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  • seanpholman
    Mar 15, 10:28 AM
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    Sean - there's dudes in this line who came from South Coast and said that South Coast had none

    Thanks, just dropped my daughter off and on my way to FI.

    --Sean




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  • zeemeerman2
    Apr 14, 05:14 AM
    Well, it is almost time for a new iMac to be released, isn't it? (Or a Mac Mini, Mac Pro, or MacBook for that sake)

    iX... At first you could think about the Roman Number 9. But as you all know, in the upper part of X, you can also find the Roman number V. So that makes 14 then. (IX + V)

    Now, the iMac shipped in 1998, while now it's 2011. 13 years of difference. Almost fourteen. Coincidence? I think not. Maybe that's a hint from Apple?

    Then you got Mac, with a capital M, and a lowercase a and c. In M you can find I, V, and I, which together make (IV + I) 5. In a you can find c and I, which totals in 11 (C+I). Then you got the c, which of course, just translates in 10.
    5 + 11 + 10 equals 26. As much as all letters in the Roman (aka Latin) alphabet.

    Which leads us to believe that we have not to count the Roman numbers, but just the Roman letters.
    M is the 13th letter of the alphabet.
    A is the first letter of the alphabet.
    C is the 3rd letter of the alphabet.
    TOTAL: 17.

    Now we all know Apple's marketing. And you know that's a hint from the name in the title: MarketingName. Big words mean more to Apple than big numbers. "This computer is fantastic" is more advertised than "This computer has 8 GB of RAM". So that can conclude that we'll have to substract the Roman numbers from the Roman letters.

    26 - 17 = 9. Nine indeed. Got it?

    9 was also the number iX, which we started with. This leads us to believe we have to be on the right track.

    Now what are those dots in between the words?

    Anyone else can further elaborate this? Thanks for your help.


    Edit: I forgot the lower case i in iX. I used it as an uppercase letter. So maybe that only counts as 0.5 instead? So that equals 13.5 with the V included. That only gives Apple 6 months to finish the new unknown thing!




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  • damixt
    Mar 15, 10:05 AM
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    Any news whether they have any at fashion island? How many people in line?




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  • gkhaldi
    Oct 24, 07:42 AM
    Everything I wanted. Larger storage, much more memory and FW800.

    Apple, you're the 1 :) :) :) :) :) :) :)



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  • damixt
    Mar 16, 09:53 AM
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    They said they have some 16 gig wifi, and some verizons in stock but no at&t's. I don't think they have enough for the whole line though.




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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 12, 08:45 AM
    Bolding mine... As a point of contention. Especially since iDevices don't even saturate the USB bus. I doubt Apple will spend more money to use faster Flash storage. Especially when (as of right now) Windows PCs don't have ThunderBolt.

    They already have patented a version of the 30 pin connector that includes both USB 3.0 and TB. It's coming.



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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 11, 06:20 PM
    Is "TB" going to be the abbreviation for thunderbolt?

    It will be cumbersome when speaking of drives. "I bought a 2TB TB drive".




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  • reckless2k2
    Apr 25, 11:40 AM
    While I realize that this is the wrong place for it, that iMac I just bought is awesome although I was returning it either way for a larger hard drive so the update is best now.

    Direct from DVD, it took Handbrake about 20 minutes to convert a movie to iTunes format. So sweet. And that's the lowest end 21 incher.



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  • BrianMojo
    Jul 26, 11:52 AM
    I'm going to assume it doesn't mean that you actually control the thing without touching it, rather it just makes the wheel disappear when you aren't holding it. That seems to be a more useful idea.

    I mean, otherwise, it's a useless feature, except to prevent screen scratching.

    Yeah, if you read the whole patent (http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=1902), you'll notice that it makes mention of "force sensors" underneath the display to tell if it is a "light" or "hard" touch. A finger being waved above an object doesn't have force to sense, and in looking at the more tablet-oriented part of the patent, you can see that a hand is clearly holding the object (http://images.appleinsider.com/patent-ipod-touch19.gif). The document also makes several references to the input devices appearing or disappearing based on the proximity of a finger.

    It would seem that the main purpose of this is to make overlays like this possible:
    http://guides.macrumors.com/images/thumb/d/dd/1fullipodav.jpg/800px-1fullipodav.jpg

    This isn't a "none-touch" patent.




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  • daneoni
    May 1, 10:04 PM
    Every dog has it's day. Still doesn't mean it's over though.



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  • rusty2192
    Apr 15, 03:36 PM
    Last one of my night time flowers from the other night.

