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  • Abstract
    Oct 23, 06:41 AM
    Well when you really think about it, at least one of these rumours has got to be true. We have MBP Merom rumours that cover every week from August til January 2007.




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  • Eraserhead
    Mar 31, 03:23 PM
    Admittedly, the Brits aren't very good at letting it go either.

    We did more history coverage of WW2 than India and China combined.




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  • Eraserhead
    Mar 20, 06:22 PM
    What does homeopathy achieve?

    The placebo effect.

    You can't even test homeopathy scientifically against a placebo because the placebo would be identical to the remedy!

    The reason you test against the placebo rather than no medicine at all is that the placebo effect is non-trivial.




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  • Surf and Turf
    Oct 24, 06:23 AM
    dun get excited it is just routine maintanace. The new mbk will will be released late november
    sorry




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  • mrjain
    Jan 12, 12:47 AM
    Maybe Apple's poster actually says more but we can't see the bottom?

    Something like: "There's something in the air... blow it out your ass Microsoft" :p

    I'm crying right now, that was funny as hell.


    mrj

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  • spicyapple
    Aug 29, 01:54 PM
    Hope they bring back the $499 price point, Merom or not
    I agree. :)

    I was shocked when the price of the core duo minis increased in price above $500. As mentioned several times, that is the reason to buy a Mac mini. I think we'll see meroms in the iMacs as they represent the mid-level Macs in Apples line-up.




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  • bigdaddyp
    Sep 14, 11:45 AM
    They DO, I don't think you have the facts. CR held Lexus' feet to the fire to get them to act on the GX - http://blogs.consumerreports.org/cars/2010/04/consumer-reports-2010-lexus-gx-dont-buy-safety-risk.html .

    Follow up - Lexus fixed the problem and CR lifted their "DO NOT BUY" recommendation - http://blogs.consumerreports.org/cars/2010/05/video-lexus-gx-460-passes-retest-consumer-reports-lifts-dont-buy-label.html . CR is *NOT* the problem here, it's Apple penchant for hubris/self-involvement. I love Apple and their products, but I'm not fooling myself to expect that they'll be any more consumer-friendly and honest than they need to be to turn a profit/feed Steve's ego.

    The problem I sometimes have with their recommendations is that their reports are written to assume you are a total dumba$$ with no personal responsibility.

    If you are driving a 2 1/2 ton suv like its a sports car then there is a good chance that you will be forcibly yanked out of the gene pool. Ten years ago many or most large suvs would have tipped over or gone out of control in that scenario. Instead of praising the advances automakers have made they instead have a hissy fit that a large, heavy automobile can get a bit loose when driven beyond its limits.

    How about reminding their readers that electronic stability control can't overcome the laws of physics and extra care needs to taken when driving large, top heavy vehicles in curves.

    Yes I am glad that Toyota tweaked and improved the stability control, but I think this illustrates that Cr. feels the consumer has no or little personal responsibility for their actions.




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  • ozreth
    Nov 25, 12:31 AM
    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41C0o2GAJGL._SS500_.jpg

    Props if anyone knows who used that bag.

    No clue but could you please tell me where to purchase it? Its exactly what Im looking for!




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  • Nuvi
    Apr 13, 01:52 AM
    I love the fact that Apple has adopted the iMovie UI for FCP X. That makes the transition from iMovie to FCP X that much easier

    You make your living editing film or video? Didn't think so...

    --

    Too bad they didn't mention anything about rest of the FCS apps, nothing about volume licensing, other delivery methods then App Store, upgrade pricing from FCS.




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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 7, 05:11 AM
    Last time we played we beat you 3-0 in England im pretty sure.

    We should have won the bloody world cup.

    We dominated against Italy until Grosso dived and got the most dodgy penalty in history, then we would have smashed ukraine in the quarters, then we would have been in the semi's against Germany, then anythign could have happened. Lets just say FIFA didnt want us to win, because its the one sport we 'aren't meant to dominate'. So the ref played it that way.

