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  • Daveoc64
    May 4, 02:57 PM
    Obviously Lion will not follow App Store conventions seeing as it isn't an app.

    Why put it in the App Store if it isn't an App?





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  • 42streetsdown
    May 6, 01:48 AM
    This seems unlikely. The PPC to Intel switch was a result of Apple not being impressed by both IBM and Motorola's lack of interest in continuing the advances in the PowerPC architecture. Intel's current architecture and future planned architectures are still of great interest to apple and consumers. There isn't enough motivation (unless some huge new breakthrough in ARM tech is in the works.)
    The PPC-Intel transition was confusing for many consumers and a pain for developers. I don't think Apple is likely to put us through it again.





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  • Tomtomnovice
    Jan 23, 12:06 PM
    I am new to this forum, and a true novice with tomtom and car kits. I just downloaded the application onto my iPhone, and then setup the car kit. It works fine. What I have is probably what sounds like the dumbest of questions:

    What is the car kit's resistance to cold temperatures? I live in Cleveland, OH and if I live the mount in the car for a whole day during winter, will the chips or anything be damaged?

    Do you advice dismounting the kit every time I park for a few hours, and/or for the night? My garage is not heated.

    Thanks!





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 10, 11:24 PM
    I expect all of the above. Why not? Apple's on a roll now. Keep the steamroller rolling. :)

    Plus the Mid-Tower Conroe Mac I think.





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  • mrgstiffler
    Mar 30, 05:53 PM
    So I guess that Gold Master rumor was wrong.

    Everyone who used the first developer preview knew that rumor was flat wrong.





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  • JAT
    Apr 5, 01:19 PM
    Jail break is legal for personal use. Corporate use of jail break may be another thing altogether.
    Why?

    Where's the Lexus theme? I don't want a Scion theme.





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  • valkraider
    Apr 26, 03:02 PM
    Except that each and every single person who has purchased an Android phone could have purchased an iPhone instead. The fact there is one Android phone or ten Android phones is irrelevant. Every one of those people could have chose to buy an iPhone. They didn't.

    Only true in the sense that every Honda Fit owner could have chose to buy an Audi R8 but didn't.

    Not every Android device is purchased. My brother has one only because IT WAS FREE (and he has no clue how to use even 10% of the functions). He has never once purchased an app.





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  • CaoCao
    Apr 24, 02:43 AM
    I hope this arrives with the Mac Pros and enough GPU power to drive it (Crossfired 6990s anyone?)





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  • iphone3gs16gb
    Mar 26, 09:34 PM
    Don't listen to this crap...





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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 23, 09:41 PM
    I will be honest and truthful and say for a mobile device on batteries, I'm very impressed as what the iPhone and iPad can do gaming wise.

    However I will also state, and I think we all should be honest, that at the moment, Apple are bringing the games DOWN to what their hardware can do, as opposed to making Hardware so great that gaming is being pushed UP to take advantage of Apples industry leading performance.

    In your first paragraph you talk about Apple's mobile products, which is where Apple will be putting most of their effort in the foreseeable future. To have successful portable products, having a long time between charges is highly important. The old brute force methods of throwing power and RAM at the gaming performance problem can not be part of the design mindset. Game designers know this and are becoming much better at coding for portable games, but they are not quite there yet. Meanwhile Apple is working to find ways to build in performance and not increase power draw.

    THIS is the future as Apple sees it, and their acceptance in the broad general market shows that they are on the right track.

    When Apple release GTX580 beating desktops, and/or Xbox360 / PS3 beating gaming devices, I will happily bow down to them being the greatest in graphics.

    NOW you have switched to talking about desktop and console gaming computers. THIS is a whole different area. First off, it's a tiny segment of the whole computer market. It's big, but not nearly as huge as what Apple is aiming for with their products.

    In a nutshell, Apple's strategy is to capture the mobile device market as completely as they can. They are being highly successful at that strategy from iPods to iPhones, to iPads, to Laptops.

    Meanwhile they are growing rapidly in the iMac desktop and tower market due primarily to the halo effect of their success in the portable arena. They are doing this even while the desktop and tower markets are shrinking overall. Can you see why Apple will not be putting a lot of effort into this segment?

    But right now, they are trailing by miles due to years of neglect as they just did not have products that could compete, and their one semi attempt at a console got nowhere.

    Note: I would LOVE LOVE LOVE Apple to turn this around.

    You are right. Apple did not have products that could compete in the desktop and console markets. This was primarily due to game developers not interested in writing games for Intel chips and PowerPC chips. Since the installed base for Intel-based computers was more then a order-of-magnitude larger than the installed base of Macs. Apple was never going to enjoy being a suitable gaming platform until they switched to Intel CPUs.

    Once Apple made the switch, they have come a long way towards being an acceptable gaming computer, but they have no desire or plans to go after the high end of this market... it's just not that profitable or large. Remember AlienWare? They had the best gaming computer, IMO, and they had to sell themselves to another company to stay alive.

