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  • wschutz
    Mar 30, 05:56 PM
    MacRumors is keeping up with this obvious error. I doubt Lion will be ready even by the WWDC. A summer release is what I predict.

    Thanks Captain Obvious... I think that is what Apple said at the very beginning ;)





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  • Benjy91
    Apr 25, 09:55 AM
    And remarkably inaccurate when I looked myself up. It has a bit of correct information on my parents. I'm actually surprised at how wrong they were since I have a fairly large internet footprint (of course, these guys probably don't have Google's database since they're just skimming).

    It's inaccurate because it doesn't track YOUR location, just the location of your nearest Cell Tower.





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  • klrobinson999
    Mar 27, 09:09 AM
    They won't release a new iPhone without a software version update for iOS. Perhaps 5.0 in the summer and 5.1 when the music event happens?





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  • nived
    Aug 11, 09:30 AM
    It would be cool for them to keep the yonah in the low-end MacBook. That way with the price drop they could get back to a $999 entry-level notebook.

    Merom definitely in the Black Macbook though, if this is true.

    Why would they keep a 32-bit processor in the macbook when they're pushing 64-bit with Lepoard?





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  • firestarter
    Apr 21, 09:24 PM
    CIA...

    That setup screams 'old, slow legacy stuff'.

    Why should a new iteration of the MacPro be a hostage to someone wanting a housing for 6 of their old, slow and small drives?

    Why support 3 or 4 eSATA and Firewire expansion PCIe cards when that can all be done over a single Thunderbolt cable?

    Sounds like your setup needs a bit of a spring clean. A newer, smaller box would force you to consolidate onto a smaller number of bigger and faster drives (those 150GB raptors are slow by today's standards).





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  • BlizzardBomb
    Jul 22, 03:10 PM
    I would really like to see Apple have a laptop cheaper than $1,100, and I think there would be a definite market for the, especially for teenagers looking into getting a Mac. I know that's unlikely, but...
    Anyways I hope that the MBPs get the processor update (and a new enclosure) very soon and I really hope the MBs and Mac Minis follow soon after.
    I don't get any reason for Apple not too, and I think with Intel it would be possible for Apple to get some cheaper computers out there. It would be nice, but seems unlikely.... *sighs*

    Agreed. A light, small, cheap Apple laptop targeted at students would be excellent, and an education iMac that's available to the public would be great too. Unlikely, but I'm with you on this one.

    In other news, I expect the iMac to stay with an X1600 series card (because Apple have historically used the mid-range cards: 9600, X600, X1600 and possibly the rumored X2600s next year) so maybe an X1600 Pro and/or an XT. I also think that they should update the MacBook Pros graphics card because its a Pro laptop with a mid-range card so a Mobility X1800 would be nice.





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  • adztaylor
    Apr 25, 11:49 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I don't get the big deal about it. If you want to be anonymous, get off fb, twitter, macrumors, etc. Then cancel all Internet plans you have and your cellular plan. Then no one will ever know where you are unless you tell them.

    Absolutely 100% in agreement.





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  • syaman
    Mar 29, 09:37 AM
    Oh well
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    For U.S. Customers Only

    It appears that you are attempting to use Amazon Cloud Player from outside the U.S. This service is intended for U.S. customers only.
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  • Don't panic
    May 6, 10:30 PM
    we don't enter otHer Rooms without exploting.
    we delegate the exploring.
    we had just explored that closet ("that's how we got the golden ... rooster)
    so it's safe to leave.
    now We are in another room. ucf join us by himself. then when it's our turn again FIRST ucf explores, THEN we move. the next round he moves, then we explore.
    at the end of the round we are one turn ahead.
    easy.





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  • stcanard
    Sep 10, 11:46 PM
    Yep, downloadable TV shows, movies for purchase or rent, iPhoto photobooks/prints/calendars/cards etc.

    Who gives a rat's? Not me because we can't use any of them.

    Heh, I knew exactly what you were talking about with the download issue speed, as soon as I saw Australia in your profile -- I used to work for a company that provided online content. We regularly did "low bandwidth" testing, because of a sizeable Australian user base.

    As a Canuck, I agree with the sentiment ... I still can't even get the "free" TV shows. New tech is neat, but why do I care as long as the RIAA monopoly only allows it to be distributed to a privlieged few?

