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  • WilliamG
    Apr 29, 12:20 AM
    My guess is the white one has to be thicker to alleviate the light leakage issue that was rumored/reported. Still sneaky of Apple to advertise it as the same thickness as the black one...

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  • Balin64
    Mar 31, 01:33 PM
    That wood look needs to go. iBooks in iOS is hideous. I am disappointed that it's making it in to OS X.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 13, 02:52 PM
    Waiting for Apple Microwave Rev B.

    LOL! The iWave!

    Listen to music while nuking your soup!

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  • Lord Sam
    Jan 26, 07:25 AM
    There are many reasons for this. The crowd of Apple lovers wanted more from Macworld than what they got, and the market has been terrible lately. Their second quarter revenue predictions were very conservative, and some people think they have shone the brightest they will ever, and just don't think their worth it. I disagree, but as much as I would like to be, I'm not the stock market.


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  • lofight
    Jan 28, 11:21 AM
    i think it's also because the R&D growth is bigger than the actual growth of the products the R&D is working on..

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  • MacRumors
    Nov 10, 02:22 PM (


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  • kwarren
    Sep 14, 09:00 PM
    Yeah, um, I really, really like Threadless. And Halo. Won't have to do laundry for a month straight now! :)

    Had to stock up on t-shirts when they had their $9 sale for 32 hours this past week!

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  • mandis
    Apr 13, 04:55 PM
    It will probably cost twice the price of the equivalent LG/Samsung and at first will only offer half the features.:rolleyes:


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  • lilo777
    Apr 23, 12:48 AM
    You enjoy seeing every issue from the perspective of someone who wants Apple to fail.

    Apple cares very deeply about their product, which is why they don't give in to every spec junkie who demands the latest and greatest immediately. The current chips don't give a usable battery life in Apple's eyes. If you want to get a phone that eats batteries that's your business, but Apple doesn't have an interest in developing anything like that.

    Nope. I see every issue from the consumer perspective - as I should (being a consumer). Any other perspective would be an abomination (unless for those who hold tons of AAPL shares).
    Phrases like "in Apple's eyes" is a good example of what I am talking about. Apple does not use iPhones, consumers do. Consumer eyse are the only eyes that matter. And that is exactly why people are switching to Android. If Apple cares more about what they think is right than what I think is right (for me) it would be stupid for me to care about what Apple thinks or does.

    They would still have to use two chips as I understand it: one to support CDMA and then the other to support LTE.

    I doubt that but even if that was the case then what? Every other phone manufacturer on the planet can design a phone that has LTE and Apple could not? Because they spend on R&D much less than any other hi-tech company of comparable size?

    And there we have it friends! This guy has no clue what he's talking about. There are no hybrid LTE/3G chips available yet, so the multiple chips thing has nothing to do with GSM/CDMA. If Apple wanted to support 3G AND LTE which they would have to do considering how scarce LTE is at the moment, the only way for them to do it is to use two chips. Battery life would drain.

    Here's a site for you to consider: Thunderbolt Battery Life (

    This is what people are talking about when they say the iPhone's battery life would be horrible. It has nothing to do with a hybrid CDMA/GSM chip, and has everything to do with the lack of a hybrid 3G/LTE chip.

    In fact, hybrid CDMA/GSM chips exist, and are already being used by Apple.

    You miss the point. I did not investigate the details about the number of chips. Not everyone cares. The point here is that there many people who want LTE and the there is Apple with their "single phone fits all" strategy. Here is a piece of relevant information for you from Information Week:

    "In its recently quarterly earnings report, Verizon Wireless noted that more than 500,000 customers signed up for LTE services and/or devices during its most recent quarter. Add that to the 65,000 who signed up in December, and Verizon has about 565,000 people using its next-generation wireless network. At this rate, Verizon may have more than 2 million 4G users by the end of the year.
    Of the 500,000 who signed up for 4G services this quarter, more than half (260,000) chose a 4G phone--the HTC Thunderbolt--that went on sale in mid-March. It scored a significant number of customers in its first two weeks of availability. That means between January 1 and March 15, about 240,000 people purchased other 4G devices, such as USB modems."

    As you can see 260K people bought HTC Thunderbolt since Verizon started selling them (about a month). This translates to about 3 million phones annually. Clearly the demand is there. Also, you keep forgetting that other phones have swappable batteries.

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  • whooleytoo
    Apr 14, 10:33 AM
    Sorry, not likely to happen given the razor-thin profit margins for televisions nowadays, especially when you have Samsung, Sony, VIZIO, Panasonic, LG and a couple of other brands fighting it out already in the large-screen flat-panel market.

    I don't know - Apple has a history of working very well with high margins in markets which traditionally had low margins. They've proven a few times over that quite a few people are willing to pay more for design & integration.


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  • displaced
    Jul 21, 12:34 PM
    reassuring to me even if it only means I will be able to buy computers that run a Mac OS for the next 15+ years.

    My thoughts exactly.

    I wouldn't care if their share is 1%. Just as long as they remain a sound business and keep up the R&D.

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  • Perrumpo
    Jun 16, 10:33 AM
    haha, this makes it onto MR?

    My little cousin purchased $2,820.75 from the app store on an iPod Touch. And Apple wasn't going to refund any of it until a transcript from an internal chat was somehow included in a email to my Aunt that consisted of very rude talk behind her back.

    I have the emails, but my aunt and uncle aren't finished with the fiasco with Apple's legal team, so I can't show them.


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  • ericinboston
    Apr 11, 05:05 PM
    My issue with USB has always been that it goes through the CPU. At the speeds of USB 3.0, this could really bite performance.

