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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 15, 10:06 PM
    The cool new iPods almost always come out at Macworld....before every kid's parents throw the christmas paper from the iPod released in September.
    May I remind you:

    1G 23 Oct 2001
    2G 17 July 2002
    3G 28 April 2003
    4G/Photo July 2004
    5G 12 Oct 2005
    5G (enhanced) 12 Sep 2006
    6G (not ready yet)
    iPhone� Clear some space under that (Walnut) tree.

    Besides this is not an iPod, it's an iPod Phone�

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  • markw10
    Sep 14, 11:33 AM
    I would imagine with all the competition coming out with Core 2 Laptops Apple is going to have to move soon and it would be in the MBP, not Macbook. yet if there's limited supplies it's not much they can do but I'm kind of shocked they put it in the imac first. Does anyone know of a breakdown in sales of how they sell (the different product lines). Maybe the imac is the largest seller.

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  • nospleen
    Sep 10, 08:29 AM
    My point as just that if intel doubles the number of cores every 6th month, I believe that lifespan of a Mac is going to be substantially shorter. I doubt that the people who just bought a new MacPro realized that their computer would be as fast as an "entry level" computer within a year. Old Macs, like my own MDD, will be deemed to live in a time-bubble with now means of interacting with newer computers.
    Things have certainly changed after the PPC ->x86 transition.

    I am not quite following you. It is not as if your mac will slow down because the new one has more cores? Or, are you saying the requirements to run the software will increase at a faster rate because the hardware is improving so rapidly, thus dating your mac prematurely?

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  • E.Lizardo
    Apr 22, 06:59 AM
    Other songs from their hard drives. That would be truly awesome! I do hope that that makes it into the final product.

    Yes it would be quite stunning.Without that the service would be useless to me.I only have a handful of songs from iTunes.When I buy it is in this order:
    Used CD
    Discounted new CD
    Amazon Download
    iTunes download
    Price rules!

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  • supermacdesign
    Sep 6, 12:04 AM
    Don't forget the 42" HD monitor Apple will drop at the event. What else did you think Apple would let you watch a movie on? (beside your iPod of course)

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  • Stevamundo
    Apr 28, 05:43 PM
    Well thank you Steve Balmer. Why in the hell did Gates left him in charge I never will understand.

    While Steve Jobs is great.

    See you have two kinds of Steves, one is an idiot and other one is highly intelligent. :D

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  • termite
    Oct 12, 03:23 PM
    Normally Oprah tapes a ton of shows over the course of a few weeks, and they are edited and aired over the course of a couple months. So the idea of "tape today, show tomorrow" seems unlikely to me -- for one, they would have to be assuming Absolutely Nothing Goes Wrong during editing.

    It could happen, but it seems too quick to me. Alternately, maybe they taped it earlier.

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  • appleguy123
    Apr 23, 12:31 AM
    The only thing I desire in this direction is a way to delete and add the music/audiobooks I have on the fly without a computer. Anything else is icing on the cake.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 14, 12:15 PM
    My prediction:

    MacBook Pro:
    2 15" and 1 17" model with 2.16 and 2.33 GHz Merom
    1 GB RAM standdard, up to 3 or 4 GB
    100 and 120 GB HDD's, up to 160 GB
    8x DVD+/-RW DL drives for all
    X1600 Pro in low-end 15" and X1800 Pro/XT in hi-end 15" and 17"
    FW800 on all models
    Magnetic latch (no integrated keyboard)
    Expresscard/54 slot on all models
    $1899 - $2299 - $2499

    I love the way you think. The price seems low, but I wouldn't complain. :)

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  • G5Unit
    Sep 4, 08:00 PM
    WO0t! PowerBook G5 tuesday after next!

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  • ijimk
    Sep 26, 08:09 AM
    dunno if i will buy i just bought a slvr a few months ago and love it.

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  • dr Dunkel
    May 3, 02:28 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; sv-se) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Meh... I was really hoping for a vastly improved Target Mode. Instead I got a seriously crippled one - no industry standard inputs and only support for a tenth of a � of the input devices on the market....

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  • MattInOz
    Mar 23, 05:08 PM
    What's the idea of DUI checkpoints anyway? Can't police officers just pull over drivers they suspect of DUI if they catch them while on regular patrol? That's how it works here at least. Much less predictable and it negates the utility of the apps in question..

    And the patrols just happen to be in the streets you'd use to get around the checkpoint.

    App's like this could have a good effect as well.
    Someone who not sure but knows they are close might check and know the chance of getting caught is high so they get a cab.

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  • tripjammer
    Apr 28, 03:33 PM
    Well MS has two games to play on:

    1. Tablet/Phone

    The tablet/phone is going to be a big deal. If they do well, they are going to generate good profits.

    2. Operating System/ Office

    Unless and until MS does something new under operating systems, throwing windows 8 is not going to make a big difference. Also, till the time Windows 8 comes out MS's profits are going to decrease.
    Kinect is out/ Windows 7 is out - This side is gonna go down.

    So till the time Windows 8 is ready MS has to count on the mobile business.

    Nintendo is gonna kill them in the Console race. They need to come out with the XBox 720 within 6 months of Nintendo's new machine!

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  • Doctor Q
    Sep 15, 06:43 PM
    Just to further clarify -- NIH syndrome is when a company chooses not to use technologies invented by other companies in its own products. They prefer to design and build the entire package themselves, in-house.

    I'm not that interested in an iPhone. Apple would need to add some very unique features for me to consider buying one.What if it supported NuBus cards?

