الثلاثاء، 31 مايو، 2011

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  • kas23
    Jun 23, 08:55 AM
    What a horrible idea.




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  • Doctor Q
    Jul 18, 02:46 PM
    Movies will have a limited number of plays, rather than a limited number of time to view. Or, alternately, you will pay-per-view (literally).I rarely watch a movie exactly once straight through from start to finish. I might back up to see a scene again, skip the boring parts where there are no car chases or spy gadgets, pause to answer the phone and then back up because I missed a few seconds, stop because it's been 15 minutes and I feel the need to visit MacRumors and then start again the next day because I forgot I hadn't finished the movie, watch the opening scenes again after the final credits because it's fun after you know secrets you learn later in the movie, and so on.

    So what constitutes "one play" of a movie?




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  • Multimedia
    Oct 23, 11:30 PM
    And the E207WFP 20" monitor (which seems to be comparable to the 2007FP minus a few bells and whistles (http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productcompare.aspx?c=us&category_id=6198&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&p=320-4688~320-5123~)) is only $289.No the E207WFP 20 is 1650x1050.

    I advocate the 2007FP 20 1600x1200 for only $359.20 (http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19&sku=320-4687). That extra 150 verticle pixels is very helpful.




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  • HBOC
    Jan 5, 02:29 PM
    Evos are awesome cars! How fast is your model 0-60

    Oh, and I'm gonna try to get pics of the smoked tails on my G37S (not pictured in my first post)


    EDIT:
    Back of my car

    http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e137/SaMaster14/IMG_0212.jpg

    Nice car man. I had a P10 G20 with JSPEC Sr20DE and that thing would run low 15s with an automatic!




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  • Tmelon
    Mar 31, 05:02 PM
    The top of it just does not look like it was meant to be a desktop app. makes me think of all the windows software you get how they over do the look of it.

    I wonder if they'll give an option to change it. Or they could possibly scrap the new look completely if all of the developers give negative feedback. It personally doesn't bother me, but I do think they could have made it look at least a bit better.




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  • The.316
    Nov 24, 01:41 PM
    ^^^Picture thread, dude. Picture thread. ;)

    :p

    You really going to make me post pictures? :( Ill post them when I get the box. Instead of paying the $250 all this stuff would have cost me to ship to Greece, I shipped everything to my cousin, with free shipping on some, and it will only cost about $110 to ship with the post office here.




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  • sisyphus
    Sep 1, 03:49 PM
    It has seemed as obvious at almost every point in Apple's history within the past 4 years. That doesn't change a thing.

    Apple had ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS had a noticable gap between its top-of-the-line consumer machine and it's "entry-level" professional machine. As much as I'd love a middle-tier headless Mac, I just don't think it's in the cards.

    The difference now is that there is no crippled Mac Pro. The low end PowerMac was always crippled in some way to the mid and high end. There would always be an old motherboard, slower bus, less RAM...

    This time the machines are consistent all the way across. Why? Because with the Woodcrest/Conroe differentiations they can actually create different categories.

    Pros -> faster bus, 2 CPU (Woodcrest). Mac Pro
    Prosumer -> Mid bus, 1 CPU (Conroe). Mac
    Consumer -> Slower bus, quiet, one piece, slower CPU (Merom). iMac
    Budget -> Slowest, minimalist comptuer, old tech (Yonah). Mac Mini

    Seems pretty obvious. The hole left in the product line is the biggest yet, but the processor steps are VERY clear and not overlapping each other.

    mini (Yonah) < iMac (Merom)< Mac (Conroe) < Mac Pro (2xWoodcrest)




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  • logicpro7
    Oct 24, 06:20 AM
    yes i too can confirm that the uk store is down :eek:




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  • Will_reed
    Jul 18, 02:21 AM
    Rental is such a dumb idea Maybe purchase but I've seen the quality of the video on the music store and personally I don't think it's worth the money.




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  • Millah
    Apr 27, 12:57 AM
    anyone else getting a little bit fed up of apples lawsuits?

    I'm sure Apples getting fed up of all their competitors continuing to copy their products or piggyback off the work Apples done on iOS.

