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  • SciFrog
    Feb 8, 04:45 PM
    On a side note, I have reached #977 overall with 6.4 mio units! I didn't think it was possible before the bigadv units...

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  • ArtOfWarfare
    Apr 12, 09:47 PM just being black and green means 'consumer' now? :confused:

    No, but having features like face detection does suggest that it's a 'consumer' orientated product.

    Personally, I don't mind. As long as all the old multitrack features are still available (and the price significantly drops, to say, $50-$300,) then I intend to buy it.

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  • roland.g
    Sep 1, 01:37 PM
    Aw, man! I was sooooo ready to shell out for a new 23" iMac, might it come out. But now it's on the verge of actually doing so, I'm starting to get greatly mostly underwhelmed by the rumours. Merom? What? I want a Conroe, at least in the 23" top model. And 2,33GHz? The Conroe goes way up to 2,93GHz. I'm sure the Merom line goes higher than 2,33GHz...

    Bleh... maybe I should wait for the rumoured headless iMac. Maybe that machine actually will come with a Conroe.

    First of all, have you seen the price on a 2.93 Conroe. It is up there. It would only by BTO, and cost you a bundle.

    Second, if they release a 23" iMac, you can stop all the talk about a headless Mac, there won't be one. Sorry.

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  • OrganMusic
    Apr 11, 10:10 PM
    I've driven a friends Passat with DSG and it's better than a conventional automatic, but still meh as far as I'm concerned. Perhaps it's faster to 60 and more efficient but I don't care.

    My reasons for preferring manual are:

    1. Engine always feels connected to the wheels. Yes the DSG helps with this.

    2. I'm always conscious of what gear I'm in without having to look down at the indicator.

    3. In an AT car when driving around town (~35-40 mph) in full auto mode, it's going to be in top gear so any time you want to speed up even a little you have to give it more gas, then wait for it to decide to downshift before you get any response. And if you've given it enough gas to do that it usually slams into the new gear and you get a jerk instead of a nice smooth pull.

    4. Manual shift paddles can help with this, but now you've got to drive in manual mode all the time which I find a PITA (see #2). No easy access to N for coasting etc.

    5. Just feel more connected to the machine.

    I even got my wife to like manual when she was driving my old Mazda3 while her car was in the shop. We now own two MINIs both in 6-speed manual.

    I drive in Chicago traffic all the time and in fact hate having to stand on the brake in an AT all the time. The clutches in most smaller cars (e.g. our MINIs) are light enough it's really not that much work.

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  • ipadder
    Oct 15, 10:20 PM
    heres a couple of pics of the ebay case i bought for 5 bucks from the USA:

    lots of other colors too, got blue as well.

    i didn't have my ipod w me at the time but i can confirm it fits as good as my other 15+ dollar cases

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  • aswitcher
    Jan 11, 05:01 PM
    I am starting to think we will see both a Macbook and a MBP "lite" versions...that would really rock and force me to make a difficult decision about which one to get.

    13.3" MB
    12" MBP touch

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  • Scooterman1
    Sep 14, 11:39 AM
    I guess you don't read my posts carefully. I said what you said, that Toyota issues a recall, but the onus is on the owner to bring in the vehicle for servicing. Exactly as Apple has now done: if you experience a problem, let them know and you can get a free bumper.

    To Consumer Reports this is an unacceptable way to deal with a design flaw. If it's Apple. For Toyota, it's fine and considered the normal way to handle a design flaw.

    I just have a hard time picturing Toyota mailing me a new accelerator pedal and linkage and expecting me to install it. Wake up!

    But why should Apple provide a permanent fix when the problem hasn't affected sales too much, and they can come out with a fixed phone next year and get you to stand in line to buy it.

    Consumer Reports are doing exactly what their subscribers are paying them to do. I'm sorry if everyone isn't Apple Fanboys, but they get paid NOT to be anyone's Fanboy.

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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 21, 03:50 PM
    I'd welcome HellHammer's thoughts on this as he generally has a well informed perspective on these things.

    I have made my predictions and I still stand behind them. I don't really follow this thread though so if someone has me a question, you may be better off PMing me.

    1199$ 21.5" iMac

    Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1GHz)
    AMD 6490M with 256MB GDDR5
    500GB HD
    2x2GB RAM; option for 4x2GB

    1499$ 21.5" iMac

    Intel Core i5-2400S (2.5/3.3GHz); option for Core i5-2500S (2.7/3.7GHz)
    AMD 6750M with 512MB GDDR5
    1TB HD; option for 2TB
    2x2GB RAM: option for 4x2GB

    1699$ 27" iMac

    Intel Core i5-2400 (3.1/3.4GHz)
    AMD 6750M with 512MB GDDR5; option for AMD 6950M with 1024MB GDDR5
    1TB HD; option for 2TB
    2x2GB RAM; options for 4x2GB, 2x4GB and 4x4GB

    1999$ 27" iMac

    Intel Core i7-2600 (3.4/3.8GHz)
    AMD 6950M with 1024MB GDDR5
    1TB HD; option for 2TB
    2x4GB RAM; option for 4x4GB

    I'm sure it's been done to death, but I spent some time actually thinking about realistic-ish speculations of what the new line could look like. I think they're going to get rid of one SKU ( the step up 27" without the quad i7), because it's kind of redundant, and for the $100 price difference, I can't imagine anyone NOT spending the extra modey to get the quad core). The only spec that is more of a wishful thinking piece is the inclusion of the HD6800M 1GB card in the 27" quad i7. THAT would be a beast!

