Sunday, May 15, 2011

sub zero refrigerator

sub zero refrigerator. in a Sub-Zero Refrigerator
  • in a Sub-Zero Refrigerator



  • gnasher729
    Aug 4, 07:16 AM
    *fingers crossed*

    Please, let the new MBP be socketed!

    *fingers crossed*

    Socketed CPUs are higher (not a good idea in a laptop). Soldered also gives better connections, which may be important since a laptop is likely to be used in more diverse environments. Like outside, in hot sunshine, or while sitting at a freezing cold trainstation...





    sub zero refrigerator. Sub-Zero PRO 48 – $17.000
  • Sub-Zero PRO 48 – $17.000



  • koruki
    May 6, 02:17 AM
    ROFL this one made my friday





    sub zero refrigerator. Sub-Zero refrig/freezer
  • Sub-Zero refrig/freezer



  • RestlessDeviant
    Apr 26, 04:41 PM
    I've been sitting on a **** windows mobile phone for about 2 years & decided to upgrade about 3 months ago & decided to wait for iphone5.

    I buy macbooks & I'm not a mid / late cycle buyer & don't mind waiting for something good.

    However Apple lost my custom today. All these stories about putting the release date back and rumors about a 'small' update.....

    I ain't hanging around to find out. Just ordered a Galaxy S II

    Android here i come.





    sub zero refrigerator. a Sub Zero refrigerator
  • a Sub Zero refrigerator



  • chrmjenkins
    May 3, 02:48 PM
    I suppose we'll know who the villain is?

    Of course. Right after the game is over. :cool:

    I kid. You'll know a lot more in a very short while.





    sub zero refrigerator. The Sub-Zero BI-36U
  • The Sub-Zero BI-36U



  • Popeye206
    Apr 20, 04:51 AM
    This will definitely be the first iteration of the iPhone that I will pass on. It's certainly not much of an upgrade from the iPhone 4.

    LOL! Sorry... not just laughing at you, but these are all pretty vague rumors so far so we have no idea what's really going to be there.

    Besides things like faster processors, upgraded cameras, more RAM, 4G, and/or RFID what the heck else can you pack into a phone that isn't addressed at the software level?

    However... with that said, I did also hear from the neighbor of a friend that has a friend that works for a supplier that makes the buttons on the iPhone that the new iPhone will definitely have buttons. :p





    sub zero refrigerator. Los Angeles Sub-Zero
  • Los Angeles Sub-Zero



  • Noodlefarmer
    Apr 26, 02:47 PM
    But if Apple had gotten on board with Verizon a year earlier, those numbers would probably be reversed.

    That extra year that Apple sat on their ass with AT&T was the crucial year that allowed android to gain traction and mindshare.

    Once the 'greatly anticipated' Verizon launch finally did come, it was met with a large chorus of "who cares?" from the crowd - the crowd that had gotten their droid phone 6 months earlier.

    AT&T gave Apple what they wanted on the iPhone. Verizon wouldn't. And Apple couldn't sell to Verizon until contract expired. Would it have been better to have been on both? Of course. But I don't think even Apple knew how well the iPhone would do. And while many Verizon customers opted for an Android rather than wait, I think it may be interesting to see what happens when they are eligible for new phone. Things could change again.





    sub zero refrigerator. four Sub-Zero refrigerator
  • four Sub-Zero refrigerator



  • BRLawyer
    Aug 4, 12:59 PM
    Really?? I thought heat and battery life issues are directly connected to cpu chips. I wonder why they didn't put G5 in Powerbook :confused:

    1 - I don't know what overheating you talk about, apart from some cases that have been dealt with under AppleCare;

    2 - Apple has probably the best battery life of the industry for such a notebook range...and no, don't tell me about 10" microbooks;

    3 - the SD thing is due to the thin enclosure, a clear design paradigm at Apple...nothing else.





    sub zero refrigerator. Sub-Zero Refrigerator
  • Sub-Zero Refrigerator



  • Justinf79
    Mar 30, 10:22 PM
    That's a shame. I'd like to get a 3rd party SSD but would prefer to wait till using TRIM with it is officially supported by Mac OS X.

