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  • trrosen
    May 7, 11:48 AM
    Free services are worth every cent you pay.

    For those that whine about the price just try to get a legitimate IMAP email service for under $100 a year. Gmail and hotmail don't count, as by legitimate I mean that your address doesn't automatically make people think of SPAM. Free email equals source of SPAM.

    Added all up and mix in its integration with Mac, Iphone and iApps Mobile me is a steal at less than $6 a month.

    Oh and a two letter email address is priceless.

    Now if they just made syncing and find my iPhone free with the full service as an paid upgrade. sort of a freemium model. that could work.





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  • j26
    Jul 30, 06:55 AM
    I hope it will be a GSM phone. If the AppleBerry rumors are true, then that would be sweet, too.

    If it's not GSM it will be a massive failure. Focusing on a relatively small under developed market (the US) would be silly when a vibrannt global market is out there. Europe, Japan, and most importantly China (proobably the biggest growing market for phones) all work on GSM.





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  • kalsta
    May 3, 08:08 PM
    Adopting the metric system doesn't mean other more informal units of measurement will disappear from popular usage. In Australia you order a schooner or middy of beer. In some pubs it's a pint. Teaspoons won't suddenly disappear from your kitchen or your recipes. Fear not.





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  • nologo
    Sep 16, 02:16 AM
    Internal Sony 5.25" ATAPI EIDE Blu-ray Drives Cost $750 At Fry's. So an internal mobile Blue-ray probably cost over $1,000. Plus I agree with all of the above. It's too soon. Blu-ray blank media is incredibly expensive - Prohibitively so - almost $1/GB - IE about $50 per 50GB and $25 per 25GB Blu-ray blank.

    Conventional Single Sided DVD blanks are down to about 5�/GB. I'd say that's a fairly large MEDIA COST GAP that only time will reduce. Until then, we've got quite a wait until the professionals drive up demand to the point where prosumers can rationalize a higher price of <20�/GB or so - IE where the $1.50 price of 8.5GB Dual Layer DVDs is now - about $10 per 50GB and $5 per 25GB Blu-ray blank. Make sense? Or do any of you see it another way?

    It is more conceivable that it would have a Blu-Ray ROM drive in a mobile, which would also help in starting the downward trend in price of the blue laser diodes. And basically, it seems more useful to have the ability to play blu-ray movies than burn a 25GB disc at that price and speed. Personally, of course, I don't see the Blu-ray thing happening this update but I do think that Apple wants to be a leader in this regard. The DVD-burning SuperDrive was always something that Apple touted as being ahead-of-the-curve when introing it in the PowerMacs - of course, it took them a while to integrate it into the Titaniums in a slot-load config. So yeah, thinking aloud here, but it ain't gonna happen until the Mac Pros start (at the very least) having a BTO option of a Blu-Ray ROM (but more likely a burner)

    Sorry for being stupid here, but why do you guys want magnetic latches? It just doesn't seem superior to me, but then again I haven't tried the new macbooks, I just know that the solution on my old 17" powerbook was fine.


    Magnetic latches have no parts to break. The mechanical latches still use a magnet, but a small metal hook gets pulled down by the magnet to hook the display section of the notebook to the keyboard portion. If this hook is somehow broken than the latch must be replaced - possibly requiring the display housing to be opened. With a magnet in the display and keyboard portions of the laptop, the only problems is the eventual weakening of the magnets (probably not an issue) and the fact that a fairly strong magnet is close to a hard drive and other electronic hardware that has the potential of being affected by magnets. That being said, I would think Apple's hardware engineers would have this problem covered or some Macbooks are going to have some pretty plucky HD problems. And they already use magnets in the latches of the MacBook pro's mechnical latch (not to mention MagSafe)- so the Macbook magnetic latch is just a different implentation of the magnets (and a superior one). Hope this makes sense....





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  • craighc
    May 7, 11:07 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    I could see iAd playing a role in this decision. Apple
    pays for it through ads. Makes sense.





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  • adbe
    Mar 26, 10:42 PM
    Agreed!

    What am I supposed to do when my contract ends this July!?

    You do realize you don't have to renew the contract right? AT&T will be more than happy to keep taking your money until such time as you feel ready to sign a new one.





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  • spaceballl
    Mar 27, 12:27 AM
    That's all wonderful, but can I have 64GB on my iPhone now? OK THX.





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  • lilo777
    Apr 25, 11:33 AM
    Even if we take SJ at his word (stupid idea, I know). The fact remains that Apple does store the database of all your moves on the phone and PC for eternity thus preserving the capability to access it any time they want. This is clearly a very bad idea any way you look at it.

    Putting on SJ hat:

    "You are all idiots anyways"

    Sent from my iPhone





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  • heisetax
    Aug 2, 02:45 PM
    Well, I disagree with the first part of your post. However, I'm sure Apple won't care and go ahead anyway! :D

    As for the two-camera thing... wasn't there a rumor sometime back about how Leopard could handle dual-camera chatting? It would use the monitor/camera that the chat window was on... move the chat window to the other display, and the other camera picks up the chat!


