piatok, 20. mája 2011

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  • torn
    Sep 24, 11:01 AM
    It's already been released. Best Buy has been selling them for more than a week now.

    Could you please give me the link? I can't find it on bestbuy's online store.




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  • Lifequest
    Apr 2, 07:47 PM
    I'll "believe" when they fix the currently unresolved and widespread quality control issues...light bleed on virtually every unit and blemishes, dents and scratches on units straight out of the box.

    Fix those issues, Apple, and then I will "believe" enough to get an iPad 2.

    Oh dear. How is Stevie going to sleep at night knowing that one potential customer is still on the fence...:rolleyes:

    Frankly, they don't give two animal-faecal-secretions about whether you buy it or not.




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  • localghost
    Nov 15, 11:39 AM
    is there a chance that they replace the two dual core xenon with only one quad core xenon in the mac pro and drop the price? speedwise it should be about the same and it should definately be cheaper to make.

    interesting question, but afaik two different chips would perform better (at the same ghz).
    any chance that there will be an update of the mac pro before 2007?

    if so, will the current models get more ram, or a different gpu or a lower price?

    i'd appreciate any educated guesses since i have to buy in 2006 for tax reasons.




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  • RaceTripper
    Jan 6, 04:48 PM
    ...and started to run roughly at 70,000 miles when idling. Dealer said it was due to my dad putting 87 in the tank when BMW recommends 91/93....There's a reason BMW says to use high-octane fuel. If you don't use the recommended fuels and fluids and the engine starts to get rough, you can't entirely blame BMW.

    I run my BMW and MINI on 91/93 always. My 70K miles 330ci purrs like a kitten.




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  • inkswamp
    Aug 6, 09:53 PM
    Blah, it should read "Mac OS X Leopard, introducing Panter 2.0"

    No offense, my friend, but I'm glad Apple isn't taking any marketing cues from readers of MacRumors. ;)




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  • Alexjungle
    Apr 20, 02:33 PM
    iMacs will have the new i9 sandy beach chip, 3G and retina display.




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  • BenRoethig
    Aug 29, 09:08 AM
    This is the lowest end machine Apple makes. Let's be realistic. This is a reasonable update for the base model. And it's probably being done in advance of a Core 2 Duo update to the iMac.

    Yonah doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Merom is pin-compatible and costs exactly the same amount. Besides, it would be a PR boost for Apple to have the entire lineup 64-bit and "Leopard ready". The Mac Mini is going to use the 5000 series Meroms and the iMac is going to use the 7000s.




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  • Spoony
    Apr 26, 02:01 PM
    Speaking for the common man (i'm not all techy like a lot of posters here)

    I never heard or used the word "App" until apple started using it. I think Apple did such a good job with it it became universal almost.

    Now the term "program" I understand. Computer Programs and Apps are the same thing.

    One is catchy and has a "buzz" word nature to it the other sounds like something i'd want to avoid.

    Hey man download that Computer Program Angry Birds to your phone.
    Hey Man get that Angry Birds app.




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  • kiensoy
    Mar 25, 05:58 PM
    30fps with no motion blur? That's gotta suck. It looks good here because youtube plays at 30fps with motion blur captured by the camera.




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  • arn
    Apr 12, 09:02 PM
    http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitpic/photos/large/275779449.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJF3XCCKACR3QDMOA&Expires=1302661120&Signature=nuq9DTy9AX2iOGRh%2Fy1XWUXDzaA%3D

    well, in cast there was any doubt.




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  • ecosse011172
    Aug 7, 07:54 AM
    ^ sooo true :cool:

    This is going to be one busy day.. I'm goin to get outta work at 4PM today, go home to find out if my MacBook Pro has arrived. If it hasn't, then it's off to the courier depot to collect it. Then it's back to the house, crack open a cold one and anxiously await news of the new Power Mac, credit card in hand.

