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  • drewyboy
    Aug 29, 01:34 AM
    Me personally, I like how the MBP are, but just give the Al. the black Al. such as the new U2 ipods have on the back. Very sleek and sexy.





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  • Repo
    Apr 30, 03:48 PM
    Curious that everyone is clamoring for a thunderbolt-enabled machine, but there isn't a single thunderbolt drive available on the market.

    Apple did the same thing with USB.





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  • Burnsey
    Apr 10, 11:33 PM
    Canada is sounding awfully good to me right now.

    Taxes, cell phone fees, gas and car prices are higher here. Pay for professional jobs also seems relatively lower compared to the US.





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  • thisisahughes
    Mar 23, 03:48 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8F190)

    How are you MBP owners liking your Thunderbolt port? Do you feel like someone with a DVD disk in 1975?

    I hadn't quite looked at it like that.





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  • Macnoviz
    Sep 20, 07:29 AM
    I think he just said "we hope to take this international in 2007" meaning tough **** you will have to wait most probably end of 2007. :rolleyes:

    In Belgium they promised us TV shows for still no word if that will be the case.

    It has only HDMI and component video outputs. These outputs are found only on HDTVs.

    Not true, al least not here in Belgium, and probably not in the US, too.

    All TV sets here have Component or SCART, which is basically your component pushed together in one block. When iTV is released here it will also include component to SCART as a standard accesory.

    They did last February - http://sanjose.bizjournals.com/sanjose/stories/2006/02/27/story5.html
    http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/02/20060227183355.shtml

    Wonder if they are using it for iTunes?

    I know, otherwise I wouldn't have known anything about data centers in the first place. They probably use it for iTS, since ,Mac hasn't really grown much





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  • starflyer
    Apr 4, 12:10 PM
    REAL police are hesitant to fire upon a fleeing suspect, why the **** is a mall cop shooting people in the head who are running away without any stolen property?

    Yes, they were running away and unarmed. Read the article before making such an idiotic post.





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  • kntgsp
    Apr 23, 03:18 AM
    As long as it doesnt shudder with the OS X animations and it plays 1080p smoothly, why does it matter? Do people really game on an Air?

    Because people are stupid, that's why.

    No one realistically games on a Macbook Air. And the SNB IGP is actually very capable. Their GMA offerings have generally always been crap but the 3000 is quite the opposite.

    That said, the main use for the Air is as an ultraportable. And the improved battery life and lowered heat output are major advantages for an ultraportable that only a moron would ignore.





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  • turbobass
    Mar 22, 08:45 PM
    I just want to say a big "AMERICA, **** YEAH!" about this ...

    But also I wanted to say we should be rewarding WIRELESS protocols. ThunderBolt = Fast, great. Polite golf clap. No AMERICA **** YEAH for ThunderBolt. Everything should be WIRELESS now. 2011 baby!:mad:





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  • PeterQVenkman
    Mar 22, 03:29 PM
    What about the Mac Pro? It's way past due, would that come first, before the iMac?

    Probably not until August at the earliest.





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  • Eidorian
    Sep 10, 05:31 PM
    What tone? Yeah I don't want to spend that much. I'm thinking $4k max for an 8 Core-In-One Mac Pro. I'm sure I'll be pretty happy with 8 until I find out I still have to wait a lot for video compressions to happen. Then I'll be right back here complaining about how 8 cores isn't enough either.I still wonder if all this video editing is personal or for profit. :rolleyes:





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  • Kyllle
    Apr 25, 04:22 PM
    After getting an iPhone 4 a few months ago, I've been finding myself increasingly drawn to other Apple products (what a surprise).
    I currently have an HP laptop from late and although the hardware isn't really out of date, I'm really excited to switch over to a MBP 15 hopefully around Christmas, once I've saved up enough money.

    I'm hoping the new MBPs will get a new design this fall, because if they don't and I buy one at Christmas, I know they'll get some major update as soon as I buy mine.
    Although I can't really think of a better design, I'm sure Apple will think of something that none of us have. I agree with others that dropping the optical drive would be nice to free up space for perhaps an SSD, as I use mine maybe every few months, but I don't see Apple doing this anytime soon as the MBP is supposed to be Apple's full-featured notebook. Maybe in about 2 years, but not now.

    I don't think the MBPs, already under an inch, would really benefit from getting thinner, instead I'd rather see either a bigger battery or SSD (128gb?). I have a 500gb HD right now, and only use about 150 of it, so I could probably live with a 128gb SSD alone, especially if it was included in the 15's $1800 base price.





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  • kavika411
    Apr 20, 10:04 AM
    I wonder, if in this day and age of "find my iPhone" and all the location-enabled apps on an iPhone, if it's not actually harder-to-the-point-of-impossible to ensure such information is immediately, constantly erased.





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  • mcmlxix
    Mar 29, 01:46 PM
    Finder does not support Cut and Paste for files, and is unlikely to do so. Its a philosophical difference, and to bring that up as an example of Win7 superiority is silly, at best. Apple could easily implement it, but they choose not to. Its another one of those "One button Mouse" deals, where Apple is being obstinate.

    But what then is Apple’s philosophy regarding cut & paste to move a file? Drag and drop should be used instead?

