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  • davidgrimm
    Apr 13, 10:29 PM
    I locked my jaw from the constant jaw-dropping. :D

    I was skeptical at first of it being dumbed down but once I saw the demo, it has a lot of things under the hood. Things just get out of the way and lets you focus on editing. It may look like iMovie but this is even better than the current Final Cut Pro and iMovie combined. Just look at how powerful the timeline is.

    Oh crap, now I gotta watch the demo video. I'm an amateur editor who is frustrated with the new versions of iMovie, so I was thinking about FCe. I find the timeline in the current iMovie harder to work than some of the older versions. The older versions had other problems, so I don't want to go back. I was really hoping they would come out with a really nice (and cheap) version of FCE for users like myself in the sub $100 price range. This appears to be doubtful now.

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  • RichardI
    Jul 7, 08:22 AM
    I couldn't care less about touchy feely or iOS or whatever. If they do this, it better not raise the base price of an iMac! Better yet, make it available as an extra charge option for those who want it.

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Oct 6, 11:10 AM
    Well, those were certainly two VERY informative and insightful posts. Thank you for adding them to the thread. :rolleyes:

    On a more ON TOPIC note, I had a pretty awesome moment last night in a game of Invasion. It was tied 2-2, but if we could cap the Data Core, we would win. My teammate and I went back and grabbed the Falcon, and proceeded to just TEAR IT UP!!! We were down a man after someone quit, but even then, we managed to win. It was a pretty awesome finish. I made a film clip of it....


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  • rhett7660
    Mar 19, 11:10 AM
    I had to laugh at some of the responses. Boy it sure does bring back some memories,, can anyone say iPad thread!!! LOL.....

    This one caught my eye.

    straight down the tubes (stock wise)...just look at nortel and cisco

    Boy if they could only see what was coming!

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  • IronLogik
    Nov 12, 11:55 AM
    there was a thing last week where tweetdeck's new app was pulled because it crashed constantly. most of the problems with Windows over the last 20 years have been third party apps and drivers and not the OS itself, yet MS got the blame. Apple learned a lesson from that. it took MS years to change the architecture to limit bad code from developers

    By offering applications both ways you have an advantage. Apps that want to be listed on the App store need to pass all the usual tests and review process.

    By offering applications via your own website you get a warning saying the app wasn't reviewed by app, use at your own risk blah blah blah.

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  • ccunning
    Aug 3, 03:05 PM
    The blue dots on a silver platter looking thing. A couple posts up, someone claims its xgrid. Not really sure what xgrid is...
    http://www.apple.com/server/macosx/features/xgrid.html You can see the icon about halfway down the page.

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  • gnasher729
    Nov 8, 09:00 AM
    About time...but at this stage should i wait for the Santa Rosa platform with the ram drives and all that?? ;)

    Yes, you should wait. The more people wait for the next generation, the earlier everyone else can get their MacBooks.

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  • blitzkrieg79
    Apr 12, 07:44 PM
    Almost all products that are manufactured by Foxconn are produced by hand. When labor is essentially free it's going to be cheaper than using a machine.

    Do you know what the labor cost on an iPhone is? About 85 cents.

    And do you know how long it takes to assemble one?

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  • Jason Beck
    Mar 15, 01:33 AM

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  • the20pointmay
    Mar 28, 11:03 PM
    To have enough money to vacation to a WWDC :)

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  • da meat tree
    Oct 11, 07:14 PM
    I like this a lot. Doesn't that light make a glare?

    no not at all. at the angle i sit its perfectly fine.

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  • TUD
    Mar 25, 12:22 PM
    Hope it resolves the short battery life since updating to 4.3!

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  • neoelectronaut
    Oct 5, 01:07 PM
    Hells yes brah. ODST is my favorite game in the Halo series and I really like the ODSTs as a unit as well.

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 6, 09:19 AM
    There's a Go7300 though :p

    Although... I'd rather see a Go 7600 or Mobile x1800 in the MBPs...

    Despite the name, the GeForce 7300GT is actually a variant of the 7600 series. The GO7300 is based off the entry level 7000 series.

    Interestingly the formerly complete Mac family now has a new member in the form of the 24� iMac. Be interesting to see how 'complete' the Macbook family was now...

    God willing with lower prices and a GMA 15".

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Aug 3, 08:05 PM
    Fingers crossed for new iPods, credit card ready for MacBook Pro updates, and wish Apple doesn't release that dog ugly iPhone that circulating around the new :rolleyes:

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  • Creator3571
    Mar 29, 08:16 AM
    They appear to be bundling in the AppleCare. Cant buy without it.

