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  • Al Coholic
    Mar 30, 01:22 PM
    I don't claim to know a thing about trademark law, but looking at this simply I find it difficult to understand how the term "Windows" can become a trademark but "App Store" cannot.

    I have nothing to back this up but I'm thinking one never sees the word "Windows" without Microsoft accompanying it somewhere. It's more of a phrase which can indeed be trademarked.

    Could be wrong of course.

    Also of note is an attempt to own the word "Thunderbolt". I don't think one can copyright the weather.

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  • cube
    May 3, 11:04 AM
    Would be great to have dual out on 11" MBA too. This way I could have dual displays at my remote office.

    Blame Thunderbolt.

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  • FriarNurgle
    Mar 29, 01:17 PM
    Only way MS would get these numbers is if Windows Phone takes over the business cellular market.

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  • mox358
    Sep 13, 09:47 PM
    I am with you on this. I don't see the real compelling reason to have a plain old iPod that makes phone calls and sucks all my battery so I can't play music, or vice versa. It needs to be a compelling smart phone, that will be the inovative part, not the hardware design. We all know it will look like a nano.

    But why should it? This isn't Motorola... this is Apple. They are supposed to be the masters of industrial design and software integration. No doubt the phone will have an awesome user interface, but I expect more from Apple than sticking an antenna and GSM chip inside a nano, putting a keypad underneath it, and calling it a day. This couldn't have taken very long to dream up... it seems like the most obvious and un-Apple idea of them all.

    If this is the fabled iPhone then Apple is losing its touch... the design was already done when they introduced the nano.

    I hope Apple wants this to be a phone with iPod functionality opposed to a nano with phone functionallity. The difference is huge. What is the primary function of this device? To play music or use as a phone? Thus far it looks like a nano with a software update and a GSM chip sadly.

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  • mmcc
    Apr 22, 08:25 AM
    The cellphone providers are doing all they can to reduce bandwidth usage. About a year ago I switched to the 200MB/mo. data plan to save $$$ on my AT&T bill.

    I don't understand how this application of the cloud is very useful. It will be something I would consider using only if I am near a WiFi connection, plus the ability to use DropBox for any kind of file trumps something that only works for music.

    Is the practical application going to provide control over whether it is active over WiFi vs. 3G? I am not paying another $15/mo. (or more) to AT&T just to listen to music.

    I don't get it. :confused:

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  • irmongoose
    Sep 13, 08:56 PM
    So this is a confirmed report? How reliable is this source?


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  • weg
    Aug 28, 01:03 PM
    not that it really matters. but they stole apples thunder.

    and since steve compared osx to windows and the mac pro to dell and made lot's of fun about both they'd better stay on top of the game.

    I think that Apple shouldn't enter that race.. their products are distinguished by other features than mere processing power (as soon as this changes: goodbye Apple), and coming out with new models every few months will probably just piss off Apple customers (so far, it's pretty easy to know ALL current laptop models that Apple offers - can you say that for Dell, too?).

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  • OdduWon
    Sep 13, 09:34 PM
    this is definitely a style over functionality....how da heck do you dial a number with clickwheel?

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  • cmaier
    Nov 17, 06:53 PM
    Because the iPhone doesn't have a copyright.

    it has a trademark. also see my previous post, and the linked tweet - apple frequently rejects apps for containing representations of iPhones (including hand drawn images that are not copyright by Apple). That's the point.

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  • Legion93
    Apr 29, 04:05 PM
    Run, it's Gates!http://tapatalk.com/mu/56a2f4ce-2801-4e8b.jpg

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  • milo
    Sep 5, 06:02 PM
    Yes I did milo.And it's a fine rendition :)

    Only thing is one still has to connect some kind of A/V cables to the TV..

    Think about that concept.

    I'll think about it. I think it's covered by "video to tv via dvi>hdmi cable for hdtv or analogue connection for sdtv". Which you obviously missed?

    Try looking at the pic again. And read the stuff. All of it.

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  • OwlsAndApples
    Oct 27, 08:12 AM
    It's about time Apple got rid of some of the rubbish materials in their machines, it's not that the campaigners are trying to brusie Apple but encourage them to be better than their competitors. I mean, Apple already has many advantages over Windows, so surely 'Green' can be one of them.

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  • milo
    Sep 5, 05:19 PM
    I've seen some posts about transferring "that much data" in disbelief. I calculate that a two hour movie will no more about 450MB. I hope it is, of course. This is based on a 1-hr episode of Lost is about 200MB. I fudge in 50MB for the fact that each Lost episode never is EXACTLY 1 hour.

