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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

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  • bibbz
    Jun 9, 01:34 PM
    WOW Awesome Thank you so much for the info and the fast response.

    I like employees that are on message boards like this and respond to questions like these and taking the time out of their day. Thanks.

    So just to make sure. If I do go along with the Trade In on Tuesday I don't have to give them my phone then? when I go back to pick it up then they will take it?

    Thanks

    NP bro, glad i could help!

    Don't do your trade in Tuesday, if you do, yes you have to give them the phone right then. Just have it appraised Tuesday so you know how much you can get for it. You want to actually do it they day you get the iPhone4 and give them your old one.

    Now if you are afraid the values will drop as launch day gets closer and you want to be locked in with the quote you get Tuesday, then you will have to give it to them on Tuesday.





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  • terkans
    Jul 20, 11:04 AM
    2nd generation intel Mac Pro...
    8 cores...
    2^3 = 8

    Mac Pro 2 Cubed

    [cue 'return of the cubes']





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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 9, 10:01 PM
    I'd wait for Haswell or maybe even Rockwell which will be the 16nm shrink of Haswell.





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  • shawnce
    Jul 20, 04:47 PM
    I hate to burst everyone's bubble, but Kentsfield will not be appearing in any of the Pro machines for some time.

    Apple will be using them exclusively in the Xserves, at for the most part of 2007. This will finally give Apple another way to distinguish their server line from their pro line.

    Kentsfield is not really targeted as a server class chip, it is targeted towards single socket desktop/workstation systems. I doubt we will ever see it an Xserve system.

    Apple will likely use a single and dual Xeon 51xx (Woodcrest) in their Xserve systems possibly with the quad core Xeon a little farther down the road (aka Clovertown and later Tigerton).

    Review... roadmap (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Core_Microarchitecture#Road_map)


    They both realize that these chips belong in real servers and also requires an OS that can support such chips.

    Mac OS X already can deal with quad core systems and can support more cores without any real issues.





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  • Cougarcat
    Mar 26, 12:56 PM
    Do you use stacks for accessing applications? If yes, then why wouldn't you want to use launchpad?

    I use Spotlight, but Launchpad is terribly inefficient compared to stacks. You have to click on its icon to invoke it, hunt through potentially a bunch of different screens, click on a folder if you've organized your apps, and then click on your app. With stacks, I move my cursor down to the dock, click on the appropriate stack, and then click on my app. 2 clicks vs a button press, a bunch of swipes, hunting, and 2 more clicks.





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  • 4God
    Jul 14, 11:30 PM
    School House Rock - "Oh, I'm just a bill, a lonely old bill, sitting here on Capitol Hill" (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1569494088/002-8458341-9463244?redirect=true)

    That's old school. Even I remember that one.





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  • ergle2
    Sep 19, 10:43 PM
    why shouldnt it?

    Ah, a mature, intelligent, well reasoned reply.





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  • liven2
    Apr 6, 01:58 PM
    No matter what Apple does lately or how much they sell or how good the forecasts are for sales Apple Stock continues it quick downward slide. What the HELL!! I just do not understand it ... Specially while Google stock continues to climb at an incredible pace week, after week, after week.. :confused::confused::mad:





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  • AppleFreak89
    Jun 9, 12:43 PM
    Regarding RadioShack preorder(if it works like before)

    Is it possible to preorder from one store and pickup at another store? The reason I ask is that I will be out of town on launch day and would like to pick up at a different radioshack then I have access to...

    Thx

    Hey, this is not possible because based on the number of preorders from each store is what determines how many get sent to each store. and if you order from store #1, a phone will be sent to store#1 specifically for you.

    :)





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  • celo48
    Apr 6, 01:38 PM
    Puuuahhhh

    That proves one more time to "some" that having a fast car does not really matter if you do not have nice roads to drive it.





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  • samcraig
    Apr 27, 09:32 AM
    How is the talk of slower performance because the database isn't as large any different than the discussion about the data in the first place.

