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  • thegreatluke
    Aug 7, 05:29 PM
    So if I want a mid-range tower, I can configured it to have less RAM, a smaller HD and a completely useless graphics card, and still come in $200-300 more than a comparable machine from Dell/Gateway/etc.? Why can't Apple sell me a desktop with 2GB RAM stock and a 250GB HD for less than two grand?

    Yes, the Apple is a quad instead of a dual - but exactly which apps does that matter on? Is a quad really going to be a vast improvement for Photoshop through Rosetta over, say, a single Xeon or 2.4 Conroe?

    All I ask for is a moderately priced OS X desktop that isn't crippled in any way (still paying for 802.11g! $350 to get a usable graphics card!).

    If using Windows didn't make my eyes bleed, I'd turn and run from Apple hardware in a heartbeat. (And that, of course, is why fanboy dreams of a retail OS X package for any computer would never happen - you'd have to be a fool to use Apple hardware.)
    I'm SO angry too! I'm seriously going to be PISSED OFF until Apple offers a 50 GHz workstation with 32 GB of RAM and a 4 TB hard drive for free!

    This and the MacBook are probably Apple's most competetively-priced computers.

    Go ahead - buy a Mac Pro. When you get it, send me the useless graphics card. I wouldn't mind.

    This is a good question. What happens if I put my x1900xt from my PC into one of these? Would it run under windows? If it would, then it should run under OS X with the correct driver, because it wouldn't be a hardware issue.

    I am willing to bet that, at least for the graphics cards with mac specific drivers, you could buy the PC equivalent. If you branch out to different model numbers, you might run into problems.

    Anyone have a MacPro they could lend me to test out my theory? :-)
    Most PCI-express graphics cards would work in a Mac Pro without a problem.

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  • alent1234
    Mar 29, 08:48 AM
    I dont understand the point of this. Is storage really an issue on peoples computers? I understand the mobile app, but why not just store the files locally?

    computers are last century, this is aimed at Android users like me with a phone with only 8GB of storage. no need to buy another SD card since i can dump part of my itunes library to amazon now

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  • lilo777
    Apr 18, 03:47 PM
    Well isn't that just embarassing? lol 10 times the money and they can't find SHI*T :mad:

    Annual revenues:

    Apple - $65.23 billion (2010)
    Samsung Electronics - $117.4 billion (2009)

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  • stuarty2003
    Mar 31, 03:12 AM
    I reckon Lion will be the last of cat names used for OS X.

    They can't really call the next one Ocelot, for example.

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  • aibo82
    May 4, 05:22 PM
    I'll say it again this is the start of the end of mac os!

    "Preferrd method of downloading LION"

    how long will it take apple to say this is the ONLY way you can download future updates/releases of Mac OS?

    Then the app store being the ONLY way you can download software on a mac! crippling web browser downloads locking users into apples walled garden app store!

    so no loging onto a non apple website for software to a new program/no pirate bay/no dodgy mp3s everthing vetted by the app store like the ipad/iphone!

    I hate the way this is all heading!

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  • Eye4Desyn
    Mar 28, 10:29 AM
    Think about it...
    Appl introduced a new Verizon iPhone 4 in January of this year and it only launched last month (February).
    Apple is also expected to release a white version of the iPhone 4 next month.

    These two iPhone 4 upgrades seem to allow Apple to push back the launch of their next-generation handset. Afterall, how could they release updated iPhone 4s in February and April then a whole new device in June?

    +1. My thoughts exactly. September = iPhone 4S/5 release.

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  • Sylo
    Mar 28, 09:44 AM
    I hope :apple: release the iPhone 5 in Jume because my contract is up for a renewal in that month!!

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  • slicecom
    Mar 28, 10:10 AM
    Damn it! This means the lineups will be twice as long for the 2012 iPhone (when I'm due to upgrade)!

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  • MrCrowbar
    Nov 23, 11:40 AM
    You own Apple do you? My! You've kept a very low profile!


    Besides that he probably is, good one geese. :p

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  • goobot
    Mar 28, 10:21 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)

    Didn't they find an iPhone with a a5 chip in the 4.3 firmware? There is gana be a new One

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  • tazinlwfl
    Apr 25, 10:14 AM
    Wow, I just realised I've been on this forum for quite a while.

    I've been reading MacRumors since about 02 (Highschool for me)... :p

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  • mscriv
    May 6, 04:14 PM
    I'm quaking in my boots at the solidarity and quick decision making that you troglodytes are demonstrating. Do whatever you like. It matters little in changing your fate. Split up and I'll pick you apart. Stay together and you get to watch each other die.

    I would say the end is coming soon, but the way you fools are bumbling about my mansion it might take a little while to destroy the lot of you. Good thing I'm a patient villain. (

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 10, 05:31 PM
    This is really only confusing/unclear for those who stopped really using math daily after grade school.

    Anything can be confusing and "ambiguous" if you throw enough uninitiated at a situation. It's just that people that lack proper knowledge or training would rather say something is "ambiguous" than admit that the problem lies with them.

