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  • ciTiger
    Apr 30, 04:33 PM
    It's always nice to see a refresh in an Apple product, it gives details on where their headed... But I really am bidding my time until the MBP refresh... I know.... it's still a long way...:rolleyes:





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  • ickies
    Sep 14, 12:57 PM
    My prediction:

    Definiantly:
    Aperture 2.0 ($299)
    MacBook Pro:
    2 15" and 1 17" model with 2.16 and 2.33 GHz Merom
    ...


    Definiantly - I love it. Defiant + Definitely! I think you just coined a fantacular word!





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  • balamw
    Aug 23, 07:23 PM
    Not that much. Not 100 million smackers.
    As has been mentioned the typical patent litigation is in the $5-$10 M range paid to the attorneys. With the main lawsuit and 5 countersuits they could have made a big dent in that $100M. Even when you have a large legal staff, litigation is usually handled by outside firms that specialize in those kinds of trials. With 32 million iPods sold in 2005 even a $3 licensing fee (~1% on average is not an atypical licensing fee) you'd easily surpass $100M if you were planning to sell iPods for more than 1 more year. A lump sum is preferable.

    There are also less obvious or tangible costs. Uncertainty is never good buyers may shy away from a purchase if they feel there is a potential that the product will soon be abandoned/unavailable. There's also the fact that the discovery process in such lawsuits is often used as a tool to try and pry information out from the other side, such as future product plans, etc. that might well be worth big $ keeping undr wraps. And last but not least is the distraction that such a suit tends to place on the key employees who may be involved in designing a workaround or simply being deposed and directly involved with the trial.

    B





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  • Object-X
    Sep 12, 04:01 PM
    I'll need to go back and read the thread and this has p-robably already been posted, but I think that the "big" iPod update was really weak. The other two got some major improvments and fig facelifts. The regular iPod got a resolution upgrade and a bigger hard drive. Woo. Pardon me for not being too excited. :rolleyes:

    You're not alone, a number of people have expressed their opinion that this is a weak update, but no one really seems to offer what they expected. How is it weak? Is is weak because it's not a touch screen wide aspect ratio iPod? What else can they do to these things short of coming out with a completely new design?

    Apple will have to offer something extremely impressive and cutting edge to replace the 5G iPods, and they are surely working on it, but these things take time. One of the things we appreciate about Apple is that they don't normally put out buggy crap (MacBooks notwithstanding). We can forgive them that since they were needed quickly. So, if you want the ooh aah factor you will have to be patient.

    I know all of us 5G iPod owners appreciate our iPods are not outdated just yet. I for one welcome the changes, my 5 year old appreciates PacMan, and the syncing between two computers is freaking awesome!!!!





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  • FleurDuMal
    Sep 14, 08:56 AM
    OH NO, don't say that. Now we'll be inundated with 600 posts of "I want a mid tower Mac, headless, for $1200.00"

    Whoops. Although I'd love to see a mid-tower Mac, I don't think it'll happen. Ever.

    Perhaps we'll see a genuine Photoshop competitor? A proper editing suite of some sort (either that, or real editing functions integrated into Aperture)?

    OK, now I'm just clutching at straws :o .





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  • Avalontor
    Apr 28, 07:27 PM
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  • Piggie
    Apr 22, 07:56 AM
    Clean your glasses.

    I take it, you do not see this ahead?

    A world without Books, CD's or DVD's for sale in charity shops to help fund services in need.
    A world there you cannot give a CD, DVD, Book etc that you no longer want to a family friend as a gift.
    A world where you cannot sell on a Book, CD, DVD, Game to get a little bit of money back, perhaps to buy a new thing you want.

    This to me seems where the industry wants to take us.
    Everything is purchased by the individual, can only be used by the individual and locked totally to them, so it can never be passed on, given away, or sold by yourself to anyone else.

    Can no one else see this is where it COULD go if we all just "go along with it"





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  • HecubusPro
    Aug 31, 06:59 PM
    **Edit, IMO i think its silly because whos gonna pay $14.99 for a movie on a tiny screen, and if they make it to watch on your computer then its just going to take hours and hours to download if you have a slow broadband connection

    $14.99 for new movies, but $9.99 for older films supposedly.

    Some movies aren't much longer than hour long TV shows, and people have been downloading those regularly from iTunes. And like I said, there are a lot of people out there already downloading movies from the internet. My guess is there are also a lot of people who would love to have an easy option to get their movies online, but aren't tech savvy enough to know what bit-torrent is, or where to find illegal torrent sites, etc. Those types of people would probably jump all over an easy to access and use movie downlaod site. iTunes already has a great reputation, so consumer comfort is high with Apple in that regard.

    Honestly though, it remains be seen until people are able to use the new service, but I have a feeling it will do quite well, even if it is geared for a small screen (with the option to watch fullscreen in iTunes on your computer.) Who knows though? The PSP UMD movie format is dead. But I think that's due to Sony's poor marketing and DVD comparable cost of UMD movies than anything else.

    And yes, go ahead and sell your PSP. You'll feel better. I did, and I do. :)





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  • BC2009
    Mar 30, 11:33 AM
    Office and Windows are/were generic words OUTSIDE of the computer industry (like Apple). But app(lication) store is a generic word INSIDE of the computer industry and that the big legal difference here.

