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  • puckhead193
    Jan 8, 10:46 PM
    this is what i *want*
    a new design for the MBP
    iphone 3g with 16 gigs available for late spring early summer. (i still like my pearl)
    :apple: tv with DVR and blue-ray (HDMI)
    new ACD


    more likely a boring keynotes with all talk (update on mac/iphone/ipod sales a 30 min demo of the MS office, and iphone SDK :rolleyes:





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  • leekohler
    May 6, 10:09 AM
    I believe this might LITERALLY be the first time I've ever read something from Lee, been impressed with it's depth, and not been saddened by the complete opacity of his partisan blinders.

    Very well said, sir. I agree, 100%

    Funny, you could really use this advice more than anyone else here.

    I would take that as a compliment, but it was just another backhanded insult.

    Here's a little knowledge. Try to empower yourself with it.


    I've shot guns.


    And yet ... somehow ... I'm not bewitched by the thrill of firearms.


    I know. How is that even possible? :eek:

    Well, good for you. Maybe other people do enjoy them. Different strokes, dude. I tried marijuana, and wasn't "bewitched" by that thrill either. That doesn't mean I don't think other people should not be able to use it.





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  • Winni
    Mar 9, 06:43 AM
    I won't get into a furball over your post. Which large tech company operates in a candid & open way with customers?

    I don't know about "candid", but "open" as in "dialogue" certainly describes the way in which Microsoft, Dell, IBM and several other enterprise elephants communicate with their (enterprise) customers. It's mandatory for their business.





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  • Avicdar
    Jan 5, 07:30 PM
    I'm getting too excited for Macword. So excited that I'll probably feel let-down at the afterwards.

    These keynotes *always* lead to a pack of grumbles and groans. Its inevitable. Some of the wild predictions you see here and ultra high expectations for products with ultra low prices - it sets a pretty unrealistic set of expectations that are impossible to meet.

    Getting too excited is a sure fire way to guarantee disappointment. Nothing short of 'one more thing' that is as revolutionary as the iPod was will likely satiate the throngs of the hard to please - and even then, the 'one more thing' will be too expensive for them.

    Count on it.

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  • lmalave
    Oct 3, 02:31 PM
    This is a little disappointing that Steve is confirming to keynote MWSF 2007 when it's just October, which means he probably wants us to wait (I hope not). :(

    Besides, hasn't Steve keynoted MWSF every year?

    Apple has already gone on record as saying that they are moving away from tying product releases to MWSF. I think updates to products before MWSF could happen only if Apple thinks that it'll help them sell more product overall. For example, Apple is *not* going to release the iPhone before because they want consumers to buy the new iPod nanos for this Christmas *and* buy a new iPhone next year. That way they dip into your wallet twice within a year.

    I think that for Macs, though, they could upgrade to Core 2 Duo for all macs (except maybe the MacBook and Mac mini initially). As part of that upgrade, I predict they will also update to 802.11n across the whole line, in preparation for the iTV launch. If they wanted to be really jerky, they could launch Core 2 Duo sometime soon (November the latest), and then early next year upgrade to 802.11n (providing a dongle for older laptops). I think iTV is too important, though, to play games like that, so I think that Apple will integrate 802.11n into its Macs as quickly as is practical...





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  • japanime
    Mar 25, 03:46 AM
    the release in retrospect was a milestone in Apple's transformation from a struggling computer company into the major technology behemoth it is today.

    Odd choice of words. "Behemoth" is most often used to describe something that that it is so large that it is unpleasant. And "major behemoth" is redundant.



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  • peharri
    Oct 3, 07:46 AM
    More people have heard of the 'DeCSS' programs, but, again, how many have actually used them? I'd say less than 1% of the computer-using public. And most of these people, like me, would only use it to exercise 'fair use' rights (i.e. I'm going on a plane trip, and I rip a DVD I own to my HD to save battery power, then I delete the files after watching it).

