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  • rnelan7
    Jan 31, 11:13 PM
    I decided to treat myself to an early birthday present. Elgato EyeTV HD to watch tv on my iMac with dvr capabilities, I also picked up a 15 foot usb cable from Monoprice.




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  • asleep
    Apr 22, 07:21 PM
    Sweet. :apple:

    Dunno what all the whining is about.




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  • Bern
    Jul 25, 01:50 AM
    At last, I've been waiting for this since the Mighty Mouse was announced. I still don't understand why Apple didn't release a BT version in the first place. Maybe a WWDC announcement??




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  • Slim02
    Apr 30, 03:11 AM
    notices something. Most of those devices are a lot newer. Like I said my car from 2004 can play MP3 but not AAC files. Things from back then it was iffy at best if it it could play AAC.

    Mp3 plays on everything. AAC does not. MP3 is supported on older devices. AAC is not.
    AAC is just not as widely support as MP3 end of story.

    Top it off Mp3 is smaller at the same bit rate
    http://ipod.about.com/od/introductiontoitunes/a/sound_qual_test.htm

    At a certain point you really are not gaining anything. Amazon VBR is a great way to give great quality sound for a smaller file size.

    The Xbox360 is only one year newer then you car, so it is not that much newer... The same for PSP too.. the first portable digital audio player to play MP3 was 1998. MP3 1995-96. AAC was 1997...


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  • ciTiger
    Apr 29, 03:58 PM
    Competition is good... I might start looking at amazon for the next dls...




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  • Glideslope
    Apr 28, 07:22 PM
    Ok.......?

    Who cares really?

    It's white! That's all I care about :)

    It's a Thick Chick Phone. :apple:



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  • MacRumors
    Jul 24, 08:29 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    A recently published patent application from Apple entitled "Proximity detector in handheld device" describes an interesting technology for potential use in the next generation of iPod devices.

    Readers should realize that Apple while continues to publish patents on technologies that never make it into shipping products, the concepts described in this patent were referenced (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/06/20060615101812.shtml) by Hon Hai chariman Terry Gou in June 2006:

    Apple is about to unveil the next generation of iPod, the best-selling music player in the U.S., using a "none-touch" concept, Gou said without elaborating

    At the time the "none-touch" description was speculated to be an audio-interface, but this recent patent describes:

    A method for initiating floating controls on an electronic device, the method comprising: detecting the presence of an object above and spaced away from a surface of the electronic device; and displaying a particular graphical user interface element on a display of the electronic device when the object is detected above the surface of the electronic device.


    Essentially, as users point their fingers towards the screen, the appropriate controls would appear on the screen - such as a scroll wheel. Example images (http://guides.macrumors.com/Image:Gesture11.png) show the scroll wheel appearing and disappearing based on the user interaction. Meanwhile, the user's intentions are interpreted based on Gestures - which have previously been described (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/02/20060202070007.shtml).




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  • kskill
    Jul 24, 09:59 PM
    seems like a step in the right direction.
    this frees up the space of the wheel and would allow for a full screen ipod.
    pretty dope.

    now all they need to add is a 5.0 mp camera, wifi, web browser, and phone. :D



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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 23, 07:29 PM
    His commentary was laughing at the situation, I believe. It is also reported that they stole victim's personal items.

    Oh, thank you. I choose not to watch the vid.

    So, good riddance, laughing arsehole.




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  • puma1552
    Nov 15, 05:48 PM
    Yeah, I don't get all the "OMG $250 on a jumper". Seriously, I assume you guys have never shopped in Burberry, Paul Smith, D&G etc...

    That Panerai watch looks awesome.

    :apple:

    It's the fact that while well made, it's pretty much a waste of money because clothes are a consumable.

    Unlike something like a nice watch that will last for years and years, a shirt loses it's form and fades a bit after 1-2 years, at which point it's pretty much junk.



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  • shawnce
    Jul 21, 11:18 AM
    Lets hope this is a start of solid trend (I believe it is) but don't be surprised if the market share numbers are a little bumpy (up and down) as they inch their way up... Apple has relatively few products (compared to their main competition in this market) and as a result their product release cycles can contribute a lot of variability into quarterly market share numbers and depending how they line up with seasonal market aspects you can get even more variability.

    In other words (as I have said before) look for trends not point to point comparisons.




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  • bluebomberman
    Jul 10, 11:09 AM
    A number of convenient features catered to writers and typists will also be wrapped into Pages 3, including a thesaurus and integration with Spotlight, Wikipedia, and Google. Apple is also said to be looking to build a robust grammar checking engine for Pages that could find its way into other Apple and Cocoa applications.

    I'm going to a MFA writing program in the fall; would love to see how this turns out. I use Word exclusively but can't shake the feeling that there's a better way to do things.



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  • poobear
    Apr 15, 01:36 PM
    976.6 MB wtf
    Apple: Learn from Google http://dev.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/software-updates-courgette




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  • MrSmith
    Apr 12, 10:23 AM
    I'll take iPhoto non-crap again first, then a new iPhone.



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  • chanerz
    Sep 12, 09:27 PM
    mocha frappe for me please!




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  • pink-pony115
    Jul 11, 03:02 PM
    Well I guess Steve needs to get on the ball with a counter-product.

    I wish Microsoft could be more innovative with their products.



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  • darkplanets
    Mar 31, 10:41 AM
    I couldnt care less about iCal... I use thunderbird!

