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  • vincenz
    Apr 14, 11:32 AM
    Holy crap I didn't know they had a website for that. :eek:

    The money printers have to eat too ;)

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  • kwjohns
    Apr 5, 01:44 PM
    The few hours they paid someone to make this theme has netted Toyota many news articles/discussion of "free advertising" that has come of offering the irrelevant skin and now the followup stories of them being asked to remove the theme.

    +1 for Toyota for succeeding in this marketing campaign.

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  • Benjamins
    Apr 5, 02:06 PM
    That ad should be pulled for one reason, it's ugly as sin.
    I am sure part of the deal is giving Toyota discount on iAds.

    Business is business.

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  • DeaconGraves
    May 4, 03:35 PM
    I'm only "hung up" on that because that's what everything points to right now.

    The current betas of Lion are simply DMGs with install files.

    Because they're developer previews. Their sole purpose is to get them quickly into the hands of devlopers who can determine if their apps "break" under Lion and fix them, as well as to get some feedback from those same developers about the look and feel of the new OS. The distribution method, as it stands now, is not necessarily one for consumer use.

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  • DudeDad
    Apr 25, 11:29 AM
    (have not read all the posts, so forgive me if already pointed out)

    Uh....the phone companies track you and know where you are....they have to so that you can get a signal from a cell why is this a big deal?

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  • Unorthodox
    Aug 11, 09:02 AM
    Booooooo! Boooooo! :mad:
    I want my MBP now! :mad:
    Next month! :mad:

    So does that mean MacWorld Paris?

    Why would they give the Macbook that but leave the iMac with the original Core Duo? Doesn't make sense. I would think all three would get it or just the Macbook Pro.
    Actually I think they should keep the mini and MB with the older processors; but lower the price.
    Remember the Pro in MacBook Pro stands for PRO! So it should be better.

    I need coffeeeeee......

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  • snebes
    Mar 30, 05:57 PM
    Thanks Captain Obvious... I think that is what Apple said at the very beginning ;)

    great minds think a like :P

    Apple said it would be released in the Summer, but the GM usually comes 3-4 weeks before hand. I know it is splitting hairs with this, as I was referring to the GM.

    However, considering that it could be released via App Store first, there could be a much shorter delay from GM to its release date now.

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  • ebuc
    Jul 21, 05:40 PM
    True, but I like my Alu book look - I'd have no problem with a intel powered version. Although marketing being marketing, I'd like to see something new fresh, and awesome too.

    BTW ebuc, your sig is nearly exactly what I'm planning on having. Looking at a cube 450 for a home server, and I already have a 20gb iPod. Cubes, insanely great.

    <Apple Font>
    The All New
    Blogging (wtf)
    MacBook Pro
    A New Look for the Newest Laptop from Apple

    (Cubes are the greatest. Put a radeon 9000 in there if you can. Mine needs a new hard drive right now, but its been going strong for over 5 years. And, truth be told, this isn't the original hard drive, so I can't really blame Apple!)

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  • ChickenSwartz
    Aug 11, 09:20 AM
    It would be cool for them to keep the yonah in the low-end MacBook. That way with the price drop they could get back to a $999 entry-level notebook.

    Merom definitely in the Black Macbook though, if this is true.

    Great News! Still hoping for a case redesign in the MBP for mine. :)

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  • weedy
    May 6, 03:53 AM
    This has to be one of the topics on macrumors with the highest ********-per-post ratio.

    Seriously guys, didn't you learn anything from the PPC->Intel move?

    Go learn something about ARM, the industry and Apple itself and then have an informed and imaginative opinion. ;)

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  • timothyjay2004
    May 4, 07:41 PM
    Why is everyone getting so bent out of shape so early? First off, this is hear say and not officially stated by Apple yet. If that time comes, I'm sure there will be the option of a physical disk, or some way to make a bootable install disk using disk utility. I mean this thing is already 9 pages long of people flipping out that OMG!!! ITS A DOWNLOAD!!! Guess what? Microsoft offers windows as a download, and guess what? You can burn it to a physical disk.. I can't believe so many people are already jumping the gun on a RUMOR. It's a RUMOR until Apple officially announces it...

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  • BlizzardBomb
    Jul 22, 03:10 PM
    I would really like to see Apple have a laptop cheaper than $1,100, and I think there would be a definite market for the, especially for teenagers looking into getting a Mac. I know that's unlikely, but...
    Anyways I hope that the MBPs get the processor update (and a new enclosure) very soon and I really hope the MBs and Mac Minis follow soon after.
    I don't get any reason for Apple not too, and I think with Intel it would be possible for Apple to get some cheaper computers out there. It would be nice, but seems unlikely.... *sighs*

    Agreed. A light, small, cheap Apple laptop targeted at students would be excellent, and an education iMac that's available to the public would be great too. Unlikely, but I'm with you on this one.

