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  • New York#39;s New Mega-Stadiums

  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 25, 10:44 AM
    How do you even know if this is true. Oh, I know, I'm a MacRumors reader. I sent an email to Steve Jobs and he said that Apple is storing all of this tracking information in their new data center, that is why it is such a large facility with a tremendous storage capacity.

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  • syc23
    Apr 26, 03:22 PM
    You don't hear about Ferrari and Porsche worrying about their market share. Neither should Apple. Let the other guys squabble in the lower end of the market leaving Apple to continue to deliver a premium product and user experience.

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  • poppe
    Jul 21, 05:28 PM

    Personally, I think its about time we have a major case revision. The aluminum PowerBooks have been out for almost three years (september '03 I believe). Don't get me wrong; current design is great: its functional and elegant, but change has to come eventually.


    Agreed!... But so far anytime that topic is brought up, you know what alot are saying? They say "why fix a good thing, if it isn't broken."

    If they just refined it at least. You know added magnetic latch and some other stuff...

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  • hob
    Mar 27, 05:03 PM
    Cloud based services will require mobile phone operators to change their pricing structures or see lots of dissapointed customers.

    O2 UK - 24 month contract �35pm, right now = 1000 SMS's, 600 minutes, 500MB data. I'd far rather see 500SMS's, 300 minutes, 1.5GB data... but of course, the SMS and minutes cost them next to nothing vs. data costs...

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  • RedTomato
    Aug 7, 03:28 PM
    Apple's newest and greatest always has high prices, then they will come down.

    With the Gx range, this didn't happen as IBM rarely changed their prices.

    Welcome to the new Intel world where prices change on a monthly basis.

    Remember when the Mac Mini were introduced?

    First they were quite expensive, then prices came down within a few weeks.

    I can't remember when the next Intel price drop is expected - someone tell us please? (probably in about 2 or 3 months time - Octoberish.)

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 14, 05:23 PM
    I think we can all agree that there is a lot of waste in government. The fact is, a lot of it is hard to find.

    I'd try to take the time to find it.

    There are people who specialize in that.

    Let them loose. See what they find.

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  • The question on New York area

  • Seryph
    Mar 31, 04:24 AM
    I'm wondering how many people commenting on this thread and saying that Lion is terrible/UI is ****/Apple have failed... have actually used Lion? Hell, I'm sure they'll all claim they have as there's no way to prove it, but I have to be honest it sounds like a lot of these people haven't actually had their hands on the update. I have, and while I doubted Apple a little before it's great once you try it out. Still, isn't it nice that people are allowed opinions... it would just be nice if those opinions were based on an actual personal experience rather than watching videos and reading websites.


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  • Porchland
    Sep 11, 09:06 AM
    I haven't seen any rumors of this, but I would love to see an Apple-branded Comcast HD/DVR box. My Motorola set-top box already has the killer app that everyone wants to see from a IP-streaming device: HD movies on demand for $4 a pop. But the interface is slow and clunky, and Apple would do a much better job.

    As I've said here before, I'm not all that interested in an iTMS TV/movie store unless it replaces my cable, i.e., gives me most of the TV content I want for a flat monthly rate and movies at $4 each.

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  • Eidorian
    Jul 21, 02:38 PM
    To date we have not seen Apple update any of their Intel products. So it may not be any different. The pressure will be on Apple with new processors coming out all of the time. Steve Jobs keps Apple from doing what you would exspect much of the time.

    Bill the TaxManThe MacBook Pro was speed bumped, twice.

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  • dr_lha
    Aug 11, 10:45 AM
    The link that was posted was to a Conroe chip. mashinhead asked for third party upgrades for the the current Yonah based line here. #64 (http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=2708950&postcount=64)

    Conroe cannot fit into Merom's socket.
    Which is exactly what I said in my post.

    I'm totallly confused as to why you're saying I was wrong here. The chip linked was Conroe, I said:

    There is no current Mac that this chip can "drop into", apart from maybe a Mac Pro, but going from a Woodcrest to a Conroe would be a downgrade in that case.

    The Merom that should eventually go into the iMac, mini, MBP and MacBook are currently not on sale to the consumer.

    Exactly what was wrong with this again, apart from your not reading it correctly?

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  • Demonofelru
    May 6, 01:34 AM
    I'm using an older PowerPC G4 and I'm proud of it :D

    Another thought... if this rumor is true, wouldn't this be a great time to buy stock in ARM?

    About the ARMH stock not necessarily MANY positive bullish things are already priced into the stock price. ARM is trading at a P/E Ratio of about 105 and that's AFTER a recent pullback of 10% or so. Just to put things in perspective Microsoft's P/E Ratio is about 10 Intel's is about 11 even Apple's P/E Ratio is under 17 and they have HUGE growth.

