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  • res1233
    Apr 30, 01:56 PM
    USB 3 is coming next year. The only reason Apple has yet to implement it is because Intel hasn't. But that will change in Ivy Bridge.

    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.

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  • PurrBall
    Apr 30, 02:17 PM
    I seen it as more of a mid model refresh.
    TECHNICALLY been the same since 2008.

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

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  • yojitani
    Sep 1, 07:20 AM
    Well, just to add to the Core2duo speculation, I got an e-ad from Dell this morning advertizing the Inspiron E1705 with the Core2Duo shipping Sept 15.

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  • bearcatrp
    Apr 20, 10:10 AM
    This is total BS. We should have been informed of this and a way to turn it off or delete the file on our own. As for the poster above who stated it only goes to your computer, I highly doubt it. This is another big brother tracking honest citizens. Hope a class action does happen. I will definitely sign on!

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  • GregA
    Sep 15, 10:44 PM
    '07? They've been planning for for years is seems like and '07 is the best they can do? It seems that Apple has a choice.

    1) Make a simple phone, make it look good and work well.
    2) Take phones to a new level

    I'd happily have a #1, but if their choice is #2 they may be trying to achieve things that mobile phones haven't done before.

    The most obvious of these would be to be a wireless VoIP phone - for use at home (ie iChat over Airport), as well as at work, at hotspots they've negotiated with (possibly a big play in conjunction with Google wireless?), and roam to 3G cellphone networks the rest of the time. This sort of thing may be a little complex :)

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  • Rhyalus
    Apr 25, 05:18 PM
    Did I misread something?

    It said a "case re-design", not a refresh of CPU, GPU, HDD, etc....

    Why is everyone talking about a major technology refresh on a brand new MBP? My guess is that they opened up sweat shops in some third world country to file down the edges.... :-)


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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 14, 02:55 PM
    Well, it would surprise me. USB3.0 and Thunderbolt will come included in Intel''s Ivy Bridge. Apple would have to add more hardware and disable USB 3.0 to make it 2.0 only. Makes zero cents.

    Who are you to comment on the potential profitability of said move?

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  • generik
    Sep 10, 05:27 AM
    1. Apple will upgrade the Mac Pros to Octos as soon as possible
    2. iMacs will take the Kentsfields
    3. Mac Pro buyers will feel the pinch

    It happens every time, you Appleheads should have gotten used to it be now :P

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  • Optimus Frag
    Apr 23, 01:28 PM
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    Ok. So it's lack of compromise that some are keen to avoid.

    Understandable. That's if the next MBA has the 3000HD in it of course. Who's knows what cooking in Apple' R&D dungeon.

    I just know from being a nerd myself, how much some can get hung up on such technical points.

    It's just that core group of people seem to want a MBA to able to gene sequence the complete human genome before lunchtime before they'll buy one.

    I on the other hand would like it to be very portable and do the stuff I do on my 3 yr old iMac, surf, email, BBC iPlayer some light video editing and photo storage. Won't be getting one for at least 6 months anyway so maybe open CL will be on a Intel graphics chip by then.

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  • Bertmg
    May 4, 12:23 PM
    I'm beginning to think that most Apple users are just spoiled brats :P

    Don't like...don't buy it :)

    "Beginning to think..."? of curse we are spoil brats! We pay top dollar for that privilege. Apple created us and cater to us first (Until recently not counting the mobile devices) lol.. :D

    I am a huge Mac fun and I am aware there are some downfalls an I like to voice them out. For Apple, "great power comes great responsibility"... lol Most if not all the time Apple comes up with a new update, specially for a product so awaited as it is the iMac, it usually comes with a "Bang" for innovation and new features. I didn't feel it, did you? :eek:

    An Apple will be next for me never the less :apple: As much as I hate desk clutter and cables, I may just replace my setup with a MacBook Pro when the new OS comes up and keep my nice 30 inch monitor instead. Or just wait for the next MacMini or just the iPad 3 (I waited enough for next PC innovation what is a year more:p) .

    PS: I also wanted a lighted key board, input connections on the side not the rear, remote control updates, cooler temperature monitor (My friend's iMac is a little room heater) and direct connection from the iMac via Wi-Fi to my TVs so I can use the TV either as an extended monitor, sans cables, or to I watch TV content without the need to use the AppleTV.

