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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 19, 09:06 AM
    They should respond with an original product line.

    And yes there will be people who say "apple isn't the first to come up with idea X". Nonsense. Apple takes several new ideas (some their own making, others not) and brings them together to make a new product. Apple takes a risk that their large investment will pay off and that a new product line will emerge. They do not do small production runs with these new products.

    No one else made a tablet with the bells and whistles of the ipad that came together with the user experience one expects now on a tablet and produced it in such large quantities hoping a new market would emerge with great demand.

    Apple could have simply said netbooks are the safe bet, lets do that. But they didn't.

    Going forward, every tablet is going to be similar. That is fair enough. But when I look at the samsung devices, I feel like there is nothing really new about the user experience. It looks very similar to the ipad; more than one would expect. Creative companies would at least try to do something original.

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  • Wonder Boy
    Aug 24, 09:06 AM
    I see Apple stock going up on this news. $100 Million is getting off easy. Could have been a LOT worse.

    I agree. 100 million doesn't seem like a big deal to me. Now that Creative will sell iPod gear, Apple will get it back. Plus everyone can put this behind them so they can release the damn videoPod.

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  • anthonylambert
    Apr 19, 08:02 AM
    This is the GUI wars all over again... Last time Apple sued Microsoft for copying their GUI desktop to make Windows....

    (and no Xerox didn't invent that they invented windowing not really a desktop Apple did that bit.)

    Anyway Apple lost and Microsoft took over the world while Apple dwindled to a market share of less than 5%.

    I don't think they want that to happen this time....

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  • cube
    Apr 23, 12:28 PM
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    I was under the understanding that the reason that the current 320M has been so impressive considering the aging Duel Core CPU was the increased speed of data transfer from the SSD meaning a large increase in efficiency in both the CPU and the GPU.

    So surely it stands to reason that if the intergrated GPU of Sandy Bridge is only slightly less powerful than the current 320M but will be partnered with the SSD and a MASSIVELY more powerful CPU then the sandy bridge MBA will be at least as powerful in graphics terms than the currant MBA.

    Am I just being stupid thinking that?

    320M has OpenCL. Intel does not have OpenCL. All Intel graphics are thus bad.

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  • epitaphic
    Sep 9, 01:25 PM
    Handbrake FPS readings vary a lot between the analysis pass and the writing pass - much slower writing on the second pass than studying-planning the writing scheme on the first pass on both the Quad and the Mac Pro.
    That's because the second pass only uses one core.

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  • phpmaven
    Apr 22, 03:36 PM
    Well its well known with Apple hardware to never buy the first generation of any new platform. The current MBA were a significant enough change from the previous to be known as a gen 1 all over again. Especially when we knew SB was around the corner. Still they are great as is.

    It's also well known that that kind of thinking is complete nonsense. If I thought that way, I never would have bought:

    iPad 1
    iPad 2
    iPhone 4
    Apple TV 2

    To name a few.
    Those are all great products that I'm enjoying trouble free thank you.

    If everybody thought like that, Apple would cease to exist.

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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 18, 01:34 AM
    You're right it's just like the ages old Mac verses PC debate can't really compare them.

    It really comes down to want you need to do and how much you are prepared to spend.

    It's not even the technology's price that's the difference, that's decided by another company. it's the technologies that are hard to compare.

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  • Amazing Iceman
    Mar 29, 01:38 PM
    I predict that in 2015, iOS handset users will still have the highest customer satisfaction and that Apple will be walking away with the lion's share of the smartphone industry's profits.

    Meaning there will be more grumpy non-iPhone users and more grumpy HTC/Nokia/Samsung/Motorola/LG shareholders.

    By 2015, the iPhone will be implanted in the back of our necks and interface directly with our brain. It will get battery power from our neural system.

    I got burned once, and only once with the best Windows Phone of the time, the HTC Rhodium. I hate that phone so much!
    All the people I know who got the WinMo7 phone told me it sucks!

    M$ is so far behind in this market, and the ITC seems to be smoking barely-legal substances to come up with such hallucinations. :eek:

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  • 0815
    Apr 20, 01:50 PM
    Enough with the chicken little episodes already.

    Apparently, this is related to AT&T only and it is not based on GPS location services but rather a database of cell towers. It contains no identifiable information and is sent to AT&T for analysis for signal strength statistics.

