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  • reyrios
    Apr 26, 04:17 PM
    iOS needs to evolve. It is old and stale...

    How terrible is the notification system? And it's been around for almost 4 years!

    This is so true. Android might have its faults, but it seems years ahead of the iPhone in many areas. This is coming from an Apple fan, who at first didn't want to be rapped by AT&T's prices and bad service. So I waited 5 years until I tried an Android. I must say, is not perfect (just like the iPhone) but way more advanced. Notification, widgets, GPS, Google integration, wireless sync (to iTunes!!!!), setting profiles apps, numerous keyboards, tons of great web browsers, etc...

    Apple had a great product (still is) but their go to market strategy failed. If they would have gone with 2 providers and then rolled it out to all within 3 yrs, Android would have been history.

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  • rjohnstone
    Apr 26, 02:24 PM
    Apple is for people who like quality high-end stuff and Android is for Kmart shoppers ;)
    I feel sorry for you if you actually believe that.

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  • Thomas2006
    May 6, 06:07 AM
    I'm not saying this rumor is true, but I am saying "never say never". They are Apple, they will make it work no matter what processor they go with. :)
    Steve did say they had a goal of making OS X CPU/platform-agnostic. The Accelerate.framework, which came out before Apple announced they were switching to Intel, was the first publicly announced piece of this plan. Remember when all the 1337 coders said they could write better hand optimized Altivec code than what Apple could produce with their layer/wrapper? The people that used the Accelerate.framework had that much less to do to get their applications Intel-native.

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  • sonicboom
    Sep 10, 11:57 PM
    I seriously doubt laptop revisions will be announced. This event will focus on a specific message: we're in the movie download business now. They will also tie-in new products to take advantage of the movie service: new iPods and a Video Airport express.

    The folks on the Tivo forum are speculating that Apple might invite Tivo to the party:

    It is rumored that Tivo is releasing the new Series 3 machine on the same day (their HD Digital Media Recorder for cable and OTA). As the tie-in rumor goes, Apple would supply the content, and Tivo the platform to play it on.

    Personally, I'd be surprised if Apple's venture into the movie distribution business isn't an immediate flop. The $10/$15 price-points are way too high when compared to what you can buy the physical disk for. Plus, services like Netflix offer a much better value.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 24, 09:10 AM
    No, he's talking about the drawing that shows something like a 24" iMac than can be swivelled down on your desktop from it's normal upright position to a slightly inclined position (like an iPad on it's new triangle smart cover back rest) and then you lift your arms up and use the 24" screen like an iPad.

    Seems such a bad idea.

    I like the idea of a giant touch screen in the surface of a desk, for some uses, but I'm really unsure about swinging an iMac screen around and sticking your hands all over it.

    This image here:

    Yeah, neat idea conceptually...but in practice I would personally rather not have my iMac look like a school bus window:p

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  • mscriv
    Apr 14, 10:23 AM
    But every American should be chipping in to solve the issues that we're facing.

    We're in the lifeboat, and the water's rising. Everybody pick up a pail and start bailing.

    Admittedly, I didn't read the article posted by rdowns, but from reading the quotes he put in the OP, I'd have to say I disagree somewhat with your comments. Sure, we should all be working together, but the point is that those who are making the most are not paying at the same share/percentage as those who are lower or middle income.

    Is it fair and in line with "everyone chipping in" if the person making $50,000 a year has to pay 20+% of their income, but the person making $1,000,000 a year only has to pay 16%?

    Additionally, let's not forget that there is a lot of tension between "everyone chipping in" and the select few who make the decisions about how what has been "chipped in" gets spent. I have no problem doing my part to pay taxes as I do benefit from roads, schools, etc., but I do have a problem with a lot of the wasteful ways in which tax money is spent. We could all benefit from some efficiency, improved budgeting, and controlled spending on the government level.

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  • roocka
    Mar 28, 10:51 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Maybe this will give Apple more time to devote to perfecting the Liquidmetal battery for the LTE release. If that is the case, I'm totally excited for the three month wait. It wil cause Droid sales to fall off a cliff when it's announced!

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 7, 01:21 PM
    Apple is anticompetitive and should be shut down. By producing products customers want when others in the industry can't, they are forcing the competition out of business.

    If Apple is not shut down, they should be forced to only sell the products designed by RIM and Google, while Google and Rim can build any Apple product they want. Apple also needs to be forced to fire their QC department. While they are at it, they might want to replace their marketing department with a bunch of rabid chimps. They might also be forced to purchase advertising for RIM.

    Apples cash reserves also give them an unfair advantage. Perhaps they should give half their money to RIM. Perhaps Apple should design and build the products and sell them, however, RIM and Google would get the money.


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  • ravenvii
    Jul 29, 09:00 PM
    If they somehow include a full qwerty thumb keyboard, this sleek and sexy phone is mine.

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  • ghostface147
    May 4, 03:55 PM
    As long as "preferred" doesn't mean the only way to get it, I'm good.

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  • The Norman
    Mar 29, 11:13 AM
    Streaming aside, I like how my kindle books sync to ALL of my devices from Amazon's cloud. Obviously DRM is annoying, but this seems to be a cool direction to go in for other media as well. Add streaming for music (maybe video) and it is perfect. You can download or stream anything you own. Have Apple implement the end user GUI app and we're set. You are all right to point out the impending data transfer price hell coming from our wireless carriers.

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  • MacGeek1993
    May 4, 06:34 PM
    I don't like this at all.

