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  • sunfast
    Aug 24, 12:06 PM
    Really? It's not on their website. :confused:

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  • 4np
    Aug 24, 05:40 PM
    is anyone else having a problem validating thier battery? mine falls within the 6c rance and its saying its not eligible

    Yeah, my A1078 battery from my 15" PB with serial 3K509 clearly lies in the problematic range (3K425 - 3K601) but is not being accepted by the web application... I'm gonna call Apple support tomorrow instead cause it looks like a buggy web app to me.

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  • Les Kern
    Jun 28, 07:32 AM
    I'm just going to throw this very quick (and shoddy) rendering I made into the mix, portraying a possible "tabletop" iMac.

    Well that's interesting, and not a bad picture... but what of the practical uses of a Mac like that? POS? Maybe. Doctor's or other vertical marketing office? Possibly. Probably my "vision" thing not working.
    It's either Apple has some new concept it will share later, or this greasy screen rumor is wrong. I will go with the concept, but reluctantly.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 4, 03:48 PM
    Yeah, but they have to do something about the rampant scratching and the ease with which one can break it. Fully metal one seems like a good way to do that.

    Exactly. The uproar from consumers concerning their scratched iPod video's and nano's last year was pretty loud. Just about everyone who had a new iPod video or nano commented on how easily it scratched or scuffed. Especially considering an iPod video should have a crystal clear image free from scratches, you can bet apple has heard and understands that as well. Whether we'll see metal enclosures, who knows? Though it's looking more likely, at least from the consistency of the rumors (ahem.) Regardless, I think it's safe to say the new iteration of the iPod video especially will see scratch resistance improvements.

    Scratching the screen of a standard MP3 playing iPod didn't really matter all that much. You didn't really look at the screen anyway (unless it was a photo iPod.) We do care if it's an iPod that we watch video's, TV shows, and movies on. I hope the next iPod video device I buy has some better safegaurds against scratching and scuffing, because I don't like any of the 3rd party solutions.

    Why is it that some people stubbornly keep calling it Memron, when it's obviously Merom?

    Maybe it's a just a simple mistake?

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  • srf4real
    Mar 2, 07:51 PM

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  • tzeshan
    Apr 2, 09:40 PM
    Exmor sensors are CMOS. I think Sony stopped making CCD or atleast not popular of making CCD sensors.

    Not true. CCDs are still in most DSCs.


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  • Foocha
    Jan 11, 05:01 PM
    Just remembering the iMac Dock patent - the dock communicated with the notebook wirelessly. I suspect this is what the "Something's in the Air" posters are about. Imagine if the new ultra-thin Notebook has no cables at all - doesn't even have any sockets - maybe not even power socket or USB. It charges through contact conduction, and talks to the dock & optical drive via WiFi or some proprietary wireless protocol design for this purpose.

    By eliminating all connectors, and the associated electronics, they can probably make a notebook thinner than anyone has ever seen before.

    www.macpredictions.com (http://www.macpredictions.com)

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  • slinger1968
    Sep 1, 06:47 PM
    Retail price for Vista Blows, my next system will be a Mac.I couldn't agree more

    My next system will a Mac Pro or whatever the towers are called next spring/summer but I'll still buy windows to go with OSX. I just wont be paying anything close to $400 even if I do decide to go with Vista Ultimate. ;)

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  • tray3
    Mar 6, 01:42 AM
    Here's mine for today:
    Taken during sunset over Lyman Lake, AZ

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    Lyman Lake @ Sunset (http://www.flickr.com/photos/tathagata_ray/4949352420/) by Tathagata.Ray (http://www.flickr.com/people/tathagata_ray/), on Flickr

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  • hdsalinas
    Sep 6, 09:50 AM
    Most average Joe iMac consumers aren't even going to notice that the Core 2 Duo is in their machine, and even if they do, it's probably not going to make that much of a difference running Mail and Safari.

    -Obnoxious waiting-for-the-mbp Guy

    Neither would you in your MBP.

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  • Joe King
    Mar 1, 01:43 AM
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5174/5487332886_1e81fded12_o.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/joe_king/5487332886/)
    The Twin Lakes of Lough Bray (http://www.flickr.com/photos/joe_king/5487332886/)

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  • MXDT
    Nov 7, 04:51 AM
    I feel it is highly likely we will see a new tiny laptop from Apple at some point in 2007.