    Like I just said.... Mac's had windows (and they called them that) before PC's had "Windows". Mac OS has used windows and trash and all that drag-and-drop and double-click-a-file goodness long before any DOS PC had it. Xerox invented it, sold it to Apple, and Apple used it in the Mac.

    "Windows" was a generic term in the computer industry before Microsoft had any trademark.

    EDIT: I still think neither should be allowed, but given the precedents out there I would give Apple the "App Store" trademark. Certainly MS is the pot calling the kettle black here. Considering their windows-based operating system is called "Windows" and their Office productivity suite is called "Office". These guys should all have to come up with better names for their stuff if they want a trademark. Like.... why not just stick an "i" in front of it? iApp Store (see how easy that was).





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  • MacinDoc
    Sep 9, 11:23 AM
    Is one of the 512MB RAM on the iMac soldered on?? :confused:
    It was on a previous version of the iMac, not the current one.





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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 30, 04:45 PM
    Go "matte.....easier on your eyes under all lighting conditions, more accurate representation of what will be printed or show on other people's monitors."

    Bold part. Explain how Matte offers such a thing if "other people's monitors" are glossy ? How does matte better represent the content as displayed on glossy monitors ? :confused:

    Photographers and people who don't like sparkled/ full of reflection monitors go with matte.

    Those guys must not have existed before the advent of LCD monitors... what did those guys do with the big glass tubes ?





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  • Stridder44
    Apr 14, 11:56 AM
    I think my next computer will be an Ivy Bridge MBA with Thunderbolt. My 2007 Macbook is getting a bit long in tooth.

    Same thoughts here. My early '08 MBP is starting to really show its' age (especially its' 8600M GT).

    Thank goodness Intel will be supporting USB3 for our peripherals.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one here who is barely tolerating the mouse and keyboard lag from the slower USB2 port.

    You know that hard drives and other devices see a nice speed gain wi-- never mind, I know you must be joking and know the real benefits of USB 3.

    Now that it's part of the platform Apple has no excuse for not including it. However, it wouldn't surprise me to see a MBP with this platform that still only has 2.0 connectors.

    Heh, that is totally something Apple would manage to do.

    "But sir, we can't remove it, it's built into the chipset itself..."
    "I don't care, damn it. Re-solder an older chipset on to it then."
    "But..." *head asplodes*





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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 16, 01:55 PM
    Whats the speed of thunderbolt? and will it be faster then sata 3.0

    Capped at 10gb/s on the copper version. SATA 3 is 6gbps.





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  • gloss
    Sep 14, 07:08 AM
    Maybe the reason for not having a traditional keypad is that this is actually the iPhone Shuffle.

    Apple's market research team has concluded that people get tired of talking to the same people all time. And since the iPod Shuffle is such a hit playing songs randomly,
    the new iPhone Shuffle will randomly dial numbers, so every call you make is never boring.

    Got more than 240 numbers in your adressbook? No problem. Let iTunes autofill your iPhone shuffle and get a new telephonic experience every time. Mom follows Work. Home follows Pizza Parlor. iPhone shuffle loves to improvise. Take the Shuffle switch, for instance. Even if you�ve synced a particular call-list, you can shuffle numbers with a flick.

    This was great.





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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 20, 10:21 PM
    At least try to make rational arguments about the topic at hand. "Apple ripped off the Beatles" and "People here claim Steve Jobs is God" are just annoyingly feeble attempts to add a contrarian view.

    But Apple did copy the Beatles and the Beatles sued them multiple times. Why is that statement irrational? What's good for the goose should be good for the gander, no? And as an aside, I think that Apple makes some very nice products.





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  • poppe
    Sep 5, 12:32 PM
    So no mermom MBP's on September 12 then?





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  • Eidorian
    Apr 14, 01:10 PM
    The real question that I haven't seen anyone ask, is will this be Intel only or will other chipsets/manufacturers support it as well.It appears to be Intel only for now and it is a rather large controller compared to USB 3.0 ones.

    Intel gave many other vendors a field day for profits by not supporting USB 3.0 on their PCH. Though this did drive boards costs up and certain vendors preferred to wait for Intel to simply include support. To be honest, it only appears to be Apple.





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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 14, 08:00 PM
    I have just received two copies of Aperture - what is Apple's policy on this - do I just have to go and buy upgrade two weeks later. :(
    I suggest you return them quick.





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  • AAPLaday
    Apr 30, 04:06 PM
    Hoping for a matte iMac option :D





    odedia
    Apr 25, 06:06 PM
    Well they arent going to get worse are they!!

    It got worse with the Intel 3000 GPU instead of the Nvidia 320 in the 13".





    chuckles:)
    Oct 12, 10:27 PM
    i think it looks cool.





    Penfold2711
    Apr 11, 05:37 AM
    You can bet they are working on a new Firmware/Update to close this loophole Ole Stevie boy will not be a happy bunny today





    freeny
    Sep 5, 12:39 PM
    I believe Apple has been waiting for all the planets to align. If there is going to be a movie service there will be a true "video iPod".

    They were whipped in the ass last time for the boom box release, they will be looking to gain back face this time around.





    Dr.Gargoyle
    Sep 14, 01:09 PM
    There are software solutions that promise a different future than what you envision. DXO Optics made an announcement recently about using software to drastically correct cell phone camera pictures. Shouldn't be long...
    the G5 PowerBook shouldnt be that long either. :rolleyes:
    I will trust it when I see it. Heck, why do professional photographers spend much more on the optics, than on the house? Picture quality is all in the optics.



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