    Common Upgrades

    1. Thunderbolt port
    2. HDMI out
    3. Sandybridge

    Now, here's the model breakdown:

    21.5" (1920x1080) display
    3.2 GHz i3 processor
    4 GB RAM
    500 GB HD
    ATI Radeon HD 4870 (256MB)
    HDMI out

    21.5" (1920x1080) display
    3.5 GHz i3 processor
    8 GB RAM
    1 TB HD
    ATI Radeon HD 4870 (256MB)
    HDMI out

    27" (2560x1440) display
    2.8 GHz i5 processor
    4 GB RAM
    1 TB HD
    ATI Radeon HD 5870 (512MB)
    HDMI out

    27" (2560x1440) display
    3.2 GHz quad i7 processor
    8 GB RAM
    2 TB HD
    ATI Radeon HD 6970 (1 GB)
    HDMI out

    ATI 4870M has TDP of 65W, there is no way it is going to fit in 21.5". Also, it makes absolutely no sense to use three different generations as that, if something, would confuse consumers a big time. The only possibility I see is that the low-end gets ATI 5670 (aka 5730M) like Apple did in previous update. Other models will very likely feature AMD 6000M-series graphics.

    I also doubt that Apple will use i3 in other than the low-end iMac. All MBPs have i5 or better, even the 1199$ one. Using i3 in 1499$ iMac sounds stupid because in the end, the consumer thinks that i5 is better because 5 is greater than 3, even though that doesn't really mean that when comparing desktop and mobile CPUs. Moreover, there is no 3.5GHz i3 either.

    HDMI doesn't sound too likely, seeing that only Mac Mini has it. Thunderbolt or mDP can provide the same functionality and much more.

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  • know-it-all5
    Jan 3, 07:36 PM
    This would point to iPods being a footnote in the keynote, but the original iPod's end of cycle status (it hasn't been updated for quite some time, by iPod standards) and the fact that Zune was released earlier, I have a feeling Steve Jobs will want to one up Microsoft in the music player department after doing so with a demonstration of Leopard in the OS department.
    do u consider the september update an update?

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  • gorgeousninja
    Apr 3, 08:18 AM
    ...but all the Apple quick to jump to Apple's defense...say that there is no such problem. :D

    You are dead on correct. Many people do not want to endure the wait for a new one if they return it...Many are waiting to see if Apple can resolve the issue in a future production batch. What good is exchanging if the new one is going to have the same, or worse, problem

    I love Apple products but I am always entertained by the rabid zeal of the delusional Apple apologists who insist the company can do no wrong...OR...they simply ignore the common, and obvious, flaws in the Apple product they buy, trying to convince themselves that they have the only "good" one...which on some subconscious level they need to tell themselves so they can believe they are "special" somehow.

    Last year during those frenzied few weeks of the iPhone4 'Antena-gate' there were literally hundreds of people like you saying that the iPhone was flawed, and that Apple were about to collapse.
    The thing was, like you, the majority of posters didn't even have the product that they were moaning about, but were instead just regurgitating posts and working themselves into an unjustifiable rage.
    So, until we hear from people that not only have experienced problems but also have not had Apple do something about it, then your comments will continue to be irritatingly meaningless.

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  • darkfiber
    Apr 2, 08:09 PM
    Is this the same Narrator that does the Ken Burns films?

    That is actor Peter Coyote. Probably most famous for his role of the federal agent in E.T. Along with many acting roles he has done tons of narration as well. Not sure about Ken Burns films, but he has narrated something like 50 plus documentaries. He was also the voice for Oracle commercials. He did the first iPad commercial ( well. Here is his IMDb page...

    and Wikipedia.

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  • Fishrrman
    Mar 31, 11:21 AM

    Is "developer preview 2" the same upgrade that shows up with Software Update (using the developer preview 1)?

    That was only about 2mb in size -- downloaded and installed in a matter of a few minutes.

    After installation, it shows up as "build 11A390".

    Is this the actual "dp2", or does the whole thing have to be downloaded and re-installed?

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  • Rot'nApple
    Apr 2, 08:16 PM
    Did this ad make anyone else misty-eyed, or is it just me? Anyone?

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  • codymac
    Jan 10, 01:37 PM
    My JCW is light, at 2600 lbs. :)

    That's about 700 pounds too much!

    Woke up to this for the commute - decent image from the iPhone, IMHO.

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  • Hisdem
    Nov 23, 05:02 PM
    It's already in the last edition, but since it's been less than 2 hours since I bought it and I'm still VERY excited about it,

    2011 2.5L SEL Fusion. Should be here Saturday! :D

    Not my picture of course.

