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  • jpcanaverde
    Apr 5, 02:45 PM
    Maybe now Apple realizes that they must allow some things on their devices like themes. Or not...





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  • Frobozz
    Aug 7, 04:33 PM
    Core 2 Duo (Merom/Conroe) was conspicuosly absent from this Keynote.

    I too hope when the consumer lineup gets Core 2 Duo that they'll fill this gap with either a high end consumer machine or a low end pro.

    B

    It's pretty obvious what they'll be doing now. Core 2 Duo iMacs, Merom MacBook Pro's, MacBook and Mac mini stay the same.





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  • Steve121178
    May 6, 05:48 AM
    Windows 8 being available on ARM platforms would make this move, albeit a bold one, pretty viable.

    Windows 8 will also run on Tablet PC's, hence the ARM support. ARM chips will not find their way into laptop & desktop PC's.





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  • ~Shard~
    Aug 12, 09:11 AM
    So you think Penryn pairs may be the 4 core mobile solution in 2008?

    Possibly, although if Intel keeps moving along is may more likely end up being Penryn's successor. ;) ;cool:





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  • Gatorman
    Aug 11, 10:07 AM
    Wait a second...if they release it in Paris, won't it no longer qualify for the free ipod?!? :(


    BINGO! :D

    Well, due to my disappointment that they didn't release it at WWDC, I can't stand the waiting anymore so I've decided to go into suspended animation until they release the MBP in the next few weeks. Somebody make sure to wake me when its time to open up my wallet! :rolleyes:





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  • ChickenSwartz
    Aug 3, 10:11 AM
    Um, surely you're not that silly.

    He was giving a "SteveQuote" similar to the one from WWDC '05 along the lines of "Oh by the way if you look up here you'll see this whole presentation is running on Intel processors."


    I was confused as well.

    Funny, I like.





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  • AforAndromeda
    Nov 12, 11:10 AM
    I've never heard of this company -- are they reputable, does anyone know? I've heard all sorts of stories abut these types of things being spyware or some such, don't want to pollute my Mac with any of that garbage!

    Just a quick message.
    I am not connected with Sophos in any way. Really.:) .....

    It may be that many people outside of the UK have not heard of them.
    'Largeist' firm, and well established. Lots of integrity and their Tech bullitins/blogs are quite helpful.

    I've used Sophos from the 90's. It was one of the first to give a free monthly trial that worked on NT3.5.
    I noticed that it's location was near me in the UK.

    For me, it is particularly useful for network administrators as the deployment is graphically useful and easy. Their tech support is quick to answer by phone.

    Even now as a mainly home user with 3 PC computers, Ive had 15 good experiences of incidences of asking questions/emails and dealing with samples.

    I've even questioned twice in 7 years with them whether a 'true' a/v package is worthwhile on a Mac.


    Don't take my word for it.
    Check the last 20 years...
    Interesting..

    Especially some comparisons with Norton...


    cheers:cool:





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  • Zimmy68
    Apr 20, 07:44 AM
    Happy it is coming this year, that way the real update, iPhone6 can be released next year.
    I'm as pleased as punch with my iPhone4, no need to upgrade until the geniuses at Apple open a book learn about a little thing called 4G speeds.





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  • strider42
    Apr 18, 03:51 PM
    They have patents but they HAVE to pursue infringers or they can lose the rights to the patents. That's why you see so many patent lawsuits. Unfortunately, that's just how the system works (in very basic terms).

    You're thinking of trademark law. Patents are awarded for a specific period of time. You can't lose them just because you don't defend them. You can sue at any time.

    Its only trademarks that you have to protect in order to keep them.

    You see so many patent lawsuits because there's money in it and to stifle competition. There is no other reason.





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  • orbino
    Sep 11, 03:26 PM
    The assumption is for new Nanos and new 5G videos with more capacity...but nobody has conjectured on the form factors for these. Same thickness? Same sized screens? For what it's worth, we might have some circumstantial evidence in this arena...

