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  • Darlo770
    Apr 25, 02:10 PM
    I wonder if they'll go SSD and maintain the price-point by saying bye-bye to the superdrive? I hope so, i'd prefer SSD speed over a disc drive which i hardly use anymore.

    Also, i'm thinking the black bezel might go. In my opinion, the black hinge doesn't look too good when the rest is metal.

    Bigger trackpad, for Lion's gestures?

    I hope they don't go sloped, like the air. But then again, when it comes to design, Apple always make it sexy, so i don't mind really.

    Can't wait anyway, i was recently thinking of buying a MacBook Pro, glad i didn't jump in too soon :)





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  • aiqw9182
    Apr 16, 01:14 PM
    You have a fundamental misunderstanding of how those adapters work. Going from thunderbolt to USB 3 would require active electronics embedded in the adapter. The $6 MDP to HDMI adapter is just copper internally because the signaling is compatible from the source.
    So did you miss the USB to PS2 adapters I posted? :rolleyes:



    Again, you have a fundamental flaw in your argument that you're not addressing. It doesn't matter if the bus is capable of delivering massive speed when the source is incapable of serving data fast enough. Any single-drive enclosure that is currently available will be incapable of maxing out a USB 3 connection. Again, any single drive enclosure doesn't need USB 3 and that's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the future, a couple of years down the road there will be affordable external SSD's and you will have an SSD in your machine and the only bottleneck is going to be your connector.


    When they contain active electronics, they get expensive. Apple's own MDP to dual-link DVI adapter is a great example, at $99.00. USB 3 and Thunderbolt are not electrically compatible, and therefore it is impossible to have a simple copper-only dongle that has a TB port on one end, and USB on the other. Wow, you are using an Apple adapter for price comparisons. :rolleyes:

    Apple sells mini-display port to HDMI adapters for $30 when you can buy them for $5. Find a better example.


    Then why do you keep pointing to that article as proof that USB 3 is incapable of reaching it's theoretical maximum?Uhh, I'm not? USB 3 has overhead and I've yet to see it actually go its maximum, when have you ever seen USB 2 reach 480Mbps?


    USB 2 is the universal standard for high speed devices. If you think otherwise, you must have never used a USB thumb drive. You may have never used a USB thumb drive? L.o.l.

    USB 2 is TERRIBLE at high speed data transfer, 'standard' or not. A PS2 port could still be standard for all I care.


    Thunderbolt in a copper implementation is capped at 10Gbs. For higher speeds, the physical connections become impractical for "normal" devices, which is why Intel designed TB as a transport bus, say for a single cable between a tower and a monitor, which would then break the TB bus back into it's component protocols, including USB 3. The copper implementation is limited only by the cable and not the port.


    Which as I said above, makes it practical for a transport bus. For replacing USB? Not so much. Backwards compatibility alone will likely dictate the continual presence of USB 3 ports on virtually every computer for years to come.
    I never said it would replace USB. I said they compliment each other. I said USB 3 is hardly needed as all of the heavy lifting is done through Thunderbolt then you leave the low bandwidth peripherals (that USB 2.0 was capable of handling) to USB 3.0.


    Is it "difficult" to carry an adaptor? Of course not (weight and size wise).

    But in real life, you run into situations where you don't have it on hand. Like the noon conference at my residency program where we had problems with the laptop on which an attending was to give a presentation. One of the other residents had a MBP and volunteered its use, but...no DP adaptor to connect to the projector. I can only imagine how many times that scenario must occur each day at businesses, etc.

    It's a poor solution compared to having USB 3 built in.
    In real life you should carry around your laptop in a bag or sleeve that has everything you need in it. USB 3 is not a necessity and the majority of devices will continue to be USB 2.0 compatible as well before 3.0 takes off and Thunderbolt steals all of the high bandwidth peripherals.





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  • Manic Mouse
    Sep 9, 10:28 AM
    The real problem isn't the OS as much as it is in applications.

    A well-threaded O/S won't help make Photoshop or Avid run much faster, unless the application code is also able to use all of the cores that are present.

    Some applications are inherently serial - you have to do step A, then step B (because step B depends on step A). It's not a matter of poor programming, it's that the task is serial. (Note that many Photoshop benchmarks quote "MP-aware" filters separately from actions that don't scale.)

    For these "not well-threaded" applications, multiple cores will still be beneficial so that you can run multiple applications simultaneously - all at full speed.

