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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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  • kjs862
    Apr 11, 01:51 AM
    I had recently purchased Airfoil and the app works great. I also just recently purchased an Airport Express since I didn't want to use my iPhone as a receiver all the time.

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  • MacVault
    Sep 19, 04:11 PM
    As I stated in a few posts up I'm not that happy with the pricing of the iTunes Movies, but, if I were to buy any I would quickly run into a huge problem - STORAGE! I have an iBook with 60 GB drive and it's almost full from other stuff.

    Apple should come out with a home storage network server with RAID, etc.

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  • jessica.
    Sep 20, 07:34 AM
    Wow. Good news for Apple and the future of the iTS in getting more studios on board. :)

    If Apple can just convince studios to release movies in 720p and 1080p formats, it would kill off the blu-ray / HD DVD rivalry once and for all.
    GOOD! I think the HD DVD is out of control already. The future isn't in DVDs in my opinion, it's in digital formats. The iTV is just the first to prove it.

    I am glad this movie thing is successful. I like the lower prices on new releases but I wish I could burn one copy to dvd so I can watch it anywhere.

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  • Bonte
    Sep 5, 02:23 AM
    I just want a cheap Mini and a way to put games in FrontRow, why not sell small games via iTunes?

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  • milo
    Sep 5, 01:53 PM
    Do you know a Tivo is a computer? It has a microprocessor and runs Linux. However, they don't try to make it a computer. That is why their idea has caught on.

    That, and they keep the cost low by subsidizing it with subscriptions. A box for sale has to be cheap, and a device that just streams video, no hard drive at all, could be even cheaper than a tivo.

    Is a streaming box really what you want? I mean, it's one thing to connect my airport express to my bose stereo system and let it play a playlist from my computer in my office, but if we have a streaming video, we still have to go to our office and start the video from the other room. If that's the case, I might as well move my computer to my living room.

    They will have to have something that allows you to access your audio and video files with a remote. Maybe an aiport express with a remote control and user interface similar, but better than frontrow.

    Right now a mac mini can do all of the things you need it to. You can stream video from another computer on the network, you can connect it to your T.V. and stereo. What would be the point of a new airport extreme if for $200 more you can get an entire compuer.

    just some random thoughts...

    A streaming box is DEFINITELY what I want. I assume they will have a remote available for this, not having one would be a deal breaker and I doubt they'd release this half baked.

    A mini can do this, but starting at $599, it's going to be more than $200 more than an airport video. And I'd much rather have my mini somewhere else in the house so I don't have to try and read the menus on my NTSC TV, or have a monitor next to my TV.

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  • Hattig
    Mar 29, 11:38 AM
    What a waste of space. The time distance between now and 2015 is 4 years. The iPhone didn't even exist four years ago, and is now the king of the mountain. Who knows what new technology Apple or others will come up between during the next four years. Asinine.

    It is highly likely that at some point Apple will release a cost reduced iPhone, for example... whilst a large proportion of Nokia's customers aren't getting Nokia SmartPhones, and might resist moving to WP7 devices, however 'FeaturePhone-ised' they are made.

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  • applesith
    May 3, 11:20 AM
    2 External displays?? That is very very sexy! I want one. Too bad i can't justify the purchase.

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  • mbrannon47
    Apr 22, 01:59 AM
    I think it's Eddy Cue not Eddie.

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  • blow45
    Apr 11, 09:27 AM
    Can someone create an os plugin to allow anything displayed on my mac to be streamed to any tv with atv on?

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  • CQd44
    Apr 30, 06:24 PM
    I think it will be just as big as USB2 was. Why wouldn't it? I would be surprised if all the PC vendors shipped machines with TB, if history is any indication. Far more Windows PC's were shipped with USB2 than FW. That may change this time around with TB but I doubt it.

    My desktop has eSATA and USB 2 built into the case (of course this requires some plugging in on the motherboard itself...) and the motherboard supports firewire.

    I think what will probably happen is just switching to USB3 and TB. Seems easiest and the most backward-compatible.

