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  • Elijahg
    Apr 23, 07:09 PM
    No one is saying photos should be changed to vector based art. Looking at my dock right now, nothing is a photo, it's all cartoony images that when converted to vector art (something again, KDE did 10 years ago) isn't much bigger than JPEGs or PNGs when saved as SVG.

    They use a lot more CPU time to process though. A JPG can be quickly converted to a bitmap and sent off to the GPU, a vector image has to be rendered before conversion to bitmap. Just imagine moving your mouse over the Dock with magnification on, each icon would need to be re-rendered for every time the mouse moved one pixel. With bitmaps, it's all done by the GPU. When there're hundreds of icons on display at once, that will probably become quite CPU intensive. I'm not surprised KDE supported it, it's open source, and we all know Linux is the king of feature creep.

    You said yourself that wallpapers should be vector graphics. And by that, I presumed you meant the background in the subject of the thread. Safari supports SVG, but imo, it's not really a big thing that there's no support for it as a wallpaper. It's not the first thing people think of when they list Snow Leopard's shortcomings :P

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  • Chundles
    Aug 3, 12:36 AM
    You gonna call them liars?

    Yeah, why not. They're liars.

    And the Core 2 processor is a bad processor, it's got "2" in the name and sequels always suck.

    To be honest MM, time you took a chill pill and had a nice lie-down.

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  • rmwebs
    Apr 21, 03:56 PM
    Funny to see you are basing a $4000 computer purchase on a $79 piece of crap-KEA furniture - LOL. I'm with you on Yea Apple!

    Nothing wrong with a good ol' bit of Ikea long as you stick with the higher quality (I.E non particle board) stuff they are decent...minus the assembly instructions...they should be burnt!

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  • Eldiablojoe
    May 6, 01:56 PM
    I would prefer not to be separated from my beloved wife. I don't really trust some of you who possess less than honorable intentions.

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  • hyperpasta
    Aug 2, 10:58 AM
    I like this guy. He's being reasonable. However, I'd bet that Apple does NOT update any other Macs to Core 2. Yet. Save that for Expo Paris.

    You see, Apple always wants to make sure that everyone knows exactly what's in the spotlight at any given time. Right now it's the MacBook and Wireless Mighty Mouse. Before that it was the Mac mini and the iPod Hi-Fi. Before that, the MacBook Pro and iMac. Before that, the iPod nano/video.

    Apple isn't going to all of a sudden roll out an OS preview, three new computers, and a new iPod.

    EDIT: And oh yeah. Apple is also not going to roll out two iPods and a phone for the holiday season. I have my money on MWSF for the phone.

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  • kev0476
    Jul 30, 12:52 AM
    That is pure, Apple style right there. Of course, I don't picture this phone being a flip phones. I believe (and hope) flip phones are on their way out. They were a fad, but aren't as practical as candy bar phones. They have more moving parts that can break and take longer to answer, especially if your hands are full or you're driving your car. (All you flip-phone people out there, before you start lashing out in defense, just accept those statements as truth, because you know they are.) Nothing beats hearing your phone, looking down, and pushing a button to start talking. As far as accidently calling people, I lock my phone with the push of a button and don't have any problems.

    One thing about flip phones, they don't get nearly as much screen damage, which apple is known with having some problems with. and for answering, you just flip it open, how hard is that? and flip phones can have a much larger screen. and with all those people bitching about how low the screen resolution is, it may be the way to go.

    Only problem with my flip-phone, battery life is crap.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 15, 09:58 AM
    I work at a university that is undergoing cuts.

    But some departments actually make the university money.

    So, the United States should start a football program?? ;)

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  • Genetheninja
    Apr 26, 04:25 PM
    One interesting thing to note. Apple held 25% of recent acquirers with 2 phone models. The iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. They are also on only 2 carriers, and have only been with Verizon for part of the time leading up to the march survey. Android however is on dozens of handsets and all four US carriers. I would say apple is doing amazingly well when you consider those specifics.

    I am not worried about iOS not having a larger chunk of the market, I am blown away that it has 25%.

    Took the words right out of my mouth!!!:)

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  • MacMan86
    Apr 25, 09:57 AM
    It exists. There's no reason for it to exist. You can't disable it. And there are HUGE privacy implications should the file be accessed without your permission - by thieves, stalkers (or worse), advertisers, police, etc. - none of whom can access your cell company's location records, except authorities, and even then only by subpoena. Which means a judge has to agree that there's a good reason for them to need it.

