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  • IJ Reilly
    Jan 29, 05:35 PM
    Share price is all that matters :D

    Well, yes and no. If I'd have paid attention to the technical analysts on AAPL I either (1) would not have bought in, or (2) have sold years ago. In over ten years of holding AAPL it would never have been the right move to sell, though I'm sure the chart gurus would have told me it was, many times.

    Chartists come to absurd conclusions, such as AAPL having support at 60. This means a trailing P/E based on current earnings (without growth) of around 15. At 40, we're talking a P/E of ten. This assumes that AAPL's growth days are over, as of now. Does anything we know about the company, including its historical growth and product offerings comport with the idea of Apple turning into Dow Chemical? I don't think so.

    So yes and no. Share price matters, but charts can't tell the entire story.




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  • ifjake
    Jul 24, 03:57 PM
    come on, Apple! what we're all really waiting for is a mouse with force-feedback. for all these games.




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  • KREX725
    Oct 18, 09:59 PM
    An example of a "cash cow"

    Microsoft Windows XP
    Microsoft Office

    Nearly everything else MS does is at a loss or does not generate a lot of cash.

    What about all of those profits from the XBox 360????? Don't those things just consist of about $8.00 worth of plastic????? :p




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  • mandis
    Jul 13, 07:41 AM
    They will. Microsoft doing this will definitely cause Apple to be less stingy with the R&D and get some great small products to market.

    God, I really hope that Leopard is more of an upgrade than Tiger was.

    Are you referring to the tons of "exciting new products" Steve promised all those months ago?

    Seriously though, what the hell happened to all those new products and updates? Where is the Mighty Mouse BT or the new ipod Video? Does anybody still remember those rumors about the iPhone? Or even those long overdue updates of the Airport Express and Airport Extreme, which would allow for video and higher speeds?

    There are now fewer Apple products in the market than 2 years ago... :confused:



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  • mofo-x
    May 3, 07:44 AM
    Intel QuadCore i%? :)




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  • bousozoku
    Jul 11, 01:19 AM
    Apple never intended for iWork to compete with MS Office. Apple merely wanted to fill a niche for those AppleWorks users who didn't need a full blown behemoth Office Suite like MS Office.

    It is only the die-hard Apple users that detest MS Office who are suggesting that iWork is a replacement for MS Office.

    I have been using Pages and Keynote since Day One. Pages One was almost worthless in my book. Apple should have given away Pages v2 to those who suffered through version 1. Keynote was interesting and useful from version one but still lags significantly behind PowerPoint.

    Both Pages 2 and Keynote now make a nice little package at $79.00 for those users who don't need to work in an MS Office environment and don't need all of the revision, collaboration, and integration tools of MS Office.

    But come on, let's get real. iWork doesn't really come close to what is offered by a professional business suite like MS Office. It's like saying, Photshop Elements is a replacement for Creative Suite 2.:eek:

    Photoshop Elements 4.0 is a capable replacement for Photoshop CS2 for a lot of people, even professionals. It depends on what you're doing with it.

    I've used various word processors since writing my own in the early 1980s and MS Word 4.0 was quite nice but Microsoft kept adding so many features that it's become haphazard and troublesome. It is counter-productive for a lot of people, especially when you have to revise previous documents.

    Pages 2 is a useful release but it's not final. To discount it or iWork totally is not reasonable.



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  • deus_ex_machina
    Apr 26, 12:42 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Seriously, can you do anything without Apple getting their cut? It seems odd that you would buy music from them then have to pay to store it. It's like earning your paycheck after income and state tax are taken out and then buying something with the money and getting charged sales tax on it.

    Isn't that the way US commerce works now?!?!?

    and this isn't something you're obligated to do - this is an optional service of convenience. :rolleyes:




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  • rovex
    Apr 14, 02:13 AM
    iPhone 5 is releasing in September, no question about it now



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  • SolRayz
    Apr 22, 12:23 PM
    Woohoo!!! There will be nothing better than the iPhone 4G LTE on a data capped plan. Boy I can't wait!!!




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  • SAD*FACED*CLOWN
    Apr 25, 08:10 AM
    I hope this is true. A lot of people would go to T-Mobile because of their competitive pricing and that would encourage AT&T and Verizon to lower their prices too. Hell, I would consider switching.

    nah Verizon and AT&T would furlough a couple of goons to go and see that Tmobile prices were brought up to their level...there is NO WAY TMobile will be allowed to undersale Verizon and AT&T...NO WAY...Tmobile, Sprint and whoever else you wanna name only has lower rates now because they are starved for new customers, losing old customers to Verizon and AT&T and they DON'T have an iPhone...



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  • vader_slri
    Apr 18, 09:53 AM
    Very true. Plus, turbo mode is mostly marketing hype. It should be called turbo fraud. It doesn't work the way it's advertised, ie, most of the time when you need it to. So, what you're really getting is a 1.4 GHZ computer that's advertised as a 2.3 GHZ one. That's taking marketing hype to the extreme. The only way I would buy a computer with one of Intel's turbo hyped CPU's is if the bottom score met my needs. I would never rely on the hyped theoretical upper score in making my decision and in this case 1.4 GHZ doesn't cut it for me.

