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  • tipdrill407
    Aug 7, 10:03 PM
    Uh, that's the point: you shouldn't have to 'pay more' - it should be standard, and shouldn't raise the price-point, if other manufacturers can do it.

    I don't get the apologists who defend every questionable component from Apple by saying 'well, I don't want to pay extra in the base price' (for a reasonable amount of RAM or for a decent videocard) - demand more from Apple.

    Ask why you can't have a $2500 flagship desktop with a graphics card that didn't cost Apple $40, why Apple can't eat the extra $45 to offer their consumer items with a usable amount of RAM standard.

    The base model offers more than enough features for a pro to work blazingly fast. The graphics card is adequate for A LOT of things, except maybe hardcore gaming. But again Apple never intended the Mac Pro to be used for shooting ppl.

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  • Gepat
    Jul 30, 05:06 AM
    I guess the guy who told you that story can kiss his career (with apple) goodbye ;) There's not that many photographers who take pictures of upcoming Apple products ...

    Anyway, I can't wait to see the phone...

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  • Jeevs bost
    Jul 31, 06:12 AM
    Sorry to be a killjoy but I know for a fact that if this photographer did do any work for Apple he would of had to of signed a non disclosure agreement and as such would of been 100% bound to it, (unless of course he never wanted to work again and get his ass sued off). I know because I am a digital illustrator ( http://www.anthony-robinson.com ) sorry couldn't resist! :D and if I ever do any ad work this is standard practice.
    I'm not denying that Apple might be developing a phone but for sure, this guy knows nothing about it.

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  • onigami
    May 6, 02:10 AM
    Kind of like Apple. And you would welcome a switch to AMD? That would be three steps backwards.

    Actually, that wouldn't be so bad. If the point is to utilize a low cost processor, a switch to the Fusion APU platform would be pretty smart: Reduces costs significantly be removing the need for a discrete GPU, all the while maintaining quality performance in graphics. That's kind of AMD's aim at the moment with Fusion.

    What's stopping Apple from putting 6, 8 of these little bastards on the motherboard? This way they can make up for any speed advantage Intel has right now.

    ...Which would mean eliminating any power or cost advantage that ARM had over x86.

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  • petsounds
    Apr 18, 04:19 PM
    Suing for patent infringement is one thing, and Apple certainly holds some patents regarding the features of the iPhone and iPad. However, you cannot sue for look & feel. Apple should know this better than anyone after losing its protracted lawsuit in the 80s against Microsoft, which was based on Windows taking GUI elements of the Mac OS.

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  • GregA
    Nov 27, 01:28 AM
    Too big! <snip> I probably want some functional capabilties (e.g. iPhoto red eye and retouch, or simple text/excel type input) but I DO NOT NEED TO RUN PHOTOSHOP ON MY TABLET! I will transfer my data/photos/video onto my main computer to do that kind of work."
    Agreed. Not a computer... but connecting to it.
    I always thought the direction Apple would go with a tablet was as a consumer device extension to iPhoto, almost how iPod extends iTunes.
    Interesting idea. I guess if you could make it a little thicker than an iPod nano but 7x4" (or 9x5"?) it could be a neat picture frame. It could also do eBooks.

    Then again if you use the screen casting in iChat then each tablet in the house could run it's own low power apps, say dashcode apps, front row, iChat, then hook into a more powerful machine to run fullblow applications.

    Gives Apple a nice little ecosystem of complimentry products.
    Yes... complimentary products. A very simple device that ALSO can connect and get extra functions.

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  • mmoosa
    Mar 28, 09:43 AM
    That's just getting complacent in my opinion, people like myself like changing phones yearly, no new iPhone means no return business, I'll try something else instead, bad move if true.

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  • MacFly123
    Mar 26, 10:55 PM
    Lion this summer, iOS 5 this fall. Makes sense to me :)

    I have predicted this from the moment Apple said Lion will be out this summer! There is NO WAY they could get them both done that fast!

