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  • praetorian909
    Jun 6, 09:53 AM
    That's what mommy gets for letting the Cheerios run out

    LOL I like this explanation the best :)




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  • Macnoviz
    Jul 12, 03:37 AM
    I think Apple has most to fear from M$ in the price battle, an iPod copy that costs significantly less would probably catch on pretty fast, of course, the popularity of the iPod brand is still larger than XBox.
    Although I doubt that the design will be quite as dull as that picture
    I'm thinking it will be more organic, like the XBox 360, with some curved shapes maybe.




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  • longofest
    Oct 24, 09:16 AM
    Yeah, and forget the 8 core Cloverton... now we're waiting on 16 cores with Tigerton: http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=4659

    It sure beats Motorola/IBM's PowerPC slow update schedule. ;)

    Tigerton (Xeon MP) is a different product line than what any of the current Apple offerings use. Until we hear differently, I don't expect we will be seeing Tigerton in any Macs.




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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 13, 09:52 PM
    Now I'd just wait for the iPhone 5

    If this is coming in April I would find it strange to see an iphone 5 dilivery before next year. Still anything is possible. Nice to know there will be both black and white for release when 5 comes out. :D



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  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 11, 01:23 PM
    What time is the new FCP being shown? Will there be a live or after event stream? I was able to use the current version in a school class two years ago and I'm interested to see how it's going to change... Can't afford it today, but someday I'd like to replace iMovie with it.

    I have a feeling the next version of FCP will be more affordable, something a bit more expensive than FCE is. And then Apple will K.O. FCE.

    Haven't heard of any official live streams but maybe a rouge one will pop up on Justin.tv or ustream or wait for something official on Apple's site.




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  • lordonuthin
    Oct 26, 01:25 AM
    I did a complete reinstall of folding@home and it is now doing a bigadv wu :)
    Finally!

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  • ghall
    Apr 29, 03:06 PM
    considering that amazon sells mp3 format and apple sells their non-universal format, it still doesn't matter to me. Until apple gets real and starts selling MP3s I will continue to buy from amazon. But I guess they don't care.

    Basically any modern media device can play MP4 which is what Apple uses on it's store. For example I can put music purchased from iTunes on my Android phone with no coversion at all.




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  • MacDawg
    Mar 8, 08:27 AM
    My understanding is they are considering Rob Lowe as a replacement



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  • Chimera
    Oct 24, 07:43 AM
    Good little speed upgrade, though many will complain about no Mag latch or easy access HD bay. Hopefully I should be getting one soon. :)




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  • teesquared
    Apr 26, 12:17 PM
    Amazon charges its cloud service too. Why should Apple give anything away for free? :rolleyes:

    amazon gives your first 5 gigs for free. i doubt apple will....



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  • BJMRamage
    May 3, 07:36 AM
    nice!
    Gotta tell my friend who is looking to buy an iMac.




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  • AidenShaw
    Apr 26, 02:50 PM
    12Mbps? you sure you didn't mean 1.5GBs?

    Thanks for pointing out the typo - I meant 12 Gbps.

    (original fixed)



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  • schatten
    Jul 24, 06:25 PM
    I'm so glad I held out before buying the wired one! hooray!




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  • HasanDaddy
    Mar 15, 10:46 AM
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    And I think they said they might get more in today, but I don't remember exactly?

    Any eta on that I was the guy in the green oregon sweate. Had to take my friends back home and ill maybe come back. Anyone still in line after you holding out for another shipment

    I'll have to rephrase - they didn't say whether they're getting more or not, but they didn't break up the line



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  • stroked
    Apr 24, 06:15 PM
    I understand from the news coverage that they attacked her after she used the woman's restroom.

    Her transgender nature, and their reaction to that was absolutely central to this crime. If that isn't a hate crime, I don't know what is.

    I wouldn't want that person in the same bathroom with my daughter.




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  • smiddlehurst
    May 3, 08:37 AM
    And yet prices in the Australian Apple Store are still 25% higher than the USA Store. How rude, Apple.

    Top end 27" iMac = US$1999, or in the Australian Store, AUD$2299 which at the current exchange rate is about US$2500. Why should we pay more, Apple? If anything, we're closer to China so should pay less on shipping!

    Whilst it's slightly better than yesterdays prices, I'm still seriously not happy.
    I'd buy one if we got the USA prices.

    *sigh* Every time someone makes this mistake...

    Bear in mind that the US prices do not include sales tax of any kind. In your case Australian prices include GST which I believe currently runs at 10%? If you're anything like the UK there may be additional import taxes to pay and the cost of doing business is likely to be higher (everything from shipping costs to salaries affect the price you pay at the checkout). Add in a margain that Apple will calculate to protect themselves from changes in the exchange rate and you'll probably be very close to price parity. Just as in the UK you're paying extra for the product because of the country, not because of Apple.

    That's not to say Apple DON'T screw up on exchange rates and gouge the heck out of us non-Americans of course. The Mac Mini being the most recent, and painful, example. But you need to make sure you compare like for like before complaining.



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  • mwayne85
    Apr 25, 12:10 PM
    I think dual core i7 or i5 is more likely for the base 21.5". It's great there will be newer machines. I won't be upgrading my 4-month-old base. Instead, I'd get a SSD, 128GB or 160GB would do fine for me. Waiting for the prices to fall down.

    There aren't any desktop Sandy Bridge dual-core i7s. The low-end will most likely be either dual-core i3 or i5, however there's only one dual-core i5, the rest of the i5s and i7s are all quads.




