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  • slipper
    Apr 25, 11:47 AM
    Though i wanted a 4" screen, a 3.7" screen is a great compromise. I like the fact that it fits the current form factor.

    BTW those images look like cheesy photoshop mock-ups

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  • trebormik
    Nov 16, 10:59 PM
    This rumor should sound familiar to anyone that followed Dell and their long courtship with Intel. One analyst/pundit after another announced a rumor that Dell would put AMD into their grey boxes and year after year they were wrong (until this year :) ).

    But seriously, I would welcome this move. Keep Intel (C2D, C2Q, and future) on the high end Pro models, use AMD with ATI integrated chipsets on consumer models. Or if/when it happens switch so that whatever is the best performing cpu/chipset combo is in the Pro line and vice versa.

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  • puuukeey
    Jan 9, 03:45 PM
    I agree you guys blow. what the hell?

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  • zelmo
    Jan 10, 04:01 PM
    That childish prank is close to the kind of thing that Woz pulled in college, so I can appreciate the humor on one level. The problem is that this was done at a trade show and is completely unacceptable behavior for any group passing themselves off as professional journalists or industry bloggers who wish to be taken seriously.

    If I were CES management, I'd ban them for life. Can't imagine Apple will let them anywhere near Moscone.

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  • Michael383
    May 3, 10:56 PM
    Good commercial, better than the iPhone ones IMO.

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Sep 12, 07:52 AM
    i just get a broken link from itunes and the apple site.. no black showtime screen.. but hey.. somethings happening!! :D

    Same here

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  • mattcube64
    Apr 7, 11:13 PM
    Another one, lulz :p


    Also had some Chipotle, got gasoline, and picked up some screen protectors and random accessories.

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  • gkarris
    Oct 17, 10:55 AM
    Actually, the porn industry has gone with Blu-Ray.

    Where's this information?

    I saw a special on 80's technologies and had Beta and VHS on there. The porn industry was really the one that finally tipped the scales (especially the rental of it).

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  • 8CoreWhore
    May 2, 02:38 PM
    your correct, based on Steve Jobbs response to this which was pure BS we can never trust that the files do NOT get sent out, so with this and their sweat shops in china i think enough activists, governments around the world and companies will shut apple down, so its not just Congress coming to ask Apple why it was still there after a year ago when they where sued for using it to COLLECT POLITICAL VIEWS:

    Lets see why :

    Wikileeks, Wall street, Oil Giants, allot of these people used macs and iphones, I think Congress is doing the right thing indicting Apple for violations of privacy on US and foreign citizens becuase if they do nothing other nations will pull the plug forever, Israel already is planning a blockade on the devices

    I agree.

    It's sad to see so many down vote your statement - a statement that is an advocate for people and democracy.

    Too many people here are more patriotic to corporations than they are to themselves. Sad, sad, sad.

    iSteve caves to the likes of Al Franken. Yep. Too Funny.

    Maybe Al can get Apple to put a real GPU back in the MBP13? I'm off to email him. Wish me luck!

    Apple responded to the people, not Al.

    I suppose you care more about the corporations desire to build massive databases, to commoditize every detail about us.

    Are we merely targets for advertising, or are we human?

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  • Abstract
    Sep 7, 07:35 PM
    George Bush doesn't care about black people, but STEVE DOES!

    *Kanye hugs Steve*

    Take a photo.
    Print the advert.

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  • llahsram
    Oct 17, 10:25 AM
    Blu-ray had initially gained a lot of studio support, but recently Universal Studios has decided to drop initial support for Blu-ray (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,2017527,00.asp).

    This is false. Blu-Ray initially had less studio support. Universal never supported Blu-Ray (which the linked article states, despite the misleading headline), and Warner Brothers and Paramount only added support for Blu-Ray comparatively recently; they were initially HD-DVD only. Universal is now the only studio without Blu-Ray support.

    On the other hand, Fox and Disney are still supporting only Blu-Ray (though there have been rumors of Disney looking at HD-DVD). So for the time being, it's Blu-Ray for Star Wars and Pixar fans -- assuming this is still the state of affairs when the studios release those titles...

