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  • skellener
    Mar 27, 12:37 PM
    A slightly improved version of the iPad 2 could also be released around that time, to be sold alongside the current version. September's Apple event could be a lot more than just new iPods. iPad 2 only just launched yesterday in various other countries. It will most likely sell out there this weekend as well. Most people still have a few weeks to wait for ordered iPad 2's. They can barely meet demand now. App developers have barely even scratched the surface of updating and writing apps to take advantage of all the new goodies in the iPad 2. With the tragedy in Japan, some components are in short supply. iPad 2 has barely gotten out of the gate! With a track record like that for the iPad 2, I just can't see how anyone can believe any type of iPad 3 launch will take place in the Fall. Besides, that's when they launch iPods for Xmas anyway. They already have a product schedule for that window. "2011 is the Year of iPad 2".

    Look for iPad 3 March/April 2012.

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  • hayesk
    Apr 23, 11:08 PM
    Wasn't that a big thing from the Leopard announcement?

    No. Developers were told to get ready, but with the developer tools, you can see that many still aren't ready, including Apple.

    It was never an announced feature for Leopard.

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  • QCassidy352
    Jul 21, 03:39 PM
    Here are my predictions for WWDC; I think it will be an amazing event!

    It's posts like this that leave people disappointed after every keynote. When has apple EVER released that many things at once? WWDC will see the mac pro, a leopard demo, and maybe one other new product if we're lucky. Your expectations border on the absurd.

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  • Don't panic
    May 4, 11:12 AM
    in order to speed up the game:
    i assume that either we find nothing or we disable a trap or we find a level treasure.
    in any case those do not affect our immediate game, so I will already call turn2:
    R1T2: Loras' group opens the top right door and moves into the next room

    if in the start room we would have found something that might have affected our next move (like a special treasure of some sort, a map or the like) then please disregard the above decision.

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  • Lesser Evets
    Mar 28, 10:16 AM
    Good RUMOR. Maybe it should be called a lie, but we won't know until June.

    About time Apple released a new iMac, btw.

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    Aug 11, 11:52 AM

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 23, 08:45 PM
    Depends on who you talk too. OS X presents resolution as just the vertical and horizontal pixel counts, without mention of the PPI. For example, looking at System Preferences > Displays will show resolutions in this format, w/o mention of display size and PPI. The iPhone 4 tech specs seems to do the same thing, where resolution is linked to the pixel count and the PPI is mentioned afterwords.

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  • Genetheninja
    Apr 26, 04:25 PM
    One interesting thing to note. Apple held 25% of recent acquirers with 2 phone models. The iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. They are also on only 2 carriers, and have only been with Verizon for part of the time leading up to the march survey. Android however is on dozens of handsets and all four US carriers. I would say apple is doing amazingly well when you consider those specifics.

    I am not worried about iOS not having a larger chunk of the market, I am blown away that it has 25%.

    Took the words right out of my mouth!!!:)

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  • kresh
    Sep 11, 06:34 AM
    Not sure if this has been posted on another forum but have a look at the following links, especially the comments by sleepygeek

    hmmmmmm....i wonder.....


    I just wanted to say hi Sleepygeek. Nothing like promoting your posts in other forums.

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  • kavika411
    Apr 14, 12:03 PM
    Republicans - "I am in favor of decreasing government spending, and I have the opportunity to put my money where my mouth is by voluntarily not utilizing government programs, but I am nonetheless going to utilize of those programs if other people do."

    Democrats - "I am in favor of increasing government taxation, and I have the opportunity to put my money where my mouth is by voluntarily paying more taxes, but I am nonetheless not going to if other people don't."

    Republicans - "The economy is doing great. Therefore, now is the time to cut the highest tax rates."

    Republicans - "The economy is doing awful. Therefore, now is the time to cut the highest tax rates."

    Democrats - "The economy is doing great. Therefore, now is the time to increase the highest tax rates."

    Democrats - "The economy is doing awful. Therefore, now is the time to increase the highest tax rates."

    Personally, I think we need to increase taxes across the board. Otherwise, we won't have enough money to continue the three wars we are in, and we would be forced to pull out of them. That would be awful.

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  • macindork
    Apr 22, 10:24 AM
    Citation needed.

    Even our Active-Active cluster boxes have redundant power supplies plugged into seperate electrical circuits and wired to independant UPSes, never mind our Active-Passive cluster solutions...

    The fact is, most data centers do go for maximum redundancies without single points of failure on the hardware side.

