Tuesday, 10 May 2011

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  • Chundles
    Mar 31, 06:56 AM
    1. iCal is pug fugly.

    2. After 10.4,5,6 and now 7 the Dashboard widgets still don't stay put.

    3. Still buggy. For example - I just had to restart Safari to type in this field.

    It does feel very slick though, app launch times, the smoothness of the animations and scrolling all make the machine feel MUCH faster than it does in Snow Leopard.

    I'm yet to try any of this with a regular mouse but damn we're going to be selling a lot of Magic Trackpads.

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  • CIA
    Apr 12, 08:16 PM
    Appleinsider jumped the gun a few hours ago and posted a nice article about the "new" final cut 7. Complete with info on the FCS that has been out for 2 years.... lol

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  • tablo13
    Sep 24, 05:22 PM
    Something I noticed about my Grip Vue today. The back seems to be collecting quite a bit of germs (dirt, etc.). For those of you who use a Mighty Mouse, think about how that collects dirt, but on a case.

    Does it affect the iPod touch itself?

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  • Rocketman
    Jan 2, 11:24 AM
    Thereby adding $300 to the price...? Doesn't seem likely.
    Need four cores? Buy a Mac Pro.

    Since Intel is releasing the 2.0 Ghz C2Q chip this week, it seems likely to find its way into an iTV and/or iMac device. That's four cores on the cheap.


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  • Unspeaked
    Sep 1, 02:05 PM
    How big and small an iMac would consumers actually want? 50"? 10"?

    Will we eventually see an ad with Verne Troyer and Yao Ming working side-by-side on their big and small desktop Macintoshes?

    I'd take a 72" iMac.

    Like some said earlier, anything above 23"s would be prfect as a TV replacement.

    You have the remote, the wi-fi, the DVD (possibly Blu Ray) player - who wouldn't want a 72" LCD TV that does all THAT and can also be used as a computer??

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  • islanders
    Dec 27, 09:35 PM
    I�m waiting on buying a HD DVD or BlueRay until the price comes down, so I could see iTV offering a HD alternative, and filling that niche.

    Two premium channels cost $20 a month so iTV would sell you the device to steam movies, some broadcast, download like Tivo, so you wouldn�t need a Blueray or HD DVD.

    What else could be practical? Of course it will have a hard drive� a cable box DVR has a hard drive.

    If it also has the ability to surf the web and run a word processor, handle video from DVR and digital camera, I�ll get one�

    That is if the price is about $500.

    Some unanswered questions are where are they going to get the bandwidth to do all this? You will have to have a cable subscription, perhaps just a basic subscription, but even then bandwidth is limited.

    They will need their own satellite, if they really want to compete. But that would make them iDish? hmmm

    This could be very interesting. I have often wondered why all the cable companies and satellite companies are within $5 pricing difference of each other? Is this the rock bottom competitive price so they can break even or are these prices fixed?

    I would love to get rid of so many commercials. I�m paying $78 a month for basic digital subscription and have to use a DVR to record programs so I can zap though the commercials.

    Obviously I don�t know what the limitiatoins are here for an iCast or iDish, and anticipate something like a TiVo that can surf the web, upload video, and download HD.

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  • Sbrocket
    Jan 12, 04:33 AM
    Geez, everyone looks over the simplest and most obvious interpretation to speculate on services that no one has seen proof for. Wimax and all this other stuff is reaching...why are you trying so hard? The MacBook Air is called such because, anyone? Bueller? Bueller?, it is so thin and light. Get it? There's something in the air...the new product? All this is reading way too much into it. I've seen stuff from analyzing the typeface to find the hidden meaning to Apple changing its logo (what??) to Wimax service built in <insert product here> get the picture. Stop reading too much into it.

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  • Eric-PTEK
    Mar 24, 10:59 PM
    I would replace my Hack Pro with a Mac Pro if I had my choices of video cards.

    With dual processors and VM's I'd just run 2 30" screens, one with osX, one with Win7 in a VM.

    This is the biggest deficiency that Apple has.

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  • OnceUGoMac
    Nov 28, 09:56 AM
    I was in FYE last night, and out of curiosity, asked the sales assistant how they were selling. They hadn't sold a single one. I guess it is too early to tell. However, we joked that to many people iPod is the name for all mp3 players, kind of like Kleenex for tissues, and Coke for soda.

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  • iSamurai
    Mar 22, 08:23 PM
    They should make brief questions to Steve Jobs the same way he answers:

    Q: Apple killing iPod?

    Sent from my iPhone

    A: We have no plans to

    Sent from my iPhone


    You reckon he actually responds to fan mails on his iPhone? :D

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  • tuartboy
    Nov 28, 10:10 AM
    "Microsoft is going to put tons of money in this over time, much like they did with the Xbox" video game console, she said. "It's not about the first generation (of devices)."

    Isn't the non-360 version of the Xbox the first generation?

    Didn't it sell very well?

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  • Gurubarry
    Apr 13, 02:42 AM
    I second this.

    Me too, I gave up FCE when my new mini mac wouldn't run it , then imovie after I spent hours trying to work with SD card captured HD footage . So ,perhaps I may be able to return to mac editing without firing up my hacked imovie HD suite . I hope so , but another $300 each time the OSX is changed is not encouraging me at the moment .

