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  • Intell
    May 3, 11:00 PM
    This seems like a very fun game. Sadly, it isn't my type. chrmjenkins, I have missed your very nice narratives. So lovely to read them again. ravenvii, excellent idea for a game.

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  • Multimedia
    Aug 12, 02:32 AM
    Sounds like you'll be getting a nice Penryn MBP then! ;) :D :cool:From the Intel Core Microarchitecture Wiki page (

    Penryn, dual-core, 45 nm shrink of Merom, 3�6 MiB L2

    So you think Penryn pairs may be the 4 core mobile solution in 2008?

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  • Piggie
    Apr 26, 04:11 PM
    Apple could make a whole range of phones in different sizes, from different materials at different price points.

    Apple could licence iOS to others to make phones running their OS thus opening up iTunes sales to an even larger audience.

    I don't expect Apple will do either.

    Only in the long term future will we be able to look back to now and know if Apple did the right thing, and grew to be one of the world leaders or died a slow and painful death.

    Anyone got a crystal ball, or know Dr Who? ;)

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  • deconstruct60
    Apr 21, 10:26 PM
    Reducing the Mac Pro's size is a huge step backwards!.....
    The only thing that will increase is HEAT! That will lead to reliability problems as more stress will be put on internal components with the increase in HEAT!

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  • mmomega
    May 4, 02:58 PM
    That's great that it installs a partition.
    So my warranty is out and I want to install a brand new SSD.
    I've upgraded only about a dozen friends' MacBooks to SSD and w/o the grey disc that came with the computer you're screwed. Retail copy won't work.

    again, I'm completely fine with having any app in the world as download only. Great, it's faster.
    Some never do a full reinstall, that's the majority, but you do still have those that work on these machines and some times you need the physical media.

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  • DJMastaWes
    Jul 23, 11:46 PM
    Anyone waiting for MBP Merom should be prepared to wait until November/December.
    This better not be the case. There is NO way I'm waiting untill then for a MacBook Pro. I don't think apple will wait that long, I think WWDC is likely, and if not I would say at Paris.

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  • BlizzardBomb
    Aug 7, 02:12 PM
    Hmm... Cinema displays also got a bump.

    20" ACD
    Brightness: 250 cd/m2 -> 300 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio: 400:1 -> 700:1

    23" ACD
    Brightness: 270 cd/m2 -> 400 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio: 400:1 -> 700:1

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  • isomorphic
    May 6, 12:32 AM
    Can always have a system with ARM AND x86 CPUs.

    You beat my post by mere moments. ;)

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  • heisetax
    Aug 2, 03:26 PM
    I think this is an oversight (we can call it oSight) by Apple. If you want to gain market share, especially for people who want high powered equipment. I worked in a small research for a while, like the above poster, there were NO cameras allowed including camera phones. This was a blanket policy for the whole facillity even if you had no security clearence. In this case it was required becasue they did a lot DoD research.

    So, right off these new computers (iMac, MB, MBP) are not options for a facility like this to use. Additionally, anyone who works there and ever wants to bring his/her personal laptop to work is sunk too.

    If was still working there I probably would have to opt for a differnt laptop.

    Compared to other computer brands Macs give their customers fewer add-on options. I don't know why. I guess it makes it easier for them. But, in this case I think not making the built in iSight an option (even if it is free, like the glossy screen in the MBP) is a mistake.

    Probably the main reason for few or no options is because of the 1" thick PowerBook model. That does not leave room to add anything. The next reason is just like air conditioning in new cars. The manufacture can sell it to everyone even if they don't want it. That increases profits. They use to have an external keyboard/mouse option which is also gone. So just look at the glossy screen as being different, not the norm for Apple.

    Bill the TaxMan

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  • mikes63737
    Aug 4, 01:31 PM
    iSight? (

    I think that the iSight was designed more for communication between business travelers and their families. That's what all their ads showed. :confused:

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  • aprilfools
    May 7, 11:24 AM
    I don't want it to be free unless they keep improving it and don't downgrade the service that it is now just because it would become free. Mobile me is quite useful and perfect for my use:

    Email address (with practically zero spam)
    syncing my macs and iPod touch.
    encrypted iChat conversations and screen sharing
    online photo galleries
    hosting my 4 websites
    Back to my Mac
    the ability to transfer/upload and download large files (FTP site).

    And it all integrates perfectly because I'm 100% Apple/Mac.

    I get all this for a paltry $69 through Amazon. No one one should be complaining over the price.

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  • Amnak
    Apr 7, 11:49 AM
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    I'd like to know when apples ever had real pressure to do anything, they do what they want when they want and they DGF

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  • SiPat
    Mar 29, 06:43 PM
    To paraphrase all those advocating that Apple (10% market share) should licence OS X:

    It is about time Kureha (70% share) licences it's technology to produce that whatyamacallit chemical for batteries.

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  • seek3r
    Apr 22, 01:22 AM
    It is trivial, in say my case, to SSH into a "workstation" type Mac Pro, say "Noble Mac Pro, run this really computational intensive code, I'll check back in a bit" and then SSH the output back to another machine when it's done. No muss, no fuss.

    Now imagine you have bunches of workstations...

    In my end of things we usually call that a cluster :-p

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  • Clive At Five
    Nov 22, 12:53 PM
    I'll agree as well. One feature that Apple might be able to captalize on, if they do sell direct to consumers rather than through carriers, would be resolution of the bells/whistles problem.

    For some people, a phone isn't a phone unless is has a 3MP camera, takes 640x480 video, etc. For others, all they want is basic PDA functionality. Would it be possible for Apple to offer a BTO option? I mean, Camera/Video is generally listed under a single menu option, and it wouldn't be that difficult to design the firmware to only display the category if the Camera is installed. To make things easier, Apple could stock one or two basic models in their stores, and leave people to go to for customizations...Any reason why this couldn't work?

