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Monday, May 30, 2011

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  • mdntcallr
    Sep 25, 11:13 AM
    yeah i dont get the negative votes.
    the update is good news. people should separate the issues. i voted positive. even tough i would have loved to order a new macbook pro today.





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  • SMM
    Jan 12, 07:11 PM
    ok, now, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, who is lesser evil?
    trust me, they are both evil, businesslike.
    At least Bill have the biggest charity foundation.

    No, Texas is evil. These are just businessmen.





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  • tdhurst
    Jan 12, 07:35 PM
    Anyone who leaps to a conclusion over this is foolish and shooting themselves in the foot. Print media is dead in its current form so you'll never see events banning people just because they have an online presence. Crucifying gizmodo for being the morons they are while claiming they're hurting other journalists is disingenuous. Do you really think conferences don't want any press to go to their events? The big conferences are under threat (E3 is a good example). I doubt they'd do anything horribly stupid over this. Ban gizmodo? Yeah, can see that. Require that you can only get in if you have a newspaper or magazine? Doubt it.

    The issue here is that bloggers and online journalists are still a fairly new medium and haven't been fully accepted yet. This would happen with any sort of group that didn't have a history.

    I would bet that no print media journalist would ever pull crap like this. He/she would have been fired on the spot and the publication itself would have issued a real apology, not post a video online and issue a half-hearted apology to one group.





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  • toddybody
    Mar 28, 02:20 PM
    Im just waiting for all the fake MR iOS developers to post comments...:rolleyes:





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  • zwida
    Nov 24, 09:10 AM
    Just saved $101 on a BTO 24" iMac and $11 on Parallels. Bought some other random stuff, but no savings.

    Now I've got that waiting-for-the-new-computer-to-ship itchiness.

    :)





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  • star-affinity
    Apr 29, 08:10 PM
    Just like switching between tabs using ctrl-tab in Safari and other web browsers I think it would be good to be able to switch between subpanes using the same keyboard shortcut.

    What do you think about that?





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  • OneMike
    Apr 8, 02:42 PM
    http://img825.imageshack.us/img825/4150/photoapr0834035pm.jpg (http://img825.imageshack.us/i/photoapr0834035pm.jpg/)

    8GB of ram and a 1TB 2.5 HD





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  • gloss
    Sep 12, 07:29 AM
    Didn't Lion's Gate mention the movie store in some recent internal conference? I doubt we'll be seeing just the iTunes Disney & Pixar Movie Store today. Fewer studios than we might like, but I can't imagine they'd launch without, y'know, a couple movies for grownups.

    Disney owns several studios that produce 'grown up' movies.

    (Disney Companies: Disney, Touchstone, Hollywood, Miramax, Buena Vista, Pixar)





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  • lukenorris
    Jan 11, 11:53 PM
    I wonder if this device turns off movie projectors?

    LUKE





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  • quentoncassidy
    Dec 10, 07:02 PM
    As mentioned, the spawning is terrible. IMO worse than in MW2 (which seemed hard to believe at first)

    They shouldn't spawn anywhere near me. I hate spawning near the enemies too and die within 5 seconds of spawning. Personally, I'd rather wait 5-10 seconds for a spawning point to open up instead of dying right away.





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  • clintob
    Oct 3, 06:27 PM
    The MBP is a Pro machine. I'd be willing to be that most of Apple's pro user-base does know the difference between Core Duo and Core 2 Duo.

    Ahh... but you assume the average customer cares. I agree, the MBP is intended to be a pro machine. But there are a lot of customers out there who buy the biggest and brightest because they can afford it and they want it. I have a boss who doesn't know his elbow from his... well... you know. And he has an MBP and a 20" Intel iMac. He can barely use his email, but he's got the toys. And these people are not that rare... particularly when it comes to Apple. Sad but true.

    And as a minor technicality, sending IMs and loading web pages depend on the speed of your internet connection, not your processor.

    Yeah, I know... I was just making a point. Internet connection being equal, the generic apps (Safari, Mail, iChat) are all simple enough to run at basically same speed on a Powerbook G4 as they do on a brand new MacPro.

