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  • benhollberg
    May 1, 10:32 PM
    CNN says the Pakistan government had a part in the killing of Bin Laden.





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  • retrorichie
    Apr 21, 03:28 PM
    Personally I could care less about the graphics downgrade if the MBA gets sandy bridge. It is slightly disappointing at face value to downgrade anywhere with a new generation of machine, but I can live with not being able to do any gaming on this thing if it is excellent at everything else. i5 or i7 CPU combined with 512 GB of storage would be frickin' amazing. Throw in an anti-glare display and a backlit keyboard and I would just about roll over and die.





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  • maclaptop
    Apr 22, 05:01 PM
    The GSMArena article is wrong there. It is true that the F700 was officially "introduced in Feb 2007", but it was already shown at the IFA fair in Berlin in autumn 2006.

    So what?

    No one will deny the success Apple has, yet its not good enough for this greedy CEO and company.

    They are just out of control. Pure unadulterated gluttony.





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  • SmileyBlast!
    Apr 13, 02:10 PM
    I'm not sure Apple would be able to add real value to a TV here.
    They always seem to choose less than stellar hardware and then add great Software for the Value Add and high profit margins.

    So I'm happy with my 2nd Gen Apple. TV as is.
    A TV is big commitment. I don't want to be flipping that every year.
    Besides its heavy and awkward.





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  • ArchaicRevival
    Apr 22, 12:04 PM
    Yet another reason to go with Android.

    MR should have this next to their sticky topics: "Trolls need not reply."





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  • reifer
    Apr 22, 09:46 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.

    Interesting view but?
    Suing your supplier is tricky but,
    Suing your largest customer is STUPID. Apple can likely find other sources but customers the size of Apple?
    Never happen. They have a death wish.





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  • Prom1
    Oct 19, 02:01 AM
    Quite a bit here. And this coming from Proud Mac owners, and Apple supporters.

    1 > The Intel CPU or platform change is gonna make HUGE strides over to Mac OS X. Multiple OS' on one machine is just pure bliss. I've got 3 ppl at work considering the switch all because of the XEON cpu & the ability to run 3 OS (MS Vista, Linux of their choice, and finally MAC OS X); but their just considering because they'll need to upgrade their hardware regardless.

    2> The MacBook Pro is due for a case colour change or revision. Its basically the PowerBook G4's case with an iSight, save for MagLite and few other things. But what will Apple make of the case? Polycarbonate, Magnesium Alloy with carbonfibre chassis? Better heat dissappation?

    3> Mac Pro; great case. Its not gonna change anytime soon, and I for one realize its Apple's Monolith machine. Heck if you dont want your G5 PowerMac or Mac Pro I'll be more than gratuitous in receiving it as a hand-me-down.

    4> I think this qtr we'll see a slowdown of iPod Nano sales due to the new aluminum enclosure, doesnt have that esthetic appeal to it; but its personal preference.

    With MW07 quickly approaching, I think the Mac Pro will get significant sales from those that are waiting, due to recent purchases - cleaning out their old G4 PowerMac closets to make way for new Xeon Core 2 Duo machines.

    With Vista awaiting to be released, I really think Apple should align their Marketing campaign to be double sided. Either cheeky to poke fun at lack of innovation and revolution to the Vista OS - but NOT at the user! Remember its actually a benefit that the end user can use the Mac Pro or Mac Book series & iMac to install Vista should the user choose to. Market this as a choice something the end user doesnt get at the office ;) Secondly I think Apple should REALLY push the features, power, security, frequent updates to improve an owners system, ALL as a viable reason to own & use both the Mac & OS X! I thought OS X is supposed to sell the hardware, well damnit Apple ADVERTISE IT!

