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  • milo
    Jul 14, 03:21 PM
    Except Conroes don't support dual processor configuration. Woodcrest does, hence the reason it will be in the Pro line machines while Conroe is put into new iMacs.

    So why use woodcrest WITHOUT dual processor configuration? Makes no sense, any single proc models should be conroe.

    - copying DVDs - you can't legally copy 99% of DVDs anyway, if there was no need for twin CD drives, why would there suddenly be for DVDs?
    - burning two at once - few people need this, and it's a great sales opportunity for a Firewire external burner anyway. Hell, why stop at TWO?
    - Blu-ray - not unless they're really screwed up BR and drives with BR will be incompatible with existing media or something.

    Against this, you have the confusion generated by a Mac with two optical drives. I have a Mac with two optical drives (an in-built combo drive, and a FW DVD burner), and it's not terribly elegant. It's fine when reading disks (obviously), but writing them generates some confusion. How sure am I that I'm burning to the right drive? I'm not saying you can't do it, I'm just saying this would be unbelievably un-Mac like. It'd be like the next version of iTunes coming with a menu at the top of its window.


    Macs have ALREADY had two optical bays (including twin CD drives). And none of these configs include two drives, you'd only have a second one if you wanted it.

    Copying DVD's, nowadays people are backing up their own materials. Most dvd copying would be making backups of your own discs. Burning multiple discs would be a great option as well. And bluray drives will be INCREDIBLY expensive when these machines ship, not to mention who knows how well they will burn cd's and dvd's (assuming that all bluray drives will be burners, none of them readers only). Many people will want to wait and add a bluray or hd-dvd later, especially since nobody knows which will be the winning format.





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  • RichP
    Sep 13, 09:33 AM
    After that, what will be the next method of radically increasing computing throughput?

    Personally, I still see data transfer, namely from storage media, as a huge bottleneck in performance. Unless you are doing something really CPU intensive (vid editing, rendering, others) Most of the average "wait-time" is the damn hard drive.





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  • emptyCup
    Aug 5, 06:35 PM
    Xserve Pro (uuuuggghhh!!!... must. remain. Xserve)

    There will be no Xserve Pro until there is an Xserve Non-Pro. Many people would love to see an xserve mini (http://www.roughlydrafted.com/RD/Home/3FE506E2-FD6D-4FC6-BC9C-055F27279DF4.html), but at present there is no need to change the name.





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  • THX1139
    Jul 23, 05:03 PM
    ..$999 - Dual 2 GHz One Conroe
    $1399 - Dual 2.3 GHz One Conroe
    $1699 - Dual 2.6 GHz One Conroe
    $1999 - Quad 2.3 GHz Two Woodies later One Kentsfield


    This is all just a wild guestimate for discussion purposes. Please don't flame me.


    At those prices, sign me up for a Quad 2.3!!!! I'll buy that along with a newly designed 23" ACD for $699. :D





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  • sysiphus
    Mar 21, 12:37 PM
    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)





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  • Marx55
    Jul 14, 04:33 PM
    Dual optical drive is fantastic. Actually, even cheap PC-Windows boxes have had them for ages as a standard feature in basically of models.

    On the other hand, a quiet Mac would be great. If possible, with no fans. Quiet. As the cube was.





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  • TennisandMusic
    Apr 10, 12:20 AM
    Interesting news, but the bit about booting competitors is downright disgusting.





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  • marksman
    Mar 23, 03:33 AM
    Is MacRumors branching out to coverage of all tablets and media players now? I can't speak for everyone who visits the site but I come here to read about Apple products, not the competition's knock-offs.

    To be fair, every smartphone on the market is an iPhone clone and every tablet an iPad clone, so it is all related to Apple in that way.





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  • 11thIndian
    Apr 6, 07:38 AM
    The functions inside FCP do not need the OS support. Apple can install private frameworks, and they do it already, for their own applications. So i think they will support SL.

    AV Foundation brings back QT7-features to QTX. Apple uses AV Foundation in the new QTX-player of Lion.

    And AV Foundation is what allows iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad, with their significantly slower processors and reduced RAM, to view and edit h264 media.

    AV Foundation sidesteps ALL the problems of QTKit. It's a fresh start.

    Here's a great article from Philip Hodgett's site:

    http://www.philiphodgetts.com/2011/02/a-new-64-bit-final-cut-pro/





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  • jholzner
    Jul 27, 11:28 AM
    I read the link, and it give no mention of the speeds of the notebook chips. It only gives a range for the desktop chips. Maybe you didn't read it.

    When did Apple have pentium-era chips in their machines?

    They didn't. Where is this Mhz myth you are talking about? They are downplaying the use of Mhz was the point I was making.





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  • hulugu
    Mar 22, 01:02 AM
    This makes me want to go have lunch at the Cafe My Lai.

    Oh wow, I didn't catch that until now.





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  • obeygiant
    Apr 27, 09:51 AM
    I was once proud of the Trump Tower here in Chicago. Now I'd like to see it burned to the ground.

    What are you, a terrorist? lol





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  • citizenzen
    Mar 22, 07:08 PM
    Whether it turns out to be justified depends on subsequent events.

