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  • stefmesman
    May 3, 01:31 PM
    now if only thunderbolt could power these devices as well... now that would be awesome. give us clutterless apple!

    james purefoy ironclad. James Purefoy,
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  • ghostlines
    Apr 19, 12:16 PM
    What else would you expect to hear? No company would just bow down and give up....

    Samsung couldn't pull out on any existing deals, otherwise they'd be in breach of contract.

    They could supply some botched batches of screens and such. Apple has to watch out. They're doing great, no need to b**** about such little things. Stuff looks similar if they're in the same market. As long as it's not 99% identical they should just carry on making money:cool:

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  • bdj21ya
    Oct 12, 01:09 PM
    That post isn't even worth the time to flame...

    Some people seem to be making a half-hearted effort at it, but you're right.

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  • iGary
    Sep 14, 10:55 AM
    That's cool, I was told I was delusional when I said that Meroms would ship in mid-2006 and the eMac would be replaced by an iMac with GMA950 too. :D

    Me too, when I said iMac would never get a Conroe chip. :D

    james purefoy ironclad. and also James Purefoy,
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  • Daghis
    May 3, 12:34 PM
    I just called three local Apple Stores in the Seattle area and not a single one has the new iMacs in stock. Is this happening to everyone else? I really wanted to pick mine up today!
    I stopped by my local Apple store and had a similar experience. Actually, it was a bit worse... they still had the old iMacs out and when I asked about the new ones, I was told "What new iMacs?"

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  • dukebound85
    Apr 25, 12:22 AM
    You know what I hate more? effing speeders:rolleyes:

    Scratch that....effing speeders who don't even have a years worth of driving under their belt and think it's safe to go 20 over

    Man I wish the driving age was upped to at least 18

    It's people like you who piss me off when I am riding my motorcycle as you guys are so effing unpredictable it is dangerous for everyone around you. Never mind my bike can easily outgun pretty much any car out there trying to go fast...

    and you say you want to blow up cars obeying the law...unbelievable

    james purefoy ironclad. and James Purefoy (Solomon
  • and James Purefoy (Solomon

  • KPOM
    Apr 22, 02:18 PM
    Been waiting to get one for a while now. :o

    I do hope that the backlit keyboard comes to the 11.5 inch.:rolleyes:

    Bummed about Intel's graphics. I was hoping in some kind of settlement. :(

    There was a settlement. Intel gave NVIDIA $1.5 billion to go away. Unfortunately, that means Intel integrated graphics for the foreseeable future.

    james purefoy ironclad. played by James Purefoy.
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  • davey-nb
    Sep 15, 06:11 PM
    the ipod wasn't a ground up design either.

    now admittedly, it was apple, jobs and ives' that took a good idea and refined it to being the great product introduced in '03, but the ipod was an interesting break from apple's NIH syndrome. so much so that i question the TS report about apple going for a ground up design.

    ...I think you'll find.

    Yes, check Wiki...

    james purefoy ironclad. Brian Cox, James Purefoy
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  • Ampidire
    Apr 22, 01:43 PM
    I've decided the SB refresh on this machine will be my next purchase, it's perfect for me in school and I no longer need the powerhouse MBP I have now.

    I just didn't wanna buy a C2D, the nVidia IGP is nice yes, but I don't game on my MBP as it is, so what do I have to lose other than weight..

    james purefoy ironclad. Abigail Breslin, James Purefoy
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  • panzerchieftain
    Apr 30, 06:12 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; nl-nl) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Will there be new sizes ? A 24 inch would be perfect :)

    james purefoy ironclad. James Purefoy,
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  • tblrsa
    Apr 19, 09:23 AM
    Samsung is a blatantly copycat right now, whereas Apple has managed to piece together promising parts from other companies to create what they call the iPhone. Makes it hard to root for any side, oh well... ;)

    james purefoy ironclad. With: Brian Cox, James Purefoy
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  • jeff1977
    Mar 29, 02:24 PM
    Just FYI...

    File size wouldn't affect performance at all, as long as you're copying between locations on the same drive. The "file" that you see in the GUI is actually a link to a location on disk where your data is; all the OS has to move is the link, which is very tiny.

    Thanks for clarifying that for me! I don't like doing things that I'm not sure about. As I said, my being unsure stemmed from windows that would sometimes come up in older versions of Photoshop, when closing, that mentioned clipboard sizes being too large. Or something along those lines. Again, thanks.

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  • pondosinatra
    Mar 24, 08:42 AM
    Im with you on the glossy iMacs, there AWFUL to actually sit in front of and use for any lenght of time, talk about eye strain.

    MATT option iMac and im there in a flash, but im not holding out hope, the �1600 ive sat waiting for a new desktop is more and more likely going towards a home built i7 sandybridge rig, and windows 7 so that when i sit with my back to the window the screen doesnt just refelect the outside world and i have to squint through it rather than just see what im working on. I dont need a tree or a bus in my spreadsheets or word documents thank you apple.

