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  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 21, 07:28 PM
    ... however that may not happen if he tries to all of a sudden play ball a bit.

    Simple posturing.

    His time has come.

    He had his time in the Sun, now it's time to switch the lights off.

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  • daneoni
    Sep 1, 11:59 AM
    I guess they plan to put the 2.93GHz Core 2 Extreme or 2.66GHz processor in it. IF they make the display height adjustable...i might consider it. Otherwise the MacPro remains the slated candidate for my desktop needs

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  • Chris Bangle
    Sep 5, 03:13 AM
    2pm GMT

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  • noriyori
    Nov 29, 03:02 PM
    I would just hope they would have video streaming like the slingbox so you can access all of your content from where ever you may be around the globe.

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  • davidgrimm
    Sep 23, 08:25 PM

    Consumer Reports used to influence my opinion, but when they actually rank things I know a little about, I always find fault with their methods and so they really aren't that influential to me anymore. I mean if their methods stink on the categories I know of, they probably stink for the categories I don't know about.

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  • OnceUGoMac
    Nov 28, 09:56 AM
    I was in FYE last night, and out of curiosity, asked the sales assistant how they were selling. They hadn't sold a single one. I guess it is too early to tell. However, we joked that to many people iPod is the name for all mp3 players, kind of like Kleenex for tissues, and Coke for soda.

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  • MistaBungle
    Mar 30, 09:11 PM
    Full screens apps now have a transition-drop down menubar rather than one that covers up the top of the application now.

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  • RaceTripper
    Jan 10, 07:45 PM
    IMO F1 died along time ago it's so boring now. My favourite, most entertaining and close action racing is British and World Touring Cars.

    BTCC is some of the best and most entertaining racing on the planet. NASCRAP wishes it could be that exciting.

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  • boncellis
    Sep 6, 09:41 AM
    Except that doesn't take into account the superdrive and hard drive. It's more like a $100 price drop.

    Ah, you're right, I missed the Superdrive change. Nice catch. I've never paid mind to the HDD inasmuch as it almost begs for a high-capacity external drive anyway, in my opinion.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 1, 01:48 PM
    One more thing... they'll change the name from iMac to Mac, bringing a perfect symmetry to their product line-up:

    Mac Pro

    MacBook Pro

    Definitely not. There's too much branding in the iMac name. For consumers, it means ease and simplicity with power and looks. Additionally, just calling it Mac would be confusing for everyone, especially when they ask what kind of mac you own?

    "I own a Mac."
    "Yeah? What kind?"
    "A Mac."
    "I know. You just said that. But what kind of mac?"
    "A Mac. You know. A Mac."
    "I'm going to kill you now, sir."

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  • mc68k
    Nov 18, 09:45 PM
    I'm just kind of guessing here but I think folding is costing me about $50 a month :eek:holy crap dude, thats why i fold at work. since big adv i shut off my 4ghz hackie folder

    how many machines do you have running?

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 7, 04:02 AM
    Happy WWDC Eve everyone! May tomorrow bring you everything you wanted! :rolleyes: ;) :D


    Why does the counter on MR homepage say it starts today?

    Is that the official opening time with the main event i.e. Keynote Tuesday?

    Excuse my ignorance but right up till now I thought it started Tuesday. I even saw a page on Apples site that had the week planner on it for WWDC. :confused: Maybe I was too excited and missed Monday?

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  • Tmelon
    Apr 3, 08:39 PM
    I have the same thing happens with my safari in full screen where you hover your mouse over the top and the menubar slide down it is a bug because it the bar serve no function right now -that definitely did happen in DP!
    Although Safari has not crashed yet where it crash several time a day in DP1

    Edit: I just was scrolling in full screen and Safari crashed for the first time since I used DP2

    I had that yesterday actually. It went away though.

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  • BJonson
    Apr 26, 01:02 PM
    trademarking app store. How pompous. What's next, trademarking computer store, book store, pet store? LOL.

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  • Donnacha
    Nov 27, 04:14 PM
    I'd just like to agree with those who have pointed out that the main thing Apple's monitor division should be worrying about is price, not new sizes - the Apple logo can bear a certain price premium but not that much, especially as they don't yet include Apple-specific goodness such as integrated isight etc.

    In October, I considered a 23" ACD at ?848 inc. VAT, delivery and 3yrs of Applecare cover.

    Instead, I phoned Dell and got the 24" 2407WP for ?549.08 inc. VAT, delivery and 4yrs next business day swap-out cover. For the Apple, I would have had to pay a premium of 55% and got 1yr less cover.