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  • rmwebs
    Apr 28, 04:39 PM
    It was on a slope. I used a guide line in Photoshop and rotated the original photo 0.9 degrees CCW to remove the slope. Check my photo vs. the original.

    (Updated my post, not sure if you saw it)

    Photoshop will enhance/correct photos when levelling so by rotating it you are distorting the image, thus making the results invalid. Its simply not possible to get an accurate result on an image you've had to distort.

    Either way, this is a pointless argument/analysis as its impossible to tell without being able to physically put a few iPhones from different batches together to get a real physical comparison.




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  • vvebsta
    Nov 10, 02:39 PM
    just goes to show people still want to be able to see flash on their iphones reguardless of how bloated




    topgunn
    Jul 24, 03:18 PM
    I really hope that this mouse can better distinguish between a right and left click than the wired MM.




    PopCulture
    Feb 15, 09:22 AM
    When will this drama end? Ugh! He needs to clean it up and head back to work.




    kasei
    Apr 22, 05:42 PM
    Wow! That is thin, almost too thin. I would be afraid to drop this thing or even press it to my face too hard. Moving the screen out to edge may result in a lot of broken units.




    jtara
    Apr 14, 11:14 AM
    Interesting possibility. It would be extremely difficult to emulate a complete iOS device (custom ASICs and all). But Apple could emulate just enough ARM instructions to emulate an app that was compiled by Xcode & LLVM (which would limit the way ARM instructions were generated), and used only legal public iOS APIs (instead of emulating hardware and all the registers), which could be translated in Cocoa APIs to display on a Mac OS X machine.

    There's no need to emulate ARM instructions, though. And they already do emulate all of the complete iOS devices, at least sufficiently to run iOS apps on OSX.

    Apple provides developers with a complete emulation package for testing their iOS apps on OSX. Apps are cross-compiled to x86 code. They also provide the complete set of iOS SDKs, cross-compiled to X86 code.

    An emulator handles the device hardware - touchscreen, display, sound system, GPS (REALLY simple emulation - it's always sunny in Mountain View...), etc. If an iPhone or iPad are attached via USB cable, the emulator can even use the accelerometer and gyroscope in the device. Obviously, this could be easily changed to use some new peripheral device.

    Other than device emulation, the apps suffer no loss of speed, since they are running native x86 code. In fact, they run considerably faster (ignoring, for this discussion, device emulation) than then do on an actual iOS device.

    All Apple would need to give consumers the ability to run iOS apps on their Macs would be to provide them with the emulator (or, more likely, integrate it into the OSX desktop. I think end-users would find the picture of an iPhone or iPad that the emulator draws around the "screen" cute for a couple of days, but then quickly tire of it...), and add an additional target for developers.

    What we've seen certainly seems to suggest that's what this is. HOWEVER:

    1. For a single app to be compatible with both ARM and x86, they would need to introduce a "fat binary" similar to what they did with the transition from PowerPC to x86. This would bloat apps that are compatible with both to double their current download size. Current Universal (iPhone/iPad) apps are NOT fat binaries. They have multiple sets of resources (images, screen layouts, etc.) and the code needs to have multiple behaviors depending on the device. i.e. the code has to check "is this an iPad? If so do this...

    Currently, developers have to create separate binaries for use on the emulator or the actual device.

    2. Several developers have checked-in here to say that their apps are listed this way. None have offered that they had any advance knowledge of this, or did anything to make it happen. If this is about ARM/x86 fat binaries, the developer would have had to build their app that way. And even if it didn't require a re-build, I think it's highly unlikely that Apple would start selling apps on a new platform without letting the developers know!

    3. Apple is *reasonably* fair about giving all developers access to new technology at the same time. They also generally make a public announcement at the same time as making beta SDKs available to developers. (Though the public announcement may be limited in scope and vague.) There are so many developers, that despite confidentiality agreements, most of the details get out to the public pretty quickly, though perhaps in muddled form. While Apple DOES hand-pick developers for early-early access, it's typically not THAT early. A few weeks, max.

    I do think that an x86 target for iOS apps is inevitable. Just not imminent.

    My best guess is that this was a screw-up by the web-site developers. Perhaps they did a mockup of the app store for the marketing people, selected some apps or app categories that seemed likely candidates, and slipped-up and it went live on the real app store.




    KnightWRX
    Apr 16, 07:07 AM
    No one is pissing over google's work. It was a response to one of your s*****[censored] comments, here:

    Don't remove the :rolleyes:, it indicates the sarcasm in that comment. I was pointing out to the guy the fallacy of his argument in diminishing Google's work that he was also diminishing Apple's work on OS X.

    I believe both companies have a lot of merit for what they did. I'm not pro-anything or anti-anything here. The point of my comment was to say that Apple and Google put in a lot of effort into making their OSes.

    Now you're arguing what exactly aside from just wanting to insult me ?

    You replied to a person who was talking about ChromeOS being just a giant browser which is absolutely true.

    Absolutely true ? When did Web browsers start to do process scheduling, user input, graphical sub-systems, GUI frameworks, hardware interaction, etc.. etc..

    Chrome OS is much more than a browser, it's very much a OS who's desktop environnement happens to be a Web browser, rather than a file explorer like Finder.

    Again, let's drop the Google hate. It has no place in this thread. Why do you insist on beating on them ? Leave the corporate politic between Steve and Eric (now Larry) and let's discuss OS X some.



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