    I just forked over 750 dollars for an ipad 2 and ipad 3 is coming out? Ouch!!! I already want it.

    sounds plausible, but i really don't see iPad 3 coming out any time this year. it's way too soon

    Don't listen to the iPad 3 rumors. It is all FUD to try to slow iPad 2 sales!

    A new ios update is like getiting a new device so i hope itis amazing and is a major revamp

    What's going to happen is iPad 3 will be next year as normal, but before the holidays Apple will release iOS 5 and the iPad 2 will be like a brand new product again! I have predicted this for a long time now too! :cool:

    Lion, iOS5, and the new MobileMe are going to bring continuous client features across all of Apple's products! :D And here's to hoping for apps on the Apple TV this fall too!!!

    The question is when are they going to show off the new MobileMe??? The new data center was already supposed to go live and now they are saying spring. :(

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  • Slurpy2k8
    Apr 7, 02:19 PM
    Some of you people are ****ing hilarious, and heinously hypocritical.

    The same people who bash (and are still bashing) Apple for not having enough iPad2 supply (to satiate an absolutely insane demand), calling it some sort of conspiracy to create demand, are the same people now bashing Apple for procuring and guaranteeing these components ahead of time, which inevitably has had a negative effect on companies.

    What the hell do you people want? Apple will clearly sell every damn iPad2 they produce, and they'll do what they need to do to produce as much as they can. Having a ton of cash reserves, and the foresight to pay for these compoenents in advance makes them an effective, and intelligent company, not monopolistic. Should Apple shoot itself in the face to please its competitors? Should any company? Unbelievable.

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  • n-abounds
    Sep 11, 12:16 AM
    Yikes. It'd take me 1.13 hours. Maybe you can get a friend to call you and start reading off ones and zeros?

    LOL, that might just make it into my sig one of these days.

    Clearly, new "iPod socks" will be released on Tueday. Aren't we overdue?

    Agreed on the grammar correction...it should be "has".

    Personallly, I would love a tower. Mainly because I want a separate monitor...and a 20" iMac won't fit on my desk, but a 20" Apple display will. I'm buying some computer on Tuesday- so I'm excited either way. Thank god for a $3800 credit limit. I would love a machine that could record from my tv, although that would conflict with iTunes selling tv shows.

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  • DwightSchrute
    Jul 22, 03:42 PM
    More importantly, the MacBook Pro's hinge design limits how far the display can open.

    Okay, that is one thing I will agree that they need to change. I'm pretty tall and I have noticed when I go to the Apple store that I could put the screen back a little futher than they allow me to. Well, I can only hope they make that change on August 7th.

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  • JBytes
    Apr 25, 10:08 AM
    I've been reading MacRumors for years - only added to the discussion a few times since 08. Not a troll, but still considered a "newbie". :D
    Wow, I just realised I've been on this forum for quite a while.

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  • michaelrjohnson
    Aug 2, 02:29 PM
    But minor speed bumps is all they have to talk about.
    It was the introduction of all these products that people keep referring to. IIRC, the MacBook, MacBook Pro, intel iMac, intel MacMini did not exist before January 1, 2006. All of these products were released in this calendar year.

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  • siderealxxx
    May 6, 05:11 AM
    Any chance of a PPC to ARM bridge for OS9?!


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  • Nuvi
    May 7, 01:47 PM
    Most people don't understand the fundamental differences between iDisk and Drop Box. If Apple was to build a front end to iDisk that stored the file locally and then sync'd over WebDAV in the background they'd be able to offer the same performance.

    Hope this helps.

    Eh... iDisk is stored locally then synced in the background. When you work on your iDisk files you edit the local file on HD which is then synced to the cloud. Sorry mate but I guess you fall into category of people who don't understand the fundamental difference between iDisk and Drop Box. iDisk file transfer speed is dead slow and Drop Box is fast...

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  • iScott428
    Mar 29, 01:42 PM
    I'd pay a premium for products manufactured in the US.