    Picture quality should be the deciding factor, and much like VHS vs Betamax, most people apparently can't see any real difference between BluRay and HD-DVD.

    Given the same quality decoding hardware, for most movies they shouldn't see any difference at all. Both support the same codecs (MPEG-2, h.264, and VC-1). The first Blu-Ray discs were encoded using MPEG-2, which produced a lower quality image than the VC-1-encoded HD-DVD discs, but newer Blu-Ray discs are using VC-1 as well. The picture should be identical between the two.

    The only case I could see where the capacity would affect it would be for longer movies like Lord of the Rings, where the encoded video plus lossless audio may reach the boundaries of HD-DVD. We could conceivably see more compression artifacts or the dropping of higher-resolution audio or commentaries on HD-DVD in these cases, whereas Blu-Ray would have more space. But this shouldn't affect most titles.

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  • axual
    Apr 30, 10:24 AM
    Wow, if they don't get those changes implemented immediately Lion is going to be the Mac's Vista!!1! :p

    How is the weather on Neptune? Just wondering :-)

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  • WeegieMac
    Mar 18, 04:59 PM
    I'm all for people loving their apple products. I love my iPhone too. But unlike some of these apple fans, I don't consider my iPhone to be the holy grail of smartphones.

    True, however it's like watching two people with tiny peckers argue about who's is biggest ... in other words, it's pointless.

    The iPhone users being overly enthusiastic does not give Android users the right to come on and literally, and this is exactly what the do, TELL the iPhone users that they are wrong, like it's factual. Having an opinion is one thing, but coming onto a forum created for a certain product and telling users of that product what their opinion SHOULD be, isn't on.

    I have yet to see one Android forum with as big an influx of rabid iPhone users who come on to do nothing but argue and disagree, as there are Android users on here.

    Now, I am fully aware and appreciative that there are Mac users who own Android devices. However, if someone states that the Retina Display (super dooper marketing name and all) is the best display of any smartphone (and I happen to think it is, but that's my own preference) then who the hell is anyone to openly quote and say they're WRONG?

    You'd get a more mature argument from two toddlers sitting tossing sand at one another in a playbox.

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  • spydr
    Oct 5, 08:39 PM
    So when will Real be dead? I have a feeling that after our inevitable nuclear war, it'll just be cockroaches, twinkies and them. At least they'll be in good company.LMAO:D :D :D :D

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  • rdowns
    Apr 25, 02:24 PM
    Already a thread and still in Current Events.


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  • maflynn
    Apr 11, 08:29 AM
    Also Aero Peek,
    control-tab and windows (command key?)-tab offer some cool ways to swap around active applications.

    MS has done a lot of good work with the UI, in terms of polish and making it look very nice. Apple on the other hand still lacks a complete consistent look and feel. Just look at iTunes and the horizontal traffic lights.

    Apple has a long history of implementing UI guidlines and then breaking them in their own apps. OSX itself exhibits this, though with SL, its gotten better.

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  • caspian
    Mar 25, 08:49 AM
    Now we'll see the bastard child coming soon...:D

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  • Westside guy
    Sep 25, 06:41 PM
    I think the issue with people finding it slow is there lack of understand of what Aperture is actually doing. And also not really knowing how to use Aperture to it's full potential.

    Some Mac people are like cat owners - the cat (Apple) is never at fault. :D

    Aperture can be very slow, especially on older hardware. I run it on a 1.25GHz Powerbook G4 with 1.5 gigs of RAM. The time required for most actions is acceptable, but none of them are speedy - Lightroom is noticably faster. One action that basically is unusable on my computer - rotating by an arbitrary angle.

    I am quite sure I know pretty much exactly what Aperture is doing.

    Now when someone reports that the program is dog-slow on a dual-G5, then I'd agree there is something else going on there. But there is a decent range of officially-supported hardware that is, in truth, somewhat underpowered for Aperture. Apple obviously made some decisions regarding the hardware based more on marketing than on the technical specs.