    I can transfer that size (450MB) from my ReplayTV wirelessly to my PowerBook in less than a half hour with my Airport Extreme Basestation.

    So... I see no problem. Perhaps the show will be delayed a little but not more than a few minutes

    Lost runs about 42 minutes, so more like 600 meg. And you're assuming they'll ship movies at 320x240, which I doubt. If they up the quality to anything approaching DVD, file sizes will go way up. But I still think a well implemented wireless solution should be able to keep up, people are doing it already.

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  • ipedro
    Sep 7, 08:46 PM
    I'm calling it now. Apple's new "media center" device will be the iPod itself. I'm thinking that Apple will release a dock well suited for high definition video output to an HD tv.
    People will purchase movies on iTunes, their movies will be transfered to their iPod upon updating and then, they can take their iPod to their TV (or anybody elses) for viewing movies on the large screen.

    Remember.. I called it ;)

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  • FuNGi
    Apr 25, 04:35 PM
    No, I don't think people can spontaneously tell the difference between aluminium and (stainless) steel. I'm talking about people with no knowledge about metallurgy whatsoever. Believe me, they have no idea. They don't know what is lighter and what is more durable. If I told people that my macbook is made out of silver they would believe me.
    And I don't doubt that Liquid Metal will offer new possibilities in matters of manufacturing, so that the macbook's body can be made thinner while keeping it's durability. But my point really is, that people here are expecting it to be some kind of magic material that will completely change the experience of using their macbook. They think it will be different from aluminium as aluminium is from plastic. It's just another kind of metal, almost indistinguishable from any other metal. I hope you understand what I mean.

    Haha. Silver. Collector's edition?
    I see what you're sayin' but I still think that liquid metal DOES offer new possibilities in manufacturing precisely because it is stronger. Apple will then sell this unique product (assuming they actually adopt it - which may be too expensive) to the consumer as an added, and magical, feature. People don't have to have 'metallurgic' knowledge to be wowed by good advertising and think it is going to change there user experience. I for one, think dropping my MBP with a liquid metal chasis would be a better experience than the Al ones which dent and deform quite easily. Maybe it could be an optional build for the high-end model. Say for an additional $300? Marketed to the demanding professional, etc.

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  • appleguy
    Sep 4, 09:48 PM
    who knows they might release a mini mac style media centre with OSX that will be used to download the movies and allow you to burn it straight to DVD/Blueray lol :cool:

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  • ansl
    Mar 22, 04:19 PM
    I own a 2010 13" MacBook Pro and I'm loving all of its wonderfulness. However in relation to my job and my study I'm doing alot of coding and graphic work, which isn't ideal on a 13".

    If apple does pull their finger out of their tight, price-raping, tingling a*sehole and decide to put a good GPU with 1GB standard, in the 21,5" (Wishfull thinking?) they'll have my money.

    *1,850 dollars for the low-end 21,5 is ridiculous... lame danish taxes.

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  • nospleen
    Sep 10, 08:24 AM
    It seems the people who were mad about the intel switch are getting quieter and quieter... ;)

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  • afields
    Sep 15, 11:49 PM
    man, I really don't hope it takes that long....my contract ends in november. oct/nov seems like a better idea for sales. pweeeze apple? :o

    Oct 12, 12:30 PM
    Kinda said how a passionate music artist must make this initiative when countries with HUGE sums of cash prefer military spending in their budgets (Canada included) yet not for world equality for medicine.

    Kinda said? Actually, it's equality that they're trying to fight AGAINST here. The problem is that there's too much equality, which means they can't afford the medicine.

    I'm all for philanthropy, but I don't think that red is the way to go for selling more iPods.

    Mar 23, 05:44 PM
    You should tell that to my son. Oh wait, you can't, he was murdered someone like you.

    Is that really true? A drunk driver killed your son?

    Sep 11, 07:17 AM
    But the top gamers want more than one card with SLI and that means a different form factor.

    That's a very, very small market.

    Half-Life on the PC sold 8 million out of a market of 250 million PCs bought that year. ie. 3% of PC owners bought it. I'd guess the number of those running SLI is in the order of that kind of percentage again, maybe 10% of that 3%.

    And that's a top game. Most decent games sell in the order of 1 million.

    The Sims sold 16 million and doesn't need SLI at all which IMHO goes to show that developers should concentrate on original games instead of yet another FPS.

    Mar 29, 03:36 PM
    The part saying that BlackBerry would only lose less than 1% market share was enough to prove that this is bull

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