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  • regandarcy
    May 3, 10:32 AM
    The 21.5" has thunderbolt too....does that mean you can use it as an external display as well? :-)

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  • aafuss1
    Sep 4, 07:09 PM
    Disney and Viacom movies could be the first movies offered.

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  • callme
    Mar 29, 12:59 PM
    Considering that, when the iPhone was first announced, Jobs stated he would be happy with a 1% share of the market, Apple isn't doing too badly. If MS gets their act together with the Windows phone, I can see it getting a larger share. I guess how big a share depends on how Apple and Google respond with their own innovations.

    He said he would be happy with 1% of the TOTAL MOBILE PHONE MARKET SHARE, not just SMARTPHONES!

    What % of the total do Apple actually have?
    The latest figure I could see was 1.5%, not that much over the target the Steve set.

    Don't read the % figure of the Smartphone market as being the target Steve was after!

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  • G4DP
    Mar 22, 01:30 PM
    Glad all the consumers machines get this first. All the kinks can be worked out before the MacPro gets it at the end of the year.

    LaCie have started making drives etc with Cripplepeak connectivity. There are a few others.

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  • Tunster
    Apr 19, 09:46 AM
    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:
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. iOS 5 will fix anything that's trailing and then we'll see everyone follow Apple's footsteps again.

    Wouldn't you be annoyed if someone took an essay of yours and copy/pasted it with a few tweaks? Same principal.

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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 20, 08:00 PM
    Finally, someone gets it right.

    CDMA is technically superior to GSM just about any way you care to measure it. GSM's widespread adoption in Europe was by fiat as a protectionist measure for European telecom companies, primarily because the European technology providers did not want to license CDMA from an American company. CDMA was basically slandered six ways to Sunday to justify using GSM. It was nothing more than a case of Not Invented Here writ large and turf protection. This early rapid push to standardize on GSM in as many places as possible as a strategic hedge gave them a strong market position in most of the rest of the world. In the US, the various protocols had to fight it out on the open market which took time to sort itself out.

    Ultimately, the GSM consortium lost and Qualcomm got the last laugh because the technology does not scale as well as CDMA. Every last telecom equipment provider in Europe has since licensed the CDMA technology, and some version of the technology is part of the next generation cellular infrastructure under a few different names.

    While GSM has better interoperability globally, I would make the observation that CDMA works just fine in the US, which is no small region of the planet and the third most populous country. For many people, the better quality is worth it.

    I find a few things wrong with this:

    1) I don't think EU chose GSM because it was European and not American --- according to Wikipedia, GSM publicly came out in 1990 and CDMA (or IS-95) in 1996.
    2) I think it's hard to compare IS-95 and GSM. It's comparing apples to oranges. Sure, there are some things better about them, but CDMA and TDMA are completely different techniques and hard to compare.
    3) When you're talking about CDMA being used in future technologies in Europe, if you mean UMTS, that's not CDMA. It's the next generation GSM 3G technology, but uses wideband CDMA or WCDMA in the process. It is considered GSM technology.
    4) If you're choosing your new cellular provider based on whether they use CDMA or GSM, that's sad because you're going to get a phone that makes calls anyway. The rest, in my opinion, differs between what the execs at T-Cingizon PCS are thinking.

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  • wildmac
    Sep 10, 12:05 PM
    Quite simply, the way Intel is going about quad-core at this point in the game is both cautious and underwhelming. Once true quad core becomes a reality (and not simply two dual-core chips on a single peice of silicon, like Clovertown and Kentsfield), and the FSB is replaced by direct interconnects, then I'll upgrade from my Mac Pro. Otherwise, I expect the machine to remain capable and viable for the next three years or so.

    But that underwhelming feeling can be a good feeling. You know you are working on the latest hardware.

    I expect to see a speed-bump in the next 5-6 months for the MacPro, but nothing else.

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  • BWhaler
    Aug 28, 10:59 PM
    I really hope it takes until november or december. Watching you all squirm and making positive posts predicting a swift release for your own peace of mind is entertaining, and probably educational.

    mmmm...nothing like a little troll late in the evening.

    Go back to DellRocksTheWorld.com or AmigaForever.com or RollYourOwnPC.com or whatever...

    And have a nice day. :)

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  • jamesryanbell
    Apr 25, 01:26 PM
    That's why I've kept my late '08 MBP for as long as I have. I want a MAJOR step forward the next time I invest $2000+ on a primary machine. :)

    In the meantime, I'll be just fine with what I have! ;)

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  • milo
    Mar 30, 12:34 PM
    That's not true. I always find it annoying when I hear "THE App Store".
    Which app store?

    If that's not true, then where were you hearing the term "app store" used before apple trademarked it? No question there are multiple stores selling apps now, but if it was a generic term then there should be examples of use before the trademark filing. Example?

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  • zweigand
    Apr 25, 12:12 AM
    Fun and games till it's not.

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  • Chundles
    Sep 1, 07:01 AM
    You know this for certain????

    Last year Apple did the exact same thing sneaking out faster G4's with more vram in the Mac mini line.

    Everyone and their pet rumor site is expecting upgrades. We weren't expecting across the board superdrives. I now am.

    Personally i'd trade that superdrive for GMA965 with x3000 graphics, but thats about as likely before MWSF07 as a bullet proof string vest.


    I;;,m drunkn as a skunk. I know evderything for certain.