    There are some server-type applications (web or database) that run many (hundreds or thousands) threads simultaneously. (For a web server - each browser session is a natural thread.) For these applications, operating system efficiency is important. The reports that OSX is poor at threading (such as Mac OS X limits server performance (http://www.macnn.com/articles/05/06/15/os.x.server.review/)) aren't really that important for desktop apps that want to use all 4 cores (or soon 8).


    http://www.anandtech.com/mac/showdoc.aspx?i=2436
    The server performance of the Apple platform is, however, catastrophic.
    ...
    Workstation apps will hardly mind, but the performance of server applications depends greatly on the threading, signalling and locking engine.


    Ahh. Nice info Aiden, thanks for that!

    Many BSODs today?

    I must be one of the few windows users who has never seen a BSOD since Win 95...

    I've been using the Vista Beta 2 exclusively since it's release and it's apparently a very unstable OS yet I haven't seen a single BSOD. Looking forward to upgrading to RC1 and all the performance improvements that will bring though! :D

    What I'm wondering is how Leopard will change the performance of the iMacs and Mac Pros. Will having a full 64-bit operating system and applications mean they run faster, or will the end-user see little difference?





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  • Philberttheduck
    Sep 17, 01:02 AM
    When will the iPhone rumors end? Can't you people see it won't happen?

    Then I'll be the first to laugh in your face as I gloat everywhere you post.

    (iono how serious you were) Unlike the stupid G5 PB rumors, the fact that cellphone chips, etc. can fit into something as thin as a RAZR and couple that with how thin a nano is, it's going to happen sooner than you'd think.





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  • jaydub
    Aug 28, 10:31 PM
    wake up then, because it won't happen for awhile.
    The current enclosure is very nice, so why change it?
    Because people are so scared of immediate obsolescence that they'd rather hope for a new enclosure than enjoy what is currently out. It gets really old.





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  • anotherkenny
    Apr 30, 04:40 PM
    Tom was referring to this feature (http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2011/01/shows-over-how-hollywood-strong-armed-intel.ars).
    "Intel... takes advantage of a new hardware module inside Sandy Bridge's GPU to enable the secure delivery of downloadable HD content to PCs, has been blasted as "DRM." But of course it's only a DRM-enabler�a hardware block that can store predistributed keys that the Sandy Bridge GPU uses to decrypt movies a frame at a time before they go out over the HDMI port."

    It allows for secure playback of cloud movies, without the risk of pirating. Your own files aren't being scrutinized.

    Clix Pix put the matte preference well in an old post (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=245491):

    Go "matte.....easier on your eyes under all lighting conditions, more accurate representation of what will be printed or show on other people's monitors."

    Photographers and people who don't like sparkled/ full of reflection monitors go with matte.





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  • ArtOfWarfare
    Mar 23, 06:41 PM
    Miles you make a great point... You also confirm that Apple better pull them, its a pointless app because if your so drunk then you can't operate a phone let alone an app.

    Who said this app was exclusively for drunks avoiding the cops? I have never been, nor ever plan to be, drunk, but I'd choose to avoid the cops just because I dislike the stress of driving anywhere near them.

    Do a poll macrumors.... Us 6 want them pulled Now!!... the others not quoted want them to stay on the App Store for no real good or beneficial reason

    You quoted four people, plus yourself makes five, not 6. You therefore have discredited all of your posts on account of your inability to count correctly.





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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:56 PM
    Hilarious to all those people who jumped on the THUNDERBOLT bandwagon. No thunderbolt devices yet and they have the hideous old case design.

    :rolleyes:

    But they have an i7, 13 inch machine. :confused:





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  • BornAgainMac
    Sep 9, 06:36 AM
    It wouldn't have been worth it to wait for these unless you wanted the 24 inch display (and Firewire 800) with your iMac. The iMac really looks like a good switcher machine that gives Pro performance to the masses.





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  • evilgEEk
    Sep 19, 03:05 PM
    I just feel like there are many more people like me that will prefer to have physical movie versus a "digital" counterpart. Songs just seem more petty and i feel more comfortable downloading them, but movies... meh.
    I remember a lot of people saying that about music when iTMS first came out. ;)

    As good as this news is its not likely to appear outside the US for a LONG time... heck we still dont get TV shows!
    Honestly I think movies will come to other countries before TV Shows do. Movies are more universal than TV Shows are, each country has their own TV Shows but everyone wants to watch Lord of the Rings.