    Unfortunate, because here in Vancouver I don't even know anybody who isn't on broadband. Canada is the perfect market for this, one of the most wired countries in the world, huge broadband penetration, so we can actually use the store, but, nooooo ... its just too scary to let people actually see the content.





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  • r0bert99
    Sep 15, 04:58 PM
    MacShrine? Who?

    What's their record?

    they're alright. they had exclusive pictures of mac os x 10.3 and 10.4 before wwdc, and got lots of iPod things right (like dropping the gold mini, size bumps...) as well as as Mac updates such as Xserves, iMacs and iBooks. the only real fiasco they've had was that whole ipod video thing in march, but to be fair everyone fell for that, even thinksecret and appleinsider, macshrine were just the first to publish them.

    i'm psyched about the updates, i want a magnetic latch!





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 15, 10:37 PM
    Santa Rosa isn't a chipset, it's the name of the platform.

    It consists of Merom (eventually Penryn?), Crestline (i965 express chipset) and Kedron (802.11n).

    Santa Rosa won't affect performance a great deal.

    The faster FSB will make a difference of maybe 3-5%. Maybe a little more in bandwidth-sensitive applications (say, some forms of decompression).

    Less than than the difference between Yonah and Merom.

    The other big differences are the new graphics core -- which the MBP won't use, the 802.11n - for which the spec hasn't yet been ratified, and is something easily added by changing/adding a wifi card, and the Robson flash caching technology, which is probably the biggest difference.

    Note that Crestline is currently specced at consuming ~50% more power than the i945 chipset in Napa. Robson, however, should reduce some of that.

    It's quite ironic that after years of Powerbooks getting new G4's with tiny clockspeed boosts, something like Merom is considered "bland"(?)Thank You For This Excellent Analysis Of Santa Rosa And What It Will And Won't Be ergle2. Best I've read anywhere here so far.





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  • ravenvii
    May 5, 08:38 PM
    CURRENT KNOWN MAP:
    http://web.me.com/ravenvii/map/known.png

    STATS:

    1. Rosius: Level 2, 2 HP, 2 AP
    2. Dante: Level 2, 2 HP, 2 AP
    3. Beatrice: Level 2, 2 HP, 2 AP
    4. Rhon: Level 2, 2 HP, 2 AP
    5. Wilmer: Level 1, 1 HP, 1 AP
    6. Loras: Level 2, 2 HP, 2 AP
    7. Jorah: Level 2, 2 HP, 2 AP

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    ROUND FOUR BEGINS NOW!





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  • Tilpots
    Apr 9, 09:12 PM
    Because to teach kids the correct way to do math, teachers make up examples in which some actual thinking is needed to solve the problem. Written the way you just put it, it does not teach pemdas, something this math problem is obviously supposed to do. Your math teacher obviously taught u wrong or you just forgot how to do math as my numerous facts supported by searches prove. I dont need to call anyone, I taught SAT review courses for over a decade and my wife is currently a math teacher. But please take my challenge. Go to your local school and ask any math teacher how to properly do pemdas if u still can't accept the fact that u are clearly, beyond any shadow of a doubt, wrong.

    BS. The only lesson to be learned here is that teachers devise lame pneumonic devices to confuse kids. If you're so damn smart, why wouldn't you properly write the correct equation with proper groupings in the first place?

    Look at the poll, the groups divided about 50/50. Great job you and your teaching pals did. So much for "perfectly noted." This example is a classic glass half full/empty exercise.

    Tastes great. (who's with me):p





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  • StyxMaker
    Apr 20, 01:39 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    Only in US. For the rest of the World (the northern part of it) summer starts on June 1st and ends on August 31st :)
    Really? So we just disregard the ACTUAL start and end times of seasons now? June 21 to Sept 21 is summer.

    The "actual start dates"? Season start and end dates have changed over time and cultures. The solstices used ro be Midsummer's Day and Midwinter's Day, not the start of Summer and the start of Winter.





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  • wacky4alanis
    Jan 12, 08:56 AM
    Little problem with my TT car kit. My iPhone no longer automatically pairs with the car kit when I plug it in. I use to be able to turn BT on and plug it in the TT kit and it would pair in a few seconds. Now I have to manually pair the two by going into the BT settings on the iPhone.

    Anyone else with this problem?

    Not yet... I get a little beep and they are paired within a few seconds.