    Last silent upgrades were very small. if this isn't a mistake is a massive upgrade.

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  • gnasher729
    Sep 11, 07:42 AM
    No, not at all.

    An affinity mask sets the set of CPUs that can be scheduled. A job won't be run on another CPU, even if the assigned CPUs are at 100% and other idle CPUs are available.

    And that, by the way, is why setting affinity is usually a bad idea. Let the system dynamically schedule across all available resources -- or you might have some CPUs very busy, and others idle.

    Win2k3 also has "soft" affinity masks, which define a preferred set of CPUs. If all of the preferred CPUs are busy, and other CPUs are idle, then soft affinity allows the system to run the jobs on the idle CPUs - even though the idle CPUs aren't in the preferred affinity mask.

    Another aspect of quad core systems like MacPro or future Kentfields: On these systems, two cores share one 4 MB cache. If an application runs on two threads, it can run on two cores on the same chip, or on two cores on different chips. Threads that run on the same chip can exchange data very quickly, because anything that is in one threads L2 cache is automatically in the other threads L2 cache, but both threads together have only 4 MB cache. Threads running on different chips cannot exchange data quickly; data that is exchanged needs to be transferred through main memory. However, _each_ chip has 4 MB cache, or 8 MB total.

    In other words, some applications will run faster if using threads on the same chip, some will run faster if using threads on separate chip. It is quite hard for the OS to guess, but the application developer should have some idea.

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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 5, 12:11 PM
    I knew it was true.

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  • DaveN
    Apr 22, 01:43 PM
    My five year old MacBook is beginning to get screen flicker and dimming so this may be the update for me. I've been debating between the souped-up 15 inch MacBook Pro and an air but depending on the new Air specs, I may go that route. I don't need a backlit keyboard. I've been touch typing for thirty years and know where everything is based on the bumps on the f and j keys.

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  • Peace
    Sep 5, 05:25 PM
    Did you read the post? iTunes doesn't do that, right now apple doesn't have an airport with *video* output. And look at the picture again, that mockup has a remote that talks to the airport, you don't have to leave the room.

    You miss the whole point of this. Why would you want to have an expensive box next to the TV when you could just have a tiny airport, and let your computer do the heavy lifting from another room?

    You're assuming they won't up the resolution when they start doing movies. What makes you so sure they'll do that?

    Milo.I have my MacBook sitting next to and connected via S-Video to my TV and use iTunes sharing via Airport to watch videos almost every day..

    The key to good quality over iTunes sharing is to make the movie hinted.
    And it streams just fine..

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  • Onimusha370
    Mar 22, 01:49 PM
    Finally some Mac rumors.. :D

    my thoughts exactly :)

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  • joshwest
    Oct 12, 08:27 PM

    love the chicago store been there a few times

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  • macintel4me
    Sep 4, 09:40 PM
    A FrontRow AirPort Express device (with remote) is a much more cost effective way than buying a Mac Mini. Personally, I would love to play music, show my family pics and videos on my living room TV, but found a $600 Mac Mini too pricey for that. To be honest, I don't need (nor want to pay for) video editing software, music editing software, etc for my living room. An XBox can do that for half the price and it does games. I haven't gone the XBox route because it just seems too 'weird' and I'm waiting for the 'right' device to come out. I hoping this is it. :)

    I would have to see however how 320x240 would look on my plasma. I have a feeling I'd be disappointed....especially for $10...so the Movie Store thing may not be for me!!

    Apr 25, 06:49 PM
    i knew i should have held on a year longer :( i guess its ebay time in 6 months for my quad 17..

    Why? If you like your MacBook Pro, why the regrets if it is performing the tasks you want it to perform? I just purchased a quad 15" and I couldn't be happier. No need to upgrade or sell every time there is a refresh because technology moves so fast. Just be glad you have an awesome machine that will be awesome for years to come!

    May 3, 11:00 AM
    It should not have dual Thunderbolt. It should have 1 Thunderbolt (without DisplayPort if required) and 1 DisplayPort 1.2

    The discrete graphics chips in the new iMacs support up to 6 displays (including built-in), but this is crippled by Thunderbolt.

    The same happens with the discrete graphics of the MBPs, which could support up to 4 or 6 displays (including built-in).

    Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 16, 01:20 PM
    I'm soooo over the iPhone idea. I'm sort of hoping Apple comes out with iTelegraph or iMorse Code. RETRO IS VERY IN RIGHT NOW!
    Retro is always in, it's never out. That's why it's retro. Like it or not, the iPhone is coming, and I think it will be here in by the end of Novenber, cause Apple wont go from now until the end of the year without another consumer based event. They're on a roll right now, and they wont let Christmas pass by without releasing that thing.

    Mar 23, 04:53 PM
    Tell them NO ! No ! NO ! The States/Cities do not enforce the Law to the extreme like they should after the 1st offense !!!!! What difference does it make if all you are going to do is smack their little hand the first few times !!!! The folks that are going to break the law are going to break the law no matter what !!! Also I might add that I have seen here in the greater Kansas City Mo area that the newspapers post the areas anyway ...

    Sep 18, 05:58 PM
    whatever and whenever it shall be, it won't be too soon.

    I just will buy it, hopefully we can do so, unlocked, independently of the carrier. Today's phone are just plain crup.

    Unfortunately it will have a camera, it appears, which really sux, I hate those cell phone cameras especially here in the US where we are so behind that they charge you a fortune to send pics with the phone.

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