    With Steve Jobs having Apple quietly dhanging the built-in camera from the iSight FW model to a USB2 model, would these cameras follow & be USB. Wouldn't that mean that either 2 USB channels be used or the cameras work in a jirky or slow manner? FW400 for your iSight or built-in camera & your iPods & FW800 for your external hard drives, new SanDisk CF card reader & other Pro needs. The FW400 won't be used for these activities for new people though as all new iPods are USB only & the iSight probably will be soon.

    I have my iSight camera mounted on a flexable gooseneck stand. This allows me to show what I want. The iSight runs very hot just being plugged in. It is nice being able to unplug it when it is not in use. Just shutting the camera off is not enough.

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  • TangoCharlie
    Jul 23, 01:53 PM
    Niice. I would assume that they forgo using the 2.0 GHz chip though. Right now, their lineup is pretty solid using two different speeds. Unless the modify the structure of the lineup (as in lower prices), I think it would make sense.
    I aggree that Apple will only use two speeds in the upgraded MBP... but it'll be the slower two speeds. Even tho' Merom is supposed to be more energy efficent than Yonah, Apple will opt for the "cooller" lower speed cpus in the MBP. Similarly, when the "cut-down" Meroms come out (slower and smaller L2 cache), they'll be the CPUs used in the MacBook and Mac mini.

    As an aside, TFA states that Merom will be used in the MBP.... which is true, but Apple are also going to use it in an updated iMac too :-)





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  • -aggie-
    May 3, 05:32 PM
    I would rather that you started leading us since you seem to be much more versed in the rules guiding us :).

    We�re doomed.:D





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  • kirk26
    Aug 3, 12:00 PM
    It's not scientific at all. No way in hell is it scientific. I should know, I'm a scientist, got a degree and everything.


    I'm keeping this for my quote. Classic!





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  • Popeye206
    Apr 25, 10:33 AM
    There's a black Escalade parked outside with a guy in a suit and sunglasses. I think there's an Apple sticker on the rear window? :eek:

    Someone, please call Jesse Ventura! Help!
    :rolleyes:





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  • nsjoker
    Aug 7, 03:27 PM
    106fps in Doom 3 at high quality with the X1900 XT :eek: :eek:

    What a machine! I'll have 3 to go please.

    http://gear.ign.com/articles/721/721902p2.html

    alienware, less expensive, 222 fps :D
    granted no os x though so i understand.





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  • rjohnstone
    Apr 18, 05:21 PM
    Absolutely false. For instance on MArch 18, 2011 alone, the EU awarded Apple about 24 patents on icons (patentlyapple.com)
    Does not apply in the U.S.
    U.S does not recognize patents on icons.
    Those would/could be covered by copyright law.





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  • Lesser Evets
    May 4, 02:45 PM
    I'm outraged.

    OK, not really, just wary of not having an OS disk in case of problems. It'd have to be followed by the merest physical back-up device in the mail, just in case. The current packaging of OSX is ridiculous; it might be good for the noobs, but I throw away everything but the disk the moment the box opens. I'd rather get a tiny USB key in a plain, brown rapper.





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  • Cue
    Sep 11, 08:42 AM
    It's funny to see that people have completely forgotten about the Apple Expo in Paris, also tomorrow :D.

    To me it is kinda strange that the expo starts 7 hours prior to the media event. Are they going to keep those black curtains (assuming there are some) during the complete 1st day of the event?

    Are there any guarded stands whatsoever in the expo? Is anyone going there tomorrow to report? :)





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  • infidel69
    Mar 28, 11:21 AM
    Great news...... for Google.





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  • Andronicus
    Apr 18, 02:50 PM
    Release the hounds





    Chundles
    Aug 3, 12:36 AM
    You gonna call them liars?

    Yeah, why not. They're liars.

    And the Core 2 processor is a bad processor, it's got "2" in the name and sequels always suck.

    To be honest MM, time you took a chill pill and had a nice lie-down.





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    Sep 10, 11:16 PM
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    Apr 6, 05:52 PM
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    100,000 suckers. Samsung pulled off the same feat: Get whatever you can an then trash it.





    CalBoy
    Apr 10, 06:42 PM
    Didn't all your methods, whatever they are called, give a priority to do the parenthesis operation first?
    It is not my assumption, it is the method/explanation given by others.

    My initial answer is and will always be 2.
    My Mac can't be wrong.
    Mac OS X can't be wrong.
    Not here.
    A Mac in MacRumors can't fail.:eek:

    On the other hand Wolfram Alpha came up with 288, and so did Google.

    This all comes down to how you read the "/" If you assume it's a fraction bar, you get 2. If you assume it's a division sign, you get 288. When it's not clear what it's meant to be, division is the standard interpretation because even when "/"is used in fractions, it is essentially acting like a division sign. If you want to express a giant fraction, just use the right amount of parentheses.





    Vulpinemac
    Apr 25, 09:33 AM
    I've been reading MacRumors for years - only added to the discussion a few times since 08. Not a troll, but still considered a "newbie". :D

    Well, he did say "most". If their join date were, say, yesterday, then they're much more likely to be a troll, no?