    Unfortunately, when a company innovates, they have to deal with the rest of the world copying them. You can either sit back and let it happen and allow the copycats to steal the market from you with YOUR inventions, or you can do something about it. Apples chosen to do something about. Despite whatever bad press they may get from bozos who have no idea what they're talking about.




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  • ldkaplan
    Jan 2, 03:07 PM
    You probably don't like penut butter cups either :-(

    I have a treo 700p...I'd much rather have a mac version of some sort to keep my calendar, listen to music and take calls. A multi-tool might not be for everyone, but there are plenty of folks that would love it. And what if it had video chat as well?

    I really like the iTV/iSight rumors. Someone needs to bring video chat for the home user to the mainstream. And if it's not dependent upon having a mac desktop (ie running some sort of light OS) then it would be a huge market hit, IMHO.


    A phone is best used to make phone calls not for music. If you want to listen to music theres a nano... I dont like the idea of putting them together compromising each other.

    Phone Compromises:
    Worst reception or larger size due to the added multimedia.
    Buttons are geared towards music instead of calls and stuff that is useful for making calls.

    iPod Compromises:
    Shorter battery life than iPod
    No Line-out for superior audio quality.
    Worst navigation for selecting songs.

    I like a great phone and a great iPod. Not an alright phone and alright iPod in one place so I cant just carry one or the other.




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  • EagerDragon
    Nov 28, 11:37 AM
    Assuming for a second that this is true, I do not see Apple in this space. 17" LCD monitors have been around for years and they are inexpensive now. Why would Apple enter this market when it is unlikely to get the ussual return on investment?




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  • copykris
    Nov 25, 03:34 PM
    New glasses. First time for me, astigmatism correction takes some getting used to, but I think they look good:
    http://i56.tinypic.com/2vsf6ef.jpg

    may i suggest a case for when you're out on the road

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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 21, 03:50 PM
    I'd welcome HellHammer's thoughts on this as he generally has a well informed perspective on these things.

    I have made my predictions and I still stand behind them. I don't really follow this thread though so if someone has me a question, you may be better off PMing me.

    1199$ 21.5" iMac

    Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1GHz)
    AMD 6490M with 256MB GDDR5
    500GB HD
    2x2GB RAM; option for 4x2GB

    1499$ 21.5" iMac

    Intel Core i5-2400S (2.5/3.3GHz); option for Core i5-2500S (2.7/3.7GHz)
    AMD 6750M with 512MB GDDR5
    1TB HD; option for 2TB
    2x2GB RAM: option for 4x2GB

    1699$ 27" iMac

    Intel Core i5-2400 (3.1/3.4GHz)
    AMD 6750M with 512MB GDDR5; option for AMD 6950M with 1024MB GDDR5
    1TB HD; option for 2TB
    2x2GB RAM; options for 4x2GB, 2x4GB and 4x4GB

    1999$ 27" iMac

    Intel Core i7-2600 (3.4/3.8GHz)
    AMD 6950M with 1024MB GDDR5
    1TB HD; option for 2TB
    2x4GB RAM; option for 4x4GB

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=11688279&postcount=26

    I'm sure it's been done to death, but I spent some time actually thinking about realistic-ish speculations of what the new line could look like. I think they're going to get rid of one SKU ( the step up 27" without the quad i7), because it's kind of redundant, and for the $100 price difference, I can't imagine anyone NOT spending the extra modey to get the quad core). The only spec that is more of a wishful thinking piece is the inclusion of the HD6800M 1GB card in the 27" quad i7. THAT would be a beast!

