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  • Surely
    Mar 1, 12:42 PM
    Emilio? Isn't he still at home waiting for a script for Breakfast Club 2?

    I thought he was the head coach of The Anaheim Ducks......

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  • buckers
    Apr 28, 06:15 PM
    Bizarre, but probably not an issue for the vast majority of users :rolleyes:

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  • RedTomato
    Oct 24, 07:46 AM
    Very Very Tempted.

    Time to put my repaired and working perfectly G4 PB 15'' on sale I think.

    Any takers? (London, UK)

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  • macFanDave
    Jul 21, 12:16 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!


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  • Dont Hurt Me
    Oct 18, 05:33 PM
    Its clear Apple is missing something in the midrange desk top line. Its time for the Cube or Macintosh or headless iMac or Max Mini or something. iMac isnt for everyone and the world has billions of big beautiful displays just waiting for a midrange Mac but if Apple prices it again the same as the towers it will be another failure. Its way past time for the next Macintosh. Needs a real GPU, at least 1 expansion slot and should be priced right along with ugly iMac:D or a pinch below.

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  • Tattoo
    Jan 26, 01:35 PM
    I always wondered where "huffy" came from. :p


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  • smugDrew
    May 3, 07:54 AM
    *cough* TFT Panels?!! Didn't iMac's always have an IPS Panel?

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  • bella92108
    Jun 6, 09:08 PM
    I always love to bring that up at those Mcdonalds debates.

    Yeah, after all if you buy a coffee there u have to sign a waiver of responsibility for burns, then reply YES three times to the cashier asking "Are you sure you want to buy this potentially scalding-hot coffee?" ... but what's it matter, thanks to people not wanting to take responsibility we can't buy coffee above 82 degrees fahrenheit. lol



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  • Spooner83
    Apr 26, 12:30 PM
    wow, this is awful, ****ing capitalists apple. This is why I'll use soundcloud and NOT apple cloud.

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  • FX4568
    Apr 19, 04:27 PM
    I had to finally register to comment on the hypocrisy in this and many other threads like it. Because some people want frame rates for gaming on an MBA, then your needs for GPU performance are valid, and others who don't game but could use CPU performance have invalid needs? Rubbish.

    A perfect example is the above. So the C2D rates as a 100/100 for CPU performance and thus any improvement is useless? Really?! Nice to see that you framed the argument such that any improvement you don't see as needed is useless.

    On Sunday I combined 6 or 8 short 720p video clips into a 7 minute video for YouTube with a simple title screen and transitions. It took the C2D ~40 minutes to process the video and save in a new format. So you're really going to argue that there is nothing to be gained from a significant bump in processor speed?

    For me and many other potential MBA purchasers, a CPU bump from the media processing abilities of the Core i processors would be welcome, and GPU performance over and above the ability to play real-time HD video is useless. We shouldn't be saddled with an out-of-date processor or forced to subsidize "unnecessary" frame rate performance just to appease game-players. And that perspective is as valid as yours.

    Well, I shall say first of all, welcome to the MacRumors forum :) I believe CPU is important to the computer as the GPU is. As current computers are, CPU have set a milestone where most users are not even able to use 100% of the capabilities hidden in such a powerful processor.

    Now, you were complaining I used 100/100 in the CPU analogy? fine, I will change it. CPU will be 90/100 and GPU is 80/100 as the 30% increase in cpu and 30% decrease in gpu, we will see a difference of 117/100 and 56/100. Am I arguing that there will be nothing to be gained from a bump in processor speed? Definitely not! Who doesnt love the little extra power when we need it? Who doesnt want the latest in tech? What im saying is that the downgrading of the GPU outweights the upgrading of the CPU in terms of OVERALL performance.

    Futhermore HT and Turbo dont work 100% of the times.
    For you and many other potential MBA purchasers, a CPU bump will be indeed welcomed. But as of me and the I believe majority of MBA owners and will be owners, the difference of processor speed is negligible to a certain extent, but the performance lack of GPU will be noticed the moment we start using the Macbook Air.