    OK, that was a (bad) joke, since I think NuBus was one of those Apple-only inventions from the past.

    But why would you NOT want Apple's phone, szark? Is is that you don't want a camera phone or music phone in the first place, or that you expect it to be priced too high? Without knowing more about it, how do we know it's not going to be at least as good as the phones we have now? Plus an Apple logo.

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  • JAJ
    Mar 23, 06:19 PM
    Same here in NJ...The local papers always list the upcoming check points...Legally obligated to

    Maybe certain municipalities do list them, but NJ does not have a law like that.

    And all of you who say "the country is in flames", "unemployment is high", and ask how politicians can focus their time on this is people are stupid. Do you understand how being a politician works? What their staff does all day? That you can't fix a nation in a day?

    And not that it really matters, but our problem in America is that we're refusing to accept the global economy and that we can't remain a strong manufacturer and a strong service provider...tariffs and taxes won't accomodate both happily.

    We still have an incredibly strong economy, so I don't really see what anyone is complaining about...

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  • strwrsfrk
    Apr 22, 12:53 PM
    If ditching the 320M and switching to an i-processor boosts battery life even 10%, I think it will be worth it.

    People who want to play modern games on these systems should already be aware of their limitations; sure, a graphics downgrade is a bummer, but the Intel IGP is good enough for most general productivity needs. And it's already been proven to handle 1080p out.

    The general sentiment that the 2012 will be an improvement on 100% of the internals is likely accurate. However, there are four changes that will make this a 100% buy for me:

    1) Backlit keyboard (my biggest hope).
    2) Larger SSD. 90+ GB base (128 would be most likely, I reckon), 380+ GB BTO.
    3) +10% Battery life. An extra 30 minutes to an hour would be spectacular.
    4) Core i ULM processor.

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  • theelysium
    May 3, 01:16 PM
    Did anyone notice that it has an IPS display?

    I didn't know what IPS was so I looked it up. It is basically what makes LCD usable as a TV.

    In-plane switching (IPS)
    In-plane switching is an LCD technology which aligns the liquid crystal cells in a horizontal direction. In this method, the electrical field is applied through each end of the crystal, but this requires two transistors for each pixel instead of the single transistor needed for a standard thin-film transistor (TFT) display. Before LG Enhanced IPS was introduced in the additional transistors resulted in blocking more transmission area, thus requiring a brighter backlight, which consumed more power, and made this type of display less desirable for notebook computers. This newer, lower power technology can be found in the Apple iMac, iPad, and iPhone 4, as well as several Hewlett-Packard EliteBook mobile workstations. Currently Panasonic is using an enhanced version eIPS for their large size LCD-TV products.

    Advanced fringe field switching (AFFS)
    Known as fringe field switching (FFS) until 2003,[17] advanced fringe field switching is a technology similar to IPS or S-IPS offering superior performance and colour gamut with high luminosity. AFFS is developed by Hydis Technologies Co.,Ltd, Korea (formally Hyundai Electronics, LCD Task Force).[18]
    AFFS-applied notebook applications minimize colour distortion while maintaining its superior wide viewing angle for a professional display. Colour shift and deviation caused by light leakage is corrected by optimizing the white gamut which also enhances white/grey reproduction.
    In Hydis Technologies Co.,Ltd licenses AFFS patent to Japan's Hitachi Displays. Hitachi is using AFFS to manufacture high end panels in their product line. In HYDIS also licenses AFFS to Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corporation.
    Hydis introduced AFFS+ which improved outdoor readability in 2007.

    Vertical alignment (VA)
    Vertical alignment displays are a form of LCDs in which the liquid crystal material naturally exists in a vertical state removing the need for extra transistors (as in IPS). When no voltage is applied, the liquid crystal cell remains perpendicular to the substrate creating a black display. When voltage is applied, the liquid crystal cells shift to a horizontal position, parallel to the substrate, allowing light to pass through and create a white display. VA liquid crystal displays provide some of the same advantages as IPS panels.[citation needed]

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  • nick004
    Oct 27, 11:04 AM
    Apple is from California too though! And were not all hippies over here, for the record.

    Sorry, I like to perpetuate stereotypes

    Apr 19, 07:02 AM
    Samsung is starting to be less and less innovative, they really are setting down at the drawing board , scratching their heads trying to come up with a design and then....." bing!!! their iphone mail alert just popped off and there is their next cell design!!

    Apple is starting to be less and less inovative. The iPhone UI hardly changes for the last 4 years. But hey, lets sue everybody.:rolleyes:

    Apr 28, 03:54 PM
    Steve Ballmer about the iPhone...

    "The problem with Microsoft is they just have no taste." - Steve Jobs

    Sep 27, 05:04 AM
    I really hope Apple doesn't jump on the camera-phone bandwagon. Seems to go against their philosophy of having devices that do few things but to them far better. And it would make the phone useless to me. But that's just because my employers are sensitive about such devices, with the nuclear reactors and all.

    And signing on with Cingular or any other major carrier seems like an even bigger mistake. The only way to truly improve the cell phone user experience is to take them out of the picture and introduce a fair and simple billing system (i.e. MVNO w/ daily flat rate, iTunes-style micropayments).

    Aug 31, 06:05 PM
    ...and 5 years later,

    5 year anniversary iPod...of course.

    Sep 13, 09:59 PM
    Here's the real iPhone:

    that's a mockup by that magazine, and nice "new" headphones.

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