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  • Legion93
    Apr 29, 04:05 PM
    Run, it's Gates!http://tapatalk.com/mu/56a2f4ce-2801-4e8b.jpg

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  • FFTT
    Sep 10, 05:28 AM
    What ever Apple decides to do, the result will have to be better than any Vista
    Powered AMD set-up.

    The thing is that Apple has not only set a standard for performance, but also
    for QUIET that no other workstation in it's class has ever achieved.

    They won't be able to maintain that ground if they cut too many corners.

    Some of these quad core designs will be a success and some with probably fail
    to meet Apple's standards.

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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 23, 02:47 AM
    I'd disagree based on the last demo by intel.

    Thunderbolt uses DisplayPort 1.1a which is not as good as DisplayPort 1.2 already found in some GPUs.

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  • linux2mac
    Apr 28, 10:57 PM
    Really!? You never received a quality product? In 20 years? Please tell.

    The closest was Windows 2000 Professional. I quit at XP.

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  • Dezinformatsiya
    Jan 16, 05:28 PM
    Sophos has quite a low detection rate in comparison to some others in my experience, but it's a solid AV, and one can't fault what's free.

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  • suzerain
    Sep 26, 08:41 AM
    There are vast areas that Verizon and Sprint don't cover in the US, too. It's that way with every single cell phone company in the US.

    Apple would have to make at least 2 different phones for that to work. There are two primary cellular networks in the US: GSM and CDMA. If Apple makes just a GSM phone, they're also making a phone that can be used in almost every other country in the world. Europe and Asia are the real cell phone markets, not the US.

    Yeah, but not if it's locked. I had to call up my provider and beg for my unlock code so that I could use *my* phone in Asia, and then they said yes, and never sent it to me. Call them back, and...well..rinse, repeat.

    What about people like me who travel a lot and want to pop in SIM cards in other places? I'm sick and tired of the U.S. market and all of its stupid contract / vendor lock-in ********.

    Pity to see Apple on that bandwagon; I hope they just sell the phone in the Apple Store unlocked, and let us choose the carrier we want.

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  • Warbrain
    Apr 20, 10:01 AM
    I'm a pretty serious Apple fanatic and I'm willing to scrap my family's iPhones because of this. I know the government can track me anyway by watching my movement across cell towers, but this is a huge affront to privacy.

    If you tie this story to the recent news from Michigan that cops there are able to suck the data off of your phone at a traffic stop, then this is really frightening.

    If this is your biggest worry on people being able to track you...hmph.

    Tinfoil hats are going to be all the rage here soon.

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  • Vegasman
    Mar 30, 01:46 PM
    So, here is an interesting argument, as app is short for Applications, and Applications are a strict subset of programs, doesn't the App Store technically sell Programs, not Apps? Thus, the term is no generic at all. "Program Store" would the generic term. It's the same as a club called "Liqueur Store" (which is TMed.)

    Interesting indeed. But i would argue that app, application and program are all equally interchangeable.

    A club can call itself "Liqueur Store" all it wants. It is not a store that sells liqueur. It's a club that sells liqueur.

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  • fetchmebeers
    Sep 12, 03:33 PM
    I meant return window..its just one day. Im not sure about the return but just give it a shot. If they ask, tell them you'd like to buy the new version. Be polite but firm as much as possible and you should be fine. Worst case scenario is they say no BUT you won't feel bad because you're current iPod is definately not out of date from what i see today

    o dude ;)

    that was really, really reassuring and comforting!!! thank you :D

    well yes i might try that, but even if my attempt failed i won't bother to manage to get the new one, cause as you pointed out, there obviously aren't that much of major differences, as most of us seem to agree upon.....

    right now i'm in korea, and it's 5:30 in teh morning... had to stay up all night to get the live broadcast.... it was very enthralling and stuff, all was good except that it'd hurt my productivity today.... haha

    well just saying!

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  • clintob
    Oct 12, 03:49 PM
    You do realize HIV effects women differently than men? It also effects children differently than adults.

