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  • Warbrain
    Nov 7, 08:45 AM
    We'll see what happens here eh? If new ones come out than there will be a batch of the old Macbooks on eBay.. no complaints for that



    Only because people are dumb and think that they always need to be using the best computer. Hate to break it, but the MacBook isn't the best.

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  • FF_productions
    Aug 3, 02:47 PM
    I posted this in another thread.. but no answer so...

    What time do you guys think the Keynote and new products will be on (San Fran time)

    I'm hearing it will be on about 2 hours after the keynote.

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  • cult hero
    Mar 25, 03:14 PM
    Think of the Nexus One, the first Google branded phone. Less than a year old and can be considered ancient and outdated. Did it get any Android updates? I don't know, but it's highly unlikely that it will get Android 2.3 (if it even has 2.2)...

    The Nexus One got 2.3. (I'm running it right now.) It was one of the first to get 2.2. Mind you, the 2.3 release came MONTHS after it was projected to and I have to admit my phone is now approximately as stable as Windows 98. I'm almost considering going back to 2.2 or trying a custom ROM because 2.3 in terms of stability is a crime against technology.

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  • Project
    Jan 11, 11:45 AM
    Hmm. Well I do love the font.

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  • NoNothing
    Mar 28, 11:38 PM
    I'm not sure many would agree with you on that. Apple has always been a hardware company. Just because their software drives their hardware doesn't mean they are software focused. If they were primarily a software company, they would have gone the way of Microsoft and put out MacOS to run on any generic PC box. But we all know their take on that. Just to drive my point home, when was the last time Apple released a piece of software that people went nuts about and stood in lines for hours to get?

    The iPad 2? Do you really think it just he hardware?

    I am going out on a limb here and say you are both wrong. Hardware. Software. Hardware. Software.

    The truth is Apple is neither a hardware nor a software company. They are what we in engineering call a Systems Company. A systems company is a company that designs both the hardware and software of disconnected devices. A systems integrator is a company that designs systems of disconnected devices without actually designing the hardware or software. A company like Boeing is a systems integrator. They do not actually build many of the piece parts and write little, if any, of the software on planes like the 787, they simply assemble systems delivered by various vendors. Dell is a systems integrator.

    Apple, on the other hand, designs the software in the form of OS X, iOS, XCode, Aperture, iPod OS... and they do design the hardware in the form of custom ASICS for memory controllers, the Apple A4/A5, batteries, cases, specify screens (retina is not COTS) and so on.

    They also design protocols for communications like AirPlay, FaceTime, Bojour and so on. These are the pieces to put the individual parts together. This is what makes Apple one of the few system companies left in the world. This is what gives Apple their competitive advantage. This is what makes Apple so amazingly hard to duplicate. Apple's primary competitive advantage is most higher-ups simply do not know what a systems company is. It is a lost art in companies leaving the crazies of the Jack Welsh school of management scratching their head.

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  • sixth
    Sep 12, 03:12 PM
    how do you update your artwork? i have a ton of music on my pod and i want the artwork, how the heck do get the artwork?

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  • pdxflint
    Mar 8, 06:52 PM
    and yet another from this weekend's visit to Loreto ...

    Cool shot! I loved that place when I visited 5 years ago, and your photo instantly took me back to the sunrises there... I'll try to dig up one or two of my old shots and post them, too.

    Newport, Oregon (
    Seems like I recognize that place... even some of the boats... ;) Post more, if you have any. I'm always keen to see someone else's interpretation of a familiar place (at least to me...)

    Nice dog shot. I really like the bokeh and the dog's expression.

    Cheers. Thanks. She's a very expressive dog, besides being as weird as they come from a feral Baja genepool.

    Okay, I posted this just to balance out the dog photo. ;) (

    Haha... consider things balanced. Very pretty kitty. :)

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  • raymondso
    Nov 7, 07:45 AM
    Well...doesn't look like its happening today.

    agree :(

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  • Keebler
    Aug 29, 08:38 AM
    Dang that's expensive. :eek:

    yup..expensive for something that is lagging way behind what we already have and what we have...costs lower :)

    my God windoze sucks.

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  • Pegamush
    Mar 19, 08:02 AM
    Yes, I like to have it all with me.

    I listen to music for 9 hours a day when I'm at work and used to get frustrated with my old 60GB iPod photo because I only had half of my collection with me. I've had my 160GB classic since 2007 and I'm now down to my last 5GB of free space.

    A new 220GB classic in September would be perfect timing. :D

    i'm not 100% sure, but you could swap the hd on your photo with a 240gb hd,
    many have done this before.
    (i'm sure you can do it with the "thick" 5g ipod, the 4g ipod may have a different hd connector)
    i think the 5g ipod is the best piece of engineering ever made to listen to music outdoor.
    i've never liked the "innovative" split screen software on 6g (classic), and my 80gb was somewhat slow and suffered click wheel issues, never fixed.
    i really regret i've sold my 5g 60gb white ipod.. i've paid it 450� 5 years ago!!! :eek:

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 4, 12:05 PM
    Whats a guess on price for a fully loaded 23' Imac ?

    Check out this thread...
    They're going wild postulating about it.:)

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  • Sankersizzle
    Mar 25, 08:27 PM
    It's one of my biggest pet peeves, and yes I do get mad at friends for saying "that's so gay" and guess what...none of them say it anymore.

    you're that annoying friend that shows up at a party and everyone has to be nice to him, and then as soon as you leave everyone talks about how abrasive you are.

    that is the worst kind of friend.