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  • janstett
    Apr 18, 09:56 AM
    Sonos is far from dead, been alive and kicking in my house since and will do so far beyond whenever AppleTV5 gets discontinued I'm sure... The market will always have a space for alternatives to Apple, especially when something as hated (by a large number of people) as iTunes is integral to the system. There is nothing more closed and proprietary than Apples system, and save for a couple of lovely products Ive bought into (macbook and iphone) its something I refuse to invest any further in.

    There's an old saying I remember from the old mainframe people (system/390, etc.) -- a closed system that is wildly popular doesn't matter if it's closed anymore. In other words, Apple's ecosystem is so popular and rich that it doesn't matter whether it's open or not. The fact that it's a defacto standard (or is on its way to becoming one) is more important.

    Not to mention, it's not like Sonos is open. Sonos is caught in the world of its own proprietary, small, and expensive ecosystem. They have to continually spend money on it to adapt new features to their proprietary system (instead of just supporting truly open standards) and that costs money, i.e. an engineering expense and a staff.

    I reiterate, they're dead, they just don't know it yet. And in their office walls, they probably do know it.

    When I worked for the company making streaming devices, we didn't fear Sonos or any of their ilk, because they were happy not being mass market and bilking their customers for overpriced proprietary equipment -- not the market we were going for, and Sonos was not even close to being the biggest offender. There are some companies that make embedded devices intended for new home construction that are far worse.

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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 9, 11:46 AM
    Wanna bet that Napa64 is 100% identical to ordinary Napa, apart from the fact that the CPU is Merom, instead of Yonah? Since Napa is a platform, just chaning the CPU to something else would mean that the platform has been refreshed.
    You may be right.

    I couldn't find anything in the Intel technical documentation on the 945 to show a new revision or stepping of the chip - in fact most of the 945 docs at the Intel website don't mention the Core 2 at all....

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  • xfiftyfour
    Sep 12, 02:22 PM
    that's too bad that the new iPods aren't very... new.

    i like the 80gb, though.. and hold 'em.. heh.

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  • Eidorian
    Jul 14, 09:53 AM
    since the iMac uses a laptop chip this should be no surprise (its practically a laptop)

    however merom (the mobile version of conroe or core 2 whatever) will drop in, so many people say ;)It's a mess to open up the iMac and take the heatsink/CPU assembly off. Even I think it's scary. :eek:

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  • crees!
    Sep 12, 04:13 PM
    Do the "older 5G" ipods support the new tv shows (640x480) and movies???? I don't care about the new search and such...Im just wondering about the movies and games.
    Have you seen how searching is done? If not take a look at the page demoing it. It's pretty badass. I just hope an update will include it for my 3G.

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  • apfhex
    Nov 13, 03:22 PM
    In a sense, yes. The rules for iPhone development are different than for Mac OS X.
    Except in this case, they still didn't break the rules. Nothing in the SDK prohibits what they did. (Gruber's reply ( to Jeff LaMarche sums it up very nicely — I know it's already been linked to be I think it needs repeating)

    YES, Apple can reject an app for any reason they see fit. But this is getting ridiculous. I haven't cared about any of the apps made by developers that have so far jumped ship, but one of these days it is going to be one of the ones I care about, and I'm not looking forward to it.

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  • Amazing Iceman
    Apr 4, 12:02 PM
    I carry a Glock 19 every day why should a Security Guard be any different?

    Where should you shoot them? First thing you learn is shoot to kill, there is no such thing as aiming for a less lethal area... also hollow points are a must to prevent collateral damage.

    I am not saying this is a good kill by any means; I was not there. However if it had to be done this is the way it should have been done.

    "So Live and Let Die!"

    You shoot their leg, they shoot you in the head.
    Anyone who points a gun at another person is asking for trouble, even if he/she doesn't fire it.

    If guns didn't exist, things like this wouldn't be happening.

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  • hcho3
    Apr 19, 09:20 AM
    Respond strongly? You mean defend yourself?

    Samsung has almost no chance of winning against apple in this lawsuit in phone design/UI and etc.

