an Apple Store on top of it or irradiate small Chinese kids to make the products for it.

    If thousands can ask Apple to take down an anti-gay app then why not a few officials asking them to take down an app that gives drunken dicks an advantage?

    If it was just 150,000 regular people asking Apple to take it down (MADD for example) would you have a problem with it?

    Apr 25, 01:24 PM
    This, if it and Ivy Bridge, lower SSD prices/larger capacities come to fruition solidify my decision to stay with my 2010 and wait for the 2012 refresh.

    Mar 23, 04:33 PM
    This is why it's a really bad idea to set yourself up as an application gatekeeper.

    And who watches the gatekeeper? Yep, politicians and special interest groups looking for easy publicity.

    Oct 12, 08:04 PM
    well here's the kicker for the fools who fall for these gimmicks.
    you can donate directly and it's a tax write off as a charitable contribution.
    or, you can buy the same boring lollipop, in 10 different colors, and see this 5% go towards the charity which apple will gladly pony up as it will benefit them after their returns and reports are done.

    so i gotta ask, why bother justifying your purchase as "good will"?
    why not just call a spade a spade and say...durr durr durrr?

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