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  • Megaman
    Sep 11, 01:00 PM
    Am I the only one hoping that Apple adds Firewire use to the iPods again?

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  • islanders
    Jul 22, 12:01 PM
    Nearly the entire line of majot Apple products is in need of an update.


    Thanks for the link. Your right they are all in need of an update. I assumed most of them were brand new. Wow.

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  • bobbytallant
    Mar 28, 11:25 AM
    I guess the later release of the next gen iPhone would make sense at least, in terms of the release of the white iPhone 4.

    When Philip Schiller said the white iPhone 4 would arrive 'this spring', many questioned the logic, given the 'impending' Summer release of the iPhone 5.

    The timing of this release obviously makes makes more sense now (if this latest rumor is true lol).

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  • genetechnics
    Jul 30, 06:54 AM
    So we need cell computers.


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  • mr.steevo
    Apr 20, 10:07 AM
    What justifies European & European colonial sense of entitlement in forums like these?

    I can buy an iPhone without contract and I don't live in Europe.

    This is a world phone.

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  • Multimedia
    Aug 3, 12:49 AM
    Jesus christ, did you even watch the video? They were not reporters they were Intel staffers. He even says that the CoreDuo lasted 3 hours, not your claimed 2. This isn't scientific AT ALL and I would much rather believe Intel engineers who presented the info at IDF than some random marketing drivel with absolutely no information provided on the hardware/software. :rolleyes:

    Now stop claiming that dropping a Merom in a MB/MBP is going to result in two times the battery life. That is not true. And if you think it is I will make a bet with you right now.

    I'm not anti Core2Duo, I'm anti disinformation.1.67 x 3 = 5

    1.67 rounded UP = 2

    Almost TWICE and I never wrote "two times".

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  • PBF
    Apr 20, 12:24 AM
    So, how many more times are various sources gonna reiterate that iPhone 5 is to come out in Fall? :rolleyes:

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  • brijazz
    May 4, 03:40 PM
    Fine. Seems like a logical move, but if Apple wants me to foot part of the bill for distributing their software (via my paid Internet connection) then I certainly expect a significant cut in the cost of the upgrade.

    If you drive to the store to buy it instead, should they pay for your gas?

    If you order it online, should they pay you for the bit of bandwidth that you used up in placing your order?

    Maybe you'll be eco-friendly and walk to the store instead? Bill 'em for new soles on your shoes!


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  • spetznatz
    Jul 24, 03:12 AM
    Aplogies if this has been done before, and it's a little off-topic, but this is a link to an article about OS X performance on Core 2 Extreme (Conroe)


    Basically, they've installed a "floating" copy of OS X intel onto an intel mobo with C2E.

    I thought this line was particularly impressive:

    "These last two tests were also conducted on that same PC with Windows installed and we see the Mac performing as well as Windows in Cinebench and a mere 3% slower in Photoshop which is especially impressive considering that Photoshop CS2 was running under Rosetta on the Mac. "

    Who needs to wait for CS3?

    Edit: on reflection, I'm not sure if I believe this...do you think it might be a hoax?

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  • BWhaler
    Sep 15, 07:59 PM
    I thought I could wait out the move to Intel for some time since my PowerBook is less than a year old.

    But it's just not going to happen. The speed jump is simply too great.

    I'm waiting at this point for the update. Painfully waiting.

    I don't really care about the C2D processor, since most reviews are it is a bland chip without the Santa Rosa chip set. Better, sure enough, but not enough to care about.

    But, what I really need is:

    1. 160gig drive
    2. Much better GPU
    3. Apple to fix the quality and heat issues.

    Everything else is just a nice to have in my book.

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  • yfile
    Apr 24, 04:04 AM
    Retina 27'' LCD should be 7200x4080 pixels. I think we can't expect it in near future... but i'd love to see it :)

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  • ravenvii
    May 3, 12:16 PM
    I'm in.

    Please move all the relevant responses to DP's questions to the OP. If it's not in the OP, I don't consider it to be a rule. Maybe I'm a minority, but I'm not going to read through pages of this thread trying to figure things out.

    Wish granted.

    so, counting plutonius, mscriv and aggie we are 8!

