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  • !� V �!
    Apr 25, 03:54 PM
    Good. The unibody design was never great, it was just so-so. The AlBook powerbook that preceded it had a MUCH better design.

    The TiBooks where probably my fav of all PowerBook/MacBook Pro finish and design. :D

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  • moxxey
    Mar 22, 04:01 PM
    There's pretty much no news in this news piece.

    We know it's going to include Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt. We know it's unlikely to be re-designed and we know it's going to be between now and May.

    Where's the news here?

    We need specs. Some CPU and other info, at least.

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  • Steve121178
    Apr 20, 10:49 AM
    What does this even mean? "Apple has never cared about the user?" Perhaps you can teach us, then, how Apple has enjoyed so much success despite "never caring for the user."

    Or was it simply fun to write those sentences?

    Apple does not care about us, they just enjoy us lining their pockets full of cash. They get us hooked on using their products and we go and buy more and more of them. They just enjoy getting our money, like any business.

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  • hc8170
    Oct 27, 10:33 AM
    I have nothing against Greenpeace or the message that Greenpeace is trying to send about the environment. If Greenpeace's presence (or more specifically, Greenpeace volunteers' presence) at other public events is any representation, I am not surprised at their behavior.


    Heck, every trade show I ever go to has girls with their tits half hanging out wondering the halls handing out leaflets nowhere near their particular stand.

    Sad to see so many people now happy to have people's free speech stamped all over.

    In response to the previous post above, perhaps Greenpeace should think about limiting its volunteers at public events to "really hot" girls dressed "appropriately", I am sure its message would be better received.

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  • aegisdesign
    Sep 10, 04:55 PM
    I remember back in the 2nd half of the 90's, HP came out with the dual Pentium II processor configuration, which only ran on NT. At the time I was administering a new Sparc network and we had a Sun 690MP with 4 ultra-Sparc processors. I thought is was cool that MS PC's had moved to multiple processors.

    However, I was disappointed to learn that the 2nd processor could be only be used for little more than a coprocessor. So, I did some reading about the relationship of the Bus design, processor architecture and the OS. It made me appreciate Sparc a lot more.

    That's bollocks.

    Both processors on Windows NT going back as far as NT3.1 at least will run at full speed, share tasks between them if threaded or just run one task on each.

    There was even a hack to have the Explorer (the equivalent of Finder) run multithreaded that sped things up on multi-cpu machines. I've almost always tried to have multi-CPU desktop machines even if that meant a little slower for each CPU. Back in 97-98 my favourite machine was a dual Celeron 366 overclocked to 550Mhz each. Each CPU was about $80. It creamed boxes costing much more but was also really smooth to use since there was also a spare CPU quite often to keep things ticking along whilst CPU1 was tied up.

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  • whatever
    Sep 11, 10:51 PM
    The margins on a mid-mac should be better than the iMac since it's using standard (and therefore cheap) desktop components. So any mid-mac sales in preference to the iMac would probably make Apple more money anyway.
    I want Apple to release a stupid "mid-mac" just to shut you and everyone else up.

    Professionals buy Mac Pros or laptops. Consumers buy iMacs or laptops. That's a sound and successful strategy for Apple. And if you need a cheap Mac, you can buy a mini.

    Just because Intel releases a chip, does not mean Apple is going to use it. If that was the case then Intel should re-release the 486, so that Apple can put them in the "mid-mac"!

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  • iGary
    Sep 13, 06:36 AM
    I ordered a black 80GB Ipod last night, after approval from the wife.

    I had a bad feeling about it, and promtly cancelled this morning.

    My current Ipod is a 60GB Photo, and I have been looking to upgrade to video for some time, but I can't shake the feeling that this update was very minor, with a price reduction thrown into the equation.

    I reckon, macworld in January there will be the iTV (or whatever it's called), and a new 6G widescreen iPod, with a few more movie companies thrown in.

    So I think I'll ride it out until then.

    I was ready to buy the next great iPod thing yesterday. My credit card went promptly back into my wallet and will remin there until we have a "real" iPod update.

    Kind of disappointed this is what Apple sees fit to go into the holiday season with. Guess the rumours about the new iPod large screen being way behind were true.

    I can't help but think they wanted to launch iTV with the movies as well - otherwise we would have never seen it.


    I will be buying a shuffle when someone builds a sports case for it, though.

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  • SC68Cal
    Aug 28, 06:57 PM
    They're not. You're seriously whining about "taking so long" when the first announcements came *earlier today*? Really? A "delay" of HOURS is something shareholders are going to freak out over???

    Why don't you read the rest of my statement, fanboy?

    If Apple announces that the new Merom laptops are available and are ready to ship that day, then it isn't a big deal.

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  • ciTiger
    Apr 20, 10:01 AM
    WOW this is a major privacy breach.

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  • steviem
    Apr 11, 03:47 PM
    How many pints to a league does your car do?

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  • musiclover137
    Aug 23, 05:34 PM
    It is likely that someone screwed up and delayed in applying for a patent, as such, :eek: Creative got there first. Maybe that is why Steve sounded pissed.

    That's what I think could have happened too. I don't know why people think Creative made this up and Apple felt like giving $100 million to charity or something.

    Apple was wrong in this one. The End

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  • Macinthetosh
    Mar 23, 06:48 PM
    Most checkpoints have a warning well in advance. The government is just pointlessly overstepping its boundaries.

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  • Warbrain
    Sep 26, 08:41 AM

    The only way the iPhone market even makes sense is via an Apple MVNO.

    Since when does Apple NOT want to "control the whole widget"? I don't want Apple controlled by the nutjob mobile providers.

    As much of an Apple fanboy as I am, I would never use Cingular. But beyond that, it signals that the Apple iPhone will be incredibly lame -- just another music phone (basically an Apple ROKR/SLVR), because that is pretty much all that Cingular trades in.