    I can't wait to get a USB3 flash drive so my laptop can finally put its USB3 to use :)

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  • tekmoe
    Aug 28, 03:05 PM

    merom is better than everyone anticipated... ---> http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/laptops/intel-core-duo-whassup-faster-197105.php

    all the people who said it's only marginal at best can stick it where the sun don't shine! suckaaaaaaaaaaaaaazzzz

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  • Rhema
    Sep 16, 01:54 PM
    ok, so...I wrote this really really really long message, and by the time I had submited it, I had been logged out, and so I lost the whole message. So I'm going to re-write it, but in a much shorter version

    Basically I listed all the Ideas I had for the Apple Smartphone. What made the message so long was that I also explained why I wanted each type of feature. I'm going to try and stay away from doing that this time and just list the features but keep in mind that I agree that a lot of these things are a stretch.

    - first, call it iMobile instead of iPhone
    - have a full size screen that is a touchscreen.
    - have the screen slide up to reveal the keyboard
    - have atleast 30 gigs of storage.
    - iSight that can rotate. For taking images and having the screen as a viewer, and having the iSight pointed at you for video conferencing
    - Use the EvDO technology that the sony treo700 uses that is supposed to be "near broadband speeds"

    - iPod interface
    - mobile iTunes Store, able to download music, shows, and movies on the go.
    - ability to record sounds and voices
    - ability to record video
    - mobile versions of Mail, Address Book, Calender, iPhoto (displaying photos you take or upload) and able to sync perfectly
    - mobile Safari
    - mobile stickies (more like a notepad type feature)
    - bluetooth ( using headsets, but also using the phone as a remote for keynote and the soon to be released iTV
    - radio tuner ( i know this is pretty simple, but why not?)
    - GPS like system, or atleast a built in mobile google maps? (possibly even mobile google earth
    -mobile iChat (since iChat can connect to aim and other services)
    - mobile widgets (my sidekick has a lot of programs that you can download for it, most of them being a lot more powerful than most widgets) imagine having the "find the cheapest gas station" widget, get our your phone, bring it up, put in the zip code of wherever you happen to be, see where the cheapest place to get gas is.
    - the ability to remote desktop into your mac. (would have to install software on your mac that would create connection for you) gives you the ability just to browse through you desktop's files, if you forgot a file that you need and lets you download it on to your phone.
    - Also, lets you use the phone as a bluetooth modem for your computer.

    I'm sure there is more..but I'll stop there

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  • Glideslope
    Apr 25, 07:14 PM

    Unibody Liquid Metal, or a Aluminum/Liquid Metal Hybrid.

    It's NOT going to be Carbon Fiber.

    It's going to be "Magical". :apple:

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  • faithfulFrank
    Sep 26, 09:04 AM
    Well, here in western NY,(USA) this would be bad news.
    You could drop a bomb on the cingular stores here and not hurt anyone. Here, Verizon is king. Everyone has Verizon, and they have Verizon here because of two things....they are the only one who has coverage, and because everyone is "in network", you call everyone else for free without using minutes.
    In my job, if I miss one phone call, it costs me $500 bucks. I cannot afford to lose a phone call, and a few years ago when I had Cingular, I lost a lot of calls.

    Don't get me wrong....I have no great love for Verizon, but the sad fact is that at least here, they are the only viable option. My friend was visiting the other day, and had "no service" at my house, less then one mile from our "city". He has T-mobile. (Only one I know who does) At work, the city manager made a great decision to get nextel for all of our rigs because he thought the walkie-talkie feature would be "cool".......they die going 15 miles from our "city". no one even uses them. They are dusty.

    It is too early to get worked up over this.....too little real info. If it works with verizon....great, i'll be the first to get one around here. If not, I love my nano, and have more then one pocket. Don't sweat the small stuff.

    Frank D.

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  • aprilfools
    Aug 31, 02:38 PM
    Apple is buying MicroSoft

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  • Silentwave
    Jul 17, 06:23 PM
    I'd bet it all that the iMac gets an Allendale with maybe a Conroe top-end option.