    When you have a massively parallele solution with custom software that is built to run on non-redundant hardware like Google built with their search engine, yeah, you can afford to skimp on hardware. They don't care if 1 node out of their 10000 fails, and the software doesn't see the impact. But that 1 specialised custom application is not an industry standard and is far from the norm in building data centers.

    The fact is, the Xserve wasn't selling well and it had all the server features. A rackable Mac Pro would sell even less to those Xserve buyers. Forget redundant power supplies if you don't believe in them, just lack of LOM or hot-swap drives is a killer by itself.

    And seriously, Thunderbolt ? Host based storage ? Forget that, to get into my data center, you need multi-path Fiber Channel. Thank god at least Apple recognizes that and offers the option on the Mac Pro. Thunderbolt is not a SAN technology and it's not replacing SANs anytime soon. I don't want to manage hundreds of storage arrays for each hosts. I want to manage 1 unified storage array and then present LUNs to my hosts as needed. That way, I get better distribution of my existing storage and can even manage some over-provisionning depending on the technology I use.

    A lot of people here never worked with enterprise-grade systems. A rackable Mac Pro would at best be used as someone else stated, to rack along video/audio equipement in a studio. Not to rack into a data center.

    I work for a school district and even we go for redundant PS when possible, especially on our ESX boxes. Believe it or not though we are still gigabit to our SAN and while Fiber Channel may be awesome in this scenario do you not think Thunderbolt would have the throughput for say, a DAS box? Then again, we aren't as demanding in our environment. ESX is nice in this way because its all of our servers (well, almost all virtualized) and one Equallogic.

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  • NebulaClash
    Mar 28, 10:33 AM
    I agree. If theres no iPhone in that mean Android wins the smartphone market for the year. Apple would also lose many of the customers to Android whose contracts are up in the summer and they would be locked into 2 year deals with their droids meaning no iPhone in 2012 for them either.

    Most phone consumers do not get a new phone on the day their contracts expire. That's yet another geek misconception about how the world works.

    I'd be shocked if Apple loses "many" of their customers to Android in 2011. Why on earth would they switch when they already have an iPhone that they love?

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  • whooleytoo
    Aug 3, 11:01 AM
    Other than Boot Camp, the only other 'pseudo-guaranteed' Leopard feature is garbage collection in Cocoa. That won't mean much to the average user, but should be huge news for developers, assuming it's true.

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  • dba7dba
    Apr 26, 03:08 PM
    add me to another purchaser of android phone. i myself have iphone. i wanted to buy a smartphone for a family member. considered iphone but one thing that drove me away from iphone was the requirement of a pc to activate it. no such requirement for android.

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  • Daveoc64
    May 4, 02:44 PM
    While I think Apple should make Mac OS X available as a download, I'd rather that it was done as a .iso that customers could burn to a DVD.

    I don't like the idea of having to install Snow Leopard first before installing Lion in the event of needing to restore.

    Putting it on the Mac App Store raises an interesting issue about licencing - they said that purchases could be used on any Mac that you use.

    That opens them up to a lot of abuse.

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 22, 10:08 AM
    Well I don't think anyone actually USED the Xserve in datacenters anyway... Why would YOU? Seriously you don't need a boutique operating system on a server that's on 24/7/365 serving html/php/mysql with the only downtime is an occasional reboot for software updates.

    The people who used Xserves had a few of them at most and could not even justify racking them. Most Xserves ended up on desks or maybe thrown next to a bunch of PC servers in a companies IT department for the "crazy Mac guys" in advertising/production. Really if you look at the Xserve in general you see the only real penetration was in the TV Station/Video Editing/Movie/Education/Advertising fields.. Not "Data Centers"

    So a 3u Mac Pro will work just fine in the TV Station/Video Editing/Movie/Education/Advertising "Server Rooms" where they can fill up a rack with their 10, 3u servers and do what they need to.

    I don't think your post is quite accurate. For large deployments of Mac clients, the Xserve was a wonderful integrated management solution and it fit in the data center along with all the other servers uses for other purposes. No one really wants homogeneous environnements in a data center and Xserve served as diversity, filling their niche well.

    Use them to serve HTML/PHP/MySQL ? A waste of an Xserve. Use them for SUS, netboot, Opendirectory ? Wonderful. Also, many of those TV Station/Video Editing/Movie/Education/Advertising fields have data centers in case you didn't know. It's not like everyone operates out of a closet.

