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  • Multimedia
    Aug 7, 06:57 PM
    That isn't a heatsinked FB-DIMM.

    RAM is truly the dealbreaker here. EDU prices bring the 2.0 model down to a reasonable price, but I want 4GB - I'd like to scan my 4x5 film, so the more RAM the better - thanks to Xeon and the need for the ECC heatsinked stuff, I'm looking at $800 from Crucial. No way, man, not gonna do it.

    The more I look at it, the more I believe a reasonable mid-tower option has to be in the pipeline.Yeah I know what you mean. I fixed my post #188 to reflect that higher price. How About $770 From Kingston Technology? (http://www.wiredzone.com/itemdesc.asp?ic=32003196&source=froogle)





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  • mikerr
    Apr 26, 03:00 PM
    iPads ABSOLUTELY contribute to that. If someone owns an iPad and bought a bunch of iOS apps, which smartphone do you think he's gonna buy next?

    Except IMO its iPhone user buying iPads, not the other way around.

    Having bought plenty of apps was tying me into iPhone for my next phone,
    now I have an iPad - I feel less tied to iPhone and feel more free to buy an android...





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  • milo
    Aug 11, 03:17 PM
    I wouldn't say it would be anything noticable!

    Probably make the low end one a 1.66 Duo and the top one a 1.8 or 2.0 Duo

    Doubling the cores would certianly be noticable on the low end! And even a modest bump is better than no bump for a year. But I still think a bigger bump than that is likely, chances of something like a merom on the high end are pretty good.





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  • diamond.g
    Mar 28, 11:25 AM
    Might like to point out that part of the problem with Android updates is not the manufactures but the Carriers.
    AT&T being by far the worse offenders. If AT&T had its way the iPhone would never get more than security updates. To upgrade your OS you would have to buy a new phone.
    This is no were more apparent that looking no farther than the GalaxyS phones. AT&T GalaxyS phone (Captivate) still is waiting on its Android 2.2 update when over seas it is already getting its Android 2.3 updated. Clearly it is not the manufacture causing problems but the carrier.
    I hope the manufactures start taking a cue from Apple and MS to say screw the carriers and start supply updates for their phones. No more blocking the updates from the carriers.


    Apple is about the only company that can get away with the delay. Most others would be fried for it. iPhone is already starting to show its age and delaying it longer will only make it worse.Fixed that for you. MS is getting screwed there too.

    I am still waiting on the huge paradigm shift the iPhone was supposed to bring in the relationship between us and the carriers. Still waiting on my cheaper contracts because I buy the phone outright versus getting the subsidy...





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 3, 11:48 PM
    Yes! This Would Favor Steve Announcing Full Line Shift To Core 2 ASAP Monday. My favorite scenario may come true. :)

    didn't i read this exact same thing earlier today?

    anyways, i hope your right, but for some reason i don't think it will. only time will tell.....





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  • alvindarkness
    Apr 10, 12:22 PM
    I must say i just found this sight through google and had to join because of this post. I am a math teacher and the correct answer is 2

    48/2(9+3) is a different equation than 48/2 * (9+3)

    using Pemdas or the correct order of operations in the first problem
    we first add whats in the parentheses (9+3)= 12
    second step we multiply 2(12) =24
    final step 48/24 = 2

    the people who are getting 288

    are adding (9+3) =12
    then they are skipping an order of operations and going straight to division 48/2 =24
    24 * 12 = 288

    Multiplication doesn't have precedence over division in the order of operations. 1�2�3(1+2)�5*6�7*9 would have the parenthesis done first.. then the rest done left to right. So the next step is 1�2�3*3�5*6�7*9

    Wolfram alpha visualises both of those as the same. i.e.

    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1�2�3%281%2B2%29�5*6�7*9

    and

    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1�2�3*3�5*6�7*9

    I agree that the translation of the equation into ascii can cause cause some vagueness, or at least second guessing the intent of the author (was he short handing "all over" with "/" for example). But we have to work with what we have, and I definitely see it as a 288.





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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 7, 06:50 PM
    I don't know if I buy this whole shortage thing.

    If there is such a big shortage, why aren't people/businesses creating more production plants and capitalizing on the demand (which is only getting started from the looks of it). Where there is serious demand there is serious $$$ to be made!

