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  • bushman4
    Mar 30, 12:02 AM
    Heres my question..........Iphone4 is reaching maturity as the number sold has decreased each day as many await the iphone5. How will Apple compensate for revenue and profit in these 2 quarters???? Ipad2 isn't going to make up the difference. I wouldn't count the Iphone5 out yet in late June or July unless there is a part shortage from Japan.
    Remember Apple is not the type of company that must put every feature into its upcoming product.

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  • gekko513
    Aug 2, 08:17 PM
    Interesting... I was about to edit my last post that Apple's site doesn't claim the Macbook has any slots... I can't see any in the Macbook QTVR images either.
    It's a usb wireless card, I presume. He holds it up, flicks out the (usb) connector and plugs it into the left side of the Macbook. While he sticks in the card he says:
    Don't think, however, just because we're attacking an Apple, the flaw itself is in an Apple. We're actually using a 3rd party wireless card.

    I hope you're not referring to me when you say "people are so quick to call this an unfair attack on Apple". :confused:

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  • partyBoy
    Oct 16, 06:12 PM
    It's still there. It's just not shown in the picture.

    The iPhone first gen hasn't got a very good camera so I could not get it all on the pic.

    I said where did you "buy" not "put":confused:

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  • runplaysleeprun
    Sep 12, 01:42 PM
    iTunes 2 had the blue note--v1 had three notes of varying colors. iTunes icon timeline:


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  • SarahPalin
    Apr 2, 06:43 AM
    They make all of Nikons sensors, even the high end D3S and D3X dSLRs ones. They also made (or make?) Canon point and shoot sensors; at least as of a few years ago. Sony was one of the first with backlit CMOS as well.

    Oh, and I think Pentax, if you want to consider them a camera compay, uses Sony sensors.

    The high-end Nikon sensors are not Sony's.

    "While it's widely known that Nikon uses sensors principally designed by Sony in many of its digital SLRs, the D3/D700 sensor is an original Nikon design that is manufactured not by Nikon but by an unspecified sensor fabricator. Prior to the D3, the only other digital SLR models to also feature a sensor created by Nikon were the D2H and D2Hs, and as with those models, Nikon isn't revealing their manufacturing partner for the new sensor. It has a pixel pitch of 8.45�m and utilizes 12-channel readout."


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  • Glass
    Aug 3, 05:08 PM
    THAT is exactly what Im talking about. All you people bitch and complain about new things/developments that Apple might be working on (and later announce) and at first you all hate it. Then you get used to it, and then one day you find you love it. I hope the iPhone does come out and you all hate it and it becomes a phenomenal success....the same case the iPod once faced. Same with the new names (MacBook). Same with the switch to Intel (now look how lucky we are). Same with the Intel integrated graphi...well...no one likes those actually, but my point is stop thinking you're going to hate it because you're most likely going to end up getting it anyway.

    That's an amazing point!! I wasn't around these forums back then.. but I am blown away at the original iPod reaction!! Wow!!

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  • mohsy90
    Apr 17, 09:07 PM
    It may not be that they didn't have them, rather they were set aside for being who had already reserved them (the point of reservations).

    They were not set aside for reservation. I walked in at 11:00 when they opened and the guy said they never received shipment, so.... they started taking reservations.

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  • TheUndertow
    Apr 17, 11:08 AM
    They still do :)

    The nice thing about iPad is it is that sort of a Trojan Horse consumer item.

    It is far from a toy, though it is a "toy"...

    I've been saying for a while that Apple is serious about getting a more established cred for their gaming business and this is another example.

    Now parents can buy their kids (and themselves) a gaming device with free to $10 (...etc) games.

    Long term it's a better investment than a lower cost handheld or console when you figure ALL of the games are at the price level lower than the majority of the games you'd buy (@ $20-$60 a pop) with a Nintendo/Microsoft/Sony device and aside from the Arcade level downloadable titles.

    You also get FAR more utility from an iPad.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 17, 12:04 PM
    Dude. You need to get out of the house and out from behind your iDevices.


    neither cast ye your pearls . . .

    That's the only advice I really need to follow around here.

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  • scem0
    Oct 13, 02:04 AM
    You forgot to mention the price difference too.... Yeah they both have their advantages and disadvantages, but if I were to get a computer right now, I would get a PC. It is because I can find a 2.8 GHz PC for half the price of a 1.25 (2x) pMac. Luckily for apple, I am waiting, because I trust apple to release something revolutionary within a year from now. ::::coug:::: GPUL ::::cough::::.. :D

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  • Chef Medeski
    Sep 6, 09:06 AM
    Forgive me if this isn't new, but I just noticed that you can order the BT keyboard and mighty mouse as a package for $60 ($54 edu discount). Given that the BT MM alone is $69, this is a great deal.
    So, does anyone want to buy this option with their mac and I'll pay the $60 for both of them. Ok... $70 for your time and shipping. ;)

    something[/i], right? ;) :D As it stands now, since Merom is technically the "mobile chip", Apple has 5 mobile solutions (2 mobile MB/MBPs, 3 not-so-mobile iMacs) and a workstation solution (Mac Pro), so where is the desktop solution? :p :cool:

    Well, lets see where would they put it? Between Mac Mini and iMac.... you know in that $200 difference. Or maybe between iMac and Pro Mac.... in that what $300 difference. It seems like the Mac Mini bump and iMac expansion have left no room in the line-up for another Mac. Even with conroes... all speeds, sizes, prices are covered. There isn't room for a Conroe Mac. Period.

