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  • lgutie20
    May 4, 09:41 AM
    To chose a 4G phone over an iPhone in 2011 is a poor choice and the result of marketing and nothing more. Unless you live in spot with great 4G service and never plan to leave the house, you won't see average speeds any faster than an AT&T iPhone. Not to mention your web browser won't render pages half as fast as Safari, so speed differences are utterly negated.

    Plus the fact that few countries have 4G networks. Apple cares about selling worldwide and many markets aren't ready for that




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  • Steelers7510
    Apr 14, 07:25 AM
    I kind of feel like they are releasing this now so that they have something to hold everyone over for the iPhone 5. It is possible that Apple is going to release the iPhone 5 late in the year or early 2012 so the next one can be LTE. We all know how Apple likes to take there time adopting new technology. *cough* no 3g in 1st gen iPhone *cough* ;)




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  • dXTC
    Mar 1, 12:55 PM
    Hot Shots: Part Deux Deux



    Thread over; eawmp1 gets +1 internets.

    (In other words, I must admit I snickered at this.)




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  • jeromem75
    Apr 24, 04:44 AM
    Apparently it has an A5 chip in it.




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  • Stetrain
    Apr 17, 01:58 AM
    Hmmm, lots of people seem to assume that "Universal iOS+Mac Apps" means running an iPhone app in a window/emulator on your Mac.

    That's not what I meant at all.

    Look at Universal iPhone/iPad apps. Same app by the same developer but it presents a different interface for different devices. It also means that buying the app once lets you use it on multiple types of device. Why not let developers do the same thing with Mac apps? Many probably wouldn't want to but it wouldn't hurt to have the option.

    Buy X-Twitter-App for $4.99 and you get it on iPhone, iPad, and your Mac!

    You aren't running an app with an iOS interface on your Mac, you're running an app with an interface built for running on a Mac.




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  • millerb7
    May 4, 07:07 AM
    pfft, this should not be front page news, hell not even second page... just a bunch of hearsay from a CR that knows nothing about it and speculates BS.

    A rumor... imagine that.




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  • peapody
    Sep 13, 06:33 PM
    ^^^The food's pretty good. I was never disappointed.




    Nice edit.:D


    Tried to be good to the mods to reduce their headache. haha..but alas a purchase is a purchase.




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  • Happybunny
    Oct 23, 10:59 AM
    The new MacBook Air, 11.6'' base model. Going to New York during christmas and will buy there the new Air. Here in The Netherlands it costs 1000 euro, in the USA it's around 700 euro (converted dollar - euro). Difference of 300 euro!

    That's what I did in 2008 when the Original Mac Book Air came out, it saved at the time more than �450.:)




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  • Porchland
    Aug 15, 03:30 PM
    What's the next logical step in a computer interface? I used to say "Computer, show me the money" to open Quicken back in pre-OS X days. More of a gimmick than anything else, but imagine if the Finder and maybe even other apps became "speakable."

    Me: "Check mail"

    Computer: "You have nine new messages. Would you like me to read them?"

    Me: "No, thanks."

    (clicks on an email, reads message)

    Me: "Reply to this message"

    Computer: "Type or speak?

    Me: "Type"

    type-type-type

    Me: "Computer, I'd like to add a photo of the kids to this email."

    Computer: "iphoto has 6,813 pictures of the kids, which one would you like?"

    Me: "One from the birthday party last week."

    Computer: (a strip from iphoto appears) "Here are 23 from last week. I've highlighted the one where your wife fixed the red eye. Is that the one you want?"

    Me: "Yes, that will be fine."

    Computer adds the picture to stationery in the email, other pictures go away.

    Me: "Send the email"

    Me: "...and order me a pizza."

    This kind of thing can't be too far off. A 75 mhz Performa could do it in a rudimentary way. Imagine what a modern Mac may be able to do. "Speakeasy" has a nice ring to it.

    I want mine to use the old-school Mac voice that Radiohead used in "Fitter Happier."




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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 12:27 AM
    So many people just love to see every issue from the Apple perspective. There are people who get paid for that. Should not you - as a consumer - care more about the gadget you want than Apple success?

    You enjoy seeing every issue from the perspective of someone who wants Apple to fail.

