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  • Machead III
    Sep 11, 06:47 AM
    Jeez, why do people think Apple will make the movie store/movie management part of iTunes? That would be the worst decision ever, the two mediums and two markets are so vastly different they need two seperate apps!

    If Apple can just release an iTunes-like app combining Delicious Library style management with playback and the movie store, they've got a winner.

    Bungle it in with the music store like they do with TV shows and keep the horrific video management in iTunes to manage them and a lot of people will be sick of it before long.





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  • hildey
    Apr 23, 05:15 PM
    a retina display on the 13" MBP would be the one thing that would get me to upgrade almost immediately.





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  • hewsthat
    Aug 11, 02:21 PM
    The iMac was the first to go to intel.


    I'm holding off for the new MBP because from what I've seen, the current ones still have issues. It was Apple's first Mac to go to Intel, and although they've made some changes, it's still "first generation". I'm hoping the next revision will have more than just a processor upgrade.



    Correction, your both wrong...they both went intel at the same time, January 12, 2006





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  • Tonsko
    Nov 4, 07:25 AM
    I'm looking at this. But then I'm not sure.

    [thread marker]





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  • Prom1
    Mar 30, 10:23 PM
    Can't say I've been excited by new OSes since Panther/Tiger. Yay it's more iOS-like and we get an app store.

    *yawn*

    I gotta agree. Something about going with IOS as a touchy-feely just doesn't rub me right. There are improvements that I really welcome - but I don't think using an Mac App Store for application deployment is required. The Restore feature is just Time Machine augmented in my narrow mind.


    So what part of 'iOS' fluff do Versions, Air Drop, Mission Control, Auto Save and Lion Server fit under?

    'Useful' UI improvements? So what would you consider useful? Personally full screen apps, a native application launcher that can be organized, and resume are all useful to me. Get out of the mindset that just because it originated from iOS means that it won't be useful.

    I'd like for you to explain how iOS implementations as a UI are actually useful to the desktop OS?
    - Keep in mind that drawing characters on the Trackpad is already in Snow Leopard; Auto Save/Restore like I said is just Time Machine in a different direction, Mission Control is a Task Manager for Expose (I feel its the WRONG direction really; this is not a classic smartphone), and Lion Server seems to be more a "home server" with features stripped or missing.

    Many things are STILL not known and until we all try them out in full production use means we ALL have a mindset that is not up to par of what Apple believes can benefit us all.

    Either way we have another 10 more years with OS X; or the technologies it offers - Steve Jobs OS X Introduction.





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  • tim916
    Apr 25, 10:22 AM
    I still don't get why people are so concerned about this? Does anybody really care where other people are going? I guess if you are afraid of your wife finding it and discovering that you are hanging out at truck stops trading meth for certain favors then it could be an issue, but my wife already knows about this. In fact, she even comes along sometimes to take pictures.





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  • tedson
    Mar 29, 02:20 PM
    I was looking at Cloud Drive to see if it could be a Dropbox replacement or competition. It comes ups short by most counts. There is no native Mac OS X application to automatically sync data back and forth. Amazon forces you to upload files using Flash. I don't have Flash installed in Safari, my main browser (I rely on Chrome for the few occasions when there is Flash content i want to view) I guess the only iPhone or iPad integration is via Mobile Safari which means no Flash support. Hopefully, Amazon will expose a developer API to use so third parties can write apps to allow better iOS and Mac OS X support. Until then, no thanks.

    Has anyone else tried uploading your iTunes library? Unless I'm doing something wrong there is no easy way to do so. The Flash uploader won't let me upload folders of mp3 or aac files. I have my iTunes library organized by Artist then Album. I have to manually recreate the folder hierarchy then upload the files in that directory separately. Truly a pain in the ass.





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 16, 05:03 AM
    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).What about the inclusion/release of Blu-Ray Drives?Why would they put Blu-Ray drives in? And where would they get them from? Sony just moved the release of PS3 in Europe to March '07 duo to lack of sufficient Blu Ray readers.Since Fry's is already selling Sony ATAPI Blu-ray burners for $750, why doesn't Apple see the selling opportunity as an offering on the Mac Pro BTO page? They dont even offer a $120 Plextor SATA DVD Burner on that page yet. Seems like they are being extremely conservative about adopting the next generation of Para-Superdrives. It's a conundrum to me. :confused: :eek:

    For whatever reason, Apple seems to not want to endorse Blu-ray nor HD-DVD yet by not offering either one. Guess they're not sure themselves which they think will be best for us in the long run or which one will win in the marketplace? I am confused about what's going on on this front. :confused:





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  • ciTiger
    May 4, 02:51 PM
    Another stone in the OD's grave...
    I would prefer USB sticks...





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  • Regul8tR
    Nov 29, 10:53 PM
    @marvel2:
    BLT told me that they are waiting to receive the shipment to fill the current orders. (ETA 12/2/09)
    After that, they will post the kit back on the site.





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  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 04:27 AM
    I wonder if removing the optical drive would provide the room needed for proper ventilation of a dual-CPU laptop... Dual-CPU MBP anyone?

    Not possible with current laptop architecture. The only x86 CPUs AFAIK that are capable of multi-socket systems are Opterons and Xeons.





