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  • macidiot
    Jul 19, 04:04 PM
    does it mean mac's desktop market share is climbing? 5%?

    It would appear so. Apple's computer sales rose faster than the overall market. But, most of those sales were laptops... so the desktop marketshare is probably falling ;)

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  • ZipZap
    May 3, 04:40 AM
    This concept might seem alien to a lot of MacRumours users, but being a 'switcher', the method of deleting any app on OS X currently seems very ad hoc. I've been a mac user now for about 4 years and yet the idea of having to delete an app by dragging it to the trash seems very... strange. You never know if you've deleted ALL of that program.

    Microsoft have managed to get one thing right in Windows. A specific tool (Add/Remove Programs) to delete a program. That's something that I genuinely feel is lacking in OS X and this idea of clicking and holding in LaunchPad makes sense. It's imple enough: most users who own an iPhone will have no trouble in adopting this method. And what's more, it makes it instantly accessible to anyone who uses a mac. In addition, it goes a step further than Microsoft. It avoids making more novice users from having to delve in to a complex window of settings. A step in the right direction? I think so!

    So personally, I think this is a very simple yet very effective change to make to OS X and should be a welcome sign of the things to come in Lion!

    I think this is fair but let me bottom line it.

    10 versions of Mac OS and no standard process for properly (and completely) removing apps?

    and...If dragging to the trash can is effective why do so many cleaner applications exist?

    Mac OS has some really cool features but also lack polish and refinement. This lack of refinement is based solely on apple's drive to not be like Windows.

    The new iOS approach to removal does not seem effective as I doubt this is a complete uninstall...probably just an background move to the trashcan. How many times have you removed apps from your phone then reinstalled them to find you previous data intact?

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  • Lesser Evets
    Apr 21, 11:20 AM
    I spy in my third eye.... a lead iPhone case on market in 3... 2... 1...

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  • Dagless
    Mar 25, 07:37 PM
    It's funny that this machine costs an awful lot, can potentially do an awful lot, yet the games are still lacking.
    In other news I recently bought a �25 game for my 6 year old (I think, a launch model) DS Lite and I've pumped more hours into that one game than all 50 or so of my iOS games combined.

    I've driven to the restaurant but I'm still waiting for my meal.

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  • Maimon Mons
    Nov 28, 12:02 PM is a link ( to the CNN review of the zune. I wouldn't be surprised if they were payed by Apple given how it ends.

    For what it's worth, the first zune on the list shows up at #21 at the moment. Out of the top 10, 8 are ipods and the other 2 are sandisk models. Zune is beaten out by the 80 GB ipod in addition to the cheaper models.

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  • Charlie Sheen
    Mar 24, 01:13 PM
    *Children Screaming in background

    Im no snob against AMD GPUS...but their CPU's are nearly 2 generations behind intel. I dont think Bulldozer is going to match the 1155 SB, much less the upcoming 2011 socket chips.

    What I want to see is a 27inch iMac with an HD 6970 2GB...Whoa whoa wee wow:eek:

    i also prefer intel over amd but i think the cheaper models may run on amd in some time

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  • cloudnine
    Nov 27, 01:42 PM
    This may pave the way to larger wide-screens.
    I would love to see a 40" widescreen.

    Because a 30" cinema display is too small? Because you want to consolidate your TV and computer displays? :confused:

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  • bubba451
    Nov 27, 01:53 PM
    It kills me that the least expensive Apple display is $700. I just can't justify the tax over a Dell display, and I'm amazed how others can. A Dell 2007WFP (their 20" widescreen display which uses the same panel that's found in Apple's 20") is $400. It also sports inputs for VGA, composite and S-Video. And for a Dell, the display is reasonably attractive.

    The Apple displays give you a shiny aluminum bezel, firewire routing, and software display controls. Is that enough to merit a 75% markup?

    So, I'm thrilled if this is true and Apple is putting out a less-expensive display option. But I'd love it if they brought the rest of their lineup into check with the competition.

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  • supermacdesign
    Jul 18, 09:50 AM
    I hope the rental thing is true--I don't want to own. I'm not with Steve Jobs on this one (assuming the rumors are true that he opposes rentals).

    Owning music downloads fits my habits/needs. Owning movie downloads does NOT. The vast majority of movies I watch I never see again. And I don't want to store big movie files long-term. And I don't want to pay a higher price! Lower the price and make it short-term. I like that better.

    For the few movies/shows I'd want to own, I want the discs (Blu-Ray preferred :) ) and the ability to take them to a friends' house.

    Also, if it's a rental model, I can be more forgiving on quality. They'd have to be better than iPod 320x240 (except, obviously, when played ON an iPod), but if they're a little bit short of DVD quality, I'd still be bored enough to seek instant gratification and rent some. The price would have to be right, of course. Netflix rentals cost about $2.50 each on my plan. For slightly-sub-DVD quality and near-instant delivery, I'd pay maybe $2. For FULL DVD quality I'd certainly be willing to match Netlflix's price, or even pay a little more (for iTunes convenience/speed).

    How often would I rent? Depends on selection... which means, probably not often :) At first. But it would be cool to see it grow to a collection that could rival Netflix.

    After all, I already do all my movie watching on my Mac (sometimes connected to TV).

    This is exactly how I feel about the situation. Renting is the key, and a $1.99 price point is perfect. The movies I purchased for $15 I almost never watch again, I am a sucker for impulse buying. I rent movies now for a buck at RedBox anything more that $2 isn't worth my time when I can have the disc in hand to watch when I want in beautiful DVD quality.

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  • alent1234
    Apr 22, 09:43 AM
    Why would Apple release an iMac refresh a couple of months before a new OS debuts? Also, this would be the FASTEST REFRESH IN APPLE HISTORY at 9 months.