    +1, besides, the 13" MBP + 128GB SSD provide far better value-for-money than any present 13" MBA.

    The cheaper solution, the 11", tells another story but even then anything past the base model comes so close to the price of a 13" MBP+SSD that it's impractical to get a 11" from a performance point of view, especially when it's equipped with the slow 1.4 C2D. The 1.4 i5 will provide far better performance (certainly far more than 40% of speed boost). We will still be able to watch FullHD movies despite the less capable IGP. Games. Don't tell me you want to play WoW on a 11" monitor.

    FX4568 said "We have enough to accomplish our tasks, and any more would be an overkill in the things we need our computer to process.". Overkill means the increased processor speed will not be of any use, or, in other words, useless.

    You are comparing a cheaper price point by bringing a 128 SSD into the game. You must understand that even though many people have to choose between the 13 MBA and 13 MBP, both of them are made for a different purpose. You can play WoW on a 11" monitor. Why do you chain your MBA to tasks that you only think it will be able to accomplish.

    Okay, sorry about my lack of further explanation, but I dont want this to sound personal, but what you are doing is taking my statement to a whole different level. I would like to infer that your intelligence would be above the mark where I dont have to expand on every single statement that I say. When I say that the C2D is enough to accomplish tasks, I am saying that it is good enough for the higher than average person. Handbrakers of course will face a time difference on the processor speed, but as many of us know, not everyone uses Handbrake, and if we do, it is not something we do daily. Processor speed is always welcome, but at the sacrifice of GPU from 320m to the Intel GPU is the difference between the ability to play Crysis on 19.3 FPS at Medium settings and not be able to playing it at all while the performance increase in CPU is the difference between 10-30 minutes in Handbrake.


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  • Doctor Q
    Mar 4, 03:29 PM
    I made the mistake of turning on the TV news thinking I'd learn something about turmoil in the middle east. No, the news covered Charlie Sheen, Charlie Sheen, and more Charlie Sheen. My mistake.

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  • haveaniceday91
    May 3, 08:17 AM

    I was going to spring for the refurb i5 at $1449 but then I saw the late 2009 i7 for $1369 and was wondering which model I should go for.

    I'm honestly leaning towards the i7 and have a lot of faith in apple refurb products.


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  • Dagless
    Apr 25, 03:44 PM
    MBP = 4 years old
    iMac = 3 years old

    And both will be upgraded to Lion. No problems yet , even 1080p content plays well, slight lag to catch up when RWD or FF other than that no problems. :)

    Apple do have some great lines. My iMac is 5 years old yet I just finished Portal 2 (in Bootcamp, medium settings at native res. Overclocked GPU), I've developed and tested HD games, watched HD films on it, managed very large data libraries (iPhoto; 50gb. iTunes; 320gb). Still runs just fine.
    Infact I could have survived another year on it if the DVD drive didn't recently pack in.

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  • rovex
    May 2, 04:35 AM
    Great news! Shame its taken so long but at least we got him eventually! :D

    Now lets hope this is declared a national holiday and Apple releases the new iMac with a discount to celebrate :D

    WE didn't find him, it was our American friends! :D


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  • emaja
    Mar 10, 05:25 PM
    I have stayed out of this one for a while, but now he has gone from "sick" to "awesome" with this video on Funny or Die.

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  • Waybo
    Apr 9, 10:59 PM

    Tortuga Rum Cake, made with Tortuga Rum is not to be missed in Cayman Islands!


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    Mar 31, 03:04 PM
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  • lordonuthin
    Oct 28, 06:24 PM
    Nice. Those amd machines add up since you have so many. How do you deal with heat?