    Products might be more expensive, but there would be more Americans employed. As much are there is a downside to producing here, there is also an upside.

    I avoid most american made products, half of them are crap. Prime examples are the cars made by Chrysler and GM between 2000-2008. This however are drastically improving though, not sure if we (Americans) could produce all of these things with taxes, restrictions, trade barriers etc. I am sure there are very good reasons why the parts are made there and not here. Plus there is a plethora of unknown pollution aspects of producing tech products. Tree hugger's would freak

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  • Burger King
    Apr 25, 09:13 AM
    I'm guessing silence, since burgers don't talk. ;)


    I do and No I didn't steal anything!

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  • MrWinters
    May 4, 03:42 PM
    Usually, "Preferred" means one will be more readily available (download) than the other (Physical).

    In 3 years there will be no "PREFERRED" anything with Macs. Everything that is installed on Mac will come from the App Store. It WILL BE the EXCLUSIVE method of loading ANYTHING on Macs. OS X will become exactly like iOS and ALL of you will just happily accept it. I expect to see statements on Macrumors like "Oh how wonderful it is that Steve is looking after us and protecting us from the evil world of Malware that those crappy PC's get. Thanks Steve for looking out for us and our elegant, delicious, sexy, and magical devices"......

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  • peterdevries
    Mar 28, 11:10 AM
    This better not happen. Seriously.

    Or else what?

    Apr 9, 05:19 PM
    I did parenthesis, then multiplication or division from left to right. That's how I was taught it.

    I'm pretty sure doing PEMDAS left to right is the proper way to do it


    May 4, 05:46 PM
    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.

    If Apple does not allow that, then a failed hard drive would mean that the only way to install your legal copy of OS X would be to buy a second copy of OS X. Hopefully they see the flaws and will do something about it.

    Jul 22, 11:40 PM
    I did double the ram from 256 to 512, and didn't notice anthing.That's because you have to get to 1GB before you see the substantial increse in speed. Both my Cubes have 1.5 GB inside and I'm sure it's the only way to fly them properly. That 256 Module was a waste of money. You should put a 512 in that last empty slot at least for only $70 to get it up to a Gig.

    I just don't see much point in upgrading a computer that I expect will only be useful for its hard-drive on a home network.
    But you are right, RAM is dirt cheap nowadays.

    I think you missed my point about Yonah Macbooks. I want the price to drop. There is no point in me owning a Merom Macbook if I buy an iMac. The present Macbook is easily fast enough for writing essays on the train, wouldn't you agree?Price is not going to go down. That's where Apple wants it. You'll have to get a refurb for $949. Lower than that will probably not happen until next year - if they still have them in stock. For writing, you can still buy a 14" iBook for $999 - the 12" iBook refurbs are all gone and the 14" iBook is $999 - in other words, rediculously overpriced. So no money can be saved and you appear to have no imagination for how you could use the additional power in future.

    $949 seems reasonable to me. But I don't want Yonah inside. So I will continue to wait for the 17" MBP with Merom+Santa Rosa+Leopard+802.11n inside next Spring. I might pull the trigger on a Merom refurb MacBook later this year. Knowing what's coming next year makes me want to wait for the whole shebang. But I may cave once Merom MacBooks go refurb to tide me over.

    Jul 21, 03:06 PM
    Now all the MBP's need are new enclosures, and I'm sold!

    MB's aren't going to get Merom so soon because they've only been out for a little while (as opposed to the MBP's) and I think there needs to be a bigger differentiation between the MB's and MBP's.

    Geez!!! The Intel Imac has been out since what Janurary? Should the Imac not be the next to upgrade? Will it go with Conroe or Meron? Maybe a better videocard?

    Jul 29, 10:33 PM
    Apple owns iphone.org (ownership info) (http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph?site=www.iphone.org). It just mirrors their homepage, but has a different IP. It appears they've owned it for a while. Is this old news?

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