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  • wangagat
    Jul 21, 03:24 PM
    something to remember about product update cycles:

    iSight iMac G5 came out in October '05, Intel iMac came out just 3 months later... in January '06.

    just thought I should remind everyone.

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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 25, 09:34 AM
    Jobs reportedly responded, turning the tables...


    Yep, them tables sure were turned because the CEO is in the trenches blessing every line of iOS code that goes into every product. Steve knows best. Rumor dispelled. Next item.

    Seriously... the audacity of Apple in this day and age is mind-boggling. Everything they do lately seems to be a PR nightmare just waiting to happen.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 16, 12:49 PM
    What's the possiblility of the new mbp being available in stores after the announcement? Is one usually required to order new products online or could I skip the wait by driving an hour to the nearest apple store?

    Apple doesn't always have the product available in stores as soon as it's announced, despite that they (Steve) often says "available now." Ordering online or waiting for the store might be about the same amount of time. I know my apple store still didn't have the new ipods when I was in there yesterday, but they did have the new nano's.

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  • beangibbs
    Apr 22, 12:01 AM
    I just don't wanna see the Mac Pro...key word here is "Pro"...iOS-ified.
    This isn't a consumer level device, it's not for buying it to show off the latest Apple toy.
    It is a workhorse, it is a behemoth, it is the king of kings when it comes to Mac desktops. Size-as long as it has power, i could care less how big it is/gets within reason. I want power, expansion capabilities, no SSD...especially no SSD...
    I don't mind solid state stuff in the iOS devices...I've even come around lately to liking solid state stuff to a certain degree more than in past months...but I don't want it exclusively in the Pro. If prices come down...which they will over I'd put two HDDs in and two SSDs in.
    Optical drives...I want them in the unit. But if they can make it write or read CDs just as fast outside of it...(I admit not being educated on the differences performance-wise between an internal and external optical drive) I'd be fine getting it separate.

    I'm very excited, in any case to see what's going to come of the (supposed) update...if nothing else to ogle some shiny new piece of hardware.

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  • ravenvii
    May 3, 10:37 AM
    I barely meet the minimum qualifications, so in deference go other more skilled players, make me the eighth person if sign-ups (and interest) appear to stall.

    Game sounds intriguing, very D&D-like.

    Nah, you played 3 games, so you're eligible. No question. You're in.

    Don't panic's Questions:

    - secret powers: other than not knowing who is what, do we know what the secret powers are and how they work?

    No, only the person who has the power know.

    - monsters/trap: do we know how many there are at the beginning? what is the range of their powers? why does the villain has two turns, isn't it the same as if he just gets 4 points in that double-turn? or does he get to move his minion. attack, heal, place new monsters/traps move monsters twice every round?

    Treasure: no. Villain: He has two turns/two points. What I was basically saying is that the villain most likely will think of his turns as points. Nothing more. Two turns = two points.

    For example: let's say a dragon costs 10 turns (or points). To be able to place the dragon on the map, the villain must forgo 10 turns. The fastest way to get the dragon is to skip both his turns for 5 rounds.

    - moving: move to door means open the door and get into the next passage/room? can monsters move and open doors once they are placed?

    Yes, No

    - are attacks automatic? when do they occur in the turn?

    Automatic - the heroes go into a room where the villain places the monster, the battle begins immediately.

    - can the villain/monster fall into the traps?

    Villain (a stupid one): yes, Monsters: No (since they don't move)

    - how/how fast does the villain move?

    Same way as the heroes. One turn per door.

    - the villain stats are 16/16 plus 2/2 for each hero alive or 16/16 minus 2/2 for each hero dead?

    The villain begins the game at level 16, with 16 HP and 16 AP. His stats does not change during the game.

    - does the villain knows where the treasures are?

    Yes, he has access to the same map the GMs does.

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  • nived
    Aug 11, 09:41 AM
    Yes but remember Leopard is not going to be only 64-bit, it will run 32-bit and 64-bit applications side by side.

    True, but 64-bit in a 32-bit envrionment is still going to run only at 32-bit or not at all. But mlrproducts is right, they do have a while.

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  • Gosh
    Nov 26, 05:32 PM
    I've always thought the tablet PC was cool tech in search of a practical application to take off in popularity.
    Using a tablet as remote for your iTV media center? check
    Using a tablet to wirelessly surf the web/email? check
    Using a tablet as portable music and video player? check

    With the right specs and price, Apple could pull this off.

    Using a tablet to wirelessly open the curtains? check!