    Well, I guess in the beginning it could hurt the performance...for people, say, who are using 5 year old computers who pop in a USB 3.0 PCI card.

    But for the folks who are buying computers these days with dual and quad cores that are tons of times faster than 5 year old chips, the performance hit will be minimized...and will continue to fade as the CPUs of tomorrow just keep getting better/faster while USB 3.0 stays the same.

    I'm not an expert on USB...

    Most people who have a computer that is 1-3 years old who upgrade to USB 3.0 are seeing 2-4x immediate performance improvements...which is killer for transfers that used to take 2 hours but now take <45 minutes. :) It might not be at its tip top best but for a $30 PCI card and the same price for a USB 3.0 drive vs. a 2.0 drive, the $30 is a great investment.


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  • saving107
    Apr 14, 02:14 PM
    Can anyone comment on the animation performance of the Iphone 4?

    It hasn't been fixed.


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  • wordoflife
    May 1, 10:46 PM
    Obama's speech was awesome

    Indeed it was.
    I wonder if they will release any photographs.

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  • firestarter
    Apr 17, 07:36 PM
    Thunderbolt would be a killer feature for this machine - and would open up a whole load of expansion options.

    Sonnet are marketing a load of interesting accessories, from Gigabit ethernet and FW800 adapters, to RAID arrays, to full-size PCIe expansion card housings, all of which can connect via Thunderbolt.

    Those CPUs are pretty fast. For everyone except gamers it should be a nice machine.


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  • SnowLeopard2008
    Apr 19, 12:41 AM
    I think (most) of us are prejudiced about Intel graphics. When I saw the Intel HD 3000 graphics in the new 13" MBPs, I first thought of the X3100 in my first Late 2007 white MacBook and how much it sucked. Intel's track record with integrated graphics isn't great, but it's improving over time. A lot has changed since those X3100 times.

    However, both the NVIDIA 320M and SB Intel graphics are an upgrade to my current 15" MBP's NVIDIA 9400M. I seldom switch to the discrete and I plan on buying a MBA this summer. So for me, either graphics will be an upgrade over the one I currently use.

    As long as it's better/faster than my current, the new Core iX CPUs are worth waiting for. Intel IGP isn't better than the NVIDIA 320M but the processor is a lot faster/better. So the slight tradeoff in graphics performance isn't too bad. The Intel HD 3000 is on par with the current graphics. I've looked at Anandtech, Macworld and a whole bunch of other benchmarks. Intel IGP either performs slightly worse or slightly better than the NVIDIA 320M.

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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 26, 12:24 PM
    Amazon charges its cloud service too. Why should Apple give anything away for free? :rolleyes:

    I guess the point is that the base service should be free. I don't demand that from Apple but storing 2GB worth of 'my songs' should be free.

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  • DewGuy1999
    Jan 30, 12:11 AM

    May 1, 05:27 AM
    Of course there is. iOS runs on two currently available Apple smartphone models: 3GS and 4. The iOS that runs on these phones is sufficiently different in feature sets from the iOS that runs on Tablets, media consumption devices, and Apple TVs:
    -Larger resolution on tablets
    -Communications handled separately - No phone app or visual voicemail on Tablet or iPod Touch
    -No installable apps on Apple TV

    AppleTV isn't being counted. If it had apps, it would be. For now, while it's running iOS "under the hood", Apple and analysts aren't actually mentioning that or using it in counts.

    And the differences between iPad / iPod / iPhone are orders of magnitude less than the differences between the ultra-high and ultra-low ends of what is being counted as Android "phones".

    This whole "smartphone OS" is something dreamed up in the last few weeks by Android apologists, after the numbers showed that Apple has the most popular OS and the most popular piece(s) of hardware in the mobile industry.

    Apr 14, 11:04 AM
    It has gone now, but I found it interesting that it was listing this for my Universal iOS game TiltStorm. It has touch and accelerometer control options, so it wouldn't be suitable as is for a touch control Mac. It is also a portrait orientated game, so isn't going to fill a widescreen monitor.

    I think there will be much tighter iOS - OS X integration with Lion. I wonder if it will mean it can run iOS apps, possibly in a virtual environment, with an iOS device acting as the controller. All it would need is an Apple app on the device. The Mac sends the screen image to the device so that you can see where to touch, etc. And gets the control inputs in return.

    There would be several benefits. You can run the app at a larger size on the Mac screen. Older devices could possibly run apps at full speed as the bulk of the work is offloaded to the Mac. And you could access all apps in your App Store library while in wi-fi range.

    Jul 12, 08:33 PM
    1) New>Project Gallery
    2) Click on the New Pane on top.
    3) Choose Business Forms.
    4) Choose Brochure.
    5) Choose a template that doesn't suck.
    6) Wonder why brochures are listed under Business Forms.
    7) Pray that you don't need more than a 6-column brochure on one double sided-sheet of paper.

    Yep, yep, I figured that bit out. I was looking for the flexible page/quadrant stuff - to print in "booklet" form, for example. It aint in Word for Mac.


    Apr 26, 11:42 PM
    Just incase I get killed tonight, I'm pretty sure that eldiablojoe and Nies are the WW's.
    I've added eldiablojoe to my list because when he is a wolf, he acts extremely gullible. When he was the seer he did not.
    In this game, he said he didn't know what was going on in the narratives, and he seemed unaware that roles are chosen by so it wouldn't matter what roles he had previously.

    Aug 15, 12:03 PM
    Ahem... Time Machine!

    I believe icerabbit was referring to a feature to restore an item to its original location once putting it in the trash. Windows has this feature in the recycle bin and it's a handy little feature.

    This isn't to do with Time Machine as the user has not yet deleted the item from the Trash and the system.

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