    The heat is an issue, for now I can open windows and use fans but by next summer I will have to do something about it. I'm actually contemplating cutting a hole in the basement floor (concrete) and digging down several feet to place a tubing coil that could be used to cool the cpu's directly with water blocks. That would require a manifold to distribute the coolant to all of the cpu's and possibly gpu's. That might be cheaper electric wise but would take money and time to implement. Wait a sec, I just realized I already have a hole in the floor for the sump, hmmmm. Anyway I have some time to contemplate the possibilities, and I can do all of the work myself. I know some folks in the heating/cooling business that could help design a system so I will maybe talk with them at some point. Another possibility is a small window ac just for the computer room or moving everything to the basement where it is cooler anyway... but damp in the spring. Lots of possibilities - Google is my friend :D

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  • arjaosx
    Apr 13, 03:03 PM
    I don't want to join in the bandwagon of naysayers who think they know Apple very well because none of us actually do.

    Instead, I'll look at how it can possibly be true.

    First point: The iPhone was released amidst a sea of dumb smartphones but did this fact stop Apple from dominating and changing the market, so I a crowded market a deterrent to Apple to re-introduce TV to the world? NO

    Second point: The way TV is done by current competitors and Apple themselves, is that the focus is being heavily shifted to go through the web, which of course traditional media firms don't like. But what if you have an appliance that connects the way it did to traditional networks but once contents gets in you can control it the way you want. Apple is about user experience, maybe they have developed a way to make traditional TV more fun and interactive to use.

    Third point: Apple is an electronic appliance company now more than ever and have been eyeing on capturing the living room for a while now. The TV is the center of the living room and instead of plugging in on to one why not make an actual set, that way you cut out competition from more established appliance manufacturers?

    Fourth point: Apple already has a game console which is considered the hub of home entertainment, it's called iPad.

    So is it still impossible for Apple to bring out a TV? NO. So let's just wait for new information to come.

    Jul 10, 09:19 PM
    I'm with KookAid, I find that the Inspector is far more time consuming than a well laid out Icon Bar with drop boxes. Maybe it's because I've been using Microsoft Office forever. But I have given Pages a serious try and I find that I really like it, except for it's lacking AutoCorrection and Inspector.


    I'll take my Inspector over extra tool bars, unless someone provides contextual tool bars, something I haven't seen since my desktop publishing software Calamus SL on Atari ST. A lot of my software uses an inspector dialog of some kind and I'm pleased to have that instead of 3 or 4 or 15 tool bars, which take up more room. It's tough when the tool bars take more room than the text.

    Maybe they'll even offer ground-breaking features like bi-directional text editing :rolleyes:

    Seriously, if Apple wants to compete in the word processing field, they need to start addressing people around the world, not just those who they consider guranteed target audience.

    Tri-directional would be even better. You have to spend huge amounts of money to get RLTB (right to left, top to bottom) word processing and page layout in an international package.

    Jul 11, 02:46 PM
    Steve already knew this was going to happen. They're ready.

    I hope so, but I won't say it's a given.

    Supposedly, Bill Gates and other Microsoft top brass were obsessed with the decline of the big great corporations (IBM being one of the best examples). Yet Microsoft has been (arguably) slowly heading in that direction as it tends to stumble in markets where they can't exercise their monopolisitc power (as in anything not OS or Office related).

    And Apple's quite familiar with monumental success and decline from past experience. So we'll see. But for once, the roles are reversed.

    Nov 10, 10:07 PM
    Hey Apple - ya think your user base might be interested in Flash??


    Yeah, you know what's best for us users though - so we should be elated that you are resisting support for it tooth and nail.

    Mar 11, 11:50 PM
    Was unfortunately one of the MANY who didn't get anything today...

    Originally thought about the 32GB 3G, but ultimately decided I wanted the 64 3G. Sadly, was waiting at the South Coast Apple Store and slowly heard them announce the 3G models all disappearing one by one.

    Waited for 3 hours... not the longest I've waited, but still disappointing. Oh well, Online Ordering here I come!

    Oct 24, 09:03 AM
    200th post!!
    Ok maybe I should post more..
    WOOO! Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo! WOOO!

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