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  • Dont Hurt Me
    Oct 18, 08:11 PM
    I think it is as a whole, I just find it interesting that that desk tops are declining, Is this world wide or just for Apple and if it is just for Apple then they are doing something wrong in this part of their business.

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  • shawnce
    Jul 21, 12:31 PM
    Although Apple is behind Gateway in market share, Apple's earnings (not revenue, earnings) last quarter (not year, quarter) is pretty close to Gateway's market capitalization!

    Not surprising given that Gateway's market share numbers come directly from the extremely low margin, low end systems they are dumping on the market. In other words they have higher volumes but they are making next to nothing (for some nearly selling at a loss) in order to get those volumes.

    ...basically the stock market knows that Gateway is not a very safe bet...

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  • Queso
    Jul 21, 10:18 AM
    Finally Apple are back from those awful tanking sales G4 years, though will they ever break through that 5% glass ceiling?

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  • Winnychan213
    Apr 14, 06:24 PM
    if someone actaulyl waited all this time for whtie iphone 4 than u really got problems XD

    Not if they update their cpu to A5, or hopefully upgrade the ram to 1GB as well.

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  • rhett7660
    Dec 30, 01:13 PM
    Creative positioning + bed with a good bit of "give", e.g. Memory Foam = enjoyment without that "crushing" feeling. This has served me well, and that's the best way I can explain it without going into TMI territory.

    This is a great post!!! And good lord, 30K calorie supper! UGHGHG... Well at least she has goals and is planning on getting to those goals even if it kills her!

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  • olimits7
    Sep 30, 05:10 PM
    True, that's a good point...I guess the issue is partly due to the iPhone and AT&T's network.

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  • marksman
    Apr 12, 11:34 AM
    By the way, whenever the iPhone 5 comes out it will not have a 4" screen.

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  • foodle
    Apr 14, 12:57 PM
    A sure way to tell when a technology is running out of steam and nearing saturation is when the big new thing is a different colored case. Just look at Dell laptops or the iPod line. Not a good sign from Apple.

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  • Daveoc64
    Apr 23, 07:19 PM
    I don't believe this. Why would Apple waste money on a carrier that has just been bought?

    The best asset that T-Mobile USA has is its network.

    AT&T will no doubt want to use that eventually - it's probably the main reason that they're buying it.

    T-Mobile's 3G coverage is solely on the AWS band.

    A future iPhone that could use all of the bands that AT&T/T-Mobile USA owns would provide a real boost for AT&T. It would expand their network coverage with minimal cost and no hassle of waiting for planning rules etc.

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  • bedifferent
    Apr 12, 09:57 AM
    Intel says that direct connection to both PCIe and the graphics processor is required for Thunderbolt, but I wonder just why it would not be possible to use a PCIe card for a "data only" connection to external TB storage devices and leave the video to the existing connections? It seems to me that there should be a sufficiently large market for such a card to warrant third party development. I don't think that anyone would be upset at having a second connector for their display...seeing as how they have one now...and would be very happy to have a data connection quicker than FW 800.

    Intel denies that Apple have an exclusive use of Thunderbolt, but it does not seem as though the PC motherboard manufacturers are making much of an effort to let people know that they will be offering Thunderbolt native motherboards anytime soon.

    Boo! I didn't know it "required" a connection between the GPU and PCIe. I don't see the reasoning behind a direct connection to the GPU, anyone (not an engineer here)? I also agree, that for the sake of data connectivity, a PCIe card would be a realistic expectation. I certainly wouldn't be bothered with another connection, especially if that connection would eventually be the primary connection to my external devices ("Light Peak"/"ThunderBolt" does allow for daisy chaining?).

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  • DotCom2
    Apr 13, 09:48 PM
    Meh. Too late.

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  • saving107
    Apr 14, 01:27 PM
    I've just downloaded the update on my iPhone and iPad and i noticed that on the iPad (not iPhone) in the General Setings now there is now a multitouch gestures button to enable this function. It suports 4 fingers up to show the app switcher, 4 fingers to the sides to switch apps and 5 fingers to the centre to go to the home screen.

    It works great!

    Did you have these Gestures enabled before?

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  • jbennardo
    Apr 25, 09:02 AM
    2 against 1... cowards. :rolleyes:

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 01:35 AM
    Consolidating some replies here...

    How about if inspector sections could be 'torn off' and moved or docked below like in photoshop? There are certainly 2 or 3 sections that I would like open all the time.<snip>

    Why not just use more than one inspector? Pages allows you to add more inspectors to your screen anytime you want (up to a maximum of 8). If you've got the screen real-estate, why not just have an inspector for each panel that you're hitting all the time. I usually have at least two open...

    Grammer checker (dubious value in my opinion)
    Better mathematical notation input
    Table of Contents is not bad but could have some additional features.
    better cross referencing

    I agree on all counts. I use MathType for my equations, and while I can relatively easily cut and paste them in, there are often text baseline issues, and it just plain isn't that elegant. AppleWorks had nice hooks into MathType or Equation Editor. Double click on an equation and it would pop up in the editor, and so on.

    Apple never intended for iWork to compete with MS Office. Apple merely wanted to fill a niche for those AppleWorks users who didn't need a full blown behemoth Office Suite like MS Office.

    It is only the die-hard Apple users that detest MS Office who are suggesting that iWork is a replacement for MS Office.