    Seriously I'm visualising a home digital interface perhaps replacing the Mac mini in the range. With flash hard drive, rechargeable battery and with a 8" screen. A user might sync it with their main Mac or add a larger display, keyboard and mouse and use it alone.

    Answer the iPod phone with it and iChat whilst sat on the sofa watching iTV and playing with the the iCurtains - brilliant!

    We shouldn't underestimate what progress will be made on voice entry and touch screens - way beyond what we already know!

    Yes, I think this rumor has legs! It's 12" PB meets Mac mini meets past attempts at tablets meets all those who wanted more useable PDA!

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  • Eraserhead
    Apr 16, 01:23 AM
    And I don't expect that any Chinese business man pays close to what they should on paper. We have loopholes in the tax code. They have loopholes in general.

    Given you get the death penalty for tax evasion I would expect people would be pretty keen to pay their taxes.

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  • Dr. Scott
    Apr 5, 01:36 PM
    Apple is strict. This request is not unusual for them. Piss them off and you get excluded from having your apps on the worlds coolest gadgets... And no corporate sluts want that to happen.

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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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  • Sky Blue
    Sep 11, 09:44 AM
    If they add the "album only" feature to *All* Radiohead's songs, more bands will follow. Mostly for marketing reasons. There are lots of those crappy "Radiohead wannabes - ohhhhhh our songs should not be outside their album":mad:

    Now, I can't wait for tomorrow's event!

    I think Radiohead is a good beat for iTunes when their new album is out. They've just signed a new deal.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 7, 12:44 PM
    PS enjoy your ****** 600 dollar HP laptop

    Thanks for the class act.

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  • Ca1icoJack
    Apr 18, 04:28 PM
    The "look" of icons clearly can not be patented.

    Apple *have* patented the look of icons: and Samsung clearly infringes on them.

    (I'm not sure if a similar, US patent exists.)

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  • paul4339
    Apr 7, 03:55 PM
    Yes, the war just started and things are heating up. ...
    Maybe Microsoft will wedge their way in,...

    I absolutely expect MS to wedge their way in, they just have to come up with an adequate OS (it doesn't have to be the 'best' OS). They have tons of cash, distribution channels, developer communities, and 00's million of desktops install that they can leverage. Look at how much money they 'blew' on Bing, Zune, Xbox to gain a tiny foothold.


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  • D4F
    Apr 26, 02:24 PM
    As much as I want to see Apple sell phones, I also like to see healthy competition to keep away anti-trust issues. Apple is for people who like quality high-end stuff and Android is for Kmart shoppers ;)

    Considering you take a shot at economics and try look mature/pro/high-en, it's funny you have a forum signature with your apple gear and best app. Do you realize how retarded and insecure are you just for trying to look cool with a sig like that?

    And what's wrong with K-mart shoppers in the first place? ****ing racist.

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  • Multimedia
    Jul 23, 02:20 AM
    ...only if the Macbooks also get a price drop, because the Core Duo chips should get a price drop, if Intel even keeps making them.

    What everyone keeps forgetting in this discussion, however, is that the Core2 Duo chips will be considerably more energy efficient, reducing heat production and prolonging battery life. Considering that they will be introduced at the same price as the current Core Duo chips, why not use them in the Macbook, at the 2 GHz speed?

    Furthermore, transitioning all Macs to 64 bit chips as quickly as possible would also hasten the transition to a true 64 bit system, as developers would have more reason to develop for a 64 bit environment (assuming that OS X 10.5 is truly 64 bit).I'm with you MacInDoc. Intel is not going to keep selling Yonah for long before they stop making them. Anyone who does the least amount of research should see that Merom is a much better way to go for all the reasons you mention. If Apple is really trying to stay state-of-the-art, they will lose Yonah as soon as Intel's supply can keep up with Apple's production volume. On the MacBook front, this should be able to happen by October-November, I imagine.

    If Apple doesn't put Core 2 Duo in MacBooks @ 1.83 & 2GHz by November, the competition on the PC front is going to make Apple look like they are selling outdated products as if they are current. This will not fly among savy buyers and MacBook sales might falter - perhaps even tank without such a switch. :eek:

    Almost all mobile computers selling for more than $1k by November will be Core 2 Duo. So for the holiday shopping season, Apple has got to put them inside MacBooks by then.

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  • wovel
    Apr 18, 03:51 PM
    Samsung will simply pay a hefty amount to Apple and we will never hear anything about this again.

    Apple is doing an end-around to renegotiate terms with the manufacturing group.

    couldn't Samsung simply get back at Apple by NOT making Apple's stuff? I mean, come on.

