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  • Willis
    Aug 11, 09:06 AM
    So does that mean MacWorld Paris?

    It sure does. Quite exciting really. I think all consumer products will get Core 2 Duo (merom + conroe) in September. Although, seeing as Merom is socket compatable with the current line up, I dont think we will see a Conroe in the iMac.

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  • Hrududu
    May 7, 09:51 AM
    Its about time they made it free. iTools was free :cool:

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  • jvmxtra
    Mar 29, 12:22 PM
    Going further on infancy stage of cloud as far as main stream consumers are concerned -- Only way they can drive people to it right now would be if it was all free.

    Nobody in right mind would pay money to store their own files somewhere else which they already have on their computer.

    Cloud storage can work for things that people do not own: software that they rent, movies and such.

    Storing music on cloud is just simply stupid idea as it doesn't take up lot of space on your device and music is something you want to listen over and over again if it's your favorite(do you really want to having to connect to internet to get your fav music?)

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  • dr Dunkel
    Apr 25, 09:45 AM
    Why should God allmighty (Steve) not lie to his minions?

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  • marksman
    Apr 7, 07:19 PM
    I don't know if I buy this whole shortage thing.

    If there is such a big shortage, why aren't people/businesses creating more production plants and capitalizing on the demand (which is only getting started from the looks of it). Where there is serious demand there is serious $$$ to be made!

    It seems like basic economics to me but I've been wrong before...

    There was no production of these screens two years ago. The demand has far outrstripped any expectations anyone would have had 3 years ago. It takes time to get new plants online.

    I suspect Apple's long-term contracts with suppliers include future factories and production being brought online to help boost their ability to provide screens. It takes time though.

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  • Chris Bangle
    Sep 11, 12:58 PM
    Ok Ok, I was trying to be sarcastic but it didnt work... More mportantly amazon UK shipping all Macbooks in 1-2 weeks and apple uk shipping in a week....... I sense an update.

    P.S I dont deserve to be here if i didnt know what Apple Expo is.

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  • PODshady
    Nov 22, 02:46 AM
    I would buy a Palm Treo BUT their GUI needs a lot of work.... it is very ugly and this could be the reason that they have found it "difficult" to get people to like their smart-phones. If Apple comes out with an iPhone (and I hope they do) it would blow anything Palm can come up with out of the water. Apple is well known for well designed products and if the iPhone's GUI is even half has nice as the GUI in Mac OS X it will be way better than the Palm Treo and all those Windows Mobile devices.

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  • wclyffe
    Nov 11, 05:39 PM
    Just a side note to all the discussion in this thread. I just searched the Navigon site for the European Version of the iPhone mount and the price to buy it is 39.95 Euros + VAT charges = 44.90 Euros (or $67.48), and does not count the shipping charges. At $67, it makes the purchase of the TomTom Car Kit at $87 an amazing deal. The Navigon kit is only the windshield mount and a charging cable.

    Here's the link if you want to look for yourself:

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  • Gem�tlichkeit
    May 6, 08:10 AM
    This is the most ridiculous thing to appear on the MacRumors front page in quite some time.agreed

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  • ctachme
    Sep 15, 04:24 PM
    Sounds good. Hope it happens for those waiting for it.

    I also hope the design is revamped i.e. magnetic latch etc.

    Maybe an ACD update to boot?

    Yeah, i'd be sad if they just dropped a new processor in there. I'd want a new video card at the very least, and maybe DL burners in the 15" would be nice.

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  • bella92108
    Apr 5, 02:21 PM
    Yes they can. There is no protection under law for making money off the ineptitude of other companies. Apple is entitled, and expected to fix bugs. When those bugs get fixed, an avenue for jail breaking gets closed. Companies that see their revenue stream dry up are just screwed. That's life.

    Jail breaking happens because Apple screwed the pooch on security. That's all.

    Much of it is the automatic association that "jailbreak = pirated apps" which for many of us is not the case. I have spent $52 on apps in the last 3 weeks of having iPad... they're making a killing off me. Even with all of the apps I have, I can't stand looking at the device's home screen with an inch of space between each app, and it drives me nuts that I am limited to how many icons i can put in each folder. IF I can't jailbreak this thing in the next week, it's going back to the store, and I'll buy the Xoom. It solves all the issues. Would rather stay with Apple because the hardware is so much better than android, but I have to be realistic, software is what makes any device (hence why I like my Mac so much)

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  • valereee
    Dec 25, 03:46 AM
    If mac users don't use av software, there's little motivation for anyone to supply it. If NO ONE is working on av software, then in the eventuality that we do need it, we're all starting from scratch. That's just never a good place to be if you can with minimal effort prevent it.

    It's kind of like getting your flu shot in a year when the flu isn't supposed to be particularly bad. I seldom get the flu, but I go ahead and get the shot every year anyway because if no one does, there's little motivation for pharma companies to develop future flu shots. Which means in the really bad flu years, there's a shortage because only one company is making the shot.

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  • Cedd
    Sep 11, 04:55 AM
    Ooooh... how we used to dream of wheels made out of lead. Ours were made of depleted uranium. :eek:

    You 'ad wheelbarrows and paper! Y'soft southern nancies...We 'ad to remember the binary code in our 'eads and if we got one number wrong our dads would kill us and dance on our shallow graves...