    You'll be surprised at the number of people who use VLC, as it's an excellent DVD player that usually has some advantages over {Whatever DVD player came with your computer}, notably that you don't always get {Whatever DVD player came with your computer} to begin with, it's free, it works, it's reliable, and if you have a good DVD drive, it's multi-region.

    VLC uses various libraries that were derived from DeCSS.

    I wonder how many people would suddenly notice the DMCA if we started seeing thousands of people arrested and thrown in jail, as is theoretically possible, because they downloaded and used an unauthorized DVD player, like one of the Free Software programs such as VLC, to watch DVDs they own?





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  • macaddict23
    Aug 8, 04:35 AM
    A $500 reduction on the Apple 30" is great, but what else does this mean? Apple wants to remain competitive? Is it to clear out inventory for new displays? I've been wanting to buy one of these 30" monitors ever since they came out. My friend, who works for Apple here in Elk Grove, CA can use his discount to buy to buy the monitor for $1499 (before taxes). That's a heck of a deal! But at the same time, I can wait 1–2 months if I know that Apple will come out with a new design.



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  • hob
    Jan 9, 01:22 PM
    This is getting unbearable now. It's all happened, and i don't know what! Such a test of our resolve and patience...

    How much longer is the wait usually?

    MA.

    Was this your idea? I'll kill ya :p

    It's normally up pretty snappy. That being said I've normally got my head in all their new sites and stuff to keep me happy...

    I accidentally just went on BBC News... spoilt one surprise for myself :(





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  • Lord Blackadder
    Jul 28, 11:46 AM
    I think the Volt is a success in terms of meeting its intended design parameters. However, I think the whole notion of the all-electric car and plug-in hybrids are flawed due to our current infrastructure.

    As long as we burn fossil fuels to get the electricity, the electric car is just sweeping the fossil fuel/pollution problem under the rug by putting the "dirty" side of power consumption out of sight (back at the power plant). Also, there's no way our current power generation infrastructure could support even a fraction of the population switching to electric cars. California already has rolling blackouts - if people stopped burning gas and switched to electrics, the problem would get drastically worse.

    I think electric cars are a dead end for the present...At least until our entire power grid makes large-scale switches to alternative energy, and there is no timeline for that currently. Also, there is currently no guarantee that practical fuel-cell systems will ever be truly affordable or mass-producable. The current offerings are all extremely expensive, proof-of-concept vehicles with short useful lives.

    We'd be better off with diesels or diesel hybrids. People don't want to admit it, but those are currently our best options IMO.

    I really wish I didn't sound so cynical, but that's the picture as I understand it.



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  • -hh
    Oct 19, 10:16 AM
    The market share (and Princeton report) are favorable news for the Mac platform and for Apple.

    But it is interesting to read this from Gartner, in the light that this very same Company is also in the news right now for their "Macs should be made by Dell" splash (actual paper was "Apple Should License the Mac to Dell")

    In conjunction with this articles observation that Dell's PC marketshare has been sliding (lost worldwide #1 to HP, etc), along with business reports that aren't rosey on Dell's margins (nor their get well plan, which isn't working), the newsfolk who picked up on Gartner really got their headline wrong. It really should have been IMO:

    "Dell sliding bad - needs rescue in form of Mac licence from Apple".

    In said report (the other one, not this one) Gartner suggested that 'Apple should concentrate on what it does best - create software - and make use of Dell's production and distribution infrastructure.' In this report, there's not a peep of such 'black clouds on the horizon' for Apple ... must be two different guys in the Gartner shop :)

    Quite interesting, since the bottom line right now is that the Mac Pro is known to be less expensive than the Dell equivalent, for what does that suggest about expertise in cutting deals with Intel, and efficiently running production & distrubution?

    The reality is that Apple generally contracts out much of their manufacturing, true. However, so does Dell. As such, why should Apple bother to pay to go through Dell? That's called using a "Middle Man" and this intermediate step would increase costs, which would then either lower Apple's unit profits, or force them to raise prices ... which hearkens the 'Macs cost more' paradigm.

