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  • snberk103
    May 5, 03:30 PM
    .... Most other countries enacted policy through a quiet parliamentary action that was later carried out by agencies or at a time when most people weren't active in politics. ...

    In the US there are a lot of veto points in the legislative process, making any significant change hard to do. ... why should they care about a measurement system when the one they are using right now is working for them?
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    Any realistic transition for the US would take decades.

    This, I believe, captures the situation really well. Inertia, coupled with a fairly de-centralized government (at least as far as this issue is concerned). And a population that is fairly resistant to change, in many areas.

    Another example is the move to a $1 coin. How many times and for how long has the US been trying to introduce this coin? Every study done shows it will save taxpayers money. Still no-go. In Canada we had no choice. The $1 coin was introduced, then the banks were told to hand out only the coins, and to start sending back to Ottawa any $1 bills that their customers were depositing. Within a few years we were a $1 bill free country. Then they removed the $2 bills. These bills are still legal, there just isn't any of them circulating. And if a bank gets one, they don't put it back into circulation. Done.





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  • kavika411
    Mar 29, 08:59 AM
    Also, why would I only want my music accessible when I have internet? Any road trips from where I live (Utah) generally put me in EDGE territory which won't be consistently fast enough to stream the audio at enough quality, let alone the fact that there are several dead spots along the way. I'll stick to having my music on my iPhone. No buffer, no stutter, no data usage. Oh, yeah. That. Data usage. With carriers bottlenecking you now, you think they'll favor Amazon cloud delivery for people who want to stream their music all day long? They (Amazon) will probably also do some more compression on the files so it'll sound like listening to your music in a tin can.

    I have similar concerns. I'm betting (and I may not be saying anything new here) that Apple will roll out (1) free storage for all iTunes-purchased content, (2) an additional free 10 gigs, (3) tier pricing for additional storage as opposed to Amazon's dollar-per-gig, and (4) it only works - at least initially - when you are on wifi, similar to Facetime. I know that last part will be a deal breaker for a lot of people, but I believe they will be giving this storage/streaming away free for purchased items plus 10 gigs of other stuff at least and, therefore, it will have at least some value since it is free. And I do believe it will be a free method for wireless synching somehow.

    Anyway, jus' speculatin'.





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  • iVeBeenDrinkin'
    Apr 10, 02:24 AM
    Try using a calculator that uses the "/" instead of the divided by sign. You'll get 288. I tried it the way you did it on an old calculator and I got 2. But that's not the way it is in the OP. It's 48/2(9+3)

    /=divide. 9+3=12*2=24. 48/24=2.





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  • milo
    Sep 11, 04:17 PM
    At a compression value I would accecpt, files will still be to big for the internet of today / average power of a computer today / the HD's of today.

    People keep saying things like this. But look at online movie piracy. It's probably as big now as napster was a few years ago. The pirates have proven that people are interested in getting movies online, and that the technological barriers can be overcome.

    Unless you have a progressive scan TV, which propbably means an HDTV, DVD is only 480i, which can be argued to be equivalent to 240p. That way Apple can easily claim their movies to be DVD quality at 320x240.

    But would that look as good as DVD on NTSC television? Sure doesn't seem like it with the current downloads.





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  • islanders
    Jul 23, 02:50 PM
    I lost my post up above. So, I�ll try and rephrase.

    I don�t think we will see any portables with Merom for MWDC.

    Don�t expect Apple to announce early then be up to 6 weeks behind demand on delivery. This could attract negative publicity, negative image.

    Historically, Apple has been reluctant to upgrade portable lines, especially ibook, that had strong sales.

    Anyone waiting for MBP Merom should be prepared to wait until November/December.

    Apple is advertising stability, user friendly, integration with digital cameras�

    As far as the transition into Intel, it must be going as well as could be expected. Apple may want to keep their powder dry and update when there is a falter in sales, or just before.

    They may wait to update everything at once, November/December, which will give smooth sailing into next year when 3rd party apps will be fully developed.

    I also don�t think we will see another 12� MBP.





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  • ImNoSuperMan
    Sep 11, 06:51 AM
    Apple has over 150 stores in US(or is it 250?). So is it possible if someone wants to Buy or rent a movie he just goes to any of these stores(which will have Optic fibre connectivity with the online store) and download the desired movie on his iPod/Laptop/mini taking no more than 10 minutes. Now this might not sound that great but it should definitely up the sales of iFlicks by atleast 10-15% IMO. All these stores are located in prime locations in big cities. There is a huge number of footfalls in and around these stores. I dont live in US. But if I did and had such a store nearby I`d definitely be renting/buying atleast thrice as much movies than I`d otherwise even if I had a 10 Mbps connection.

