Saturday, 21 May 2011

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  • kinster
    Nov 7, 04:17 PM
    How do you know that you are going to get a new one and not a refurbished one. And what old macbooks are you talking about, they didnt release any new ones yet. Thanks for the help.

    I am talking about the CD macbook. It is known that they put old/previous models on the refurb site. Ask anyone on here.

    Why don't you just look at the 'refurb' section of the site? Someone also mentioned that just prior to the release of the CD MBP on the 24th they put the whole range of CD MBP on the refurb site when there was usually just a small selection.

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  • reden
    May 5, 03:13 PM
    iPad 3 - iPad 3D

    I could really see that, with the iPhone 3G (it was actually the 3rd phone) and had 3G.

    And it will be called:

    iPad 3D.

    You heard it here first folks.

    Thanks to both you because Apple probably hasn't thought of this already.

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  • jaxstate
    Aug 29, 09:23 AM
    Comp USA, the reseller in my city. I've heard about others, but these two I know are doing it, for a small fee and the price of XP.

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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Sep 12, 02:41 PM
    I didn't see an option for this in Preferences. I'm assuming it's automatic.Mark album and get info... ;)


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  • Apple Expert
    Apr 17, 02:15 AM
    Target as it advertised in today's paper.

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 14, 10:09 AM
    When it comes to writing emails or checking facebook, a smart phone or tablet will do that just as well as a PC.

    Yes, and I think at this point most people who want a PC of some sort already have one. It may be an aging Compaq desktop from 2003 but it still runs, and it still does the emails and Facebook just fine, so they're not rushing out the door to buy a new one to replace it.

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  • direzz
    Nov 8, 08:06 AM
    anyone know when they will be available in the apple stores?

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  • Jackie.Cane
    Sep 12, 05:27 PM
    I like CoverFlow and the free album art but...

    Good god this thing is an ugly beast! From the side navigation panel to the scrollbars and buttons, to the Store itself - this has got to be the least asthetically appealing consumer app from Apple in a very long time. Windows XP style FTW!

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  • iJawn108
    Oct 26, 06:47 PM
    i havent had any random shut downs on my blackbook or even had it that hot. i do use smc fan control and leave it at 3303 rpm keeps it at about 52-54

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  • dbattle
    Apr 14, 06:16 PM
    So here's my question - if they're eliminating the "suite" package and eliminating upgrade pricing aren't they killing the current FCP editors who use all of the other suite apps? Currently FCP 7 charges $299 for the upgrade. So if they're eliminating the upgrade price and I want to upgrade 3 of my systems I have to pay $299 for FCPX and then an additional $700? for the other apps for each system? I've just gone from an upgrade cost of $900 (3 systems) to $3,000!

    Please tell me it ain't so!

    In my opinion the quote was very vague I think it left open the possibility that the price is $299 for the whole suite, maybe it's just wishful thinking.

    Here's the quote - "We've had upgrade pricing, we've had Final Cut Express, we've had Final Cut Studio - so we decided that we wanted to really do away with all of that, we wanted to greatly simplify the pricing structure, make it very very easy for you decide if you want to get a copy of Final Cut Pro. So we've decided to make it available for the amazing price of $299."

    I think the mention of all those would imply that all of those are now the $299 price? Thoughts?

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 6, 09:10 AM
    this 7300 this a mobile chip that we might possibly see in the mbp?

    Nope, desktop chip.

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  • AliensAreFuzzy
    Sep 6, 08:23 AM
    Why 1394b at 800 Mbps when eSATA at 3000 Gbps is available?

    Apple missed the boat on the external storage front here....
    I'm guessing you mean 3Gbps...
    Apple likes firewire, they made it. eSATA is nice, but you can't daisy chain the drives. That's why I like firewire so much.

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  • pixelpp
    Sep 4, 07:42 AM
    I just hope that the videos come to Australia when they are announced in the USA.

    a new iPod Nano would be great too!
    -Stephen Rose
    Tamworth Baptist Church (

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  • cmaier
    Apr 2, 12:38 PM
    Doesn't most of the internet use flash?


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  • Demoman
    Aug 29, 08:57 AM
    According to the Wikipedia article, a Home Basic upgrade is only $99.95, which is cheaper than the standard $129 for OS X releases. Then again, education customers can often get Mac OS for around $70 in some cases, if I'm not mistaken. I don't know if there will be education discounts for Vista or how much they will be. With so many versions and price points for Vista and an unknown price tag for Leopard, it's very complicated to make comparisons...

    Now one of the big questions is, who can get a Home Basic upgrade and how much are Home Basic users missing out on if they get that as opposed to Aero, etc.? No one knows for sure all the details at this point and we won't know for sure until official announcements are made. Although I would take OS X over Windows any day, we have to be cautious I think before saying Mac's upgrades are cheaper than Windows'. It looks like in many cases they will be, but not necessarily in all cases.

