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  • truz
    Aug 28, 09:49 PM
    Will an Apple Retail store upgrade your cpu? What's the cost to have this done without a warranty void?

    The Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe 1066MHz will work in an imac intel? newegg sells them for $369

    Core 2 Duo Extreme runs at 2.93GHz

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  • z4n3
    Apr 20, 10:56 AM
    I do not seem to have this file! :D

    guess there are some users that are safe....

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  • chopsuey158
    Sep 9, 10:13 PM
    I'd say switch the last two, make the ipod the 'one more thing' event and have the itunes movie store presented after the new mbp's. That would be a smoother transition ("oh, on your new mbp, you can download movies with the new itunes movie store") and then after that say "and one more thing, we also have the new ipod for you movie enjoyment." Who knows (besides steve jobs), but that's just my two cents worth.

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  • mightymike107
    Aug 29, 03:08 AM
    the MB keyboards are ugly, they remind me of some fool proof keyboard for military laptops. They reek of industrial utilitarianism.

    It's starting to get early on the east coast; the apple store is still up, are these bad signs?

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  • FlyNolJ
    Sep 12, 05:16 PM
    Christ, a $50 dollar price cut is a year of innovation? WOW.

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  • rmhop81
    Apr 22, 09:20 AM
    That is the problem I'm seeing too....the bandwidth. Everyone is screaming about HDDs. Hello, storage is cheap. I just see the carriers salivating at the idea of Apple wanting people to stream. I do see and understand that some people can find this new setup useful. However, a LOT of us see a major problem in terms of data charges. If Apple still gives the storage capacity in its devices as it does now, then I personally will NOT have a problem with this. I would prefer to have it stored locally. Cellular data connectivity is no where where it needs to be for me to happy with it as a replacement for local storage. Nah way. With my music, video and pictures, I have 3 running copies at any given time and this has worked out for me for many years. Why fix something that isn't broke?

    when you are at home turn on your WIFI...

    why is this concept so hard to grasp?

    you are a different kind of user. 3 running copies at once?? you rely way too much on physical obviously this won't be for you.

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  • jb510
    Apr 22, 04:23 AM
    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)

    I do want this but, i actually want wireless sync more. And some other things i cant really think of at the moment. Maybe iOS5 :/

    I could care less about cloud based streaming.... I'm far more interested in cloud sync'ing.

    Also just because Amazon requires users upload files doesn't mean they can't do deduplication across accounts similar to DropBox and others. It's still just a file storage service and I can see no reason they'd need licenses from industry.

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  • Synapple
    Sep 14, 08:46 AM
    Wow... this is great!

    I knew Apple would have a stand at Photokina but an Apple special event even before it is awesome! :D

    Apart from Aperture 2.0 I bet some hardware is a given.
    Aperture in itself, albeit a significant application for pro photographers, would not warrant a special event... let alone a special event on a Sunday :eek:

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  • nwcs
    Apr 4, 12:25 PM
    Interesting how a security guard is allowed to have a gun. Interesting to see what happens to him.

    Most likely nothing. Read the article.

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  • Cameront9
    Aug 23, 05:32 PM
    Steve Jobs knew this was a BS patent and it shows in his comments. Absolutely Stupid. Hell, the LISA had a Hierarchal File System. I'm still angry that this patent was even granted in the first place.

    Bottom line: Creative knew this was a BS patent, too, but they figured they had to try. However, when the patent was granted to them, they had a weapon in their war against the iPod. Rather than concentrate on making a better product, they used this weapon as a way to get some quick cash. They bet on Apple settling and not going to court.

    In the meantime, MS comes in and announces Zune, which threatens other WMA compatible players like Creative's offerings. Creative now thinks they need a backup plan and decides that during the negotiations with Apple, they can get them to give them a license to produce iPod-approved products. Now they have a fallback incase their own offerings fizzle out.

    The question is: Will they go after Microsoft, too? It would be hypocritical not to, after all.

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  • levitynyc
    Sep 9, 11:43 AM
    Sorry, but that's a ridiculous comparison. The only Mac you can reasonably compare the XPS 700 to is the Mac Pro, which has a lot more computing power for that kind of money.

    My point is that with the new processors and RAM upgrades, the iMac is headed towards more powerful use that could potentially switch over a PC gamer. If you wanted to do some serious gaming on the 24" iMac you could....if not for the poor video card options.

    Throw a dog a bone here and at least give us a 512MB option.

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  • strwrsfrk
    Apr 22, 12:53 PM
    If ditching the 320M and switching to an i-processor boosts battery life even 10%, I think it will be worth it.

