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  • jp102235
    Mar 29, 12:23 PM
    Apple still doesn't have upload to a cloud or wireless syncing, and Windows Phone does. 25 GB free sky drive, as well as a beautiful hub where you choose what to access at a glance.

    mobile me does this, and I suspect, it will become free soon (or at least parts of it).





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  • lmalave
    Sep 26, 01:54 PM
    Very hard to say, but 3G is not taking to the rest of the world very well, especially the US as they can't get 2/2.5G to work properly yet. This is about the only occasion when the UK really is doing well.

    Wrong. Cingular is rolling out 3.5G (HSDPA), and although they only have one phone that currently supports it (the LG CU500, http://onlinestorez.cingular.com/cell-phone-service/cell-phones/cell-phones.jsp?RFlow=A&source=INC230056&zip=10010&q_deviceId=cdsku9870167&WT.svl=dtl), reviewers have been wowed by the download speeds and smooth streaming video performance (download speeds are 1.8 Mbps).

    Maybe this was exactly one of the reasons that Apple chose Cingular: it was the only carrier that could support integration with the iTunes music store. Yes, you heard right: I predict that Cingular and Apple worked out some deal where Cingular will use the iTunes music store rather than trying to set up their own music store. You heard it here first. I predict that the mobile iTunes software on the iPhone will actually be store-enabled...





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  • milo
    Sep 5, 11:58 AM
    I've been saying a video Airport is apple's best move for months now.

    It doesn't seem Apple's style to make wireless n hardware when there is no standard yet, I would think they would make a Media Center Mac, possibly with a built in iPod dock, maybe adding DivX and XVid (or just sticking VLC on the damn thing).

    I think a streaming box makes more sense than a media center computer. A MC box is always going to be overpriced for a single purpose box. Why have hundreds of dollars worth of hardware tethered to a TV when you can have a cheap box on the TV and put your pricey computer anywhere in the house?

    Makes even more sense if you have multiple TV's in the house - you can have one server box with the hard drives and as many cheaper TV stations all around the house (including things like bringing a laptop into the backyard).

    I love my mini, and it's great for TV viewing...but I HATE leaving it hooked up to the TV all the time. The TV makes a terrible monitor for any other computer use, and I just don't want the computer in my TV room.

    The device would not make a lot of sense by itself. There is more to this. Most people are waiting for a Media Center system. Sounds like the device would replace some cables that you can get for 40 bucks. I am refering to the cables that allow you to connect your Mac to the TV.

    You're missing the point. Most people don't want their computer in the TV room. The TV makes a terrible monitor, and most people don't want it in that room (or have to have a computer monitor next to the TV). This allows having the computer wherever you want.

    I don't want to buy a Mac Mini (and then pay twice for every subsequent release OS X).

    I'm sure apple would like you to buy two upgrades, but does anyone really do that?

    Hmm...I think Belkin calls this 802.11n. This isn't new. Gimme a break. People are really scrounging around deep now.


    Read the article again, you missed the point. This isn't just a 802.11n box, it's a box that has VIDEO outs (plus hopefully a remote, and even Front Row). Do the belkin boxes do that? Don't think so.





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  • fetchmebeers
    Sep 12, 03:40 PM
    You can return or exchange it but you'll have to pay a 10% restock fee ($25 or $29 depending on which one you bought). If you bought the 30GB just stick with the "old" 5G. If you bought the 60GB version then $30 is worth the price for another 20GB of storage. But my question to you is, what were you thinking buying an iPod the night before an Apple Special Event focusing on "it's showtime?"

    i know i know....
    it was a very noob thing to do, if you will....

    but yesterday was the day that i actually GOT the product being fedexed, and the actual date that i placed an order for it was like 1 and a half week ago....(i was looking for the best deal, the price was the lowest but it took me such a long ass time....bad case of a trade-off... no redeeming quality)

    i then was as well hesitant cause i had been informed about this 9/12 rumor, but a certain incident totally URGED me to buy it so i had to, but turns out, i had to cancel the order if only i knew it might take such a long ass time to deliver.......dammit





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  • generik
    Sep 10, 05:35 AM
    The iMacs will NEVER see Kentsfields. Apple would have to have put Conroe in the new iMacs for that even to be a remote possibility. Even if they had I would still say it would never get Kentsfields.