    You don't build these components in a garage and hire your workforce off the docks. The equipment that it takes to build touch screens are not ordered out of catalogs and shipped overnight.

    The companies that make the touch screens are also acutely aware of the problem of overproduction capability such as what occurred not long ago with memory chips.

    Money is made when you have properly anticipated, years ahead, what the future capacity of various components might be, and steered your production in that direction.

    Apple projected their needs in critical components, such as the touch screen, and spent billions of dollars to partner with manufacturers to guarantee that "when you build it, we will come."





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  • petvas
    May 4, 03:16 PM
    The entire idea of restoring from a Time Machine backup has always been illogical to me.

    If Time Machine backs up everything, then it backs up whatever problems you had that resulted in your need for restore.

    Time Machine has limited real use, and its basically limited to accidentally deleting things.

    Not exactly. You can always choose to go back to another date in the past.





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  • SandynJosh
    Nov 26, 04:29 PM
    The real influence the cellphone companies (at least, the ones not stuck in the 1980s as far as their network infrastructure goes) have on phone purchasing is the ability to subsidize phones that fit their model.

    The fact Apple can't expect carriers to subsidize their phones is one issue they have to deal with.

    NEWS:
    November 23, 2006 CNN
    NEW YORK (AP) -- Cell phone owners will be allowed to break software locks on their handsets in order to use them with competing carriers under new copyright rules announced Wednesday.

    Given the above news, NO cellphone company may soon be subsidizing ANY phones.





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  • GoodWatch
    May 4, 03:11 PM
    That makes sense, while not incredibly expensive, the cost of manufacturing is still overhead if they can reduce it by providing a mechanism for the consumer to d/l it why not.

    Whilst I think I have a connection with enough bandwidth to cope with the size, I do want the DVD. The cost of manufacturing (50 cents per DVD?) are costs we as customers pay for, not Apple. I you buy a carton of milk you pay for the milk plus the carton.





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  • citizenzen
    Apr 18, 07:52 PM
    I'm not against tax increases as long as the country is using it as a last resort.

    What constitutes being a "last resort"?

    It makes more sense to me to put in clauses that reverse tax increases once a goal has been reached.

    Use all the tools in the tool chest to solve the problem.





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  • Mal
    Apr 26, 09:16 AM
    That is Fuji-san, and that's how it looks....

    Always nice when someone goes public with their ignorance...

    To be fair, it doesn't always have that color scheme. I've taken several pictures of Fuji, and none have that particular color scheme.

    jW





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  • roadbloc
    May 6, 02:39 AM
    Fake. Yet another chipset change would lead to many unnecessary problems.





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 4, 03:54 PM
    Not to be rude, but are you really dumb enough to ask this? Ok, I'll try to make this as simple as possible: if I used a fully 64-bit OS & fully 64-bit software, that is software optimized for 64-bit processors, on a fully 64-bit processor, what would the advantage of using that set-up over using a 32-bit OS & 32-bit software on a 32-bit processor?

    yeah i'd say that's rude. maybe i misunderstood you, but you never said this. (or if you did, i missed it).

    i do not know the technical stuff, but i do know that if you had all 64-bit stuff, then it'd be a lot better than all 32-bit stuff. (i know i should use better termanology, but oh well)





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  • BlizzardBomb
    Aug 7, 02:37 PM
    I'll wait for that until Paris, and if it isn't available then, I'll buy a PC with Core 2 Duo E6600 and GeForce 7900 GT.

    Mac OS X not do anything for you? :) I do agree that there is space for a Mid-range desktop.

    I think if Apple just made the Mac Mini a bit bigger. They could fit in a Core 2 Duo (Conroe) inside along with a 3.5" Hard Drive and GMA X3000. The 1.86 GHz Conroe kills the Yonah Core Solo in everything and costs less than the Core Solo. A 3.5" Hard Drive is also much better in the value department. Couple this with an option for a Single-Woodcrest Mac Pro and it completely eliminates the need for a mid-range tower.





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  • michaelrjohnson
    Aug 2, 01:33 PM
    finally someone reasonable! so many of you flippin fools don't realize what WWDC stands for...

