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  • sunspot42
    Apr 22, 01:05 AM
    Replacing the desk make add 5% to the total cost of the new computer

    It's not a desk, it's a wardrobe, and it holds a ton of stuff besides the computer. Replacing it would cost at least $1,000, which is about half as much as a Mac Pro costs.

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  • meanmusic
    Sep 15, 04:36 PM
    2.16 and 2.33 Merom options
    Magnetic latch
    MacBook style keyboard
    New video card (Nvidia?)
    160GB hard drive option

    IMO, these are the least that Apple can do to keep up with other high performance notebooks in the market. I think new MBP's will arrive one the same day as Photokina although they may not be highlighted at the event.

    Please don't mess with the keyboard. The Macbook keyboard wouldn't suit the Macbook Pro.

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  • ViviUO
    Apr 21, 04:09 PM
    Good bye expandability, hello cooling issues!

    Seriously, why not just keep the xserve and leave the MP alone? Where are we supposed to stuff our upgrades into such a small form factor? Sounds really stupid.

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  • Mechcozmo
    Nov 22, 01:34 AM
    blah blah blah Our hardware is incredibly expensive for what you can do with it blah blah blah Our software is older than XP blah blah blah blah Our new software is more delayed than Vista blah blah blah Our products kicked the Newton's arse a decade ago blah blah blah Apple can't beat the clear market leader blah blah blah

    I've been waiting for Palm OS 6 to come out for just about five years now. I'm not buying a new Palm... I'll just stick to my b0rked Tungsten|T. Programmed life expectancy, ha! But damn, that Soylent Green is tasty!

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  • MacBuck
    May 8, 08:03 AM
    I'm one of the people that find the price tag to be a bit hefty. But, I'd rather not use it than have a free watered-down service.

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  • bastienvans
    Mar 30, 08:40 PM
    I can confirm that Preview 2 works w/ the 2011 MBPs.

    Thank you.

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  • Piggie
    Apr 23, 04:56 PM
    Agreed re: future-proofing, but are you seriously suggesting that Apple isn't serious about GPUs? They've probably got a higher "minimum acceptable" standard for GPU performance than any other manufacturer. The one thing they don't do is chase the bleeding edge super-high-end gaming GPUs.

    Also: games don't HAVE to render at native display resolutions. And as resolution gets higher, the artifacts from not being at the native level become much less visible.

    Apple's problem is that they put "Looks" before performance.

    They crippled their chances of ever becoming a serious competitor to the PC for games due to deciding to use giant laptops on a stand which meant they could not cool any decent graphics cards, handing the gaming crown to the PC for years on a plate.

    As for the future who knows.

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  • Ava's Meeshee
    Apr 20, 09:31 AM
    Oh, right, so that justifies arrogance, parochialism and chauvinism. Carry on then.

    What justifies European & European colonial sense of entitlement in forums like these?

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  • Rocketman
    Nov 26, 06:46 PM

    Whoever named a microphone "micro" in the 60's needs 1000 people to buy him a beer.


    Send it via the internet!

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  • aswitcher
    Aug 7, 02:26 PM
    Excellent. Now it's time to wait for the sub-$2000 "Pro" desktop announcement. There's a suspicious gap in their lineup. Mac Pro Cube (http://macprocube.com), perhaps?

    Agreed.I was heartened to see no Core 2 duo low end for this very reason.

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  • Cobrien
    Aug 7, 05:07 PM
    Geez, have you seen the specs you can upgrade to.

    2TB hard drive and 16000MB ram, omggfg.

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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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  • Slurpy2k8
    Apr 7, 02:10 PM
    Ehh, purposeful or not (as a sabotage)...not good news for iPad competition:( Which isnt good news for us iPad users...Apple needs constant pressure to release revolutionary products.

    Uh, no they don't. Where was the 'constant pressure' when they released the iPad? The iPhone? The iPod? Apple has released its most revolutionary products in markets with mediocre products, and have essentially created new markets with their products, which when released were not in competition with anything. Apple functions independently from 'competition'- They're not a reactive company. Your assertion has absolutely no historical evidence.

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 18, 02:56 PM
    Have you looked at the TouchWiz UI? It's almost identical to iOS - dock at the bottom, pages of icons in a grid and you even remove applications in the same way as you do on the iPhone. I've nothing at all against competition for iOS, but they shouldn't just rip the design off

    Looking at the TouchWiz UI, I see your point.

    But, at what point does an interface become too generic? For example, the concept of pages of icons in a grid isn't really new or innovative. The concept of swiping across screens is simple and intuitive and should be standardized
    (e.g. copied) for that exact reason. Should other phone makers put the icons in a circle, "just because" they need to be different? Should they force you to do something differently just because the best and most intuitive way was "already taken"?

    Everyone loves car analogies, so: what if Ford decided to sue other carmakers because they copied their steering wheel design? Would other companies have been forced to adopt other types of controls -- joysticks or dials or foot pedals, perhaps -- "just because"? And would that have been good for the auto industry?