    Some of you might be familiar with our high-end, form-fitting iPod cases (Orbino (http://www.orbino.com)). Our cases are precisely fit for each model, so every millimeter counts.

    Well...a couple weeks ago, the iPod marketing manager for Apple in Europe contacted us requesting samples for a press presentation "long lead time" consumer magazines. They were presenting the top iPod accessories for Christmas-related articles.

    She asked us for three leather case models for the presenation: our Cambio case for the current iPod video; and our Sportivo and Cambio models for the iPod Nano. One would assume, therefore, that the form factors will remain virtually the same -- otherwise, why would Apple have asked us for those cases to present to the press for the Christmas season?

    But then again with Apple, you never know!





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  • amols
    Aug 4, 01:34 PM
    1 - I don't know what overheating you talk about, apart from some cases that have been dealt with under AppleCare;

    2 - Apple has probably the best battery life of the industry for such a notebook range...and no, don't tell me about 10" microbooks;

    3 - the SD thing is due to the thin enclosure, a clear design paradigm at Apple...nothing else.

    1. If you check Apple's knowledge database or the manual that come with MBP, it actually says not to put this laptop on top of your lap, or it'll cause discomfort and potentially a burn with prolonged use. Now that's a new thing for a Powerbook or iBook user. Almost all the reviews of MBP state one con throughout, and thats the heat it dissipates. I own a MBP 2.16 Ghz and let me tell you it is very uncomforting to keep this on lap even through the clothing. Forget about using it in shorts unless you are in Alaska.

    2. Less than three hours is not outstanding when you compare MBP to its predecessor and not PC notebooks.

    3. The 17" MBP is as thin as 15.4". Why does it have faster D/L SD ??





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  • mdriftmeyer
    Apr 23, 07:30 PM
    Resolution independence will not stop images from getting bigger. Unless you are dealing with vector art, scaling an image up will decrease quality. Resolution independence will be a function of taking the biggest image that might be used and scaling it down.

    Even with vector art, you lose some image quality with scaling. You can't create new detail.

    That's not Resolution Independence. Resolution Independence is a completely Vector based Drawing Model that post renders to bitmaps based upon the PPI of the screen and the resolution set by the operating system. Every object on the screen is a vector and when scaled up and down will lose no resolution. The buffers for rendering offloaded to the streams/cores of the GPU(GPUs) need to have enough performance to show it is seamless to the naked eye before it's released. That requires OpenGL 3.x/4.x across the entire System with OpenCL 1.1 optimized throughout the OS.





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  • guzhogi
    Mar 31, 08:58 AM
    By separating Server from Lion client, I believe Apple will now pursue the Microsoft line of OS marketing...

    We'll have Lion Home Premium (no Server) plus Lion Professional (with Server) and also you can buy Lion Ultimate (32 or 64 bit with or without Server and a new disk encryption facility)

    Users of Snow Leopard will be able to upgrade to Lion Home Premium and/or Lion Profession without moving data, unless the data needs to be encrypted by copying to a Lion Ultimate (32 bit only edition) via the 64 bit Lion Home Premium or Professional without passwords and/or data...

    Microsoft - Making things Simple�

    In every release of Mac OS X, there have been a separate client & server editions, so this is nothing new. Not sure why Apple bundled the 2 together for preview 1.





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 15, 05:20 PM
    Agreed at the latest. Gotta have the easy access HD bay like the MacBook or I will not adopt. :D





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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.





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  • aohus
    Apr 18, 05:23 PM
    LG should sue all Mobile Phone Hardware Makers for using capacitive displays on their phones. LG was the first to do it. SUE EM ALL!

    To Apple, please don't bite the hand that feeds you (Samsung fabbed your A5 chip, flash memory)





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  • MikhailT
    May 7, 03:17 PM
    Not sure what you guys think about this, but I think it would make sense on the iPhone if they somehow integrate iAds into it... otherwise I'm not sure why they would take a $99 service and make it free.