    As for the console market, it's crowded with established competitors and will likely see one squeezed out. Not the kind of market that Apple or anyone else should want to jump into.

    They need to ditch the "Laptops on a Stand" design of the iMac for starters, but I feel they never will as they have decided they won't compete and they cannot compete in this sector of the market.

    I addressed this above. As for the "Laptops on a Stand" design, it's such a bad design that the largest computer company, HP, as well as others, have copied it.

    Console wise, I'm not sure they could compete against a 360 or a PS3. Let's say Apple against a PS4 or a Xbox720
    Nope, can't see that happening either.

    I address this above. Apple doesn't want to be in this arena. It's small and the competition is deadly.

    The low power/trimmed down, casual gamers games, seems to be the only area they are going for.

    Once more you are correct. There are many many times more gamers that want a short diversion while they have a few minutes away from home, then those who want to spend thousands on an immersive game experience that requires a larger block of time. "Portability with games optional" trumps "wired to the wall and game-focused" all the way to the bank.

    But Again, I would LOVE Apple to turn this around and take high end graphics seriously in their future products.

    The high-end gamer is not on Apple's radar at the moment and likely never will be unless a way is found to address hi-end graphics on a portable device without impacting battery life.

    I know you'd like Apple to chase this rainbow, but they won't, there's no pot of gold at the end.





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  • iliketyla
    Mar 29, 03:29 PM
    That has nothing to due with quality. It's due to low manufacturing costs.

    And in many cases making software or services requires more brainpower and sophistication than making a physical product. Japan has yet to produce a world-class software company outside of video games.

    So this "American products are low quality" argument just doesn't hold water any way you look at it.

    What I'd like to see are some concrete examples of poor quality products that were made in America. I hear a lot of people stating that we make subpar products, but I haven't heard any examples.

    I'm not defending either position, just want someone to present some evidence.

    I don't think the Chrysler argument will hold up anymore seeing as how most automobiles have a foreign influence on them, so let's stray from automobiles on this one.





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  • Mac'nCheese
    May 6, 05:44 PM
    We do? Not the impression I get.

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 5, 12:58 PM
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  • bobr1952
    Apr 26, 04:39 PM
    I just don't really see how anyone should be surprised. It should be totally obvious to anyone who watches the smart phone market that Android would easily surpass IOS--they are indeed everywhere and I'm sure when it comes time to get a new phone--those with no preconceived ideas on what they want will walk out of the store with some kind of Android. Most who go in looking for an iPhone will probably leave with one. As long as Apple--and their shareholders are happy, I don't think it really matters.





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  • gnasher729
    Aug 11, 10:49 AM
    Merom and Yonah are replacements for Pentium-M. While Conroe is the replacement for the Pentium D.

    That is just marketing. In reality, Merom, Conroe and Woodcrest are all based on exactly the same archicture, with Merom optimised for low power consumption and Conroe optimised for clock speed.





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  • ProfessorApple
    Apr 5, 07:39 PM
    I wonder why Apple gives a hoot? This couldn't be hurting them could it?:confused:





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  • fupresti
    Apr 26, 04:13 PM
    iOS isn't losing market you morons, the market is simply expanding and Android is better positioned in their product lineup to attract a wider variety of consumer. You can buy Android phones on all four major carriers and also with companies like Boost and Cricket. We are not slicing up the same size pie, the pie is getting bigger.

    I agree Apple needs to revamp iOS, but this survey doesn't indicate Apple is failing, it simply shows that more and more people are moving from feature phones to smart phones.

    Quit with the fan boy tirades.





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  • Omniblast
    Apr 7, 09:50 AM
    I have an invite to a launch party for the Playbook. I just chuckled.

    You should bring your iPad.





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  • treblah
    Aug 3, 12:54 PM
    but to see Multimedia & Teblah goto war after the keynote finishes?

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    Erendiox
    May 7, 10:26 AM
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    Eidorian
    Aug 7, 02:44 PM
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    Merkie
    Mar 27, 07:30 AM
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    toughboy
    Nov 26, 04:46 PM
    Well whatever Apple puts inside that 'tablet' thing, I want it to be named as 'Newton'.. That is the name the product deserves, something with respect to Apple's own history..

    We should be done with the cheap code-names like iTV and etc.. Newton is 'Apple-ish' enough...

    For the spec side, all I want is a machine running a croped version of Mac OSX that can be used as a GSM cellphone and can surf internet via WiFi.. We already got iPod for music, so we dont need tens of gigabytes of storage.. 4-8gb is fair enough for a device like this..





    Jape
    Dec 5, 11:41 AM
    Magellan is doing something good, they are providing a 20 dollar voucher towards their carkit if the app is bought between 12/4 and 12/8 I believe. Such great marketing. I won the thanksgiving day contest so I may just use that voucher if the tomtom car kit does not ship before Jan 5



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