    That just seems wrong. Something looks fishy here. Do you know if it was just that location?

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  • yellow
    Aug 9, 07:46 AM
    The macbook was HACKED, PERIOD!. End of story.

    Please don't promote the FUD.

    It's not entirely clear what happened, or how.

    And it wasn't the Macbook (nor OS X) that got hacked..

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  • nemaslov
    Sep 4, 01:05 PM
    It has been a year an a half or more since the 60GB iPod was released and over a year since we've been hearing about an 80GB version. I know i am in the minority who wants a larger one. Me for music only but I assume you video people will need more memory eventually anyway. Hey how about a 100GB version! I never jumped to the iPod video since they never expanded it's memory...:rolleyes:

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  • machewcoy
    Oct 26, 01:11 AM

    I would like to know what it is. :D

    EDIT: Sub for the Sound Sticks?

    Aug 2, 07:12 PM
    I agree....but wouldn't it be better to say, malicious hackers? I think that most hackers are good people and just like to tinker with things. Of course there's always going to be some bad apples.
    Yeah, hacking is just taking something and tinkering with it to make it do something that it's not really designed to do, isn't it? This can sometimes be useful and fun, but can obviously also be done for malicious purposes, and that's sometimes referred to as "cracking" and the ones who do it as "crackers".

    Here's the link to the main blog page, with video: link (http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/)

    What do you think?
    Wait a second. They use a 3rd party wireless card, and he said in the end that "the flaw is not in the Apple operating system as we used 3rd party hardware". I'd say that's quite different from the impression I got from reading the macrumors headline here. A default MacBook using the built in Airport isn't vulnerable as far as I can tell.

    He also said that the exploit isn't as trivial as a generic buffer overflow. Now, to exploit a generic buffer overflow, you need to have a certain level of l337ness to begin with, so that means you don't have to worry about your neighbour braking into your wireless network, just yet. Unless someone releases premade tools to do the exploitation, I'd say that normal people and small businesses don't have to worry at the moment.

    Mar 20, 03:29 AM
    Well it's gotten so bad that the ipods now need an ipod app button! what happened!? i don't even like ios to begin with. and who are you to laugh at this? I'm not going back to threads from 4 years ago to satisfy your laughter thank you. leave the damn apps for the phones or the ipads. I can say im laughing at all the people talking about how "horrible" the click wheel is to use but i don't, i could laugh at all the ppl with the out with the old and in with the new personality but i don't. Capacity is priority and i LOVE the click wheel alright? sorry for quoting you directly but it was me who said that they should leave the gadget business but you seem to have forgotten i meant this for the iPod lineup. i mean look at what the nano has become. a little square. i hate it. it looks like it could be an iWatch.

    no, no. i can see how having an music player that doubles as a portable alarm clock and something to play tetris on in the doctor's office would be terrible. also, if tapping an orange square is really too much for you, there's always the option of leaving the ipod app open all the time.

    at the risk of sparking another tirade, you kind of sound just as short-sighted as you were a decade ago. i mean, you can't really make an imperial argument that apple's shift to touch-screen ipods was a bad idea, because they sell like guinness on st. patrick's day. i truly am sorry that the "evolution of tech" has left you behind though, that must be terrible for you.

    Mar 29, 03:06 PM
    Yep, poor ole' Saddam, just an innocent bystander. :rolleyes: ....So if Saddam was such a baddie, why didn't Bush Sr. finish the job? Oh yeah, they thought he could be controlled after that. :rolleyes:

    In my opinion, the current political leaders have little choice in the current involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. Regardless of the reasons for getting into those conflicts, simply packing up and going home is just irresponsible. A transition of power and a peace keeping force will provide the population with more stability and security; and help change those nations in a democratic fashion rather than leaving a power vacuum in volatile situations.

    Sep 4, 08:00 AM
    This is rather cool. I've put my iPod on eBay, to finish on Sunday 10th, because I'm thinking of getting a Nano, but as it happens it's rather good timing, both to get a good price for it, and for me getting a Nano. First time ever it's worked out like this — a rumour for something I'm getting, so I can be excited about Tuesday. :D

    And if I don't like the new ones, there's always refurbs. :)

    Oct 26, 10:57 AM
    I don't know about the UK, but I believe that they're available now in the US.

    if they're not too pricey i might have to update, although they're gonna have to have more power than the II's, there's a piddly amount of wattage in the sub.

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