    It`s just a thought and it might not really be possible. But if possible it can be one of those nice little extras which can help Apple gain on Amazon.





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  • Kalach
    May 6, 02:16 AM
    I don't like the sound of this at all! :(





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  • ProwlingTiger
    Apr 7, 12:16 PM
    +1 for Apple

    Anyone saying they are a monopoly or anti-competitive should actually learn what those terms actually mean before throwing them around.


    Haters gonna hate.





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  • AidenShaw
    Mar 29, 02:33 PM
    I am stuck in a limbo where I want the phone for everything that it does except the phone part...

    Why in limbo? The "phone part" of the Iphone is widely acknowledged to be craptastic.





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  • mr.barkan
    Aug 12, 12:29 PM
    i think a new mpb w/Black Anodized Aluminum and an easy HD swap out capability would be awsome!

    why does BLACK ANODIZED ALUMINUM sound sooooo good? Tasty, I would say!
    :D

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  • applesith
    May 6, 12:39 AM
    This is the biggest load of ************ I have ever seen on this site. Why would Apple redesign everything in their notebooks to make this switch? What is gained by switching?





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  • sineplex
    Apr 6, 05:30 PM
    Shame people are brainwashed by Apple with their crappy product, and the superior tablet is behind on sales. Im sure it will pick up soon.

    why is it a shame? because everyone isn't buying what you're buying?

    just enjoy what ever you like and be thankful that you have choices.
    please support motorolla, please support apple and everyone else.

    these really are just glorified toys for adults but people talk about them like theyr'e the holy grail.





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  • iMacZealot
    Jul 31, 01:50 AM
    That is only because CDMA had such a jump on GSM in the USA, and the GSM carriers in the USA are still smaller. Verizon also has a massive analog network that T-Mobile won't touch as their phones are GSM only.

    Unfortunately, the free market approach adopted when installing networks in the USA has led to a number of problems, and while you might think Verizon service is good relative to the other US carriers, it cannot compare to the carriers in Europe who use a shared GSM network that was adopted after much deliberation. Like most of the world, we are GSM-only.

    That's why I'm switching from VZW to T-Mobile!





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  • Tapiwa
    Apr 20, 05:49 AM
    Wow, so many people pulling **** out of their ass and presenting it as FACT :rolleyes:

    No one has a damn clue what Apple is up to, the secrecy is bigger than ever but the so called "analysts" continue making stuff up to justify their paycheck...
    Of course they always have "their sources" and "people familiar with the matter" :rolleyes:





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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 16, 12:08 PM
    Limey iPod deal ends October 7th :D http://store.apple.com/Apple/WebObjects/ukstore

    That just means you'll get the updated MBP's later than us here in the States. :p

    jk... I hope we all get them at the same time (as long I get mine first. :) )





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  • emotion
    Aug 11, 10:22 AM
    Well i know i can get the chip, but then don't i need a new motherboard too, and who/where would i get that put in?

    No, the same chipset is used for Merom at this stage (Santa Rosa won't be around until next year). I think a firmware update might be needed but possibly not. Those Core Solo Mac Minis look good to me for a makeover.





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  • applesith
    May 6, 12:39 AM
    This is the biggest load of ************ I have ever seen on this site. Why would Apple redesign everything in their notebooks to make this switch? What is gained by switching?





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  • Mac Rules
    Aug 4, 05:23 PM
    New iMacs next Tuesday. I'll take one if it comes with a Conroe, Apple, thank you. But of course, if that's too hot, a Merom would do fine, too. Unless it will still use that dull 667MHz FSB, of course. At least put in an X1800 in it. Oh, and 1GB of RAM. And, while you're at it, throw in a 24" display too. And get rid of the lower bevel of the 'display design'. All that, and I'm buying straight away. If it will come pre-loaded with Leopard and will have a universal BlueRay/HD DVD-burner built-in, that is.

    :rolleyes:

    But seriously, I'm soooo ready for a new iMac. This 800MHz G4 iMac is getting old. It works like a charm, still, and is plenty fast for most stuff, but it just doesn't feel right anymore. Also, I never had quite the relationship with it as with my old 233MHz G3 iMac. I WANT A NEW iMAC! AND I WANT IT NOW!

    We can all hope! ;)

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  • jlasoon
    Mar 29, 09:43 AM
    The more things that are in the cloud, the closer I get to hitting AT&T's 150GB home DSL (non-uverse) data limit.

