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1998 Ford Focus 5 Door

1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 1998 Ford Focus 1.8lx 5 Door Silver Long Mot Tax

  • 1998 Ford Focus 1.8lx 5 Door Silver Long Mot Tax



  • Josias
    Oct 23, 07:45 AM
    yes baby. give me my mormom MBP!:D

    I stopped wondering whether they'll come at all...;)





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. Back to 2011 Ford Focus 5 door
  • Back to 2011 Ford Focus 5 door



  • umu
    Jan 1, 05:46 PM
    How about some kind of iSight?





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. All-new Ford Focus comes to UK
  • All-new Ford Focus comes to UK



  • elppa
    Jan 11, 04:56 PM
    Intriguing.

    Maybe the �Air� branding is taking a que from the sucess of one of Apple's international partners, O2.

    It's certainly something different from the obvious nano/mini/thin branding that people are expecting.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. for FORD FOCUS 3 / 5 DOOR
  • for FORD FOCUS 3 / 5 DOOR



  • imnotatfault
    Aug 19, 09:30 AM
    I really hope it's a new device (maybe with some storage for songs or whatever else you want) that will give you what you guys seem to want without making my purchase of the new "true" video iPod cost me in the range of $600 - $700 for new "features" I - and I think many others - have no desire to use.

    If they go the aforementioned route, they need to keep a dedicated iPod so that the price point stays down. Seems like they'd have the common sense to just know to do that, but you never know sometimes..





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. Used Ford Focus Zetec, 2.0TD,
  • Used Ford Focus Zetec, 2.0TD,



  • zin
    Mar 24, 02:38 PM
    Please don't put an AMD 5XXX series into the new iMacs! :(





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. Ford Focus 1.6 Ghia Auto 4
  • Ford Focus 1.6 Ghia Auto 4



  • yg17
    Mar 19, 11:16 PM
    For the sake of consistency with the App Store and its censorship policies, it should be removed for containing offensive, disgusting content.

    I don't think it should be removed, and I don't think many other apps that have been removed should be removed. I just think Apple should censor consistently or not censor at all.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. FORD FOCUS ZETEC 5 Door
  • FORD FOCUS ZETEC 5 Door



  • guez
    Aug 29, 11:04 AM
    This is exactly what I predicted would happen when Apple went Intel. Now that Macs can be compared component for component with Wintel machines and new hardware is coming out every month, everyone is worked up about keeping up with latest thing at the best possible price and getting increasingly frustrated with Apple's unwillingness to create a product line with 10000 different machines that each compete with dollar for dollar and component for component with every other machine on the market. Meanwhile, we have people talking about $299 machines with DVD burners (AND Windows? I'd like to see THAT!).

    If you're so concerned about keeping up with the Jones, just buy a Dell, already.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. hatchback (3 and 5-door),
  • hatchback (3 and 5-door),



  • Aeroflux
    Mar 28, 03:53 PM
    I stopped reading at "silky smooth 30fps". What the hell? Is this "silky smooth" for a timely epileptic? Talk about hype. I'm looking forward to the NGP more than anything else for portable gaming. I've been waiting for dual joysticks on a portable since playstation. Ironic, since Sony is the king of hype. Apple advertises games as part of their platform, yet doesn't have one accessory for gaming...and how many accessories for everything else? Screw that bipolar approach.

    "Microsoft announced the Kinect would extend the life of the 360 by 5 years, and PS3 launched with the intention of a 10 year life span. "

    This is just a misnomer for an era of 32x hardware to thrive in place of new consoles. It's killed console gaming for me. 30fps is a relic. It was mildly entertaining when, year after year, gamers defended it in light of shiny graphics. Now it's just embarassing.

    Every now and then I rent a console game and end up setting it aside before beating it; because a nine foot screen and 30fps interactive media with a ton of screen tear does NOT mix well unless you include vomit and/or motion sickness. Then it's chunky goodness to the last dry heave.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 2012 Ford Focus 5-door
  • 2012 Ford Focus 5-door



  • jettredmont
    Apr 12, 09:52 PM
    Who thinks that they'll eliminate Final Cut Express and lower the price of Final Cut Pro? iMovie seems to serve the "express crowd" while FCP would be within reach of the semi-pro demographic if the price were around $300.

    That would be a good move, but I'm not convinced Apple would do it. I think it's fairly likely that Final Cut Express goes away, perhaps replaced with mid-priced Final Cut components (ie, pieces of the Final Cut Studio package).

    Should know soon enough though (at least on FCP pricing structure; FCE has always lagged behind FCP since it first came out).





