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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 28, 05:03 PM
    I must believe this. They have pictures!

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  • rovex
    Apr 28, 04:51 PM

    It's called "the principle". ;)

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  • moneyman118
    Apr 26, 11:05 PM
    I bought an iMac April 16. If apple releases a new model May 3rd, will they pity recent buyers and allow exchange/return for the new iMac????

    Yes. Be nice and say the new iMac fits your needs better.

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  • Apple 26.2
    Apr 23, 08:35 PM
    "If found, please call 408"...


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  • firestarter
    Apr 24, 08:36 PM
    If you don't have a daughter, then you don't have a clue.
    I have seen some transgenders, and I have nothing to say to them.

    I could say the same to you. Your lack of empathy and understanding for people different to you through no fault of their own appears to be manifesting itself in violent bigotry.

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  • entatlrg
    Apr 22, 02:46 AM
    Even more entertaining is the fact that Apple is so arrogant they fail to realize how stupid they look.

    Suing their biggest vendor.

    It doesn't get any more stupid than that.

    And you're the know it all because?

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  • andrewbecks
    Apr 25, 09:56 PM
    Remote access with iPad to a Mac works fantastic with a number of programs / utilities... Just Do it :)

    Agreed! I use LogMeIn Ignition paired with a Bluetooth mouse and it works quite well. So much so that I'll be replacing my 2009 MBP with a new iMac when they are released next week.

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  • RTee
    May 4, 07:23 AM
    Maybe they're waiting to see what everyone else puts out!:rolleyes:

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  • Evangelion
    Jul 25, 11:50 AM
    Then good for him, but if he's that much of a power user, he's looking at a redesign of the PowerMac case, not a mini-tower.

    Maybe it's a re-design of the PM. Hell, I have talked of such a system on these forums before, and in that case I talked it as a cheap version of MacPro.

    Yeah, lots of gamers. But they aren't going to buy Macs anyway are they?

    There are others who want such a system besides gamers. Or are you saying that only gamers buy PowerMacs?

    You want a huge selection of models, each one suited to your particular needs?

    No, what makes you think that? Apple currently has two lines of laptops, one for coneumers, one for professionals. Apple has three desktop-lines available: two for consumers, one for professionals. Would having a second pro-model really mean that there is "huge selection of models"?

    Apple tried the multiple models approach back in the 90s and nearly went bankrupt as a result.

    Go check history. Back in the nineties, Apple offered zillion different models, with very little differentiation between them (I believe there were some differences in the software, but that's it). In this case there would still be relatively few models available, and each of them would be substantially different from each other. Mac Mini and iMac are substantially different from each other. And MacPro and MacPro Mini would also be significantly different. If Apple wants to expand it's market-share, they will need more models than the current ones.

    You may as well throw these criticisms at laptops. However, they sell. Apple mini-towers traditionally don't.

    Maybe they don't sell, because Apple hasn't had any?

    But obviously not enough from the studies Apple have conducted, otherwise where is it?

    Coming up maybe?

    Just showing how the iMac does have "desirability" for hundreds of thousands of real buyers, something some posters here seem to refute.

    Apple does sell lots of systems. Does that mean that things and products are perfect and they couldn't do anything better? No it does not. Apple has expanded their product-line in the past (Mac Mini for example), why not do it this time?

    But only SOME of you.

    And iMac is only ideal for some of you. So what's your point?

    Why aren't Apple releasing a mini-tower?

    Maybe they are. Before Apple released the Mini, people were asking "Why doesn't Apple release an inexpensive Mac?". And people like you were saying "Apple is doing well, they know what they are doing, there is no need for cheap Mac".

    As for two Mac minis, the case would have to be a standard depth to fit standard parts, otherwise we're back in the realm of special Mac versions of hardware.

    Of course, and two Mac Mini's is more than enough (note: I talked of desk real-estate, not the volume). On the PC-side there are small cases (from Shuttle for example) that are quite small, but they still accept standard components.

    MacPro might be a lot smaller, fitting your requirements much closer whilst keeping Apple's range in check.

    Maybe, but it would propably be quite expensive. Currently there is a hole in Apple's product-lineup. Some people want a computer in the $1000+-range. What does Apple have to offer there? The iMac. But there are people who don't want an all-in-one.

    What about companies? My employer uses lots of desktops, and Apple simply does not have a system that would be suitable. We want a desktop that could be expanded and fixed onsite by the IT-staff if needed. So we have three choices: iMac, Mac Mini and PowerMac. iMac is not expandable and it's hard to service. Mac Mini is not expandable either. PowerMac is, but it's WAY too expensive, and too big. And I bet my employer is not alone here.

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  • iMikeT
    Jul 24, 04:07 PM
    I would love to have a new wireless Mighty Mouse but I already have the original. I might just wait until I get a new Mac to get one.

