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  • ipedro
    Sep 7, 08:46 PM
    I'm calling it now. Apple's new "media center" device will be the iPod itself. I'm thinking that Apple will release a dock well suited for high definition video output to an HD tv.
    People will purchase movies on iTunes, their movies will be transfered to their iPod upon updating and then, they can take their iPod to their TV (or anybody elses) for viewing movies on the large screen.

    Remember.. I called it ;)

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  • Warbrain
    Apr 20, 10:01 AM
    I'm a pretty serious Apple fanatic and I'm willing to scrap my family's iPhones because of this. I know the government can track me anyway by watching my movement across cell towers, but this is a huge affront to privacy.

    If you tie this story to the recent news from Michigan that cops there are able to suck the data off of your phone at a traffic stop, then this is really frightening.

    If this is your biggest worry on people being able to track you...hmph.

    Tinfoil hats are going to be all the rage here soon.

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  • triceretops
    May 3, 11:30 AM
    Who has room for two external displays on a desk that already has a 27" iMac?!

    I do. Probably have room for 3.:D

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  • AlBDamned
    Aug 23, 06:12 PM
    You seem to be unfamiliar with our court system. This case could have dragged on for YEARS, and cost Apple a TON of money--possibly far more than 100 Million.

    Not really. Creative was going broke. This was the best possible outcome for them.

    To Apple it could have made all the sense of a business deal.

    Imagine the lawyers:

    "Ride it out and you may win or you may lose and it'll cost you $200-250 million.

    Pay up now, get Creative on board, don't appear to be the bad guy and close any issues with patents - now and in the future - for $100 million."

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  • powerbook911
    Sep 12, 04:11 PM
    I have the 60 GB 5G. There is no benefit for me to get a 80 GB new one except the extra capacity, correct?

    I mean, I did software update, and it seems great.

    They mention battery life, but music is still 20 hours rated, so I think they only list more battery life because they have the "BRIGHTNESS" setting now! ha-ha. So I think my battery is just as good too?

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  • brepublican
    Sep 5, 03:19 PM
    If I am forced to watch ANY commercials on the iTunes movie downloads, then I'll never use it, ever. Bad enough I spend $10 to go to a theater to have the same mazda zoom zoom zoom/coke and a smile crap every time.
    Took the words right out of my mouth. I dont see Apple going this route, though I do understand that it can represent a substantial stream of revenue. I think that the Media store will simply act to fuel demand for a media device, much like the iTMS - iPod setup, from which Apple doesnt make a lot of money (Music Store)

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  • AlBDamned
    Aug 23, 04:58 PM
    A little-known company, and that was to create it's product. If apple buys one of their largest competitors, that will raise a few eyebrows.

    Largest in a sense but Creative is hardly a competitor. The largest out of 25% is substantial in everyday terms but I think it's safe to assume the MS Zune would have destroyed their market share. And I wouldn't have cared if this lawsuit had flattened creative (as it was due to do before they won the patent filings).

    Creative make feature-filled products but they lack a) finesse and b)the iTunes music store.

    If Creative hadn't won the patent fight they would have already filed for bankruptcy by now.

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  • cmaier
    Nov 14, 12:35 PM
    Boo Hoo Rogue Amoeba. How stupid? Devs need to grow up.

    And we have a winner, ladies an gentleman. The Stupidest Post.

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  • Apple Shmapple
    Sep 12, 04:19 PM
    I have a 30 GB video already, but these new ones look good to me. I think I will have ordered one by the end of the week.

    Why in the name of all that's holy would you replace your current 30 gig with the "new" 30 gig? You'll end up paying $100 for a search function and a slightly brighter screen. Wow.

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  • steve_hill4
    Aug 23, 05:36 PM
    A little-known company, and that was to create it's product. If apple buys one of their largest competitors, that will raise a few eyebrows.
    Think Microsoft strategy here. They settle with Creative for $100 million and Creative join the Made for iPod scheme. If they suceed and get back on their feet, it helps Apple argue they aren't anti-competition, if they fail, Creative fall by the wayside and Apple could perhpas snap them up for a bargain.

    Buy Creative now and thy will not only be accused of anti-competitive behaviour, but probably lose any cases over Fairplay.

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  • winty03
    Mar 22, 01:15 PM
    Come on refresh, just the news I wanted to hear!

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  • kirk26
    Sep 13, 07:49 AM
    This is the first time I've thought about getting an iPod since the 4G.

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  • Renverse
    Apr 28, 05:54 PM
    This thread is so full of uneducated posts, it's really disgusting. You should've known this would happen, MacRumors. These kind of articles really bring out the worst kind of people. All you fanboys should be ashamed of yourselves, really.