    I mean people are saying that Conroe is too hot for the iMac as it is (I don't think they are) but Kentsfield is two Conroe dies on one package. Meaning almost double the power consumption and heat generation.

    The iMac is huge (relatively speaking), are you telling me such a huge enclosure won't be able to dissipitate an extra 30W or so? It is only around 30W more!

    Like it or not Apple will have to somehow fit the Kentsfield into their lineup, cos their advertising campaigns are going to look very lame when Dell simply cops their "switch" campaign style and come out with a "PC" with 4 heads and a "Mac" with only 2.

    When Kentfield replaces Conroes and every $999 Dell ships with quad core, it is quite hard to justify buying a dual (in Apple's case, a $2000+ quad)





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  • rloechner
    Mar 30, 01:28 PM
    Actually M$ its:

    "App Store"

    Take that.





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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 15, 11:01 PM
    May I remind you:

    iPod's:
    1G 23 Oct 2001
    2G 17 July 2002
    3G 28 April 2003
    4G/Photo July 2004
    5G 12 Oct 2005
    5G (enhanced) 12 Sep 2006
    6G (not ready yet)
    iPhone� Clear some space under that (Walnut) tree.

    Besides this is not an iPod, it's an iPod Phone�

    What about the iPod mini or shuffle?

    In retrospect, I should've said product and not just iPod. That's where they release all the toys.





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  • Amazing Iceman
    Mar 29, 01:38 PM
    I predict that in 2015, iOS handset users will still have the highest customer satisfaction and that Apple will be walking away with the lion's share of the smartphone industry's profits.

    Meaning there will be more grumpy non-iPhone users and more grumpy HTC/Nokia/Samsung/Motorola/LG shareholders.

    By 2015, the iPhone will be implanted in the back of our necks and interface directly with our brain. It will get battery power from our neural system.

    I got burned once, and only once with the best Windows Phone of the time, the HTC Rhodium. I hate that phone so much!
    All the people I know who got the WinMo7 phone told me it sucks!

    M$ is so far behind in this market, and the ITC seems to be smoking barely-legal substances to come up with such hallucinations. :eek:





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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 25, 12:16 AM
    What happens if you did it to a mafia boss?





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  • 0815
    Apr 20, 02:05 PM
    seriously did you not watch the video?
    mobile phone providers collect location data themselves from all phone automatically, this information is separately collected away from the mobile networks and is not (as we know) not given to the networks (and apple don't even collect it) and only stored locally.

    agreed - and I don't care if it stored locally on my phone .... I'm just wondering why it is stored anyway? If it is hidden from the user, nobody else can access it ... that why is it stored? I for sure will use it from now on as a feature and revisit my many trips. Does anyone know since when this is really stored - is it worth getting my old iPhone 3G backups from TimeMachine and check them out?





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  • greg6028
    Sep 14, 08:50 AM
    It's coming soon!
    Thinking of the event last Tuesday, it was interesting that Steve finished the Keynote with,
    On your desktop, in your car, in your pocket in your home theater....
    He was pointing out where Apple products are - so why not your phone.
    Jobs had a lot of events last year in the final quarter. I can see him doing another one soon.
    (I know there is one coming up next week, but my bet on one in Oct. for the iPhone!)





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  • twoodcc
    Oct 27, 11:00 AM
    i'm not sure what to think about this. seems that i don't like them though





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  • adamfilip
    Sep 10, 08:34 PM
    I wondering how many people are now going to put off buying a Mac Pro and wait for a faster Kentsfield :confused:

    The Mac Pros a fast as it is now, Kentsfield would smash the previous benchmarks but a fair margin.