    Several people were criticizing people for having tin foil hats when it came to what the data was being used for, etc

    And now the same people are wearing the same tin foil hats/complaining about some mythological "slow down" by having a smaller database.

    Hypocrisy LOL





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  • briansolomon
    Jul 14, 05:26 PM
    It's about time. For a company that prides itself on innovations, features, and ease of use this is something that should not just be coming to fruition now...and should have never been eliminated from the G5 during the change from G4 <<<weird wording but I think you all will get the idea





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  • URFloorMatt
    Apr 11, 11:55 AM
    To me this means 4G and Verizon/AT&T hardware convergence. Both, good news.Agreed. But I don't get all this confusion over fiscal 2012 and calendar 2012. Are there analysts really stupid enough to believe that Apple would kill any future iPhone sales at Christmas by shifting the iPhone to a January release schedule? And do they really think Apple would preview iOS 5 a full six months before release? That said, if I sit on my iPhone 3GS until Sept/Oct and the new iPhone doesn't have 4G, I'll probably never buy another Apple product again.

    For those interested in holding out for iPad 3, I do think moving the iPhone into a fall release frame opens the door to delaying the iPad 3 launch until summer 2012. On the plus side, that would leave the spring conspicuously empty, which might indicate a major MacBook Pro refresh (i.e. new casing) for next year.





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  • MattInOz
    Apr 6, 11:30 PM
    Although the only thing that will ultimately matter is what Apple releases on Tuesday, if you want to get an inkling as to why FCP development has been at loggerheads since do yourself a favour and read a couple articles from Philip Hodgett's blog on FCP, QTkit, Cocoa, and it's unfortunate collision with OSX's 64 bit platform development.

    http://www.philiphodgetts.com/category/technology/apple-pro-apps/

    Which has been in development longer FCP overhaul or iPhone?
    AV foundation was overkill for iOS from the outset so that would suggest is was always intended for FCP.

    His articles have a funny assumption that the OS team has the most secrecy.
    Surely the more valuable projects Like FCP have greater access to information and the greater control over when the broader company gets to see their work. Sure they would have been trumped to iPhone team who would seem to have free reign. The CoreOS team would seem like they are the most open their job is to turn the private API's developed by the product teams into to a public developer platform. A lot of their work is even open source.





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  • bigmc6000
    Aug 11, 02:31 PM
    They are failing because they believe media content is what is important to people. Pumping their phones full of media and "services" which only are really advertisements that don't help anyone but Disney and ESPN. They are phones with superficial artificial sustainance.

    Technology wouldn't be such a boom if people couldn't advertise with it some way. Apple will only succeed if it can avoid this and make a product that is functional and serves a true purpose in the consumer's life without the bullcrap content.

    It's same issue of turning people from Windows to a Mac but WORSE. If people had to pay MS a fee for switching I doubt it'd be more than about 1% share. And that's what the US business is right now. Sure there are going to be a few people who pay the 170 to get out of their contract and then another 300 for the iPhone and then, most likely, an increase in their calling plan becuase now noone is free mobile to mobile.

    We've headed down this contract path and I personally think it's fine. I don't plan on switching carriers all that often and if it saves me $280 off of a phone for a service I'm going to subscribe to anyway I say go for it.

    Really - please pick Cingular - my g/f has it and won't get rid of it so I"m stuck. That's my plea to Steve - PLEASE!!!!





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 18, 08:32 PM
    NO WAY!! that would be awesome

    yeah...please share a video if you can





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  • svenas1
    Jul 15, 04:55 AM
    The thing that perplexes me is the relocation of the Power Supply to the top. This is either bogus info or they know something they aren't letting on about all the Liquid Cooling problems that have been arising lately in the repair world.
    Plus would this not put a strain on the power cord since the cord would have its own weight hanging down on it instead of how it currently comes out of the back of the tower and immediately lays on the floor or desk surface? Something's fishy about this.

    what if the plug is still at the bottom, and the connection to the actual power unit is internal? high voltage connection through the case innards - is that possible ?





