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  • aswitcher
    Sep 11, 01:24 AM
    EDIT - And don't say "Common" when you mean "Come on."

    I stand corrected - probably should have said 'C'mon'.

    If its only downloadable movies I think there will be Nothing for Aus, so I will join you in the 'meh'.

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  • BenRoethig
    Aug 3, 11:19 PM
    I always expected the four existing lines to go merom. It's pretty much a firmware update away from using existing hardware and the form factors used are more geared towards lower power chips.

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  • balamw
    Apr 14, 10:06 AM
    You can always donate to the federal reserve. Don't let me stop you!

    US Treasury not Federal Reserve.


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  • dethmaShine
    May 4, 03:17 PM
    I'm the one that raised the point in the first place! I think I set the context!

    Exactly. You did set the context but you did fall out your words when you said that MAS download would be a better thing to exploit which in any case, not true.

    Just like 'small white car' corrected you, there's nothing worse than an unrestricted Mac OS Install Disk. Simple.

    I do. I don't have any need to violate it. I only have one Mac.

    All of my computers have a fully licenced copy of Windows XP or 7 on them.

    It's great. Good that you don't. Just saying that EULA doesn't hold a candle in practicality and can be easily exploited. I can illegally install the OS on a laptop in front of Apple and they cannot do anything. Not that they care, but even if they did, they couldn't.

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  • MacFly123
    Apr 21, 07:53 PM
    FINALLY some Mac Pro updates!

    Very interesting....

    This does sound logical to me, its a combination of the lines and i am sure would make it convenient for sound and media pro's whom also have other rack equipment like massive disk arrays and audio equipment(them hings with blinkie lights in sound studios :P ).

    agreed, hopefully an update with the new FCP X :confused:

    Exactly! Please let this all come out at the same time so I can buy a completely new setup with the new Final Cut Studio and Lion! :D

    Here's a quick scale / mockup

    Please leave the dual super drives Apple! We pros still need those to author DVDs!

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  • Coolerking
    Sep 11, 01:31 PM
    Top Merom is 2.33GHz and should be standard on both top 15" and 17" models - def the 17". Bottom of Merom is 1.66GHz.


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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 16, 06:10 PM
    If they souped up a 13.3" MB enclosure, wouldn't it require a serious overhaul of the appropriate internals, especially ditching the integrated graphics for a dedicated solution? (Not that Jonathan Ive & Co would have much of a problem making it happen.) Before I went to the recently opened Apple Store in Norfolk, VA, I might have considered a 13.3" MBP. But after having played around with the 17"... I'm in love. When Tuesday cometh, I'll be ordering a 17" MBP... merom or yonah. From all the shipping delays, merom is looking more hopeful all the time!

    Preach it, brutha! I was always hooked on the MBP, but my original idea was for the 15" version. After going to the apple store a few times, the 17" is the one I can't do without. Especially considering it's going to be a desktop replacement for my tower PC, I'll take all the screen space I can get. Add to that the fact that because it's footprint is larger, heat dissipates a little more efficiently, and I was sold. As soon as those C2D MBP's hit the street, I'm there, cash in hand.

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  • NAG
    Apr 25, 10:05 AM
    Is there a link to a site showing that Google logs the tracking info on their servers?

    Many of the arguments on this issue seem to centre on the fact that Android's onboard log only stores the most recent entries and then deletes them, but if they're uploaded to Google that would not only nullify that point, but provide an excellent (and legitimately frightening) counter example.

    Google does track their users via Adsense/Google Search. That tracking isn't just location data either. I have no idea how accurate their location data is but they get your IP address every time you use one of their sites or see one of their ads so they do have at least that. Adsense is all about targeted advertising. It is naive to think that Google isn't tracking you.

    Now, does this make the location database (which has never been shown to be transmitted anywhere/used to track you) on the iPhone correct? Of course not (it doesn't make it wrong either). Might as well have everyone jump off a cliff is someone does it first.

    Jobs is making two points. The first point is that Google tracks a lot of your information. This is true, this is how Adsense works by design. It has worked this way for a very long time and people don't really seem to care. The second point is that Apple is not tracking you. This is somewhat of a semantic argument as Apple indeed is not tracking you (again, no one has shown that this database is ever transmitted). The reasonable concern is that someone could take or find your phone and use the database to learn where you frequent. How likely that is can be addressed a variety of ways (encryption, truncation, etc...). Apple probably won't tell us how it is going to address this until they've actually pushed the patch out (and they'll address it, eventually).

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  • Lord Bodak
    Mar 28, 11:40 AM
    My problem isn't necessarily with Apple, my grief is with carriers who have tied most of us in to 2 year fixed contracts. Whether this is due to Apple's insistence, or whether carriers have signed up to the 'yearly cycle' idea, there are thousands of us stuck in the middle here.

    Any 3GS user who bought new and has a 2 year contract (usually because it was the most economical) now has a huge dilemma. Do we switch phones and get new contracts on different phones, or do we go Pay As You Go to cover those 3/4 (potentially more) months?

    Two year contracts have existed since long before the iPhone and they don't seem to be going away anytime soon.

    However, you do realize that your plan doesn't vanish when your contract ends, don't you? You will still have the exact same service you have today for the same price, until you go sign a new contract and get a new phone.

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  • gerrycurl
    Jul 22, 04:30 PM
    i'm still baffled why nobody's answered my question. anyone with a g5 powermac upgrade to an off the shelf video card yet?

    i wonder about video card compatibility because i don't see a single driver on nvidia or ati for mac. and the specifications for the 1900 xfx and nvidia 7950 both don't even list mac compatibility. this is really making me think twice about buying from apple.

    anyone please help??