    Yeah same here. Apple's SSD's are crap.





    sub zero refrigerator. Sub Zero Refrigerators,
  • Sub Zero Refrigerators,



  • Lollypop
    Aug 3, 02:28 AM
    Meron and battery life aside, I will be very very happy if Leopard RULES! Been playing with vista and while the bling is a bit fake it does come across as very smooth at the same time. So here is what im hoping:

    Good Apple finances
    Excellent intel transition
    Update on UB pro apps, maybe a quick chat with MS or Adobe about their progress
    Long demo of Leopard and its technologies
    > btw< the macbook pro im using runs at 2.33Ghz
    Intro of new version of XCode that helps game developers port games and effectively make bootcamp useless for the bulk of people :D





    sub zero refrigerator. and Sub-Zero refrigerator.
  • and Sub-Zero refrigerator.



  • twoodcc
    Aug 2, 11:00 PM
    Nope. The entire line will be Core 2 Duo by Thanksgiving. MBP will get speed bump to 2.33GHz for further differentiation while MB will remain 2GHz. No logic to keep buying Core Duo processors for the same money as Core 2 or less than they bought Yonah to begin with. They are already making record profits. I doubt they will deliberately cripple mini, iMac and MB when everything is selling like hot cakes anyway. There are plenty of other ways each line differentiates from the other. To leave any line in Core Duo would be outright greedy and I dont' see Apple as having that personality trait.

    I fugure it's a 50-50 chance Steve tells the developers next week they can start thinking about 64-bit optimization due to the Core 2 shift that will be complete this year.

    you act like the Core Duo (Yonah) is terribly slower than Core 2 Duo (Merom), but benchmarks have showed that they are very similar in performance. i don't see the big deal about upgrading all of them now, when the current chip has plenty of power





    sub zero refrigerator. old SubZero refrigerator
  • old SubZero refrigerator



  • kennethalan
    Apr 20, 08:18 AM
    So then when will the iphone 6 come out? June 2012 or September 2012 or a completely different month?

    I don't know if I should buy an iPhone 4 now, wait and buy the iPhone 5, or wait a long time and buy the iPhone 6 in hopes that it's a major refresh.





    sub zero refrigerator. Newly redesigned, the Sub-Zero
  • Newly redesigned, the Sub-Zero



  • Thomas2006
    May 6, 06:07 AM
    I'm not saying this rumor is true, but I am saying "never say never". They are Apple, they will make it work no matter what processor they go with. :)
    Steve did say they had a goal of making OS X CPU/platform-agnostic. The Accelerate.framework, which came out before Apple announced they were switching to Intel, was the first publicly announced piece of this plan. Remember when all the 1337 coders said they could write better hand optimized Altivec code than what Apple could produce with their layer/wrapper? The people that used the Accelerate.framework had that much less to do to get their applications Intel-native.





    sub zero refrigerator. REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER SUB
  • REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER SUB



  • AppleInLVX
    May 4, 03:56 PM
    How hard would it be for wifi/app store to be baked into every Mac going forward? That is, if you wipe the machine, turn it on, and the first thing it does (after the logo) is detect Wifi, connect and offer the app store along with basic disc utilities right on the memory chip?

    Mind you, it wouldn't help existing macs... hrm.





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  • Sub-Zero refrigerator and



  • Genetheninja
    Mar 29, 05:35 PM
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by iliketyla
    Yeah you bring up a good point. I can't imagine assembling iPods is the most engaging activity ever, and most Americans would probably scoff at the kind of labor they seem to think is below them.

    Kind of similar to when they raise an uproar about illegal immigrants taking all the jobs away, when they wouldn't be caught dead doing the kind of work some immigrants do.