    Yeah. The divisions are on separate, but there is a bottom line for the whole thing. That bottom line says Samsung makes a lot more money as an Apple supplier then as an Apple competitor..

    Samsung can easily do that. Pay Apple and then get their money back by raising the prices on RAM and flash memory (because their cost base grew as a result of patent litigation)

    They could, but that would be cutting off their nose to spite their face.

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  • Rad99004
    May 7, 08:10 PM
    I'd say if you own any Apple product the service should be free.

    I rarely ever use it and wish they added more features and data storage.

    I suspect this will also be the site of the Web based I-tunes of the future.

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  • Squire
    Nov 26, 04:43 PM
    The likelihood of an Apple tablet increases with time because the technology gets better. Here are some of my rumblings from some similar threads started in 2005.

    I think the tablet idea is plausible. Here's why:

    -Many people wouldn't think twice about buying a new iPod. One problem is everyone already has one. Another problem is that you can't do any "computing" with an iPod.

    Enter the tablet. It has a pod-ish name to keep people interested. It plays video, if that's your thing. It's cross-platform compatible (files and stuff) and the bundled software is amazing. Non-Mac users weren't afraid of buying an iPod. Non-Mac-using iPod owners will not be afraid to buy this. It will give them a little taste of what OS X is all about.

    I think Apple needs a product like this, especially with Palm's new LifeDrive out (a PDA with a 4GB hard drive).


    hmmm....maybe it's some sort of glorified remote control with a touch-screen interface to manage all your media via wi-fi and/or BT between yor mac, airport, stereo & tv?

    Some random thoughts:

    Good point. I seem to recall reports of Steve just grinning when asked about the problem of getting up and walking to your computer to change tracks (Walt Mossberg referring to the AirPort Express).

    The thought of a video iPod doubling as an AE remote, although initially interesting, seems a bit out of whack. I wouldn't want a remote control any larger (width-wise, anyway) than a normal iPod. And I wouldn't want an iPod video any smaller than the current iPod.

    Ever notice how Steve gives a reason for almost everything they do, especially if they were originally against doing it?
    * entering the mp3 market: The devices had a limited capacity and/or terrible UI.
    * iPod photo: Finally there was some content to display (while there was no content providers for portable video players) [Now, of course, there are music videos.]
    * Flash-based mp3 players: They have crappy little screens and cumbersome controls. Solution= ditch the screen and make simple controls.
    * Tablets: Who knows? They'll refine them or give us a good enough reason to want one. Same goes for video iPod, I guess.


    Apr 21, 02:56 PM
    wow! a redesign to the mac pro would be great :D

    Aug 2, 10:22 PM
    Nope. The entire line will be Core 2 Duo by Thanksgiving. MBP will get speed bump to 2.33GHz for further differentiation while MB will remain 2GHz. No logic to keep buying Core Duo processors for the same money as Core 2 or less than they bought Yonah to begin with. They are already making record profits. I doubt they will deliberately cripple mini, iMac and MB when everything is selling like hot cakes anyway. There are plenty of other ways each line differentiates from the other. To leave any line in Core Duo would be outright greedy and I dont' see Apple as having that personality trait.

    I fugure it's a 50-50 chance Steve tells the developers next week they can start thinking about 64-bit optimization due to the Core 2 shift that will be complete this year.
    Interesting. I see your point and quite frankly I agree, I do however believe that Apple will announce it because the chips are definately out and running, Apple wants to stay ABOVE cutting edge, so why wouldn't they announce the chips?

    Apr 9, 09:36 PM
    So if the parentheses are solved first why not just put them in front? Why go through all the semantics? Do scientists purposely make it this hard when solving equations?

    Apr 5, 08:51 PM
    Sarcasm online is fun. But you do realize this is correct for software or other media, and not true for hardware. Right?

    You own the piece of hardware, but you only have a license that gives you the right to use the software that is required to operate the hardware.

    The catch, is unlike computers - the hardware in many new devices (phones, routers, TVs, etc), is highly proprietary and the manufacturers of the chips refuse to release any white papers/information sheets on how to program for the chip.

    In other words, you couldn't port Linux to the iPhone if you wanted to. Apple could pull a page out of Motorola's book and make a chip that bricks itself in the face of unsigned, 3rd party hardware.

    Look at the depths Sony is going to in order to keep people from Linux on the PS3 now.

    In a sense, you really DON'T own the hardware in these situations. Frankly, I'm surprised Apple even bothers to sell iPhones, they should just put them out on 2 year leases and then claim the phone back at the end.

    Aug 7, 03:50 PM
    friggin canada store isn't up yet. I want to know the canadian damn prices!!

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