    Awaiting confirmation from mscriv. In the meanwhile, one slot is still open.

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  • Thunderhawks
    Apr 20, 07:11 AM
    This model promises to be one that many will pass on.

    I certainly will.

    Even though it's already well known that it will have a better antenna to fix the antennagate issue that most everyone denied.

    The lack of a fresh new look will keep me away, especially retaining the tiny screen. Seems like Apples coasting this time around.

    A faster processor? Big deal, who needs it, a waste of money just to pump up Apples coffers.

    A true disappointment, this one is. I was so eager to dump my antennagate special.

    It isn't even out yet, no confirmed specs and you are already done?

    You know that when ever you ass u me something you make an ass out of U and me :-)

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  • Small White Car
    Apr 5, 01:18 PM
    Don't give in Toyota!

    Its our devices, and if we want to modify them for our own use, so be it.

    How one big multinational company arguing with another affects your phone, I don't quite understand. Oh, wait...you're saying you WANT to make your homescreen a Toyota ad?

    I tell you what, all you "I demand my freedom" folks confuse me more and more. The right to let Toyota advertise to you was never a big arguing point in the past for the radicals I used to read about.

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  • Northgrove
    Apr 25, 11:18 AM
    So Steve is saying there is no database of locations? Thats just an outright lie.
    Apple are only tracking their users if they're using this data to, uh, track their users.

    AFAIK, the information is not even sent to Apple.

    Database of locations on a device != tracking their users with this database.
    For tracking to happen, you need software in place to make use of that information...
    For tracking to happen by Apple, you need this info sent to Apple as a start...

    This could just as well be a remnant from some app that never happened, or an app that is planned to happen...

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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 apple.com 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 Apple.com 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 Apple.com 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 Apple.com 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 Apple.com 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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  • Bengt77
    Aug 4, 06:55 PM
    Sounds like someone wants an iMac Ultra! (Really final Propaganda)

    All for under AU$4 Grand.
    Yay! I'll take one the minute it comes out! How much is one AU$ in €? Let's see... AU$4000 is about €2400. Sounds reasonable to me. But I'm all for stretching it a bit. Let's say €2100/AU$3530. That's €400 more expensive than the current top model, which is €400 more expensive than the low-end iMac. Seems logical to me, maybe not so reasonable, but reason is soooo overrated these days! :D

    Anyone else here interested in an iMac Ultra?

    Anyone else have an extreme and probably unwarrented hatred of the Pentium moniker?
    Yes! (And yes to c.q. about that Pentium name, too, by the way.)

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  • masterhiggins
    Mar 29, 07:39 PM
    Well, I'm glad to see that Macrumors and Apple are at least able to focus on the big picture: product availability.

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  • aohus
    Apr 18, 04:01 PM
    Look's just like an iMac! :eek: almost... Stupid patents... Good for Xerox, too bad that playing fair is not helping these days...:mad:

    you mean the iMac looks just like the Alto.. other way around :P

    Alto was released in 1973. Macintosh in 1984.

    May 6, 05:43 PM
    Why not have everyone leave this dead end?

    Apr 25, 09:40 AM
    Because "they" didn't slip this trojan into the phones...the government did via the phone companies/FCC.

    It is not enough to track every internet/email action of the population, they also want to know where we are at all times and our habits so a "repairman" can enter the house of a "dissident" while they are at work and...

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    May 3, 02:47 PM
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    Sep 16, 11:02 AM
    so help me out here..

    BTO = anything purchased online? (even if the config doesnt change at all on a MBP) vs. me walking into a store and getting one today?

    what im getting at is i would like a Merom MBP but if i want to take advantage of the iPod edu deal i have to buy today, the 16th.

    so then if i get the current MBP id have to keep it unopened until the announment on the 24th? then take it back to the store?

    if ship dates go into October, when will the stores have em in stock?

    does that make any sense :D

    Dec 14, 10:05 AM
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    Anyway, I'm only putting forward an argument why I think it's useful to have - not a convincing argument for others who don't want or need to have it. Just wanted to put forward another point of view where it might be useful beyond the phrase, "the Mac doesn't have viruses, why would you need it?"

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