    Why is the file even there in the first place?

    How can you say there is no reason for it to exist? Did you design iOS? Were you part of the team who designed CoreLocation? Of course it has a reason to exist. It exists as a cache of cell tower information to provide rough location info with minimal battery usage. See here for more details:

    Right, and boy is there misinformation being spread right in this thread. Apple is NOT collecting this data, your iPhone is. It goes NOWHERE.

    As I said, it isn't even doing that for me as I deleted that file on my Mac. Hey, instead of running around with your hair on fire, just delete that file. Wow, that's easy!

    Naah, better to pretend this is one big conspiracy from Apple and spread misinformation. Hey, I know, let me contradict Steve's explicit statements. I sure know who I trust more: anonymous snipers on the Internet over Steve Jobs.

    I have no issue with this file but deleting the file from your Mac won't really solve anything. The file still exists on the iPhone, and even if you jailbroke it and found a way to delete it off the phone, the phone would just generate a fresh consolidated.db file soon after. Then, when you sync the iPhone with your Mac it gets copied back across again.

    Nothing to see here...just the unabashed evilness of Apple shining through. I'm sure Apple will 'flash the wad' to the right people and make this issue go away...sad :( We are nothing more than chattel to Apple Consumer Electronics, where we are tracked and monitored like open range livestock. This is how they view us, as THEIR herd to do with as they please.

    Welcome to the future guys. :mad:

    Usual Tea Party troll response from Full of Win

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  • Piggie
    Apr 26, 04:11 PM
    Apple could make a whole range of phones in different sizes, from different materials at different price points.

    Apple could licence iOS to others to make phones running their OS thus opening up iTunes sales to an even larger audience.

    I don't expect Apple will do either.

    Only in the long term future will we be able to look back to now and know if Apple did the right thing, and grew to be one of the world leaders or died a slow and painful death.

    Anyone got a crystal ball, or know Dr Who? ;)

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  • paul4339
    Apr 7, 11:19 PM
    ...Sad thing, there doesn't seem to be anyone else on the horizon to fill that void when he is gone. ...

    no, but I sometimes think that Andy Rubin believes he's the next Jobs ... at least he dresses similar to Jobs:

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  • milozauckerman
    Aug 7, 03:36 PM
    1. You are going to spend thousands on a Mac PRO and you are going to pitch a fit over adding wireless for less than 80 bucks?
    Yes. I bought a work truck for $15000 and made them give me a $100 bedliner free. The amount I'm spending has nothing to do with my desire to extract the most value for myself.

    Apple ain't a charity, I want every last penny I can squeeze from our transactions.

    Guess what, these are PROFESSIONAL WORKSTATIONS, not consumer internet computers. The target demographic of these computers is a wired-network setting. Obviously home users and others may have use for wireless in a Mac Pro, so that's why Apple OFFERS IT.
    These are PROFESSIONAL WORKSTATIONS that LOOK an awful lot like DESKTOP COMPUTERS shockingly enough.

    I hear you can even buy one if you've never worked in an office.

    I hear Apple's popular among 'creative types' who might work independently, even from home.

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  • bedifferent
    Apr 21, 04:15 PM
    Could the thinner profile be a result to full integration of "Light Peak" fiber optics? I know some state that "Light Peak" is only beneficial to external devices and limited to a mini-DisplayPort connection. However, Intel has tested "Light Peak" as a replacement for internal components, replacing the need for multiple controllers such as built-in USB/FireWire/Display connections. It's been mentioned that "ThunderBolt" will handle USB 3.0 with the new Sandy Bridge logic board/chips due out. SATA drives currently offer 3/Gbps but with the advent of SSD's, slimming down the guts with a full "Light Peak" system that runs most components would make sense no?

    (and AMEN to Apple getting slightly back on track with their Professional line, now just focus on a dedicated ACD line instead of a stripped down 27" iMac LED LCD panel and for god's sake extend the cables for the current display to reach Mac Pro's!)

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  • Gem�tlichkeit
    Apr 25, 10:27 AM
    Whoever sent that email is a total moron lol

    They're acting on bad info.

    I wouldn't of even replied if I was Steve lol. This person has their mind made up if they're emailing Jobs telling him they'll switch haha.

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  • Multimedia
    Jul 22, 01:45 PM
    Perhaps if I mention my wishes in every related thread, someone at apple will take note?

    iMac Ultra: At least 2.4 Ghz Conroe, 512Mb ATI X1800, and a 23" Screen.