    World wide DEVELOPER'S conference!

    this is about professional stuff. in they launched the powermac g5, because developers could then write 64-bit apps. in they discussed tiger (and i think launched new pro displays) so that users could write stuff using core image and all the cool new tiger features. in they announced the transition to intel, because devs could now write stuff for the intel platform (and i don't think they really announced anything else AFAICR...). so in they are going to talk about leopard and how it relates to developers, and maybe release PROFESSIONAL products, like a mac pro or xserve.

    you have got to be CRAZY to think that he's going to intro an ipod at WWDC, when MW Paris is right around the corner! MW Paris in september is pretty much ALWAYS when they intro ipods and consumer products this time of year.

    edit: last year, they had a special media event around october to intro the imac g5 with isight and video ipod and did not have anything at MW Paris. this will probably be the same this year.
    I agree with you on some of these points... however, the release of a new or majorly updated consumer device, would (in most cases) create a new development platform. And that is what this conference is for.

    (I'm not predicting any of that stuff, I'm just playing devil's advocate)





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  • UmaThurman
    Aug 7, 02:56 PM
    SO in the Paris expo is where we'll most likely see updated MBP? :confused:





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  • jcampa
    Aug 11, 09:05 AM
    I hope next month means the first 10 days of september, I'll be in NYC and I want to buy a lot of things besides a new MBP!!

    Because if they were preparing the MBP for the WWDC, it means they're almost ready, don't you think? Ready in terms of volume.





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  • Stella
    Aug 4, 07:52 AM
    Cheese with your whine?

    Never buy an apple product!!!
    As soon as you do something new and better comes out!!!
    AAAHHHHHH
    I am typing this away on my new Macbook, Core 1 Duo; which i bought under the self-brainwashed reasoning that the MBP alone would see 2x2. Why you ask? Cuz I figured hey, the MB JUST came out, why refresh it every 2 months! The MBP has been out like 8 months, that makes sense.
    I can only PRAY I am right.
    No that my Macbook will be instant crap... I just COULD have waited until september.
    Damn you apple...





    21stcenturykid
    Sep 16, 01:26 PM
    Well i just gave in an ordered my MBP15" so i would get it before uni starts and well its going to ship on monday and delivered by wednesday UK store still has 24hrs shipping on all MBP's.

    Still i cant wait for it to arrive. im like a 4 year old at christmas when i get a new mac :P





    CHROMEDOME
    Nov 22, 01:33 AM
    It would be fun to speculate what features Apple brings to the iPhone that could revolutionize the cell phone industry? My guess is 1) ease of use in updating contacts, calendar, emails 2) iPod music integration 3) high quality 640x480 mpeg4 videos and 4) leveraging in flash memory pricing

    Ok...and the MSRP for that phone would be 800 bucks with a 10 year contract with cingular.

    People need to realize that apple products are somewhat overpriced so I can see a great apple phone with great features but with a contract the phone is going to be extremely expensive.





    chowmein
    May 6, 12:21 AM
    switching to ARM means no more boot camp :mad:





    Rocketman
    Nov 26, 06:46 PM
    Microphone

    Whoever named a microphone "micro" in the 60's needs 1000 people to buy him a beer.

    Rocketman

    Send it via the internet!





    Multimedia
    Jul 24, 11:49 AM
    I'm going to be using my laptop for teaching in the fall, which means some fairly strenuous 3D molecular rendering, large movies, wireless internet and standard keynote (all simultaneously, of course), as well as the standard day-to-day chores.

    I could manage with my ageing G4 AlBook (it continues to run like a champ, but it's a bit slow for the 3D molecular rendering, and it staggers a little with the big animations) but it occurred to me that, even with daily backups, should I have a catastrophic system failure, I couldn't get a replacement in time for the next lecture. So I've decided to buy a new laptop, and keep my venerable G4 AlBook as a backup system.

    But I want any new system to be 64-bit, and otherwise as 'future-proof' as possible, so I'm going to hold out for the new memrom-based MBPs. I'm really excited about the possibility of going top-of-the-line for the first time ever. I'm hoping for a system that looks like this:

    17" anodized black MBP, with 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, 1 GB RAM, a 7200 rpm 120 GB HD, 802.11n, and a blu-ray Superdrive. Should be just over $3k with my educational discount, right?Some of your feature list is not imminent. Blu-ray is too expensive. 802.11n is still another 6+ months off. Merom tops out at 2.33GHz for now. :)



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