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  • sth
    Oct 23, 08:13 AM
    If it can't support 4gigs of ram, it ain't worth the wait for me.:mad:
    I've read that even the current MBP supports 4gigs.
    Apple just doesn't offer it in their store since the CPU can only address around 3,2gigs (like every other 32bit cpu).

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  • Tomorrow
    Apr 20, 10:54 AM
    I also hate to hear people moan about how inconvenient a standard transmission is during stop and go traffic; I mean it's not that bad

    For most passenger cars in the U.S., an automatic transmission is standard - indeed, a manual transmission isn't even available for many (if not most) cars here.

    As for being "not that bad," you might not think so; for many of us, there's a noticeable difference, one we can appreciate.

    People are just too willing to sacrifice the fun of driving for convenience.

    I used to think driving was fun, but that was many years ago. I absolutely loathe driving now. Whenever I go somewhere with my wife, she drives.

    To me, driving is a necessary evil; if I'm at point A and I need to get to point B, and nobody else is going my way, then I'll drive; otherwise, I won't. I positively hate it, and I gain no joy whatsoever from it.

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  • GSPice
    Apr 19, 11:15 AM
    MacRumors is quoting CNET? :(

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  • kelving525
    Oct 6, 11:16 PM
    The volume buttons are a little stiff, though the sleep/wake button is perfect. I'm hoping the volume buttons will loosen up a bit over time. I can adjust them pretty easily with my pointer finger when held in my right hand, but I can't do it very well with my thumb when holding in my left hand.

    I completely agree with you on this, the sleep/wake button is fine using either left or right, BUT the volume rocker is not convenient when using left hand, but right hand is ok.

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  • skunk
    Mar 21, 05:05 PM
    I think this would be conterproductive to the end result though.Oh, the Humanity!

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  • Carguy172
    Oct 23, 07:41 PM
    I hope this happens I have been waiting for a long time

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  • skiltrip
    Oct 6, 01:29 PM
    Thanks. That looks like a great case there too!

    I hope it's nice in person. I have a cheapo $2 gel case in smokey black I got on Ebay. Looks nice, but tons of watermarking, and the fit is so-so. Hard to get on right. And the volume button cover on that cheapo case sucks. Hopefully this will be a good compromise.

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  • AppliedVisual
    Oct 23, 11:04 PM
    64 bit has to do with memory addressing, not GUI speed. Someone posted they felt it unlikely Santa Rosa (Intel 64 bit memory support chips) would be released early. But doesn't Intel have a 64 bit memory addressing system similar to the ?965? now?

    64bit instructions can provide a speed boost for certain computationally-intense applications that are optimized for it. Think scientific / visualization type apps where high precision values are needed and when 64bit values are being used, suddenly on a 64bit platform with 64bit registers, the time for a multiplication operation can effectively be cut in half. That's very simplistic, but not all that far off. Over in PC Land, some 3D rendering softwares have 64bit to 128bit (Lightwave is 96bit) operation pipelines in place for their precision values. Their 64bit optimized versions are showing 15 to 35 % speed ups depending on the various task vs. the 32bit version of the software doing the same thing on a 32bit OS, so there is a boost...

    While you won't see the speed advantage in your Tiger or Leopard GUI, you'll notice it if you run any calculation-intense software that's optimized for the 64bit platform. So there's a bit more there than just being able to address more memory....

    If you don't need 3+ GB of portable memory NOW, you might as well wait till June 07 or buy whatever is available now and be really happy with it.

    I'm starting to feel like a broken record with this one... If you do need more than 3GB of RAM now, then you're out of luck. Intel is not shipping any mobile chipsets capable of addressing anything larger than a 32bit address window (4GB). Factoring in all the memory addresses used by system overhead, BIOS, video memory, etc..., you come up with just a fuzz over 3GB that you can actually address and use, even if you install a full 4GB. This won't change until they ship Crestline -- the updated mobile chipset (i965). The Desktop i965 series has already been shipping for a while now and that works with the desktop Core 2 Duo CPUs (Conroe).

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  • fafner
    Mar 26, 03:36 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; sv-se) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8C148)

    The Apple TV 3 Will have this power, and then pairing up with anoter iOS device would be nice. All controls on the touch/iPad/phone pushing the graphics from the apple TV.