    That makes sense, it offers some product differentiation, and saves Apple a few pennies allowing them to offer a lower priced consumer desktop. Mac Pros will likely get at least one Woodcrest dualie model on the top end and perhaps a Conroe on the bottom but it is entirely possible that it will be Woodcrest across the board, to achieve economies of scale both in purchase power and motherboard engineering.

    I'd actually say they'd be more likely to go straight Conroe, TDP is the same, has speedstep so it throttles back, and the Conroe has a bigger L2 Cache- just like the Meroms that would be most likely for the iMac.

    Could someone answer me this, who actually understands the Core Microarchitecture. Is the Conroe extreme edition (2.93 GHz) a better high end gaming chip than a quad woodcrest setup, say at 2.66 GHz? I've heard more than a couple comments that the Conroe is better suited for gamers than a Woodcrest but this makes no sense to me. Again please, no fanboy speculators answering this, I'd really like to know the rationale using some expert technological analysis. What makes the conroe EE so expensive? At a higher cost than the 3.0 GHz Woodcrest, it must excel in some regard.

    Well, the main thing here is its a desktop chip not a server/workstation chip. Woodcrest is the same microarchitecture and all that. Just a 1333 FSB and slightly different clocks. The woodcrest's additional costs however would be a totally different MB/Chipset, and FB-DIMM RAM.

    I suppose it may depend on how the game is written to take advantage of the cores.

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  • Reverendrun
    May 3, 10:20 AM
    what about target display mode on the 21/24" models?

    I'm curious about this as well. Can you use the target display mode on the 21.5" model?

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  • zwida
    Sep 10, 08:17 AM
    It appears I will be living in a cardboard box under a bridge sooner than I expected. :) All these juicy new Apples will put me in the poor house!

    I fear there will be quite a few of us in the same boat.:)

    Hard for me to justify (to my wife) a new machine every six months, no matter how much more productive it will make me. I'll have to start working on my reasons...

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  • rychencop
    Jan 1, 06:08 PM
    i think it's pretty common knowledge that Apple devices will be targeted more by virus making idiots in the future as they become more popular. i also think a company like McAfee has an interests in creating a panic so they can sell more software.

    Apr 20, 10:12 AM
    I doubt the information is accurate.

    Update: The information is inaccurate.

    Mar 30, 11:33 AM
    Honestly the term "app" didn't even exist 5 years ago. And yeah, it's super generic.

    App has been used as short for application since the early 80s IIRC. It even has been in Dr. Peter Knittel's famous "how to translate Amiga software" correctly from English into German back then ("App(lication) = Programm").

    Mar 14, 11:12 PM
    Bull�hit. It asked your permission, you just clicked through without reading.

    Not so much Bull�hit I encountered this before and you have to opt out, not in. This is trickery. This is another method that McAfee gets their beastly code propagated, since their scare tactics don't always work.

    There are so many updates that we have to run all the time, that you can't blame the hapless user for occasionally letting a sly scheme like this slip by them. I wouldn't buy a condom from McAfee, much less their anti-virus software that in my opinion, is worse that the problem they attempt to protect you from.

    Apr 22, 05:01 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I could care less about cloud based streaming.... I'm far more interested in cloud sync'ing.

    Also just because Amazon requires users upload files doesn't mean they can't do deduplication across accounts similar to DropBox and others. It's still just a file storage service and I can see no reason they'd need licenses from industry.

    The problem is, without an Application like iTunes and a DRM, Amazon has no way to manage licensed materials. So if they want to do something similar to Apple, they really can't. Yes, what you upload is assumed to be yours, but music you buy from Amazon is not managed at the user level by Amazon. So unless they reconcile your purchase history, they don't know what's what, so it would be open season on the Amazon side and I think that's not what the Labels like.

    In this case, the Apple "closed system" has the advantage of knowing what's what and it seems like Apple is doing it right by getting the record companies on board with the concept before launching.

    Sep 15, 05:51 PM
    I hear that in Japan 6 to 7 megapixels is more common for the phones.