    At 10% unemployment, I don't know many people who would scoff at a job these days.

    And, it isn't that illegal immigrants do jobs that people "wouldn't be caught dead doing" -- it's that they do jobs that people wouldn't be caught dead doing for below minimum wage. There are plenty of Americans who would pick fruit or clean buildings for a fair wage -- they just don't get the opportunity because an immigrant will do the job for cash at poverty wages.


    Hammer, meet nail head. I'm an American, and unfortunately I must agree with iliketyla's assessment. There is this incredible sense of entitlement that has pervaded American culture. So many people want at least $20 per hour, but [insert deity or lack of one here] forbid they should lift more than two pounds.

    Enter the illegal immigrants, who find the pay good enough to live on, not to mention the location, location, location. Hmm... $5 an hour harvesting lettuce heads for hours on end, or dodging drug-cartel bullets in Ciudad Juarez day and night. Not too tough a decision for me, and IMHO one worth the risk of getting caught by US border police.


    I'm sorry but that my friend is bull $#hit. Not every migrant worker lives on the border. Here in Michigan our economy thrives on legals and illegals from Mexico picking blueberries and it's not by the hour. You get paid based on how much you pick. I did it when I was a kid for extra money and I'm a white American. You can make good money if you're fast but if you're lazy and slow you're not going to make much. It's not slave wages. The harder you work the more you make. A lot of those immagrants drive sport cars. I see a lot of people out there sitting on their A$$ getting their "check" from unemployment when they could be out there getting their hands dirty and making some money.
    You should watch the movie "A day without a Mexican".
    The fact is that if every migrant worker was deported our economy would completely collapse overnight because a lot of it depends on agriculture.
    Another fact is that you see a lot of whites working at American Eagle and Abercrombie but how many work out in the fields? At least a few days a week while they look for another job??





    sub zero refrigerator. Built in Subzero Refrigerator
  • Built in Subzero Refrigerator



  • SerenityInt
    Apr 5, 01:15 PM
    The only thing uglier than a Scion is a Scion iPhone theme.





    sub zero refrigerator. That Sub-Zero fridge is a nice
  • That Sub-Zero fridge is a nice



  • clank72
    Mar 29, 04:20 PM
    Hard for me, even as an Apple fan, to weep too much for a company that chooses to do business overseas isntead of here in America, employing Americans.

    No way. With the cost of employment here in America these Apple products would not be possible. We should be thankful.





    sub zero refrigerator. SUB-ZERO Refrigerator Air flow
  • SUB-ZERO Refrigerator Air flow



  • hobo.hopkins
    Mar 29, 02:20 PM
    Can I just say I am amazed at some of the responses on this thread. Typical American and often I must admit British protectionism coming straight out like a bad smell. Without these so called "3rd world" workers Apple would be a lowly player. Firstly Japan is not "3rd world". It is one of the most developed countries in the world, and has some of the most adept and intelligent people on this planet. Secondly, the term "3rd world" and "1st world" is offensive. The proper term is developing and developed world. Thirdly, I am sure that we will all be fine if we dont get a few iPod batteries or glue. People have died over there and continue to die because of this tragedy. This is surely more important than a load of old microchips. Sorry. Rant over.

    :cool::apple::(

    I agree that we will "all be fine" if the world faces iPod touch shortages. It doesn't mean that we shouldn't be upset about it - can I not care about the people who lost their lives or had their lives turned upside down AND a company that will face problems? The two are not mutually exclusive.





    sub zero refrigerator. UC-24C Refrigerator/Freezer
  • UC-24C Refrigerator/Freezer



  • matthewHUB
    Nov 26, 04:24 PM
    Too many buttons - if there were any more I'd think it was a Microsoft product. :D ;)

    lol my point exactly... and look at the status lights! What a joke. Was this mock-up meant to be a joke, or was it actually serious? Kind of lacking in the apple-ness department (OSX aside)

    Anyway... thank god at least for a new rumour. Was getting annoyed abotu having to read the 'thanksgiving sale confimed' BS.

    give me an ultraportable... interface is up to steve.





