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  • mtkagan
    Mar 11, 03:29 PM
    if you're in the area apple store at fashion island has about 60-70 in line. according to the employee stock is looking good




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  • jclardy
    Apr 14, 06:35 AM
    You don't need Rosetta, iOS is Intel 64 native. You get a copy with Xcode called the Simulator.

    The problem is that all iOS app store binaries are ARM and not x86. Devs could provide a second build for the simulator but they would have to do it for all of their old apps.

    Maybe there will be a touchscreen MBA with both an intel and an arm processor that can run iOS apps in fullscreen alongside other Mac apps...




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  • bbplayer5
    Nov 11, 06:59 AM
    why would anyone care if it does sever side encoding for porn? Do you think they are keeping track of your fetishes lol.




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  • LightSpeed1
    May 3, 11:28 PM
    Safe to say at this point we will have to wait. Man, I had that upgrade waiting. But then again, what's another three months to wait from the usual release date?



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  • Sora's Nobody
    May 2, 12:21 PM
    I am amazed as to why we have not seen a single "imac 2011 leak" ... pics of the new imac .. pics of the box ? etc like with the iphones lol .... i'm going to be seriously depressed if i go to apple.com/uk tomorrow and still see that white iphone on there ... seriously

    ps - i just noticed i am no longer a macrumor newbie - I am a regular now .. woo hoo Haha, i'll be depressed too:D This is the first time i've been anxiously waiting for an apple product!




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  • graphite13
    Nov 3, 07:41 PM
    Dont count Parallels out. They will eventually have multicore support in their app, and i am sure will keep getting better over time.

    Oh, not counting them out at all. That would most certainly be a mistake. No, but VMware certainly brings a lot of history and man power to the table. They are THE elephant in the room when it comes to virtualization (they essentially pioneered the market that exists today).

    I think they bring with them a long history of good, solid, stable roducts that the enterprise trusts.



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  • MacRumors
    Jul 11, 02:18 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Last week, a Bloomberg story (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=conewsstory&refer=conews&tkr=MSFT:US&sid=aYqZI5U2Snnc) cause some excitement with claims that Microsoft was planning to release an iPod rival by Christmas of 2006. The new digital music player was said to include a wireless Internet connection allowing users to wirelessly download music. Microsoft is already meeting with Hollywood and music companies to license content for the upcoming device.

    Steve Jobs predicted (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/01/20060116133359.shtml) in January that due to the lack of iPod competitors, that Microsoft was "going to have to get into the hardware business of making MP3 players". Currently, Microsoft relies on 3rd party manufacturers to develop around a common hardware specification.

    This week, more information (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/businesstechnology/2003116550_brier10.html) about the upcoming Microsoft device was revealed. According to the Seattle Times article, Microsoft is actually developing a line of Xbox-branded digital media devices. The project is called "Argo" and under the Xbox development group.




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  • ULFoaf
    Apr 12, 12:55 PM
    There was a recent announcement by Sony saying their deliveries to Apple for an 8MP camera would be delayed due to conditions in Japan. I've read other articles suggesting other iPhone components may be in short supply.

    The disaster in Japan may have an impact on their release schedule. It might have been tight before, then the earthquake killed it.



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  • KPOM
    Apr 18, 05:58 PM
    Some people are lying themselves. Of course every high-end laptop will be like the MBA in few-several years. That is the point, getting slimmer, portable and more and more powerful. That's the ideal laptop.

    So a MBA with better GPU/CPU is always welcomed.

    The point, though, is that the Sandy Bridge MacBook Air will have a much better CPU, but a worse GPU unless Apple does something surprising.




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  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 01:30 PM
    A little harsh here - you don't know if he payed for the music or not and it might also contain movies and other stuff. I know many people that collect lots of music CD's and movie DVDs over the many moons they are on the planet and ripping that in high quality needs lots of storage. Many people try to rip at highest quality possible and that is expensive storage wise. Just don't assume it's is stolen - might be, but you and I don't know.



    Because many people get angry about just anything that Apple does ... so I'm not sure why they go to a MacRumor site which is apple biased - but that might be just a way for them to vent off their frustration with life.

    highly unlikely he spent that much money on something like that and $20/year is too much money for cloud service lol



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  • FX4568
    Apr 17, 06:55 PM
    According to CNET, the new Air will be released around June with a Sandy Bridge ULV Core i5 2537M chip 1.4 GHz that can turbo to 2.3 GHz.

    So for .17 GHz upgrade we are sacrificing around 30% graphic power?




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  • jholzner
    Oct 18, 04:44 PM
    "Q on Mac Pro demand. A: Very positive reaction to Mac Pro. Still feel there is a delay in purchasing related to Creative Suite (Universal)"

    They said the same thing about pro desktop sales when we were waiting on a carbon version from Adobe. Then, it was released and Pro sales didn't increase. Too bad you can't put Xeon in a MBP :P



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  • QCassidy352
    Apr 15, 06:20 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    4.3.2 feels smoother to me. Take that with as many grains of sand as you like.