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 1998 Ford Focus 5 Door.
  • 1998 Ford Focus 5 Door.



  • lordonuthin
    Dec 14, 06:26 PM
    You are #103 cruncher for the hole project, whao!
    And actually #1 and #2 are default user, not real...
    Impressive.

    Can't wait for Gulftown Mac Pros and SMP2 (maybe 60k PPD with one machine?).

    Thanks!

    The Gulftowns, SMP2 and GPU3 will make for an impressive bump in PPD I hope. It will be interesting to see, I'm hoping some overhead will get cleaned up as well.

    I wonder what companies besides Apple will get their software ported for Grand Central/OpenCL in the next year? Lots of potential there.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 1998 Ford Focus 1.8lx 5 Door Silver Long Mot Tax
  • 1998 Ford Focus 1.8lx 5 Door Silver Long Mot Tax



  • aiqw9182
    Mar 25, 12:15 PM
    The SB documentation says it supports Compute Shader 4, a subset of the DirectX 11 level Compute Shader 5.

    What that means in terms of OpenCL, I don't know.

    Intel said they'll continue to evaluate OpenCL during 2011.
    It doesn't mean anything, as I've noted about three times already.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. Ford Focus #39;Atomic#39; Wide Arch
  • Ford Focus #39;Atomic#39; Wide Arch



  • apb3
    Aug 31, 10:12 AM
    Blue sky on wireless? Think a device which works out presence of others, and can connect safely.

    Imagine being able to *share* (not stream, but share) your tunes with others on a "I'm interested in your... can I share/get that from you).

    This goes beyond fair use and would not be legal. Just because I buy a song or CD, movie whatever does not mean I can give it to all my friends. I'm sure you didn't mean that

    If you want to use up all your authorized machines (what is it? 5 now?) for a few friends to listen to a few songs every once in a while - I guess that would be arguably OK, but I think it would still go beyond fair use rules.

    Being on the tube/commuting for ~ 1 1/2 hours a day or so and seeing >6 ipods through glancing for white buds alone, the possiblities are huge.

    What are net connections used mostly for (in terms of Mb up/down) It's P2P. There wouldn't be any roaming charges, any peak rates. You could do it in a lecture room, whilst you were studying, or having coffee with friends (sharing tunes, rather than listening )

    Think one big interacting social darknet :D Think virality without PC's needed.
    Someone has a cool tune, and it could replicate exponentially!

    For more benefits: Linking up to USB wireless receiver chips - you can wireless move files to/from PC.

    Hands free driving - using changeable function paddles/butons on the steeering wheel. Hell - You could have a HUD of iTunes on a car soon (or at the very least, hook it up to those screens in the back of those orrible 4x4s )

    In terms of illegal possibilities, think discogs. The amount of music you'll bump into increases a lot, so the rarer stuff might be out there. You could strike up a friendship with someone who had say, the entire back catalogue of (insert your fave band/movie/TV series). People could be walking lossless discographies of current artists. A discog of an artist is at most probably under 10Gig, so for a >60Gig player...

    Who needs radio when you can stream? You could get it to actively hunt for a MP3 id tag genre - rock/pop, or highly rated artists. You could have the function to hunt for certain artists/songs...

    That's another reason why I want wireless.

    All this still does not tip the scales in terms of cost/benefit. Wireless will eat up your battery. It will be clumsy and frustrating (I would really hate for the new Streets single to break off midway through because iPod girl gets off at her stop or walks out of range). Also, I would not be thrilled adding drain to my battery by engaging sharing/wireless just so a bunch of strangers can mooch off of me. If my friend wants to listen to a song I have there are many ways he can do so without adding cost to the iPod and my time by having to charge the iPod all the time to make it possible in the first place

    As for wireless sync... why? My god man, if we've come to the point where putting the iPod in its base is too difficult, we're screwed. Maybe there'd be the odd time when you forgot your cable or dock on a trip but that should be a rare enough occurence. If you find you always forget your cables, get an extra. You're also not addressing that you'd need that cable or dock for charging anyway (especially since you're going to be using that wireless feature to kill your battery much more quickly).

    The chance that someone with an iPod (who also happens to be willing to kill their battery for my enjoyment) will be in range long enough for me to enjoy a few x-ray specks or spacemen 3 tracks are, in my opinion, close to nil.

    The car options using wireless make some degree of sense (you'd be able to charge the unit by the cig lighter at least), but this seems better addressed by car/stereo makers. They're already doing it. Theree are also adapters for sale that do this.