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  • zorinlynx
    Apr 12, 02:26 PM
    ... then sit back and watch everyone complain about the high priced products! Yeah, sounds like a winner.

    They make cars in the US, and domestic cars are typically less expensive than foreign ones. This argument really doesn't fly.

    Stop making excuses for US companies that build their products elsewhere. We CAN manufacture things in this country; we used to do it a lot more and the products were affordable.

    My Apple IIe says "Made in the USA" on the bottom. It's sad that we never see that on computers anymore.

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  • NT1440
    Mar 15, 01:41 PM
    Has fivepoint even commented once on his own thread? :confused:

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  • eXan
    Jul 23, 03:39 AM (

    Engadget claims ( that according to two separate "trustworthy" sources, Apple is working on incorporating electronic books into the next versions of the iPod.

    They also claim that the upcoming iPod will have "a substantial amount of screen real estate" alongwith a book-reading mode for easy reading. This rumor is consistent with long-standing rumors of a full screen video iPod ( that would launch alongside iTunes Movie sales.

    Engadget believes that Apple would also launch electronic book sales via iTunes as well to provide content for this new iPod functionality. The reliability of Engadget's sources are unknown.

    I'd rather read normal book. Screens will make your eyes cry.

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  • Hls811
    Nov 7, 10:04 AM
    Exactly what I was saying. Apple is based in Cupertino, California. It's not even 8 am here yet. Usually stuff happens between 9am-12pm

    When they announced the changes to the MBP C2D, it was done by now.. if you go back to the posting on MacRumors, ( it was done at 8:38am EST (5:38AM Cupertino time).

    Apple Releases Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro
    Tuesday October 24, 2006 08:38 AM EST

    Today's not lookin' good for this announcement....

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  • vestigefilm
    Nov 12, 03:49 PM
    I don't understand why people complain about the closed nature of the app store. They usually point to the web as the alternate: a glorious world of completely open development where there is no Big Brother vindictively squashing would-be developers hopes and dreams.

    Point taken, but let's be honest about the pros and cons of this panacea. Where do trojans, worms, and viruses live? On the web. DDoS attacks? Web. XSS? Web. Without any sort of approval, all of the good and the bad finds its way onto your devices. So yes, perhaps there are some good apps out there that were rejected by Apple. But that approval process keeps those 30+ million iPhones and iPod Touches humming along without data being corrupted or stolen (Rickrolling jailbroken iPhone worm notwithstanding. Again, once you go outside of this "overbearing" control-freak company, you're vulnerable).

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 9, 03:16 AM
    Time Machine seems more like the Shadow Copies on Server only on a local level rather than a network drive. (example attached)

    I'm assuming they will use a form of Single Instance Storage with TM, so you have one copy of the file and only the deltas from any changes to reduce space requirements.

    I think the actual automated backing up of stuff has been aound for years. Its the way Apple does it that makes it great. I mean cmon. Look at the screen shot you posted and then time machine! :D

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  • Eraserhead
    Mar 29, 02:26 PM
    True, but the Germans were attacking our ships, killing our citizens, etc. I don't think the Germans would have been, " Ok, we'll stop" if we asked really nicely. Like I said, those ships were carrying weapons, but they were supposed to let the men get off before sinking it. They failed to do that.

    Only because the US were supplying the British and not supplying the Germans.

    Sep 6, 08:44 AM

    I ordered a 20" last night hoping they would update before they shipped it.Woke up this morning to see that big 24" model so I called Apple and canceled my yet to be built 20" and got the new one..

    3 Gigs Ram!!

    Better than 2 but I cant see why they cant do 4..

    Ship date of the 15th for CTO though..Guess I can wait.

    Apr 17, 09:17 AM
    This would be a good thing if ANY of those stores actually had any iPads for sale.... As it is now they are just adding another store chain for people to check inventory :D

    Doesn't matter where Apple sells its products. Better to make your products available everywhere than in just one or two specific stores. Remember: Not every city has an Apple store and can be quite a distance to the closest.

    Sep 4, 09:11 AM
    I recently read an article that outlined the orchestration of product release by Apple. In a nutshell, Apple does't want to release too many products in one setting because 1. each new release potentially overshadows the next 2. media buzz will die down in a couple weeks. Apple wants to keep their name in the news as much as possible so they make major announcements, in drips and drabs. Of course this may or may not apply to this new event, but i would speculate that they would not release a new iPod and a 23" iMac in the same event. Apple depends on maximum buzz with the release of the new iPods and I don't think they would take the shance that a new iMac would overshadow it completely. Thoughts?

    Well, I believe that Apple WILL introduce an iPod alongside a Mac, as they did last october. A new Mac isn't worth the cover of TIME, but a new iPod is. By introducing a Mac at the same time, it shares the spotlight. Last year when the video iPod came out, the new iMac G5 with iSight also made the cover of TIME, but it wouldn't have if there wasn't a video iPod next to it.

    What you say applies to multiple iPods; Apple wouldn't introduce the 6G iPod alongside a new nano.

    Aug 29, 08:47 AM
    Ha, what a waste of money.

    Sep 22, 01:16 PM
    Walmart is as dictatorial as their Communist buddies over there in China. That red star in their logo is there for a reason!

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