    In other news, I expect the iMac to stay with an X1600 series card (because Apple have historically used the mid-range cards: 9600, X600, X1600 and possibly the rumored X2600s next year) so maybe an X1600 Pro and/or an XT. I also think that they should update the MacBook Pros graphics card because its a Pro laptop with a mid-range card so a Mobility X1800 would be nice.

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  • StyxMaker
    Apr 20, 01:41 PM
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    Only in US. For the rest of the World (the northern part of it) summer starts on June 1st and ends on August 31st :)
    Really? So we just disregard the ACTUAL start and end times of seasons now? June 21 to Sept 21 is summer.

    The "actual start dates"? Season start and end dates have changed over time and cultures. The solstices used ro be Midsummer's Day and Midwinter's Day, not the start of Summer and the start of Winter.

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  • Unspeaked
    Aug 11, 01:41 PM
    Man, I tell ya... 2 years+ ago when I wanted a new laptop, that's ALL I ever heard... I think Apple should build a one-off G5 laptop just to appease us crazy people in here, LOL! It would be an awesome tip-of-the-hat to us, don'tcha think? ;)

    Yeah, and it would really put all those heat issues MB and MBP owners are complaining about in perspective...

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  • ticman
    Nov 7, 12:00 PM
    I assume u have the unit. I am most interested in where u mounted

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  • Cboss
    May 2, 08:02 PM
    SI is superior in conversions only
    Imperial is superior as I actually have a feel for the numbers

    I also have a better feel for imperial units, but wouldn't someone who has grown up with SI have a great feel for those units?

    The conversion to SI would be confusing for those who haven't grown up with it, I know I would have a bit of trouble getting used to it, but after a generation or two everyone would be used to SI.

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  • snberk103
    May 5, 07:25 PM
    There is no hurdle. American students in Science and Engineering programs are able to do both without problems. Maybe being able to handle multiple systems give us a competitive edge....

    Which is why, of course, US News reports that 6 out of the top 10 universities for engineering and IT are not in the US? Once upon a time the US owned that list.

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  • ryboflavo
    Jul 30, 01:13 PM
    I'd say get the Nokia 6682 until January, which is when the Apple phone is more likely to be announced. Just a guess, I doubt Apple would announce such a product at WWDC. Who knows? By the way, the Nokia 6682 is probably the best phone on the market right now. Cosmetically, it's decent and fuctionally, it out performs most. Good size for phone for those who actually like holding a phone to your ear and yet, small enough to carry around.

    January, and probably won't be called in iPhone. Apple will innovate a whole new concept to music and how we use cell phones. Let's not limit our thinking to just iPods and cell phones. I read an article awhile back about Apple's interest in the high-speed Internet market (for cell phones). Imagine if calling someone was more like an audio/video chat instead. Now that would be sweet.


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  • doubleusn
    Mar 28, 09:56 AM
    I'm in that boat. although I'm most likely not willing to 'jump ship'. :) would just be disappointed at a few more months of an 'old phone'.

    They also will start having 3GS users come off of AppleCare contracts.

    Nobody will buy a new iPhone if their's breaks after AC is up ...knowing that maybe in the Fall we will see an iPhone5.

    Again, leaves to much of an 'open window' for defections based on frustration, etc.

    ...and as pointed out already by others... I agree, iPhone4 is already a dated design. delaying will just erode Apple's lead in the ever growing mobile hardware market.

    Everyday another competitors comes along... it is no longer 2007... their lead is not what it use to be.

    ender land
    Apr 10, 10:29 AM
    Mathematics do have rules, and thus will almost certainly yield one answer, this only holds true if there was clear presentation of the facts stated, rather than the reader making inferences from the initial question: which in this case was poorly numbered (worded)

    The only way to get 2 as an answer is to make inferences.

    If you only use what is explicitly given in the equation it always equals 288.

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    Hey Apple,
    I don't want my iPhone 5 to be leaking radiation...

    Too soon? :cool::rolleyes:

    Always looking at the negative side of things. Maybe a little radiation will lead to higher power densities.

    Jul 30, 07:54 AM
    Just thinking about "compelling applications", and pulling a couple of rumors together...

    What happened to the rumour that Apple was making a groupware application? What would happen if you implemented a group scheduling and interaction application on a iPad /phone device. Something that allows for shared calendaring & room bookings, as well as a light development environment for a customised family and/or business mobile-intranet?

    Aug 3, 10:34 PM
    The iMac and MacBook Pro, most likely. It would better differentiate the MBP from the MacBook.

    May 7, 10:53 AM
    Why not just make it a $20 product instead of giving it away for no profit?
    It might be easier for Apple to run MobileMe as a free service; there's a certain amount of overhead for account administration, customer service, etc., plus a certain level of expectation (higher?) when it's a paid service.

    Apple uses software, content and services to drive sales of its high-margin hardware. By publicizing the fact that they are giving away basic cloud services for free, that might drive more people to buy Macs and mobile devices.

    Also, this would make them even more of a competitor to Google.

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