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  • TheKrillr
    Sep 5, 05:59 PM
    Yes I have..The only difference is I'm including the recording part.

    Well, one option would be for the video airTunes, to have an input + hardware Mpeg-2 encoding and stream it back to your computer onto your hard drive.

    This would be awesome, especially for rich people who can buy an xserve with xsan to store all their stuff on ;-) One tiny box in the living room, one huge fileserver in a backroom.

    But yes, you'd probably need to have Front Row or some such on the front end, on the video airTunes.

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  • Bomino
    Apr 25, 02:45 AM
    Because I actually care about my grandparents. They have done something genuine for me, they have cared for me, they have loved me, etc.

    this love you have for your grand parents is called conditional love. AKA the love of a spoiled brat. AKA fake love.

    EDIT: you know, if your parents thought of you this way, there would be absolutely no incentive to even want to feed you.

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  • FX120
    Apr 16, 12:50 PM
    Did you miss the USB to PS2 ports or are you just avoiding that? Are you also avoiding how I said it's too difficult for you to carry around an inch long adapter?

    You have a fundamental misunderstanding of how those adapters work. Going from thunderbolt to USB 3 would require active electronics embedded in the adapter. The $6 MDP to HDMI adapter is just copper internally because the signaling is compatible from the source.

    LOL, the drive he was using WAS 7200-RPM so I'm not even going to bother reading the rest of this paragraph.

    Again, you have a fundamental flaw in your argument that you're not addressing. It doesn't matter if the bus is capable of delivering massive speed when the source is incapable of serving data fast enough. Any single-drive enclosure that is currently available will be incapable of maxing out a USB 3 connection.

    Your assumption is based on comparing two different technologies and assuming they will fare the same. My assumption was comparing ADAPTER prices. How expensive do you think adapters are? :rolleyes:

    You can get them for super cheap if you know where to look.
    When they contain active electronics, they get expensive. Apple's own MDP to dual-link DVI adapter is a great example, at $99.00. USB 3 and Thunderbolt are not electrically compatible, and therefore it is impossible to have a simple copper-only dongle that has a TB port on one end, and USB on the other.

    Once again, YOU ARE BASING THIS ON PRESENT DAY SPEEDS THAT ARE ACHIEVABLE. This isn't a discussion about current theoretical limits, it's about the limits of the future because that's where these technologies will actually matter. The fact is that when we move to SSD transfer speeds USB 3 will get demolished.
    Then why do you keep pointing to that article as proof that USB 3 is incapable of reaching it's theoretical maximum?

    I never said it would go away. It said it will be used for the same things USB 2 is used for which is low bandwidth peripherals like mice which you don't need USB 3 for which is why it is essentially a useless upgrade.
    USB 2 is the universal standard for high speed devices. If you think otherwise, you must have never used a USB thumb drive.

    Yes, believe it or not we are talking about the future and the future for Thunderbolt looks a hell of a lot better than the future of USB 3 since it isn't locked at a certain bandwidth. Technology moves fast. The reason Intel decided to support USB 3 is simply because it is (as they said) complimentary to Thunderbolt. Once again you use Thunderbolt for things that need the speed and you use USB for low bandwidth peripherals.
    Thunderbolt in a copper implementation is capped at 10Gbs. For higher speeds, the physical connections become impractical for "normal" devices, which is why Intel designed TB as a transport bus, say for a single cable between a tower and a monitor, which would then break the TB bus back into it's component protocols, including USB 3.

    It has USB compatibility, hell it has compatibility with pretty much any IO on the planet. The connector is simply a means to an end and it scales much better for the future when said port is smaller.
    Which as I said above, makes it practical for a transport bus. For replacing USB? Not so much. Backwards compatibility alone will likely dictate the continual presence of USB 3 ports on virtually every computer for years to come.

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  • drumrobot
    May 3, 11:05 AM
    what about target display mode on the 21/24" models?