    Macbook: I don't want Merom in it. I don't want a faster processor in it. I want a price drop!
    Powermac G4 Cube, 450Mhz ATI Rage 128 with 16mb VRAM, 512Mb System RAM, 250GB HDD but silly computer will only recognise 128Gb of it. Merom in MacBook will not cost Apple more than Yonah and it will run cooler and faster even at the same 2GHz.

    Erasmus ,
    Do you have any idea how much slower your Cube is running because you haven't maxed out the RAM to 1.5 GB? Just by adding two 512 Sticks for only $140 will almost double your speed.

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  • Tonsko
    Nov 15, 11:06 AM
    Is there anything it's not terribly good at? I've got some 6Gb ISOs and a couple of 40Gb Vms on my mbp...the scan gets to around 80% and then hangs. Could these be the culprits? I haven't tried excluding them yet, but thought I would canvas opinion as to the possible cause.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 15, 05:01 PM
    The MBP already feels like its about to literally melt on my desk now, and that's with the 31W Core Duo.

    What's gonna happen when they drop in a 34W C2D? That's 9.6% more wattage, means more heat.

    I really think the MBPand MB are under-engineered to remove the heat from the Core Duo. I hope they re-engineer the cooling before releasing the MBP C2D. IMHO, Apple has a black eye over the heat issues with their notebooks.

    According to this review, it runs measurably (not necessarily significantly) cooler with longer battery life, etc.

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  • DHagan4755
    Jul 22, 03:07 PM
    Why does everyone want Apple to change the enclosure of the MBP when it's already perfect?

    It's time for a new enclosure. The one used right now is from the PowerBook G4 days and goes back to 2003.

    More importantly, the MacBook Pro's hinge design limits how far the display can open. Just about every other laptop has a screen that can open 180�. Secondly, while it's not horrible, the MacBook Pro display needs to have a wider viewing angle. It's VERY HARD to replace the MBP's hard drive. I don't want to see a magnetic latch. I would prefer to see something more in-line with the clamshell iBook, which snapped shut.

    Those are just a few things.

    Apple needs to create a whole new MacBook Pro to deal with heat issues alone. Having that battery inset in the middle must be a nightmare on the logic board designers. And Apple must be paying a fortune to repair the MBP because it's so intricate and hard to get into.

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  • wclyffe
    Dec 3, 08:57 PM
    What do you guys think, should we wait or go ahead and buy from somewhere else. Or just wait fo Magellans car kit?

    Hard call. I like the idea that I would not have to remove my case to use the Magellan, but that's all I like about the look of it. It looks cheaper to me and I'm guessing we would be waiting until the end of January, or later, before the price would start to drop from $130. From viewing the many Youtube videos on the TomTom car kit it seems pretty great for $90.

    Apr 25, 09:33 AM
    Nothing to see here...just the unabashed evilness of Apple shining through. I'm sure Apple will 'flash the wad' to the right people and make this issue go away...sad :( We are nothing more than chattel to Apple Consumer Electronics, where we are tracked and monitored like open range livestock. This is how they view us, as THEIR herd to do with as they please.

    Welcome to the future guys. :mad:

    Yeah the nerve of Apple and Google!

    What do you think they do with the data? Maybe Steve likes to see his herd of iPhones sparkle by the 10's of millions across the planet? I'm sure Google is also setting up the fortress of solitude so they can wield their web ads at will to all Droid's as you meander in your average life! :eek:

    The nerve of them both and I bet Microsoft is doing this too! :rolleyes:

    How freak'n ridiculous.

    May 6, 07:14 AM
    Why so negative on this news?

    As has been said, time and time again, the consumers Apple are tar targeting don't care what's in the box. If the on-screen "user experience" is great then it matters not one jot what brand of CPU or any other parts Apple decides to use.

    It's like having a great car and getting upset about the manufacturer of the engine components. This type of consumer does not care.

    It works, it looks great, I'm happy.

    Mar 29, 09:08 AM
    The more things that are in the cloud, the closer I get to hitting AT&T's 150GB home DSL (non-uverse) data limit.

    Apr 5, 01:38 PM
    So uh what exactly would Toyota lose if they tell Apple to stick it? At best all I can guess are licenses to use use an iPod trademark or something similar to integrate into the car stereo, if they even have that option. I can't think of anything else.

    Apr 7, 12:50 PM
    Thanks for the class act.

    it was a joke in reference to your snarky comment relax.

    Hey bro look on the bright side atleast we have bing now on appstore!

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