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  • atomwork
    Sep 13, 09:20 AM
    you know what. If Apple would finally give up ther Megaherz Myth and equal up the numbers that PCs have, then dummies out there would understand the need of a mac. So far the service, the own apps and etc is amazing. But what does it matter if my mom would never get it?

    Cheers
    Dave





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  • Coleco
    Mar 26, 05:26 PM
    Seriously, is this entry/discussion the ultimate in geek porn, or what?
    Would any two CEOs of Fortune 500 companies having coffee attract a crowd and thousands (millions?) of hits online.

    Oops, forgot to turn on Private Browsing....





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  • generik
    Oct 12, 09:38 AM
    Apart from the backlit keyboard, choice of screen (which is also larger), aluminium casing, expresscard.

    Some aren't that convinced that it's worth the extra coin though, and I can empathise with that view too.

    OSX alone is worth spending 10 grand on a laptop. We are so lucky to have this capitalism thing. Otherwise with communism a Mac will indeed cost a year's harvest of grain.





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  • louiek
    Mar 27, 07:38 AM
    http://images.macrumors.com/article/2010/03/26/160022-jobs_schmidt_coffee.jpg

    Holy ground, Eric!
    Remember what Larry taught you.
    You can't stay in here forever.
    You are weak, Eric.
    You will always be weaker than l.



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  • MattInOz
    Apr 6, 02:07 AM
    There's no such thing as a 'normal person'. The 'normal people' he is reffering to are the computer illiterate. Being computer illiterate dosen't make you normal.

    Agnostic maybe but not illiterate. Would you call a person who knows no more about a pencil than to sharpen it and draw or write illiterate?

    Computer are tools to and shouldn't need to be anything more than that to the vast majority of people. Why should they need to worry anymore about the tool than they worry about the pencil.

    *yes I don't consider myself normal in this respect either. What with a collection of clutch pencils and a full set of Derwents very handy.





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  • maclaptop
    May 2, 04:57 PM
    Consequently, the difference may be an issue of quality control with some phones exhibiting the difference while others do not, rather than an intentional design change to specify the thicker profile.

    I can most definitely believe this.

    I've personally witnessed the rather dramatic decline in Apple quality control over the last year.

    It's unlike ever before and very discouraging.

    Although I'm the first to admit Apple is excellent about replacing defective units, one would think it would save them money to build them right the first time.

    An approach like that would save the customer the time and trouble of having to return, return, return as I went through with FOUR BTO MBP's where each of the faults were confirmed as significant by the Genius at my local Apple store.

    Lucky for me, I have an Apple Store just three miles from my house.

    I would hate to think of the poor souls that have to drive a long ways to visit one.

    Apple is an excellent company, there is no excuse for letting product quality slip down to Dell Levels.



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  • atszyman
    May 24, 01:26 PM
    GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR :mad: I'll get you!! BTW when are you planning on overtaking me, I have been waiting for three months or so...

    End of June/early July. I've been lying low for the time being. Have to try to figure out who to taunt next. Maybe Rower_CPU? I should pass him sometime in 2009 at my current rate, which is due to fall since I have yet to complete a WU today.

    Remember, set lofty goals so you always have a good excuse for failure.





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  • aaaaaaron
    Feb 18, 04:46 PM
    Thats what I thought.

    i mostly thought that there's a lot of white people at that table :) haha



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  • ccharlton
    Mar 18, 03:21 PM
    Hey guys,

    1st post. Wanted to see if there are any methods for allowing non-WPA2 Enterprise clients to access my wireless LAN without having to import the certificate and authenticate with username/password. Perhaps filtering by MAC address.

    All my PC's and Mac's are working fine but I have a Wii, PS3, Xbox 360 and a Sony Bravia TV that connect wirelessly.

    Thoughts?





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  • str1f3
    Dec 27, 09:39 PM
    I believe the Consumerist will be more than willing to hype incorrect information it has received from an uninformed rep if it means increased site traffic, especially if it furthers the aim of hyping up a theme that's en vogue right now. It's a blog with a business interests and it receives revenue based on traffic, and that means it, like any other blog with business interests, has an agenda to pursue.

