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  • MacAddict1978
    Apr 25, 10:42 AM
    And with the patriot act the telecos let the government move in and access data without warrants. Yet everyone seems fine with this. However, the instant your phone has a database of cell phone towers it is something nefarious. Sigh. It really would be nice if the real privacy concerns were addressed and not this low hanging fruit of a cache on your phone.

    Agreed. Google's darling Android doesn't just track cell towers. They've found it recording wi-fi networks near the user as well and transmitting that data... like every couple of minutes. (No wonder the batteries don't last on droid for more than 3-5 hours). I wish I could find the link to the article I read that in. It's certain models that have been found to do it.... right down to your GPS coordinates. Why does Google need to know this? And their users are now inadvertently spying on other people. Google has no rights to info on my wi-fi network just because someone drove past my house with an Android phone in the car.

    Yet I use Google every day, but I at least know they're watching me.

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  • skinned66
    Apr 5, 09:15 PM
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    Apple is just trying to protect the user experience for their product.

    Yes, it is ours to use and do with whatever we want once paid for, but.........
    Every jailbroken iphone user will complain and tell somebody that their phone always freezes up or isn't working right.

    They are not going to say in most cases it freezes, because I jail broke it!

    That info makes it look as if it is Apples fault that things don't work.

    :confused:My jailbroken iPhone 4 doesn't freeze on me. You shouldn't just make stuff up to defend Apple.

    The jailbreak haters make me laugh. My phone works just fine and while I do use a bit more memory, it's perfectly stable and I get a phone with far more utility. Any resultant perfomance issues are so negligible stock is not even competition.

    I understand some people bite off more than they can chew when they JB. I also know that scenario doesn't apply to everyone.

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  • BJNY
    Aug 4, 06:08 AM
    I've been hoping for months, but barely speculated by others.....

    • 19" & 22" Merom-based iMacs (current iMacs already look "old" to me)
    • backlit slim USB2 keyboard
    • new category: home theater component-sized Conroe-based Mac (no Cube/MiniTower; Woodcrest goes into Mac Pros)

    iLife, iPhone & all other rumors seem like smokescreen.

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  • Tomorrow
    May 6, 10:51 AM
    BTW, no one really talks about 'megas', unless it's megabytes.

    Or megaWatts. Look into large generators and data center infrastructure.

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  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 06:25 AM
    "ARM tumbles ahead of Intel 'breakthrough'", May 4 2011 (

    I'm aware of that, but the last time Intel promised ground breaking CPU technology we ended up with the Pentium 4 and Pentium D series.

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  • Flying Llama
    Jul 22, 03:30 PM

    I'm just sad we'll never truly be able to say the long awaited:

    "Ah, the G5 Powerbooks are here!".

    All those G5 PB on tuesday jokes, in vain... :(

    It would have been awesome if Apple introduced some, just out of principle. :D


    Can't wait for WWDC!!


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  • emotion
    Aug 11, 10:22 AM
    Well i know i can get the chip, but then don't i need a new motherboard too, and who/where would i get that put in?

    No, the same chipset is used for Merom at this stage (Santa Rosa won't be around until next year). I think a firmware update might be needed but possibly not. Those Core Solo Mac Minis look good to me for a makeover.

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  • thelookingglass
    Mar 30, 09:18 AM
    MobileMe may be revamped, but the price will be higher - just to match Apple's image.

    Just like how the iPad's price is sky high?

    Steve Jobs was quoted as saying recently that everytime they've priced for volume (i.e., priced low in the hopes of greater sales) they've seen success. When they haven't priced for volume, their success has been more attenuated. Now this was regarding media and the iTunes store, but there's no reason cloud services couldn't be the same, particularly given how competitive this sphere will be and the fact that there's no real marketing benefit to "premium" data pricing (as opposed to premium laptop/notebook pricing where higher prices can contribute to a perception of higher quality).

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  • thefunkymunky
    Aug 4, 04:35 AM
    So. Errm. I have a question.

    I have a MBP as in my sig. Actually that is the second one I have. First one got damaged by Apple, this second one is currently with Apple and has been for the last 4 weeks. It only went in to repair the fried BT.

    Anyway. Since buying my first MBP in February and receiving the replacement in June which is now back with Apple. I have only had around 4 weeks usuage out of my machine and to this date I am still not using my MBP I originally purchased in February. Every time I call Apple to ask where my machine is they tell me that it will be with me the following week.

    So what are the chances of Apple upgrading me to a new Merom MBP eh. What you think?:confused:

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  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 06:15 AM
    There are indeed dual processor laptops. SPARC.

    Because SPARC is current x86 technology. ;)

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  • macdouche
    May 6, 08:12 AM
    So I just bought a new 4 core Sandy Bridge iMac tonight and now this news breaks. Is ARM actually building anything in any way shape or form that competes with the Intel X86 stuff right now or is this just vaporware at this point?