    There isn't a 24" model. That was discontinued years ago.

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  • morespce54
    Apr 4, 12:05 PM
    What would you do if someone was shooting at you?

    ...Eh, shoot back? But not in the head... A head shot, geez... That wasn't meant to stop him, that was meant to kill him...

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  • MacRumors
    Mar 29, 11:07 AM (

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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Sep 11, 12:10 AM
    I hear that again and again, but I just can't believe it.. was it just him? How could someone so far ahead drop the ball like that? I know, Palm and BeOS...

    Macnealy's ego got in the way....

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  • Yankee617
    Apr 20, 12:28 PM
    everyone here is on facebook, exposing their real names, friends, user uploaded photos that are under the control of facebook under the new TOS agreement, where they live, phone numbers, what they like, what they dislike, their status updates, etc.

    i'm not on facebook.

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  • lifeinhd
    Mar 23, 06:59 PM
    Just downloaded both mentioned in the article, thanks for the heads-up MR.

    Typical, guilty until proven innocent, isn't that always the way.

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  • Eidorian
    Aug 28, 12:11 PM

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  • logandzwon
    Mar 30, 01:18 PM
    iTunes is made by APPLE so of course its going to have application as the file names. Show a MS production that uses application as a term.

    Again why cant MS just call is their MobileApp store? Adding mobile to the front of app would solve their problems no?
    Or add WinApp Store. Why isnt MS doing that?

    Its because they want to take a shot at apple, its the only small victory they can get since osx is better than windows, and of course the ipod is better than their joke of am mp3 player Zune.

    That is MS Explorer calling the iTunes.exe file an Application. It has nothing to do with Apple. Anything ending in .exe will have the same description.

    It's all irrelevant to the conversation though... we are discussing "App Store" not "Application."

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Aug 23, 10:25 PM
    Still got to love the fact that Dell wouldn't do anything for the consumers without tha dang video hitting the net.

    Got to love customer relations :cool:

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 15, 08:37 PM
    Apple being a California based company certainly must know about the new law just signed that prohibits hand held cell phone use while driving a car. (Reasonable law if you ask me) with this new law we can assume the phone will have some kind of "hands free" interface. It would be very hard to sell a high end phone that can't be used in a car in California. Apple must know this, the law has been in the works for some time.

    As a Los Angeles resident, this makes me very happy. I've been following it, and I'm happy Arnold gave it his go-ahead.

    I'm sure Apple will also be selling loads of peripherals including hands free headsets. I have a bluetooth headset and I love it. Anyone who use's cell phones these days and doesn't use a cell phone is an idiot, IMO.

    Want to hear me really rant about this subject, go here...
    EDIT: I took the URL out becuase the link had a naughty word in it (and I don't want to get in trouble :) ). If you're interested in seeing my rant, feel free to PM me.

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  • scottgroovez
    Apr 25, 02:13 PM
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    2012 is a long way off. Buy now, enjoy it now and sell and upgrade when the time comes. I'm terrible for getting caught in the waiting game. You just wait for eternity.

    I'm not sure the pros will lose the DVD drive. It'll encroch into MBA territory and pros are meant more for industry use where the drives are useful.

    MBA for casual use. MBP where nothing is compromised.

    13 needs a better screen though. I've just bought my first 13 MBP and the soft resolution is a bit disappointing.

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  • Slix
    Apr 22, 11:48 AM
    Awesome. I want a current MBA, but they're a tad too much right now. This will lower those prices.

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  • tyzilla
    Sep 14, 10:38 PM
    Not sure why people would get excited about an iCamera. There are many excellent DSLRs out now from companies that have a lot more expertise in building cameras than Apple. I'd rather have a Canon Rebel XT or maybe that new Pentax.

    by the looks of the description he/she gave of the "iCamera" or "iDSLR," it was a joke. that's just my take though.

