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  • balamw
    Aug 7, 03:57 PM
    it's too bad that they don't match or exceed the dell monitors in all categories
    You're free to dream, but they don't plan to meet or exceed the Dell in number of units sold, so I wouldn't expect them to meet or exceed them on price either.

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  • BenRoethig
    Aug 14, 08:01 PM
    Hey guys, when did we stop talking about displays and start the communism discussion?





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  • Leoff
    Oct 29, 05:50 AM
    Apple is a hardware company.
    Apple is a hardware company.

    If they didn't sell Macintoshes and iPods they would be out of business.
    If they didn't sell Macintoshes and iPods they would be out of business.

    The software is what makes the hardware valuable.
    The software is what makes the hardware valuable.

    The software is easy to use and works well.
    The software is easy to use and works well.

    If the software worked on any hardware, it would not be so easy to use.
    If the software worked on any hardware, it would not be so easy to use.

    It would also not work so well.
    It would also not work so well.

    What's funny is, you could easily swap "Software" for "Hardware" in your little mantra and it still rings just as true.

    "Apple is a Software Company"
    "If they didn't sell the Mac OS they would be out of business"
    "The Hardware is what makes the Software valuable"
    "The Hardware is easy to use and works well"
    "If they Hardware worked with any software, it would not be so easy to use"
    "It would also not work so well"

    Apple is not a hardware company, it is a computer company. There is quite a difference. Apple has a symbiotic relationship between it's hardware and software. One without the other, the company would be dead.





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  • jettredmont
    Jul 21, 08:38 PM
    Show me another phone that can drop calls from just the position of one finger. Nokia have their problems at the moment, but their reception has always been rock solid.


    See one post directly above yours: the Nokia N1. Both points refuted with one example!

    The point, again, is that the signal drop through touching the "right" spot with a finger maxes out significantly lower than the signal drop through dense body attenuation, as you get when your hand or head is blocking the signal. They are different things, but the more significant one is the one Apple is showing here.

    This is just how antennas work. You can degrade a signal by detuning it, but you can stop the signal dead by attenuation.



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  • Rot'nApple
    Mar 24, 04:08 PM
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    So many posts of "Happy Birthday", that one more would just get lost in the shuffle... So, how many ways can one say 'Happy Birthday (http://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/birthday.htm)'? Let me count the ways... :eek:

    Happy Birthday Apple OS X... :) :apple:
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  • LeeRain
    Aug 3, 04:25 PM
    Nokia???? What's a 'Nokia'?



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  • Rodimus Prime
    Aug 8, 10:03 AM
    Plug-in hybrids put additional strain on the power grid, a strain it cannot currently handle on a large scale. So plugin electrics are not ready for large-scale adoption yet. If electric cars are to be the future, our power grid needs to be made much, much higher capacity AND a lot greener.

    Lifestyle choices are always going to trump technology in terms of impact on the environment and saving fuel. If everyone made it a point to buy a more efficient car the next time they buy a vehicle, the impact would be truly staggering. If everyone bought a 10% more efficient car, the fuel savings would add up fast.

    We can't rely on technology to pick up the slack and protect us from our own destructive lifestyles. We need to be proactive and make changes, even sacrifices. I admit I still love my sportscars, but they are the least of our worries - it's all the big SUV daily drivers and trucks that are killing us.

    The problem with the US is out transportation system was never laid out for a good mass transit. We have massive urban sprawl and no real way solve that problem. Add in the fact that rail systems were never designed into the system so retrofitting them is will be very costly and very difficult to do.

    As for the mass eletric cars I think you pass over my point about how most of them will be charged at night during off peak hours which means for the most part the grid can take a a huge number of them before we will start having a real issue.

    We need something to replace the use of gas. Hybrids I will say are a great thing to bridge between our combustion engine and what ever is next. Things like the volt I think are the best examples of the bridge because we just need to replace the power generator and that is fairly easy to do compared to having to figure out some other type of engine to move the car. We have electric motors that we can advance for moving.

    Reducing our usage of fuel I would argue is a dead end tech. All it will do is delay the problem but not solve it. Hybrids bridge us to the solution.