    For some reason, I still hear many people complaining about this. The complaints will more than likely come from the fact of the lack of a "real" right-click.:rolleyes:

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  • Sambo110
    Apr 15, 08:03 PM
    Only updated my iPad to 4.3, was too lazy to update my iPod Touch, but with all these battery drain issues I might hold off, 4.3 doesn't have anything I need for my iPod.

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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 15, 03:28 PM
    Well Apple has used up all the "big cat" names like Tiger and Lion which means that either OS 11 is underway or they will be in the embarassing situation of having to use lesser cat names which imply "less".

    Ocelot, Cheetah, Cougar, Fluffy, etc......:cool:

    I for one am ready for OS 11.0 "Merlot"

    Stan: "Surprise! I got us a second wife. You know, to help with cooking and cleaning. Her name's impossible to pronounce, so I just call her Thundercat."

    Thundercat FTW. Why not, what with Thunder Bolt!

    Wine??? Nooooo.

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  • mozmac
    May 3, 07:34 AM
    Finally. I have been waiting.

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  • b_scott
    Apr 15, 12:52 PM
    It came out yesterday. Not a couple of hours ago. I stream Sirius radio on the weekdays at work and I notice a difference in the battery usage.

    yeah, but your post was still less than 24 hours since release, and unless you got it the second it came out, probably much less than that for you. Just saying give it time.

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  • cr2sh
    Jul 24, 06:29 PM
    (Looks at watch)

    Is it time for another ****** apple mouse already?

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  • pesos
    Jul 21, 01:21 PM
    well there are two market share stats that are at issue here. one is hardware sales, and one is OS X usage.

    i.e. I have a mac mini, but it doesn't have X on it. It runs solely windows 2003 server with a couple of virtual servers on it also running windows 2003. It's dead quiet so i can run it in my room 24/7. so it's a hardware sale, but not using X.

    I built a macbook for a client running XP only since that's what is required for work. i think more and more we will see apple hardware being bought for use with windows -- people who like the aesthetics but prefer to continue to use their current software library and/or have work restrictions.


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  • Burger Thing
    Mar 31, 08:18 PM
    Please, for the love of God... No! Just when I thought they couldn't top the butt ugly look of the Address Book...

    I wonder what's next? Maybe the reincarnation of Clippy's Spirit? Maybe an animated pigeon pops up when you start the upcoming Email application and asking, if you want to send an email today? :rolleyes:

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  • likemyorbs
    May 2, 01:11 AM
    From a moral standpoint, I can't be happy that he is dead. No one deserves to die. He should have spend the rest of his life in a prison cell

    NEIN NEIN NEIN NEIN NEIN! He deserved to die.

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  • Eriden
    Mar 16, 10:37 AM
    Brea had a good number of Verizon models and a few WiFi, but no AT&T. GSM models are obviously being saved for the international launch.

    Apr 14, 10:42 AM
    The release of the white iPhone coming up soon, further proves that the 5 won't be out anytime soon. My guess is maybe 4th QT of this year early 1st QT of next.

    In the mean time, might get the white one for my girl, she's still on my old 3G and it hurts me to see her still using that thing.

    Mar 16, 02:05 PM
    First off...Eriden nice meeting you today, sir! Was a fun morning less the disappointment of neither of us getting our desired model.

    Brea had a 105 year old mall cop who yelled at some kids sitting in the middle of the floor. I'm almost positive he called for backup. Haha

    Just ordered mine online. At least have one in the pipeline. And is getting shipped to Mass so I'll save $20 on sales tax :)

    It was good meeting you too! Hopefully we won't have to wait the whole 4-5 weeks. I'd be back at the crack of dawn tomorrow, but I'm up against deadlines for work projects.

    And that mall cop was hilarious. He probably hasn't felt relevant in 30 years. Getting to glare at mallgoers and check in with his supervisors probably made his day.

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    Apr 22, 04:20 PM
    Well, there's someone else saying something else. Great. :rolleyes:



    Apr 28, 04:16 PM
    It's not, actually. Every time a change in the phone comes out, the manufacturer has to make new cases to reach those new customers, necessitating new tools/molds/whatever (so more cost on their end). Any manufacturer would prefer that the same case worked for all iPhone4s because then they would only have to spend the manufacturing dollars once to reach a every iPhone4 customer. Plus, less confusion when people are buying cases.

    So what you are telling me is: An iPhone 4 comes out and I buy a case. Incase makes $20. An iPhone 5 comes out the same size and I don't buy a case because I have an old one and Incase makes $0. How is that better for Incase exactly?

    Manufacturing processes are the same for phone cases , candy bars, or screen prints on T-Shirts. The expense comes from the design and fabrication of the molds, not the manufacturing process. These original molds are already made so they can continue to make the old case at next to nothing. Once the new mold is made (the expensive part) it 's the same song.

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