    You all fell for the hype and made Bri@n T0ng (eat that SEO) and Sea-NET advertising revenue. :rolleyes:

    because a lot of people will buy the iMac and then 10.7 for another $29 or so. more money in their pockets

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  • hkim1983
    Oct 29, 08:31 PM
    Hi everyone, I just recently purchased an Ipod Touch 4G to replace my aging 1G, and have decided to buy a case to help protect my investment (to resell at a later time) this time to avoid the massive damage my 1G went through (long's not pretty anymore, but hey, it does work).

    My requirements are as follows:

    -It MUST protect the glass on the front if it were to fall face-down onto a hard surface. Now, I'm not expecting miracles here, but it has to offer some protection for this (if you're wondering, this is what happened to my 1G...).

    -It must protect the back from scratches and whatnot, but I assume most cases do this by default...

    -It must not compromise any ports/buttons at all.

    -It must not be too bulky.

    -This isn't a major thing, but I'd like to be able to open it up without too much of a hassle if the need arises.

    -I'm looking to spend between $20-25 at most.

    Right now, I've narrowed it down to the Griffen Reveal, Switcheasy Colors, and the iFrogz Luxe due to their overall positive reputations. Does anyone have any thoughts on the above 3? Does anyone have any other recommendations that I missed? Thanks.

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  • Stella
    Jan 12, 08:07 AM
    If this machine is truly is what the rumour suggests then what is the point?

    A thinner MacBook that doesn't have any CD drives?

    There has got to be some information that is missing.

    Cool name though!

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  • Yamcha
    May 2, 05:21 PM
    Whatever happened to Command-Delete?

    ....this is starting to look like Aero in Windows Vista.

    See any similarities?

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    lol true, infact the new buttons look similar to the ones found on Windows 7.. Anyway one thing that is annoying about Launchpad is that you cannot remove applications from the grid, sometimes you end up with uninstallers, and it just becomes a huge mess, would be nice if we could remove applications from Launchpad, not necessarily uninstalling them but just removing them from the grid..

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  • PowerGamerX
    Mar 24, 01:28 PM
    I wonder if we'll ever see AMD cpu's?

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  • cube
    Mar 24, 05:00 PM
    OpenGL is much more like Direct3D. A part of DirectX. DirectX is just a collection of multiple API's. DirectSound is like OpenAL for example.

    You seem to think that DirectX 10.1 cards can't support OpenCL. Well newsflash, they can. DirectX is irrelevant in this conversation not only because it has nothing to do with Mac OS X but because it also has nothing to do with what you're associating it with. The equivalent to OpenCL is DirectCompute.

    I am talking about graphics capabilities now.

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  • vand0576
    Sep 1, 01:23 PM
    iMac is already wildly popular. they have no reason for aggressive pricing.

    You must have missed my post on doing the price comparison a la the Mac Pro. I feel they should have to prove the "more expensive" myth wrong CLEAR across the board.

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  • LKir
    Jun 24, 05:29 AM
    We hope, Jobs said - many different iOS products later this year...

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  • JoEw
    Jun 22, 05:07 PM
    touch screen is usefull for mobile devices because you don't have any place to put a screen, mouse and keyboard. But desktops you have room for keyboard and mic so i don't see this happening in imacs.

    Steve said a D8, he believes that there will always be a place for desktops but a majority of our tasks will be done from tablets or mobile devices that are touch screen enabled.

    And there are just some things that require keyboard and mice! steve acknowledges that and so does the rest of the world.

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  • Hans Brix
    Apr 20, 04:58 PM
    Yes I can drive a standard car.

    I would like to clarify a few things for people who don't live in North America on why so many don't drive Standard. Most cars today can't be had with a standard and even it's available you'd be hard pressed to find one, most dealer lots don't stock them. Certain cars have them but most don't offer it in higher trim levels so your stuck with automatic if you want a nicer car ex: Lexus IS, Ford Focus, Honda Civic, Accord, many Hyundai's.

    I've noticed this more and more. Hate it.

    Sep 1, 03:53 PM
    What "This" is This? You need to include a link with your references please? We can't read your mind. :confused:
    I think "This" is this thread; "23-inch iMac on Sept 12th?".

    Mar 20, 10:13 PM
    Maybe Apple should ban all religious apps.
    That's for apple to decide.

    In a way, religion is very like homeopathy, since it pretends that something non-existant has the ability to cure/help/heal etc.
    I'll say it again: homeopathy is not directly harmful. Ex-gay therapy is.

    Like homeopathy, religion can encourage one to do nothing of value ('let's pray for Japan', 'let's try to cure cancer with just water') rather than something physical which actually has an effect. It could be construed as being dangerous and damaging in that sense.
    Again: how is that directly harmful? Directly. Harmful.

    Nov 27, 02:33 PM
    Sorry, that link doesn't say anything about the 20" monitors referenced in the original thread.

    The inference is that the technology used in the 20" versions of those displays is the same.

    Oct 23, 08:58 AM
    Orange enclosures and a scary, carved apple face for a Halloween Release!:D

    Sep 1, 01:22 PM
    these prices seem a lot more like what I was thinking. Wishful? maybe, but this would be aggressive pricing, not keeping the current 17" and 20" where they are and throwing the 23" way over their marks.

    Yeah, this is what I was thinking too. It's not so much that they're growing the iMac line and reaching towards the Mac Pro; rather, 23" is the new 20" and 20" is the new 17". Just the natural progression of things. And 17" definitely needs to be relegated to Education Only (I could see them being sold to some businesses too, perhaps), lest it either cannibalize the Mac mini at its too-reduced price, or seem like way too little for the money.


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