    This is why Gartner's suggestion seems to be more aimed to help Dell through their current fiscal troubles but does not help Apple in any meaningful way at this time.

    Perhaps Apple will need Dell for access to Dell's assemblers, but that would only occur when Apple's total market share gets huge - say exceeds 33%. Barring a Vista-catastrophy, at the current rate of market share growth, we're still more than a year or two away from having to cross that bridge, which ironically gives Michael Dell plenty of time to become more retrospective and apologetic about inflammatory comments he has made of Apple in the past.



    -hh

    PS: if you look more closely at Apple's 3Q numbers, you'll see that desktop sales were relatively flat: the growth was in laptops.





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  • MacRumors
    Apr 29, 03:43 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/29/apple-tweaks-mac-os-x-lion-ui-in-response-to-criticism/)

    With Apple having pushed out a new update (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/29/apple-seeds-new-version-of-mac-os-x-lion-11a444d-to-developers/) to the Mac OS X Lion developer preview program, those with access to the new build have been looking for changes in an attempt to see what Apple has been working on over the past few weeks.

    One minor point that caught our eye is a change in the user interface elements for selecting subpanes within System Preferences. In this latest build, the active subpane is denoted by a sunken, darker button that appears as if it has been pushed, as shown in the Expos� & Spaces preference pane.


    http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/29/162642-lion_subpane_button_new_500.jpg

    Current "button" style subpane selector with Expos� active
    Earlier builds of Mac OS X Lion had used a sort of slider animation where the active subpane was represented by a lighter colored button that confused many users when simply glancing at the pane without attempting to move the slider and thus having the animation to key on.


    http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/29/162642-lion_subpane_slider_old_500.jpg

    Earlier "slider" style subpane selector with Spaces active
    In the face of that criticism, Apple appears to have rethought its mechanism for switching between subpanes and reverted back to a button style that appears more intuitive.

    A similar change has been made in iCal, where an earlier slider-style navigator (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/03/31/mac-os-x-lion-developer-preview-2-brings-new-look-for-ical/) was rolled out to select among day/week/month/year views but has now been replaced by more traditional button-style selectors.


    http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/29/163551-lion_ical_button_style_selector.jpg

    iCal selector buttons in latest Mac OS X Lion build

    Article Link: Apple Tweaks Mac OS X Lion UI In Response to Criticism (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/29/apple-tweaks-mac-os-x-lion-ui-in-response-to-criticism/)



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  • spicyapple
    Nov 16, 07:46 AM
    If Taiwan's high-capacitance multi-layer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) manufacturing community says so, it must be true. What's stopping Apple from using AMD processors? (apart from preferential pricing from Intel)





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  • balamw
    Oct 5, 01:37 AM
    good lord, if anyone actually got through reading all this, can there be any doubt left that all consumers want is DRM-free content???
    Actually what many consumers want is DRM transparent downloads. They don't want to constantly be reminded of their restrictions and they don't want the restrictions to get in the way or have to know any of the technical details.

    Fairplay does a fairly good job at that, which is why it has been successful.

    OTOH Amazon unbox seems overly restrictive with its two machine and 48 hour limitations. Zune's 3x3 DRM also seems to miss the boat as it'll probably annoy more users than get them to buy tracks...

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  • tristangage
    Apr 22, 03:41 AM
    Essentially just like Facebook's "Like" feature, then? People seem to like it on Facebook; would it be useful here?

    But then people on Facebook just complain about how there's no Dislike button. I think it'd be interesting to see how the current state works, rather than tweak it from speculation on how things might turn out.





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  • zimtheinvader
    Jan 15, 01:54 PM
    Who is Apple kidding, the ultra-portable market is for *cheap* ultra-portables or for Tablets. If I didn't buy a 7" touch-screen UMPC for $1000, why on earth would I buy a non-touchscreen, ethernetless, 13" envelope-sized "sub-notebook". The price is Pro-line, the lack of screen options, lack of graphics, lack of FW800, lack of ethernet, speaks otherwise. Even a touchscreen would have saved this thing, right now its just an incredibly expensive, thinner, backlit Macbook. I mean, I get it is thin, but are they serious? My MBP is thin enough....