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  • Austin M.
    Nov 23, 02:08 PM
    The SwitchEasy TRIM case (lime color) for iPhone 4.

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  • Vogue Harper
    Jan 30, 04:46 AM
    I like the idea of a pop-up navigation system!
    Less chance of theft or break-in

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  • Veinticinco
    Mar 23, 04:24 AM
    they won't ! iPod classic is the best selling for 
    I very much doubt that.

    Unless of course you're actually a SVP in Apple Sales and are speaking from a position of authority :rolleyes:

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  • msp
    Aug 7, 03:28 AM
    It will be interesting to see what tomorrow brings. A couple of notes:

    I know I personally would love better SOAP integration with XCode. We use .NET at work all the time to write web services, and we end up using .NET clients running under parallels on our macs, because keeping the SOAP proxy stub code up-to-date is automatic with have to go thru hell with Xcode. I think Apple will fill that gap with the new xcode (there were command line tools in the latest version).

    Have you tried rubyonrails? I've done some webservices for testing, and this is very slick.
    Just give it a testdrive (

    Jason Beck
    Mar 25, 04:50 PM
    They could even put the wireless chip for the controllers in the dock. Id like to see that.

    Apr 27, 07:25 AM
    Geez... You guys talk about intelligence...

    I actually feel more stupid after reading this thread.
    Real knowledge is knowing you know nothing. How are we to say "apple thinks this" and "apple should do that"?

    Being the crass business student I am, I say, let Steve do what he wants. Should Apple die, let it. Multimillion dollar corporations come and go, and if it goes it will be replaced by something different (probably with as many fundamentalists following it as apple has). This entire thread is just unnecessary. (and so's the petition, sorry.)

    Nov 28, 03:52 PM
    Just ordered some Affliction and BCK stuff from U.S.!

    Affliction Spear T-Shirt - 26 EUR

    Affliction Scripture T-Shirt - 54 EUR

    Got this Affliction shirt for free as their bonus:
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    Nov 29, 05:21 PM
    Apple has the TV Shows issue fixed, thanks to $1.99 per show on iTunes and season passes. However, live content is the big issue. I would love to ditch my cable tv subscription and go soley iTV. But I like to watch sports, especially baseball and football. Also you need TV for news events, especially breaking news.
    Very interesting, I hadn't thought of it quite that way but it makes great sense. Apple can make a deal for streaming news relatively cheaply (maybe free). Sport will be a premium (think of the standard costs for subscribing to sports on cable), but ESPN (via Disney) may be quite willing to do that, and so might others.

    That would pretty well replace the need for traditional PayTV - though I still think there's a gap on rental (or subscription?) of TV shows & movies that I only want to watch ONCE.
    I think iTV will include 'remote desktop' functionality - if you have a BT mouse and keyboard then you will be able to operate your Mac that is in another room via iTV.
    Not sure if it's needed, but would be interesting. Especially a remote desktop that can run without the user on the computer knowing that you're connected (on a separate account).
    "Nor will Apple (immediately) enable the iTV to act as a digital video recorder, because that might step on TV network toes before Apple is ready to do so. "
    Yeah, Apple is playing an interesting balancing game there....
    ?In regards to the iTV, will Apple maybe release different versions?
    1. Just stream and 802.11n Hub Device
    2. With HD and EyeTv.
    3. Mac Mini/iTv Combo Media CenterPerhaps using a 3rd party like Elgato with EyeTV is the answer to making the iTV a DVR - without Apple angering the networks. EyeTV already is a DVR on a Mac, could it work on the iTV? If the iTV has a hard disk, I suspect it could. EyeTV can convert a recorded TV show to iPod format too... so it might do the same for iTV format and save some space. (If iTV can't handle EyeTV, I guess Elgato could write a simple application to remotely tell your Mac what to record, and show on your iTV).

    I like the concept of a range of products (like the iPod).
    Imagine companies like NBC, FOX, Warner, etc. have their own "channel" on iTV using front row to show their content. I think is very doable.I've thought about this one for a while, and I do think it's important. Imagine Universal putting up their Universal "iTV channel (page)" which showcases all the Universal content - including NBC TV shows, USA network & Scifi channel, downloadable movie previews and TV ads, streaming special presentations, NBC News Video Podcasts, iTunes purchases, etc

    I'd like to take the "virtual channel" a step further though. Could a scifi club setup a "scifi page" with links to shows from any channel - podcasts, previews, and links for watching broadcast (or download or record/DVR?), etc? Would I even care what channel a show was on if I knew that my city's scifi club had a great "virtual channel" that found everything I could access?

    Same goes for any genre of course... if I'm a horse buff, I can get all the horse shows I want. If my local sports team has a iTV page ("virtual channel") then I don't care what channel their game is broadcast on - I just want to watch it (and download other interesting stuff). Etc

    Apr 22, 09:32 AM

    21.5" (1920x1080) display
    3.5 GHz i3 processor
    8 GB RAM
    1 TB HD
    ATI Radeon HD 4870 (256MB)
    HDMI out


    That is the one I'll be getting. Why an i3 SB and not an i7 SB? I don't see Apple using an i3 in anything


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