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  • wovel
    Apr 7, 12:25 PM
    Wow. I think you missed the point. At 1199, the MacbookPRO should have a discrete option...hell, POS HP's at 600.00 do.

    Oh, and please spare me the snarky "well then enjoy your HP! Har har har" comment.




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  • Eidorian
    Jul 21, 02:38 PM
    To date we have not seen Apple update any of their Intel products. So it may not be any different. The pressure will be on Apple with new processors coming out all of the time. Steve Jobs keps Apple from doing what you would exspect much of the time.

    Bill the TaxManThe MacBook Pro was speed bumped, twice.





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  • QuantumLo0p
    Nov 17, 02:53 PM
    And why are we so worried about passing on Windows Viruses, doesn't everyone running Windows HAVE TO run AV software. They would be nuts if they didn't. Viruses and malware have been and will always be problems that windows users will face. Just like you said.

    I suppose it still remains a personal choice, albeit quite a gray area. IMO, knowingly passing on a virus to another computer, and damage results, could very well be interpreted as malice and then be subject to criminal charges. I am not an expert on it but even if criminal law does not apply, possible civil action certainly does apply. Suing someone over damages could become more common in the future.

    I know I would sue the jackass.
    :D





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 4, 02:10 PM
    sure we do. Developer Tools for example. also there are more 64 bit 3rd party apps out there, that I dont feel like looking up right now.

    however, your right, consumer apps are primarily 32 bit, and os x apps like ical, mail etc, wont go 64 bit until leopard.

    yeah, but we don't know if Leopard will be totally 64-bit anyways (we'll find out soon enough)





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  • ptysell
    Apr 7, 10:58 AM
    Ehh, purposeful or not (as a sabotage)...not good news for iPad competition:( Which isnt good news for us iPad users...Apple needs constant pressure to release revolutionary products.

    The iPod hasn't see ANY competition in the past 10 years and they seem to be doing fine with pushing that product line.





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  • aog
    Sep 15, 04:38 PM
    I hope the 2.33GHz processor comes standard in the 17" since it�s the highest-end model...:D





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  • ciTiger
    Mar 26, 11:40 PM
    As long as it is solid with things that are actually NEEDED... :D





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  • complexcommunic
    May 7, 05:20 PM
    This would be really awesome. I've always been intrigued by mobileme but turned away by its price tag





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  • biggreydog
    Apr 21, 03:34 PM
    1) Make it anodized aluminum black and 2) allow enough room for me to stuff in a AV receiver, BlueRay, Apple TV and put all the ports on the back (side).





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  • ten-oak-druid
    Mar 29, 09:48 PM
    The kindle and the ipad will be the winners in the tablet wars. They offer different experiences. The kindle is really nice and it is truly different than the ipad. The rest of the competition are ipad knock offs. Apparently the xoom is bombing. Samsung's tablet is not selling well. Of course there are those that will bring up whether Jobs misquoted the Samsung CEO. but who cares really? The truth is the samsung tablet isn't even close to selling the numbers Apple is. THAT is the real issue. Jobs knew it and so used the quote. All the back pedaling from samsung was just that. The original quote was the truth.





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  • H&Kie
    Nov 2, 02:46 PM
    As I said in other email, I stopped using it only because I lost my free "employees" license when I left the company that I had bought it for and couldn't justify the �100 + to buy a home license. I'm afraid I found everything else I tried (Norton, McAfee etc) to be very poor alternatives. Eventually settling on ESET NOD32, which while still taking more resources than Sophos, and only having daily updates rather than the minute by minute updates from Sophos, it was still the best of the ones I tried.

    I'm still running Sophos AV using an employees license at this moment. Although it never detected any Mac malware, it does find Windows malware from time to time. And it's nice to have this malware removed before I send files to friends, collegues or customers.

    It runs smooth on the background and does a decent job. It might not be to crucial on a Mac, but still it's a nice idea my files are protected.





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  • Stridder44
    Sep 11, 02:36 AM
    Mine connection would take around 14 hours, but we have adsl 2+ now which is up to 24mb/sec. Can't wait to upgrade :cool:

    This movie store is all exciting and all, but with out world stores, it will be the US who will be enjoying it :(


    Holy eff. Im in the states and Im only gettin 786/384 :mad:

    Then again we get it for free...but still....





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  • CellarDoor
    Aug 11, 11:49 AM
    ...And please, for the love of all things holy, retire the Powerbook G5 "joke". It never was funny and it certainly isn't funny now.

    Agreed.