    Edit: Full Disclosure I am long ARMH, MSFT, INTC, AAPL

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  • Skoal
    Apr 18, 03:25 PM
    Good God Apple, whatever!

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  • MacRumors
    Nov 26, 10:20 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Smarthouse.com.au claims (http://www.smarthouse.com.au/Automation/Display_Panels?Article=/Automation/Display%20Panels/H9R6N2M2) that Apple has a full working prototype of a Mac tablet PC within their labs with plans for a 2007 launch.

    According to sources in Taiwan, the targets for this unreleased Mac tablet are expected to be home and education markets rather than the enterprise market.

    The Mac tablet has been designed to handle third party applications such as home automation software that will allow users to control lighting, audio, entertainment devices and security feeds. It also acts as a full blown PC has wireless linking for a new generation of Wireless Hi Fi speakers that are currently being tested by Apple.

    The Intel-based Tablet Mac would also offer a docking station to provide HDMI output to the appropriate screen. Beyond using the technology documented in Apple's recent patent applications for touch-screen/tablet Macs, Apple is reportedly licensing at least three patents from 3rd party companies.

    This is not the first time that there have been rumors about a Mac tablet. In fact, rumors of a Mac tablet culminated in early 2003 with significant evidence that a Mac tablet project was in the works at that time. At the time, one description of the tablet at the time was as follows:

    A device that superficially resembles a large iPod with an 8-inch diagonal screen, lacks a keyboard, packs USB and FireWire ports, and runs Mac OS X along with a variety of multimedia goodies.

    The tablet, of course, never saw the light of day... though its unclear why Apple never released the tablet (if it did indeed exist).

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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 26, 02:42 PM
    Competition is good :) Keeps Apple on their toes

    Don't need another MS Monopoly.......

    And it least Android has healthy competition too (unlike MS).

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  • macenforcer
    Aug 7, 05:49 PM
    Kinda ugly.

    Somewhat. I definately will miss the cool clear shade on the G5. I would always run that computer with the aluminum cover off. Looked so nice. It would have been nice if they put XEON on the inside somewhere. Just too plain inside.

    I would swear the mac pro is shorter though. Is it just me?

    EDIT: No, its the same exact size. Just 2lbs lighter.

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  • grahamperrin
    Nov 26, 12:21 PM
    At http://openforum.sophos.com/t5/Sophos-Anti-Virus-for-Mac-Home/Disabling-Sophos-from-start-up/m-p/1117#M643 in the words of a VIP:

    Sophos Mac HE wasn't built to be used for on-demand scans only - it will use more resources than necessary for just this task�


    slowing my Mac to a crawl

    Experiences do vary greatly.

    At one extreme: users who find SAV better than comparable software from other developers. There are many such users.

    At the other extreme: users who find that SAV causes deadlock (requiring a forced shutdown or restart) before the computer can be used. Around http://openforum.sophos.com/t5/Sophos-Anti-Virus-for-Mac-Home/Unable-to-complete-login-after-reboot/m-p/1005#M588 I hope to discover whether a previously known issue was:

    a) resolved appropriately (if the number of WorkerThreads was not increased from 4, then how was the issue resolved?)


    b) overlooked.

    Somewhere in the middle: Second and subsequent launches of applications, a sense of hogging (http://openforum.sophos.com/t5/Sophos-Anti-Virus-for-Mac-Home/Second-and-subsequent-launches-of-applications-a-sense-of/td-p/355) � by default, on-access scanning excludes archives and compressed files (IMO that's not ideal); if you do prefer on-access scanning of archives and compressed files you may find that some types of application are unusually slow to launch.

    Reading File Vault Information � The Matrix Data Bank (http://www.schollnick.net/wordpress/macintosh-related/file-vault-information) (highlights (http://diigo.com/0drrs)) �

    each additional thread will take up approx 8Mb of memory

    � alongside http://openforum.sophos.com/t5/Sophos-Anti-Virus-for-Mac-Home/Unable-to-complete-login-after-reboot/m-p/981#M576 my gut feeling at the moment is that a debatably small memory footprint (4 WorkerThreads, with no GUI to increase the number to a safer 15) presents unnecessary risk to some users.

    Personally, I'm disappointed that a respected organisation with expertise in security (Sophos) has not taken care to have their product work reliably, for all users, with a key security feature (FileVault) of an operating system. It may be that only a handful of users are affected, but deadlocks and forced shutdowns are never acceptable.

    Security is vaguely to mildly inconvenient, and worth it in my opinion.