    I don't have all I need yet in this area but hooking my iPod up to the charger/FM transmitter I have let's me use the steering wheel controls for everything except the menu/scrolling bits (I know that's a big thing but I've got it set up so the iPod in it's charger/transmitter is right next to my knee and easier to manipulate than a cell phone and no harder than using the controls on the radio that are not available on the steering column). The HUD would be cool, though, and would make me a safer driver... I always wanted a HUD for my car. I think Cadillac actually had a model with an optional HUD for the main instrument panel items a while back. I wonder why more auto makers don't do this... or do they and I am just ignorant?

    All in all, I just don't see enough good in adding wireless (of whatever kind) to the iPod to justify it. Now, a non-iPod (new) product that had wireless with a limited music/photo/video feature set (iPhone?, iBerry?) might be on the horizon. That wouldn't be bad as it would give those you feel the same as you the option to get their much needed "wireless," while letting others enjoy the most elegant, easy to use media player on the market without the bloat.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 1998cc. 5 Door, Hatchback
  • 1998cc. 5 Door, Hatchback



  • ericmooreart
    Apr 21, 12:51 PM
    Does this really surprise anyone? Genius, Ping, App store. Apple has been Big Brother for a long time.

    Did you know every time you use the calculator on your mac it dials out to Apple? That's right the calculator.:confused: I block it and much more with Little Snitch. Wish they made it for Apples mobile products





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. Ford Focus 2012 Hatchback
  • Ford Focus 2012 Hatchback



  • VPrime
    Jan 5, 10:21 PM
    Sounds good then, but keep in mind the sheer downtime you will have, even if you do the repairs yourself.

    FTR my E36 was a complete cream puff, one owner, full service records and regular maintenance--and it was the biggest piece of crap I ever had. I unloaded it needing $4500 worth of work, on top of the massive piles of money I had to throw into it over my four years.

    Good luck, but you have been warned.;)
    heh down time is nothing. My last toy was down for 2 years ;)





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 2004 Ford Focus Tdci 5door
  • 2004 Ford Focus Tdci 5door



  • tny
    Aug 7, 08:11 AM
    Let me steer this off topic real quick. I have read before that Apple has two OS teams so "in theory" Leopard would, in fact, be Panther 2.0 and 10.7 would be Tiger 2.0. Again, in theory� Can someone clear that up?


    Nope. Here's how it works, usually (not saying this is what Apple does, but nearly everyone else does this, so ...). You've got one master codebase, called the "trunk." Everyone works with that. When it's time to start working toward a release candidate, you copy off the code base and create what's called a "branch."

    Changes to the trunk are rarely back-ported to the branch (it usually depends upon whether they are bug fixes or new features; bug fixes, often are back-ported if they aren't risky; new features almost never); any changes to the branch which are relevent to the trunk *are* ported to the trunk (since most of them are bug fixes, and the rest are probably new features whose loss might be noticed in the next release).

    The branch keeps being used by one team that is working on, let's say, Tiger, right up through the release and during maintenance (10.4.1, 10.4.2, 10.4.3, etc. are all from the branch, not from the trunk), while another team keeps working on the trunk until the time they branch (10.5 Alpha) the next release (let's say Leopard). When the newer branch hits release, one of two things happen: either the team that did the development on the new branch continues doing maintenance (10.5.1, 10.5.2, 10.5.3), or the group that was doing maintenance on the earlier release does maintenance on the new branch and the folks who designed the new branch go back to work on the trunk until it's time to branch again (10.6, let's call it Lion). Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages.

    I'm guess this it what is meant by "Apple has two teams working on OS X." Two teams, but only one code base trunk. And thus 10.4 is derived from 10.3, not 10.2.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 2004 Ford Focus Tdci 5door
  • 2004 Ford Focus Tdci 5door



  • lejudicieux
    Nov 26, 11:30 PM
    The only thing that irritates the **** out of me, Is the members here on MacRumors, I've been through this type of crap before, Apparently everyone was bullied as a child or something because when ANYONE says something that isn't correct or seems "odd" people here jump on them and make sure to rub whatever it is in their face.


    People on the internet use blatant trolling and flaming so easily, but I can tell you that they would never do it in actual person given the chance. It's easy to act badass on the internet. They're pathetic and still talking about it pages later.

    Hold your head high and be proud of your case; most of these morons treat their gadgets/etc like they're toys with no regard.

    Don't loose faith in the internet, some of us are decent people.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 2004 Ford Focus Tdci 5door
  • 2004 Ford Focus Tdci 5door



  • Schnebar
    Jan 13, 01:39 AM
    So the only way to use a thumb drive or download photos from a camera or sync your iPod/iPhone is through your dock when you're at home???