    Well, now that depends, doesn't it. What percentage of users (consumer or professional) do you suppose actually use the features that set MS Word apart from Pages? I bet you it's pretty small. So, for all of the rest, then Pages is a competitor for MS Word. And that pool includes a lot of professionals as well as consumers. You said it, yourself. It's for users that don't need a behemoth office suite.

    I have been using Pages and Keynote since Day One. Pages One was almost worthless in my book. Apple should have given away Pages v2 to those who suffered through version 1. Keynote was interesting and useful from version one but still lags significantly behind PowerPoint.

    Okay, I'm curious, how is it that Keynote lags significantly behind PowerPoint? I started using Keynote with version 1, and I was able to do things with it that colleagues couldn't get close to with PowerPoint. Now, I'll grant that there are some things that PowerPoint does that Keynote is still either not good at or simply can't do, but the same can be said in the other direction. So, from my perspective, Keynote and PowerPoint have been on a nearly equal footing for some time. Yet you think PowerPoint is significantly ahead of Keynote? Please explain...

    I realize that some people will be more content with a consumer version and will recommend it as a replacement. But that still doesn't give it the same functionality of the Professional app.

    Yeah, as others have said, let's be careful with labels. Just because I don't have $25,000 invested in camera equipment does that mean that I'm not a "professional" photographer? Or, if I wrote a book using an iBook instead of a "professional" computer like a PowerBook or a PowerMac or (gulp) a PC, does that mean that I'm not a professional author? I could go on, but my point is simple. Programs are tools, just like computers, cameras, etc. The tool is never what makes a professional. The person using it is.

    Now, that said, there are some professionals who need some of the tools that MS Office gives them, and they can't do their job without them. Great. Use MS Office. More power to them. But there are a lot of professionals who don't, and for them iWork can be a perfectly functional professional application. And, I think what some others have been trying to say is that it might even be a better application.

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  • quigleybc
    Jul 28, 12:18 PM
    Now is really the time for Apple to go all out and move in on MS....

    If I were Steve, I would be cranking out products, and really pushing hard to get stuff like a full on Mac media center, next gen iPods, iPhones, iTablets ect. ect..

    Just because MS is kind of in limbo right now, not really doing anything big, Gates just stepped is the time to really move in on their territory.

    Maybe that's exactly what they're doing, but it seems like the big product announcements have dropped off completley....the last big announcement was the Macbook, which was a no brainer...high fi ect....

    Hopefully they are all going mad scientist in the Apple labs cooking something really special up, and are just going to unload them all at once....we'll see...

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  • Jon from kent
    Apr 26, 10:07 AM
    I bought a 21.5 imac last summer three days before they launched the new one, so sent it back.

    Finally bought its replacement three days ago. Now they're doing it again.

    Can't be bothered this time.


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  • Macinthetosh
    Apr 22, 04:18 PM
    I have never been a fan of the teardrop form factor.

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  • arogge
    Jun 6, 02:17 AM
    This is like the risk of using the 1-Click Ordering feature at

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  • gnasher729
    Apr 22, 04:14 AM
    Even more entertaining is the fact that Apple is so arrogant they fail to realize how stupid they look.

    Suing their biggest vendor.

    It doesn't get any more stupid than that.

    Samsung is so arrogant, they fail to realize how stupid they look.

    Ripping off their biggest customer. Then suing their biggest customer.

    It doesn't get any more stupid than that.

    What is apple complaining about

    I think this is a lawsuit its best for everyone to avoid.

    Another repost of this picture that was long since debunked. The picture claims that the Samsung F700 was showed first on Cebit 2006. If you google for "Samsung Cebit 2006" and then for "Samsung Cebit 2007", the first finds lots of photos of Samsung phones that look completely different than any iPhone, the second finds a tech website that dug out a link to their own reporting from Cebit 2007 where the F700 was shown as a reply to the iPhone and the LG phone.

    Mar 16, 11:12 AM
    Are stores open at 9am today instead of the usual 10am?

    Nov 3, 07:33 PM
    Dont count Parallels out. They will eventually have multicore support in their app, and i am sure will keep getting better over time.

    Apr 14, 06:28 AM
    Sorry, not likely to happen given the razor-thin profit margins for televisions nowadays, especially when you have Samsung, Sony, VIZIO, Panasonic, LG and a couple of other brands fighting it out already in the large-screen flat-panel market.

    Now, a larger, more-sophisticated Apple TV box connected to your TV via the HDMI port, that's quite something else....

    Apr 30, 12:13 PM
    Is the new Ravenvii and Chrmjenkins' game next? I'm eagerly waiting from the sidelines to see what it will be like.

    manu chao
    May 3, 08:20 AM
    A very "noobish" question.....Are iMac's upgradable? The reason i ask is because my current computer is a Dell XPSONE 24 (all in one machine). It has been great, but is rapidly becoming outdated. I can no longer update my graphics card without issues and due to the machines design i cannot upgrade the graphics card. (power supply cannot handle anything better).

    I am really considering the iMac because i love the all-in-one designs and fits what i need. However, i don't want to be stuck in this same situation in 2 -3 years.
    You can upgrade memory and harddrives (there are two internal connectors and if you count the optical drive, three) but opening up requires suction cups (and preferably a dust-free environment).
    But more importantly, the standard way to upgrade a Mac is sell the old model and get a new one. The resale value of used Macs is pretty high, have a look at E-bay prices.

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