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  • Sub Zero refrigerator



  • daneoni
    Nov 22, 08:42 AM
    I dunno, i dont think buying an iPhone is feasible for at least another year. For me at least, just not excited about it at all. First off, it'll be the first ever Apple phone meaning there will be some niggles, also it'll be a candy bar. The only candy bar phone i can tolerate is a smart phone. Some thing tells me the iPhone WON'T be a smartphone from the ground up. It'll be a phone with *some* smart phone abilities.

    Also, like most recent rumored products from Apple, its probably been waaay overhyped and will end up being a dissapointment.

    Palm shouldn't be so confident though. Apple is the same company that made Michael Dell eat his words.

    People shouldn't discount palm yet either.





    Stella
    Apr 5, 03:36 PM
    You can nit-pick it all you want. $99 is nothing for a quality program like what Apple offers to developers. Plus, you can still get the SDK for free. You can still develop for free. It's just if you want "in" on the AppStore and other resources, you pay. So... again... what's the beef?

    Didn't you understand "I'm not paying $99 to be able to use my own applications on my own device, on a yearly basis"? :-) EDIT: OK maybe this a bit harsh.. so... i'll expand:

    Sure you can offically freely develop iPhone applications, but only targeted towards the Simulator - not a device. You need to pay $99 to put the applications on a real device.

    Sure - if I wanted to develop applications for the iOS AppStore I'd have no problems with paying Apple $99.

    There are plenty of forums besides the IDP developer forums for Cocoa Touch help. I don't need the other Apple paid for resources.





    dukebound85
    Apr 10, 05:49 PM
    Anything can be confusing and "ambiguous" if you throw enough uninitiated at a situation. It's just that people that lack proper knowledge or training would rather say something is "ambiguous" than admit that the problem lies with them.

    Always blame somebody else for problems, never yourself.

    Pretty much

    You get 288 if you know what you are doing and do not make the necessary assumptions that you have to make in order to get 2

    Having passed through college or any math class doesn't prove anything, even that someone is working in a particular field doesn't necessarily make it an expert in the subject.

    When your job relies on solving equations and manipulating them, you can bet it does as far as understanding the fundamentals of solving equations


    Math is a language we engineers, scientists, economists, etc... are fluent in.

    To us this is not-ideal delivery method, but it has a definite meaning.

    Looking at the thread, I think there is a clear dividing line. Native math speakers: scientists, engineers, programmers, etc... say 288. Others who are effectively non-native speakers may interpret 2 due to their lack of fluency.

    B
    I agree

    If the person who wrote the equation meant 2, he would need to rewrite the expression with () encompassing the entire denominator

    When dealing with equations, you can not guess what is implied. You have to use a consistent framework and follow it verbatim.





    norwaypianoman
    Mar 31, 03:36 AM
    Kill the Lion. I do not want it until 2012.





    skinned66
    Apr 24, 12:55 PM
    Note that the 3200x2000 wallpaper is form factor 16/10 and not 16/9!
    Does this means Apple will be reverting to widescreen 16/10 displays instead of the tv-widescreen 16/9? Wouldn't be bad :D

    I really hope the new iMac will have such a screen, and comes with a decent GPU like the HD6970m or the HD6950m for the top 27" iMac.

    I agree completely. 16:9 is fine, but I find that 16:10 is a much better ratio for apps and multitasking personally. It's amazes me how much the difference that little makes. Given a choice I will always go with 16:10 on a computer. Good eye.





    Eduardo1971
    Mar 29, 10:09 AM
    Okay, nice, guys. This is MacRumors, not AmazonRumors. Who gives a crap about Amazon? Move along now.

    Please look up the word myopic. You sound like a classic example.



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