    And you players are you looking at your mice when moving it around?
    I am looking at the cursor...
    Have you seen a modern fighter jet cocpit, less and less buttons and more and more displays...

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  • wilycoder
    Apr 21, 12:35 PM
    I trust Apple a lot more than Al Franken.

    Remember, Al Franken voted for legislation that would require, among other privacy violations:
    - All your health care information be reported to the government.
    - All your health care information be kept in a centrallized location.
    - the disclosure of your financial and health care information to the IRS without your notification
    - all busiensses that gather any information about you via the internet (including Apple) to disclose this information to the government upon demand and without a warrant.

    So, Franken can pretend like he cares about privacy, but he's already clearly on the record in thinking that you don't have any privacy when HE wants to find out things about you.

    Al Franken isnt tracking me, my iphone is.

    What a lame ass attempt to politicize the issue :rolleyes:

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  • Benguitar
    Nov 25, 11:02 PM
    My gosh, they gigantic case joke was funny at first, then he tells you it's not amusing to him anymore, so you continue. You're beating a dead horse. In fact, this horse's insides are smeared all over the road.

    Yes, Thank you, Beating a dead horse.

    I'm a manager at an eyewear boutique. This is not Sunglasses Hut. We do not carry Oakley. We specialize in high-end, independent, mostly European designers that most people haven't heard of.

    $400 is average for a pair of frames. The average pair of rx glasses without insurance is between $700 and $900.

    I have never seen a case as intense as that gun case used to protect eyewear, ever! But don't take offense, each to his own.

    Just wanted to raise awareness to all these people stating that $200-$400 is "expensive" for eyewear when they are spending $$$$$$ on phones, computers, tvs, etc; which are probably replaced more frequently than the glasses which help them see and are the first accessory others see on them.

    Glasses should be as important of an investment as your fancy electronics.

    Check out these brands if you're interested: ic! Berlin, Face a Face, Orgreen, Bevel, undostrial, strada del sol, historie du voire, theo, and so many more.

    - eyewear nerd:cool:

    Cool, Good for you, I personally have never liked "boutique" stuff, Just because of bad experiences with guitarists who worship the term and think anything else is horrible.

    That being said, I've never heard of Oakley as "boutique" But if they do, I will admit that would have made me sound like a hypocrite. Also, I was not aware that that case is a gun case, That is just speculation made by another MacRumors member. As I said, I purchased it at a photography store and it is a Pelican Case.

    From what I've seen most gun cases are metal? Eh, Whatever. Not another argument please.

    Now... To end the eyeglasses argument forever, It is no longer my latest purchase.

    I purchased a blue iPod Shuffle for my good friend and physical trainer.

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  • amac4me
    Jul 19, 05:12 PM
    Great quarter for Apple!

    The introduction of the MacBook during the quarter really helped to drive Macintosh sales. The dip in desktop sales can be explained by the PowerMac (G5 processors) Once Apple releases the Intel powered PowerMac, there will be a dramatic increase in Macintosh desktop sales.

    Apple is doing very well right now and I expect Macintosh sales to really spike as we head into the holiday shopping season.

    Can anyone say increased "Market Share"?

    :D :D :D

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  • macrumors12345
    Jul 19, 06:25 PM (

    Apple posted their ( 3rd Quarter 2006 financial results today.

    Apple posted revenue of $4.37 billion and a net quarterly profit of $472 million or $.54 per diluted share. For reference, the year-ago quarter brought in $3.53 billion in revenue, net profit of $320 million or $.37 per diluted share.

    Apple shipped 1,327,000 Macintosh computers and 8,111,000 iPods during this quarter which represents a 12% growth in Macs and 32% growth in iPods year-over-year.

    - 75% of Macs sold during the quarter used Intel processors.
    - 2nd highest quarterly sales and earnings in Apple's history

    Live streaming of the results conference call will be broadcast at 5pm EST (

    Digg This (!_2nd_Best_In_Company_History!)

    The numbers on portables and desktops aren't right (looks like they are Q3 05 numbers). The right numbers are 800k laptops and 527k desktops.

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  • firewood
    Mar 25, 07:31 PM
    naysayers are probably more concerned with the fact that you can't look at the tv screen while fumbling for the touch controls on the ipad; physical buttons enable the player to just feel for the controls, without having to look down and miss the action on tv.