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  • radcity
    Apr 23, 09:24 PM
    i picked up a 13" air loaded about a month ago. I know the rumors about sandybridge would be out. But after the 13" pro's were screen neutered I sat down and decided that despite all the 'pro' level work I do an air would be fine. I was right and don't regret my purchase one bit. something new will always come out anyway.

    completely agree

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  • portishead
    Apr 30, 02:53 PM
    iMac with SSD is awesome. I want thunderbolt, but will probably wait until there are devices released.

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  • jz1492
    Nov 13, 03:25 PM
    So they "knew" they were Right after being told otherwise. :rolleyes:

    If I remember correctly, apps that get rejected multiple times experiment unusual delays in the approval process.

    Maybe they have never developed software for a client and so it is their way or else. Sad.

    If you want to develop for the highly rewarding AppStore you have to come to grips with the fact that it is a combination of both models -there is a client, Apple, and there are customers. Fail to please any of them at your own risk.

    On the other hand, new openings in a crowded marketplace are more of a good thing for everybody. Farewell, strong-headed developers! :D

    Apr 14, 03:28 PM
    But FW isn't mac only by choice or need. Abit, Asus, Gigabyte and others all offers boards with FW. It was a common feature for motherboard manufacturers for some time. Will TB be included in their low end boards? More then likely not but from mid tier to high end boards will have it.

    Very true, but in the end, USB2 won out.

    Apr 28, 05:24 PM
    Apple and MS haven't competed against each other since 1993. And back then it was still just on the OS.

    Apple has always competed against the entire Wintel PC market...not just Microsoft's Windows OS.

    It's all about 2 different business models, essentially centering at the OS:

    1)Apple makes, sells, supports the Mac OS and Mac hardware

    2)Microsoft, on the other hand, simply creates the OS and licenses it to hardware vendors.

    Of course Microsoft is unhappy with this breaking news but they, again, are 2 completely different business models. One could write a small book on the topic.

    Sep 14, 10:14 AM
    Not happening on the 24th fo any reason - photo, computer, or other wise.

    you can feel free to go ahead and explain yourself in your next post instead of just mindlessly making statements with nothing to back them up. thanks.

    Mar 30, 12:28 PM
    I think the fact that Microsoft is spending so much money to fight the trademark so they can use it rather than just coming up with their own name (after all that would be much cheaper) says they don't think it's generic.

    If it was generic, the name wouldn't have so much marketing power that Microsoft is willing to spend this much money so they can use it too... Microsoft obviously feels that the marketing power of being able to use that name will draw enough users in to make up for the money they are paying to fight Apple claiming no one else can use it. Otherwise, they'd feel it was not worth all that money to spend rather than just getting one of their employees to come up with a name or even a simple contest amongst employees (or even the public) with a reward (That most likely would be cheaper than the lawyers) for who picks the winning name.

    The fact that MS is willing to spend all this money alone says that the name is not generic.

    Mar 23, 09:08 AM
    it's quite gimmicky to only talk about interface transfer rates when the real performance is dependent on the hard drives.

    Well, the discussion is about interface - point being that Thunderbolt-enabled devices will be available soon (days vs. years per the snide remark). Indeed, if the drives aren't fast enough to keep up then yes the bottleneck will be the drives - so the bottleneck won't be the interface, and the bottleneck won't be lack of anything to plug into the Mac's Thunderbolt port.

    Funny how people will ignore the overarching real win to pick at a minor theoretical fail. There WILL be a bottleneck somewhere in the processor/memory/local-storage/interface/buffer/external-storage data chain short of perfect balance; I'm glad you're satisfied you'll always have something to point at and go "Ha-ha!". Twit.

    ETA: Two 500GB 7200RPM RAID 0 drives should be pretty fast. Quick check on a random such drive and kicking around some numbers gives around 2GB/s sustained. Fine, you win, we can transfer that HD movie in 2.5 minutes instead of 30 seconds ... unless, say, we daisy-chain 5 of these LaCie drives together to saturate the pipeline. You have an application where this matters?

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