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  • aswitcher
    Aug 7, 02:58 AM
    How about a new design pro keyboard to go with the new Mac Pro and Displays? I think its due.....

    ShadoW

    Pro-Keyboard would be very interesting.





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  • motulist
    Aug 7, 04:54 PM
    Jobs finally delivered on his 3 Ghz promise! ;) :D :D





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  • PygmySurfer
    Apr 7, 09:34 AM
    So, what is Apple doing with a bunch of 7" touch screens, since Jobs said "7 inch tablets are dead on arrival"?

    I also don't recall RIM ever giving a date before April 19th.





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  • freebooter
    Sep 16, 12:37 AM
    I think you should go get your prostate checked.

    good one!





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  • Apple OC
    May 2, 08:10 PM
    Don't you guys in the great white north buy milk in bundles of 4 1 liter bags anyway. :p

    B

    usually 3 one litre bags ... for the price of 4





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  • jake4ever
    Mar 26, 11:53 PM
    will a beta come out in the summer?





    bradl
    May 6, 02:22 AM
    [url="http://semiaccurate.com/2011/05/05/apple-dumps-intel-from-laptop-lines/"]SemiAccurate claims (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/05/06/apple-to-move-from-intel-to-arm-processors-in-future-laptops/) to have heard that Apple will be transitioning from Intel processors to ARM processors in the not too distant future.

    Interesting rumour.

    I heard the other way around, that Apple will be using Intel as its main processor manufacturer (http://www.winbeta.org/?q=news/intel-build-next-generation-processor-ios-devices) for the iPad,iPod Touch, and iPhone, and will more than likely make that switch within the next year.

    Reasons may be because of the ongoing lawsuits between Apple and Samsung, which they currently use.

    I heard it enough, that it even got slashdotted (http://apple.slashdot.org/story/11/05/03/1357202/Intel-To-Build-Next-Gen-Processor-For-iOS-Devices).

    So why go the exact opposite for the laptops when they would still be with Intel for their other devices? It would make better sense to standardize across the board.

    BL.





    AppleIntelRock
    Sep 16, 03:14 PM
    some days i feel like a dell owner :(





    ste1989
    May 9, 10:37 AM
    Couldn't they have people use their iTunes account?

    remember not everybodys itunes account is an email address, for use with ichat etc
    when setting up a mac, I got an Apple ID(which is my itunes account) and its just a username not an email address





    Reach9
    Apr 20, 01:00 PM
    I honestly don't understand where some people get their logic from.
    I just skimmed through this thread and i saw posts like "The next iPhone will be an iPhne 4S/iPad 2 type upgrade, so it won't be big". Or "the next iPhone should be called iPhone 4GS or iPhone 4S, because it won't be a big upgrade".
    I'm sorry but a Dual Core processor itself makes it a huge upgrade. The iPhone 3GS was the biggest upgrade internally, the iPhone 4 has more RAM.

    Don't judge a book by it's cover.

    Btw, why would Apple go back to messing up with their names? iPhone 3G was almost the exact same as the Original iPhone, except it had 3G functionalities. So they had to emphasize on "3G", hence the name.
    In a marketing stance, it didn't make sense for Apple to go from iPhone 3G to iPhone 3, people want to see improvements not a removal of a letter.
    And now finally they came back to the numerical way of naming the iPhone, and i think it'll stay just like that. It makes no sense for Apple to mess it up.
    Otherwise the iPad 2 according to some people here should've been called "iPad 1S" :rolleyes:

    This should make sense:
    iPhone = iPhone 1
    iPhone 3G = iPhone 2
    iPhone 3GS = iPhone 3
    iPhone 4 = iPhone 4
    iPhone 5 = iPhone 5

    Makes sense? Now how messed up would this be..
    iPhone 4 = iPhone 4
    iPhone 4S = iPhone 5
    iPhone 5 = iPhone 6

    In other words, don't undermine the iPhone 5. Due to the leak of the 'prototype' iPhone 4 last year, Apple has been very strict with their next device, by this time last year we knew a lot about the iPhone 4.
    So we can only wait until a date closer to September (from what it seems), to see the actual features of the phone.
    Keep in mind guys, Apple is going to add things to make current iPhone 4 owners upgrade, it's all marketing.





    GregA
    Jul 30, 07:54 AM
    Just thinking about "compelling applications", and pulling a couple of rumors together...

    What happened to the rumour that Apple was making a groupware application? What would happen if you implemented a group scheduling and interaction application on a iPad /phone device. Something that allows for shared calendaring & room bookings, as well as a light development environment for a customised family and/or business mobile-intranet?