    Intel will be releasing Merom next spring, AND an ultra-low voltage version for tiny laptops.


    There used to be more detail there but it seems to have gone.

    Still baffled as to why Apple stopped the 12'' PB, but maybe they felt they wouldn't sell enough in 9 months to recover the costs of designing an intel core version, before needing a major redesign for the 2007 tiny laptop.

    Wait wait.... we're getting all hot and bothered about Core 2 Duo... and you're telling me a new chip will be out in a few months...
    I can't keep up!

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  • bbarnhart
    Aug 24, 01:22 PM
    Bummer - 14" iBook is not affected. No new battery for me.

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  • Jason Beck
    Mar 15, 01:33 AM

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  • Apple OC
    Mar 15, 03:57 PM
    What's illogical about it?

    Why should we subsidize the defense industry, a multi-multi-billion dollar expense to our government, merely to maintain some jobs?

    Please show me the evidence that demonstrates that is a positive investment for our country.

    show me, show me? ... if you can not see the value for the economy in the people that work in and around the Military ... from Mom and Pop stores to direct suppliers to the Military? ... and your solution is ...

    I'd suggest that those who's careers are based on maintaining our military can file for unemployment and search the want ads just like everybody else.

    like I said ... good thing you are not part of the decision process. :cool:

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  • NiteWaves77
    Nov 13, 12:40 PM
    It's a shame the scenario played out this way. Joe's Facebook app is brilliantly crafted, easily the best (imperfections and all).

    But I'm disappointed that he's thrown his arms up and decided to give up. To me, this is akin to the weak willed who threaten to leave the US when a regime philosophically detestable to them come into power. So you'd rather run away with your tail between your legs than stick around and strong arm your commanders into a compromise?

    Hewitt, if Facebook had the cojones to support him, could have been the spark in the room of dynamite Cocoa Touch developers needed to convey to Apple that their review process has got to dematerialize. Or, at the very least, turn the austerity knob down from "11". The Facebook app is high profile and an 800lb gorilla. That's leverage to be used.

    But Hewitt has his own agenda, and Zuckerburg's too busy picking his toe cheese to care, apparently.

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  • Bodypainter
    Mar 29, 02:41 AM
    i am sure that there will be NO new iphone 5 at the conference. but apple needs to show something new there, so as a "one more thing" they will introduce the new white iphone 4, and also another new model with 64 GB.

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  • Chundles
    Sep 13, 06:36 AM
    I have 3 USB 1 ports and 2 FireWire ports. Does that mean if I buy a new 8Gb Nano, it won't work with my system? :(

    All iMac G5s have USB 2.0 - you're either mistaken or quoting your machine incorrectly.

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  • lostngone
    Mar 29, 01:31 AM
    Moscone North and South were already reserved for trade shows much bigger than WWDC more than a year in advance. It's all about the total number of attendees, and these big trade shows bring in an order of magnitude more people spending money in SF than either WWDC or Google IO.

    Yes, reserved now.

    However look 2 years out. If back in the day MacWorld Expo could get North and South then Apple should not have a problem with getting 2 or more of the building as well.

    May 4, 10:54 PM
    Forget 3d.

    I'd rather the iPad 3 display have the ability to turn into e-ink and back to normal. iPad 4 can have Retina.

    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.

    May 5, 11:37 AM
    I'm not sure why, but like many, I don't like 3D either. However, when the iPad can project a holographic touch.... ho..lo...gram? (Yes lets go with that)

    ...THEN I'll be interested! :cool:

    Oct 16, 06:12 PM
    It's still there. It's just not shown in the picture.

    The iPhone first gen hasn't got a very good camera so I could not get it all on the pic.

    I said where did you "buy" not "put":confused:

    Apr 17, 12:01 PM
    Like the apple store?

    Lol, Joking....The Apple store, while certainly a "neat" place, has never been an all-around pleasant experience for me. The place is constantly packed to the brim with people


    While I like going to the Apple store, I don't think I will ever buy another computer there. I bought my MBP there because I needed to see the anti-glare screen beside the glossy screen.

    But for a while, it seemed like I was destined to be extremely wealthy because the ivisibility cloak I designed was working to a T. I was completely invisible to anyone who was able to sell me something.

    My next iMac will be bought online and shipped to me. Now if the would find a way to put you in a queue so you knew you would helped before the person that walked in the store 30 seconds ago, then maybe I would go back, but not until.

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