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  • kansast
    Nov 22, 01:25 AM
    "We've learned and struggled for a few years here figuring out how to make a decent phone,'' he said. "PC guys are not going to just figure this out. They're not going to just walk in.''

    I wonder if it will be interesting to revisit this quote in a year or two ? :D
    One can hope.

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  • Porchland
    Sep 11, 09:18 AM
    Seems to me the new 24" iMac is the "Media Player" - My two largest "monitors" are my 23" ACD and a 26" old skool TV. I watch DVDs on the ACD, as I get a little bit more picture and a lot more clarity than on my TV.
    Seating accommodations in my office aren't as nice as the living room, but oh well...

    It wouldn't be a huge leap for Apple to super-size the 24-inch iMac into 42-inch and 52-inch displays. The architecture of the iMac is well-suited to a plasma display.

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  • andiwm2003
    Apr 25, 09:58 AM
    How so? Everything he said fits the facts as we know them. There is NO evidence that this information gets transmitted to ANYONE, and believe me people are looking hard to prove otherwise. So this makes Steve look like he's telling the truth.

    maybe Steve is right in saying that apple is not tracking us. however my iPhone is tracking my movements and stores the data in a unencrypted format that everyone can read out who has access to my phone.

    that is the point that apple is critizised for. this is a gaping security hole! nobody has claimed apple is using this information for malicious purposes.

    however Steve answered the question if apple is tracking users. a classic strawman.

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  • LarryC
    Mar 30, 05:50 AM
    Then there is the business plan / conspiracy theory that this was caused above the Sichuan epicenter by the Chinese reverse engineering of the American HAARP.

    Oh good Lord, now harp players are being blamed for this. :D

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  • paolo-
    Apr 10, 06:50 PM
    I get 61,835, but I'm beginning to think someone has mucked around with the keys on my calculator.


    You sure you're not using an old PC? :p

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 18, 07:52 PM
    I'm not against tax increases as long as the country is using it as a last resort.

    What constitutes being a "last resort"?

    It makes more sense to me to put in clauses that reverse tax increases once a goal has been reached.

    Use all the tools in the tool chest to solve the problem.

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  • steviem
    May 6, 07:24 AM
    I can see this happening. I think it's a very clever move for Apple as they will be going away from commodity chips, will have more control over their chip design, will have better power consumption - which is a big thing with their environmentalism push, they will potentially be able to merge iOS and OSX.

    I don't see this as a bad thing and to those saying they won't buy another iMac - that could be true, the Mac may no longer be a brand anymore in 2013.

    Apple only went with intel because IBM was never going to be able to make a G5 laptop chip. Why are people so closed minded when it comes to change?

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  • marksman
    Mar 29, 04:40 PM
    I agree that the convergence of data cap limits by commodity access providers and the evolving cloud of data are directly at odds, but ultimately the way around that will come from large grid wifi solution. Google has already started trying to do this.. and they and others will eventually make it happen the less available the current home and wiress providers are... You will be able to get wireless access in most places for free and use as much data as you want... The way the current bandwidth providers are going, it is absolutely going to happen.

    They are going to essentially create their own demise. Yes bandwidth usage is going up, but the providers need to figure out how to keep up and stay with the changing times. Instead they are going in the opposite direction. These concerns about having all your data in the cloud and then streaming it is legitimate given current and future caps by providers... Like I said though, ultimately it will be blown off by a consortium of the content providers who want people to access them as much as possible. The commodity providers either will have to catch up or be cut out.

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  • Mister Snitch
    Apr 20, 08:52 AM
    I believe it. Makes perfect sense. The iPhone 4 is an awesome phone so it doesn't need much improvement. A little power under the hood combined with a iOS update and the thing will continue the trek of top of the smart phone market.

    Agree. The phone is quite elegant, great fit/finish and style. More capacity & power always welcome.

    I would very much like to see the 'expansion' of interactive real estate via printed-looking e-ink navigation icons on the bezel. I have loved that idea since someone in this forum mentioned it.

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  • Hattig
    Aug 4, 09:44 AM
    I guess that all of Apple's current Yonah based systems will migrate over to Merom or Conroe in the next few months - I believe that Intel will be switching production over to these processors rather than Yonah quite quickly.

    The MacBook will change last, IMO, say in three or four months time. MacBook Pro and iMac will get upgrades quite quickly though.

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  • maelstromr
    Apr 5, 03:26 PM
    I'm fine leaving my phone un-jal broken. But I think Toyota and other companies should cater to the jail broken community too. Its understandable that Apple would ask. But hopefully it doesn't go beyond asking.