    You are mixing apples and oranges here sport. Vista BASIC does not have any comparison in the Apple world. You have to compare the Premium version of Vista.

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  • macfreek57
    Aug 3, 02:47 PM
    is it just me or is that an aluminum cased ipod nano?

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  • Drag'nGT
    Mar 29, 09:44 AM
    I hope that iOS5 is as good as we all expect. More options for voice integration would be oh so welcome. Let me listen to and respond to email and texts while driving (huge wish). But seriously, it's the one thing I'll say MS did well with their Sync technology. It is such a pleasant experience to use my iPhone in the car like that. If the phone can take even more commands from my voice I'll be ecstatic.

    Add free MobileMe and Apple will be set. I bet they need that double sized data center in NC we've heard about to pull this off.

    Wow, my hopes are high!

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  • qualleyiv
    Aug 2, 11:33 PM
    Hey guys, allow me to redirect the conversation here because I think you're all missing the point a little bit:

    OK, so I just watched the video and all I can say is that the video demo IN NO WAY proves that they've done what they say they can do. First, the BIGGEST thing in this exploit was that this hack was supposed to work without having to connect the hacked machine to any network, yet the first thing they did in the demo was CONNECT the Mac to the Dell!!! Not to mention that they attached a third-party network adaptor (if that was even what it was). Even then, all they got was a shell for the current user.

    That doesn't even start to get to the issue of what the video actually showed--which was VERY LITTLE. Just watch it, where is the proof that they even actually did the things which they claimed? I could have made that video EASILY. When I first read the report, I thought the video was going to be one of something that was done LIVE! Hardly...

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  • AhmedFaisal
    Mar 11, 07:12 AM
    If Apple OC doesn't come up with a solid reason as to why Canada or the US need to maintain a large standing military with enormous costs (such as threat level etc.) I am going to call troll.


    Jan 11, 05:05 PM
    "2008. There's something in the air."

    It's fun wondering about what it might be. Hope the secret is something we all find delightful.

    That's the most wishful thinking sentence I'm read on MacRumors in a long time. There's always someone who didn't get what they wanted, whether it is too expensive, too big, too small, too underpowered, too aluminum, or too much not like the PowerBook G5. Within 5 minutes of every announcement, the excitement and happiness is drowned out by the disappointed whines...

    Doctor Q
    Nov 27, 02:23 PM
    agree that the mono mixes are better. but leave the stereo ones alone.I hope the Beatles catalog will include both versions. For example, the mono version of Blue Jay Way was much different than the stereo version, so I'll have to get both.

    Apr 11, 12:47 AM
    Haha, so can we now bill our client the monthly price if they need vector work done in Illustrator, just like we would bill them for the fonts or anything else?

    I started using Photoshop at version 5.5 when I was about 12. So I was kind of confused when I just saw this pop up in my Twitter feed. I had a flashback! Crazy how we have come this far. This new model sounds interesting, but will it beat the people who pirate software? Unlikely.

    Now time to dive-in and see what these changes are...

    Did anyone see this coming?? Feels almost like a late April Fool's joke.

    Apr 11, 01:23 PM
    Interesting discussion.
    It seems that many people pirate Adobe products because they want to learn the tools, but don't have a job to pay for it's high prices. Those who are anti-piracy seem to argue that if you have the tools and the know-how than you can easily make enough money to pay for the price.

    Do those in the anti-piracy camp have major issues with someone who pirates Adobe products, but doesn't "profit" from them?....i.e doesn't make even enough money to cover the costs of the original products or even makes zero dollars?

    Of course it is still illegal, but it seems like everyone's defense revolves around "if you make money off of a product than you should pay for it"..

    I personally feel that pirating is wrong in ALL cases. However, I couldn't care less if someone pirated it, and profited in NO way.

    Piracy aside, I do think it's interesting to see Adobe going this way, and I don't think it will pay off. At a time when Apple is enabling developers with it's App store to be able to charge less for apps, but earn more money with a higher volume of downloads. Not to mention the customer gets some amazing benefits by using the app store: integration with the os (think Launchpad), easy updates, multiple licenses across a users account, use of itunes account to make purchases, etc

    Seems like Adobe is just BEGGING for developers to take away their business. It's already happening with pixelmator, aperature, etc doing 80% of what adobe does, but at fraction of the cost.

    I give it one more year, and Adobe's products will be entirely replaceable by App store Apps that will be SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper. Developers will be making their money, the apps will be cheap enough that piracy won't be as big of an issue, and everyone will be happy (except Adobe....and those heavily invested into their software model, and business).

    Nov 8, 08:05 AM
    Yippee! If only they had an improved video card.

    Almost always, a more powerful video card equals more heat and shorter battery life. I can completely understand the decision behind keeping the current card.

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