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  • lilo777
    Apr 18, 04:35 PM
    Apple *have* patented the look of icons: http://www.edibleapple.com/apple-granted-eu-patents-on-24-ios-icon-designs/ and Samsung clearly infringes on them.

    (I'm not sure if a similar, US patent exists.)

    I doubt that "looks" can be patented in US. Anyways, according to this article: "The patent application was originally filed in September 2010 and also encapsulates designs pertaining to the reflective nature of icons in the iPad dock (wherein the reflection also describes the function of said icon/app).". There is nothing reflective about Samsung icons.





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  • navguy
    Jan 2, 03:42 PM
    Been using the TomTom car kit since Xmas ... very useful ... and i have no problems with rotation when hiting bumps :)

    question:

    when window mount, there is a small slightly domed section that looks like it houses the GPS antennae (total guess); however, when i dash mount this section of mount faces down into the dash ... does anyone know where the antennae is? and whether dash mount negatively impacts the receiving signal?

    thanks!





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  • bryanc
    Jul 24, 09:58 AM
    I'm going to be using my laptop for teaching in the fall, which means some fairly strenuous 3D molecular rendering, large movies, wireless internet and standard keynote (all simultaneously, of course), as well as the standard day-to-day chores.

    I could manage with my ageing G4 AlBook (it continues to run like a champ, but it's a bit slow for the 3D molecular rendering, and it staggers a little with the big animations) but it occurred to me that, even with daily backups, should I have a catastrophic system failure, I couldn't get a replacement in time for the next lecture. So I've decided to buy a new laptop, and keep my venerable G4 AlBook as a backup system.

    But I want any new system to be 64-bit, and otherwise as 'future-proof' as possible, so I'm going to hold out for the new merom-based MBPs. I'm really excited about the possibility of going top-of-the-line for the first time ever. I'm hoping for a system that looks like this:

    17" anodized black MBP, with 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, 1 GB RAM, a 7200 rpm 120 GB HD, 802.11n, and a blu-ray Superdrive. Should be just over $3k with my educational discount, right?

    Cheers





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  • wschutz
    Mar 30, 05:56 PM
    MacRumors is keeping up with this obvious error. I doubt Lion will be ready even by the WWDC. A summer release is what I predict.

    Thanks Captain Obvious... I think that is what Apple said at the very beginning ;)





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  • nastebu
    Mar 29, 04:07 PM
    Sorry, there is no comparison. US agriculture does not have anywhere near the level of protectionism as Japanese agriculture. Nor does any US industry, with the exception of defense contractors.

    And what makes you think a small farmer is somehow superior to DelMonte?

    As for who subsidizes agriculture more, I'm unsure, but it's probably close. From the wikipedia article: "A Canadian report claimed that for every dollar U.S. farmers earn, 62 cents comes from some form of government, with total aid in 2009 from all levels of government adding up to $180.8 billion." What's the comparative level in Japan?

    The small farmer vs. delMonte is an interesting question. It's a question of values. DelMonte produces cheaper, lower quality food. Small farmers produce more expensive, generally higher quality food. So which you subsidize is a question of social policy.

    In Japan, there are lots of small farmers who have kept their farms, and a very strong bias to eat locally. This means that food is of better quality and supports local communities. In the US, massive supermarket chains have tended to dominate food retail, and since they rely on national distribution, food tends to be very processed and have an enormous carbon footprint. It also means lots of mcJobs instead of local businesses.

    I prefer the small farmer.





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  • bed
    Mar 30, 10:36 PM
    Auto Save/Restore like I said is just Time Machine in a different direction,

    Auto Save / Versions is nothing like Time Machine or the technology it uses behind the scenes. Sure versions uses a similar UI for restoring, so this makes it 'the same'? See http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/11/03/01/insider_mac_os_x_10_7_lion_auto_save_file_versions_and_time_machine.html





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  • ciTiger
    Apr 23, 06:08 PM
    Finally a screen quality on my MBP to rival that of my iP4! Hopefully the next MBP refresh will bring these retina displays!!!





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  • nagromme
    Aug 11, 11:00 AM
    My guess: it's a game of "telephone" in which someone misunderstood the meaning of "both laptops." I think it means the 15" and 17" MBP, not the MBP and MB.

    Which does the bottom-end laptop buyer need the most? A lower price (with no reduction in Apple profits) or faster CPU? The former of course, so as Yonah drops in price I expect it to be used for some time to come.

    Yonah is already a VERY fast, G5-class processor--and Apple's bottom model has two of them! It's not screaming for an upgrade when that would prevent a price drop.

    The need for 64-bit will come to low-end users, but not yet.





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  • Moyank24
    May 3, 05:46 PM
    We may need a woman in charge, because Lord knows none of the men will ask for directions. ;)

    But, yeah, I'm for exploring the room we are in.





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  • silentnite
    May 4, 03:17 PM
    I'm sure it will be sold in store as well. I just can't see apple cutting Amazon & all the other apple resellers out of the deal.





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  • guzhogi
    Aug 4, 08:04 AM
    I think I remember reading on one of the MacRumors forums that Merom is really a full 64-bit processor, but rather a 32-bit w/ 64-bit extensions or something. Any truth in this?





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  • strausd
    Mar 31, 09:59 AM
    Hey Devs, any info on TRIM support for Lion?

    Ya I am wondering this too, especially for non-Apple SSDs.