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  • roadbloc
    Apr 29, 04:54 PM
    I liked it how it was before, with the sliders... :(



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  • WillEH
    Mar 24, 03:09 PM
    10 years of making history! :)





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    Oct 19, 10:24 AM
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  • twoodcc
    Apr 9, 11:22 PM
    I'm doin' all the ppd I can without spending more money on hardware right now:D I would like to replace 5 machines with a new Mac Pro when they come out (4 really slow and my current Mac Pro). It's h**l waiting for Apple sometimes :eek: Hurry up Apple!! :apple:

    What I want: Mac Pro with 12-16 cores, 24-32 threads, 2-3Ghz, 24 gigs of fast ddr3 ram, same case design outside plus usb 3.0, inside room for 3-4 2.5 inch ssd's in raid 0, 4 3.5 inch sata 2.0 or 3.0 (interchangable) and support for 3 GTX 295/480 cards.

    Price $4-5k I'm not asking too much am I?

    What I really want: Mac Pro with 64 cores, 256 threads, 3-4Ghz, 32 gigs of fast memristor (http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/emerging-tech/2010/04/09/memristor-discovery-could-lead-to-faster-hpc-40088582/) memory ON CHIP, 64 gigs of ddr3 ram, and a few other things in an anodized aluminum case :p

    dang. yeah, not asking for much huh :cool:

    but don't be surprised if you don't get half of that, and it costs $6k.

    this is one of the main things that bothers me about apple. i just don't understand why they wait so long to update the mac pros like this. at least announce something





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  • PODshady
    Nov 16, 02:39 PM
    Correct me if I am wrong.... but if Apple switches to AMD processors wouldn't they have to rewrite their apps again to work with AMD as they had to do with the Intel switch

    Correct me if I am wrong.... but if Apple switches to AMD processors wouldn't they have to rewrite their apps again to work with AMD as they had to do with the Intel switch



    actually never mind my last post.... I just realized that they are both x86 processors.... and I also relaized that Microsoft Windows runs on both processors without any rewritten apps



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  • Ugg
    May 4, 03:04 PM
    The bill and its proposed draconian penalties is just ridiculous.

    On the other hand, Dr. Choi should tend to the physical and mental well-being of his patients, and stop trying to play safety nanny. Sorry, but I find his arguments unconvincing, and if a busybody doctor starting quizzing me about safety practices around my home, I'd tell him to F off.

    You do understand that Dr Choi is a pediatrician, don't you?

    Not asking about a child's physical environment, seems almost criminal in my mind. We put plugs in the outlets, child proof caps on medicines, child proof latches on cupboards, get rid of sharp edged furniture, require child safety seats in vehicles... I honestly don't see why a pediatrician should not concern himself with all aspects of a child's safety.

    Are you an NRA member?





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  • CalfCanuck
    Sep 25, 12:05 PM
    I hope that we'll all be pleased with the improved DB code for searching, keywords, etc. It always seemed to me that THIS was the major failure of Aperture. It's RAW onscreen conversions were never bad in terms of speed, given the amount of processing that was going on. But the old DB searchs of 15 seconds (with NO conversions!) always implied poorly written code/bad code design.

    With 1.5 and the expanding list of supported computers, it appears that the Aperture team finally cleaned up this mess. Hopefully the result will be a pleasant surprise for all.

    Here's my earlier post where I talked more about keyword imprivements, esp the new "no" keyword option which was MY major gripe for such a minor issue:

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=2878430#post2878430



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  • cult hero
    Mar 24, 09:26 PM
    Downhill since Tiger.

    I don't think I've ever seen such a consistent troll on any forum.





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  • Surely
    Apr 21, 10:48 PM
    Well, some places limit the ability to downvote for higher level accounts. Like those who have been around or gained a certain amount of reputation. While others have no downvote ability at all.

    arn

    I suppose that might work better than allowing anyone and everyone the ability to downvote.

    I still don't think that downvoting is necessary. But I suppose there isn't harm in trying it out to see how it works.



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  • peharri
    Sep 12, 07:44 AM
    If the iTunes Music Store is going to be called the iTunes Store (iTMS > iTS?) then shouldn't the name iTunes change as well to coincide with the change in available media? :o

    Maybe they can get Senator Ted Stevens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Series_of_tubes) to change his mind if they rename it the "iTubes Media Store"? The name would look similar enough that most people probably wouldn't even notice.