    Sounds dangerously like, "the ends justify the means."





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  • Willis
    Jul 28, 04:27 PM
    Okay, I did some tinkering myself, just for kicks, and here's what I came up with. I thought that we were talking about a computer that was somewhere between a Mac Mini and a Mac Pro (Power Mac), so I thought, maybe the style should be a combination of the two. Let me know what you think.

    It's not a Mac Plus... It's a Mac++!

    http://www.ghwphoto.com/Mac++1.PNGhttp://www.ghwphoto.com/Mac++2.PNG

    can you say "G4 Cube"?





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  • technicolor
    Sep 19, 10:35 PM
    Why should it bother you that new processors come out?
    why shouldnt it?





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  • ctachme
    Sep 18, 11:07 PM
    All I have to say is:
    "what the hell is taking them so frigging long?"





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  • generik
    Sep 19, 02:45 AM
    Check out the surveys of tens of thousands of computer users at Consumer Reports. Apple's laptop reliability is within 1% of the best in the industry, and in the desktop department, Apple is by far the most reliable; some PCs are nearly twice as likely to need repairs as Macs. Rumor sites are hardly the best place to look for computer reliability data...

    Ok... I suppose you like to put that much stock into Consumer Reports published by unbiased organisations! Now please excuse me, I need to place my order for some Snake Oil to take advantage of this "Buy 1 get 1 free" promotion on TV :rolleyes:

    I don't really believe in all those reports, to date I have owned countless PCs (actually a lot of Thinkpads) and never once have I gotten a DOA, but yet there was actually one champion who got 5 DOAs in a row. Sure it can be argued that forums are hardly the best place to draw your sample, but how can it possibly be SO bad?! When I hardly ever got a single bad PC?

    Edit: Oh and by the way, I have dealt with Applecare twice at various times for the last 4 Macs I owned (1 PBG4, 2 Minis, 1 Macbook), I have to say I am not WOWed by Apple's service at all. Likewise if you ask around here you will find that Dell actually gives pretty no quibble service. Perhaps they know what they are selling is crap and hence are not surprised when it goes bad.. who knows... but I'd rather deal with a humble organisation than a "Think different" know-it-all turd.





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  • nicroma
    Apr 27, 08:38 AM
    Since I'm neither a criminal nor paranoid, I thought it was kind of cool/interesting too.

    For myself, it was interesting to find that there were many locations that were WAY off. A good majority were up to 100 miles off, just as Apple has said. None of the locations mapped would let anyone pinpoint where my house or work actually are because they were so inaccurate.





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  • Adamb18c5
    Jun 9, 10:25 PM
    I tried to send you a pm, I'm not really sure why I couldn't.

    I tried to PM you too couldn't get it to work either. You can email me at adamb18c5@gmail





    Platform
    Sep 13, 07:25 AM
    WOW...I have one core....now 8 cores...:eek:





    simontarr
    Sep 15, 07:46 AM
    I think all this quad and oct core stuff is fantastic (it would be even more fantastic if I have the money to get such gear...)

    But at the moment it's the HDD that slows everything down. Your RAM may be able to send 4GB/s of data to the processor to deal with, but the HD can't write the said executed data at even a 10th of the speed.

    I remember reading a BBC news article the other month about mRAM (or magnetic RAM) which has the same write speeds as RAM, but without its volatility. It doesn't loose it's data when the power is off. Ideal for fast HDDs they say.

    On an unrelated note, wouldnt it been cool to effectivly install a whole OS on RAM. That would be noticably quicker....





    Daremo
    Apr 19, 01:30 PM
    Some advice to those who make these images about "LOL'ing at Apple"... Try proof reading so we don't LOL at you.





    saving107
    Apr 6, 01:55 PM
    I purchased a Xoom over the weekend it's a great device, a little heavy, but very awesome for its first pass. I used to own an iPad 1, gave it away, didn't want an iPad 2. Why do I need two devices of the same OS where the UI was designed for the iPhone (smaller device) to begin with?







    cmaier
    Apr 19, 10:39 PM
    I totally forgot about that! What a joke. Apple has become the king of hypocrites. And they copied the Apple logo from the Beatle's Apple Records.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Apple-Woolworths-logo-lawsuit,8784.html

    http://gizmodo.com/#!5374027/deja-vu-apple-sues-someone-because-their-logo-looks-like-fruit

    http://www.theage.com.au/business/apple-bites-over-woolworths-logo-20091005-ghzr.html

    Even if that were true, so what? Apple Records was not a competitor of Apple Computer. Trademark law allows multiple companies to have the same trademark so long as they don't sell the same type of products in the same location. This is why you can have a 100 companies like "AAA Locksmith, AAA Laundry," etc. Or you can have "Hollywood Video" in Michigan being totally different than "Hollywood Video" everywhere else [interesting story that. I may have the state wrong. Federal registration grants national scope, but pre-existing competition is a problem]

    Only truly "famous" marks (e.g. Coke, McDonalds, etc.) which can be "diluted" by use with other types of products are protected against this sort of thing.