    Definitely agree. I don't know about the 3rd part app bug, but the UI feels a lot better (eg home screen appearing after you slide to unlock)




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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 12:55 AM
    Nope. I see every issue from the consumer perspective - as I should (being a consumer). Any other perspective would be an abomination (unless for those who hold tons of AAPL shares).
    Phrases like "in Apple's eyes" is a good example of what I am talking about. Apple does not use iPhones, consumers do. Consumer eyse are the only eyes that matter. And that is exactly why people are switching to Android. If Apple cares more about what they think is right than what I think is right (for me) it would be stupid for me to care about what Apple thinks or does.

    I'm not sure I understand what you're saying. You say that it would be stupid for you to care about what Apple thinks or does, yet you're on here berating them left and right. It makes zero sense to me.

    Consumer eyes do matter and that's who Apple builds devices for. They don't build them for the spec junkie who has to have everything in the spec list checked off. They want people to have a great experience on their device in areas that matter in their mind.


    I doubt that but even if that was the case then what? Every other phone manufacturer on the planet can design a phone that has LTE and Apple could not? Because they spend on R&D much less than any other hi-tech company of comparable size?

    It is definitely true currently. No chip supports LTE and the other specifications (CDMA, GSM) yet.

    Apple certainly can design a phone that supports LTE, but getting good battery life out of it is another thing. This is an area of focus for Apple so they won't make compromises here.



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  • Michael Scrip
    May 4, 08:49 PM
    It's not about you, point is "market share is very important" to Apple. Saying market share is not a goal is just wrong.

    So what is Apple gonna do?

    The Android monster is out of control... there are 50+ Android phones out there.

    Apple only has 5 phones. Apple sells every phone they make... yet other platforms sell more. It's not a bad thing, bro... I'm on your side :)

    I'm sure Apple would love for Mac market share to be higher too... but I think they realized long ago that that's quite a challenge. Yet, the Mac is still kickin' stronger than ever.

    At the end of the day... is more market share better? Or more profit?

    The only reason Android has so much market share is because Google will license it to anyone.

    However... Apple is the only company who makes the iPhone. But they're doing phenomenally well. Check their latest earnings report.




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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 29, 03:48 PM
    I wish iTunes had $0.69 downloads. :(



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  • VictoriaStudent
    Feb 1, 12:40 AM
    So we have...
    -A few porn stars
    -A Ferrari
    -A briefcase of cocaine
    -Excessive alcohol consumption
    -A $30,000 check to a porn star

    ...how is this any different than 'Two and a Half Men'?

    I love this man.


    yeah, awesome bro....that is, if your idea of the 'net begins & ends with /b/




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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 27, 12:20 AM
    Woah there big boy, calm down.

    He is a father who has a daughter, put yourself in his shoes...

    Also when did he explicitly state he "waits outside toilet doors to beat people up"?

    So if I had a daughter I would become prejudice of transgender people?




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  • BrianMojo
    Jul 24, 10:33 PM
    The new Ipod has no buttons, no scroll wheel, no headphone jack, no dock connector. In other words freedom from everything. The most aesthetic piece of technology ever conceived.

    ...

    *ipod Nano will still have dock connector for now.

    A non-physical hold switch would be highly impractical. I just want to be able to slip the thing into my pocket without worrying about changing the volume -- I don't want to have to use a fingerprint identification to do that.

    Also, this was all posted on AppleInsider last week, why is this front-page news?




    AidenShaw
    Apr 26, 02:50 PM
    12Mbps? you sure you didn't mean 1.5GBs?

    Thanks for pointing out the typo - I meant 12 Gbps.

    (original fixed)




    INeedAMacBook
    Jul 18, 01:16 PM
    Ah, sterile?

    and obviously in denial about it too




    Michaelgtrusa
    Apr 21, 11:06 PM
    Really?




    4look4rd
    Jun 6, 07:51 AM
    15 minutes?

    45 Seconds is all it took to get the facts...

    Google search: "android market return policy"

    First result: http://www.google.com/mobile/android/market-policies.html

    For those too lazy to click...

    "Returns: You have 24 hours from the time of purchase (not download) to return any applications purchased from Android Market for a full refund of any applicable fees."

    Summary: 24 Hours, not 15 minutes.

    This is such a great feature that would perhaps stimulate fair pricing and quality paid apps




    LethalWolfe
    Apr 29, 03:03 PM
    Apple pays 70% straight to the record companies, which would be $0.90. If Amazon pays the same, then they have $0.21 loss before they even start. Or Amazon gets different prices than Apple, which would need some explaining.
    I wouldn't be surprised if it was a loss leader nor would I be surprised if different retailers had different costs associated with the products they sell. The local gas station, Wal-mart, and Costco typically don't pay the same price for the products they sell and I don't see why the online retail game would be any different.


    Lethal



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