    So like every other "news" source on the internet, I take what I read with a grain of salt.

    Surely you must have proof of them using sensationalism (such as TechCrunch) rather than siding with the telcos who consistently lie and overcharge for services like SMS? As far as I know The Consumerist has been around for years blogging about consumers rights and unlike AT&T who Astroturfs against net neutrality.



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  • iBlue
    Dec 23, 07:47 AM
    Again I find myself repeating what I've said already, but that's no more time than you and your man have arguing your point.

    I think you should review the thread because I'm pretty sure you've been a lot more verbose about it than e and I combined.

    Have a nice day! :)





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  • generik
    Oct 12, 09:05 AM
    NO? cos that would make it a MBP

    Not really, the MBP has tons of other wonderful features that makes it pro. Such as the fact that it runs OSX, has backlit keyboard, and also the 34 express card slot that 1 or 2 people use.



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  • P-Worm
    Sep 22, 10:07 AM
    Isn't it amazing that no matter what the topic of a thread is about it always seems to degrade into people getting mad at how expensive a Macintosh is? Not to change the subjedt or anything...Carry on.

    P-Worm





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  • Cerano
    Apr 24, 09:59 AM
    I think you mean an i5 or i7 ULV sandy bridge. The cpu will be much stronger but the graphics will be weaker (compared to the 320m nvidia chipset). Sandy bridge integrated graphics are twice arrandale graphics.

    Don't fall prey to the megahertz myth. Clock speed is not all. I've got a 3.2 GHz Pentium 4 computer (desktop) and my 1.66 GHz core 2 duo (laptop) completely destroys it, even on single threaded tasks. Core 2 duo was extremely efficient compared to pentium 4.

    http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Core-i7-2657M-Notebook-Processor.49737.0.html
    Benchmarks for the i7 2657M (the best ULV processor). It looks pretty good. 3D mark 06 was better than the standard voltage i3 2310. It ranks around an arrandale standard voltage i3 for most of the benchmarks. In some it even passes some of the i5 CPUs. But for this to happen it needs good cooling.

    i was actually referring to Arrandales not SBs. SBs are far superior compared to the Arrandales. The Arrandale ULVs arent exactly fast.

    I actually have a thread on this here
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1076834



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  • dvdhsu
    Apr 16, 02:23 PM
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    Let's hope he didn't use a cross compiler when making the app....

    Haha, exactly what I was thinking.

    Sometimes, the app store restrictions are a bit ridiculous, and when Apple realizes that they're dealing with people who know what they're doing, they remove those restrictions quickly.





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  • diamond.g
    Apr 19, 11:08 AM
    iOS Expose could be an improvement to multitasking, maybe they need to wait for the A5 to have the power to make it work.

    64GB should have happened a long time ago imo.

    If the Palm Pre can do it with crappy hardware, and have live previews, Apple should be able to do the same...



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  • Dooger
    Mar 22, 06:19 AM
    I bet my students can't wait to run products like AutoCad, Final Cut Pro, Logic, Sonar and Visual Studio, on the ipad. They'll be so excited I'm sure.

    It's just a glorified web slate and note taker. By no means bad but I don't see any students where I work, or staff for that matter, rushing to get one. We may buy one or two for R&D.

    I completely agree. It's probably being aimed at the computing illiterate or perhaps commuters but in its current form with an iPhone OS, it's just not powerful or versatile enough for the vast majority of students.





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  • alent1234
    Dec 27, 07:34 PM
    What type of fraudulent activity?


    Id theft

    find Ssn number and order iPhone
    ssn owner fights the bill
    thief resells the iPhone





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  • UTclassof89
    Apr 5, 10:26 AM
    Wait....let me guess, their final conclusion is , that they still don't recommend it because of XYZ issues affecting a whopping 1% of the customers. Do I win the prize? :D

    yeah; you win a prize. But the forum rules prohibit me from telling you what it is.