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  • Peace
    Sep 11, 01:37 PM
    Why couldn't apple mail a movie to you via USPS? Pop it into your <insert favorite Mac flavor> and have it automaticly import into iTunes library. There is no way I would download a 2g file to watch a movie. 2g is way too big to download. Compare that to music, 5mb on the high end. 2g is 400 times the size. I don't see downloading as a viable option, atleast not at the resolution that makes it competitive with DVD.

    PS I think downloadable movies sounds great, but I don't think it is practicle.

    Apple wouldn't do that because NetFlix already does.





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  • Stella
    Nov 23, 10:49 AM
    Did the cat also happen to take any photos of unreleased products in elevators?


    Wow. How did you guess? :p

    The pictures were taken using the camera on the actual Apple device.





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  • spazzcat
    Mar 29, 09:38 AM
    overall figures at http://androidandme.com/2011/03/devices/android%E2%80%99s-market-share-depicted-with-a-whole-lot-of-colors/




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  • cav23j
    Mar 26, 11:24 PM
    I truly believe who EVER said there will be a 3rd iPad in the fall actually pulled it out of their a**.... like kids, just can't wait and be patient. Now that person has got everyone thinking their will be an iPad 3 in the fall

    two credible sources

    http://www.macrumors.com/2011/02/09/ipad-3-to-arrive-this-september/





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  • mrzippy
    May 7, 12:27 PM
    I joined Mobile Me (.Mac) in 2003 and haven't looked back.

    What I like:
    1. Amazing SPAM filtering (less than 25 SPAM emails since 2003)
    2. Keychain sync between my 3 Macs
    3. Calendar sync between my iPhone / Mac
    4. Bookmark sync between my iPhone / Mac
    5. Preferences sync between my 3 Macs
    6. Secure iChats
    7. Disposable email aliases
    8. Find my iPhone / Remote wipe (could be very handy)

    What I don't like:
    1. iDisk whenever I have used is painfully slow and unreliable
    2. iPhoto album publish is slow and unreliable
    3. Price

    Just my opinion and I intend to pay again this year if it's not free, if it is free I hope they maintain the good points and improve the bad points.





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  • Piggie
    Apr 23, 04:52 PM
    What is the point in this?

    For a phone and an iPad which has fixed resolution graphics, yes fine, but on a computer desktop which just scales to whatever resolution you have?

    I don't get it?

    Sure, yes, increase the resolution, but why not increase it to an industry standard instead?

    We have 1920x1080 for many widescreen monitors these days.

    We also have 1920x1200 for a bit more height.

    In the future we will be moving to 4K resolutions for video & computer graphics.

    4K http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4K_resolution


    Then one day we can dream about 8K ;)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8K_Video_Format





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  • Hastings101
    Apr 26, 04:27 PM
    "...in total penetration"

    THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID.

    yeah I signed up for an account just to post this.

    I'm glad you did, we have too many serious people here that refuse to post anything funny :(





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  • Grimace
    Apr 21, 09:05 PM
    Guys, no one said that Apple was considering making the Mac Pro into a formal rackmount server -- you can already do that on your own.

    The only thing that was said was that the case may be smaller, and that because it might be less than 19" across, you could toss it in a rack.

    Nothing was said about rack ears, a 1U, 3U or 6U chassis, just that the case would be smaller. 3rd party companies could do whatever they want to make it rack-compatible from there.





    Daveoc64
    May 4, 02:49 PM
    How so?

    The current method is "the OS DVD you buy can be used anywhere, as often as you like, forever."

    How could it be worse than that?

    The licence is only for one computer.

    If you want to install it on a different machine you must uninstall the original copy first.

    The Mac App Store says:

    "You can install apps on every Mac you use and even download them again."

    That implies that if I go on a friend's computer for 5 minutes once a year I could install Lion on it for no charge.





    Zombie Acorn
    May 7, 01:40 AM
    So, ask for 'half a kilo'. Problem solved. :)

    Sounds like a drug order to me.





    JAT
    Apr 25, 11:24 AM
    Well, I think it's great - I have just been able to track business mileage accurately, even when I have lost the exact date and route - I also can retrace my steps from that holiday 8 months ago where I went to a really nice place and forgot the name of it.

    Neither of those uses is supported by the information in question.





    dukebound85
    Apr 10, 12:52 PM
    In regards to calculators and OSX spotlight
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calculator_input_methods
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_operations


    With the immediate execution mode of operation each binary operation is executed as soon as the next operator is pressed, therefore the order of operations in a mathematical expression is not taken into account. Scientific calculators have buttons for brackets and these calculators can take order of operation in to account


    Different calculators follow different orders of operations. Most non-scientific calculators without a stack work left to right without any priority given to different operators

    while more sophisticated calculators will use a more standard priority


    Who said that this an equation? What is the variable that is unknown?

    2 is still winning!

    Well it is an equation as it is the same as as saying x=48/2(9+3)





    xraydoc
    May 6, 12:22 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_8 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E401 Safari/6533.18.5)

    And go through the whole ARM-native app vs. Rosetta mk. II emulation thing again, with transitional machines that never live up to their full potential? Unless ARM can compete with the resources of Intel and their 3D 22nm chip fab technologies, I think it'll be a rough transition giving us several years worth of under-performing Mac hardware.

    Can't see using an ARM processor for Final Cut Pro by 2014.



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