    This would be valid if Finder had a collapsible hierarchy in the menu bar; but it doesn’t. Who wants to alias every folder on to the menu bar? This would be valid if dragging a file (or folder) in one Finder window scrolled easily up and down. It’s dodgy at best.

    Should multipleFinder window should have to be open, even if they don’t snap together so you have to spend a lot of time resizing and moving windows?

    As for 2 button mice, sure Apple doesn’t have one, but that’s disingenuous, because of all intents and purposes, 1-finger click/tap = left button and 2-finger click/tap = right button.





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  • tsugaru
    Mar 22, 03:36 PM
    For a trip down memory lane:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwBY2Vft7wY

    Skip to 8:24.

    I wonder when Apple will do that again re: GPUs. Ever.





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  • prady16
    Sep 5, 12:35 PM
    I am betting on iPhone!





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  • Eidorian
    May 3, 11:07 AM
    Check it out.. 2x 30" Dell's connected to the 27 iMac

    Image (http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/05/imac-2011-05-03-600-58.jpg)

    http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/03/apple-imac-hands-on-with-dual-30-inch-displays-video/Needs more Eyefinity.





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  • balamw
    Sep 6, 01:18 AM
    If they can put the menu logic into iTunes, all the "Airport Express A/V" would have do do is add an H264 decoder chip and video DAC to the current Airport Express, that would be a pretty cheap solution.
    Just note that the H.264 decoder chip in the 5G iPod is what sets the resolution and bitrate limits for current iTMS videos to no more than 320x240 and under 768 kbps. Any more powerful chip would put out more heat and require a larger box to dissipate it. If they went with MPEG-4 they could already handle 2Mbps 480x480 files which is competitive with current digital satellite offerings.

    B





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  • MattyMac
    Sep 14, 11:42 AM
    I wish I was more into photography...I would probably be excited about this:rolleyes:





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  • dashiel
    Sep 15, 05:45 PM
    A shame about scrapping the idea of a ground up design - I hope that doesn't lead to a lack of innovation. That's what really leads Apple along! Although if they just make a killer phone (I'm sure they will at some point...) it's bound to sell buckets loads!

    Uber

    the ipod wasn't a ground up design either.

    portal player had the software, pixo designed the UI, toshiba had the new 1.8" hard drives and tony fadell who came up with the whole idea was an outside vendor who pitched the ipod to real networds first (who turned them down, genius).

    now admittedly, it was apple, jobs and ives' that took a good idea and refined it to being the great product introduced in '03, but the ipod was an interesting break from apple's NIH syndrome. so much so that i question the TS report about apple going for a ground up design.





    addicted44
    Mar 29, 11:56 AM
    He means CUT and paste hence the caps. Not copy. i.e. The text you select is both deleted and copied to the clipboard. I use it a lot myself in Windows and do miss it in OSX. Also allows you to easily move files around by CUT and pasting them :D

    SL has cut and paste. CMD+X, CMD+V

    Finder does not support Cut and Paste for files, and is unlikely to do so. Its a philosophical difference, and to bring that up as an example of Win7 superiority is silly, at best. Apple could easily implement it, but they choose not to. Its another one of those "One button Mouse" deals, where Apple is being obstinate.

    Windows 7 is a much better OS than its predecessors, but to claim it does the "little things" better than SL is so hilarious I don't know how to respond. There is literally no consistency between anything. Just go to the Control Panel, and while clicking dialogs you will be transported between windows that look like they are modern Web Pages (especially the network panels, with blinking computers) and panels that looked like they haven't realized that Windows 95 is obsolete yet.

    Windows 7 is a UI and usability nightmare (compared to SL, although much better than Vista). What I do give credit to MS for is that its security model is rock solid (probably better than Linux and most Unixes). Mac OS X has fallen behind in security. This, however, is not that big an issue anymore, IMO, because all OS security is complex enough that attackers are relying on OS vulnerabilities less, and Social Engineering more to gain access. Again, Windows's bad (and more important in this context, horribly inconsistent over the years) UI has made its users more vulnerable to such attacks.





    bdj21ya
    Oct 12, 04:11 PM
    Steve, if you are reading this, make a nano in ORANGE and I'll buy one. :)


    Sorry if someone already mentioned orange in this thread. I just came along and couldn't be bothered to read the entire thread up to this point.

    ORANGE!

    Personally, I'd love a true blue or navy blue one.





    shartypants
    Apr 11, 08:11 AM
    I can't imagine how Apple could have thought they could keep that private key secret forever.





    CrackedButter
    Sep 1, 11:40 AM
    Its about time, I mentioned this when the G5 iMacs came out, its obvious that this is going to happen, its a natural development of the iMac line. The evidence was there when the Cinema Displays were announced, the monitor support could clearly take a few heavier weight.

    Its good news though, if only to save money. Also...

    You heard it here first, come on 30" iMac!





    sinsin07
    Mar 23, 06:17 PM
    you don't think a web app will pop up for this the second these apps are removed from the store?

    ***I am 100% against drunk driving, if you drive drunk you are ignorant and should be put in jail. period.

    Point not relevant. Apple runs the biggest app store in the world with the most desired devices on the planet, as evidences by 200 people standing in line at the Fifth Ave store at 5:55 AM in the rain this morning,, 12 days after the release of the iPad2.



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