    Apple cares very deeply about their product, which is why they don't give in to every spec junkie who demands the latest and greatest immediately. The current chips don't give a usable battery life in Apple's eyes. If you want to get a phone that eats batteries that's your business, but Apple doesn't have an interest in developing anything like that.


    Apple does not have to use two chips. They could just design separate phone for Verizon (just like iPhone 4) which does not support GSM. Not ideal but that's where technology is today. At least Verizon customers could enjoy iPhone 5 with LTE.

    They would still have to use two chips as I understand it: one to support CDMA and then the other to support LTE.




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  • nobunaga209
    Jan 29, 11:44 PM
    Gorgeous bike! Be careful!

    Thx and def will do!

    That is sick. I want one so bad but my folks are being difficult. I am allowed to have one I just cant park it anywhere on their property and seeing as I still live in their house that makes it tough to own one.

    Man that's a bummer dude but hopefully it'll turn around; maybe a U-Store it??




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  • zenvision
    Oct 24, 08:37 AM
    as others have mentioned, i'm a little surprised that only the 17inch model has a 7200rpm drive option. i'm going to check with apple directly to see if i can get a custom 15inch with a 7200 drive. my audio apps don't work well with the anything slower.

    having said that, the ram, fw800 and dual layer burner are a nice addition

    i was wondering about the 5400/7200 issue as well, especially as ill be doing a lot of audio and graphics work on my 15"...do you really think it'll make that much of a difference save a few seconds?




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  • Collin973
    Jul 25, 08:23 AM
    I'd love one of these. Perfect! No cords, mighty mouse design, which is awesome, and i've always wished they'd make one of these. I can't wait to order one when their out. They'll compliment my mbp nicely :D




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  • reflex
    Oct 24, 07:54 AM
    Wonderful update. I hope the 160GB upgrade isn't too expensive, but 1GB standard and starting at 120GB are more than I expected or even hoped for.

    I was also still doubting if I should get a MB or MBP, but that question has been settled today.




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  • MacinDoc
    Apr 13, 08:02 PM
    I would pay cash money to know how this sold relative to gender.
    Well, with a sample size of 2, my wife bought a white iP3G and I bought a black one...




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  • VanNess
    Jul 28, 01:09 PM
    Had Apple licensed FP a year ago like a lot of people were begging... they probably would have had to license it to MS.



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  • lordonuthin
    Oct 20, 10:01 PM
    check out this thread (http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?t=10697). near the bottom it says about a new binary

    I was looking at that and the link just gives me a whole bunch of binary text crap. I'm not sure what to do with that.




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  • Mobius 1
    May 3, 08:01 AM
    is the GPU good for gaming like Ported BO, Portal and intel cider SWBF?


    and MINECRAFT. is it good?


    going 2 get a new mac




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  • dkoralek
    Oct 24, 09:03 AM
    The MacBook Pro isn't the only model to get attention today. The iMac is now available with a 750 GB hard drive, for $200 more than the 500 GB drive. Good news for storing DVDs or high-def programs.

    The Mac Pro also has 750GB options (for bays 2 - 4 there are now options for 500GB or 750GB).

    Cheers.




    budafied
    May 3, 07:58 AM
    I hope I'm not the only one disappointed that you see an i7 in 3 out of the 4 MBPs, but i7 is only available for an extra $180 in the iMac.

    The i5 2400 costs $150 @ MicroCenter, and that's the processor they use in the $2000 iMac!!! This is why people say Macs are overpriced (and they most certainly are). That having been said, I'll be buying an MBA or MBP 13 soon enough.




    Evangelion
    Jul 25, 11:50 AM
    Then good for him, but if he's that much of a power user, he's looking at a redesign of the PowerMac case, not a mini-tower.

    Maybe it's a re-design of the PM. Hell, I have talked of such a system on these forums before, and in that case I talked it as a cheap version of MacPro.

    Yeah, lots of gamers. But they aren't going to buy Macs anyway are they?

    There are others who want such a system besides gamers. Or are you saying that only gamers buy PowerMacs?

    You want a huge selection of models, each one suited to your particular needs?