    Heck, a few lifetimes ago when I worked small businesses, we were selling racks and properly wiring and racking systems for businesses with 50 employees and 5 servers. We were adding in UPSes and redundancy. I built a site-to-site VPN between our own surveillance network and everyone of our customer's networks to monitor services remotely using a Cisco based solution. Yes, about 1k$ worth of networking equipment for small business that did nothing else than check that their filesystems weren't full or that the database server didn't go down. And they paid monthly fees on that of that for the service.

    Size of a business means nothing, it's the value of the data that a business manages that dictates their server needs. If a company has 5 employees but their data is worth over 10 million $, they aren't going to host it on a 1k$ PC thrown in a corner with a failing fan on the CPU. They are going to invest in a proper solution.

    You have to have worked in IT to understand the implications here. This is not a Xserve replacement and if Apple goes through with a "rackable" Mac Pro, it's not going to be billed as an Xserve replacement nor are the buyers that bought Xserves going to be using that. It's not like you couldn't just use OS X Server on Mac Pros before Apple introduced the joke of the "Mac Pro Server". The thing already existed.

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  • Eldiablojoe
    May 3, 09:34 PM
    if a villain needs to go through a room where he placed a trap, can he temporarily disable it?

    Traps and monsters don't harm the villain.

    You guys responded to Ravenvii saying that Traps and monsters don't harm the villain, but in the OP, in the Q&A's, you wrote:

    - can the villain/monster fall into the traps?

    Villain (a stupid one): yes, Monsters: No (since they don't move).

    Was that just being funny, or is it a conflicting rule?


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  • Mike84
    Mar 30, 07:15 PM
    Anyone downloading and installing on an MBA?

    Wondering about trim support.

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  • suwandy
    Sep 15, 06:13 PM
    So, how is MacShrine perceived in the rumor community? Do they have a sufficiently good track record for us to say, "this is it - the Merom MBP is finally coming", or is this likely to be just another rehash of all the Core2Duo MBP hype/frustration going around?

    Reliable or not, I guess this is a good news for many of us waiting for the C2D MBP. If it proved reliable, I think MacRumors should pay more attention to check their updates in the future. ;)

    I was about to think of that as "another crappy site?" but then I thought, hey, everyone have their own sources that you could never imagine, like one of the posts right before Sept 12th event claiming to know the entire agenda, and he's pretty accurate, no?

    Aug 4, 01:06 PM
    I don't get the point of this article. I mean, isn't it common knowledge that Apple is going to use the Merom processors in it's computers?

    May 3, 05:50 PM
    holy smokes these games are intimidating to play....

    here I am thinking the basic werewolves games were hard lol

    May 6, 10:04 AM
    Exactly what I was thinking. Although glass sizes differ across states in Australia as well. Here in WA if i go for a pub I'll either ask for a pint (a big glass) or a middi, handle, pot etc (small glass) or a schooner (tall glass slightly smaller then a pint) although never have asked for a schooner and see no need.

    I've been to WA a couple of times… Had fish and chips with friends on the docks at Freo… all very nice! But I nearly fell over when they handed me the beers and told me the price. Don't ask me if it came in a pint or a schooner though. All I remember was it was expensive and I didn't even enjoy it. It was Redback I think — made with wheat, and not my cup of tea.

    What were we talking about again?

    Mar 30, 06:04 PM
    Will this work on the 2011 mbp's?

    I sure hope so, downloading now to try but it's coming rather slowly...

    Sep 11, 03:57 PM
    What we should get:

    Movie Service with 1280x720 movies, Airport Extreme AV with composite, s-video and hdmi outputs.

    What we will get:

    Movie service with 320x240 movies, Airport Express AV with compostie and s-video only.


    nope (the latter). Apple wouldn't have been waiting this long. this would be an announcement for the 1st of April. Apple has been preparing for years (since opening the movie store) to bring on movies for $9.99 to $14.99 at 320x240.

    Seriously. TV shows in this resolution are okay for $1.99 and for watching on your iPod when you're on the go. That's great. But Apple is delivering the whole package. As they did with iPod+iTunes. Now there's a frontend in the line for your TV. And you are sitting on your couch. As you were on the go with your iPod. Either media center or streaming solution. And it will be at least DVD-quality if not 720p. No prob with a H.264 at 2-6 mpbs. Files for a 90 minute movie at 700 mb (near-DVD-quality) to 4.5 GB (HD 720p).

    I just hope for a renting solution as this is what people do with MOVIES.

    Comparison MUSIC ---> MOVIES

    solution: on the go ---> on the couch
    license: owning ---> renting
    price: $.99 ---> $3.99

    That is an Apple way of doing. If they have another solution: bring it on; it's gonna make sense.

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