    Ive heard about cloverton coming all along. and have put off buying a Mac pro

    id much rather have 8 cores then 4 for the work i do





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  • QuarterSwede
    Sep 16, 02:21 PM
    It's certainly why I haven't. I wouldn't say the U.S. is so much behind the rest of the world (although that is true) but keep in mind U.S. carriers are all about keeping people locked into contracts. It's much easier to get a phone and change providers in Europe because they don't do hardware locking to network and prepaid is more proliferant. You can get lots of these great phones (by the way, they do make 10 megapixel camera phones now) if you buy them online, paying retail prices.

    The problem is most U.S. consumers are cheap as far as I can tell, most will not pay at all for a phone and even few will pay more than $100. The carriers cannot afford to subsidize these phones because even with them partially covering the cost a consumer will be looking at an over $250 cost with a contract..

    The U.S. cell phone is behind other countries because the U.S. cell phone network is behind other countries. We're just now getting 3G out in most of the country but Japan has had it and two way video calls for years.

    If I could afford it and was willing to take the gamble of learning a new UI, I would get the Nokia N73. But it's hard to justify spending that much on a cell phone for me and I'm more familiar with Nokia series 40 phones.
    I hear you on that. Just check out DoCoMo's (http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/product/function_icon/index.html) phones (Japanese).





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  • Di9it8
    Oct 27, 03:04 PM
    The Greenpeace Apple micro site
    http://www.greenpeace.org/apple/
    is surely a good thing for Apple.
    It is organisations like Greenpeace who are driving the agenda, because goverments and manufacturing companies are too complacent.
    They should be welcomed with open arms at Mac Expo:rolleyes:





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  • Evangelion
    Sep 9, 11:00 AM
    The Napa chipset used with Yonah only supported 32 address lines.

    Napa is the hardware-platform, composed of Yonah, Intel Mobile 945-chipset and Intel Pro Wireless. AKA third generation Centrino. And since the CPU used in that platform is 32bits, the platfom can be called a 32bit platfom. Note: this has nothing to do with the bitness of the logic-board. Napa64 (or rather: Santa Rosa) is Fourth generation Centrino that uses Merom and new chipset.





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  • macenforcer
    Sep 12, 02:24 PM
    let the whining begin


    I hate when a smarta$$ lays in with this post. We'll whine if we want to. YEAH!





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  • drdan
    Aug 31, 11:56 AM
    the "mac+ipod" back to school special runs through september 15. his steveness has pretty reliably held new releases until the day after those kinds of specials end. i believe a significant speed bump on the macbook pros and mac minis is imminent, along with some significant revisions to the ipod.

    i'm keeping an eye on my stock.





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  • WildPalms
    Aug 28, 07:11 PM
    I wonder if some people read the guide I made at all. :confused:

    I do, I think you did a great job.





    Silentwave
    Sep 10, 06:12 PM
    Maybe Steve will be using the new iChat Theater features of Leopard to do his keynote presentation ;)





    Creibold
    Sep 12, 03:00 PM
    It's the nintendo thinking people...





    Half Glass
    Aug 28, 09:29 PM
    well, in the past they have run this promotion and released new product without adding it to the rebate. so... i guess it would not be strange, no.


    Although I agree the post was condescending, Apple did in fact add MacPros to the iPod promotion when they were released.

    --HG





    swingerofbirch
    Aug 31, 08:28 PM
    These days there aren't a whole lot of morale boosters for living in the United States. You can give us this one.





    MisterMe
    Dec 30, 04:16 PM
    It makes sense. iProducts are increasingly becoming ubiquitous, therefore they will become more profitable for malware developers to attack. It's not a McAfee sales pitch so much as it's stating the obvious. Same with Android.No, it is the same nonsense that Microsoft and its apologists have been saying for the past decade. It isn't any truer today than it was a decade ago.