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  • ccroo
    Sep 11, 12:21 AM
    If there is no new case design (maybe SR will bring one) it might be easy for Apple to just slip Merom's into the MBP line beneath the iPod/streaming/video fanfare. Without a new look, how big a deal is a 10% speedbump and 64 bit chips that IMACS for Chrissakes have already had for a week?

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  • bikertwin
    Sep 11, 03:25 PM
    That being said, DVD quality downloads now (or in the near future) are a distinct possibility. Again, bandwidth is a mofo. How do you offer so much content, with such large file-sizes, to millions of customers simultaneously, while also maintaining bandwidth for music downloads.

    Will there be a download queue, so we have to wait in line to download content?

    What if you get a $2 discount on the movie if you allowed Apple to point up to 10 customers to your machine to download that movie, bittorrent-style? (Obviously this would be secure Apple technology, not bittorrent per se.)

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  • 3GEE
    Nov 21, 07:51 PM
    Has anyone been able to find this kit in Canada yet, I very much want to get one? The Apple Canada website says not yet available. I called the local Apple Store today and they told me that they don't carry it, but the Apple guy did say that they wouldn't be told about it until the day it becomes available.

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  • KindredMAC
    Aug 7, 04:58 PM
    Mac Pro:
    Not bad. Not bad at all. A couple gripes if you'll bear me the minute...
    #1- Everything is BTO.

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  • nuckinfutz
    May 7, 11:26 AM
    It should be free. Further lock people into this ecosystem. Besides, the future is in the cloud...

    You've said the magic words Friscohoya. "Lock". Unlike Google's web initiative, Apple making MobileMe free can only benefit iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad apps and the Mac community.

    I still think there should be a paid version for heavy duty users that want a better performing iDisk and more cloud features. But the masses would be happy with lite versions of what we have now sans the cost.

    People need to remember that Apple is building an NC make that a HUGE NC datacenter. It is so large that it defies logic as to what they're going to do with it. Current MobileMe subscriptions cannot explain why this datacenter is 500 thousand sq ft.

    I expect that we're going to see Lala style music streaming from this dc. Free MobileMe is likely and other cloud services.

    Good article on NC datacenter with pic (�s-apple�s-new-data-center-where�s-the-giant-glass-cube/)

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  • heisetax
    Aug 2, 03:26 PM
    I think this is an oversight (we can call it oSight) by Apple. If you want to gain market share, especially for people who want high powered equipment. I worked in a small research for a while, like the above poster, there were NO cameras allowed including camera phones. This was a blanket policy for the whole facillity even if you had no security clearence. In this case it was required becasue they did a lot DoD research.

    So, right off these new computers (iMac, MB, MBP) are not options for a facility like this to use. Additionally, anyone who works there and ever wants to bring his/her personal laptop to work is sunk too.

    If was still working there I probably would have to opt for a differnt laptop.

    Compared to other computer brands Macs give their customers fewer add-on options. I don't know why. I guess it makes it easier for them. But, in this case I think not making the built in iSight an option (even if it is free, like the glossy screen in the MBP) is a mistake.

    Probably the main reason for few or no options is because of the 1" thick PowerBook model. That does not leave room to add anything. The next reason is just like air conditioning in new cars. The manufacture can sell it to everyone even if they don't want it. That increases profits. They use to have an external keyboard/mouse option which is also gone. So just look at the glossy screen as being different, not the norm for Apple.

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  • Surreal
    Jul 24, 10:04 AM
    I bought the 17" MBP the day it came out and i must say;

    i don't care about these new chips.

    that feels really good.

    thank you apple. finally.

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  • Gregintosh
    Mar 28, 10:00 AM
    It makes sense given that the iPhone 4 in White is just about to hit the market.

    It would be stupid for Apple to finally START selling the White iPhone 4 only to 2-3 months later release the iPhone 5. Why go through all the hassles of developing the White iPhone only to effectively end its appeal 2 months later???

    If they were going to do that, they would have probably just scrapped the white iPhone 4 and told everyone to stay tuned because something better was coming in its place.

    I know I would be royally pissed if I had bought a product at release date only to have something even better come out just 2-3 months later. I know technology moves fast, but damn!

    This way, if the iPhone 4 White Hits in April, that gives people at least 5-6 months of using it before a new one is announced or released.

    This may also be an indication that iPhone 5 will just hit when iOS 5 is ready and that it will be uniquely positioned to take full advantage of it.

    It also means I got until September to stash enough cash to buy the iPhone 5 unlocked and contract-free at release. :D

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  • ChipWinter
    Sep 11, 12:03 AM
    So ... would a Beatles announcement be the cause for a London feed? Or would that be too big of a thing for this one event?

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  • Coolerking
    Sep 11, 12:47 PM
    Has anybody noticed that the shipping times for all Macbooks have gone up to 5-7 days?

    Yep. I ordered mine last week and its not even shipping till the 18th. Many have said that that is the result of the end of the macbook + ipod promo. It could also be something else...

