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  • imnotatfault
    Aug 19, 09:09 AM
    I disagree with pretty much everything you said here Manic Mouse :D.

    I really hope the iPod doesn't go down the line of convergence/frankenstein/jack-of-all-trades-master-of-none. It's a solid music player and it's main priority should be as such. In my experience with work colleagues and parents/in-laws the iPod is almost bordering on being too difficult as it is just with just music and video. Many never bother with video or podcasts or even firmware updates because they perceive it to be too complex. Adding slide-out keyboards, larger/deeper navigation menus, wifi connections, and email configuration would probably push it over the edge as far as being too technologically intimidating for most. Not to mention the size sacrifice.

    Apple may bring something else to the market to compete if there really is a decent market for devices like the Mylo (which I'm personally not too sure there is).

    Only if the device was separate from the iPod, which stayed truer to its roots, and more importantly, there was some sort of higher integration. Like the proposed built-in dock the mac mini would have. I still miss that.





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  • dark knight
    Apr 19, 12:12 PM
    when apple refresh a line like this, is there a way of buying a current generation model (rather than the latest release), presumably slightly discounted?

    if not, where does the stock go?
    thanks





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  • newmacuser13
    Nov 27, 05:54 PM
    Apple needs to do something to distinguish their flat panels from most other available. How about integrated ipod dock? Oops - Viewsonic just beat them to the punch with 19 and 22" versions with integrated dock (VX2245wm) - they look sweet, and reportably can play your ipod videos directly on screen.





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  • vincebio
    Nov 28, 10:55 AM
    In fact - that comparison is a little early. Make the same one in 5 years.


    yeah.....

    Peter O - 'remember 4 years ago when microsoft tried to bring an out ipod thingy called Zoine, or something like that' :rolleyes:

    Steve J - 'not really'

    Peter O - 'in fact, what ever happened to microsoft anyway?'

    Steve - 'Who Cares?'





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  • Caitlyn
    Nov 27, 03:57 PM
    A 17" Apple Cinema Display would be great in my opinion. Probably an afforable, well selling product. However, the thing I want more than anything is built-in iSights so...this doesn't really phase me much to be honest. :D





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  • kadajawi
    Sep 7, 03:36 AM
    Well I posted it in another thread however I just built a PC with some amazing specs for under $500. It was a P4 3ghz, 2gb ram, 250GB HD, 256MB GPU, DVDR, bluetooth, wifi. The kicker is it's a Shuttle so it's tiny, not much bigger than a mini, and it's made of aluminum. The thing is very Mac like. And being able to build it so cost effectively, really ticked me off.

    Because no matter what I'd get on the Apple side it would either cost much, much more or it would be hobbled in some way (GPU, monitor, etc.). In the end you have to realize that as a Mac user you're paying more for a brand and for the ability to run OS X. That's fine, provided you can find a system which meets your needs.

    (yeah it's late and I'm cranky) :P
    Yes, I was about to build one with a Athlon 64 3000+ (doesn't eat up electricity like the P4... and with RM Clock or so you can reduce power consumption quite a bit additionally. The default voltages are usually far above whats needed, both AMDs I've built run perfectly with 1.1V (standard is 1.4 to 1.45), unfortunately it isn't possible to lover the voltage further), 512 MB RAM, 160 GB HD, onboard graphics, DVDR, in a 9x27.5x35 cm enclosure. Price with Windows: around 400 �. Bluetooth and WiFi is lacking, but shouldn't add too much. In comparison the Mac Mini Core Solo was 600 � at that time. I'd consider both systems comparable... Mini has front row, BT and WiFi, PC has better connectivity (especially on the display side), 100 gig more HD, DVD writer, card reader. Quite a price difference to me.
    Lack of OS X + iLife, the upgrade to Core Duo, student discount and the printer promo made me chose the Mac Mini.





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  • lordonuthin
    Dec 22, 04:31 PM
    I had two of them (on two different machines) just stop, all eight cores using 0% CPU.