    People should have learned not to count out an Aussie. Our spirit means we have the best in every field from sport to soldiers.

    We would kick ur ass

    I didnt mean the England team. They cant win anything - in my opinion because of all the media crap. I meant I would PERSONALLY KICK YOUR ASS! :D

    Anyhoo... lets not get off topic. Leopard and MacPros. WOO WOO!!!!! :D




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  • guez
    Sep 7, 03:37 PM
    Actually the move to Intel has opened Apple to fast depreciation - and that isnt going away.

    Many here seem to 'bitch' that Mac is now in competition with the PC in the hardware stakes and sadly that damages your resale value however the benefits are immense, I am sure Apple will be able to secure lower unit costs aswell as faster processors and newer technology. Its great for apple and for us buying, just bad if you sell hardware before it looses all value completely. It also means we will see these refreshes more often and so we will be buying more up to date hardware which as a PC user is great...

    This raises an interesting question. I'm not so much interested in depreciation as obsolescence. My experience has been that if you buy the right Mac (this is key), it can last 4 years, or more, and system updates/upgrades will not seriously degrade performance (sometimes there can even be an improvement, as with Panther). This is NOT my experience with Wintel. Is this going to change with Intel? Perhaps the readership of this blog does not fall in this category, but Macs have historically appealed to those who want to spend a little more money for more value (including a longer useful life)-the same people who drive a Honda Civic into the ground rather than buying a Chevy Malibu every three years (sorry, I couldn't think of another example).

    Are we entering the age of the Walmart-ifation of Macs: less value, but cheaper?




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  • NebulaClash
    Sep 14, 11:06 AM
    Want to know an issue that actually DOES bother me about iOS devices? No? Well I'm bored so tough.

    I still want to know why I can't plug an iPhone into any computer and use it as a mass storage device for quick transfer of large files?

    Android can do this, Symbian can do this, it is not difficult. The thing comes with 32GB of space and I can't dedicate even 1GB of that to a mass storage mount? Really? It's one of the biggest business uses I have for the device. I shouldn't have to carry around a USB stick anymore. Hell with Symbian3 you can even plug a USB stick/drive DIRECTLY INTO the Symbian3 phone itself to move files.

    Screw you Steve. Seriously, screw you. That is one of the biggest reasons I will continue to jailbreak. That and a complete lack of quick access to my Wifi/Bluetooth/GPS/3G radio controls.

    Interesting. Instead of jailbreaking, know what I do? I copy my files onto my iOS devices as a backup. No problem. I have several GB of data on both my iPod touch and my iPad.




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  • torn
    Oct 2, 10:41 AM
    I also bought mine from ebay

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160479649119




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  • Chef Medeski
    Jul 14, 11:49 AM
    The real deal about codecs from Wikepedia:

    HD DVD:

    the same video compression techniques: MPEG-2, Video Codec 1 (VC1) and H.264/MPEG-4 AVC.

    HD DVD can be mastered with up to 7.1 channel surround sound using the linear (uncompressed) PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS formats also used on DVDs. In addition, it also supports Dolby Digital Plus and the lossless formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD.

    BD:

    decode at least the following codecs: MPEG-2, the standard used for DVDs; MPEG-4's H.264/AVC codec; and VC-1, a codec based on Microsoft's Windows Media 9. Realistically, when using MPEG-2, quality considerations would limit the publisher to around two hours of high-definition content on a single-layer BD-ROM. The two more advanced video codecs can typically attain four hours of high quality video.

    For audio, BD-ROM supports up to 7.1 channel surround sound using the linear (uncompressed) PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS formats also used on DVDs. In addition, it also supports Dolby Digital Plus and the lossless formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD.

    So, easily seen. The employ the exact same codecs. The only difference is:

    BD:
    Stricter DRM control
    Much More Scratch Resistant
    Greater future capacites

    HD-DVD:
    Cheaper to manufacture

    And if Toshiba can make a 6-layer disc... well then that means a 90GB HD-DVD..... not bad. That would pull it in right above the total capacity of my PB HD.