    I mean, yeah, hopefully they will distribute Mac OS X Lion on disc in retail stores but I like to have physical copies of my software, rather than a file on my computer. The chance of data corruption is far less likely, depending on how well you take care of your discs.

    Also, I'm estimating that Mac OS X Lion will be a pretty large file. Maybe 4gb? Not everyone has broadband, some people are still on dial-up. Can you imagine how long it would take downloading a 4gb file over 56k?

    Also, how will they distribute the download? Will the file be an ISO or DMG file? How do you install it from that file?

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  • JesterJJZ
    Apr 21, 04:52 PM
    Here's a quick scale / mockup

    Does not like.

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  • jessica.
    May 7, 09:54 AM
    What they need is tier level pricing. Those who wish to only use the features of say Find My iWhatever can choose just that, storage + e-mail, e-mail, etc.

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  • JAT
    Apr 20, 12:02 PM
    You're just screwing with me, right? Because this has nothing to do with what I actually wrote.
    Yes, the US is literally the entire world. There are no other countries, let alone other countries with 12-month contracts. Why, Sir, that would be inconceivable!
    I think it does. Obviously, so did others.

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  • callmemike20
    Apr 18, 08:18 PM
    What constitutes being a "last resort"?

    It makes more sense to me to put in clauses that reverse tax increases once a goal has been reached.

    Use all the tools in the tool chest to solve the problem.

    You clause is a great idea, but we all know that taxes never go away. Wasn't the income tax supposed to be temporary also? Once the government gets their hands on more money, they become less worried about adjusting their spending because the problem is basically fixed (in their minds) due to the additional income.

    You are right about using all the tools available to solve the problem. So let me recommend something. It's basically a reversal of your clause. The clause would allow a taxation adjustment (which would be predetermined) once 20% of spending has been cut (or some other amount).

    An example (with simplified numbers):

    Government Income: $1 billion
    Government Spending: $1.50 billion
    Total government debt: $5 billion

    Defense Spending: $ 300 million (20%)
    Social Security: $300 million (20%)
    Police/Fire Spending: $200 million (about 13%)
    Medical: $250 million (about 17%)
    Other: $450 million (30%)

    Now, let's say an agreement was made that would increase tax income to $1.2 billion, but in order for those taxes to be effective, the spending must be cut to $1.1 billion ( $0.1 billion difference for miscalculations and to pay off debt). So, each of those departments should still obtain the same amount of funding as % of government income, so 20% of $1.1 billion would be $220 million, which is a reduction of 80 million for defense.

    Go down the line and do this for every department. If it doesn't work, then cut other programs to provide adequate funding the the extremely necessary departments that need it.

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  • Shasta
    Aug 2, 11:54 AM
    This is a summary of what I think WWDC will be like: more can be found at a thread I unfortunately wrote right as this one was being published.

    "Myths, Dreams, and Expectations"

    so here we go!

    Powerbook G5

    New Displays
    Price Drops
    Free Candy and Naked Women

    OSX 10.5
    New Hardware: Pro Macs, X Serves, MacBook Pros

    My reasons for all of this can be found at the other thread

    (Sorry for the thread spamming)

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  • soldatodipxao
    Sep 15, 10:20 PM
    This looks great... I've been reading macrumors for quite some time now... been planning for merom since summer... this will be my first apple experience... can't wait!

    I ordered a macbook pro for my sister on thursday (she wanted to take advantage of the ipod deal for students) and her shipment info says shipping on the 19th (maybe the REAL tuesday!) and arriving on the 25th (coincidence?). she ordered a custom 15' macbook pro. looks like a good sign to me!

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  • NY Guitarist
    Apr 21, 03:24 PM
    You'd think they'd want maybe to put more capabilities into expanding the GPU power to help with OpenCL and GCD - we'll see, but wouldn't a Mac Pro mountable rack or a new Xserve version want this?

    Hell yeah.. :cool:

    Apr 26, 04:20 PM
    Plain and simple. This problem for Apple would go away over the course of 6 months if they were on all 4 US carriers.

    Jul 23, 02:53 PM
    Just so long as they don't make the glossy screen standard on the MBP, like they did on the MB. I can't stand that glare ridden, reflective surface finish!

    Yeah the glossy screen is annoying, reason enough to order a custom job.

    Apr 18, 03:37 PM
    Dang it!

    Ya'll beat me too it.

    It's nice to know though, that there are some at Macrumors that actually KNOW where Apple got most of their "innovation" from.

    And I hope no one goes mentioning the Newton . . . when a simple Wikipedia search will do.

    Show me something that works as well BEFORE Apple demoed the iPhone.

    Technology =/= usability.

    If you hate Apple then why are you doing here?

    Mar 29, 02:18 PM
    Can I just say I am amazed at some of the responses on this thread. Typical American and often I must admit British protectionism coming straight out like a bad smell. Without these so called "3rd world" workers Apple would be a lowly player. Firstly Japan is not "3rd world". It is one of the most developed countries in the world, and has some of the most adept and intelligent people on this planet. Secondly, the term "3rd world" and "1st world" is offensive. The proper term is developing and developed world. Thirdly, I am sure that we will all be fine if we dont get a few iPod batteries or glue. People have died over there and continue to die because of this tragedy. This is surely more important than a load of old microchips. Sorry. Rant over.


    Aug 2, 11:47 AM
    The single most thing that I'm excited for is the Leopard Preview... Nevermind that it's the only thing *confirmed*. ;) After that, anything else is just icing on the cake!:D

    (Apparently, I'm easy to please!)

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