    I Love my Macbook pro, with its MATT screen, i cant justify a MacPro expense, and the Mac Mini just doesnt cut it at the graphics card level, so that leaves the iMac, love the form factor, love the OS, hate the unusable migrane inducing shiney screen.


    the iPad i prefer the glossy screen, same with the iPhone, but then the occasions ill be using an iPad require me to have a bright colour screen for PDFs, and the lighting is usually bad enough that the reflective qualities are not a problem.

    Well it looks like my iMac will meet the minimum specs for Lion, so I might upgrade, but then that's it for me. I'll probably go to Linux or some alternative operating system. - Maybe I'll crack out my NeXT Dimension Cube :D

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  • seek3r
    May 4, 08:33 AM
    Personally I'm a huge fan of daisy chaining. Less devices, less cables, less clutter. You just attach each device to the next.

    What is it you have an aversion to?

    What if I need to pull a drive somewhere in the chain but I'm still accessing a device farther along the chain? Daisy chaining is a *massive* pain for anyone who deals with external devices that aren't permanently, or at least semi-permanently, hooked up to a single machine!

    james purefoy ironclad. James Purefoy as Marshall in
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  • displaced
    Sep 26, 11:06 AM
    Wonderful... why would Apple choose the carrier with the worst coverage and customer service (well, besides Sprint)??? T-Mobile or Verizon would be better choices...

    You know, if Cingular didn't spend the $$$ to get all of the cool phones first, I think they would be out of business by now... If someone has had a different experience with Cingular, please let me know ;)

    I still think Apple should go the Mobile Virtual Network Operator route ala Virgin Mobile, Helio, Amp'd, mobile ESPN, etc.

    Wow... by the sounds of it, there's no single network in the US that actually works for everyone everywhere. Nasty. So perhaps exclusivity's a strange strategy - I hope it's only a short term plan for you guys' sake.

    I take it Verizon = CDMA? There's no way Apple would consider a CDMA model since it'd be a serious disadvantage in the global market.

    [edit] Also, setting up as a MVNO in each country in which they want to operate would cost a fortune. Besides, they've also then got to market and sell a network - establish a reputation in the mobile phone market as a carrier, and not just as a brand of phone.

    james purefoy ironclad. James Purefoy for Ironclad
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  • Yebot
    Aug 31, 12:14 PM

    One day before Yebot's birthday. Good timing. I smell a MBP in my future.

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  • stol
    Apr 11, 10:59 AM
    Both financially and from a space and energy consumption point of view, an Apple TV or an Airport Express is a more efficient solution for this. Apple tends to support only the efficient and simple solutions, not the cumbersome ones.

    Agreed. I never said that this is the most elegant solution.
    But� why should I get extra hardware (environmentally unfriendly) when I have my Mac on most of the time anyway. You know, I already have a computer (connected to speakers) so computer + Airport Express is more energy/money/space inefficient than a computer alone.

    You know all well that the router is not free, you pay for through your monthly payments. The fact that your provider does not offer a cheaper service without such hardware freebies is just unfortunate.

    If I renew my service, I pay the same money and of course I don't get new hardware. Hardware freebies are for new customers/connections in many services other than internet connections. Subscribe to a satellite tv service for example, get a free dish. This is beyond me anyway, it's a standard policy for all providers where I live. I just got this modem/router with my subscription and so far it works fine. No need to replace it.

    Would you be happy if Apple included a free Airport Express with all Macs (but naturally increased the price for the Mac)? There is nothing free, at least in the physical world (the digital world can be very close to free, see iOS apps).

    This makes no sense. Not everyone needs or desires an Airport Express. I never asked Apple for free hardware.

    So, how much do think Apple is asking for licensing their Airplay technology, I'd guess at most between $5-10.

    Do they license Airplay technology to software developers? I don't think so.
    Show me an app on the Mac App Store (or wherever) that acts like an Airport Express and i'll buy it at once.

    Is your Mac (the one connected to your sound system) really cheaper than an Airport Express?
    And if this is your only Mac, you can just use the Remote app to play the music on it from your iOS device.

    How can you possibly compare a Mac to� an Airport Express? I bought a Mac to have a COMPUTER not to stream music wirelessly.
    What you should think about is: How hard is for a Mac to act like an Airport Express with the proper software? It shouldn't.
    Why it there no software like this? Apple does not want to.
    Fair enough; It's their technology. Sometimes though, people want different things. Glad to see quite a few people here want the same as me.

    I have no idea what a Banana-TV is but for all that you want to do, an Airport Express it seems would do the trick. Is an Airport Express much more expensive than your Banana-TV?

    Banana TV is software. It is $7.99. It makes your Mac act like an Apple TV - does not support audio only though.
    It does something like: I can stream a video i just shot from my iPhone to my huge iMac screen - no AppleTV needed, no need to transfer the video to the iMac, no cables.
    Now tell me this is not a better solution for casual use than having an AppleTV in terms of money, space, energy, hardware. You see, I don't even have a TV!