    This IS the most ridiculous thing I've heard in a while.

    Yeah I guess there are a lot of problems with this.

    But how cool would it be if the sides were completely clean. Maybe they could have a USB and audio output one the side that has a cover that slides over when it is not being used.

    I remember when wifi came out and there were all of these commercials about how there were no wires.

    But now there will never be any wires ever.

    I am just wishful thinking and do not actually know about the complexity that this kind of charging entails but it sounds cool if it worked.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. Ford Focus 5 door Petrol
  • Ford Focus 5 door Petrol



  • mrgreen4242
    Sep 6, 10:30 AM
    Is it just me, or does the $599 mini *not* let you configure it with a DVD burner?

    I came to post the same thing. So you have to pay $150 (price after matching the 80gb HDD) for a SD? Lame. Ya I know you get a faster CPU - put by what, 9%? Big whoop. At least the old mini line up made sense. $200 and you get an extra core, bigger HDD, and a SD... now you get 9%. Bah. If they had dropped the price $100 I would have been all over it.

    You can get the 1.66ghz Duo w/ SD and 80gb HDD for $649 refurb still - if it had been $599 I would have jumped, but I'm kinda waiting now. Tell ya' what Apple, give me the 2.0ghz iMac guts in a box, no screen, for $899 EDU ($999 retail) and I'll be the first in line.





    1998 Ford Focus 5 Door. 2012 Ford Focus 5 Door
  • 2012 Ford Focus 5 Door



  • petteri
    Aug 17, 06:56 AM
    Very interesting. Wonder why they did a "wobbly" geo-synch, and how their receivers cope with it. I'd guess it's a cost-related thing, but maybe there's an engineering reason for it (certainly does keep at least one bird near-vertical within the US at all times ...) Note that XM is depicted there as a "true" stationary orbit above the equator.

    In any case, still, you're not going to see those satellites from Bombay, no matter how long and hard you look, without a really big mirror ...

    That's exactly why they did it. The higher the "look angle" ,the fewer drop outs of the signal there are due to something (tall building) blocking the signal. It cut the cost of building repeaters in every nook and cranny of every urban area. Although now with the new portable unit they have been putting more of these up. An added benefit of the orbit is that those three people living in Northern Canada can get a signal!

    I don't think Apple is concerned so much about not being able to sell a Sat ready iPod outside North America. It's more about how to integrate the Satellite service into a revenue stream for iTunes. If they can find a way to make cash with satellite radio, it will happen.





    Mattsasa
    Mar 24, 02:49 PM
    Please don't put an AMD 5XXX series into the new iMacs! :(

    Why not????





    NicoleRichie
    Apr 20, 01:56 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Only rare in the US. Most rentals I have had in the last year out of the US are stick. Taugt myself how to drive a manual by "borrowing" my friends dads Shelby mustang for let's say joy rides... Don't tell him, only my mates mom knows.





    MacFly123
    Mar 25, 05:03 PM
    I recall some of the naysayers around here not even a year ago stating that such a device would never be suitable for gaming. And here we are. With HD output to your TV.

    Vision, people. Vision.

    Playing that game with the HDMI dongle thingy hanging off an iPad looks, um, not ideal. Now, if it could stream it using AirPlay.

    The Future of video games? This looks awesome, and works great with a racing game that can show you the course on the iPad. Just wish I could run this on my Original Ipad :(
    Will this work over Airplay with the Apple TV, obviously in 720p?

    Once they enable the use of other iOS devices as wireless controllers then i'll be interested.

    And just like that, Apple has snuck itself into the living room game console biz.

    AMEN! :D Get this on all iOS devices with the A5 and integrated with the new Apple TV with the A5 and AirPlay and WOW!!! Not just games either, I think apps on the AppleTV will be some sort of hybrid between devices and you will be able to AirPlay the apps to your TV!

    This is going to change everything, AGAIN! :cool:





    eNcrypTioN
    Mar 22, 06:52 PM
    I knew they wouldn't get rid of the classic. Something about just being able to put my entire music collection on one device keeps me coming back for more. The iPod touch doesn't come close to having as much storage space of the classic which is why I'll continue to keep purchasing iPod classics. And also, if I wanted a device like the iPod touch I would just buy the iPhone instead.





    Fubar1977
    Apr 17, 10:46 AM
    The German and Japanese stuff seems to be the best from a quality point of view.

    My Mitsubishi had a really nice old-school auto box in it.



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