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  • swingerofbirch
    Jul 30, 01:10 AM
    I've been eligible to upgrade my Verizon phone for a while now (new every 2), but have held off because the phones all seem so gimmicky. I like Verizon call quality, but I feel like their phones (all cell phones) are dictated by what the service providers want to be able to sell (Vcast, etc).

    So they add cameras and EVDO etc to make more money from the associated services they offer.

    The only two feature requests I ever have from a cell phone are: better reception and better battery life.

    I have never cared about the other features, because I prefered carrying devices that specialized in those areas, ie a separate digital camera and an iPod.

    However, it seems that Apple's major competition going forward will be from cell phone carriers who sell songs (albeit at 3.99/each) directly to cell phones.

    The cell phone carriers have the advantage in that a lot of people will be buying these devices whether they want MP3 players or not. You have a cell phone, you've got an MP3 player. And not only that, you don't need a PC to buy music, you do it right from the phone.

    Going forward the quality of phones as Mp3 players and cameras and the phones' music store experiences will improve, and Apple obviously realizes this will be their competition (more so I believe than a Wifi enabled Zune).

    Perhaps Apple's wild-bet will be a device that is a master of all trades. They could combine iPod with Newton PDA a cell phone and a decent camera (iSight?).

    I would imagine that to offer a device like this and not have it hobbled by terrible software and keep it fairly open, Apple will need to create their own wireless network. They do have 9.5 billion.


    I think it's where the future is headed. But it's a big bet. But in business it's also a bet not to take a big bet sometimes.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 10, 06:15 PM
    Multiplication is always what you do, when there is a term directly adjacent to the ().

    "Oh, I did not know that!!" - Johnny Carson, The Tonight Show

    I get 61,835, but I'm beginning to think someone has mucked around with the keys on my calculator.

    Finally, humour.

    Check your IMOS battery. I think it's failing. :p

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  • Consultant
    Apr 18, 03:01 PM
    That took awhile.

    Samsung, that's what you get from trying to kill the golden egg goose. Hopefully apple follows through by moving to TSMC.

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  • rtdunham
    Nov 22, 10:38 AM
    It would be fun to speculate what features Apple brings to the iPhone that could revolutionize the cell phone industry? My guess is 1) ease of use in updating contacts, calendar, emails 2) iPod music integration 3) high quality 640x480 mpeg4 videos and 4) leveraging in flash memory pricing

    Good post. I'm still waiting for a phone that will easily (and thoroughly) sync with my Address Book and iCal, and I'm on the mac platform. So even some of the features you describe would be of immediate value to a lot of mac users.

    But I'm guessing a slick phone that made it easy to have one's songs, contacts, and calendar always at hand would be a major force in the "Switch" campaign as well. Imagine if the phone/iPod windows users were using in the future could also do all those extra things--from the mac platform. I think a lot would find that irresistable.

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  • Chundles
    Aug 7, 08:00 AM
    I totally agree but the problem is all my freinds are on MSN so i can't use iChat hopefully things will change today though ;)


    Same here, iChat is basically useless to me until they bring in Messenger (it's not MSN anymore) compatibility.

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  • Tyrion
    Apr 20, 09:06 AM
    So many has bought an iPhone 4. At&t and Verzion.

    We all are on a 2 year contract.

    Yes, the US is literally the entire world. There are no other countries, let alone other countries with 12-month contracts. Why, Sir, that would be inconceivable!

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  • KindredMAC
    May 7, 01:13 PM
    I've had the service for over 4 years and I have never paid full price.
    I would not mind if they lowered the price to say $49/annually or even tiered pricing, but all out free scares me a little.

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  • DocNYz
    Nov 2, 03:37 PM
    We use Sophos at work and love it! Can't wait to start using it at home too.

    just out of curiosity, what type of work?

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  • Xtoo
    Nov 5, 11:33 AM
    Has anyone tested the unit with Navigon? That would be the only reason I would buy it.
    Also, with Google coming up with a free turn-by-turn navigation app... what will happen with the ones we have to pay for?

    Nov 26, 04:53 PM as posted before..

    If Apple were to pull of somthing like that with the sliding keyboard with a full-featured OS X WITH the ability to function as a normal computer it would be tight as hell!

    May 8, 06:20 PM
    to me it makes sense the following way:

    Mobileme free but iAd support or some sort of bing advertisement
    Mobileme without ads and some extra features for the ppl that pay

    Mar 27, 06:34 AM
    With all this cloud based speculation I hope they build native Back to My Mac functionality right into the iOS.

    Nov 3, 09:31 AM
    I just wish the way it was mounted was better, not just glue.

    Ummm... It's not just glue. It uses the same suction mount as their other units. I think there is an adhesive disk you can use as well. (Not sure if you stick that to where you want to me able to mount it with suction or exactly how that works.)

    I've used a similar type of suction mount with Griffin's Window Seat. It's not just a simple suction cup. You place it where you want to put it, then turn another part to increase the suction. It sticks great to glass, be it the windshield, a side window, or the sunroof (for kids to watch in the back seat), for days at a time. The Window Seat isn't the best implementation of it - I understand that TomTom's is better (easier to attach and detach).

    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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