    Prior to that I'd get one done about 2 days early (with killer points) on each machine.

    So I've restarted the client (dumped prefs/reinstalled F@H) on each machine and now have a completion date of ~12/25 (fingers crossed) for both machines.

    Congrats to twoodcc for hitting the 3 mil mark!

    I've found that starting from scratch sometimes fixes things, so hopefully that will work, good luck!





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  • Peace
    Jul 19, 04:57 PM
    Apple pretty much confirmed an iPhone in this call..

    He said that cell phones dont play music very well.iPods do and they were doing something about that.





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  • emotion
    Nov 28, 03:58 AM
    It's clear Apple need a "consumer" (ie. Dell level) level monitor. It would make sense, as a 17" is seen as too small by most, to release a 19" model (a size that is differentiated from the current line up and in colours that match the white and black consumer models).

    Personally I don't see Apple doing this soon despite this rumour so I'm getting one of these to match my black macbook:

    http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/113148/rb/23351541263





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  • Counterfit
    Mar 19, 06:12 PM
    Only 2% use MACs so they're unlikely to be exposed to one, PC users (98%) will bad mouth a MAC, and Apples advertising, while award winning does very little to enlighten people about the product. two notes: 1.) MAC is a networking thing, among others. Mac is a computer or a nickname.
    2.) market share is not the same as installed user base.





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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 27, 01:12 PM
    I was simply suggesting that Apple used the term "App" as a familiar leaning to the way they call software "Applications" in Mac OS. Also, Apple have being refering to software that runs on their operating systems as "Applications" since 1980: -

    The Apple Lisa (precursor to the original 1984 Macintosh) had an Applications folder in 1980.

    http://www.guidebookgallery.org/articles/inventingthelisauserinterface/pics/fig6

    The Macintosh has obviously had an Applications folder from 1984 to present

    In terms of GUI history and it's conventions, there was the Xerox Alto as far back as 1973 but from all the screen shot hunting I've done, it seems to have no Applications or Programs folder because it has a "starting point" (indicated by the Start box) and then a list of files to open, some of which end in .run which presumably are executable programs/applications: -

    http://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/input-output/14/347/1857

    So yeah, "The Macintosh" wasn't the first GUI that had APPlicationS but Apple appear to have a LOT of prior use of the term with the Lisa OS before it in 1980 and GUI consistency between Mac OS X and iOS being a cut down version OS X, they logically refer to Applications on iOS devices in a cut down form too.

    And all of that doesn't matter. Apple refers to software as Applications because that's what the whole industry does. Microsoft, IBM, Google, Sun, HP, the industry has always used Application to refer to software (Program has also been used). App has always been the shortened form of Application, heck in the 80s, Visicalc was referred to as the "Killer app" for Apple computers.

    Your ranting as no relevance to the case at hand. Apple has no more claim to the term than anyone else and App or Application is not the trademark being discussed here.





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  • TangoCharlie
    Aug 25, 06:17 AM
    Um, the Mini does have four USB-ports, and a FireWire-port.

    OOps, you're quite right!!
    http://images.apple.com/uk/macmini/images/indexports20060229.jpg
    http://images.apple.com/uk/macmini/images/indexports20060229.jpg

    :o





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  • SplinterCell
    Nov 28, 01:18 PM
    I have no idea where you got that one from. The original Xbox never made a profit. Microsoft is deliberately selling the Xbox 360 at a loss to capture marketshare. However, the PS3 and Ninetindo Wii are selling like hotcakes, are latest big things, and have the buzz. The best laid plans ...

    It may not be true that they broke even, it's just something I thought I heard on a tv interview...

    Sony is selling the PS3 at a loss as well, Nintendo I'm sure is making money on the Wii...

    There was also a lot of buzz for the 360 a launch & after, MS has sold over 15 million XBOX 360's in the last year, so I think they have done pretty well....

    I don't think Sony has the best plan, if they did they would have launched earlier, had more units at launch & not be so overpriced...