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  • edenwaith
    Jul 14, 04:34 PM
    ONLY DDR2-667?!? :confused:

    Come on Apple, you'd BETTER use DDR2-800 or I'll be pissed! :mad:


    No, they better equip every new Mac with 10 Terabytes of DDR9-5000 RAM! And they will also include a Raid 5 configuration at 20 Exabytes! And the entire machine will be smaller than your fingernail.

    But it will then come equipped with a 16Mhz Motorola 680x0 chip.





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  • LegendKillerUK
    Apr 6, 02:34 PM
    That's a common misreading of what Jobs said.

    iOS was developed for the phone first.

    As Jobs explained, there was a simple UI demo done on a touch device originally designed to be a keyboard input prototype. That demo gave him the idea to go all touch on the iPhone. That's what he meant by "the tablet came first".

    Since we know that during summer/fall the first iPhone UI concepts were done using iPods with wheels, his touch "eureka" moment probably came in late with the UI demo almost certainly done under OSX.

    According to all known histories, the actual creation of iOS didn't begin until 2006. Prior to that, some at Apple were still proposing using Linux for the phone OS.

    But he then said after how well it would work on the phone, they put the tablet project on the shelf and focused on the phone as it was more important. Which means it was a tablet and no just a touch screen device in the beginning.





    DStaal
    Sep 13, 10:03 AM
    I'm just wondering if I can drop one of these into an iMac... Are they pin-compatible? Also sort of wondering about a heat issue.
    Nope - Different processor archetecture. Even if the pins were the same, the motherboards are different.

    Both Clovertown and Woodcrest are 'Xeon' chips, which is a particular processor family. Chips in one processor family may be replaceable with others from that family, but generally different families are not replacable with each other. (Unless specifially designed to do so.)

    Also, the iMac is a 32-bit computer, and these are 64-bit chips, reducing any possiblity to zero.





    tumblebird
    Nov 29, 10:23 AM
    Anyone interested in creating an Universal blacklist of albums then?

    YES AND YES... oh, wait, I don't listen to any of their artists. But YES anyways. Has anyone bought a domain name yet?





    rdowns
    Apr 27, 02:46 PM
    Really guys? We're going to argue it may be a forgery now. :rolleyes:





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    Dec 7, 02:53 PM
    So another patch for today adding mechanical damage. Must have the newest firmware...





    hulugu
    Apr 27, 11:19 PM
    Can you name ONE person here who suggested its a forgery?

    Right, you typically dig through government documents looking for goofy layers (or object) and you're just asking questions about this one document which happens to prove that Obama was born in the United States.

    What I find remarkable is you were one of the ones arguing that all Obama has to do is show the long-form document and now that the White House has, you're still arguing about the document. It's a fair question to wonder why there are layers in a document, but you can't honestly say that such a question doesn't lead down a path that would logically come to the conclusion that a document was a forgery.

    Am I a liar? I have no idea if you're doing it right, or if you are even using Illustrator, or if the PDF was replaced with a single-layer/object one. Just do a Google search for 'obama birth certificate layers' and you'll see that I'm not the only one who downloaded a file with multiple layers or objects or whatever.

    It seems like it changes depending on the settings and edition of Creative Suite you have.

    I'm quite sure that my rare posts in this forum have little to do with what you and your army think of this forum...besides, my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.

    Yeah it does. ;)

    It'd be fascinating to see how much people cared about 'layers' if the documents in question related to Bush's National Guard deployment or something similar. ;) Haha, no bias here boys!

    The difference between me and you is that I'd want an explanation in either account. ;)

    Those hypotheticals make for easy arguments. You do have a bias against Obama and you should just admit it. When a document comes around that runs counter to your worldview make sure you ask the same kinds of questions.



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