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  • ezekielrage_99
    Sep 4, 11:23 PM
    Strange, because everyone said that Apple would release the MB and MBPs on the 12th, but not all of a sudden it shifted to the iMac :confused:

    I'm surprised we haven't started with those "New PowerBook Next Tuesday" rumors, they were fun.

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  • cwh812
    Sep 13, 03:56 PM
    When the iPod's in there it's like a little glass coffin :)

    Couldn't have said it better myself. Also when I bought it at the store the sales clerk asked me if I downloaded the Itunes software. I said yea, and he said when? I told him I downloaded Itunes 7.0 last night. He then said you're all set. It then occured to me that the packaging is way too small to fit a CD. They must be giving the Itunes software CDs to people who don't seem to be too tech savvy.

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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 2, 05:54 AM
    I think it was worth mentioning, especially in the context of a discussion on cameras and the quality of the images they produce. It's good to remember that these things are tools and not be obsessed to the point of ignoring the creativity that is required to make these tools useful.

    If common sense was more common, the megapixel myth wouldn't exist :)

    Yah... well... ok... :D

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  • lifeinhd
    Oct 23, 06:14 PM
    Still on the fence about getting the 11.6" mba. While small, I think multitasking will be a nightmare on it. So cute though!

    I tried it out at the Apple Store today, and I think all the multitasking aides built into OS X (Spaces, Expose, four-finger gestures, etc) are enough to compensate for the small screen size. It's 1000x better than using XP on my 10" Dell netbook :rolleyes:

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  • SpinThis!
    Nov 2, 05:03 PM
    I bet Adobe got sick of all the support e-mails asking them "why doesn't flash download on the iPhone?!" Previously, on Adobe's website you could get all the way up downloading the file and mobile Safari would obviously say the file isn't supported. Adobe should have done this from the beginning.

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  • Rychy
    Mar 21, 02:19 PM
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  • technicolor
    Sep 14, 05:56 AM
    New nanos are absolutely gorgeous! While I am not in the market for one, I think they are a great improvement. I am tempted to get a cheap 2 gig one, but eh...I will save my duckets. I wish the shuffles shipped... I would get my bro one for his bday.:(

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  • MacinDoc
    Nov 1, 12:40 AM
    Switched to macs back in 2001 and while I love the OS I have had a continuous stream of hardware problems with all apple products I have bought:

    iBook G3: logic board died and replaced 3 times

    iMac G5: CPU got so hot the machine almost melted! So far I have had the logic board replaced 3 times.

    MacBook: Random shutdown syndrome, faulty mouse and track pad, palm rest discoloration. Currently in for repair again!

    iPod: hard disk and battery both died

    EDIT: and don't get me started about the abomination that is the so called mighty mouse. The thing barely lasted a week!

    Apple have really got to get there quality control sorted out. So what if the OS is great if the continual hardware faults mean you can't actually use the damn thing!

    One cheesed off mac user.
    Your experience is clearly not representative. My family and I have had 9 Macs, and no hardware problems ever. And large surveys, including those by PC Magazine and Consumer Reports, have shown that Apple desktops require significantly fewer repairs than any other brand out there.

    Either you are trolling, or you are the most unlucky Mac user I have ever heard of...

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  • pmz
    Apr 2, 11:20 AM
    More megapixels can mean equal or better quality at a larger resolution or worse quality at a larger resolution. It all depends on how they cram in the extra pixels. If they cram them into the same size sensor as a 5MP, then it would result in lower quality, but larger pictures. If they increase the sensor size, which would require a longer focal length, then you would have equal or better quality at a larger resolution. The problem with increasing the focal point is the iPhone's thin design. They would have to move sensor further away from the lens in order for it to focus properly. I believe Apple did go with a larger sensor in the iPhone 4.

    Which they worked on for nearly two years. And in the iPhone 5, will be even larger sensors, that have been worked on, for the last year and half.

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  • hazza.jockel
    Oct 9, 01:10 PM
    It would have been good to see Master Chief...

    Master Chief is in the game. You just have to know where to look ;)

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  • kev0476
    Sep 6, 08:33 AM
    holy crap, when did this happen, now more core solo in the mac mini, imac with new screen size and core 2 duo.

    So macbook pros are next, (with a 20" screen size :D )

    Apple is now all dual-core technology.


    Can't wait for the macbook pros.

    (and the return of the newton :D )

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  • etoiles
    Oct 11, 03:21 PM
    Originally posted by sturm375
    Apple computers are primarely sold to very practicle users. "We don't need 3 Ghz to read email." Most everything done on an Apple runs fast enough, plus the UI (user interface) is so exceptional, that many times you can do more with an Apple, than a PC.