    I predict MBPs will be out sooner than you might think, otherwise Apple risks being scoffed at by the technology community

    I'm sure we'll see them soon too, if only because it's been a while since the last MBP refresh. But the people who are clamoring or saying that the tech community will scoff at Apple are mistaken. We all bitch and moan because we want the latest, but whenever it comes, even if it's in January, we'll all still buy because at the end of the day the processor is only a piece of the puzzle. Apple is head and shoulders better than everyone else, so those of us in the know will always buy... they've built more than enough confidence over the past few years to earn the technology community's trust.





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  • silentnite
    Apr 27, 09:26 AM
    Iphones small display has always been one of the cons to owning such a nice phone. Ipod touch as well benefit from a bigger display.





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  • alphamale
    Apr 7, 03:53 AM
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  • iGary
    Sep 28, 10:49 AM
    Well I got it back today (tried it out at the Genius Bar before I left the store) and it's working brilliantly.

    Now I have to change my whole workflow again. :(





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  • kiljoy616
    May 4, 06:16 AM
    :rolleyes: iPad 3

    Retina :cool:
    Quad Core :cool:
    Pixie dust coated. :D





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  • iMeowbot
    Oct 28, 04:59 PM
    Didn't the Open Darwin project get shut down a few months back already?
    Yes, that project closed down, but OpenDarwin, and the associated Web site, and the decision to give up, were all independent of Apple.

    I don't like the concept of Apple loosing its open kernel due to someone reading between the lines on what is legal and what is right. Thats sad.

    This is really the same thing that was being done by the earlier project. The claim from Apple all this time has been that Darwin (but not the higher level OS X stuff) is open source; this is supposed to be happening.





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  • Surely
    Apr 13, 01:34 PM
    Yeah the name is slightly awkward :D

    And that logo.......I guess the arrow is showing you where to stick it?:eek::D





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  • Daringescape
    Nov 16, 04:48 PM
    This is off topic, but I was down in San Diego a while ago and saw some iMacs in a hotel lobby with a screen that let you choose between Windows and osX. I have seen boot camp so I know you see 2 different disks when you boot, but these were a windows icon and an osX icon you could click on.

    Has anyone else seen this?





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  • eemsTV
    May 3, 09:25 PM
    magic!





    acearchie
    Aug 1, 08:43 AM
    Ohhh :( everyone should be able to benefit from the beautiful iTunes music store... But i wish apple would hurry up in getting tv shows to the other stores!!!

    I would buy buy buy its so simplistic! LOl





    elppa
    Jan 27, 06:42 PM
    Well, I'll grade myself:

    [1] Lot's of puff about how well Apple is doing. Good news gospel on the iPhone. Pie Charts and bar charts, some early mention of sales figures.

    Well we got this 1/1

    [2] Leopard talk � Apple haven't had an expo since the Leopard launch. Expect some interesting apps (3rd parties, almost certainly some mention of Office '08, possibly Bento) and talk of the capabilities and technologies in the new OS. We may get an update (10.5.2) and in it some surprises (whether it be QT 8, Java 6) or some iPhone technologies (error correction when typing) intergrated). Also look out for news on a how users will be exposed to the resolution independent UI. This may be particually impotant if number 5 on the list is being launch. Apple also said they'd be ready by '08.

    Apple talked about Leopard - 2/2
    Mention of Office '08 - 3/3
    Other 3rd Party Apps - 3/4
    Talk through technologies and capabilities of Leopard - 3/5
    10.5.2 Update - 3/6
    QT 8 - 3/7
    Java 6 - 3/8
    iPhone technologies in Leopard - 3/9
    Res independence - 3/10

    [3] Beetles on iTunes (at last!). This will lead into the the Music section of the keynote.