    People who want to play modern games on these systems should already be aware of their limitations; sure, a graphics downgrade is a bummer, but the Intel IGP is good enough for most general productivity needs. And it's already been proven to handle 1080p out.

    The general sentiment that the 2012 will be an improvement on 100% of the internals is likely accurate. However, there are four changes that will make this a 100% buy for me:

    1) Backlit keyboard (my biggest hope).
    2) Larger SSD. 90+ GB base (128 would be most likely, I reckon), 380+ GB BTO.
    3) +10% Battery life. An extra 30 minutes to an hour would be spectacular.
    4) Core i ULM processor.

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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Mar 23, 03:50 PM
    The theory that OS X is completely secure is equally nonsense.

    Don't attempt to use logic or scientific evidence around here zer0sum. Fanboys have never heard of it. They're too busy sticking their heads in the sand and saying it could never happen to them. After all, Apple doesn't have security updates because they feel there is a "need" for them (after all, OSX is completely secure and it couldn't happen here!), but just to make people from the Windows world 'feel better' by saying they've done something once in a blue moon. ;) :D

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  • cube
    Apr 23, 02:08 PM
    I am curious about something. Intel is apparently having difficulty dealing with ATI, which is owned by AMD. Is this a problem for Apple that is limited to notebooks only? It seems like the new MBP doesn't have this same problem, except in the 13" model. Is this problem going to affect Apple's desktop machines? Or is it only limited to the very small laptops and perhaps the Mac Mini? I am just curious because it doesn't appear that the MBP 15 & 17" are effected. I do hope that this makes sense. I have been waiting to see the next versions of the Mac Book and the iMac. I would like to have a portable and I don't care or need a laptop that is a quarter of an inch in thickness or if it weighs a pound more than a Mac Book Air.

    Intel doesn't have a problem "dealing with ATI". The problem is that the integrated graphics in Sandy Bridge are inside the CPU, so if you put an alternative chipset with integrated graphics you're paying for stuff that you don't use, and the whole point of integrated graphics is to reduce costs.

    Also, NVIDIA is prohibited by Intel to make new chipsets for Intel CPUs that have an integrated memory controller.

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  • supermacdesign
    Sep 6, 12:04 AM
    Don't forget the 42" HD monitor Apple will drop at the event. What else did you think Apple would let you watch a movie on? (beside your iPod of course)

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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 5, 12:19 PM
    The TV makes a terrible monitor for any other computer use, and I just don't want the computer in my TV room.
    A current LCD or Plasma television with DVI or HDMI inputs can make an excellent computer monitor.

    For example, the Samsung 46" and 40" LCDs are 1920x1080, with VGA and HDMI input. They are excellent monitors (we use them in some small conference rooms in lieu of projectors).

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  • firestarter
    Apr 11, 07:32 AM
    blackNBUK - thanks for the correction!

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  • rloechner
    Mar 30, 01:28 PM
    Actually M$ its:

    "App Store"

    Take that.

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  • JMP
    Apr 30, 06:55 PM
    Can't wait to see what they come out with. Will the displays ramp up resolution and diminish in size? Will there be a scaled down iMac? (doubtful) Will some other advances accompany Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt?

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    Mar 23, 05:18 PM
    If I am sober enough to go through the process and find out where the checkpoints are then I should be able to use the software.

    Sep 13, 09:28 PM
    I just posted earlier today about how I was waiting for the Apple iPhone to upgrade my RAZR... but honestly thats it?

    I feel like the only one who looks at that design and says "blah". Its a horrible design for a phone. Its a nano with a bigger screen. Thats it. There are 1000 phones out there now that look just like this.

    I can't believe this is what we've been waiting for years and god knows how much in R&D for?

    I'm a much bigger fan of the iChat Mobile. (I know its fake but its a much better idea than this. Granted it needs some work too...)

    manu chao
    Apr 11, 07:34 AM
    Airfoil still needs the Airfoil installed on your computer to work, it won't run with just the iOS apps. I think pika2000 is asking about iOS apps that emulate an airport express, so that you could send the same audio to every device in your house.
    Well, you CAN send the same audio to every device in your house, as long as the audio originates on your Mac (which includes simply plugging in any iOS device or iPod into your Mac).

    Sep 12, 02:14 PM
    all good improvements, but pretty disappointing considering that the 5G was approaching 1 year since release.

    Nov 13, 08:48 PM
    Do you believe that Google Android apps are a free for all and that apps are never rejected? Do you believe that Google is any different than any other company when comes to protecting their IP? Google maps API for example, cannot be used in third party applications that offer turn by turn navigation.

    To be fair, that's quite possibly a limitation imposed on them by navteq/teleatlas.