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Friday, May 13, 2011

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  • ghostee
    May 4, 02:50 PM
    I like the idea. Hopefully the App Store purchase will be versatile. I'd like to see:

    - Buy on the App Store and perform a local upgrade
    - Buy on the App Store and upgrade or fresh install another machine on the network
    - Buy on the App Store and burn a disk to fresh install the local machine, or any other machine I want to

    - Get a free copy of the above for a Mac purchased within X days of the Lion release.

    The pricing also needs to be fair. The price should not be greater than what I could obtain the disk for, including any discounts retailers may provide.





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  • Love yourself as well as love



  • err404
    Apr 5, 04:06 PM
    The problem is that people want to think of an iPhone as a PC. They apply PC analogies and logic. However the reality is that the cell industry has more in common with appliances or consoles. It's traditionally a heavily curated environment.

    Apple: Start with a "restricted" system and open it up to allow for PC like advantages. (The App Store is an example of this)

    Google: Start with an "open" system and lock it down to meet carrier needs and leverage the advantages of curation. (The Google Market place is an example of this)





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  • jaxstate
    Aug 4, 09:54 AM
    I was talking abou this reference to the 400 series celerons. I should have made that more clear.How does he know what? It is well known what is in the Core 2 and Core processors.





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  • The Love Yourself Challenge



  • Popeye206
    Apr 18, 03:12 PM
    I love the negative comments... you don't even know the details of the lawsuit and what IP Apple is trying to protect. You do know, that is the whole point of patenting things is so you can protect it.

    Obviously, there are companies out there that are patent trolls, but a company trying to protect IP is different and valid if they have a valid claim.

    It's good to see Apple doing it so soon. Some companies like the recent Kodak lawsuit against Apple and others, looks valid, but they waited years until their were millions of devices out there using their IP. That is low.

    If Apple gets damages based on Tab sales, they'll probably see $20 from the suit! :p





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  • Go Love Yourself



  • boncellis
    Jul 30, 10:24 PM
    Some rumors for the Verizon Chocolate (http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/cellphones/lg-vx8500-chocolate-to-verizon-confirmed-187461.php) suggest an AUGUST 7TH Release Date. That's the same day as the start of WWDC, when Apple's new products will be announced! Just a coincidence?

    The wheel on the front of that phone looks very familiar...

    I used to think that it all depended on the service provider, but now my feelings have changed. I would be plenty happy with a 4 GB Nano-like device with improved wireless synchronization for a better address book, email viewer, to-do list, etc. even without the phone capability.





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  • bcharna
    Jul 30, 10:28 PM
    " While I'm sure if it is true..."

    it is true, i saw a add for it in a magazine. it gave the website: www.iphone.org,
    but when i typed that in, all it gave me was the apple website with the .org URL. and its not a flip phone. its made by Sony Ericson. I believe this is why an Apple logo showed up on that one thing Sony was showing.

    i saw the real one on the back pages of a "MacBook" magazine. would have bought it, but it was $30.http://www.ipodnoticias.com/uploaded_images/iphone-701958.jpg
    it was this add

    iphone.org isn't owned by Apple, therefore, Someone who wanted to fool people and couldn't afford to pay for a .com name could have easily bought this name and just directed it to apple.com.

    Just a simple redirection people...





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  • love yourself first.



  • tuna
    Mar 29, 08:56 AM
    Dang... I feel like $80 a month is a LOT of money for 1TB of space. Especially when you can pay $70 ONCE and get your own 1TB drive.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822324041&cm_re=1tb-_-22-324-041-_-Product

    Of course there are many benefits of having your data "in the cloud," but I think their prices are way too high.

    The price is actually amazing. MobileMe is $100/year for 20GB. Amazon is $20/year for the same storage plus Amazon is running a promotion through the end of the year where if you buy a digital album from Amazon, you get 1 free year of 20GB of storage.

    Dropbox is $100/year for 50GB or $200/year for 100GB. Amazon is now offering storage for half those prices. This is going to be devastating for Dropbox since they actually run their entire system off of Amazon Web Services.

    Cloud storage isn't comparable to buying a hard drive. Cloud storage includes redundancy, bandwidth, and syncing tools that add a lot of value. Plus of course the electricity and servers processing power necessary to access the hard drives.

    I hope that Amazon either copies Dropbox's syncing technology or otherwise buys them out and integrates it. Dropbox is already amazing. At half the price its even better.





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  • love yourself first.



  • furi0usbee
    Apr 26, 03:03 PM
    The fact there is one Android phone or ten Android phones is irrelevant. Every one of those people could have chose to buy an iPhone. They didn't.

    Well, the fact is that there is one iPhone, and ten Android phones. But anyway, of course this fact is relevant. If I have 10 chances to do something, and only one chance to do something else... how often do you think the 1 in 10 chance is going to come around.... maybe 1 in 10 times?