    Since it does not contain personal information and is being used to analyze the state of the AT&T network, I don't see a problem here. People who are not inside of the US are not affected by this.

    If you think that this is a privacy concern then you need to have your head examined. It is anonymous statistical information and nothing more.

    It is possible that this information was being collected for an AT&T app that you could download a while back and the OS is still collecting it in the background regardless of whether you have the app installed. Am I crazy or is there an AT&T app that consumes this data on the app store?

    Would you mind telling us the source of this knowledge? While I have read that this happens only on GSM devices, I know from my device that it had data from all over the world. But most interesting would be where you found the information that that files gets shared with AT&T.

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  • AppleScruff1
    Mar 23, 07:23 PM
    If it was a Microsoft app most here would have a different opinion.

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  • LightSpeed1
    Mar 24, 10:15 PM
    Do you guys see Thunderbolt replacing maybe the firewire ports one day?

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  • oneighturbo
    Sep 14, 01:15 PM
    If the new one is announced before your order ships, it will be automatically upgraded. Otherwise, you should return the unopened product within 2 weeks of purchase for a free upgrade.

    so far its 24hr shipping..

    that will mean living with a MBP unopened for 11 days and then some... :eek: :D

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  • dsnort
    Oct 27, 03:38 PM
    My cousin's iBook died last winter. I discovered he disposed of it, not sure if he did environmentally-well or not. But since he should've given it to me, even though dead, I had to shoot him. That's one that won't hose the environment anymore!

    (this post is partly hyperbole.....no Apple is ever "dead")

    I seriously hope you disposed of the body in an ecologically sound manner! :D

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  • Eddyisgreat
    Feb 26, 12:44 PM


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  • baleensavage
    Apr 20, 11:29 AM
    I'm personally of the opinion that anyone that thinks they have any privacy in this digital age is lying to themselves. There is no privacy, every single time you do anything on the internet or cell phone, some device somewhere is keeping a log of it. This is just one more way. But like other people mentioned, unless you're a criminal or the victim of a highly sophisticated stalker, then no one really cares about your private data.

    With that said, if Apple is in fact storing location data when you specifically turn location services off on your iPhone, then this is a big problem that needs to be remedied. Their TOS specifically states that they are not collecting this data when you turn location services off and that is a flat out lie.

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  • Luca Boccaccini
    Aug 28, 12:51 PM
    wake up then, because it won't happen for awhile.
    The current enclosure is very nice, so why change it?

    Hi gugy,

    I agree with you: MBP are really nice, but.... the Macbook's keyboard design is simply gorgeous. Clean, with those rounded corners.
    Not to mention the magnetic latch.:rolleyes:

    It would be a leap forward a better design. And a greater coherence through the entire -book line.


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  • liketom
    Oct 12, 12:19 PM
    if true thats good , but should be more like 10%

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  • mac jones
    Apr 4, 12:29 PM
    Give the man a free Mac.

    (preferably, one without bullet holes)

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  • iAlan
    Sep 17, 06:02 AM
    It may be difficult but one would hope Apple will bring the iPhone (or whatever it ends up being called) to Japan and other countries if it does in fact launch such a phone initially in the US.

    Let's wait and see...

    Apr 4, 12:18 PM
    Seems unfair to kill someone for robbery. Yes they're breaking the law, but only deserve a prison sentence. Do you really really think someone should be shot and killed for attempting to steal a few laptops and smash a few windows? If you do then man you have issues.

    If it were only robbery you are correct. In fact the guard would be in jail now. But these guys shot at a guard. When you do that the crime changes from robbery to attempted murder. It is also a really stupid move because I'd bet a bunch any armed guard spends some time at the shooting range. Many of them are off duty cops or ex-military police or have gotten training some place.

    Mar 22, 11:13 PM
    At least I won't have to wait 22 years to actually use it =p

    Are you sure? What ThunderPort devices are you planning to buy? When will they be available?

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    Neither will be redesigned next year. Look at the length of time Apple stuck with the previous design. There are still a few years left to this "look."

    As others have mentioned already, the last redesign was in the Fall of 2009. Before that was the Fall of 2007 (before that was January 2006 with the switch to Intel). The redesign cyles seem to be approx every two years. So 2011 could see another redesign, especially when the last two redesigns coincided with an OS X upgrade. That's why I keep saying look for a redesign this Fall, just before or just after Lion is released.