    Because they aren't making any money off it now and making it free with iAds built in could bring in more profit for them?

    It's the same reason Google can afford gmail with 8GB of storage for tens of millions of accounts.

    Apple could make a bit of a profit integrating iWork/MobileMe/Lala along with iAds.





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  • jnc
    May 8, 04:55 AM
    It's naive to assume that Apple won't use MobileMe data in the future to serve you ads.

    the moment I see an ad on mobileme is the moment i stop using it.... it's a "perk"



    Given the [lack of acceptable] performance of the current service, all of these things are just going to be painful to use. If they can devote some more bandwidth to them, I could see it being a hit.

    http://www.macrumors.com/2010/02/22/aerial-footage-of-apples-north-carolina-data-center/ maybe?





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  • citizenzen
    Apr 15, 08:11 PM
    You seemed to have missed it.

    I didn't miss it, you did. here, I'll bold it, underline it and put it in red so it's easier for you to catch ...

    I am primarily focused on making money through the time decay of the options. So, please, tell me how I am effecting the economy and please be specific.


    Then I'll refer to the definition so you might know what that word means ...

    pri�ma�ri�ly (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/primarily)   �adverb

    1. essentially; mostly; chiefly; principally


    Then I'll give you an example that demonstrates a different perspective on wealth ...

    I am a graphic designer. My primary focus is on creating print and web solutions for my clients. While I do get paid, money is neither the source of my production and creativity, nor the material with which I work. It is a by-product of my labors, not the sole focus of them.

    Thus I have a different perspective on money and wealth than itcheroni.

    I hope that clarifies that for you.





    thogs_cave
    Aug 11, 09:36 PM
    well, i know there was some marginal increase in processing speed but i'm talking about actually running 64bit programs. i thought you need alot more horsepower to run 64bit programs than whats currently offered... maybe i was just tired and totally misread an article a couple of weeks ago.

    Actually, no. Remember, 64-bit is only new to the consumer stuff. I've been running 64-bit UNIX applications for over 8 years. 64-bit UNIX has been around even longer than that. It's not a matter of "horsepower" (by today's standards, a 167MHz UltraSPARC I is kinda slow...), but of the usefulness of a 64-bit address space, not only for real memory, but for virtual. As well as higher precision, etc. (Assuming the CPU is true 64-bit and not limited by a smaller external address bus.)

    Hmmm... There's actually a good entry on it in Wikipedia:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/64-bit

    That might help you some more.





    Erwin-Br
    Apr 26, 02:20 PM
    Some will be bothered about IOS not being the most dominant. I personally don't care, I just want the best mobile OS.

    You'll care when the majority of developers will jump to Android because it has more users. Why do you think most people still use Windows? Because it has more software. Once you get behind, it's tough to keep up. Look at Windows Phone 7. They have to pull really hard to get some developers to build apps for them.

    I have to say I'm impressed how Google managed to get this off the ground so fast. Microsoft is still struggling, and they have a pool of traditional .Net developers behind them to potentially build apps for their mobile platform.





    MonkeySee....
    Apr 26, 03:14 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    Dumb stats that are irrelevant. I haven't read the whole thread but I assume some has done a comparison of iPhone vs htc. Any other stats are irrelevant





    DakotaGuy
    May 6, 12:10 AM
    Moving away from Intel in their notebooks and desktops would be a HUGE mistake in my opinion. Intel is the big dog and they have the resources to keep innovating. I guess if they plan on making everything iOS then it makes a little more sense, but for true blue OSX machines Intel has the muscle.





    Mac'nCheese
    Apr 9, 08:43 PM
    The lack of proper notation makes the equation ambiguous. 100% of Elementary School teachers should agree.

    No it doesn't. It is perfectly noted and not ambiguous at all. Feel free to ask any teacher, what do you think is missing from the equation? Btw, what are basing your 100% figure on? Have u asked even one?



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