    Not a whisper - 3/11

    [3] iTunes Movie Rentals and iTunes 8 (UPDATE: Looks more likely to be a 7.6 release now.). Talk of the interplay between hardware-software, leading to the introduction of the:

    Movie Rentals - 4/12
    New iTunes - 5/13

    [2] new TV + Apple Remote (in metal and using a similar clickwheel to the nano (you heard it here first)). Not sure were TV is headed, so I will not make too many predictions on this.

    New Tv - 6/14
    Same old white, plastic remote - 7/15

    [5] MacBook Nano (possibly left to the end). It may have a pixel density considerably higher than current machines.
    A bit more on this from here:
    Quote:
    [1] The drive will be a bus powered FW800 Super Drive. And you will pay for it, it won't be included in the box because:
    [i] Some may have existing external burners they would rather use.
    [ii] It would make the box bigger. Bigger, heavier boxes means more expensive shipping.
    [iii] Apple will get to make even more money on each sale from people buying the matching optical drive.

    [2] The ultra portable will retail for < $1600 (�1400/�1800) and be called the MacBook Nano.
    [3] The MBP will get a facelift and a new keyboard to match the MacBook/new Apple Keyboard
    And back to this one:

    They gave it a better name, no nano - 7/16
    Same pixel density as regular MacBooks - 7/18
    No Firewire, let only FW 800 on the Air - 7/19
    Drive not included - 8/20
    US price - 8/21
    UK price - 9/22
    EU price - 10/23
    New MacBook Pro - 10/24

    That seems like enough. I have a sneaky suspicsion we may see a new app, because Apple likes writing Apps and they haven't done a new Applications in a long time (apart from Numbers). Apps are important to Apple because they drive the adoption of hardware.

    New App - 10/25

    Here's what we may not see:
    [1] iPhone SDK, I think this may get a special event at another time.
    [2] Any pro products (Mac Pro, Cinema displays) (UPDATE: Well we've already had the Mac Pro, so this is technically a correct prediction � even before the expo even begins!).

    No iPhone SDK - 11/26
    No pro products - 12/261


    So all in all a fairly decent 46% success. As is normally the case I tend to hope for too much new. Some of my predictions I completely stand behind and I think we will see them another day. This year I believe we will see:

    - Res Independence UI being exposed to user via System Preferences.
    - Java 6 on OS X.
    - New Apple remote
    - New keyboard on MacBook Pro
    - A new application from Apple.





    iW00t
    Jan 12, 01:09 AM
    That guy was an orphan who made himself into a billionaire with no help from anyone. Until you can do the same he has every reason to be smug.

    Even Bill Gates, for what it is worth, grew up in a nice sheltered family with rich parents.





    AppleScruff1
    Apr 23, 09:21 PM
    Don't you mean "Oh yay, another rip off of Steam, XBLA store, Impulse, Gamersgate, PSN, WiiWare or [insert any of the other app download stores that existed years before any of Apple's download stores]."

    Hmm?

    How quickly they forget, or most likely never knew. Some here think that Apple invented the wheel. :D

    Back on topic, I hope that Microsoft listens to their users and lets everyone who want to download the beta and give their feedback. It seems to have worked well for W7.





    dalvin200
    Sep 12, 06:36 AM
    I cant believe how much press Apple is getting. It was never like this before. IE. when the battery recall was on the news, the BBC/ITV were camped outside of Regent street's Apple store talking about the batteries and what went wrong and what not, even though Dell was involved too. Bit harsh I think.

    But, it still suprises me about people and their iPods. I was at college the other day and someone had their iPod out. I pulled my first Gen iPod out my pocket and said "Now this is old school. You can only use this with a Mac" and the student said to me "Whats a Mac?"

    After explaining that the iPod is made by a company called Apple, which has made PC's since the 70/80s, he then replied... "oooh, those computers are rubbish"

    yeah, whatever you say mate...

    EDIT: sorry, just a rant really... but on topic!

    HAHAHAHA.. i hate that ignorant type!! ok, i've only switched to a mac at home, but used them loads at uni..

    i dread to see how tonights news splashes all over the tech pages of bbc/itv/sky news etc.. tomorrow morning and how the ignorant masses react.



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