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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Aug 23, 05:43 PM
    Ha! Wonder what it was that Apple ripped off from them.

    The iPod UI - as in the categorical listing of Artists, Songs, Playlists, etc. and the submenus thereafter...

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  • ThaDoggg
    Apr 4, 12:20 PM
    Interesting how a security guard is allowed to have a gun. Interesting to see what happens to him.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 8, 01:18 PM
    Ok, my prediction:

    New nano will have to have a new name, or more than 4gb in the low end, otherwise it will be available as part of the get a free ipod campaign... i don't think apple will do that. Reminds me of a certain SNL skit.

    or... mb and mbp will be upgraded to C2D... the rebate clearly lists only core duo systems as eligible. then you won't be able to get any free ipods except with a mac pro

    there you have it

    You're correct. As soon as the new iMacs were released, they were immediately excluded from the free iPod offer. If anyone is hoping that MBP's or MB's are updated to C2D before the 16th so they can get the free iPod from that promotion, it won't happen. If you want the free iPod, you'd better order a MB or MBP before/if they update those systems to C2D. It sucks because I was hoping to take advantage of that promotion when/if the updates happened before the 16th.

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  • AidenShaw
    May 3, 02:16 PM
    I wouldnt worry about kernal panics or incompatibility issues with thunderbolt. Its like any other peripherals, its been heavily tested by apple and as long as other devices meets the requirements for thunderbolt, there will be no issues.

    I *would* worry, for the following reasons:

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  • balamw
    Aug 23, 07:23 PM
    Not that much. Not 100 million smackers.
    As has been mentioned the typical patent litigation is in the $5-$10 M range paid to the attorneys. With the main lawsuit and 5 countersuits they could have made a big dent in that $100M. Even when you have a large legal staff, litigation is usually handled by outside firms that specialize in those kinds of trials. With 32 million iPods sold in 2005 even a $3 licensing fee (~1% on average is not an atypical licensing fee) you'd easily surpass $100M if you were planning to sell iPods for more than 1 more year. A lump sum is preferable.

    There are also less obvious or tangible costs. Uncertainty is never good buyers may shy away from a purchase if they feel there is a potential that the product will soon be abandoned/unavailable. There's also the fact that the discovery process in such lawsuits is often used as a tool to try and pry information out from the other side, such as future product plans, etc. that might well be worth big $ keeping undr wraps. And last but not least is the distraction that such a suit tends to place on the key employees who may be involved in designing a workaround or simply being deposed and directly involved with the trial.


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  • Northgrove
    May 3, 10:25 AM
    Does anything use Thunderbolt yet? Will anything ever?
    I've heard about stuff from Pegasus (storage), Promise (storage), Matrox (video), LaCie (storage).

    Especially Thunderbolt-connected RAID storage quickly popped up.

    And I have no trouble imagining why that would be interesting, haha.

    Apr 22, 11:25 AM
    This might be a attractive buy for me. I hope it Kuo is right on track... now if he could just refine his iPhone 5 predictions..

    Sep 10, 10:06 PM
    Actually, look at the Dell Precision 490 Workstation - going from dual 3.0 (Intel 5160) down to a dual 2.66 (Intel 5150) is $410/processor, or an $820 difference in price. Not Apple pushing that one.

    I'm guessing any 8-core machine will initially be a top-entry (ala "fastest") if it is introduced too soon, and not affect the whole lineup. Otherwise I will have more trouble convincing myself to buy the dual 3.0 now :). That Mac + iPod promo ends this week!I agree. It will probably cost about $4k. And I think it's conservative to guess it won't be here before Leopard since Leopard will probably be able to deal with all those cores a lot better than Tiger ever will. So unless you are prepared for another 6-8 month wait, you should go ahead and pull the trigger now. I need you to help drive up the demand for that expensive RAM now please. ;)

    Small White Car
    Apr 25, 01:17 PM
    Oh boo hoo. No new case since 2008?

    We Mac-Pro user are so very sad for you.

    Apr 11, 07:35 AM
    They'll change the key and force a firmware update on any airport express user who wants to update itunes.

    Probably workin' 24/7 on it as we speak... I hope Apple finally stops being Sue Zombie, and realizes the advantages to the consumer for this.

    Apple, go back to the logic that made you what you are - make products for the consumer's hearts & thoughts!

    Apr 19, 02:45 PM
    They have plenty of patents. It wasn't until the 90s that the patent madness really started with software. Google is also leading the bidding for a large portfolio of mobile patents to protect them against Apple and Microsoft.

    Google has more copyrights than patents. However, they are still to cheap to buy most copyrights if they can get away with it. They are illegally scanning all books and photos to feed their hungry "big brother" search engines.

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