    No, what makes you think that? Apple currently has two lines of laptops, one for coneumers, one for professionals. Apple has three desktop-lines available: two for consumers, one for professionals. Would having a second pro-model really mean that there is "huge selection of models"?

    Apple tried the multiple models approach back in the 90s and nearly went bankrupt as a result.

    Go check history. Back in the nineties, Apple offered zillion different models, with very little differentiation between them (I believe there were some differences in the software, but that's it). In this case there would still be relatively few models available, and each of them would be substantially different from each other. Mac Mini and iMac are substantially different from each other. And MacPro and MacPro Mini would also be significantly different. If Apple wants to expand it's market-share, they will need more models than the current ones.

    You may as well throw these criticisms at laptops. However, they sell. Apple mini-towers traditionally don't.

    Maybe they don't sell, because Apple hasn't had any?

    But obviously not enough from the studies Apple have conducted, otherwise where is it?

    Coming up maybe?

    Just showing how the iMac does have "desirability" for hundreds of thousands of real buyers, something some posters here seem to refute.

    Apple does sell lots of systems. Does that mean that things and products are perfect and they couldn't do anything better? No it does not. Apple has expanded their product-line in the past (Mac Mini for example), why not do it this time?

    But only SOME of you.

    And iMac is only ideal for some of you. So what's your point?

    Why aren't Apple releasing a mini-tower?

    Maybe they are. Before Apple released the Mini, people were asking "Why doesn't Apple release an inexpensive Mac?". And people like you were saying "Apple is doing well, they know what they are doing, there is no need for cheap Mac".

    As for two Mac minis, the case would have to be a standard depth to fit standard parts, otherwise we're back in the realm of special Mac versions of hardware.

    Of course, and two Mac Mini's is more than enough (note: I talked of desk real-estate, not the volume). On the PC-side there are small cases (from Shuttle for example) that are quite small, but they still accept standard components.

    MacPro might be a lot smaller, fitting your requirements much closer whilst keeping Apple's range in check.

    Maybe, but it would propably be quite expensive. Currently there is a hole in Apple's product-lineup. Some people want a computer in the $1000+-range. What does Apple have to offer there? The iMac. But there are people who don't want an all-in-one.

    What about companies? My employer uses lots of desktops, and Apple simply does not have a system that would be suitable. We want a desktop that could be expanded and fixed onsite by the IT-staff if needed. So we have three choices: iMac, Mac Mini and PowerMac. iMac is not expandable and it's hard to service. Mac Mini is not expandable either. PowerMac is, but it's WAY too expensive, and too big. And I bet my employer is not alone here.




    gnasher729
    Dec 2, 10:19 AM
    i don't understand why everyone is ignoring this guys' post. i'm not a computer engineer, so can someone with the right knowledge explain this a bit more? is it really adware or just a bug? :)

    I'll try to explain this: Someone can create a Disk Image File that is intentionally corrupt. They can put it on a webpage from where you could download it, and if you do that, Safari will try to mount the disk image file and then Things Go Wrong. But nothing at all can happen if you don't visit that webpage.

    Now Apple can't do anything about that corrupted Disk Image File. The best that Apple can do is try to mount it, figure out that it is corrupted, and tell you that it is corrupted. This is what should have happened, it didn't happen, and that is a bug that Apple should fix. The question is: What damage can happen?

    In this case, it has been examined, and the result is that there will be a Kernel Panic. That means your Macintosh will crash. Nothing else can possibly happen, the only possible result is a Kernel Panic. Sounds bad, but all that happens is that you have to restart your computer. About the same as if I unplugged the power cable of your Macintosh. The same thing will happen again if you try to mount the disk image again, or if you go to the same wegpage again. But you wouldn't do that, right? And if you visit the webpage again, you will learn quickly not to do that, right?

    The important thing is, there is no security risk. Nobody can use this to install a virus or adware on your computer. They can use it to crash your computer - once if you are clever, twice if you are not quite so clever, but not more often. They can't do anything but crash the computer.




    a.gomez
    Apr 29, 11:37 PM
    fantastic!... I already bought an album so I could get the free 20 Gig Amazon Cloud player for a year




    jessica.
    May 1, 10:03 PM
    Agreed, I don't think this will stop or slow anything. Knowing he is dead though is a good thing.



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