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  • Mr Fusion
    Apr 21, 10:27 PM
    ... Really? Since privacy issues don't seem to mean squat to some people here, mind handing over your credit card numbers, SSN's, compromising photographs etc. They uh, help improve my networks. ;)





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  • imac_japan
    Apr 2, 04:39 AM
    problem is, what do you cut down in #1 and still make profit? it's clear that dirt cheap computer market is something apple's not interested in. they believe it makes no economic sense. apple is not a charity organization, it is NOT on some mission to spread the goodness of Mac OS... if they don't see an economic merit in offering dirt cheap Macs, they won't, just like any other businesses.

    eMac is not meant to be cheap. iMac is not meant to be cheap. they are meant to be all-in-one. if you know enough to foresee that you may need to upgrade in the future, you get a PowerMac because all-in-one is not for you. if you want a cheap, upgradable machine, then, unfortunately, you are not within apple's target market. thus far, apple has been doing well with this philosophy and who's to tell them to change? (do note that "customers" wanting dirt cheap machines have far less economic leverage because, well, they are cheap. if $800 is too much for a complete computer/OS/bundled software, then nevermind what dell's offering, apple believes they are ok without catering to you. if $400 is your budget, then apple believes it won't matter to you whether you get a dell or a Mac. if you want a Mac for sure, apple is betting that you will put down $400 more and get an eMac.)

    even if apple offered custom upgrade parts (and only apple parts will work with Macs - otherwise, people will just go out and buy stock parts), i doubt they will be well received - they will be "overpriced" afterall, just like their computers are "overpriced" especially according to these "cheap" customers.

    You have some good points here....but the basic arguement is how to survive in the future - How to grow the business....Itms doesn't make any money for Apple, the ipod is going to have too many similar players. So why not go for the lower end of the market - eg: like they did with the old "LC"s machines. People buy software but they don't want to shell out alot of money for hardware.





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  • lordonuthin
    Nov 8, 07:09 PM
    bigadv are not available on windows but many are running virtual machines...

    Aha! I knew it, those widozers breaking the rulz again!





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  • pavelbure
    Apr 12, 09:20 PM
    To be more exact, "You wait while I use 2 of your 8 cores to render"


    Ty that's what I thought it was. I know on fce that irritated me.





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  • Turbojugend27
    Aug 7, 07:06 AM
    Pretty bold statement for Apple, I don't think I would use that quite yet. As for myself I am buying my first apple in a week or so and can't wait, I don't think Apple has a userbase yet to be making statements like that.





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  • kiljoy616
    Mar 26, 01:49 AM
    In the future, your controller will cost �400, require a 10ft HDMI cable, a �25 adapter, and have the graphics of a PS2.

    PS2 how so? Those graphics are better than the ps2 maybe not up to par with a desktop like mine but still I was impressed imagine the power of a 4 core ipad 3 with 1 gig of memory





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  • The.316
    Nov 27, 08:41 AM
    It was my annual Black Friday "Buy a ton of video games" day today. Most of them on sale quite a lot, so it worked out nicely. I got 6 really awesome games for just over $100....


    How is Hot Pursuit? Is it open world?

    SHIFT was a terrible game.

    Ugh, I agree.





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  • thisisahughes
    Apr 3, 06:19 AM
    I like the black theme A LOT more than the all white themes. I hope to see more like this in the future.





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  • SciFrog
    Nov 18, 05:25 PM
    It is almost becoming that unless you do bigadv units, why bother...
    The top end iMac now gets as much as 7 times the top previous generation iMac...





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  • citizenzen
    Mar 27, 09:23 AM
    Really? How shocking! Imagine, the US European Command, headed by an American! Next you'll be telling us that the US President is an American, too.

    It's all rather academic isn't it?

    Instead of a military action led by the U.S., it's a military action led by the alliance that's led by the U.S.





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  • dr Dunkel
    Apr 20, 02:54 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; sv-se) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)


    2. HDMI out


    Why would be ever see this on an iMac? Mac mini, yes (it was overdue). iMac, never.

    HDMI-in would be nice :-)





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  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 09:58 PM
    My thoughts exactly!. As a owner of FCP 7 (and the rumord price drop for FCP X) How much will the upgrade cost? Price speculation time!

    Don't know what the price will be but I'm nearly positive there will be no 'upgrade' price.

    Apple seems to be moving to the app-store model where you pay less at first but then you pay the same for every upgrade.

    iLife has done this for years and now Aperture is doing the same thing. Frankly, I prefer it to the old way.





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  • Rodimus Prime
    Feb 23, 11:53 PM
    on a random note just so you know switching to diesel you need to improve your MPG by around 30% for the switch to be carbon neutral. Remember Diesel as a lot more carbon in it per unit volume than unleaded.