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5066/5618098536_dbfcb7472d.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/48874590@N02/5618098536/)
    IMG_3832 (http://www.flickr.com/photos/48874590@N02/5618098536/) by Rusty2192 (http://www.flickr.com/people/48874590@N02/), on Flickr




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  • spicyapple
    Dec 1, 07:35 PM
    On a feTw occaszzzions I have noticed that MY CAT HAS A TENDENCY to hacsssk my laptop when I12212111113e'm trying to fill out threadwww replies on 432222222222222222 macrum2ors3. I'm thinking apple might still be AT FAULTQ ON THIS QONE.
    LOL! Bad kitty! :)

    Welp, there is a trojan script you can run that'll wipe out your entire home directory, if you're not careful.

    luv ya bunches! xoxoxo



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  • Exana
    Apr 19, 05:20 PM
    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.

    Yeah ! Going with some brand new AMD's Llano APU. :D




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  • iDutchman
    Oct 21, 07:14 AM
    Here in the Netherlands we have Sinterklaas, he comes to us first by steamship, and then on a white horse. It is that important that the TV shows him arriving direct, plus tens of thousands are on the quayside.
    Gifts are given on the 5th December

    Yeah. Every child grows up with Sinterklaas. You can see it as Santa, only this one comes from Spain by boat.(according to the old tradition:D). Most children stop believing in the real existence of Sinterklaas at the age of 9 or 10. But it's always a lot of fun, though. :cool:
    Sinterklaas comes with a lot of special candy as well. Pepernoten (literally translated it means Peppernuts) and chocolate letters.

    Oh, I almost forgot. ontopic:

    I really do wish to get my SSD inside my iMac 27" mid-2010 model. That's the only thing. I don't really dare to do it myself, so I still need to find a way.



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  • pmz
    Apr 12, 11:09 AM
    I really don't care, as long as iOS 5 beta 1 gets here soon. If we really have to wait for June well that sucks, but whatever.

    The problem I have with this delay is that 2 other phones on my account are due for upgrade, and both of those people EXPECT a new iPhone in June. If I tell them more like October/November, they won't be happy, and will end up getting the iPhone 4 instead.

    I sure Apple cares more about selling iPhone 5s this year than they do clearing out old inventory, so this delay is pretty poor management on their part.




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  • SciFrog
    Nov 27, 06:29 AM
    We need these bigadv, ClubLexus has raised their production to match ours...

    For GPU, it is faster on nvidia...



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  • twoodcc
    Jul 24, 10:50 PM
    Sounds like someone didn't take the time to read the post. If you wouldn't use it much you're implying you wouldn't use the iPod... period.

    sorry, i said it wrong. i guess i meant to say that i wouldn't go out and buy a new ipod just for this feature




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  • SchneiderMan
    Jan 28, 02:11 AM
    You wont like the sound of it..

    They don't sound bad but they are of course, overpriced cheap plastics.




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  • Leondunkleyc
    Aug 15, 04:19 PM
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    Doylem
    Apr 3, 02:32 PM
    Took my camera out yesterday for the first time in about four months: a bit like getting back in a car when you haven't driven for a while, to find you're thinking about something you used to do automatically...

    http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/7677/penp.jpg




    weckart
    Apr 14, 01:20 PM
    Another pointless 666MB download for probably less than 1MB of actual update. Can Apple learn to patch its products more efficiently?




    ChrisA
    Nov 4, 12:31 PM
    Maybe I need more RAM, but I was dissapointed to be reminded of Virtual PC, the way it totally slows the rest of my Mac down...

    If you are going to run two operating systems then your computer needs to have the resources for the sum of the two systems. So if Mac OSX needs 1GB to run well and so does Windows XP then you need 2GB of ram. Same for the CPU. If a 2Ghz is needed for Windows and a 2Ghz chip for MacOS then you need either a 4Ghz chip or a two core 2Ghz chip. You don't get anything for free. If you want to run two computers you need twice the hardware.

    I'll bet this runs great on a Mac Pro




    LbSigman
    Apr 22, 10:37 AM
    Have you used a 4.3" phone. They don't seem that much physically bigger but the screen size is awesome! Apple keeps getting squeezed with adding new technology because of the size limitations of the phone. Giving us a slightly bigger size with the advantage of a bigger screen size AND more components seems like an excellent tradeoff.

    Yeah - I know if will never happen because SJ is compulsive obsessive with never making things bigger.

    Tony

    http://dailymobile.se/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/HTC-ThunderBolt-vs-iPhone-4-Internet-Speed-Test.jpg

    Uh, no thanks. I don't need a bigger phone print in my pocket.




    NightFox
    Mar 31, 11:59 AM
    After all, Mac is sold to consumers, so why not give them the choise of colors, at least in their programs, if their computers are cold/neutrla grey/silver/white colored?

    CHOICE? :eek: Apple? Consider yourself privileged that you're allowed to set your own desktop wallpaper. Though are you still able to in Lion?



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