    Other than confusing everyone with too many options, no.

    If you're a teenage girl, your phone has to have a camera on it, meaning you'll have to go to to custom-order it. That's complicated.
    If you're a hiker, maybe you're going to want a phone with GPS, meaning you'll have to go to to custom-order it. That's complicated.
    If you're a huge multitasker, you're going to want PDA-functionality, meaning you'll have to go to to custom-order it. That's complicated.

    Very few people, I feel, will want a bare-bones phone... meaning most will have to go to to custom-order it. That's too complicated for most people to do.

    So in short, no, I don't think that'll work. Good idea, though. That way you'd get a phone with the features you want without the crap that you don't want. Unfortunately, as far as a particular model of phone goes, it's either all or nothing... and I don't think Apple will want to release 18 different models of phone, each with different capabilities... that's worse than BTO.


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  • NAG
    Apr 7, 10:47 AM
    lol. Poor RIM. You'll get onto the market one of these days.

    At least they're trying to get in the market. Microsoft is still running around telling people they need Windows 7 Slates because it can run Adobe Creative Suite. You'd think they would get a clue when HP abandoned ship.

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  • Derekasaurus
    Aug 4, 12:19 AM
    are people not expecting merom to go immediately into the macbook as well? i don't see a reason for apple to purposely gimp their best-selling notebook when a merom chip is supposed to cost the same as its yonah counterpart.

    Right now there is a big price difference between the MB and MBP line but not a whole lot of difference in performance. Putting the Core 2 in the MBP would help differentiate it from the MB. That doesn't mean the MB won't get a speed bump (the Core Duo goes up to 2.33GHz), but Apple might delay putting Merom in the MB to differentiate the lines. I'd pounce on a Merom MB, but I don't think it's going to happen in conjunction with the Merom MBP.

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  • Starbuckfsd
    Apr 25, 08:23 AM
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    A finding earlier this month ( by OSXDaily has generated some speculation about Apple's plans for "Retina" display Macs. The Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 2 released in late March ( included an ultra-high resolution version of the background desktop image at a resolution of 3200x2000. A few observers noted ( that this is higher than any Apple display has ever supported, generating speculation ( that Apple is preparing for "Retina" display Macs in the near future.

    We had previously reported ( that Mac OS X Lion has made some under-the-hood changes opening the door to such super-high resolution displays. Now, has found ( that Apple is already starting to include other super high resolution artwork in Lion. They found several icons stored as 1024x1024 sizes, up from a previous maximum of 512x512.

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    Of course, this support for super high resolution displays is only the first step, but suggests Apple is planning ahead when the hardware becomes available.

    Article Link: Apple Including Ultra High Resolution Artwork in Lion for Possible Retina Displays? (

    Oh please. Give me a break! Do you nitwits HONESTLY think there will be retina display Macs in the near future? It's total BS. If they did, the cost of said Macs would be prohibitive to the general public. Why do you think there aren't retina display iPads? IT'S TOO DAMN EXPENSIVE! C'mon're beginning to sound like CNET

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  • emotion
    Nov 22, 05:43 AM
    What's he banging on about? By "PC guys" who does he mean? Microsoft?
    If this is the case is he saying that Windows Mobile (the OS he's stupidly paying for some of his products) isn't up to scratch? I can't see Palm surviving the year if he's this mixed up.

    I have been using PDAs for years. I like using them. I've tried quite a few and where Windows CE (and variants) fail is they try and be too computer like. Palm OS is nice in that it does the simple stuff that you need on the move (and in meetings etc) well. It would be hard for Apple to figure this out and improve on the situation. They already have half the software written (iSync, iTunes, iPhoto).

    The only thing Apple need to decide is: to they try and tackle the hard problem for a PDA/smart phone ie. data input. How do you write text on the device. This is the thing that killed the PDA market imo and why you see so many devices with thumbboards these days instead of (or as well as) touch screens. If they don't they have an extended iPod. Which might work out ok.

    The other problem is the data rates mobile phone carriers charge. They need to be EDGE/HSDPA, flat rate and VOIP enabled. Not many carriers can manage that (T-Mobile are close in the UK though).

    OK, rant over :)

    Mar 31, 09:33 AM

    That sounds more like a retconned name for Macintosh System Software 1.0.

    Apr 5, 03:09 PM
    Yeah, I wouldn't be on these forums, I'd have a life, a job, and a smile.

    If only... :(

    Same here man , same here:(

    It could be worse though, we could be the "ex jock who wasnt good enough to play professionally so he got a business degree at a community college and works as a Best Buy Manager". I choose Geekdom...Always a silver lining my friend :)

    Jul 30, 01:12 AM
    I think it's real. No signs of photoshopping and the pic was taken in an elevator :D

    Awesome!:) Its real. Go ahead, verify the source!:)

    Mar 28, 12:05 PM
    I'm not missing anything. Developers care about three things:

    1. Good tools
    2. A device that can run their software well.
    3. A market that lets them get paid

    Devs do NOT care about specs unless it prevents them from writing good software. Apple will make sure specs keep up with developer needs. Beyond that, it simply does not matter except to geeks who obsess over specs. No one else cares.

    Yes, and 2. and 3. are more and more lagging behind Android in iOS. Keep ignoring the competition and keep believing "Apple will all make it work". Seems to me they are repeating their mistakes of the 80s.

    As an iOS device owner and as a developer that's now invested quite some time in an app for iOS (that has yet to ship mind you), I am watching the situation closely and hoping Apple does not let iOS fall behind the competition.

    Apr 20, 04:09 AM
    Apple copying the power of the HTC Sensation. They should also concentrate on the IOS because its a joke compared to other new smartphone operating systems.

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