    At times it's very easy to curse Apple for its CIA Secrecy, but its days like this where the excitement builds hour after hour which really makes you glad that you're passionate about their products and the company as a whole.

    And the best bit is that all my friends who haven't made the switch (yet) don't understand what all the fuss is about :P

    You ordered a Macbook pro on the eve of WWDC. ARe you mad?




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  • marksman
    Mar 25, 05:57 PM
    naysayers are probably more concerned with the fact that you can't look at the tv screen while fumbling for the touch controls on the ipad; physical buttons enable the player to just feel for the controls, without having to look down and miss the action on tv. the only games that would work for this are racing games, where you just tilt the ipad.

    what a world of difference some buttons would make <sigh>

    Not really. Properly designed controls on touch screen will be just fine... You will see...

    Anyone who thinks that the long-term viability of the IOS ecosystem as a significant home game player because of the lack of hard controls is just missing the picture.

    I can't figure out why some people think you have to look at the screen of a touchscreen device to use it to manipulate things in a game world. Between rotation and movement of the device itself with properly placed buttons you can do a lot with it, none of it requiring looking at the touch screen.

    I suspect most people could distinguish between the lower left corner of their device and the upper right corner, for instance, without looking at the screen.




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  • popelife
    Jan 3, 10:48 AM
    Anyway do you guys think a ultra portable Apple laptop is in the works?

    Like say a 12 inch Macbook Pro?

    I would have thought this was a certainty, but I think it's unlikely to be ready for MacWorld. Perhaps when a MBP redesign comes along (In conjunction with Santa Rosa?)

    New mobile processors from Intel arrive this month that make it all possible.

    If by some miracle there is a smaller laptop at MW, I think it'll be a 12" MacBook, rather than a MBP.

    A small MBP depends on finding a suitable low-power GPU, because otherwise there's not much to differentiate MB and MBP.

    See subnotebook discussion on the portables forum.




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  • vincenz
    Apr 3, 01:10 AM
    Great ad, love the new direction




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  • WRIGHTRACING
    Nov 15, 11:39 PM
    Toyota fixes all vehicles because they all have the potential to have dangerous problems.

    Most iPhone owners have no problem whatsoever, and there's no danger at all to anyone.

    So Toyota HAS to fix them all. It would be pointless for Apple to fix all iPhones in the field when most of them never have an issue needing a fix. But if you do have a problem, let them know and they will fix it for you for free. That's hardly a burden for such a non-dangerous situation.

    We live in this ridiculous era of expectations. Apple comes out with a reasonable solution to a problem that affects a tiny percentage of users, and they get slammed for it. Hypocrisy.

    This isn't necessarily directed at you, but to all of you comparing Apple/Phone manufacturer to Toyota/Car manufacturer.

    So the deal with the "SAFETY" recall of the sticking accelerator, the way it works in the auto industry, generally they catch these things in testing "ON TRACK", but this was one that slipped thru the tracks, just the same as software issues Apple had with iOS4.0 and 4.1 on the older iPhones. So the customers experienced the problem, and it was reported. Toyota(the same as all other greedy, self righteous companies out there, deny everything), then had to create a software fix for the problem in the computer of the car. They then mail out letter's to everyone, because this is a safety issue. You can bring your vehicle in, if you feel safe, and if not, they will tow it at cost to warranty.

    Now there are also other things that are problems with cars, and are reported by many consumers, but it isn't classified as a recall, because it is not a safety recall. Take the Chrysler 2.7 engine. It was unfortunate, because it was a good engine, but they had a flaw. The cylinder heads over time got oil buildup from the scorched oil around the overhead valvetrain. It was caused by the heads having a flaw in design that caused them to get hot spots and scorching the oil. So it was noted to Chrysler, and they decided if the engine had this problem and the owner kept sufficient evidence of oil changes, and it was within a certain mileage. They never sent this information out to anyone, and most don't know of this replacement, but the dealers know about it, and the company knows about it as well, and they will pay to replace it under certain circumstances, so long as you do your studying, and find what you can on this engine. As I said this is not safety related, and doesn't apply to everyone, so they don't let everyone know, or don't replace everyone's engine.