    'onestly, kids today. :rolleyes:

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  • ashrakay
    Apr 5, 08:41 PM
    I can understand Apple's concern here it could give the impression to an uneducated user that it is OK to jailbreak their phone since they are being encouraged to by what would seem like a legitimate source. I don't think it's much of an issue for Scion owners though as they are probably used to sub-par performance.

    I doubt that's really Apple's issue. I'm sure they're more concerned about getting their 33% of everything iPhone.

    Any lawyers out there? Isn't this bordering on breaking some monopolizing or anti-competition laws?

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  • sunspot42
    Apr 22, 01:05 AM
    Replacing the desk make add 5% to the total cost of the new computer

    It's not a desk, it's a wardrobe, and it holds a ton of stuff besides the computer. Replacing it would cost at least $1,000, which is about half as much as a Mac Pro costs.

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  • mtrctyjoe
    Jul 30, 05:13 AM
    Here is why the new super iPhone will come out next week - because I just locked into some $%^&^% life long contract with Sprint. They own me and my first born.

    and I know Sprint will never have a cool phone in it's line up... so...

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  • bad03xtreme
    Mar 28, 10:55 AM
    You people can't wait an additional three months (July, Aug, Sept)?


    I have been waiting since Jan. when Verizon got the iPhone 4.

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  • DeathChill
    Apr 8, 08:14 PM
    I disagree. The OS on the most number of devices always ends up "winning" (for a lack of a better word.) It has happened time and time again. Windows beat MacOS after a few years due to it being on a wider range of hardware. The same happened with Android on phones. It will most defiantly happen again; if not with Android, defiantly with an OS which works on the same business model and is not tied to specific hardware.

    The 'average user' customer likes choice. The iPad provides none. An iPad is an iPad and that is that. Whereas Android provides a wide range of models and sizes and colours and specs.

    You're ignoring a huge factor: price. Mac products were more expensive than their PC counterparts. That's not at all true for the iPad. As well, Apple has huge brand cachet and their products are gorgeous to look at and touch.

    I'm not sure that choice is going to be a huge advantage in the tablet market as there's not much differentiation that is going to matter to the normal consumer. Sure, there can be different sizes but most people are happy with the iPad's size (no, not tech nerds who demand to have a tablet they can carry everywhere ;)).

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  • McGiord
    Apr 11, 06:24 AM
    I already took that into account. Can't you see?

    48/2(12) is something we should all be able to agree on. anything in parentheses must be evaluated before anything else.

    x/y(a+b) becomes x/y(c). That's the P in PEMDAS and it's done. At this point there are only multiply and divide operations left. This is just x/y*c which should be evaluated left to right. Because it is indistinguishable from x*d*c = x*(1/y)*c. I can commute operands to get x*c*(1/y) and rewrite that as xc/y should I want to.

    That statement means that 2(12) should be done before the division.
    So then the answer is 2.

    Apr 18, 03:51 PM
    Samsung will simply pay a hefty amount to Apple and we will never hear anything about this again.

    Apple is doing an end-around to renegotiate terms with the manufacturing group.

    couldn't Samsung simply get back at Apple by NOT making Apple's stuff? I mean, come on.

    Yeah. The divisions are on separate, but there is a bottom line for the whole thing. That bottom line says Samsung makes a lot more money as an Apple supplier then as an Apple competitor..

    Samsung can easily do that. Pay Apple and then get their money back by raising the prices on RAM and flash memory (because their cost base grew as a result of patent litigation)

    They could, but that would be cutting off their nose to spite their face.

    Aug 5, 02:40 AM
    It's not the AI PowerBook, it's the Al PowerBook. Big A little l, as in the chemical symbol for Aluminium. It replaced the one we call the TiBook or Titanium PowerBook.

    They may change the look, they may not. Doesn't make it a bad computer - it's a dead-set ripper of a computer. Why are you so worried about how it looks?

    Not so much the looks, it dings, it scratches, it warps, oh.. and it overheats.. enough said.

    Aug 4, 01:31 PM
    iSight? (

    I think that the iSight was designed more for communication between business travelers and their families. That's what all their ads showed. :confused:

    Apr 25, 09:21 AM
    Android has been shown ( to also gather location information, but the database is limited to a much smaller list of entries and is regularly wiped by the system. Jobs' email seems to explicitly claim, however, that Google's location information is used to track users while Apple's is not.

    Umm, Android's on-phone database might be smaller, but the phone sends all your location data to Google several times an hour tied to a unique identifier, where I'm sure the database is unlimited. And even if you trust Google with that data, they've been hacked before.

    The only way anyone gets your iPhone data is if they steal your phone and you don't do a remote wipe in time. Or if they steal your computer and you don't encrypt backups.

    Apr 28, 03:14 PM
    If not this year then soon I predict Apple will revamp the MP to be a module system tied together using TB. Of course, I hope they'll wait until the 100GB TB spec is ratified and in use, otherwise it will be a step backwards. But overall I think it could be a serious improvement for the MP. You buy the "brain" you want (mini ala i3/i5, a middle brain with Desktop i5/i7, and a "pro" brain with 1 or 2 Xeons. The brain would be CPU, RAM, USB, and TB (and perhaps wireless and ethernet). You can buy storage containers and video containers as you need.

    This system would be easily and quickly standardized (commoditized) giving continuing Apple's tight fist of control but letting them spin off the lowest margined, fasting changing areas of video processors and storage.

    I personally think it will work a bit like RED's cameras ushering a new era of embedded and server room technology. You could have a fanless I/O station and/or monitor sitting on your desk with all the fans and heavy lifting equipment isolated somewhere else.

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