    That's like saying the people who *lose* the lottery should have just picked the winning numbers. People choose phones, or lottery numbers for various reasons. The products that tend to be pushed upon them, or are more readily available, are usually the ones that people end up walking out the door with.

    The 90% of PC users *should* have just bought a Mac as well. Doesn't mean the PC is better, but there are many more circumstances under which someone buys something; cost, availability, etc.





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  • artifex
    Jul 31, 06:31 AM
    I don't understand how this made it off Page 2.





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  • eawmp1
    Apr 21, 03:06 PM
    Hopefully the smaller form factor won't cause additional heat dissipation issues.





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  • iphone3gs16gb
    Mar 29, 02:31 PM
    Things are only getting worse in Japan...

    Hopefully everything gets under control





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  • coolcom
    Mar 30, 06:17 PM
    Actually the download is happening in the Launchpad icon this time... that's new

    I see it now- weird, thanks!





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  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 06:38 AM
    No. Their introduction of FinFETs is similar to the edge they had with the high-k metal gate process until not long ago.

    But until Intel releases technology using the new transistors people dumped arm stocks for essentially hype,(?) Which is why I'm surprised.





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  • jkr801
    May 7, 10:58 AM
    Google, Dropbox, Teamviewer. Good enough for me and free.





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  • Gem�tlichkeit
    Apr 25, 09:01 AM
    Any smart phone with GPS will track/store data.

    Thinking you can get away with this simply by switching brands is mental.

    Bottom line, if you don't want to be "tracked" (location recorded) don't own a cellphone. Those cellphone towers always know where you are =-O





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  • Krafty
    Apr 5, 03:02 PM
    If only they had a passion for you :(
    Yeah, I wouldn't be on these forums, I'd have a life, a job, and a smile.

    If only... :(





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  • SC68Cal
    Jul 21, 02:37 PM
    Noooo....must...resist urges to buy...new MBP's

    Just have to keep reminding myself I cant afford these things right now..

    Oh, you can afford it.... it's just that you'll be eating ramen for quite a while.





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  • Splen
    Mar 29, 01:40 PM
    Meteorologist??? I guess you mean the Geologists.

    I hope that Japan recover fast from this terrible catastrophe.

    seismologist?





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  • woodbine
    Apr 21, 05:27 PM
    Here's a quick scale / mockup

    does it look a bit unstable being so narrow?

    Other than that, I imagine with all the minimisation that Apple has done with imacs, mini's etc it should be possible to keep the expandability in a smaller footprint.

    Not so sure about having lots of external drives, instead of internal ones. For one, they are always more expensive, for two they probably eat more juice and they always have a power brick dangling off them.





    LaMerVipere
    Aug 7, 02:56 PM
    LAME

    � $2,499 standard price of Mac Pro ($2,299 for Education)

    ��$2,124 is the lowest you can configure the Mac Pro ($1,962 for Education)

    ���To get it that low, you have to drop the processors from 2.66GHz to 2GHz and and the hard drive from 250GB to 160GB

    � Airport Extreme & Bluetooth 2.0 still not standard

    � Weak graphics card standard (GeForce 7300, ugh)

    and as a sidenote:

    � MacBook Pro & MacBook processors untouched

    � iMac untouched

    � iPod product line grows more stale by the day





    1984
    Sep 11, 01:57 PM
    What we should get:

    Movie Service with 1280x720 movies, Airport Extreme AV with composite, s-video and hdmi outputs.

    What we will get:

    Movie service with 320x240 movies, Airport Express AV with compostie and s-video only.

    :(





    Stevamundo
    Dec 14, 10:25 PM
    I don't, either. That's why I'm polite enough to make sure my PC friends are running anti-virus software, to protect them from malware, no matter where it may come from.

    Eventually Macs will get viruses too.

    What's the big deal? It's free and it runs well on my Mac. It's just extra protection for my Mac and for my PC friends.





    wacky4alanis
    Nov 4, 04:17 PM
    It is cheaper to buy a standalone unit. But then you have to carry around 2 things instead of 1. For some people (including me), that is the major selling point of using the iPhone for navigation. I don't like bringing stuff with me when I travel. The more my iPhone can do, the less junk I need to take with me. It has already replaced my iPod and my laptop. If it can replace my Garmin too, I'm willing to pay extra to make it work.

    As for the apps that download maps on the fly, I'm not interested in those as my ONLY navigation solution. There are plenty of places I drive that don't have any cell coverage at all, let alone 3G. I want an app that has the maps preloaded. I haven't decided between the available apps yet, but I am leaning towards Navigon. If their traffic thingy works well, I'll most likely go that route.





    poppe
    Aug 3, 11:02 PM
    It is sad to have to wait till September... I wanted to show my family my MBP since they've never though of using a Mac until me