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  • balamw
    Sep 6, 06:42 PM
    This brings up another point. There are a lot of "hackers" out there who, I would think, wouldn't have a lot of difficulty breaking encryption or copy protection on the possible movie rentals from iTunes. I think that would be another reason Apple would avoid rentals.
    Don't be so sure. The iTunes 6 audio DRM has only just been broken after almost 11 months of fervent effort, and as far as I know the video DRM has yet to be broken.

    Just in time for iTunes 7. :p.

    The current DRMed files are useless when backed up to a DVD unless you have the correct iTMS username/password.

    B




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  • Ted Witcher
    Mar 22, 05:40 PM
    Oh, wait, I see. Voyager.




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  • ErikGrim
    Apr 4, 07:25 PM
    I don't know about this whole fullscreen mode thing. The more "features" they add, the less I like it. I like to see pertinent information at a glance. I don't understand why the menu bar has to be hidden. I lose the ability to see my battery %, wifi status, even the time of day at a glance. All for what? to save 20 pixels of space? I'm sorry but if you need screen space that badly you should invest in a bigger monitor. Even the iOS devices leave the information bar at the top... :o

    Just my thoughts...
    Then don't use full screen �? No one is forcing it on you.

    I use full screen for mail on my 27". Would be useless to put Safari on FS on that size, but I can see why it would be useful on an 11" Air.




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  • bigandy
    Nov 27, 01:56 PM
    i would like to see this display option.

    however, as stated, coming from DigiTimes this could just be hot air. :rolleyes:




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  • Phishin' it
    Oct 23, 09:32 AM
    http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/intelcoreduo.html

    That no longer exists. Go to the mbp page and click the core duo icon, and I get a page not found.

    This will probably change by the time anyone verifies it. :rolleyes:



    I got the same thing.




    jonharris200
    Sep 1, 04:00 PM
    "Thin is in". I like that slogan.




    Ted Witcher
    Mar 22, 05:38 PM
    Just put it in a YoTank case like I did. You can drive your car over it without damaging the iPod.

    http://www.substrata.ca/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/CJE3140.jpg

    More pics here (http://www.substrata.ca/blog/uncategorized/portable-music-rig/).

    That's an Emmeline DAC? You're not using USB?




    Doraemon
    Mar 19, 07:59 AM
    In Australia (where Im from), the market is dead ! Most Apple Stores are large and if you ive in the Country - they don't exist. The rest of Asia is like that.

    Like you can expect to have a Mac store in the middle of nowhere. That's BS. It's not profitable to run a Mac store in the (Australian) desert.

    And have you ever been to China? You'll find lots of Apple stores there. And if you are in Japan, go to Akihabara, man and take a look around. There are like 14 Mac stores within three blocks.

    I am outside the US. And there are iPod ads where ever I go.

    And no, Apple is not dying. The markets where Apple is dominant will remain like that, since Apple is "attack[ing]" (to quote you) in the pro music and pro video markets. And in these markets Apple is making lots of money.




    islanders
    Dec 28, 10:41 AM
    SeaFox, So what you are saying its that:

    �You're comparing apples to oranges now. A cable box is a tuner and a self-contained unit. As far as we know, iTV will not have a tuner. Its only known function at this time is to stream content from a Mac, so that makes iTV like a Slingbox, not a cableco DVR. And Slingboxes don't have hard drives.�

    1) the iTV should is not and should not have a harddrive, or any kind of computer capabilities? You say I�m comparing apples to oranges when I said my cable box has a harddrive, assuming I don�t know what a tuner is, when I was just saying a harddive is not that big a deal. And if it doesn�t have one that will be less of a reason to buy one.

    2) �The bandwidth problem has already been addressed.�




    jowie
    Apr 26, 01:17 PM
    App Store [TM]

    I think you mean App Store�​

    Never forget cmd-alt-2 (or apple-option-2 if you're old-skool) ;)



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