    Samsung clearly copied apple. Samsung phones were nothing like Galaxy S phones until iPhone came out in 2007.

    Samsung did copy apple. They are about to lose billions of dollars on this one.

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  • evilgEEk
    Sep 19, 03:42 PM
    I'm not touching it until they offer 5.1 sound. I'm sure its just a matter of time, though.
    Sometimes it helps to do a quick search. ;)

    They do have surround sound support. (

    Sep 14, 08:51 AM
    :eek: I just literally finished ordering a new battery and 1gb memory upgrade so my ibook would last a little longer. If they release a tablet (which is what I'm holding on for) I'll cry!

    I updated my battery and added a 1gig stick a month ago...hoping for that iTablet!!!!!!!!!!!!:D

    Mar 19, 04:26 PM
    Maybe you should re-read page 1 of this thread and MisterMe's responses to the thread. It was his posts I was originally replying to and that you chose to then jump on.
    Let's re-read them together, shall we?
    It makes sense. iProducts are increasingly becoming ubiquitous, therefore they will become more profitable for malware developers to attack. It's not a McAfee sales pitch so much as it's stating the obvious. Same with Android.
    No, it is the same nonsense that Microsoft and its apologists have been saying for the past decade. It isn't any truer today than it was a decade ago.
    It makes sense. iProducts are increasingly becoming ubiquitous, therefore they will become more profitable for malware developers to attack. It's not a McAfee sales pitch so much as it's stating the obvious. Same with Android.
    Sad, but true :(Sad, but false.

    Wishing will not make it so.

    So please point out in those posts (the only ones made by MisterMe in this thread) where he said anything about Macs being invulnerable or immune to malware, or that threats don't exist? If you really read and understand the posts, you'll see that MisterMe was refuting the false idea that market share is the reason for the lack of malware on Macs. This myth has been debunked many times. He in no way suggested that Macs were immune or that malware threats don't exist.

    Trojans are particularly a problem since a lot of programs ask for root password permission to be installed (including Apple software). If the real software has been replaced with a trojan version and the site hijacked, you probably wouldn't suspect a thing.
    Again, this problem only exists in pirated software or software from less-than reputable sources. As has been said many times, you can avoid trojans by being careful where you get software and what software you install. No antivirus is necessary to protect against trojans; only some common sense and prudent thinking on the part of the user.

    Sep 15, 06:39 PM

    Widgets would be a phone killer... Some of the widgets out there consume a lot of memory.

    Sep 19, 10:48 PM
    Considering that they sold "010101010's", I think an extra $50M is extraordinary. Apple ripped 75 DVDs, made a few web pages and boom... $1M in 7 days! I don't know what you're talking about... you're thinking small... $50M/YR is JUST THE BEGINNING.I agree, consider that the Disney's cut of the $50 million is almost pure profit for them (very little overhead). They don't even have to pay bandwidth and infrastructure costs out of that, Apple does. More available movies and more people using the service can only mean bigger numbers. I've got some major issues with Apple's movie download service, and for now I won't be using it, but nonetheless I think the numbers will be even larger than Disney is projecting.

    If somebody tells you "I'm going to start sending you some extra cash every month, you don't need to do anything to get it, just cash the checks", are you going to complain whether the amount is $50 million or $500 million?

    Sep 19, 04:16 PM
    Erm... that is wrong. All major Hollywood DVDs are encoded as progressive full frames at 23.976fps. The interlacing you are seeing is the result of adding pulldown frames to pad it out to 29.97 interlaced for NTSC. And since they are encoded anamorphically, it uses the full 720x480 and depending on your output display, either gets letterboxed or stretched wide on a real 16:9 HDTV.

    Are iTS movies letterboxed? If so, then the quality of iTS movies is closer to 640x360.
    Yea, I see. I wouldn't be surprised if they were letterboxed... I would rather wait till a tv show comes out "widescreen" and see for myself for 1.99 then 9.99 and be dissapointed...

    Hopefully, over time, the quality will get better. It seems to me, apple is matching video quality of the downloads exactly to what the iPod can handle... so maybe it all depends on the iPod getting a better screen and processor...