    I feel like Apple is always a day late and a dollar short on its communication apps (iChat & iCal)




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  • firestarter
    Apr 19, 04:38 PM
    Now, you were complaining I used 100/100 in the CPU analogy? fine, I will change it. CPU will be 90/100 and GPU is 80/100 as the 30% increase in cpu and 30% decrease in gpu, we will see a difference of 117/100 and 56/100. Am I arguing that there will be nothing to be gained from a bump in processor speed? Definitely not! Who doesnt love the little extra power when we need it? Who doesnt want the latest in tech?

    These are all random/nonsensical figures you've made up FX4568. Outside of gaming, there are prescious few apps that will be affected by a 30% decrease in GPU. Your '100 baseline' beneath which a GPU becomes unusable bears no relation to reality.

    This will be even more true as Apple becomes better at optimising for Grand Central dispatch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Central_Dispatch). As an example the new Final Cut Pro X is said to optimise and scale well across all sizes of systems. I'd expect a much faster processor to 'soak up' the GPU drop in this instance.

    What im saying is that the downgrading of the GPU outweights the upgrading of the CPU in terms of OVERALL performance.


    No. Outside of gaming, a larger proportion of processing is done in the CPU than the GPU, and improving the CPU will yield greater benefits.

    But as of me and the I believe majority of MBA owners

    You can only really talk for yourself and others in this thread that subscribe to that opinion. What evidence to you have that the majority would notice?

    I would expect that most MBA owners aren't hardcore gamers - it's just not that sort of machine. Medium power graphic uses, like productivity apps or watching movies wouldn't be noticeably impacted.

    Of course, I don't have any figures to back up that belief either. ;)




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  • iBlue
    Jan 31, 11:15 AM
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    That must be hilarious to see in action. :D




    On topicly, though not literally my most recent purchase I enjoyed it so much I thought it worthy of posting:

    Two tickets to this (http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/shows/totem/default.aspx):

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    At The Royal Albert Hall (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Albert_Hall) (Grand Tier, box 18, to be specific. OOOoooOOooh :D) You can see a good virtual tour of the RAH here (http://www.royalalberthall.com/virtualtour/index.html). (Spot the royal box, the only one with 4 seats next to each other.)

    The show was nothing short of exquisite! Highly recommended.




    bradc
    Jul 24, 05:07 PM
    Crap, just bought the bluetooth keyboard&mouse yesterday! Oh well, I don't really care about staying on top of the mouse tech world! Haha.

    What is the battery life of the current Bluetooth Mouse?




    ValSalva
    Apr 26, 12:09 PM
    $20 a year seems pretty reasonable.




    AaronEdwards
    Apr 29, 01:50 AM
    Ok, that works if you are thinking of getting a cellphone vs. not getting a cellphone.

    But when you are thinking of getting what type of cellphone, no, it doesn't count. Cause by deciding you are getting a cellphone but trying to decide which type, you already committed to buying the plan,what type of cellphone does not affect the cost of the plan, you are going to pay it regardless. So the cost of the plan really doesn't count for the cost of the cellphone when you are comparing cellphones together.

    Maybe if we were comparing getting a landline to a cellphone (where the costs of the service for the landline are going to be drastically different).

    Or even if we were comparing going from AT&T to Verizon there might be some small difference. So only if the cellphones are on different networks (with the iphone though, this only matters if you are comparing to a T-Mobile or Sprint phone as you can get an iphone on either AT&T or Verizon so the plan cost will be the same for the iphone as whatever other phone you want to get on either network).

    You still don't get the point.

    The point is when we are comparing different cellphones to each other, the service doesn't matter cause if you are getting the cellphone, you are going to pay the service regardless and which cellphone you get isn't going to affect the service's price. Therefore it is irrelevant when talking cost of one cellphone vs. another to bring in the cost o the contract.

    Total cost matters. And since you are going to have to pay the monthly payment even if you don't use the phone one second or download even one byte, then, yes, the plan is part of the total cost of the phone.

    Without the plan, the 3GS costs $449 not $49.

    The monthly cost for a 3GS will be higher than the initial payment. And my example is with the cheapest plan I could get, with a more expensive plan the difference in what you pay for the phone will matter even less. And mccldwll has an excellent point about the value of the phone at the end of contract period.

    Anyone who is unable to pay the extra $150 up front, probably shouldn't get a phone with a plan that will at least cost you $55/month. And if go for the cheapest plan, then what's the point of getting a smart phone?

    Is there actually anyone here who would buy a 3GS over a 4? Anyone who thinks that's a good idea? For themselves? Considering that most people here are talking about waiting for the 4S/5.




    RichTF
    Nov 11, 08:02 AM
    Hey Apple - ya think your user base might be interested in Flash??

    Lol.

    Yeah, you know what's best for us users though - so we should be elated that you are resisting support for it tooth and nail.
    Well, in perspective it doesn't really mean much -- Apple has sold 33 million iPhones, so that's 1% which were interested in SkyFire / Flash.




    Silencio
    Apr 11, 02:28 PM
    USB 2.0 is definitely not fast enough to saturate a hard drives speed, it's very limiting.

    Firewire 800 isn't fast enough to saturate multi-drive RAIDs, either.

    I'm really looking forward to Mac minis with Thunderbolt. Hook them up to some nice 4+ drive external RAIDs with Thunderbolt and I can replace a bunch of aging Xserves and PowerMac G5 servers with much smaller and much faster replacements.



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