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  • ender land
    Apr 10, 10:54 AM
    For the record, I am sad that 2 is winning (or even close) to 288. But it does help explain one thing - a reason why so many people I try to tutor/help with math cannot seem to understand basic algebra operations is because nearly 50% of people do not understand order of operations (this was roughly the same percentage on the physics poll linked to earlier) :(

    No wonder people have so much trouble with doing algebra correctly :eek:

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  • shawnce
    Aug 4, 02:22 PM
    64bit OS & software on a 64 bit processor (especially a dual core) is much better at multitasking, for one.

    64 bit has nothing to do with multitasking.

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  • Westacular
    Apr 23, 04:40 PM
    Wish Apple did something towards resolution independence and not make images bigger and bigger. :confused:

    The basic fact is vector graphics aren't always appropriate. A lot of things really can only be done, or can be done much better, with pixels. For any image with a lot of detail, it's easier -- both for the artists making them, and for the computers rendering them -- to store an extremely high resolution bitmapped image, and then downscale it as necessary, than it is to make and render a vectorized version that is "truly" resolution independent.

    And now Apple's realized that by targeting "Retina Display" resolution levels, this is the last increase in image sizes they'll ever reasonably need: there's no point in making images bigger beyond this point (or displays with higher-than-retina-level DPI one would need to render them) because your eyes really won't be able to tell the difference.

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  • McGiord
    Apr 11, 06:28 AM
    I've entered enough equations online to know that this equation is almost always interpreted as:


    So you get paid for entering equations online? Or when you are studying you enter them online? Why you do that?

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  • Kane08
    Mar 29, 09:48 PM
    The idea of cloud storage is that you have another copy of your data on external servers with much more bandwidth and server maintenance and backup than you can manage at home. Then you can access that cloud from a multiple of devices that may or may not have the local storage space for all that data.

    I routinely use 3 different laptops (have access to 5) and 3 mobile devices. I've backup up my content at home on multiple external HDD (the bigger AC powered 3.5" drives and more portable 2.5" drives). But to get my content on my devices I was forever syncing and resyncing having to pick & chose what content I wanted to access on the device.

    Amazon's music cloud allows me to create one backup resource for my music on an external server farm. They worry about maintaining the HDD and connectivity to the net. I can access my music and playlists on my memory-challenged mobile device or that netbook I only take along on trips and always forget to sync.

    Since adding Dropbox and Evernote to my arsenal of tools I've been able to eliminate the need to carry around USB HDDs entirely. I can work on projects with whatever computer I happen to be using.

    The reason for sour grapes here (I suspect) is that Amazon beat Apple to the punch. Apple's been sitting on Lala for 2 freaking years!!!! To take music with you syncing is mandatory and storage space comes at a premium on Apple devices. Even the new Home Sharing features of iOS 4.3 pale in comparison to StreamToMe and a DYNDNS account.

    I love Amazon's move. I routinely chose them for music downloads over iTunes anyway due to better pricing. And best of all Amazon will be taking on the music industry's insane demands that consumers have multiple licenses to listen to their own music!!! Someone's gotta take RIAA down to reality or else we'll all get sued for 75 trillion dollars just for making copies of our own music files.

    I think people forget it was Amazon that successfully pushed for DRM-free digital music. Before then everything you bought was by subscription or made invalid if you switched HDDs and forgot to back up your licenses. Including the vaunted iTunes library.

    Lol, there are no sour grapes at all, my point was that I don't want large online backup, I want a big dumb pipe to access my own things on my own computer. Like I said, maybe I'm just pessimistic, but I want to rely on an outside source as little as possible. With all the experience I have with information gathering, I just personally want to allow as little info farming of me as possible

    May 4, 03:31 PM
    Usually, "Preferred" means one will be more readily available (download) than the other (Physical).

    So will this mean waiting in long lines and trying to beat scalpers?

    Apple items are the quickest way of making money lately... :eek:

    Apr 24, 01:52 PM
    Now this, this is awesome. :apple:

    Mar 29, 09:17 AM
    This was one qtr, not total devices or did I miss somthing?

    No you didn't. People are always confusing this. Also most people believe iOS only comprises the iPhone.

    Apr 10, 02:42 AM
    Oh really? Wow I didn't know that... Sarcasm.

    I'm talking about on a calculator. Enter it EXACTLY how it was in the OP and you'll get 288.

    Looks like your sarcasm is on par with you math. When you have to explain sarcasm, it's not really sarcastic.

    Mar 28, 10:29 AM
    Think about it...
    Appl introduced a new Verizon iPhone 4 in January of this year and it only launched last month (February).
    Apple is also expected to release a white version of the iPhone 4 next month.

    These two iPhone 4 upgrades seem to allow Apple to push back the launch of their next-generation handset. Afterall, how could they release updated iPhone 4s in February and April then a whole new device in June?

    +1. My thoughts exactly. September = iPhone 4S/5 release.