    Always blame somebody else for problems, never yourself.

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  • Full of Win
    Mar 28, 09:48 AM
    The iPhone 4 is already dated relative to other phones on the market. To have a phone on the market for 18 months without an update is insane.

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  • ECUpirate44
    Apr 9, 06:21 PM
    Official Google answer.

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  • BlizzardBomb
    Jul 21, 03:25 PM
    something to remember about product update cycles:

    iSight iMac G5 came out in October '05, Intel iMac came out just 3 months later... in January '06.

    just thought I should remind everyone.

    Remind us about what? Please be a little less cryptic because some people are tired here :p

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  • Randall
    Aug 11, 02:27 PM
    it doesn't matter if you have a 64-bit processor and OS, you have to have 4Gb of RAM to run in 64-bit.

    hahaha hilarious :D Stop you're killing me.

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  • BJMRamage
    Apr 5, 01:37 PM
    i saw the thumbnail and thought "oh no! tell me that's not an iOS5 screenshot!!"

    and it wasn't. it was an UGLY scion ad theme.

    one of the nicer things about Apple's iOS than the other brands OS is the look of it.

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  • maflynn
    May 4, 02:46 PM
    That makes sense, while not incredibly expensive, the cost of manufacturing is still overhead if they can reduce it by providing a mechanism for the consumer to d/l it why not.

    Aug 11, 10:06 AM
    MacBook and MacBook Pro are soldered. So no, you can't change it.

    The iMac and MacMini are socketed.

    will there be a third party company that offers these upgrades to consumers?

    Apr 25, 09:00 AM
    I'm not impressed if this is where the iMac display is potentially going , the current GPUs can barely drive the resolutions they have now in anything other than simple desktop apps . , can you imagine what video card you would need to drive a game (say portal 2 which has low to modest requirements) at 30fps + on a screen with 3200 or higher resloution ? Well whatever that GPU is , apple will ship with the one released 2 years ago and half the RAM it shipped with on the PC .

    I love the mac OS , I love the mac design , I hate the "last years tech with a shiney shell" we seem to have to put up with , super high res screens and faster I/O ports are all well and good , but put a decent GPU in now the mac is becoming a contender as a home gaming platform .

    Think I ranted a bit then , sorry :rolleyes:

    Nightarchaon, youre my hero. All the conjecture about future hi res displays aside...the current iMac is almost crippled with its current GPU options. At should have something equivalent to an HD 6950/GTX 570. Given that those cards would blow past any thermal limits Apple has set...iMac owners are in a bit of a graphical quandary. It's an utterly gorgeous machine, superb display, great CPU, decent RAM, sufficient HDD options. But those graphics? :eek: SP cores and clock rates should have 2GB of VRAM(frame buffer) at that res.

    Sep 15, 05:01 PM
    Though the Macshrine site lists Photokina as happening on September 14--yesterday. :confused:

    Macshrine issued the following corrections:

    'September 14' was supposed to read 'September 25'
    'MBP' was supposed to read 'We don't know'

    We apologize for any confusion.

    Apr 7, 11:36 AM
    Ha ha! Way to go Apple!!!! Kill the competition any way you can!!

    Love my iPad

    With that said, it is absolutely idiotic to want no competition for Apple in any product

    Nov 27, 03:58 PM
    Just to add a little fuel to the fire - I found this on MacSurfer - likely another source, sounded a little different. The plot thickens... original article here is based on this smarthouse article, and has a link to it :) So unfortunately, the plot stays the same :)

    Excluding the pro and business market is what puzzles me. I can see photographers, artists and others taking advantage of a light pen to draw, anotate, and edit photos. I can see all sorts of people bringing them into meetings to write notes and do presentations connected to a projector. I do not see it being that useful in the home market (other than as a standard computer), but what the heck do I know.What the hell do any of us know :). Interesting to speculate though.

    I'll have to ask my partner about the graphics stuff - she's a high end graphic designer and a painter. My first thought is "the touch screen can't mimic her hand tools"... I figure that the accuracy of where she's touching the screen, the pressure she's exerting etc, will not be enough for real work

    If it provids full laptop functionality (-minus keyboard) and a light pen with solid hand writting recognition, I would certainly consider purchasing. But don't skimp on power, needs those 2GH Core2 duo's) and a decent 3d video card. Great on the airplane also.There is a market for this (not for me), but if they do this then developers will write for it as if it's a laptop... they'll keep thinking inside the box. And if the software is written for a laptop but works on a tablet, many people will simply buy a laptop.

    I can't forsee the other applications possible, but if Apple forces a shift in user and developers thinking then there's room for some great stuff. So far I've assumed the way to do this is to not be full power but fill a different niche (at least to start)... I may be wrong.

    Most home authomation if I remeber correctly is based on X10 or something like that. If it is different than X10, then they would need to also sell little devices that connects to lights and other electical devices so they can be remotely controlled.Yeah, hopefully Apple would pick one of the standards and work with that - even if they also sell little devices to plug into lights etc. It's useful to be able to put a different brand in occassionally.