    For some types of user, software such as Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac OS X does offer additional (never total) peace of mind.

    My advice: try it. If you find a problem, feedback to Sophos.

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 18, 05:08 PM
    It would be like Nintendo suing Sharp even though the 3DS screen is supplied by them.

    You better believe Nintendo would sue Sharp if Sharp released a 3DS competitor that looked just like a 3DS.

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  • Schizoid
    Mar 31, 08:51 AM
    By separating Server from Lion client, I believe Apple will now pursue the Microsoft line of OS marketing...

    We'll have Lion Home Premium (no Server) plus Lion Professional (with Server) and also you can buy Lion Ultimate (32 or 64 bit with or without Server and a new disk encryption facility)

    Users of Snow Leopard will be able to upgrade to Lion Home Premium and/or Lion Profession without moving data, unless the data needs to be encrypted by copying to a Lion Ultimate (32 bit only edition) via the 64 bit Lion Home Premium or Professional without passwords and/or data...

    Microsoft - Making things Simple�

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  • Moyank24
    May 2, 11:10 PM

    May 7, 12:04 PM
    Could Apple be tired of offering support for MobileMe? It must be an expensive pain in the butt costing more than they make from selling it. Maybe if it were free they would drop much or all of the support leaving it to an online manual or something. It could simplify things for Apple leaving them to concentrate on more profitable areas.

    Don't panic
    May 5, 05:14 PM
    Thanks, I need all the help I can get.

    Excellent, walking around this mansion is making me hungry. And before my darling husband asks..no I'm not cooking the soup. You boys figure it out.

    no worries.
    leave it to the dwarves.
    the trick is to leave the feet out.

    and lots of onions.

    Sep 11, 01:00 PM
    Ok Ok, I was trying to be sarcastic but it didnt work... More mportantly amazon UK shipping all Macbooks in 1-2 weeks and apple uk shipping in a week....... I sense an update.

    ...or back to school rush

    Aug 6, 12:06 AM
    Whats the normal run of events?

    3 split up segments and then one more thing

    Here is what i reckon

    1) Intel transition
    blah blah blah, it has been quick, painless developers, developers developers. Everyone has been receptive except $#%#@@! Adobe
    Intel keep giving us the chips
    today we update MBP and iMac to core 2 duo

    2)Talking about tranistion there are 2 products which haven't yet been transistioned
    PowerMac > Mac Pro
    Xserve > Xserve? Mac Serve?

    Mac Pro has 3 configs
    Best - Dual Xeon, 1GB 500GB 256X1800 $3299
    Better - Core 2 Duo 2.93ghz 1GB 500gb 256mb X1600 $2499
    Good - Core 2 Duo 2.6 1GB 250gb 256mb X1600 $1999

    Xserves - All Xeons, dah

    3) Leopard talk

    4) One more thing
    Candidates: iPhone, iPod, New Screens (may be intro'd with Mac Pro's) what ever else there could be

    I completely second that.

    Mar 28, 10:05 AM
    It's the usual geek misconception of what a device needs. They are all about checklist items. And thus they are missing the fact that a major paradigm shift is occurring in this world where the far larger non-tech audience is now buying tech toys. This audience does not know much about specs, and cares even less. All they care about is cost (Apple is right there in phones), how their apps work (just great on the iPhone), choice of apps (no one has more choice than Apple), and what they have read or heard about (Apple is the advertising leader).

    So geeks will continue to stamp their feet and pout about checklists that Apple is "failing" at. The rest of the world will keep happily using their amazing iPhones.

    And you're missing the fact that it's the Geeks who write the apps that work on the iPhone.

    If the geeks decide the larger customer base elsewhere is more enticing, then you'll start hemorraging developers. Same if the geeks decide that their new project is going to be aimed at more robust hardware.

    In the end, it's all tied together. The specs are an important part of the device, even if the person buying it has no clue what they mean. Developers are Apple's main focus (or should be) as far as iOS goes, and some of the lay people here chanting on and on about paradigms seem to be ignoring it.

    So? Do any of those phones have 1/10th the user experience of the iPhone? Who is standing in line for them? Do you question the speed of the electronics in your TV set? No because it does what it's supposed to do.

    I was talking about Developers, not users. While you may not care your iPhone has a single core SoC, ChAir software might for their next game and decide to simply forgo releasing it on iOS. Again, we're at a tipping point right now, Android has gained fast and offers devices right now that outperform the iOS devices, which might put Apple on the back burner.

    Especially considering that their user base, while not on a single handset, is right now bigger or close to being than iOS's.

    From a developer's perspective, Android is looking good right now. If these trends continue, iOS won't be looking as good as it used to.