    Intel's marketing only specifies the base processor speed, not the turbo speed. For example, the i5-2537M under discussion here is advertised as a 1.4GHz chip. Guess what? Its base clock speed is 1.4GHz. It can turbo up to 2.3GHz but it is in no way advertised as being a 2.3GHz chip. Here is the product sheet directly from Intel:

    http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=54619&processor=i5-2537M&spec-codes=SR03W




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  • wordoflife
    Apr 23, 06:38 PM
    Cool. They'll need to make an iPhone that supports the T-mobile's bands if the merger goes through anyways. (right?)



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  • thirumalkumaran
    May 3, 07:46 AM
    Have you noted the mouse or trackpad is a choice now..
    IIRC mouse was compulsory and trackpad was additional...




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  • Ichneumon
    Apr 28, 04:00 PM
    First, the volume switch issue, then this. I feel sorry for case manufacturers. What a nightmare.

    Volume switch issue? Please enlighten me, I don't know what you refer to.



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  • Chundles
    Jul 25, 10:05 AM
    That's the normal Mighty Mouse pane. It changes to that when you're using one. I can see you've never used one...

    Um, I'm using one right now. The preference pane shown on the site is different to the preference pane I have.

    Here's the site:
    http://img295.imageshack.us/img295/3538/picture1nt4.png

    Here's the one from my Sys Prefs:
    http://img503.imageshack.us/img503/4670/picture2xc7.png

    Might want to get your eyes tested cause you're not seeing too well.




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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Aug 15, 09:04 PM
    ("Preview" preview)


    Am I the only one that thinks this is potentially the new UI?
    I hope so, because they could easily make a nice "preview" like the dark floating controls in iPhoto.
    Someone suggested that earlier, and I though it was a good idea, and then I remembered I had the same idea the other day. Great minds think alike, so this must happen.



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  • kas23
    Apr 26, 04:12 PM
    THIS IS NOT GOING TO BE ABOUT STREAMING. It is going to be about smart syncing media across Macs & iOS devices. You wont delete all your music on your phone or Mac BUT you wont have to have all of it stored locally to have access to all of it. This is going to be how Apple transitions Macs to Flash storage but still allows one to have gigantic iTunes and iPhoto and iMovie libraries. Same with phones and iPads.

    This isn't about streaming? So, if I'm driving down I-95 with no music stored locally on my iPhone, how do you expect my iPhone to play my music? Magic, like what the iPad runs on?




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  • gkhaldi
    Oct 23, 12:41 PM
    No one will know that until they try installing Windows on a VM.

    And, yes, the detection of a VM is simple, given a handful of VM vendors: just look for the VM "hardware" signatures they use. On activation, if any matching hardware is found, pop up a dialog stating "This license of Windows is not applicable to a virtual machine, such as <Parallels or VMWare or Virtual PC>. Activation failed. Please see www.microsoft.com/suckyoudry to enhance your license to allow activation on this virtual machine."

    That is precisely what Activation is for: detecting invalid hardware (usually, hardware on which this copy of Windows was not activated, but in thi case also VM hardware) and stopping full use of the product on it. We can't say for certain that they will do this until it happens or someone from MS breaks the code of silence regarding this issue. But they certainly have the means to do it.

    If this is true, why did Microsoft used to sell me Virtual PC with a version of XP Pro? I could clone that instance of XP Pro also several times and run them in // (altough very slow since emulated):confused: :confused:




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  • Eidorian
    Jul 25, 08:36 AM
    Is there an education discount for the US? I can't seem to find it. At least not yet. It is listed in the Education store but at $69.

    See you guys around NEXT TUESDAY.




    840quadra
    Dec 1, 04:44 PM
    lol system 7? Why?? No one runs Windows 95 for fun...

    Exactly!

    It is not Windows 95, and that is for me to worry about.




    nefan65
    Apr 15, 02:41 PM
    By that same vein, what has Apple ever developed that's anything close to a OS ? And no, Mac OS X, a bunch of components bought/taken from the open source community doesn't count... it's just a Unix distribution with a GUI layer on top. :rolleyes:

    It's easy to discount anything going with that mentality. The fact is, Chrome OS is as much an undertaking as OS X was. It's more than just a "Web browser" since web browsers cannot be booted and don't provide graphical sub-systems, input management and process scheduling obviously.

    (yes, I do realise Mac OS Classic existed).

    And to answer your question directly : Android. ;)

    ChromeOS has pieces of Linux...I'll give you that. But Google didn't do much...
    Android is Linux. They didn't make that either.




    Marx55
    Nov 4, 03:24 AM
    VMWare is going to smoke Parallels when it comes out. I can�t wait. I'm still a little bit miffed though that no one has gotten native partition support so we can use the same partition while virtualizing or dual booting.

    That native partion support to use virtualization or dual booting would be awesome, having the best of both worlds (Boot Camp & Virtualization). I look forward to it!




    cupcakes2000
    Apr 9, 08:07 AM
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    lafemmme
    Feb 1, 01:20 AM
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_F1tPmbifnfQ/SJplw1-jUnI/AAAAAAAAAio/zP0rlc6VTCk/s400/24HourFitnessApprovedLogo.jpg

    Back to being a gym rat, just signed up with 24.



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