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  • tablo13
    Sep 14, 08:22 PM
    I got the Belkin Grip Vue in the blue color at bestbuy. Really a toss up between the three colors IMO.

    Looks pretty decent from the front, but the blue is a bit feminine.





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  • reel2reel
    Apr 12, 10:08 PM
    The wrap-up vid:

    http://www.twitvid.com/XGZYF





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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 11, 06:12 AM
    double.





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  • AppliedVisual
    Oct 23, 10:40 PM
    Resistance is futile.

    That's right.... I bought a MBP nearly a month ago and while I'm very happy with it, I'm still here.... :o





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  • mac17
    Dec 18, 10:45 PM
    guys i think you're being too hard on zune. play with one. it's not THAT bad. it's ugly, but the interface isn't bad at all. I don't plan on buying a zune (my ipod is fine and i'm waiting on a video pod), but it's good to have it in the marketplace for competition sake. maybe apple will actually pay attention to some of the features like the built in radio tuner which is a nobrainer...

    actually it is THAT bad i played with one in a local staples and i pressed the back/menu button like 3 times in a row suddenly the thing crashes on me it kept on blinking on and off 5 or 6 times me and my freind walked away laughing after catching it on video on my phone:D :D





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  • MattDell
    Sep 6, 08:34 PM
    I do backup all of my ipod videos on DVD.
    That brings up something that has really bugged me for a while. I think it is absurd that if you delete something you bought from Apple, you have to pay to get it back! If I buy a song, I should be buying a license to that song... not just one 'instance' of that particular song.

    Apple keeps track of all the songs you buy anyway, so it's my opinion that you should be able to just "get another copy" if you have already purchased a song.

    I think this would be especially great for movies. That way you won't have to eat up precious hard drive space. You could purchase your movie, download it, watch it, delete it, and then re-download the movie if you want to view it again.

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    CyberBob859
    Jun 22, 12:58 PM
    Then what was the point in the iPad?

    I think the question should be - what would be the point of the iOS layer?

    It's not like OS/X has no program support. Which would people rather run - the full OS/X iWork programs or the limited iOS versions on their desktop? And as others pointed out - some iOS programs require hardware support (GPS, accelerometers, etc) that an iMac wouldn't have or need.

    iOS as a replacement for Dashboard? Maybe. I can see some apps replacing Dashboard programs and being more useful.

    iOS could be used as a "front-end" for touch and gesture support, much the same way as HP has their touch-designed programs on top of Windows 7 for their all-in-one Touchsmart PC's.

    Instead of touching the screen, the rumored Magic Pad, along with the current Magic Mouse brings full gesture support to iMac via the iOS layer. So, you would have a Magic Pad, a small wireless keyboard, and the Magic Mouse in front of you, and navigate that way.

    But - will iAds come to the desktop now?





    JoeG4
    Feb 27, 04:24 PM
    Yeeup sounds about right.

    Digging that Mac Pro though! :D





    apb3
    Aug 16, 12:21 PM
    there is a destinct difference between 'sharing' and 'synching'.

    Exactly! Now maybe you see my first point.

    And, your "solution" to fingerprinting libs could, very well I believe, impact this other distinct feature.

    It makes no sense to "share" from an iPod (or to one for that matter) - costs are too high as pointed out ad nauseum (see above posts yet to be refuted).

    Making it an iPod w/ AirTunes would cannibalize sales of ATEs and also - again - be too expensive from a power standpoint unless you tether your iPod to a charger defeating one of the great bonus points of wireless. Or get a dock for the TV - oh wait, you've again made the "wireless" not so wireless - and redundant...





    Grimace
    Aug 16, 07:15 AM
    I hope to god they don't use bluetooth. I've had nothing but bad sound quality with those types of headphones.





    foodle
    Apr 2, 09:09 PM
    have one but that commercial makes me want to puke. Once you use one and realize it's limitations, it's not so magical. It's a fun consumption device which you can get some work done on, but without real multitasking, it's lack of real technology actually hinders and isn't so magical.

    Wow, wait till those doctors find out they've been using pretend technology :eek:



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