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  • darkplanets
    Jun 22, 12:13 PM
    As long as it has OSX (or whatever the next is) underneath, always, then I have no problems with an integrated iOS layer in OSX. In fact, I would much rather see dashboard disappear and iOS take its place, because let's face it; dashboard is worthless due to its horrible implementation.

    Let's make that a prediction, shall we?

    If this comes to fruition I see dashboard getting the boot and the iOS overlay taking its place, but only on touch enabled macs.

    Can someone say new touch enabled cinema display, as well as the new "track pad gadget" being released? This would make perfect sense, if this rumor were true.




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  • twoodcc
    Dec 31, 05:31 PM
    Sorry you couldn't have stayed in 4th place for longer lyzardking... but at least you can claim you were there! :D And you are getting more points for the team!

    And it looks like mc68k is definitly going to be our first to the big 10 mil!! You are cooking right now with over 600k ppw - as Jim Carey would say (in Mask) "smokin"!

    I have now organized my machines with five (linux) in the cold basement, and the 2 win/gpu machines in 4u boxes I got on ebay in the rack with the mac. I spent christmas day, snowbound, rerouting the wiring (and cleaning the "computer room" so everything at least looks much better. I actually got 4 4u cases so I have room to grow, they were $28 each plus $17? each for shipping. 4u is about the same size as a normal tower case so everything fits in nicely. I will post some pics soon.

    sounds nice. looking forward to seeing the pics

    Doesn't look like I'll be fifth for that long (looking over a shoulder at a quickly approaching twoodcc)

    :cool:

    ha. well it'll be a little while before i catch up to you.

    also, congrats to rreini for reaching 1 million points!




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  • daneoni
    Mar 24, 02:05 PM
    I wonder if support is really there or just the ability to identify the cards.

    Native Core Image acceleration and Quartz Extreme support on all those cards




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  • kepner
    Mar 31, 01:30 AM
    Are you able to download System Voices in DP2?

    No, unfortunately.




    evoluzione
    Aug 6, 09:27 PM
    anyone have any clues to whether the Apple retail stores are goig to be showing the keynote???




    SMM
    Nov 15, 06:40 PM
    Just asking a question, understand. But, is there a need to have more memory as twice as many requesting sources are accessing the memory pool?




    tablo13
    Sep 25, 11:54 PM
    Looking for some more information on a case, the Griffin iClear to be specific.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Griffin+Technology+-+iClear+Case+with+Arm+Band+for+4th-Generation+Apple%26%23174%3B+iPod%26%23174%3B+touch/1207257.p?id=1218234048743&skuId=1207257&st=griffin%20iclear&cp=1&lp=2

    Can't really tell too much from the rendered image here. If anyone gets it or sees it in a store, would you mind taking some pics? Main things I'd like to know are how the holes line up (Mic, Speaker, etc.) and if the strap on the back goes through the Hard Plastic (like if there's some slots on the back of the case the band slides through, or is it a clip-on). Would really appreciate any reports on this. My closest Best Buy is a good 30 minutes away and I'd rather save myself a trip if someone else is planning to go up there anyways.

    Try using the griffin website. :)




    Slix
    Mar 22, 07:56 PM
    I'm glad to see it not leaving. iPod Classic can't go! I mean, that's like, not good. :p




    drewyboy
    May 2, 04:36 PM
    I'm just wondering if this is a more thorough way of deleting the app. Like, taking out app support and preferences unlike when you just drag the app into the trash. Does this simply move it to the trash or does it take care of everything in the background?

    I think it is basically making 2 ways to delete an app, which I suppose will be more "user friendly" for people coming to Mac from the iDevices halo. But again, wondering if this actually cleans the apps crap up.



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