    MVNOs are expensive to lease from other networks and the whole mess of plans makes it a pain the ass. Apple would be better off making something like a smartphone, which is what the iPhone most likely is.

    And just because Motorola made ****** phones that ran iTunes on them doesn't mean that Cingular is the one that wants them. Moto was the one that ****ed it all up, not Cingular. If Cingular knew that the Apple phone was going to be great and not be totally crippled like the ROKR was - which was Apple's fault - then they would sell it regardless. Don't have such bias against Cingular. Verizon and Sprint aren't much better, either.

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 14, 06:30 PM
    This is great news! One of the ReadyNAS I didn't buy a Sandy Bridge MBP is that I want USB3.

    Maybe Apple still won't include it.

    Well, it would surprise me. USB3.0 and Thunderbolt will come included in Intel''s Ivy Bridge. Apple would have to add more hardware and disable USB 3.0 to make it 2.0 only. Makes zero cents.

    And that's exactly the reason they would do it. :D

    There is no way Apple would deliberately block/not support USB3 on Mac's is there, to force Apple uses to have to buy Thunderbolt only peripherals and not be able to use cheaper USB3 items?

    They would never do that would they?

    They might, you never know. Stubornness knows no bounds.

    The PC industry is plagued with lowest common denominator, low cost crap.

    Apple and Intel are trying to move forward. We should support that.

    Did you know that an Apple computer is a pc?

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  • evilgEEk
    Sep 5, 02:01 PM
    They will have to have something that allows you to access your audio and video files with a remote. Maybe an aiport express with a remote control and user interface similar, but better than frontrow.
    Exactly. If this device has a Front Row-like interface with a remote control, etc.. then I'm in, because that's what I've been waiting on for years.

    Now, if it's simply an updated Airport Express that now allows you to stream movies but you still have to use your computer do send the files through (AirTunes) then I'll pass. I really don't think they would do it this way though, or at least I hope not.

    I'm ready to give Apple a lot of my money right now (updated mini, iPhone, new video "device"), but now they just need to release the products. ;)

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  • 0815
    Apr 20, 12:00 PM
    Why am I not surprised ... At least in this case the data is stored on my devices. We all know that cell phone locations are being tracked (and stored somewhere out of my reach) - whoever doen't want anybody else to 'track' the location anyway shouldn't have a cell phone (or only a cheap prepaid one that he payed in cash for) ... I travel a lot around the world and it was pretty cool to see those maps of my travels and hit the 'play' button.

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  • Anonymous Freak
    Sep 19, 10:38 PM
    Oh God yes this is what I want.

    I've read where iTunes 7 supports multiple libraries, but it's not the solution we're waiting for.

    I want to rip a CD onto my powerbook and have iTunes sync it with a master library on a partition of my external drive next time I hook it up. Right now, I'd have to remember to copy the new files onto the external... no good—I want it to be automatic and just work (Apple has spoiled me).

    It's called 'rsync', and it's one of the BSD utilities built into OS X.

    If you either have a really small library, or money to burn (on .Mac and the storage upgrade; but even then, only up to 4 GB,) you could use .Mac as your library storage, and just have Automatic iDisk sync turned on.

    edit: I know I saw something about how to trick your computer into thinking another computer on your network is the .Mac server, which would let you use all of the current .Mac functions hosted locally; this would work great for an 'iDisk-hosted' library. As long as you don't ever connect to a different internet connection, and it tries to sync with the real iDisk.

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  • FuNGi
    Apr 25, 12:53 PM
    I like the current iteration sans the glass. What would really interest me would be a transition to liquidmetal allowing for a lighter and stronger case. I'm sure many will speculate an end to the CD/DVD drive with this one but I wouldn't be so sure.

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  • kdarling
    Apr 20, 10:56 AM
    I was just about to post the same thing; the application says that it couldn't find the consolidated.db file. I even tried syncing my iPhone once more and it still didn't help. An interesting note though - I own a Verizon iPhone. I wonder if that has anything to do with it.

    You're right, they say that the Verizon CDMA phone doesn't keep the log.

    Okay, then it's a log of GSM cells that the phone sees and/or connects to.

    The question is, where does it get the location data from? Either the phone has a complete cell id database internally, or it's using GPS, or it has to go out on the network and ask Apple's cell id servers for the location.

    The researchers claim neither GPS nor network data is being used, so there would have to be an internal database, which I've never heard of. Something is missing.

    Apr 25, 05:28 PM
    I wish they would release it before September 28... I'd rather wait for the new design but college starts this fall so that's not an option. Oh well.

    Mar 30, 11:48 AM
    I want my 5 mins back from reading this article and writing this post......

    Sue M$

    Sep 10, 06:45 PM
    Anyone got numbers on percentage of computer users who play games? I never play games. Am I in a minority?
    The target is Windows users, Most windows users between 10 and 25 play some game or another. I have no clue about OS X users on the Macs but probably 20 % do.

    Apple is interested in selling hardware and putting a hurt on PC companies like Dell and others. They can sell a heck of a lot of machines to the PC market and double or quatruple their market share in just one year alone. That is what BootCamp is there for.

    Apr 22, 02:20 AM
    So Apple's method could be more efficient their side, offering a spotify type model where everyone accesses the same iTunes purchased track (except this time they own it) instead of Amazon's where each indivdual track is stored in their "digital locker"?

    A nice bt of foresight by Apple if so.

    It's not really an original idea. Lala was doing this last year, until Apple bought them and shut them down.

    Apr 22, 12:18 PM
    It doesn't happen because what they should really be putting is Blu-Ray.

    Unlikely to happen except for maybe the Mac Pros. Apple wants you to get your media from iTunes.

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