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  • jonat8
    Sep 12, 03:47 AM
    Hmm, no iTMS updates here in the UK as of yet. Hopefully that fact and also that the webcast is being broadcast in London as well suggests that the UK might get a piece of the action too :)

    I hope that the Movie Store comes out today but I think that purchase-only will be a bad idea. There has to be the option to BUY and to RENT movies, otherwise I don't think it will succeed given the cheap price of DVDs these days. But having the ability to rent appeals to the impulse buyer who just wants something to watch that night, which is probably me - I would go looking for a new release movie that I want to rent to watch that evening, that's it.

    The other thing that I'm desperately hoping for is cheap prices for older movies. If you go down to the video shop to rent a movie, new releases are £3.50, older releases £2.00 or less. I want to see the same think on the movie store. So if I feel the need to watch "Mrs Doubtfire" again one rainy afternoon, I can rent it instantly for a couple of pounds. Same with purchases - you can get 6-12 month old DVDs for £5 on Amazon.co.uk - iTunes needs to reduce the price of older movies to stay competitive.

    I also hope that in some way it will be integrated with the iTunes Music Store - for one reason: I have loads of iTunes credit and I want to be able to spend it on movies too!

    Fingers crossed for the event today. I'm hoping for some good stuff and some common sense from Apple.





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  • calzon65
    Jul 21, 02:38 PM
    So if another car company was hiding the same problem Toyota had, and Toyota pointed it out, that would be wrong? Why are the other companies denying it?

    Apple should simply focus on resolving their own issues. It's not their job to be the "tattle tell" police pointing out problems or potential problems with their competitors. The press and/or markets will uncover issues with Apple competitors.





    madmaxmedia
    Jan 11, 04:53 PM
    Doing it during somebody's presentation is just plain cold.

    I heard that the Gizmodo people pushed all the buttons in the elevators too.





    nosen
    Sep 28, 11:19 AM
    I wonder what the hold up is with releasing this update? :o





    ritmomundo
    Mar 18, 04:53 PM
    This is what I "love" about MacRumors, it's the only Apple fansite where Apple fans, rightly proud of their products, can log on and be TOLD what their opinions should be by rabid fans of other devices, who in turn use the fanboy card to back up their point of view, therefore rendering any reply by an Apple user pointless.

    The Android fans are as bad, if not in fact worse, than the iPhone fans on here. The very notion you come to an Apple site to stress your point of view and borderline enforce it to the point of it being accepted as fact, proves as much.

    I'm all for people loving their apple products. I love my iPhone too. But unlike some of these apple fans, I don't consider my iPhone to be the holy grail of smartphones.





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    May 3, 03:18 PM
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    menlotechnical
    Apr 20, 12:31 PM
    People who are not geeks - live their lives and will want 'ease of use' and they will want more and more to view the computer as an appliance. Like a toaster or toilet. They will not replace or adjust it until it breaks.
    That being said, as the exploits to Windows grows, and less decisions are being made in MS by the old boy team of Gates and his peers... I think there continues to be an invisible hand that drives people away from Windows machines.
    Business and most people just want a functioning machine and easy to use UI. They could care less about file systems and USB 3, they just want it to work.
    When you have a HUGE mass of people wanting to overtake your Windows computer, with 100's of daily new infections, why would ANYONE want to learn how to surf the web defensively? They just want to surf the web. With Windows, you have to surf defensively. You need antivirus, you need anti malware, you need to dump temp files regularly, protect and delete cookies and do a ton of stuff that is just unrealistic to most of the market.
    I question the ideas that Lion Server is going away, that Samba is going to be pushed out, and that NFS will not work. I can't understand why they would put so much effort into a mac mini server and just drop it like Microsoft does: see their book scan project, Sharepoint, MSN Music, Zune players, etc. They chase markets - see Windows seven mobile features - and then they cancel them, leaving people in the cold.
    There is a lot in the favor of apple today and going forward. I hope that Jobs has a legacy plan in place whenever he has to leave this Earth. Because there is HUGE opportunity in the next ten years.



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