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  • dukebound85
    May 5, 11:51 AM
    Sorry it took so long to respond to this; I assure you it took only a second to Google (this is just the first result I found):

    http://lamar.colostate.edu/~hillger/pays-off.html

    quoting links from my school eh? lol





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  • TheBobcat
    Nov 27, 08:37 AM
    I just really haven't seen a compelling reason to spend the money for a tablet PC/Mac.

    "You can write on it! And Take Notes!" Yeah...and? I can also spend 50 cents on a notebook and write on that too! Besides, I can type faster than I can write.

    "Home automation!" Maybe, if I made over $300,000 a year and could afford the smugness of turning my lights on and off with a computer as opposed to a light switch.

    I feel that a tablet to most people is just a giant PDA, and I really don't see myself using it for any other reason than that. I know there are business reasons to have tablets, like for nurses, or production people, etc., but for the average person, what's the revolution? Too much money for too little IMO.

    An Apple PDA with a mobile OSX? Now we're talkin'.





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  • ucfgrad93
    May 4, 12:16 PM
    We can spend our time insulting him until then. :)

    Sweet!:D





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  • Erasmus
    Aug 4, 10:05 PM
    I agree but think likely by Thanksgiving. I think mini will get the 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo Combo and 1.87 GHz Core 2 Duo Superdrive upgrades thus ending the last Mac to have only one core as well as the end of all 32-bit Macs. :)

    OK, being an Australian, and blissfully ignorant to the ways of the American, when is Thanksgiving? Before or after Paris?

    I say new iPods at Paris, and maybe some software. It would be great if all Macs were Core 2 Generation before the Paris Expo.





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  • mrelwood
    Mar 29, 03:37 PM
    Nanobots in the bloodstream!

    Ooh... iBot Nano! I want to line up for one of THOSE!

    I suppose we'll have to sync via IV drip?

    Nah, Jobs has been working on WiFi sync for atleast a year now. It'll be ready by then. In WHITE!





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  • Apple OC
    Apr 20, 12:22 AM
    this seems very likely .... looking forward





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  • wildmac
    Aug 7, 03:13 PM
    LAME

    � $2,499 standard price of Mac Pro ($2,299 for Education)

    ��$2,124 is the lowest you can configure the Mac Pro ($1,962 for Education)

    ���To get it that low, you have to drop the processors from 2.66GHz to 2GHz and and the hard drive from 250GB to 160GB

    � Airport Extreme & Bluetooth 2.0 still not standard

    � Weak graphics card standard (GeForce 7300, ugh)

    and as a sidenote:

    � MacBook Pro & MacBook processors untouched

    � iMac untouched

    � iPod product line grows more stale by the day

    ITS A DEVELOPERS CONFERENCE !!!!!!!!!! NOT A GIVE-THE-WHINY-CONSUMERS-EVERYTHING-THEY-WANT-MACWORLD-CONFERENCE!!!!!!!!

    Give it a rest!!!!

    Do you really need a new #%&$*%^& iPod?...

    Do you wnat a CPU update in your laptop weekly?...

    sheesh!!!!

    go buy a Dell and enjoy!!!!





    res1233
    May 6, 07:36 AM
    Microsoft isnt switching over to just ARM. They're just making Windows compatible on ARM. For their Windows 8 Tablets most likely.




    aptar
    Sep 16, 07:36 PM
    I am curious tho, if people placed their orders now and lets say the new mbp comes out on the 19th, then how will they adjust the specs and price for the one you ordered and the one that ships? Will they contact you ahead of time or just send you a similar spec based on your price?

    Any ideas? :o

    I ordered my iPod literally the day before the changeover. They then emailed me with the option of keeping original order (with new pricing) or changing to new one (and lose student rebate option). They have a 'transition' page and everything to make your decision, so I would assume they'd do the same with active MBP orders.





    Thex1138
    Mar 26, 10:40 PM
    iOS is centric to iPhone and I can't really see why the sudden shift from the status quo.
    The scorching success of iPhone 4 hand set is really setting the pace.
    The Lion revision of OSX will probably see much more inheritance of features and the ap-verse of iOS.

    In my view the real buzz for iOS 5 might be the appearance of the whole swag of new touch gestures that Apple have been working on and previewed in the recent beta.

    That along with the cloud, NFC and maybe 4G.

    I think that the only thing that might trigger iPad 3 to market could be the success rate of OLED screen manufacture process. Currently I take it that for larger screens the death rate of OLED pixels seems too high.... Either that or a retina level of screen res might trigger iPad 3 to market by years end.
    :)





    talkingfuture
    Apr 7, 09:31 AM
    That cash mountain that Apple have must be really useful for this kind of thing.





    wizard
    Mar 29, 04:11 PM
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    Always looking at the negative side of things. Maybe a little radiation will lead to higher power densities.

    These jokes just aren't funny.

    It's too early for this. Maybe it will never not be too early for this, but please have some sensitivity for people who have friends/family/are themselves in affected areas.


    Actually, Japanese companies manufacturing products in Japan is extremely inefficient due to the high cost, and due primarily to protectionism and racial pride. The Japanese domestic market is known for being highly inefficient.

    Do you have any evidence for this?

    Who is joking here?

    A better battery is highly improbable. However if you only look at the dark side of an event you pass up any chance of benefitting from it. Certainly it isn't good to have your nukes melt down but this is also a learning opportunity. That is if people can look at what is happening objectively. If all you see is people getting irradiated then you aren't looking at the bigger picture.



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