    Bring in the big guns Apple to SHOW consumers, small business', family's etc. Get Software companies to advertise how powerful, efficient and productive their products are. How efficient users are USING the Mac. Come up with a low budget, effective direct perspective of how the Mac OS X is. Appeal to the IT Professional, appeal to the family, appeal to the rebel youth, appeal to the manager of a SOHO business, highlight business partners success that use your hardware to make their success.





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  • RebootD
    Mar 31, 01:18 PM
    I am welcome to having a better iCal but please please please:

    1. Let me turn off that horrible pleather skin
    2. Let me use colors other than 50%, 70% and 90% gray





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  • blow45
    Apr 13, 11:57 PM
    double post





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  • Krevnik
    Apr 22, 11:13 AM
    Bash is under the GPL license - not GNU. Never has been GNU see source link -> http://www.opensource.apple.com/release/mac-os-x-106/

    BTW - No part of MacOSX i distributed under GNU licensing...

    Couple notes:

    GNU is an organization that amongst other things, controls the GPL (GNU Public License).

    Linux has it's background in Minix, using a GNU userland, hence the common term GNU/Linux to denote the two pieces. The Linux kernel is not controlled by GNU projects.





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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 08:52 PM
    You have to think that the thunderbolt has a slight negative thing about it that is hindering its sells. The battery life.
    Indeed, there have been reports saying that the return rate of the Thunderbolt is quite high due to this very issue.





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  • cadillac1234
    Apr 13, 02:44 PM
    Apple doesn't currently produce their own displays now why would they wade into the low-margin muck that is the display market?

    As a lot of others have said licensing Airplay to display producers makes the most sense





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  • rico99
    Apr 13, 08:37 PM
    Here, I was beginning to wonder if I'd have to keep my 2G iPhone working until iPhone5 came out.





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  • manu chao
    Apr 13, 08:42 PM
    ????? When did this happen? You do realize that 99% of consumers don't follow this stuff that close and have no idea when products are released.
    That is why I put a mild sarcasm tag at the end of my post, guess this did not work and I have to use [/sarcasm] to get my point across.





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  • Tones2
    Apr 26, 02:43 PM
    not everyone wants a dedicated home server that they load everything on and let it run 24 hours a day. We just have a MBA.... i'm not gonna load all my music on there and leave it plugged in 24 hours a day. Just not gonna happen.

    Exactly. It's more than just the $5 for the app and the data cap/bandwidth issues. It is wear and tear on a machine that has to be left on 24/7. It is the hydro cost of running that machine 24/7 instead of turning it off when you go out (this alone may well add up to more than $20/year!) If you don't want your main machine on 24/7 then it is the cost of another Mac mini or NAS or other device to act as the server instead.

    It is also wear and tear on your 2 TB drive that has to be on 24/7, as opposed to working more like a backup drive that's only activated occasionally to back up your music files. It is the hassle of ensuring AudioGalaxy and your server and your ISP internet connection are all up and running when you need them to be (dealing with power outages, internet outages, maintenance, restarts, software updates, etc.)

    $20/year might well be worth it for the uptime and hydro considerations alone.

    I don't have a dedicated server, just my normal home PC that I have iTunes on that I already sync my iPhone to. I put it in SLEEP mode - it consumes almost no power unless it's gets "woken up" by the streaming app, after which it puts itself back to sleep. It doesn't run 24 hours a day - only when I stream or am actually using it. Maybe 4 hours. I never have an issue.

    All the rest of the stuff (dealing with power outages, internet outages, maintenance, restarts, software updates, etc.) is nonsense. It's what I do normally or would only very remotely occur.


    Tony





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  • 33scottie33
    Sep 29, 10:40 PM
    I get about the same drop rate or worse in the DC Metro area. I also have friends on AT&T that have their text messages go to the wrong person. Thinking seriously of getting a Verizon BB and an iPod Touch to replace my iPhone. :(:(:( Sorry :apple:





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  • nies
    Apr 26, 07:48 PM
    Yes I understand now





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  • Hastings101
    Mar 31, 08:30 PM
    Heinous. Absolutely hideous.