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  • japanime
    Apr 3, 04:26 AM
    good point, he doesn't have an ipad he is just trolling.

    people don't understand that if 1,000 ipads have a problem with backlight bleeding, thats still only .01% of ipad 2s Sold.

    And apple will replace any ipad with backlight bleeding

    I have an original iPad. It has had backlight bleeding since the day I received it. Several months ago I brought it to an Apple Store Genius Bar and they told me it was normal and not something for which they would issue a replacement. Guess they lied to me. Oh well...





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  • PygmySurfer
    Oct 23, 11:59 AM
    Updates are expected very soon boys and ghouls!

    It's "boils and ghouls" ;)





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  • Raska
    Apr 1, 09:41 AM
    Two *major* bugs:

    1) TextEdit crashes on launch (tried trashing the prefs file - nothing)
    2) cmd+left/right no longer goes to the start/end of the line :O wtf!

    Anyone else experiencing these?

    I haven't experienced either of those issues in either dev preview.





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  • bushido
    Apr 26, 02:21 PM
    well we all know who really controls the goverment and everyone involved ... companies. so whoever throws more money at them is obvs gonna win





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  • Fukui
    Mar 29, 12:04 AM
    I would like to see Apple come out with a headless desktop, but not have it be a direct replacement for iMac or eMac, an interim of upgradeability between the PMac line (which as for how desktop machines go, this thing is very upgrade freindly on a whole, the PMac G4's especially) and the iMac with virtually none. A machine that has a AGP slot, processor can be removed/upgraded, one HD and one optical drive bay and maybe 1 or 2 PCI-X slots would be a perfect fit upgradeability wise between they're high and low end. I beleive that if they were to do this I would price it similarly to the iMac, basicly a trade-off monitor for upgrades.. put the right spin on it and I think there's a market for a machine like this.

    I have to say this, more upgradability would definitely be needed more than lowering prices (a student can get an eMac for 699). If the eMac was easily able to change CPU/GFX Card HD and CD drive, I would even consider buying one. The thing is, apple would have a good chance to make lots of money on after-market upgrades that they are missing.





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  • Old Smuggler
    Mar 25, 07:05 PM
    Playing that game with the HDMI dongle thingy hanging off an iPad looks, um, not ideal. Now, if it could stream it using AirPlay.


    Or stream it to an apple TV and let it do all the work
    that HDMI cable looks very cumbersome





    roland.g
    Sep 1, 02:33 PM
    The only thing better than G5 Powerbooks, is not having G5 Powerbooks! :D





    rikers_mailbox
    Jul 18, 02:21 AM
    If true, an iTunes movie download service could drive sales of Mac Minis as a home-entertainment device. Not that it is (of ever will be) an all-in-one solution... but development of Front Row will continue and this is just one step towards something good for Apple and consumers alike.

    I, for one, am all for the movie rental model. I'm interested in actually purchasing only very few movies. The others I watch only once, maybe twice. If I had to buy them, they'd sit on the virtual shelf until the next video format (VHS, DVD, BluRay/HD-DVD, ???) comes out and I'd just have to buy the same movie again. Please, let me rent.

    As for quality, I'd expect nothing less than DVD. Apple thrives on progress. Although I'm willing to bet Jobs is pushing for some level of HD, 720p for starters?





    cube
    Mar 24, 04:15 PM
    You got it wrong.

    Llanos, Brazos and pretty much every Fusion platform does not compete against Sandy Bridge. No...

    It competes against Intel's Atom platform. Atom CPU offerings beat the many of the offerings on the AMD side. However, on the GPU side, AMD has got Intel really well.

    Anandtech did a nice little article on this. They found the whole Fusion concept and implementation as a whole beats Intel's Atom implementation overall for the HTPC. However, down to specifics, well I just discussed it.

    Llano is not Atom-level hardware. That is Zacate/Ontario.

    Llano is the mainstream Sandy Bridge competitor.





    princealfie
    Nov 28, 02:10 PM
    I got a brown one. Not too shabby. Of course, I can't wait for the shuffle too :)





    SvenSvenson
    May 3, 03:25 AM
    But they could have made it much better, intuitive and easy. It doesn't mean that going from iOS to MacOSX, you are going to deal with the computers, the same old way.

    People are not pointing with fingers and now they have an extra real estate. A mouse has both right click and left click which in my opinion, every computer user knows about.

    For a second, forget that you have never seen iOS, but you want to delete the app from launchpad, the only way that comes to your mind is either:

    holding the app and dropping into trash OR
    right click -> delete

    It doesn't have to be the same, seriously.

    Actually, in my experience, a lot of nontechnical people DON't use right-click. Also, if you're new to the Mac, (and possibly not very computer literate), dragging an application to the trash to uninstall it is not very intuitive (if you even realise in the first place that applications should be uninstalled).

    As the whole Launchpad is new, I personally think that it's OK that it operates differently too. I actually quite like the idea of it and am interested in trying it.

    Steve



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