    Common Upgrades

    1. Thunderbolt port
    2. HDMI out
    3. Sandybridge

    Now, here's the model breakdown:

    21.5" (1920x1080) display
    3.2 GHz i3 processor
    4 GB RAM
    500 GB HD
    Thunderbolt
    ATI Radeon HD 4870 (256MB)
    HDMI out
    $1199.99

    21.5" (1920x1080) display
    3.5 GHz i3 processor
    8 GB RAM
    1 TB HD
    Thunderbolt
    ATI Radeon HD 4870 (256MB)
    HDMI out
    $1499.99

    27" (2560x1440) display
    2.8 GHz i5 processor
    4 GB RAM
    1 TB HD
    Thunderbolt
    ATI Radeon HD 5870 (512MB)
    HDMI out
    $1699.99

    27" (2560x1440) display
    3.2 GHz quad i7 processor
    8 GB RAM
    2 TB HD
    Thunderbolt
    ATI Radeon HD 6970 (1 GB)
    HDMI out
    $1999.99

    ATI 4870M has TDP of 65W, there is no way it is going to fit in 21.5". Also, it makes absolutely no sense to use three different generations as that, if something, would confuse consumers a big time. The only possibility I see is that the low-end gets ATI 5670 (aka 5730M) like Apple did in previous update. Other models will very likely feature AMD 6000M-series graphics.

    I also doubt that Apple will use i3 in other than the low-end iMac. All MBPs have i5 or better, even the 1199$ one. Using i3 in 1499$ iMac sounds stupid because in the end, the consumer thinks that i5 is better because 5 is greater than 3, even though that doesn't really mean that when comparing desktop and mobile CPUs. Moreover, there is no 3.5GHz i3 either.

    HDMI doesn't sound too likely, seeing that only Mac Mini has it. Thunderbolt or mDP can provide the same functionality and much more.




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  • andrew.gw
    Apr 5, 05:23 PM
    All together I just love Lion, and there's no going back to SL! :)

    Snow Leopard feels like Windows XP to me, now. All the little UI enhancements really add�up.




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  • reflex
    Aug 29, 09:20 AM
    Yonah doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Merom is pin-compatible and costs exactly the same amount. Besides, it would be a PR boost for Apple to have the entire lineup 64-bit and "Leopard ready".

    They can still update the mini in February or March to be "Leopard ready".




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  • SchneiderMan
    Nov 27, 02:20 PM
    I like this. I really wish it didn't have the logo, though. Much classier as just a photograph, IMHO.

    Yeah I wish I could Photoshop it LOL.




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  • WiiMarioHacker
    Jun 22, 11:07 PM
    I feel justified that this is the main reason we never heard ANY thing about Mac OS X at the keynote AND the WWDC (as far as I know), and each new update seems to be just fixes and security updates. So, I think apple is working on iOS X, or what ever the touch screen Mac OS is.


    This is my take on Apple: (semi-off-topic warning)
    The way I see it, is that Apple is the technology company of the future. I mean, look at all these other smart phone makers; (exceptions being Google and HTC) they're still "stuck" in the 20th century. With our rapid advancement of technology, Apple's current technology should have been out 3 to 5 years ago. IMO, Apple is just playing "catch up" on a human scale, aka the iPhone 4 is the technology that should have been releasing 3 to 5 years ago.




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  • popelife
    Jan 3, 10:31 AM
    What any of this has to do with MWSF rumors I'm not sure, but...

    I agree about the word processor. I never could understand why Apple didn�t offer a few more features to make AppleWorks useful.

    I�m using FrameMaker, but that was discontinued for OSX on Mac.

    Too many mine fields in Word.

    I always liked AppleWorks for what it was (remember, this is over ten years ago now), but yeah, there was a long period when AppleWorks was hung out to dry. In fact, unless we get that spreadsheet app in iWork next week, things are still a bit "transitional".

    Problem is, because MS Word has become so dominant, it's been tough for anyone to develop a viable competitor. Which would be fine, except Word has sucked for years now. MS can't design interfaces.

    I bought Office for the Mac out of necessity, but I find myself using Pages these days. I don't need power-user functions that much, I just need to be able to write words and enjoy doing it. With Pages I do. With Word I find myself screaming in disbelief at how awful it is every five minutes.

    If Steve unveils a Pages update at MW which adds a little more power, that would be nice (although the only things I really need are full "based-on" style sheet hierarchy, and the ability to count words in a selection. If I need to do proper page layouts, then I pull out InDesign.)

    If you're a big Framemaker user then I don't know what the solution is. What do you need that current WP's don't do?


