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  • D4F
    Apr 20, 07:13 AM
    The nice thing this time around is that everyone seems to have such low expectations that Apple can only meet or exceed them :D

    Yet they will stay in line for two days to pay premium for it.
    Apple has one great thing.... a lot of quarter-brain organisms that pump $$ to their pocket.

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  • peeInMyPantz
    Jul 30, 10:37 PM
    5 megapixel seems unrealistic for a cellphone camera right now, but it would sure be nice, I have a 1.3 megapixel camera on my phone, just because it's 1.3 megapixels doesn't mean it's good quality, how do we know that the 5 megapixel camera will be any better? could be as grainy or worse as a low end VGA/megapixel camera :( but knowing Apple, some people will pay a shiny red cent for high quality camera anyways (esp Apple fans)

    I disagree for inability to do texting, say if you are in a different country, where it costs say $3/minute just to call someone, or 50c just to send a text message (receiving is usually free), big difference if you just want to send a message of "I'm at the door" or "I'm leaving right now", I'm currently paying for long distance since I'm in a part of Canada that is not my home region, any time someone not from the area I'm in calls ME, I pay for it, and any time I call someone from home, I pay for it as well, so text messaging has really cut down on bills, I don't go over my minutes as much anymore with texting, since 90% of my calls were 1 minute or less calls, so thats where text messaging comes in handy. Although I would rather use a blackberry-like device with free email (if there was such thing, or have an email-only plan that doesnt require a data plan, like text messages)

    y not? there are already 6 mega pixels camera phones

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  • gkarris
    May 4, 03:03 PM
    But will be greeted with outrage here anyway, just you watch.

    So I guess we'll all just send you our AT&T Internet Bills when we go over their newly implemented data usage caps? :eek:


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  • smulji
    Mar 30, 10:53 PM
    WOW. In my years of OS X development and beta releases, this is the first time I believe Apple has released a developer preview with little to no beta releases, and pushed right into a half arsed possible GM build without the numerous beta's for 10.X refinements. For developers and companies who have been accustomed to Apple pushing bi-weekly beta's as the GM release approaches. This may not bold well for developers and companies transitioning their products/applications in time and with little "bumps" in the road.

    This also makes me believe Apple has certainly, finally, officially drawn a line with regard to their main focus: iOS. It truly is about mobile devices for Cupertino, with iPhones and iPads and numerous iOS beta releases that have pushed OS X off center stage since Leopard. Gone are the excellent days of a dedicated LCD display line with three size variants, gone are the days when desktop PowerPC towers were affordable, and soon the professionals who spent thousands of dollars and hours investing in Mac products for their work will be pushed out the door for the general mass consumer. This is a sad sign for us, for those that supported a struggling yet profitable Apple dedicated to professionals, consumers, quality products and improved operating systems.

    That could be what Steve Jobs was alluding to when during the iPad 1 release in 2010 he said that Apple was the world's largest mobile devices company. Then later that same year during one of the financial conference calls Tim Cooke said people should refer to Apple as a mobile company. Just a theory.

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  • kresh
    Sep 15, 05:05 PM
    According to this review, it runs measurably (not necessarily significantly) cooler with longer battery life, etc.

    I hope so :)

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  • thogs_cave
    Aug 11, 04:05 PM
    I would be happy with the *real* replacement for the 12" Powerbook. Can't work with that gloss screen, and can't bear the integrated graphics. Apple need to get real if they want professionals like photographers to buy a new laptop. :confused:
    Huh? I'll give that the glossy screen is a matter of taste (I thought I'd hate it, I ended up loving it), but:

    1) The integrated gfx are totally fine for photo work. It's all 2D, and the 2D speeds are very good. It falls over only on heavy gaming. There is nothing wrong with integrated graphics for the majority of "professional" users.

    2) The MacBook is a "consumer" model. The Pro is for the "Professional", although I'm some sort of a "professional", and my MacBook suits me just fine. (I liked the form factor and the keyboard.) Stuffed with 2G of RAM and a 100G 7.2K drive it runs OS X, Windows & CentOS (via Parallels desktop) just fine. It's like a digital Swiss Army knife - I haven't found much it can't do reasonably well. :o

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  • ender land
    Apr 10, 09:16 AM
    As for the math, the equation is ambiguous. Another set of parentheses would help.

    It's ambiguous in the same way 1 + 1 = ?? is ambiguous.

    (the answer could be 2, or 10, or plenty of other answers if you make different assumptions other than what is stated in the unknown equation)

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  • shaolindave
    May 4, 05:55 PM
    He's just disagreeing with the notion that Apple somehow can't or won't make any adjustments when they start selling a radically different product through their app store. And common sense is on his side.

    Nobody knows anything yet about how the release will work, nothing is announced. Is it really so unreasonable to wait until actual information exists before having a hissy fit?