    Something tells me "jail broken community" grossly overstates the size of this segment of the population.

    Mega corporation A asks Mega corporation T to stop messing with a key product outside the terms of use and Mega corporation T is more interested in having good ongoing relations with a potential major technology partner than it is in five anti-conformist iconoclasts. File this in not really news.

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  • MacMan93
    Nov 26, 04:53 PM as posted before..

    If Apple were to pull of somthing like that with the sliding keyboard with a full-featured OS X WITH the ability to function as a normal computer it would be tight as hell!

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  • shartypants
    Apr 23, 04:52 PM
    Sounds great, but I would need a new pair of eyeballs to tell the difference (maybe Apple will someday come out with iBalls :))

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  • VenusianSky
    Nov 3, 01:28 PM
    I may get one if I happen to come upon a gift card, or if they show up on ebay at a cheaper price.

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  • ChazUK
    Apr 18, 03:35 PM
    I'm reading that this includes the Nexus S (which has no samsung touchwiz "optimisations" at all).

    Why doesn't Apple simply go for the jugular and hit Google with an Android lawsuit?

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  • twoodcc
    Aug 4, 03:54 PM
    Not to be rude, but are you really dumb enough to ask this? Ok, I'll try to make this as simple as possible: if I used a fully 64-bit OS & fully 64-bit software, that is software optimized for 64-bit processors, on a fully 64-bit processor, what would the advantage of using that set-up over using a 32-bit OS & 32-bit software on a 32-bit processor?

    yeah i'd say that's rude. maybe i misunderstood you, but you never said this. (or if you did, i missed it).

    i do not know the technical stuff, but i do know that if you had all 64-bit stuff, then it'd be a lot better than all 32-bit stuff. (i know i should use better termanology, but oh well)

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  • paul4339
    Apr 7, 03:05 PM
    basically, is sounds like one company secured their order in advance and with deposit; and the other company, who wasn't sure how well their product will sell, is buying panels at the last minute.

    If you leave a deposit and give advance orders to suppliers, they will definitely _build you the capacity_ to meet your demands. If not, you take your chances... and if you want jump to the front of the queue, it'll cost you a premium.


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  • Jimmy23
    Apr 18, 05:07 PM
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  • dba7dba
    Mar 29, 03:59 PM
    Globalization is a race to the bottom, and nobody seems to understand that while the 3rd world rises up, the 1st world inevitably must slide down.

    You left out a crucial fact.

    The 1st world may slide down but not the top 0.5% of the 1st world. In fact the wealth of top 0.5% in the 1st world will keep doubling every few years because of the rise of the 3rd world.

    It happens because of more demand (from 3rd world) for goods made by the companies the top 0.5% in 1st world own while the cost for making them will stay low, thanks to outsourcing manufacturing (and increasingly service industry) to the 3rd world.

    Awesome deal I must say, for those in the top 0.5% in the 1st world.

    May 4, 05:21 PM
    I'm glad we finally started moving :).

    We might as well keep moving forward through the door at the end of the hallway.


    Aug 4, 04:09 AM
    I'm gonna go on record and say they will NOT intro new MBP at wwdc. Some sales of the current MBP are better than none and if they they intro a new one they will not sell any and probably just take pre orders. Not gonna happen. They will wait until late August or early September to announce them when they are actually ready.

    I agree. Especially when you consider the retail stores. What are they going to do? Take orders? Sure, Apple does this for brand new products, but not for existing stock.

    No, Apple will release the upgrade when the stores are stocked and orders can be shipped.

    Apr 26, 02:28 PM
    Of course, because Apple is making the same mistakes that let Windows get +95% market share in spite of Apple's early lead in PCs.

    A "closed" eco-system has no chance against an "open" eco-system.

    Mac is still a success nonetheless...

    Will be the same for the iPhone. Apple is happy with 2 models on 2 providers in the USA...

    Mar 30, 07:50 PM
    iCal has been visually overhauled to look like the iPad version

    That looks amazing. I was hoping we might see a little more of the iPad's influence exert itself in places like the iCal.

    Apr 7, 11:39 AM
    Ha ha! Way to go Apple!!!! Kill the competition any way you can!!

    Apple is doing everyone a favor saving them from the mistake of getting a RIM tablet.

    I'm sure Apple appreciates your enthusiasm to kill the competition. I have no doubt they will repay your gratitude by allowing you to pay more for their products.

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