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 10, 06:49 PM
    The USA is on borrowed time. Unless the US can drastically make changes, things are really going to get worse.. as if they aren't all ready. Already, the corporate run media reports everything is getting much better.. I don't believe this over a hill of beans.. Consider this:

    Job market still sucks.. unemployment in the US is over 10 percent despite what the media says being 8.9 percent..

    Economy isn't really growing much at all.. at best 2 percent growth which does not mean its getting better.

    The trillions of debt this country is in.. I fear within the next few years the debt is going to get higher + rising gas and food prices.. and most Americans are too stupid and blind to the corporate media saying things are ok.. I should know. I am struggling with gas and almost had a fight with someone at a gas station because I called for a REVOLT against the corporations controlling out lives(gas companies and the middle east OPEC).

    3rdly, cost of living is rising, and food... So, is the US getting better? Hardly.. and no one seems to care or want to do something to change it.. The solution proposed by Congressman Ron Paul..

    Complete ABOLIITION of the Federal Reserve and a repeal of the 1917-1919 federal reserve signed by Woodrow Wilson.. and also an end to the IRS and its tyrannical strangle hold on the citizenry..

    The American people should take ownership of corporations and not allow corporations and banks to rule over the people.

    Only then will America be able to recover from all of its ills.. and if someone can't recommend Ron Paul for 2012 presidency, then we have signed this country's death warrant.

    And yes, the recession is not over.. in fact, we might even be heading into economic depression very shortly.

    Its not about capitalism here.. its about ENDING CORPORATE RULE and BANKS ruling over us all.

    Its time for Americans to take back the country from corporate elites and banks. DOWN WITH THE FEDERAL RESERVE!!! Power to the PEOPLE!

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  • Machead III
    Aug 29, 03:56 AM
    Going public has other dimensions. There's more to business than the consumer and executive/investor ends. Going public allows people to force coporations to act in outside interests, otherwise it's just a private tyranny.

    Investors are the kinds of people that can force Apple to resolve the iPod City scandal in workers favors, even if it doesn't pose financial benefits for Apple itself.

    The problem is, the investors are usually stinking rich capitalistas anyway, and they'd rather resolve it in Apple's financial favor in order to harvest a couple more pennies from poor, miserable Chinese workers so they can slap it on their already monstrous monthly bank balance.

    So much for morality :/

    Sep 14, 09:37 AM
    So what? Last year alongside the Photo Plus Expo, Apple introduced Aperture, the quad G5 machines, and the last iteration of PowerBooks.

    Because Aperture pretty much needed those machines to run it nicely.

    yes, and photo software runs on computers. "This is the new Aperture. and it will run beautifully on the new C2D Macbook Pro I just announced. Boom. does this... Boom, does that...etc..."

    You guys are just delusional at this point.

    May 3, 12:46 PM
    Sigh... It's a shame really, I don't need nearly the kind of power that even the lowest Mac Pro has, but it's the only desktop mac that I could buy at this point.It is not the first time where the iMac has more CPU power than the entry Mac Pro. Seriously, it does. If you get the 6970M (HD 6850) you can beat the video card as well.

    Sep 11, 09:57 AM
    I'm hoping for iMacs because I could care less about downloading Movies. Hell the only TV I download are the free eps. Unless you can get me 5.1 surround, DVD quality for a monthly fee that is less than Netflix... well, Netflix is still king to me. :)

    Especially since DVDs ar easier to copy than these files would ever be. Not that i copy DVD's or anything.

    I predict the following:

    iTunes Movie Store with... 1080 HD movie downloads.
    Updated Cinema Displays.
    New Airport Extreme with 802.11n (for streaming the said Movies wirelessly)
    iPod updates, either slightly modified nano(new cases+more compacity) and/or updated video iPods with higher compacity for said HD movies.


    I really do think theywill be available in 1080, and that will be a very big deal.

    blueray? hd dvd? who cares i can just get them on itunes.

    Well, an 8 meg connection is adequate to stream the HD trailers in 720p. I honestly don't think that Apple would bother offering the movies in any higher quality, as the codec scales nicely, and most HD sets are 720p or just that ED crap. When a set says 1080i on the side it usually means that it can decode a 1080i signal, not that it can display it. If you have a 1080i capable TV, you'll know it cause your ass will hurt much more than the guy who buys the 720p set.

    Jul 14, 10:58 AM
    Please! Let the Merom be overclockable in the next MBP or at least make it a CPU-swappable socket! If not, I may consider just getting a new Mac Pro that will be. Would hate to spend $3k on a new 17" with a stagnant (yet potent) CPU when every other Mac system out there will be overclockable or swappable. Any thoughts?


    Um. Most laptops are not overclockable or swappable. So you are asking a bit much there.

    Also, Professionals don't overclock, children do. Buy accordingly.

    Sep 5, 12:19 PM
    The TV makes a terrible monitor for any other computer use, and I just don't want the computer in my TV room.
    A current LCD or Plasma television with DVI or HDMI inputs can make an excellent computer monitor.

    For example, the Samsung 46" and 40" LCDs are 1920x1080, with VGA and HDMI input. They are excellent monitors (we use them in some small conference rooms in lieu of projectors).

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