    Yeap, your new iMac is now obsolete, and I'm sure you were planning on doing so much with it. LMAO:D

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  • CellarDoor
    Aug 4, 09:26 AM
    I have been wondering the same thing. No matter how good the news is, there are still a bunch of negative votes. It just re-inforces my belief there is an organized effort to discredit Apple on this site. If it was just individuals, I would wonder why waste time on an Apple website if you did not like Apple? It makes no sense in that scenario. I do believe the PC establishment is worried about the possibility of Apple gaining more of a foothold in corporate America.

    Give me a break. People voted negative on this because they are waiting on merom MBPs and now think that, contrary to they're hopes and prayers the past few weeks, that the Merom MBP revisions wont be out until september. This is no clandestine PC-clone smear campaign. who's it going to effect? This forum is full of the faithful, messing around here isn't going to change national opinion of Microsoft or apple products. It's not Steve Ballmer twisting his handlebar mustaches as he chortles to himself, going from one article to the next, voting negative at each. Let's get real here.

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  • guzhogi
    Aug 4, 01:47 PM
    Yes - both AMD 64 and Intel EM64T are 64 bit extensions to the 32 bit x86 processor.

    From what I understand the registers are still 32 bit, but the chips have a 64 bit address space and more registers.

    No-one has the need for a truly 64 bit machine at this point - just machines that can address more RAM. The 4GB RAM limit on 32 bit processors is beginning to be an issue for pro users.

    I think the vector extensions (AltiVec and SSE) have very large registers - 128 bit? This is what's used when there is a need for a specific optimisation.

    Just my layman's understanding. Ready to be corrected!
    Thanks. Anyone know what the advantage of having a 64-bit processor vs. a 32-bit (other than bigger address bus)? I know the CPU has 2 basic kinds of buses: the address bus (where it can see 4 GB of RAM in 32-bit, 16 ?(i don't know the prefix)bytes in 64-bit) and an instruction bus that actually computes.

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  • Mattie Num Nums
    Apr 25, 10:40 AM
    2. Steve Jobs is the CEO of a major company and can't afford to lie in public.

    You're holding it wrong. Non-Issue.

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  • iRobby
    Mar 27, 03:05 PM
    hmmm some android phone it is then, and a new iPad for my iOS pleasure at some point. getting tired of the same UI after owning 3 iPhone generations

    Wait til the phone is released to make that decision don't base it on RUMORS!

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  • twoodcc
    Aug 3, 12:14 AM
    You have said this before and it is TOTALLY WRONG if you are comparing the Merom to Yonah ( The first slide is directly from Intel's Spring Developer Conference. Consistent battery does not mean 2X.

    thank you for that information. sorry i was late with my response

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  • Piggie
    Apr 23, 05:45 PM
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    Yeah a 1024 x 1024 icon is amazing considering I would bet a significant amount of 1024 x 768 monitors are still being used. Imagine not being able to view an icon in its entirety on a five-year-old monitor!

    Indeed they are, and still being sold today.
    They are called iPad's ;)

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  • ddeadserious
    Apr 26, 02:46 PM
    iOS is stale.

    They haven't made an significant UI changes since 2007.

    While Apple can continue to release a beautifully engineered and sleek phone, they need to focus on making iOS up to par with the features that Android offers.

    In terms of OS, the only thing iOS seems to do better is simply being more stable.

    I sold my iPhone 4 last month and bought an Android phone. The only thing I miss? The retina display and the Facebook app. I'm willing to deal with a bit of instability for the immense amount of extra functionality that Android offers.

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  • Abstract
    Apr 9, 07:24 PM
    Definitely 288.

    And no, it doesn't depend on how you read it. Actually, I suppose that's not true. Anyone who looked at the equation and figured out it was 288 was right, and everyone else who sees it otherwise was wrong. :p

    Apr 25, 09:13 AM
    It's just the way you are holding your iPhone.

    Apr 9, 09:44 PM
    Then we can end this on agreement. I don't believe in it too. My wife should keep her job if and only if she continues to do it well not because its near impossible to fire tenured staff. But don't think I missed your sarcasm...

    Yeah for common ground! Our relationship just hit an inception point and I think things are looking up. :)

    Aug 7, 02:44 PM
    The baseline is actually somewhere around $2100, you can lower some of the options when configuring.$1962 for US Education. w/2 GHz and 160 GB hard drive.

    Apr 7, 10:54 AM
    All hail Tim Cook!

    Seriously though, I think people are going to be surprised at how well RIM rebounds. Not that they are going to stop or even slow the iPad or iPhone train, but I will surprised if they don't carve themselves out a pretty good niche.

    They're a much more resilient company than that for which they are given credit. Do some serious research into the company as though you were looking to invest, and you'll find out that they got a little too complacent for a time, but they have some vision that will surprise people in the coming years.

    RIM can be a serious player again. They have the name and the resources as well as the most experience in the corporate world with mobile communications. But, they are loosing ground to Apple and Google based equipment faster than you can shake a stick and they don't seem to be using all their resources very well at this time.

    Apr 7, 12:16 PM
    +1 for Apple

    Anyone saying they are a monopoly or anti-competitive should actually learn what those terms actually mean before throwing them around.

    Haters gonna hate.