marți, 17 mai 2011

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  • Lau
    Sep 13, 03:56 AM
    Just wondering, does the aluminum material prevent them from manufacturing white models? I prefer white over all the available colours, and it'll prolly go better with my MacBook.

    I was wondering the same thing. A white aluminium one with a white clickwheel would look good, I think. The silver's almost there, but if it was just all white that would be great. It's going to be strange to have a white iBook, white leads, white mouse, and then an all-black iPod.

    A rough and ready Photoshop job of a white one:


    I think it would look very smart indeed.

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  • gnasher729
    Apr 14, 05:42 PM
    That $1199 iMac has lots of other wonderful features including a screen, but if you think it is anywhere close to the performance of a i7-2600 based PC (that go for $750 from HP/Dell) then you are delusional. To get something from Apple with an equivalent processor you are looking at a $2199 iMac or a $2499 Mac Pro. Doesn't matter that in the long term the Mac could be a better value, some people can't justify that huge price difference or paying additional for features they don't need or want or cannot afford to.

    Again Macs are a premium product and because of that Apple will hit a ceiling of those who can afford or justify buying their products.

    I'll not take being called "delusional" to be an insult, I'll take it as involuntary humor on your side. Someone made up a wonderful term "specturbators". That's the people the $750 PC appeals to. Reality is that the iMac will get the job done, with plenty of speed, beautiful, and reliable, much better than the $750 PC. For jobs that it can't get done, sorry mate, there is a reason why each processor in the Mac Pro alone costs a lot more than the whole $750 PC.

    So that's how Dell has been staying a float by selling you a 15" model every year. :p

    That's why Dell sells three times as many PCs. Because people have to buy three PCs instead of one Mac :-) (But actually, they only sell slightly more than twice as many in the USA anymore. So there are actually more Mac buyers than Dell buyers).

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  • Croads32
    Mar 12, 10:45 PM
    Im really hoping its 3/16 im so sick of waiting

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  • quigleybc
    Sep 12, 04:16 PM
    Well, I love iTunes 7


    the get album art is SICK

    the album scroll view is SICK

    the gapless playback is well you get the idea!

    I love it!

    Just put it on my PC at work, and it's awesome

    I'm a little concerned about putting it on my Mac at home because of the massive 140 gig library that it will have to process...

    Hopefully it goes well,

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  • kockgunner
    May 4, 10:39 PM
    I don't know why so many people are against 3D. It sounds like people who say "Get off my lawn!!" Sure, 3D isn't fully developed yet, but even the 3DS is pretty neat and adds a whole new level of gameplay and immersion. It is surely the next level of tangible UI.

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  • eleftherios72
    Aug 24, 04:54 PM
    on the official page

    Apple claims that for the ibook 12" the range is 6C519 - 6C552

    The macrumors says: 6C510 through 6C626

    which is the correct? Why apple changed it?

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  • gmawtin
    Mar 11, 05:49 PM
    If I am a student and want the latest Macbook Pro...what should I do?

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  • baleensavage
    Sep 12, 01:53 PM
    It looks like Apple got sick of the scratch complaints and went back to the Mini design. Odd that Apple would take a step back on the design front. Of course I always thought the Nanos were boring anyway, so maybe now this will give me an incentive to get one.

    And let the "I have to pay how much extra for black" complaints begin...

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  • Digitaljim
    Nov 27, 01:07 PM
    It's the sort of news that'd make my Mum buy an iPod, which is good for Apple I suppose.

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  • steelfist
    Nov 27, 09:49 AM
    It would be great to have the beatles on itunes this way. although i'm not a fan nor a hippie. :(

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  • bwintx
    Sep 22, 02:12 PM
    Wal-Mart is a massive contributor to officeholders in both major U.S. political parties, but especially those in the Republican Party -- so anyone who seriously thinks the company will be given pause by the probable illegality of its proposed actions is dreaming.

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  • Bregalad
    Sep 12, 02:12 PM
    While many people are looking for Apple to integrate a radio tuner into the iPod it isn't going to happen.

    I would prefer the option to grab a quick weather forecast, news headline or actually hear a song I don't own once in a while, but that's not the iPod way. The iPod is all about your content not someone else's.

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  • Jimmieboy
    Sep 12, 03:28 PM
    How cool are thenew are the new nano's and also there is a price drop for th 30GB iPod. I want one! Please. It's a real pity the black one has to be 8GB. Why can't we have all the colours or have it white?

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  • AlBDamned
    Sep 6, 09:14 AM
    Crikey - brand new iMacs. That 24" model is something else.

    And updates on a Random Wednesday? What the hell's going on around here?!!

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  • Rowbear
    Mar 6, 06:36 PM (

    I like the low angle of this shot.

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  • notjustjay
    Aug 31, 09:56 AM
    it's not all that expensive considering Apple has release three OS upgrades since XP came out at least. If you add those together it is more expensive than Vista. That's how you have to look at it

    But (as has probably been said already) you don't HAVE to buy every upgrade.

    I paid for an OS upgrade once, from Jaguar to Panther. I'm still debating whether to buy Tiger. I might just skip the Tiger generation and go directly to Leopard.

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  • RockPortTech
    Apr 11, 10:36 AM
    Instant classic. Well played, Apple. Well played.

    I agree 100%, this is timeless.

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  • bminata
    Mar 19, 12:24 PM
    Surely there's a place for a high capacity iPod. 32GB doesn't cut it. Even 64GB doesn't cut it.

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  • Dunepilot
    Aug 3, 05:50 AM
    As many others have pointed out, this isn't the event it's being made out to be. The fact it's a macbook is pretty much an irrelevance.

    Charlie Sheen
    Mar 19, 02:33 PM
    They will release the ipod classic with the new intel ssd for just $1999

    Nov 12, 02:30 PM
    Paraphrasing: I don't like being told what I can and can't do. :rolleyes:

    Paraphrasing: I love shiny Apple products! Apple can do no wrong in my (small, illustrated children's) book!! Go Apple! Death to all naysayers! :rolleyes:

    Full of Win
    Apr 11, 12:47 AM
    I hate subscription models almost as much as I do data caps.

    Aug 2, 05:46 PM
    So the concept of this attack seems similar to Bluetooth exploits that target "discoverable" phones. And the solution for many people was to make their phones non-discoverable, since they were already paired to all the important devices anyway.

    In the Airport preferences, there is the "By default, join: Preferred networks" option. In addition, when you click options, you can select to keep searching for preferred networks when one does not find a preferred network. But I'm not sure... is this enough? Or is the system vulnerable even when it is only looking for preferred networks? It would seem like one could spoof enough of the signal of a preferred network in some cases (e.g. when it's a company network with a known name as opposed to my hidden network at home, the name of which no one else really knows).

    It seems like, in the long run, there needs to be something like a "non-discoverable" mode for 802.11 to solve this issue....

    Aug 3, 06:05 PM
    MacBook Pro 17" C2D + Adobe Creative Suite Universal
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    My mantra for announcements voodoo. :D

    Don't hold your breathe about Universal friend works at Adobe and they are focusing on Vista more than a Universal Mac version....Universal will be out around March (give or take a month or two) next year.

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