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  • aiqw9182
    Mar 25, 09:17 AM
    Why doesn't the IGP have OpenCL support?

    Because the Sandy Bridge IGP was not designed to do any sort of GPGPU work, point blank. We will have to wait for Ivy Bridge(next major release from Intel after Sandy Bridge) for GPGPU/OpenCL support on Intel's IGP.

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  • Rot'nApple
    Apr 2, 08:06 PM
    I really like this ad. Maybe this will be the new direction of Apple's marketing?

    I liked the ad too. It seems Apple was finally addressing the bazillion iPad wannabes and to some extent the gazillion iPhone wannabes, who's commercials tout the latest tech specs or a keyword like 'lightening fast' but yet fail to demo the everyday usefulness. Something Apple has long touted in its iPhone commercials let alone their iPad ones.

    Beat that Xoom! I don't want to feel cacooned by my tablet and I don't want my eyes turning into the next Terminator. I want technology to get out of the way and just work while the ad points to what would be useful if I purchase one.

    Apple, for it's iOS devices, have nailed that roadmap! :cool: :apple:

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  • apb3
    Aug 16, 12:21 PM
    there is a destinct difference between 'sharing' and 'synching'.

    Exactly! Now maybe you see my first point.

    And, your "solution" to fingerprinting libs could, very well I believe, impact this other distinct feature.

    It makes no sense to "share" from an iPod (or to one for that matter) - costs are too high as pointed out ad nauseum (see above posts yet to be refuted).

    Making it an iPod w/ AirTunes would cannibalize sales of ATEs and also - again - be too expensive from a power standpoint unless you tether your iPod to a charger defeating one of the great bonus points of wireless. Or get a dock for the TV - oh wait, you've again made the "wireless" not so wireless - and redundant...

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  • Sbrocket
    Jan 11, 11:34 PM
    How about MacBook Zephyr
    MacBook Breeze
    MacBook Frizbee

    Now those REALLY sound bad. Air isn't so bad, this is just the typical reaction people get after a release of..."Oh man, this is the end of the world...the name sucks, where's this feature we made up, why doesn't it solve world hunger, I hate the design."

    Maybe people will learn to lower their expectations a little, hype stuff less, and be pleasantly surprised when the next big thing comes out that actually meets reasonable expectations without discouraging you by not meeting unreasonable ones. (That wasn't to you specifically, by the way, just a general statement.)

    Edit: I thought about it again...MacBook FRIZBEE? You know what you do with a Frizbee, no? Plus, most frizbees are thicker than even a MBP.

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  • Compile 'em all
    Sep 6, 09:28 AM
    Comparing the prices of the new iMacs and the Mac mini is absurd. The killer
    feature of the mini is its form factor. Wake me up when you can use an iMac
    as a file/download server placed in your desk drawer.

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  • JackAxe
    Mar 25, 06:44 PM
    This is LAME and I'm say that in the nicest most passive agressive way. ;)

    I'm coming from the standpoint of someone that owns a G25 racing wheel, a Track IR 5 head tracker, and racing games and sims all of which support my toys. Games that run dead-locked at 60 fps -- as I enable what's called VSYNC --- at a substantially higher detail level than any low-powered GPU/CPU can currently muster.

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  • Willis
    Aug 6, 09:00 PM
    Hasta la Vista, Vista

    classic!! I want to see a pic!

    Sep 1, 12:29 PM
    if not, how am I supposed to convice my wife this time?:D

    It seems you can convince her of almost anything ;)

    Apr 3, 02:43 PM
    let it go about microsoft, they won, get over it. It just seems petty to hold on to some nonexistent fight for something that has already been decided. Both companies make lots of money. Just out of curiosity what industry sector do you work in because it's apparently not the IT space.

    This is the key word here.

    Apple's priority is to delight the user. Now "delight" invokes a lot things - some emotional, tactile, things which might even be disparate.

    But when you apply that priority to consumer tech, it brings together a lot of requirements to achieve this - how the device must feel; how it must look - say, on a stylish glass table or beside modern sculpture; how the UI should function; colours, fonts . . . the list goes on.

    This is why Apple is so successful. They don't focus on bringing to market a competing device that ranks high on spec sheets. They simply focus on how to delight the user.

    Thus, you get something like the iPad. While the competition still can't figure it out. Priorities, people . . . it's all about priorities.

    Apr 19, 02:18 PM
    Why would you want to use a SLOWER interface in the first place? As far as ports are concerned, TB should be able to work with everything (USB, FW etc.) anyway, provided the right adapters are used...

    I said nothing about wanting to use a slower interface. That would be silly.
    Do you think all future USB 3 peripherals will be compatible with TB via an adapter?
    That would be great, but why come out with USB 3 on a Mac at all?
    Or do you think Apple will skip a USB 3 port altogether?

    Jan 13, 02:58 PM
    The only reason i can see it being called Air is because its all wireless....i.e. it connects to its Docking station wirelessly via Ultrawideband wireless USB (which would also connect the External Optical), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc

    I still call BS though.

    That's along the lines of what I was thinking, a macbook without ethernet or phone jacks, can only get on the net via airport, for thinnesseseseses sake.

    Jun 22, 09:11 PM
    Ah yes. A porn free, tightly censored, code controlled desktop machine. That's what everyone wants right? :rolleyes:

    Actually maybe.


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