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  • Umbongo
    Apr 21, 06:00 PM

    It makes a lot of sense. Quietly cooling two CPUs, a high-end GPU, 8 DIMMs and multiple drives in such a form factor makes me a little dubious. That and it seems pure hearsay on the part of 9 to 5 mac.

    Mods please don't lock this, discussion of Mac Pro related articles in the main news section is really hard to have as 90% of the posts are by people who have little interest or knowledge in the topic.

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  • ChickenSwartz
    Aug 4, 03:25 PM
    Intel said they expect Merom-based machines to be available for purchase toward the end of August. What's this about Apple receiving a large shipment of CPUs in September? They'd be a month behind the rest of the market by the time they started delivering systems. Intel said they were shipping Merom when they announced their earnings for last quarter.

    They could be shipping computers with Merom end of August, IMO maybe even earlier.

    Recieving large shipment in September may indicate they are going into other computers to be ready for Paris (mini, MacBook, who knows).

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  • janstett
    Aug 7, 07:36 PM
    Wow, I want one! This will be my next PC desktop, definitely. Now it's a question of timing.

    I have a 15" MacBook Pro, and my PC desktop is a 3.6 GHz Pentium D Extreme (two cores each with Hyperthreading, looks like 4 cores) that doesn't really need to be replaced yet. I want my first desktop Mac, but I'm trying to work down my debt and then save for a sports car, so I have to make some sacrifices...

    The Mac Pro will have to wait (as long as I can resist the temptation). Besides, by that time something better will inevitably come along. But I have to give Apple applause. I like the SATA drive cages. And finally nVidia support for X86 (I wonder if the MacVidia project is now dead). 3 GHz dual Woodcrest is very, very tempting :) Maybe I can get my job to buy one...

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  • weing
    Nov 4, 02:26 PM
    Jeez. You have to a moron of epic proportions to go this route for a car GPS.

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  • MacRumors
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  • BWhaler
    Sep 15, 06:34 PM
    Some has to say it:

    If MacOSXRumors is predicting it, then it's never going to happen.

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  • wovel
    Apr 7, 03:23 PM
    I feel like im taking crazy pills...I think theres some confusion as to my feelings on the topic. Apple SHOULD include a discrete GPU in all of it's PRO Macbook line. Period. If you want a more exotic upgrade, fine. But to give a high end, expensive notebook integrated graphics is pure rubbish! Now, does Apple make more money by their status quo? Absolutely. Is is the right thing for the consumer? NO.

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  • kjs862
    May 7, 11:51 AM
    I've been a long time .mac/mobileme user - I would say I've been using their service for about 7 years. Only recently, I started using iDisk. I started using it for text documents, and it seems to work great. But recently, I have been hearing a lot about dropbox and its speed. Is dropbox that much better and what is this speed people are referring to? I played around with it a bit and its nice. It gives you a few more features, but these feature I wouldn't use. Is there any point to switch?

    I'm thinking if Apple continues to push forward with MM, it will evolve and just get better and better. I think it might just be nice to stay with Apple.

    I would like to see Apple offer both paid and free MM services as someone previously mentioned. Good idea!

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  • ScoopOZ
    Nov 27, 12:37 AM
    I have just been told that on a Sunday from home, Todd Rutherford, Microsoft�s e-Home Program Manager at Microsoft in Seattle contacted an Australian Company that is working on wireless speakers for Apple asking them for information.

    He claims that Microsoft is "keen to get everything they can on Apples e home activities including media centres, wireless initiatives and tablet PC initiatives.

    Does anyone know of any third party Companies in the US that have lodged patents for Apple related home entertainment technology?

    I know who to talk to in Taiwan but I am keen to chase down the US firms that are working with Apple on new home entertainment automation.

    I am also told that Apple is working on an open standard type technology for the home that other Companies can license.

    Apr 18, 02:51 PM
    Apple has to try to protect their IP or they risk losing it. What I wonder is why it took them so long to start lawsuits over this.

    They don't already have the IP? Suing company and people for the heck of it seems like a broken system to me.

    Mar 29, 09:11 AM
    nope, they've just restricted it.

    I wonder if Atomic Browser could view it with a faked browser ID...

    May 4, 05:13 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) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    +1 For henry72's proposal via firmware:

    Had the same thought... Get a hot key into the firmware to connect to the official App Store with network settings flexible (eg IP setting; Router etc). Then all the setup can be done from the net.
    For power user and enterprises I could imagine to be able to support an own App Store within your network to avoid re-downloading. Similar to the enterprise AppStore for iOS.

    Mar 28, 10:30 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; sv-se) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    In many ways, besides updating the performance hardware there's not a whole lot you'd expect from an update today. I mean, if Apple don't feel they don't have anything spectacular to add they might hold out until they do (remember 3Gs yawn) and focus on iOS development.

    I believe that iOS instead will be the biggest evolution of iOS since 2.0 and the introductions of apps.

    Contrary to what may most competitors seems to believe, apple customers don't come back for the hardware but rather the amazing software.

    Rodimus Prime
    May 2, 07:57 PM
    According to this article (, the metric system was supposed to be almost fully implemented in the US by 2000, but because of a lack of enough public and government support through the 70s-90s the program essentially got shut down.

    As an engineering student, I hope we will switch soon. The metric system makes so much more sense and is far easier to learn. Even for more common measurements (How many teaspoons/tablespoons in a cup again? Yards in a mile?), SI is a far superior system.

    I think the biggest obstacle right now is the older generations who have grown up with imperial units and don't want to learn a new system. It should at least be taught equally in schools so a future switch won't cause as much resistance.
    You missed the fact that so many of our cook books are in standard US units and that not going to changed.

    I think SI for a lot of things is just better but things like miles, MPH ect are just not going to get phased out they are to much the norm i everything we use.

    I tend to jump between the 2 fairly easily.

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