Sunday, July 24, 2011

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  • caspersoong
    Apr 15, 02:44 AM
    This is most unfortunate. Now that TB is a reality, it would be far better if Intel just kills USB 3.0 completely as fast as possible. There is absolutely no advantage whatsoever in having USB survive past 2.0 at this point. With 3.0 barely entering the market, there is no value in letting it get a foothold. It is pathetically obsolete compared to TB.
    What is with the comments about wanting USB 3.0 on Macs? What a huge waste of time and money - you should be wanting TB on more peripherals. Even if Intel is going to be dumb enough to keep USB 3.0 around, hopefully Apple will hold the line and refuse to put it in Macs. With Apple's resurgent strength in the computer market while everyone else is tanking, that would be enough incentive to get the peripheral makers to adopt TB.

    I must say I completely agree. We should stop looking at the past and move on.

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  • Danksi
    Sep 26, 11:18 AM
    O2 has nothing to do with Orange. They're completely seperate companies with different parent companies. I believe Orange are owned by France telecom, where as O2 are owned by Telefonica.


    Correct. My ex-colleagues are learning Spanish! :D

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  • ChazUK
    Mar 29, 11:53 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.3.3; en-gb; Blade Build/FRG83) AppleWebKit/533.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/533.1)

    It'll be interesting to see what the Nokia deal will do for MSFT. As things stand now I can't see this happening but you never know.

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  • BornAgainMac
    Sep 26, 09:01 AM
    I wonder when exactly this Vista phone will come out.

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  • aafuss1
    Sep 1, 03:45 PM
    Blu-ray in a laptop can be done, as Sony did with the AR Vaio (but more expensive, here $5400 in Australia), but probably for Mac Pro and MBP 17".

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  • berkleeboy210
    Sep 1, 06:32 PM
    Toshiba just announced a newer Gigabeat, based on the success of the Gigabeat S. the Gigabeat V is more designed for video, and is now available for pre-order on Amazon for $399. Release date Oct. 14

    Hopefully the new iPod will be out by this time frame as well.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 22, 08:55 AM
    I do not think that is the plan. I believe the service will allow you to download your songs as well. It just gives you the option to go to the cloud if / when needed.

    Exactly how I see it. An easy way to get at your media from devices like an iPhone or iPad when you're away from your main computer... Stream it, or download and keep local.

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  • slackpacker
    Apr 4, 12:38 PM
    Obey the law or you may get shot. Rule #1

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  • Scottsdale
    Mar 22, 01:42 PM
    Please bring back the 24"! 21" - too small. 27" - too big. 24" - just right!

    I'm sticking with my 24" Core2Duo until a new 24" model is released.

    I actually read somewhere that due to the way LCD panels are manufactured that there are various sizes that can be cut. Supposedly Apple is wasting several inches of panel by having an off size. I think it's possible that the 24" might just make its way back into the lineup as the new low end iMac. However, I think we would hear rumors of that ahead of time. Maybe with the next design change. I think 2012 will be a big year for the return of the Mac. There are rumors of MBP changes, and it seems like Apple could cut down the size of the "chin" and make the iMac look like the 27" LED ACD with just display showing from the front.

    Anyways, I have a 27" LED ACD, and from my experience it's too big. I really love the size of it but it's a double edged sword. I found that the 24" was just right, but I would prefer the resolution of the 27" only in 16:10 format in the 24" ACD. I think Apple needs to also go for a 30" for the professionals out there that want bigger. I think a consumer perfect size is probably 24" while pros might want 30" or even larger. I am with you in wanting some better sizes in both iMacs and the ACDs with them. I do find it odd that the only size ACD is 27" while that's bigger and more expensive than most consumers care for, and Apple is all about consumers now.

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  • gauriemma
    Sep 12, 02:22 PM
    where did the student pricing go? i guess there was an overall drop, but I was hoping to use my discount one more time before graduating

    The new 'pod pricing seems to be at the old Education Store levels anyway. So basically they got rid of it for students and gave it to everyone.

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  • holycat
    Sep 14, 08:21 AM
    New version of Aperture!.. Saweeet

    or more likely a new Apple iSLR

    16 Megapixels
    full frame sensor
    Adaptive lens mount supports all Canon and Nikon Lenses
    60gb removeable 1.8" hard drive
    3" OLED screen
    Shoots in a new Apple RAW format
    eye tracking for focus
    Spot metering
    1/8000 shutter with 150,000 shutter life
    Full weather sealing
    Magnesium body
    6fps (up to 25 raw frames)
    Depth of Field Preview
    Pop up flash
    802.11 Wifi
    GPS built in
    Optional Battery Grip
    Scrollwheel navigation for menu system
    Apple iScreen Digital Image processor
    64 Segment Metering and Spot Metering
    Supports Compact Flash

    if this is the case...i would rob the buy that new iCamera!:D :D :D :D :D :D

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  • kevin.rivers
    Jul 14, 12:32 PM
    What? You said the word Merom but didn't include a link to the guide? :p

    Well anyways, if Apple could get Conroes into iMacs it would be great. A challenge I know (and I still personally think it is more likely to be a Merom iMac) but it would help to be that little bit more competitive. The rest is pretty much predictable, Merom for MBPs and eventually MacBooks and Mac Minis. Woodcrest for Mac Pro and MacServe (Macs in everything right ;) ). iMac's future is a big ?.

    If you notice. Nowhere on the Apple store does it say "Yonah". It says Core Duo.

    So all Apple has to do is say Core 2 Duo. There will be no "Merom" or "Conroe" differentation.