    They probably aren't even going to use Conroe chips because I bet its a lot more work to redesign the iMac to use Conroe and then set up another supply chain just for Conroe chips when they could just use Merom and Woodcrest solely, it seems to fulfill their line-up well and makes it simpler for logistics.

    I bet you a BT Might Mouse we won't see a Conroe Mac in the next 4 months.

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  • jdee2wheels
    Jan 11, 05:03 PM
    Figure a new umpc, maybe a tablet, and make it always connected via some new 3/4G network. They'll make a tiny device that people will always carry.

    This is my guess too. Very small notebook with built in 3G from AT&T. Data plan available for $20 a month or included with your iphone cell plan.

    I seem to remember something coming up a few weeks ago where AT&T was thinking about offering their data plan as a standalone option and this would certainly fit.

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  • Sydde
    Mar 15, 04:04 PM
    Thanks for your diligent research efforts
    ... �It is often believed that wars and military spending increases are good for the economy. In fact, most economic models show that military spending diverts resources from productive uses, such as consumption and investment, and ultimately slows economic growth and reduces employment�.That reads rather oddly. Consumption is a productive use? Does a degree in economic analysis require a credit in mendacious obfuscation?

    ... In a recent paper that I co-authored with Robert Pollin, we show that dollar per dollar, more jobs are created through spending on clean energy, health care, and education than on the military. Further, we show that more middle-income and well-paying jobs are created in all of these areas...Here we encounter another small problem, arising from the efforts on the part of various Koch fiends to marginalize the income and advantages of public employment. With collective bargaining and public unions defanged and declawed, it is doubtful that non-military-related income from government spending will be able to maintain its edge, perhaps not even keep up.

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  • Gem�tlichkeit
    Mar 25, 01:52 PM
    lol 666mb

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  • PCtoMAC?
    Oct 1, 10:39 AM
    There is also a mode that Bungie created called "Gruntpocalypse" where it is nothing but waves and waves of Grunts, with the "Grunt Birthday Party" skull turned on. It sounds very basic, but killing hundreds of Grunts, the confetti popping out of their heads, and hearing the kids cheer YAAAAYY every time you headshot them just never gets old. :D

    Gotta check this mode out, sounds like fun. I asked this before but its been awhile, has anyone beat it on legendary yet? I am going to go through it anyway but i was just wondering.

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  • johncarync
    May 5, 02:15 PM
    Here's my guess as to how it will work based on how simple Apple likes to make things for the end user:

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  • chuckiej
    Aug 4, 04:13 PM
    Remember the beige G3's? When Jobs first came back, he put the 233 G3's into the same beige boxes the old 604's were in so that they could be released sooner.

    So are you theorizing that they are working on a new design but its not ready so they have to go with modified G5 cases?

    Or could the G5 case still be so good that its not worth changing right now?

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  • klerke
    Apr 12, 01:15 PM
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    Finally a comment from someone who actually knows what he's talking about.
    If you want to red pill of anything real meaningfully, start listing to Noam Chomsky.

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  • Cakester
    May 4, 09:45 PM
    This would be the worst thing ever.

    Mar 28, 01:41 PM
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    People still shop at Radio Shack for more than just oddball connectors, batteries, etc.?

    Thats all I ever get there. Pretty much everything else they sell is overpriced.

    Everything there is overpriced. Their cables and connectors are usually 2x what they would cost from a respectable store! Typically when a part costs $12, I'll tell them I'll give them $5. They usually take it bc it's only worth 5

    Apr 13, 04:30 PM
    Apple won't sell a suite (there are no suites in the App Store). Look at iWork - just individual apps for purchase. They'll probably charge $299 for FCP and $99/each for the other apps, or have it all rolled up into Final Cut Pro.

    I just wonder if there is any upgrade pricing strategy. No matter what - $299 is A STEAL!

    Chris Bangle
    Jul 23, 10:17 AM
    FADER Magazine already on itunes...... If thres already a magazine it cant be hard to get more

    Aug 24, 01:32 PM
    didn't see this mentioned- but I guess there are 1.1 million in US and 700,000 abroad so that of course totals the 1.8 mentioned on some reports.

    So now we know exactly why apple didn't post their own link yet- site can't handle 1.8 million hits at once huh?:D

    Apr 15, 12:43 AM
    ...I edit professionally and I am stoked by what I have seen so far. Anything that makes my life easier is a good thing... As others have said, just because amateurs can afford the software, it doesn't mean that they can use it well.So true to both your statements.
    The new starting point reminds me of Alias (now Autodesk) Maya's Marking Menus, where a simple stroke using a keyboard would let you speed up editing in 3D. Now with thew new Timeline/Sequence, options like Compound Clips and Magnetic Timeline, I can imagine where Apple will apply this too.
    Ive seen high-end companies go from 5 digit costs to 3 in a span of 5 years due to the competition. Still doesnt mean the software is easy to use it just helps you be more creative and Apples always been about that!
    Funny that Apple came up with that price of 299 cause the day before, Avid came out with a 995 crossgrade from Final Cut.
    You get to keep your FC license too.
    Avid Media Composer is 2500 USD.
    Did Avid know what Apple was going to price FCP at?

    Thats my conspiracy theory ;)

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