    I just dropped them for this very reason, went back to Brighthouse networks. 40Mbps no cap. :D





    mrw00tastic
    Mar 28, 10:21 AM
    Why would you feel a need to get a new cellphone every single year? Contracts tend to run 2 years, discouraging you from upgrading that often anyway. But regardless, all of the recent "smartphones" I've seen are built well enough so they'll easily hold up for a good 2 years of use. All of the things I'd really need to do on a mobile phone will work fine next year, just the way they work this year.

    Thank you!





    iBorg20181
    Jul 23, 11:14 PM
    If sales are strong they put off updates, if they are slack they roll out new stuff.

    This time Intel jumped the gun so Apple may take longer to respond.

    You missed my entire point - Apple can't put off updates just because "sales are strong." The "other guys" (Dell, HP, Sony, etc.) upgrade to new technology as soon as they can ramp up production, and Apple won't be, and can't be, "late to the dance" with technology that they all have simultaneous access to. Particularly CPU's. Graphics chips .... well, there they may fudge a bit, especially with 2 brands to select from, but not processor upgrades.

    There's no way we'll wait until "November/December," unless Intel fails to deliver Merom, as predicted. If any laptops have Merom sooner, so will Apple.

    :cool:

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    Popeye206
    Apr 20, 08:10 AM
    Damn it. That means I'll always have to upgrade my iPhone every September. So, I'll buy the iPhone 5 this September, then I'll upgrade next September for the iPhone 6 with a 4inch screen and 4G :D; but, is there a limited time window in which you upgrade, because I don't want to lose out 2 months of texts / calls / internet (if I upgrade in July 2012).

    Well... the iPhone 6 will probably be our last iPhone anyway. :eek:

    The end of the world is coming in December 2012 remember? :p





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    Apr 25, 08:23 AM
    Image (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/23/apple-including-ultra-high-resolution-artwork-in-lion-for-possible-retina-displays/)


    Image (http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/23/171415-background.jpg)

    A finding earlier this month (http://osxdaily.com/2011/04/02/new-mt-fuji-wallpaper-in-mac-os-x-lion-developer-preview-2/) by OSXDaily has generated some speculation about Apple's plans for "Retina" display Macs. The Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 2 released in late March (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/03/30/apple-releases-mac-os-x-lion-developer-preview-2/) included an ultra-high resolution version of the background desktop image at a resolution of 3200x2000. A few observers noted (http://punchingin.com/chasing-the-6-4-megapixel-unicorn/) that this is higher than any Apple display has ever supported, generating speculation (http://theelaborated.net/blog/2011/4/13/consider-the-retina-display.html) that Apple is preparing for "Retina" display Macs in the near future.

    We had previously reported (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/02/24/mac-os-x-lion-building-in-support-for-super-high-resolution-retina-monitors/) that Mac OS X Lion has made some under-the-hood changes opening the door to such super-high resolution displays. Now, MacMagazine.com.br has found (http://macmagazine.com.br/2011/04/23/macs-com-telas-retina-nao-sao-duvida-quando-eles-chegarao-sim-ainda-e-uma-incognita/) that Apple is already starting to include other super high resolution artwork in Lion. They found several icons stored as 1024x1024 sizes, up from a previous maximum of 512x512.


    Image (http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/23/171147-23-lion_appstore.png)

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    Of course, this support for super high resolution displays is only the first step, but suggests Apple is planning ahead when the hardware becomes available.

    Article Link: Apple Including Ultra High Resolution Artwork in Lion for Possible Retina Displays? (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/23/apple-including-ultra-high-resolution-artwork-in-lion-for-possible-retina-displays/)

    Oh please. Give me a break! Do you nitwits HONESTLY think there will be retina display Macs in the near future? It's total BS. If they did, the cost of said Macs would be prohibitive to the general public. Why do you think there aren't retina display iPads? IT'S TOO DAMN EXPENSIVE! C'mon guys...you're beginning to sound like CNET





    doubleusn
    Mar 29, 09:34 AM
    Looks nice as a place to store off site backup type stuff, but I still don't see how all this space as a digital music locker for streaming (again the back up part is nice) is all that viable at this time (Amazon, Apple, whoever) as data is getting capped more and more, and will cost more money as more things look to help you blow past your data-cap.

    iTunes on iPhone in auto = no data usage, no interruptions.
    iTunes on iPhone in auto streaming = data usage, and stream issues ...3G is not everywhere yet.

    It is the future, but I until the US cell company's play ball on a cost effective way to do it (the att/tmoe merger won't help) then I don't see this working so well in the US.



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