    And I'm a fan of eye candy.

    The faux leather is almost as bad as this "Marble" OS X mockup, from back in the day:

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3392/3333642840_d905e48e47_o.jpg

    I actually kind of like that, outside of the ugly close/min/max buttons and the scroll bars :P





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  • minnesotamacman
    Oct 19, 07:55 AM
    As always, the iPod is Apple's real cash cow.

    Too bad for those of us who wish they would divert a little more of their attention to their computer line.


    Did I not see that 58% of the revenue came from the computers? How does this make the iPod the cash cow?





    longofest
    Dec 2, 07:26 AM
    The mere fact that some kernel vulnerabilities were discovered in an event SPECIFICALLY devoted to finding such things does not mean our OS X is unsafe. It is by far the MOST secure system out there, with 40 million or 400 million users, and nobody has been able to prove the opposite so far.

    The guy heading up the MOKB thing said that MacOSX's kernel (XNU) was the easiest kernel to crack. If that makes you feel safe, then go ahead and feel safe, but for me, even though I use extremely good security practices and networking measures, I still would rather have Apple get serious aboud security and start hardening their system more so that guys who are only fuzzing and stress testing can't come up with 10 vulnerabilities in a month.

    The only thing I can suggest (which I doubt anyone will follow) is to avoid the hysteria. When a real threat emerges, you'll most likely hear about it long before you are actually in any danger from it.

    Funny thing is that I don't see anyone in this forum going into hysteria about this other than the people saying that "this is a load of FUD." Why is it such a shock that MacOSX can be vulnerable? No, it hasn't been exploited to any large extent, but vulnerabilities open up the door to exploits, and the only thing that is keeping us away from having exploits happen is our market share. You may not want to hear that, but as long as we are below 10% of the market, people simply aren't going to target our vulnerabilities, but are going to target MS's vulnerabilities.

    The problem of course, is that our Market Share is going up, and so we will likely be a larger target for hackers. So if these vulnerabilities keep popping up in this frequency, that becomes a major issue for the exploitation problem as time goes on.





    aperry
    Apr 26, 12:48 PM
    Can you point me to were you are getting your 2TB hard drives for free? :cool:

    I am pretty sure you won't be storing 2TB of your music with Apple for $20/yr.

    Is it even known yet exactly how this will work? The fact that Apple needed to make agreements with all of the labels makes this service look a little suspect to me. For example, would I be allowed to store my music that was ripped from a CD under a different label (one which Apple doesn't have an agreement?)





    kevin2223
    May 3, 07:49 AM
    Two Thunderbolt ports on the 27".

    You now get a 2TB drive and 256GB SSD for what the old 1TB+SSD combo. cost, although it would have been nice to see cheaper/more options here.





    Michael Scrip
    May 4, 04:08 AM
    I don't think Apple can continuously afford to do that though. Everyone can see that Android is making a stand and a strong one at that. Improving market share more than others still while some are even declining.

    Let's be clear... "Android" is an OS from Google that you can find on dozens of phones from many manufacturers.

    Apple knows they can't compete with that. And they're not. Marketshare is not a goal. For instance... Android has more marketshare... now what?

    It's Mac vs Windows all over again. Windows is crushing Macs 10 to 1. Dell and HP have sales that dwarf the Mac. But is Apple really in trouble with the Mac?

    Apple sells phones... and quite a lot of them. 18 million iPhones last quarter... and 16 million in the previous quarter. Any other manufacturer would kill for those numbers.

    If iPhone sales drop to ZERO... then we can talk about Apple rethinking their strategy. Until then... Apple will continue to sell hundreds of thousands of phones every day... further positioning themselves away from bankruptcy.





    maclaptop
    Apr 22, 11:07 AM
    Yeah - I know if will never happen because SJ is compulsive obsessive with never making things bigger.
    Most likely because he has the "Little man" complex.



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