    Now, as it happens, Dell were running a 25% off special on the 24% in October but these offers are in continual rotation; at the moment, if you ask, you can get:

    The 30" 3007WFP for just under a grand inclusive and 4yrs cover, compared to ?1,618 for the 30" Apple and 3yrs cover (a premium of 62% and 1yr less cover)


    The 20" 2007WFP for ?316 inc. and 4yrs cover, compared to ?598 for the 20" Apple with 3yrs cover (a premium of 89% and 1yr less cover).

    As for quality, I know monitors and the one I've got is top-notch - while it isn't Apple, the subtle styling is impressive and the stand's tilting and pivoting are the best I've ever seen. The consensus among reviewers seems to agree.

    I'm not posting this to annoy Apple fans, I'm a huge fan myself and, yes, I would have paid a premium for that cute little apple logo but, frankly, it wouldn't have been worth that extra 55% - at Apple prices, I might never have made the jump to 24" but I'm glad I did, I'm even thinking about getting a second one.

    With the move to Intel, Apple have done a great job of competing on PC pricing, why are they still in fantasyland when it comes to monitor pricing?

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  • nagromme
    Sep 14, 11:57 AM
    Consumer Reports is making five mistakes:

    1. Not doing full-scale testing of the kind antenna engineers have called them out on. They’ve done informal testing—quick and easy, but not the full useful facts their readers deserve. Yes, that kind of testing would need some really expensive facilities and lots of time. So they should at least point out that their tests are very limited and may be misleading.

    2. Not publishing stats on how many users actually lose calls over this. They do surveys all the time—how about one comparing the iPhone 4 to other phones in actual use? (Most of the iPhone 4 antenna complaints seem to come from people who don’t own one!)

    3. Criticizing only the iPhone, not other phones, for losing signal when gripped wrong. (Which all phones clearly do. Some more, some less. Many of them tell you right in the manual not to “hold it that way!")

    4. Exaggerating the problem. Putting a very rare and minor issue, that affects so few, ahead of so many positives that affect everyone: benefits no other phone can touch. How are their flaws (which no case can fix) vs. the iPhone acceptable? And does CR clearly state that they DO recommend the iPhone for case users—which is a huge (maybe the largest) group of phone users?

    5. Standing on their ego (or worrying misguidedly about their reputation) and not refining their position when that is clearly called for. Black-and-white controversial simplicity sells mindshare and magazines. But it doesn’t reflect reality, and CR readers deserve better. CR should be willing to back down when they’ve gone too far. Example: “The iPhone 4’s antenna flaws are rarely an issue and it’s the best smartphone we reviewed. But because we don’t know what each buyer will experience, we are only able to fully recommend the iPhone 4 if you also use a case. Luckily, Apple will continue to supply one free of charge on request, so this antenna issue need not affect your calls nor your wallet."

    I only trust CR’s large-scale survey data (they seem to be good at that) not their editorial content. They’ve consitently failed to note Apple’s legitimate strengths over the years (ever see an article helping the everyday buyer choose between OS X and Windows?) but never fail to make something out the negatives. That’s not helping an uninformed reader become informed. And it really does seem like an anti-Apple bias sometimes.

    That is precisely what auto manufacturers do. They send a letter to every owner, and fix the problem, whether or not the owner has reported it.

    And that kind of preventive mass action makes sense for a product that holds peoples’ lives in its hands every moment of use.

    It’s absurd to suggest that Apple should “fix” a problem as though it were widespread, when it’s not. Fixing it when it IS a problem is all that is necessary. And then let the non-iPhone users continue to moan about how bad Apple is treating us contented iPhone users :D They believe a blog wildfire over actual user experience—or at least they enjoy fanning the wildfire?

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  • (marc)
    Mar 20, 08:24 AM
    I actually think having troops is better. "Firing missles and bombing" from great distances has a "disconnect" between people. When you have actual people fighting and even dying alongside you, both the citizens and the warriors appreciated it more and form more of a bond between people and cultures. It builds a "comraderee" of sorts and helps secure a pschological future between peoples....whereas, in this case, perhaps the only interaction we really have with Lybians is that the generals and politicians might go to meetings. Something the masses never experience for themselves.