    That all said, I am looking forward to trying out 1.5 on my Powerbook! (as soon as I get it back from Apple for yet another in-warranty white-spot LCD replacement... got it in to them 5 days before "our" 3rd anniversary) I think this was a pretty good announcement, and gotta wonder about the unrealistic expectations some people have (WHAT? No 5GHz MacBook Pro with 20" monitor?).

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  • pink-pony115
    Oct 3, 04:53 PM
    I wouldn't care to see more of iTv...but my cards are rested in Steve going in dept of the iTv :o

    I don't care about the iPhone or the "true" video ipod...they are just some old rumors.

    ....crafty though

    May 4, 05:32 AM
    very. powerful. ad.

    one of the best I've seen recently.

    OK, so I've been using my iPad (v1) since a few weeks after they came out. I use it for business (note-taking, presentations, pages & numbers for document reading/generation, file access via goodreader/dropbox, and so on), for design (sketching, rendering, photo processing, wireframing, etc.), for music performance and production (that's my main gig... I compose, comp, and use some interesting tools for live performance), most of all, the iPad makes a great remote controller for music software (see Omni TR for Spectrasonics' Omnisphere, and TouchAble for controlling Ableton Live as two excellent examples).

    And of course, I browse news/web/social media (Flipboard, Zite, Twitter etc.), read books, watch TED talks, learn (e.g. I'm currently studying Russian, and can practice listening in the background while I do other things, which is very cool)...

    It becomes a shared reference during conversations... I use a translator, quick google searches, illustrate topics of discussion on the fly.

    And of course, the occasional game, my current favorite being Need For Speed, which is tons of fun on this platform...

    I use Apple's bluetooth keyboard together with the iPad for extended typing sessions, and it's a great setup. Basically the same functionality I get from a laptop arrangement... in fact, my MacBook Pro rarely leaves the house anymore.

    So, is it magical? Nah... ok sometimes, almost... check out the new (free) "Planetary" app for browsing your iTunes library... that's pretty magical! :)

    Is it useful? Productive? Entertaining? Yes to all...

    Really, what's not to like?

    Apple got it right. And this new ad nails it......

    my long two cents! :)

    May 2, 02:34 PM
    Common sense to a programmer is not all ways the same same a common sense to a user. :confused:
    The code is working as intented, but the design is flawed. A switch that prevents applications from calling a service is functionally the same as disabling the service; except in this case. In this case they intentional left the service running, without considering the consequences of the cache continuing to update.

    The common sense I referred to is that an on/off switch doesn't need to be explained to a user. Off = Off. On = On.

    The code is NOT working as intended. Apple even said so. Turning it off wasn't supposed to continue the recording of locations.

    That's like the old joke that a broken clock is still right twice a day.

    Look - they're fixing it. They know it was an issue (now for certain). That's really what matters here.

    Sep 9, 12:16 PM
    The chart topping hip hop rapper star who used a network hurricane fundraiser to charge "George Bush doesn't care about black people" was loudly and lustily booed during last night's NFL kickoff show.

    The appearance of Kanye West, who was beamed into the Boston stadium via remote from Los Angeles, received a strongly negative response from the crowd.

    "The boos were thunderous and lasted for much of his number," reports the BOSTON GLOBE.


    That's so sad. Kanye stood up and put himself on the line by expressing something that needed to be said. America "the land of the free, say whatever you want, unless it upsets people" Kanye West has made himself a hero to all the people that were stranded on their rooftops, by directly challenging the administration, in a way that was blatant and obvious. No beating around the BUSH "He doesn't care about any of YOU" Bush didn't cut his vacation short for a few days into the tradgedy, Personally I think Bush is the anti-Christ and I am so glad that I got the hell out of the States and moved (right after he got re elected)

    Those football fans are pathetic, If all those fans had the balls to do what Kanye did.....

    it's a sad day to be an NFL fan. too bad i am one of them, but I would have been applauding as loud as I could.

    Jan 14, 01:40 PM
    Pretty sure that the "something in the air" is the stench of the hardcore fanboys leaving their parents' basements for the first time in months...

    Apr 12, 08:09 PM
    Man, now I have the taste for one.

    Oh I could use some of that right now...even though it's only 9 in the morning :p

    Yeah I almost got another one today hahaha but I went to Chop't instead mmmm


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