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    When do you estimate they will come out with the redesigned exterior?

    See above answer.

    They stuck with the previous design for 3-4 years. It has now been 3 years with the current look.

    No, it has been two years since the previous redesign. That is when the screen sizes changed from 20" and 24" to 21.5 and 27".

    Curious that everyone is clamoring for a thunderbolt-enabled machine, but there isn't a single thunderbolt drive available on the market.

    I guess some people just need to feel like they have new stuff even if it's totally pointless.

    Good points. Thunderbolt won't really be usable for anything until at least this Fall.

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    So previous iMac design lasted 4 years...it's been 3. Previous MBP design lasted, what, 6 years? Rumors are meaningless until we see leaked shots or something (remember the iPad 2 rumors?)

    I don't think that overhauling the exterior of iMac or MBP is high on Apple's priority list at the moment and I'd be surprised if it happened within the next year.

    Be prepared to be surprised this Fall.

    Isn't this iMac design from fall of 2009? That's less than two years.

    Bingo. At least someone is paying attention to the redesign cycles.

    Yep. There is little reason for Apple to fear USB 3. It's slower in both theoretical maximum speed and FAR slower in real world maximum speed. The only advantage is... Uhm... TB supports USB so... I guess there isn't one. Yes, I think USB 3 is quite possibly going to be the last iteration of USB.

    Yup, I think Steve has made it loud and clear, it's Thunderbolt all the way. Apple won't be using USB 3 as an interim bridge to, or alongside Thunderbolt.

    I seen it as more of a mid model refresh.
    TECHNICALLY been the same since 2008.

    No it hasn't. Technically, the iMac has only been the same since the last refresh, and less technically, since the last redesign--which was in the Fall of 2009.

    If you mean the aluminum design, that was actually way back in 2007.

    Yes, the iMac was redesigned from the white housing and S-PVA LCD panels to the aluminum housing and IPS (and TN) panels in the Fall of 2007.

    The fall 2009 refresh was a big redesign. The displays were all different sizes, 21.5 and 27" and went edge to edge. This was the first time since moving to Intel that the iMacs had desktop processors instead of the previous mobile chips. It was not a trivial redesign which is why it's unlikely there will be much different about this year's updates other than ports, processors, and storage upgrades.

    Excellent, you are correct. The last redesign was not trivial. And look for a possible redesign this Fall to coincide with the release of Lion. I'm not guarranteeing anything here, it's just been the pattern the last two redesigns.

    Apr 20, 10:19 AM
    Shhhhh.....go back to your ifart apps children, we've got everything under control :apple:

    Aug 28, 02:24 PM
    They're competitive with the Mac Pro. Very competitive.

    Mac Pro - you get a lot for the money. More pricey than most users are willing to spend, but unquestionably, "a lot of bang for the buck".

    Still, my point is that Apple isn't trying to remain competitive in regards to grabbing sales or going outside of their niche market. Apple has diehard fans that will purchase whatever they sell, no matter what. They don't need to attempt to go outside of that faction because they'll have a hard time swaying general computer users who are used to Windows already or don't want to pay the premium price. Apple gives you a lot of computer for the price, but the price is still above and beyond what anyone else will charge you. Then it boils down to asking yourself "do you want to pay for the Apple experience" and some people say 'yes' and others say 'no'. For better or worse, I don't see this changing in the near future. Apple does sell competitively priced computers (ie Mini) but they're also limiting the user in regards to upgradability; I don't think anyone can argue the upgrade capabilities of a minitower or tower @ $500 versus a small form factor for $600. Can you upgrade Macs? For the most part, yes, undoubtedly. How far can you upgrade your Mac? That depends on how much you spent upfront on it, deciding between a SFF and a $1,999 Mac Pro tower.

    I still love Macs and I enjoy working in OSX, but they really need to get on the 'headless Mac' idea, stat. IMO they could (seemingly overnight) gain at least a 10%+ market share if they released a tower desktop for $600, but that throws a monkey wrench into the rest of their hardware sku lineup, and they're not going to allow that to happen. Unless they kill off the Mini and slash prices on the iMac first, we'll never see a sub-$1,000 Mac in a tower enclosure.

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