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  • BRLawyer
    Nov 23, 03:54 PM
    Sounds like a virus in itself. A pointless piece of software which just hogs your RAM. Totally useless for Mac OS X.

    Absolutely true. Just for kicks I downloaded it and scanned ALL my HDs. Results?

    - for 2,500,000 files, it took at least 8 hours while slowing my Mac to a crawl for anything else - Dual-core CPU usage of 100% on average (out of 200%);

    - Of course it didn't find anything relevant for Macs; just 2 VERY old Windows worms that were apparently attached to a couple of archived Outlook messages received by my Windows PC at work - these files were just part of a dormant 2006 backup of my Windows work files stored on my Mac for more than 4 years.

    Following that waste of time, I simply clicked on Remove Sophos and got rid of it. Nice effort and free, but irrelevant nonetheless. Wake me up again when there is a real virus for OS X.





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  • Piggie
    Apr 23, 07:07 PM
    All very nice and I'm fully supportive of more high resolution graphics as soon as possible. It's a shame they don't believe in supporting the millions of Blu-ray discs being sold though, and trying to convince people that 720p iTunes content is good enough for TVs that are bigger than any of the displays they've ever sold, whilst planning for smaller but higher resolution screens that they must apparently believe makes a difference.

    I know, the old 720p is good enough marketing speak does make you laugh really.

    I have wondered, when they finally decide they can supply 1080p downloads from iTunes and they come up with a new marketing line to support this change, perhaps in another year or 3. Will they offer free downloads of the 1080p versions to those customers who have bought 720p versions of the films?

    Surely they won't expect people to pay a second time, as often they are paying as much for the iTunes version as the bluray physical disk 1080p version.





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  • nastebu
    Mar 29, 04:07 PM
    Sorry, there is no comparison. US agriculture does not have anywhere near the level of protectionism as Japanese agriculture. Nor does any US industry, with the exception of defense contractors.

    And what makes you think a small farmer is somehow superior to DelMonte?

    As for who subsidizes agriculture more, I'm unsure, but it's probably close. From the wikipedia article: "A Canadian report claimed that for every dollar U.S. farmers earn, 62 cents comes from some form of government, with total aid in 2009 from all levels of government adding up to $180.8 billion." What's the comparative level in Japan?

    The small farmer vs. delMonte is an interesting question. It's a question of values. DelMonte produces cheaper, lower quality food. Small farmers produce more expensive, generally higher quality food. So which you subsidize is a question of social policy.

    In Japan, there are lots of small farmers who have kept their farms, and a very strong bias to eat locally. This means that food is of better quality and supports local communities. In the US, massive supermarket chains have tended to dominate food retail, and since they rely on national distribution, food tends to be very processed and have an enormous carbon footprint. It also means lots of mcJobs instead of local businesses.

    I prefer the small farmer.





    ChipperVW
    Sep 11, 11:19 AM
    Hoping there's a new iPod worth buying. I just sold my 5G iPod and 4GB Nano last night!

    :D





    number9
    May 7, 10:36 AM
    I would welcome this. I enjoyed the features during the free trial period, but couldn't justify $99 per year for it. Since then they've added Back to My Mac, the Find my iPhone feature, and improved its reliability, so I would love to have access to it again, minus the cost. On top of what I pay for cellular service, another 9 bucks a month just seemed inconvenient.





    NoNothing
    Apr 6, 05:15 PM
    No matter what Apple does lately or how much they sell or how good the forecasts are for sales Apple Stock continues it quick downward slide. What the HELL!! I just do not understand it ... Specially while Google stock continues to climb at an incredible pace week, after week, after week.. :confused::confused::mad:

    Are you looking at the same AAPL and GOOG I have been? Really? Are you sure?

    You might be in Bazaro Universe? Look at the 1 week, 2 week, 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, 1 year and 2 year trends. AAPL is looking pretty sweet.





    toddybody
    Apr 5, 03:09 PM
    Yeah, I wouldn't be on these forums, I'd have a life, a job, and a smile.

    If only... :(

    Same here man , same here:(

    It could be worse though, we could be the "ex jock who wasnt good enough to play professionally so he got a business degree at a community college and works as a Best Buy Manager". I choose Geekdom...Always a silver lining my friend :)





    Akme
    Mar 30, 08:30 PM
    Can someone confirm if this preview can be installed on MBP 2011?
    Thanks

    Installed fine on mine.



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