    Not to mention that it's a moot point anyway - if you're scared of the download version (regardless of the specifics), JUST BUY THE DVD.

    i'm not disagreeing with anyone on anything. stop putting words in my mouth.

    i'm saying that anyone who assumes that apple will make adjustments when they start selling a radically different product through their app store might want to wait until the adjustments are actually made. If you buy the digital download, and apple doesn't make adjustments, you'll be in a bad situation when you need to do a fresh install.

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  • Shadow
    Aug 2, 11:46 AM
    Yes and Bill Gates is expected to release Vista at the same conference. Seriously, all this happening (Mac Pros, iMac Core Duo, new iPod Nanos, iPhone, new MBPs, ect) in one conference is unlikley. Mac Pros are a given, thats all I'm saying (so I dont look stupid when it doesnt happen :p).

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  • solvs
    Jul 22, 02:33 AM
    Now before I'm lambarsted because the iMac is not a 'pro' machine, I am a professional graphic designer and I am in the market for one.
    I was surprised that my iMac was as good as it was at doing Pro stuff, and it's a lowly G5. Just buy lots of RAM. Especially while you wait for Adobe to update to UBs.

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  • 42streetsdown
    May 6, 02:50 AM
    The headline is wrong.

    The rumor is NOT that they would abandon Intel. The claim being made is that they would switch from x86 to ARM.

    true intel could manufacture arm procs

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  • Hildron101010
    Mar 30, 08:20 PM
    Yes they did. Did you even try it before replying anything?

    Yes I did, it was still grayed out.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 18, 07:03 PM
    It's kind of a prerequisite for a collapse that 99% of the population is unprepared.

    Shuuuush, don't make a wave, unless you want to be swallowing pee.

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  • vigilant
    Mar 30, 07:02 PM
    If you spent anytime whatsoever with the 1st Developer build, you'll know they did away with both the Snow Leopard and iTunes scroll bars. They have adopted the vanishing iOS scrolls.

    I think old school scroll bars are still in Carbon applications. I remember it seeming jarring when I would go into certain applications and they were there.

    My download just finished, about to start installation!

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  • wronski
    Aug 3, 11:37 PM
    "Everyone wants a new Merom MacBook Pro with new enclosures and Blu-Ray disc because they're bitchin'"

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  • trondah
    Mar 31, 03:30 AM
    What everybody would like to know, is Safari any snappier?

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 7, 01:19 PM

    "Kill the Competition"



    Look Samsung shipped 2 million of their first tablets and they haven't all sold yet. If they had Sumsung would report that to you. The Xoom has only sold 100k in a period of time the ipad 2 has sold much more.

    Lets look to see how things shake up when the competition sells out of their current inventories before cries of unfair competition get hurled about.

    Motorola is not trying to buy the same quantities as Apple. That would be self destructive given the poor sales numbers. They buy what they hope they can sell.

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  • coder12
    Apr 7, 06:36 PM
    You should bring your iPad.

    Both of them, and facetime with yourself.

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  • dethmaShine
    May 4, 05:33 PM
    My opposition to this isn't because I think Digital Distribution is bad (the copy of Windows 7 I'm writing this on was downloaded, legally I might add, from Microsoft), it's because of how Apple is offering it.

    I was able to download a .iso of Windows and install it how I wanted to. I was able to back up the .iso to an external hard drive and also to burn a copy of it.

    The App Store (unless they change things) wouldn't allow that. I would have no problem with this if Apple included a way to create a DVD or USB installer from the download.

    Oh! I see. I can agree to that.

    If Apple does not allow that, I might as well go out and buy the DVD or USB for such a purpose.

    Mar 28, 09:54 AM
    Due to moving countries for a year I had to stick with my iPhone 3G. When I get home again in the summer I'd rather not be buying into a year old device. :(

    Jul 30, 07:20 AM
    "The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted the spoons." -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Wooden spoons?

    Mar 28, 11:13 AM
    The second update makes more sense.

    Mar 30, 01:37 AM
    The good news is that it sounds like the plant wasn't damaged. While I am sure making batteries for Apple is not on the top of their priority list, their economy starting back up will help speed their recovery. A little bit of good news I hope.

    May 6, 07:37 AM
    Microsoft isnt switching over to just ARM. They're just making Windows compatible on ARM. For their Windows 8 Tablets most likely.

    Bingo, surprising it took 10 pages for someone to point out the obvious. It was starting to get funny reading about "Windows 8 on ARM!" as if that points to anything as far as laptops/desktops go.

    It's not like Windows running on something other than x86 or x86_64 is surprising anyhow. Windows NT had ports to PPC, MIPS, Alpha and more recently ia64 during it's long history (that dates back to 1993).

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