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  • wlh99
    Apr 20, 10:20 AM
    Section 4b of the software license agreement explains it all:

    http://images.apple.com/legal/sla/docs/iphone.pdf

    So does turning of Locations Services stop the data collection, or just stop applications from accessing it?

    Does turning of Location services delete data already in the file?

    I guess it works both ways, if accused of a crime you didn't commit, bring your phone to work and prove you were not their. And if you are going to commit a crime, leave your phone at home.





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  • dbally
    Sep 13, 09:03 PM
    I thought the idea of paying $4.99 for a game was a very cell phone provider-esque.





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  • Chundles
    Oct 12, 12:39 PM
    http://flickr.com/photos/vi2867/267917812/

    If it is a 4 GB iPod, it has to be a Nano, right???

    What else, could it be??

    http://flickr.com/photos/vi2867/267917812/


    You have to link to the images, not the flickr page.

    And that's just the U2 special edition iPod.





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  • daneoni
    Sep 14, 11:30 AM
    Looks like the C2D MBPs will be unveiled here. I mean the 17 MBP was unveiled at NAB, which is another imaging related event. Why do i get the feeling that Adobe might surprise us with CS3 there?..i mean if Apple is sending out invites then something big is happening and no its not an iSLR :rolleyes:





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  • cwt1nospam
    Jan 1, 05:21 PM
    Sad, but true :(

    (And I don't feel the need to argue or debate or say more in this thread to justify this obvious fact.)
    Too bad you don't feel the need to learn the facts either. Just where are these viruses going to come from? How will they get executed/installed? Answer: They will not come because they can't execute. That's what a walled garden is: protection from the wild.





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  • z4n3
    Apr 20, 10:56 AM
    I do not seem to have this file! :D

    guess there are some users that are safe....





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  • BRLawyer
    Mar 29, 11:59 AM
    Don't believe it!

    It's easy to believe it...when they say Windows Phone is a "differentiated" platform, they simply mean "inferior"...move along, citizens :rolleyes:





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  • Eidorian
    Apr 14, 12:52 PM
    The PC industry is plagued with lowest common denominator, low cost crap.

    Apple and Intel are trying to move forward. We should support that.I do not appear to recall Apple extolling the Intel HD 3000.

    Otherwise, I am still waiting for proof that Thunderbolt is on the Panther Point controller and I find it unlikely it is on the processor itself given the current PCIe hackjob to implement it.





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  • getBytesLoaded
    Sep 26, 02:08 PM
    Hey everybody,
    So often I hear people talk about how great the customer service is for Verizon, Cingular, and Sprint. Why are all of you in need of customer service with these companies? I'm with T Mobile and have never needed to call and straighten a bill out, or get credit applied to my account. I'd say the best customer service is the kind you don't need to use. So, I'm hoping that T Mobile will carry the iPhone 6 months after the initial release.





    Lightivity
    Sep 20, 04:30 AM
    Sorry if the question has been answered before, but here goes:

    Is any of the film content in iTunes Store in 16x9 encoded? In other words, is it enhanced for widescreen displays (commonly known as anamorphically encoded)?





    cwt1nospam
    Dec 31, 10:23 AM
    It makes sense. iProducts are increasingly becoming ubiquitous, therefore they will become more profitable for malware developers to attack. It's not a McAfee sales pitch so much as it's stating the obvious. Same with Android.
    No, it doesn't. The only way your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch is vulnerable to these things is if YOU jailbreak it. Even then, the number of jail broken IOS devices is and will remain too small a target to go after. This is why Apple has a walled garden, and why the Android model is destined to follow the PC down the virus/botnet hell hole. It's also why AV vendors would prefer that you bought Android or Windows mobile.





    Casshan
    Sep 19, 03:23 PM
    I'm not touching it until they offer 5.1 sound. I'm sure its just a matter of time, though.





    JAT
    Oct 27, 03:34 PM
    Macs as far as I know are not easily tossed out. apple computers have been primarily hand me downs unless some terrible accident happened rendering it useless.
    My cousin's iBook died last winter. I discovered he disposed of it, not sure if he did environmentally-well or not. But since he should've given it to me, even though dead, I had to shoot him. That's one that won't hose the environment anymore!

    (this post is partly hyperbole.....no Apple is ever "dead")





    libertyforall
    Nov 13, 03:15 PM
    Maybe developers should just make jailbroken iPhone apps exclusively...



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