    Clear plastic with cut-outs would enable a player to feel for touch controls without having to look. Attach by suction or something. Some company makes a variation already. I expect more to.

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  • doberman211
    Mar 22, 10:25 PM
    Curious to see some statistics on this.

    yes indeed. i have looked at some high quality SSD drives and bought one from other world computing for fairly low price but is fastest SSD i know of, and the guaranteed lifetime data storage expectancy reaches well over 200 years and the read/write rates remain constant for roughly the first twenty. i think he had it backwards. HDDs lose their magnetic charge after a while and your data fades away and gets corrupted.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 12, 04:22 PM
    EDIT: I forgot to post this earlier: a GM spokesman has denied ( that the North American Cruze diesel has gotten the green light for production. He seems to imply that GM is waiting to gauge reactions to the existing Cruze lineup before making a decision on a diesel option. So, no new information really. It's obviously a product under consideration, but it seems unlikely we'd see it in showrooms till late next year at the earliest.

    Talking about stolen design.... Hyundai i30... BMW 1 series... look familiar? I swear they have the exact same back panel! BMW had the look first then all of a sudden hyundai made a car that looks like a 1 series from a distance until u get to see the badge

    There is a certain similarity, but I chalk that up mostly to the family resemblance between almost all 5-door hatchbacks, especially in the rear end. Besides, the i30 is a FF economy car while the 1 Series is a FR luxury sport hatch, and many other car manufacturers have been aping BMW's style for decades.

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  • Built
    Apr 2, 07:44 PM
    what the **** are you talking about?!!!

    you are getting false information, I would dare say 99% of ipad 2s have absolutely no hardware problem.

    You're deluding yourself.

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  • kalsta
    May 2, 11:26 PM
    Well, considering the dialog box says "Are you sure you want to delete xxxx?" I think a "Yes" or "No" are the best possible choices.

    Weird. When I ask someone a yes/no question, I expect a yes/no response.

    Do you understand what I mean?

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  • toddybody
    Apr 19, 11:29 AM
    Current imac with the 5750 is technically a 5850m. A 6850m is a slight downgrade from the 5850m. The 6950m is only a slight upgrade from the current imac.

    Let's hope for a 6970m. Temps and power requirements are similar between the two but the performance gain is decent. It's the best we can hope for. And given the higher resolution of the 27" I would say it needs it.

    I think it's safe to say they will get sandy bridge and thunderbolt but what I would also like to see is better speakers.

    You misunderstood me friend...I meant an HD 6950 2GB (Desktop Card)

    Yes, its a pipe dream...but cant a man dream:rolleyes:

    Sep 6, 10:24 PM
    There has been talk about release movies at the theatre and DVD at the same time. It seems people would like the choice of where and when to see a movie. Home theatre technology brings the movie experience at home even large screen computers. What if Apple will be the first to experiment with viewing movies released to the theatre at home through the movie store? We've seen TV studios release TV episode sneak peeks and new episodes the following day it airs. Could this be the big thing? $14.99 to watch a new movie at home with the whole family is actually a bargain. Steve obviously has influence with Disney to make it possible. Imagine watch the next Disney/Pixar movie in the confort of your own home on a 24" wall mounted iMac.

    Aug 24, 09:50 PM
    Oddly, I hope a new line just send the price of core solos plumetting in the refurb store. Was looking forward to doing the upgrade myself. I know I'm weird...

    Watch.. just for giggles, the upgrades are released next week... just in time for labor day shopping.

    Apr 12, 10:12 PM
    Just read something today to the effect that Peter Jackson is following James Cameron's lead and shooting 48fps on the "Hobbit"; gambling that enough digital theaters will upgrade to 48fps by the time the "film" arrives in a couple of years time. Guess that is the beginning of the end of the "film" look for at least action movies.

    This is so that each eye receives 24fps for 3d. So finally 3d will now look like a 3d "movie" rather than a 3d flip book.

    Apr 2, 07:21 PM
    I actually think this isn't apples best ad. I mean there is nothing wrong with it, but I usually expect more from apple.

    They better make another ipad 2 ad, because this is there only one

    Apr 1, 01:06 PM
    Screenshots please!

    There's a menu when you click +, but other than that it looks the same to me.

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