    Besides I would rather have a Merom. It requires less power, which makes it run cooler, which makes it more effecient. Heat kills performance.

    It is very likely that in the same box (iMac), that the the Merom will beat out the Conroe. Why? Because of heat.

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  • AndroidfoLife
    Mar 29, 03:07 PM
    I predict that in 2015, iOS handset users will still have the highest customer satisfaction and that Apple will be walking away with the lion's share of the smartphone industry's profits.

    Meaning there will be more grumpy non-iPhone users and more grumpy HTC/Nokia/Samsung/Motorola/LG shareholders.

    Highly doubtful the other companies and react to growing customer needs faster then apple can. I think in 2015 windows phone 7 could have a good run. Depends on some factors. One of which is RIM. If RIM slips a little more its enterprise clients will jump right to WP 7. As an android lover I know it is not ready for Enterprise and iOS is seen to be more of a novalty smart phone by the greater tech world. I am not going to lie a Blackberry bold 9700 looks like the real deal when it comes to getting work done on your cell phone. Everything else looks like a toy in comparison.

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  • Unspeaked
    Sep 19, 02:18 PM
    NI am, however, starting to see why they allowed a sneak preview of iTV. Look how many of us are saying "I can't wait for iTV!" now that we've had some time to experiment with iTunes movie downloads!

    Yes, we're all looking forward to a product to come out in 3 or 4 months that will actually make the product they released last week bearable!


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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 25, 01:27 AM
    I really don't think it is necessary to call me or any member of my family "pathetic." There's nothing wrong with manipulating the system to your advantage, if you do it for a valid purpose (such as teaching a crappy driver a lesson).


    no I am going to say it is pathetic and proves that the system is clearly broken.

    Ethically your mom and your family is in the wrong and clearly your mom is not teaching you good ethics.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 14, 08:19 AM
    Is there any chance that they'll release the MBPs here?

    I hope so, at the latest. Though I'm hoping more for this tuesday the 19th, sort of how apple released the iMacs a week before their "It's Showtime" event--keep everything staggered by a week or so.

    But Photokina seems like a good opportunity to, if not announce publicly, at least silent update them.

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  • eye
    Mar 23, 05:06 PM
    I'm simultaneously amused and saddened by the number of people who believe that drunk driving is a constitutionally protected right.
    Hope you never have to see the results of the 'patriots' who would have a use for this and then kill innocent people.
    This app enables murder. Rationalize all you want.

    Pretty sure nobody came close to saying anything of the sort, so it's all good.

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  • MacFly123
    Nov 13, 04:40 PM
    Why does Apple think it's okay to continually alienate and turn away developers?? :confused: Why do fanboys continue to excuse such incidences? Why aren't people SICK of this kind of behavior from Apple? :mad:

    I think there have been some instances where I understand Apple's side of things. But yes, I realize the process really needs to be refined and clear cut. This specific case is very disappointing and Apple needs to apologize and really work things out with them! Apple needs to take strong measures to ensure that they protect the immensely powerful platform they have going for the future!

    Go Phil and Eddie, go!

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  • MacMan86
    Apr 13, 04:11 AM
    Actually, he is right. The two use different protocols when streaming. The video portion of AirPlay is done differently and does not require the private key. It just employs setting up a "server" whenever its being utilized. I have it set up on XBMC, and it works just as it would on an AppleTV.

    The audio portion, that requires the key, has finally brought it full-circle. Can't wait to have it on my XBMC box.

    I never said the audio and the video didn't work differently, what I said was AirTunes no longer exists. AirPlay contains what was AirTunes. Apple no longer use the label 'AirTunes' anywhere. only talks about AirPlay for instance. The iTunes streaming button is now called AirPlay too.

    AirPlay video simply sends a URL to the video resource to the other device, and the other device plays the file at the URL which is served by the host. AirPlay audio uses the RAOP protocol.

    There isn't a misprint in the article title as the poster claimed - the AirTunes moniker doesn't exist anymore

    Sep 5, 05:26 PM
    my predictions for the 12

    Video airport express with 8021n
    Aiport Basestation 8021n
    6 and 10 gig nanos
    23 inch imac
    maybe 120 gig ipod video
    Disney movies for download with all of pixar movies being availble at launch and special preorder for cars

    one more thing.... new mac core 2 duo versions of both macbooks and mac mini

    Sep 5, 08:24 AM
    Apple also lets us rip CD's in iTunes, listen to podcasts and most of us already have a VCR or DVR, recording TV-shows is just an extra option to put it on an iPod and thats way more important than those few dollars they make on a show.

    Don't hope for a $300 media-center, a PC media-center cost's between $1000 en $2000 so a $600-$800 "Mini Media" with a bigger HD and extra Front Row functionality will fit the bill perfectly.

    Apr 23, 02:18 PM
    backlit keyboard on it and i am in. Perfect form factor and feature set for what i do all day every day. And less weight in my bag

    currently have the 13 mbp and would love to get a mba to lighten my load.


    Mar 23, 07:14 PM
    God save us from the nanny state.

    Jul 14, 11:31 AM
    There is no connection , just ignorant people who can't handle the fact that someone just saved alot of money buying a lower end cpu and overclocking it to a point where it stomps their $999 cpu.

    Yeah I can't handle it... :cool:

    I have overclocked. My point is that someone buying a Professional Workstation and trying to overclock it is childish.

    If you want to overclock, head over to newegg and buy some parts and do it.

    Also, overclocking take a lot of work. And most don't take the time to do it right. They pop it in, rail up the multi and/or fsb and say "oh, look at me, I overclocked to 3.0Ghz!"

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