    Do yourself a favor and do a quick google on how much money has been spent on HIV research and prevention for children and women, compare that to men with HIV. Then do a search on children/women with HIV and mortality rates compared to men w/HIV.

    We live in a very sexist society. HIV research was never funded or taken seriously by society at large until heterosexual white men started to develop AIDS.

    I don't want to pick a fight, because that wasn't the intention of my post, but I'm sorry - this statement is, if not patently false, at very least highly misguided and irresponsible.

    The mortality rate of HIV is far higher in men than in women - and it always has been. You look this up very easily all over the web, on the CDC's website, and any number of other places... it's very clear. But if you really want to go there, here's an empirical medical fact: at its worst levels of infection (in the mid 1990s), HIV mortality rates were nearly 30 per 100,000 for men, and barely over 5 per 100,000 in women. Look it up.

    As for the disease affecting men/women/children differently, sure that's true, but it's true for pretty much every disease. Children's mortality rates are almost always higher than healthy adults. They are smaller, weaker, and have less developed immune systems. That's got nothing to do with HIV.

    And as for when HIV research was taken seriously, I think to make a sexist claim against that is pretty unfounded. You can certainly make the heterosexual part of the argument - that's been well documented. But to say that science discriminates between male and female disease affliction rates is completely irresponsible. Our society is sexist in many ways, no argument there, but to say that scientific research is based on the proportion of male afflictions to female afflictions is insane. If that were true, breast cancer (which, by the way, affects FAR less women than prostate cancer does men) wouldn't be on every commercial and in every fundraiser known to man.

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  • mgguy
    Apr 25, 12:09 AM
    She should have pulled out her gun and blown your effin head off:p.

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  • Spanky Deluxe
    Sep 5, 01:51 PM
    New iMacs and Mac Minis imo. Those don't require anything changed apart from a processor swap since they're socketed. I'd give the Macbook Pros and MacBooks a while longer before we see an update.

    Edit: If they don't up the quality of the movies to the base HD spec of 720p then they may as well not bother. I'd rather go and buy the DVDs. The only way I'd be tempted to purchase via iTunes would be if the quality I could get would be higher. I don't care if it takes a while to download.

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  • polyesterlester
    Aug 31, 05:49 PM
    I have a feeling Ted Stevens won't appreciate Apple's movie store. It'll take his staff weeks to send him an internet.

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  • kdarling
    Apr 19, 01:44 PM
    Wait, people actually still listen to actual radios?

    Please read post #162 above (http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=12421810&postcount=162), for a definition of "radio controls" that is different from what you thought.

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  • G4er?
    Mar 22, 08:44 PM
    Next Mac will be whatever the largest screen they make and fastest chip they have whenever this one dies.

    Since you can only get the fastest processor with the largest screen your choice will be easy.

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  • PBF
    Apr 11, 01:59 AM
    Apple don't like the word 'expose' in any form whatsoever. :p

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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 11, 09:45 PM
    I mean, imagine where we'd be if Steve Jobs didn't have the forsight to develop an Intel version of OS X from the very beginning, 6 years ago?
    Or, that Jobs had the foresight not to kill the x86 build of NextStep when he renamed it OSX.

    They didn't create an x86 port, they simply maintained the x86 support when they added PPC support and the rest of OSX

    Just like Microsoft for years maintained the PowerPC support in NT - which made it very easy to put a PPC chip in the Xbox 360.

    2007 looks like it's definitely going to be the year of the Mac!
    Yes, the year when it can be proven that Macs are the same as the Dells and eMachines and Gateways and all the other systems from people who also glue Intel chips to a motherboard. :D

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  • DRewPi
    Sep 2, 03:52 PM
    MacBook for 999$ with some up features would be the deal for me !!!!!

    Otherwise just throw in some of that C2D chips and let it rock !!!! :D

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  • jclardy
    Apr 22, 11:59 AM
    Because they didn't redesign the MBP. It is the same 13" unibody MBP they have had since the first 13" unibody MBP. Because of that, everything is exactly the same as it was. It has nothing to do with the capabilities of the video chipset. Seriously the 13" MBP can run a 27" ACD.