    You have to ask, "What drives inovation?" Consumer demand is usually the answer. Apple consumers, by and larger do not over clock, game, or generally tinker with it. If a standard hammer works to drive in a nail, why try to inovate on performance. Instead let's inovate on style, something the PC world is seriously lacking.

    what about high end compositing/film editing ? What about the high end graphics market in general ? 3D anyone ? Apple has been very aggressive buying various software companies and technologies in the field, when are they going to deliver a matching workstation ?

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  • FreeState
    Apr 25, 09:51 PM
    1) Prejduice- BS. Plenty of successful blacks out there. The race card is officially invalid.

    Just because some are successful does not mean all can be. There is plenty of racism still around in most countries, and yes it does effect the less off more than those that are well off.

    2) Poverty- Yes, but why is the question? How is it that other races don't have such a huge poverty issue when living in western countries, but so many blacks can't get themselves out of it

    Because Blacks are not all the same. You cant lump people of one race all in one group and expect them to all to have the same results. There is a history in the US of racism that still effects many black Americans. Many black Americans can't afford to go to college for example. Poverty is a vicious cycle that preys on its self.

    3) Access to societal goods- How so? They're not exactly in concentration camps.

    Poverty - look up computer ownership by race. Look up access to books, education, nutritional information etc by race.

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  • Chosenbydestiny
    Nov 8, 07:57 AM
    Wow...I didn't expect this announcement to be so early in the month. So what is left for the MacWorld?

    Probably the touch screen video Ipod for starters.

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  • kiljoy616
    Dec 4, 12:41 AM
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    I know I did not, but dam impressive :rolleyes:

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  • mrfrosty
    Apr 17, 07:32 AM
    My local target (Davenport) have 5 * 64Gb wifi in White.

    At 7:45 there were about 8 people in the queue outside the store

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  • daneoni
    Sep 6, 10:21 AM
    Hmm, slightly off topic but maybe we'll see a 40" ACD soon with the 30" dropping to the mid-size and the 24" becoming base. Eeek! 40" of estate...thats alot of estate.

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  • briantology
    Sep 22, 01:54 PM
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  • lmalave
    Oct 16, 02:30 AM
    Actually, the whole thing kind of reminds me of the whole internet thing where we had that Push technology. What was that stupid application that Windows users ran?

    Anyhow, Zune is like that. You have to push it to someone. The better idea would be to have people be able to "open up" their Zunes (or iPods), and people could look around on their Zune (or iPod) and see what people are listening to around them. And if they like it, then grab it and let them play it for X amount of times or days. More of a PULL technology.

    Still, just sharing earbuds is more social, but if you had broadcasting on an iPod or Zune, that would make more sense, at least to me....

    In my opinion, the iPod/iPhone will almost certainly have Wi-Fi sometime soon, and the song sharing feature will work exactly as you're describing. Basically, it will be just like shared playlists in iTunes. You'll be able to optionally share the music on your iPod. Using Apple's Bonjour/Rendezvous technology, your iPod will also detect any nearby shared playlists from other wireless iPods just like iTunes can detect shared iTunes playlists available on the network.

    Another use for Wi-Fi on the iPod would be to listen to internet radio stations - that would be pretty nifty.

    Additionally, there could be some kind of interface to the iTunes store. It would have to be very simplified, but I would expect Apple is working on such a simplified interface anyway for the internet-enabled version of mobile iTunes.

    Mar 7, 03:19 PM
    Love the colors, how they are restricted to bands in the image. Love the different patterns present in each of the bands.

    This caught my fancy today for some reason. No clear subject, just lines going in many chaotic directions. Got me thinking about fractals of all things.

    Jul 22, 10:37 PM
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    Oct 16, 12:51 AM
    where would we be without him?

    i'd be nowhere. i would have to restart and i would be where i started from. :D

    Mar 30, 01:06 PM
    I am in the same boat and don't know what to do....

    I am just going to wait, I know if I get an iphone 4 now then in 4-6 months the iphone 5 comes out I will be kicking myself. Its just like I couldnt wait a few months for the 3gs when I got the iphone 3g. I was kicking myself.

    Nov 26, 06:53 PM
    I know- it just seemed that some people in this thread thought a person was a musical infant if he liked The Beatles :)

    I totally admit I am a musical infant. Though I play a few instruments, I don't read music and I certainly can't score anything, even in C and A minor. If being a musician or true music critic requires one read and write music properly, then I am not a musician by that definition, but I still love the Beatles.

    I did take music appreciation in college and learned to love Bach and Beethoven, but I dropped out of that class. What was covered in 20th century classical, Broadway, Rock and Roll, and Jazz took up just one class meeting. But we spent two class meetings just on Brahms, and more on Bach and Beethoven. We met three times a week for 16 weeks and maybe we talked about the Beatles for ten minutes if even that. I have to say it kind of irked me that the entire last century of music (regardless of style) was covered in one hour.

    That being said, I know real musicians who have music degrees who love the Beatles and comfortably have their CDs on the shelf right next to the classical composers and great operas.