    I was set on a new lap top and Mini, but it�s going to be a difficult decision. There is a lot of misinformation floating around, and sometimes the Mac community isn�t as forthcoming and honest as they should be. It�s like they are more concerned if the stocks go up or down than providing an accurate assessment.


    You've lost me here. "Not as forthcoming and as honest as they should be?" Have you seen the bitching about MacBook Pro displays, iTunes 7, graphics processors, and so on? Doesn't seem like anyone's holding anything back.

    On the whole though, there's comparitively little to complain about in the Apple world. You want to see some complaining? Let me boot up my PC ("New hardware detected" my ass. Cancel, cancel, cancel... ah, a cursor, good, it's working... no it isn't... wait... hourglass... wait...)

    As for misinformation... er, do you mean the MWSF rumours? That's not misinformation, it's people guessing. The idea is to grab yourself a pinch of salt and enjoy the fun.


    My first powerbook was good to me, but the climate/quality has changed, and I�m going to keep my options open.


    Which climate are you're referring to?

    Over the last few years, competition has forced all computer manufacturers to drive prices down dramatically, sometimes at the expense of quality. Apple have similarly slashed prices, yet their industrial design standards are still way ahead of the competition. I've never seen a PC that comes apart as elegantly as a G5 tower or Mac Pro. There are equally great things about the iMacs, the MacBook, the Mini (I would also leave out the MBP - nothing particularly wrong with it, but I think it needs a design update to bring it into line with the rest of the range. Didn't stop me buying one just before Xmas mind you).

    It's always possible to find criticisms, but if anything I think the quality of Apple products has gone up, not down. Crikey, when I think back to some of the Macs I've owned - PowerBook 5300c, PowerMac 8100... ugh.


    I�ll wait and see what�s behind curtain number three, but not sure a Mac is the best choice for the average person.

    What is then?

    Unless your number one priority is to spend as little cash as possible, I think Apple's products are strong contenders simply on design and quality grounds (I have a friend who got a MacBook Pro purely to run Windows on, after he'd had so many PC laptops fall apart on him). OS X makes Macintosh the best choice for anyone concerned with usability (which should be every computer user). And Boot Camp makes a Mac the only sensible choice for anyone wavering between Windows and OS X. Have cake, can eat it too.




    Abstract
    Oct 23, 06:41 AM
    Well when you really think about it, at least one of these rumours has got to be true. We have MBP Merom rumours that cover every week from August til January 2007.




    cleanup
    Nov 27, 12:29 PM
    Just got done framing (: took me a minute too.

    http://img220.imageshack.us/img220/4916/photore.jpg

    I like this. I really wish it didn't have the logo, though. Much classier as just a photograph, IMHO.




    DPazdanISU
    Aug 16, 07:35 AM
    meh

    give me an iphone pda type device with that deflatable mouse that can slide into a slot when not needed and gestures :confused: :D




    DMann
    Aug 6, 08:43 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    MacRumorsLive.com (http://www.macrumorslive.com/) will provide live coverage of the event starting at 1PM EST (10AM Pacific). No need to reload the page, updates will appear as they are posted. In January, our system successfully delivered updates to over 100,000 (http://www.macrumors.com/events/mwsf2006-stats.php) simultaneous visitors.

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    "Mac OS X Leopard, Introducing Vista 2.0" (photo (http://static.flickr.com/74/207241438_7c0f89412d_b.jpg))
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    We will continue to provide any last minute updates leading to the event.

    Perhaps MS will change the name a third time before it is released.




    ImNoSuperMan
    Sep 6, 08:50 AM
    Hmm... the Mini still has no Core 2 Duo? That does not sound too promising for MacBook (Pro) updates... unless Apple only wants to use the Core 2 Duo for the high end laptops (MacBook Pro) of course... Or are they waiting untill Leopard has been released?

    Yup that seems like bad news for anyone hoping C2D MacBooks this september. But I doubt there was anyone realistically expecting Merom MB this soon. But I do hope they pump out Merom MBP on 12 Sept. May be a completely new and cool design for the MBP is waiting for as next tuesday.:rolleyes:



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