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  • dunk321
    Mar 17, 01:00 AM
    When I was in college years ago I use to work at Circuit City, Black Friday, or any major launch of a product the registers were always a mess or came up short. If you were not very smart or had terrible sales skills they placed you as a cashier, if they could pinpoint it the person usually got chilled out by the manager. Hate to say it but good service is gone, and Best Buy has become one of the last of the big box stores, with a majority of not so knowledgeable staff, and ripping people off with there crappy warranties and overpriced products. It's always a last resort in my book if you absolutely must have something that minute and it's your only option.





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  • bluebomberman
    Oct 2, 05:24 PM
    Oh and I also want a T-shirt that says "DVD John cracked my butt." :)

    Ouch. Ew. Gross.

    :eek:





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  • hulugu
    May 5, 02:06 PM
    ...A doctor has no way of knowing the circumstances of somebody's homelife--and since there are tens of millions of homes I submit that there is no "One size fits all" to allow some outsider's judgement. He is no expert on firearms use or safety, absent being a "gunny" himself....

    Maybe it's just my doctor, but they tend to ask what would otherwise be rude questions.

    Do you smoke?
    What did you have for dinner last night?
    Have you had unprotected sex?
    What drugs�legal or illegal�have you used in the past six months?

    So, to me a question about firearms in the home seems perfectly within the scope of evaluating risks, and more probably, helping to provide information for parents.

    ...Both should be perfectly legal for the physician to ask about, but common sense and general courtesy would suggest that the physician should stick to more physiology related questioning.

    I disagree, in the case of a farm, knowing this can help the doctor to ask about exposure to organophosphates or ringworm. The more information has, generally, the better the doctor's ability to assess care.

    Doctors shouldn't ask these questions to be busybodies, but to make good decisions and provide care.





    copykris
    Apr 7, 04:57 AM
    Vintage poster - it will look great in my media room!

    love it





    macfan881
    Oct 3, 11:13 PM
    im seeing i tv but could see it before macworld same with video ipod. new ilife and iworks etc hopefully a anouncment that all major studious will sign with apple for itunes movie store and deffintyl the key top secrets features for 10.5
    my dream feature will be that bootcamp has been change to where u can nativly run mac/windows in the same screen with out reboot "hey i can dream" lol hopefully 3ghz macbook pros and a mid range tower and maybe new hd monitors thats biger than 30 inch for itv like 40 50 and 60" :cool: and blu ray will be made on all new macs





    gravytrain84
    Mar 17, 11:52 AM
    Nope, because I left LSU with my character intact.

    u mad?

    Me? Mad? Lol





    Snips
    Jan 15, 01:55 PM
    Overall, disappointing.

    From the MacRumors live update (thanks guys), there was waaaaaay too much dull stuff about movies /snore

    Would have liked to hear about a Leopard update; increase in capacity of iPhone and Touch; perhaps news of 3G support; hear more about the SDK; see some more cool iPhone app demos.

    I like the Time Capsule though, as I'm looking for a back-up drive since Time Machine came along. I'll be picking one of those up.





    Croatian
    Nov 17, 12:24 AM
    Apple and AMD hahahah thats a JOKE of the Year .. those guys must be smokin some cheep crack


    First off Apple will never switch to AMD and i mean Never Ever

    Second .. AMD at this point is slower then Intel so apple needs top of the line to compete with DELL and Sony and Toshiba and HP

    3rd ... AMD Laptops are usually Low brand laptops and Apple has an Image to Mentain as a good higher end brand ... and AMD Laptops that are good are huge and no one wants a huge laptop when half of it is designed to cool the processor


    4th ... Right now all the chips and iPods are Made by Intel and i am assuming with the iPone coming up the chips in that will be made by Intel so why risk the partnership



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