    As others have said, a "recommended" from CR is a special level. The fact that iPhone 4 had a flaw (whether that flaw affected a few people, or lots of people), means it didn't attain that highest level, so instead it received a very good review.

    It's like CNET's "editor's choice"--if a product doesn't get that, it doesn't mean the product is bad.

    "can't recommend" does not equal "recommend against"





    steadysignal
    Apr 26, 07:12 AM
    iOS evolution from 1 to 4 is somewhat disappointing. It has become somewhat stale, especially for the iPad. Hopefully iOS 5 is a big leap forward.

    really?

    you think it will be anything more than an incremental improvement?





    Pants
    Sep 15, 11:21 AM
    Originally posted by MisterMe

    I have not seen those posts, but then I have seen a lot of other bitching and moaning about one thing or another. Point No. 1: Although I don't have access to a 17" iMac, I do have Jaguar installed on my 2000 Firewire PowerBook G3. I don't see any of that choppiness and jerkiness that you mentioned. I would be astonished to find it on a faster machine like the 17" iMac. Point No. 2: Don't take anybody's word for it. Drive down to your nearest Apple retailer. Look at the machines yourself. That should end all arguments.


    I have a recent ibook running jaguar - it has had a clean install (twice) and, quite frankly, its annoyingly slow. This is a current mac, running its current os, and its hardly acceptable - running illustrator? expect the beach ball, the same with large word documents. And I still see the beachball with annoying frequency in the finder. I don't care that this isnt the top of the range 3,000 quid machine - it is stupid to only expect acceptable performance in Word on the top of the line machine. No, don't take my word for it, go have a look at a fully loaded i-book


    Again, have your actually seen this "choppiness" on that $2000 machine with the brand new OS? Now for the issue of MHz, browse the web sites of the expensive UNIX workstations and servers. Look at the clock speeds of the offerings from IBM, HP, SGI, and Sun. For the most part, you will see that their machines have clock speeds in the sub-GHz range. Yet these are the machines of choice when price is no object and the job must get done. Just think about this: these boards are filled with laments that effectively tell you that you need substaintially higher clock speeds to run a computer game than you need to simulate the gas flow in a jet engine. Don't you think that something is just a bit warped here?


    these machines are 64-bit, with floating point performance that widdles all over apples current offerings. The reason they are used is for this feature alone - and yepI would rather run my simulations on a sparc box than a pc, although the cost of a cheap linux box is pushing us down that route. At some point there is a balance between cost and performance. Yes it is odd that I need the fastest box around to run ut2k3 acceptably, and i agree there is something wrong with the way the market is being driven, but I suppose if thats what customers want (and are prepared to pay for), this is what they'll get....

    Think. Think. Think. Apple does not "appear" to be purposesly crippling its systems. The entirity of the corporation orbits about the Macintosh. No company would purposely cripple its central product. The fact that Apple is only one of two profitable personal computer manufacturers serve as loud testimony to the contrary. Just because a bunch of idle college students post things on the Internet does not make them so.


    never intentionally 'crippled' a machine? what about teh video card on teh ibook?





    redeye be
    Jun 20, 03:42 PM
    sry people, no update yet.

    I didn't find the time to work on the new features last week. But, today i picked up the work again. I will probably be able to put out a new version by the end of this week. So don't despair...
    If you don't see an update before monday next week you can start nagging, a tiny bit ;)

    Cheers





    Glideslope
    Apr 21, 07:39 PM
    4S. I like the name, and it makes sense to keep continuity with the previous naming scheme (3GS). I guess we'll see a true iPhone 5 next summer.

    I'm going to agree with you on this.

    3G --> 3Gs --> 4

    4--> 4s --> 5

    Same update path, but the timing altered by the CDMA production.

    4s in Sept iPhone 5 in June 2012 with LTE. :apple:





    wizard
    Apr 5, 10:27 AM
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    If it is real, a nice upgrade in the 128GB. Im not sure about the capacitive home button, I've gotten really use to the physical button on my iPhone.

    This could be the death of the Classic if this is real. Honestly I'd rather that the classic die and a larger screen device replace it. Something in the 5" range hopefully with even more flash storage.



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