    They could have still changed LCD panels without needing a redesign.

    I may definitely be looking into an 11" MBA later this year if they do come out with SB and thunderbolt. As long as the battery life is the same or better.

    Apr 15, 12:33 PM
    Cere, on page one, you DID state that TB would (a) be mac only and (b) die and you've been backtracking terribly ever since.

    When you make a statement such as "unfortunately, also bingo" you are giving your full endorsement to that statement and you have accepted that as your own opinion with no ifs, ands or buts. In case you've forgotten, you gave your full endorsement to this quote:

    Since then, you've argued that what you really meant was that PC manufacturers wont support it (without proof to back up your claims) and made poor comparisons to Firewire.

    Let's compare the two for a second:

    FW was pushed by Apple
    TB is being pushed by Apple, but more importantly Intel (whose chips power most PCs)

    FW had a high per port licensing cost
    TB uses a royalty free port and support will be built into future Intel chipsets (making PC implementation virtually inevitable)

    FW was slower than USB on paper, but faster in reality
    TB blows USB 3.0 out of the water, both on paper and in reality

    Why do you keep insisting they are the same and will share the same fate? On top of that, as I mentioned earlier (http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=12392173&postcount=63) (and no one, including yourself has attempted to refute) TB isn't even a direct competitor with USB, it's more of a complimentary technology. You've done nothing in this thread but blow hot air.

    Bingo! :D

    Sep 9, 10:48 AM
    I think far to many persons here are dismissing Merom and are not thinking about this rationally. They are getting a 20% boost at the SAME clock speed as the old chips. That is similar to 400 MHz additional performance. Granted one can not scale the MHz without other issues coming into play but still it gives you an idea about how well the chips are doing. On top of that the 64 bit option isn't likely to even be in the picture at the moment nor the other chip improvements.

    What I'm getting at is that Merom is demonstrating to be a significant step forward. The real surprise is that Intel actually delivered a nice chip set.

    As to the laptop chip in the iMac come on everyone here knows about the thermal issues in that machine. It is no surprise at all. What it does demonstrate clearly is that multiprocessing can deliver very usable performance at very low powers. A number of people where dismissing multiprocessing as the wave of the future a couple of years ago (I remember because I was promoting it) this should cool off those concerns for the majority of the users out there. I'm with you on power usage more manufactures need to look at this issue seriously.

    The thing with Merom is that I'm seeing big upside potential performance wise. I'm surprised that more people are not up on this. Intel can accomplish this by tweaking the current process or going to the next generation feature size. Merom is nice but it still needs more effort at power reduction to scale speed.


    I think we all knew that Merom would only bring modest performance gains. I'm surprised they're as high as they are. I'm still not sure why they're using the laptop line of processors in their mid range desktop but it's certainly a testament to the power of Intel's new chips. If it keeps the iMac's cool and efficient then it's all good.

    May 3, 10:47 AM
    Personally I'm a huge fan of daisy chaining. Less devices, less cables, less clutter. You just attach each device to the next.

    What is it you have an aversion to?

    That's what I was thinking, I thought the whole point of Thunderbolt was that it had so much throughput you could daisy chain as much stuff as you wanted without a drop in performance.

    The question is, was the second thunderbolt port necessary to drive two external displays, or could you daisy chain them ad infinitum like Steve Jobs thinks you should do?

    Aug 28, 03:28 PM
    Come on Apple... open the doors. Let's not be too far behind, here...

    I hope Apple is at least somewhat prepared for the demand... :)

    Apr 22, 07:52 PM
    I would also prefer AMD, but I don't think there will be Llanos low-powered enough for the MBA.

    Look at the Zacate E-350. It's 18W, and CPU-wise it's at a dual core Atom level.
    OK, it's bulk 40nm, and Llano is 32nm SOI, but the quad mobile Llano I've seen is supposed to be 45W. MBAs are at 10W and 17W.

    Llano is still a Stars+ core. Maybe next year with Bulldozer Fusion.

    An important detail is that one needs to add the graphics TDP to those Intel numbers, so there's still hope for some Llano goodness.