    After something like this is over without them actually "enduring victory and suffering" with Westerners hugging them, many Lybians will still think...oh yeah, those are the infidels that helped us get Quadafi with their big guns. :p

    And even in the eyes of the opposition, it can have a negative effect in that you don't see them face to face when you kill them. It can be seen as a sign of "weakness" and "chickeness". This is what happened with Clinton shooting tomahawks at Bin Laden and then walking away brushing his hands. When you look in their eyes and shoot them, they know you mean business and respect and fear you as a warrior. Then they might think twice before they try to blow up your buildings when you're not looking. ;)

    The jets and rockets are there to prevent Gaddafi from killing civilians, not to prevent Gaddafi from winning.

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  • mi5moav
    Oct 23, 06:31 PM
    Along with the macbook and MB pro getting updates, for $14.95 you can download an ipod nano or ipod patch/software that lets you listen to FM radio without having to purchase the radio remote. Interface is the same as with the remote.

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  • Stetrain
    Apr 2, 08:18 PM
    While you may think your sarcasm-laden post witty, the fact remains that you have not stated any kind of revelation.

    They do not care about ONE consumer...but they certainly are going to care about the thousands of units that are being returned and exchanged in hopes of finding one good unit.

    I would tell you to review the iPad forum but I have a feeling that message would be lost on somebody so insistent on keeping their head in the sand.

    I like how you continue to respond to this one person and ignore the posts about actual personal experience with iPads and those who own them, and those who have seen plenty of others' iPads, all without defects.

    Jun 22, 10:52 PM
    I'm confident that you will not see any computers running both Mac OS and iOS.

    I see one every day.

    Just run a UIKit app in the iPad Simulator (from the free Developer SDK) on your iMac. There's even 3rd party code that will allow you to use the multi-touch on your iPad to control your app in the Simulator on the iMac. And some apps can run 10X faster and have a bunch more memory available when running on the Simulator.

    I have a couple experimental apps that look and feel better this way than their Mac native versions.

    It's even possible for a developer to package compiled Simulator apps for other people to run on their Macs, but Apple hasn't made that process easy (yet!).

    Nov 30, 11:34 AM
    A Touchscreen device is what I would like to see with the iTV (iTablet, Video iPod or iPhone). The beginnings of a device that can sync/serve every area of your digital life.

    Leopard Features and iTV Companions:
    iChat with the remote desktop features in particular
    Bonjour, iCal, iSync, .Mac, iLife, Front Row etc

    Video iPod/iTablet:
    A touch screen Chameleon that acts as a remote control, Video/Music iPod, games controller and much more.

    * Check your email on the way out of the office,
    * View your Nike+Apple Stats/Report for the day,
    * Dock the device in your car and listen to some music to unwind as you drive home,
    * Walk through the door and automatically sync with iTV (and your Mac which is acting as a server),
    * Collapse on the sofa and challenge your kids to a game (iTV or Mac based games of varying complexity). Turn your portable tablet landscape and it becomes a controller,
    * Dock the device next to your mac for recharging, drag and drop new software components for added functionality.

    Apple could add other hardware components such as lighting/home applicance control, wireless speaker systems, digital iPhoto frames; the list goes on FOREVER!

    Software Add-Ons (iTunes style) would become the big sellers. Add lighting control functionality, game controller functionality, music functionality, email, basic photo editing. It's a DIY computer made up of modules.

    It may take a few years of drip feeding for us to get there but I'm waiting, impatiently!!! :D

    Oct 23, 10:16 AM
    I ordered a MBP 2.16GHz with 2gigs Ram last tuesday (17th october) and on apples "order status" it is estimated to be shipped on friday the 27th.. so I hope there an update during this week :D
    You could actually be in luck!!

    Sep 1, 12:38 PM
    hopefully this 23 inch one adds something more than just a bigger screen....such as component RGB input which would allow me to hook my my xbox 360 to play. that would RULE.

    of course, that is unlikely.

    does anyone actually know how to use iMac screen to play xbox 360?

    Apr 2, 04:31 PM
    Is anyone else losing their toolbar buttons and address bars in the toolbar when they enter Safari into fullscreen mode? I'm getting just a solid graphite bar at the top of the screen when I go into fullscreen. Tabs aren't showing in fullscreen either. This wasn't happening in DP 1.

    I've been using a keyboard shortcut to remove the toolbar altogether when I don't need it, but that doesn't affect the solid graphite bar. Right now I need to exit fullscreen if I need to use the toolbar at all, and either way I still have the hardly-useful block of graphite at the top taking up some of the screen.

    That block of graphite at the top should contain your Address bar, Back/Forward and search bar. DP2 autohides the tab bar and the favorites bar until you bring your mouse to the top of the screen. There's a screenshot of it earlier in the thread.