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  • gkarris
    Apr 23, 05:18 PM
    Am I the only one who loves looking at high res high quality icons? I feel a bit sad over here. :p

    Yes, but they're so big.

    You'd only be able to fit, like, one icon on the screen... :eek:


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  • digitalbiker
    Aug 11, 03:22 PM
    I find it incredibly hard to believe that Apple intends to maintain the closeness in specs that are currently present between the MacBook Pro and MacBook. It makes more sense for Apple to move the MBP to the Core2 Duo and leave the MacBook to the Yonah. This leaves two more speed bumps for the MacBook. First 10 2.16, then to 2.33, all the while leaving the MBP time to advance with the Merom so it can gain momentum against the MacBook.

    I also think Apple will leave the MB with Yonah. They will want product differentiation and price differentiation.

    So I think they will drop the price to <$1000.00 for MB and re-design MBP to provide enhancements similar to MB but with faster Merom CPU's and higher price than MB.

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  • DavidLeblond
    May 4, 03:10 PM
    So why sell it in the App Store?

    Apple isn't a poor company, the Apple Store (the website) has been able to sell digital software for years. They could set up a very sophisticated method for selling Mac OS X to people without using the App Store.

    If I was Apple, I'd sell (through their website) a licence for Mac OS X. You'd download a small App, which would give you the option to either install it to the computer you were on right then or to create a DVD or USB key which could also be used to install the OS. This App would then download the appropriate files and continue the install/make the DVD.

    Maybe they want to consolidate onto the app store, who knows. I was just pointing out that OS X Lion clearly doesn't follow the "rules" of an app, so therefore Apple is open to doing whatever they want with the licensing.

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  • Wolfpup
    Jan 12, 10:56 AM
    It's not ignorant at all.

    Yes, a handful do, and they can be easily avoided with a reasonable dose of common sense.

    That's true, but it's true of Windows too. If you're sensible, you probably won't get infected. But given these things have no real overhead, and there is a real risk, it's just sensible to use it.

    There is no problem running on an admin account, if you're even moderately aware of what you're doing.

    It still prompts if something's trying to use your admin/root privileges, right?

    The market share myth is ridiculous and has no basis in fact.

    Of course it does. A quick Google finds multiple Mac hackers saying that actually OS X is easier to hack. Market value of doing so or effort required to hit a much smaller target are the reasons cited for generally not bothering.

    You already know Apple's software has exploits too, if you've ever run any Apple software and not disabled updates.

    This is just the reality of the modern world-our computers are connected. Our software is insanely complex. Put the two together, and you end up with all sorts of issues being discovered.

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  • kirk26
    Aug 3, 12:17 PM
    New thread for a new rumor? Page 1 or 2? :D

    Yes, It's about time MacRumors puts rumors on the front page. This has been misguided as of late.

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  • shervieux
    May 8, 10:15 PM
    This is easy to see

    MobilMe Becomes Free

    MobilMe gets laden with 1Ads

    All part of the Apple strategy

    I would be happy to keep paying $99/year for adfree Mobilme

    I agree with that. I would keep paying $99 a year for no ads. I am a Christian Minister and the last thing I want is ads on my website. I once belonged to a church that opted for free web hosting. They immediately cancelled when ads for beer, sports illustrated swimsuit, and playboy started appearing in banners.

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  • Maury
    Mar 31, 09:16 AM
    I had a nasty feeling then it would mark the decline of Apples great computers & here we are.

    Yes, here we are, with the best computer lineup ever, best sales ever, and best OS ever.

    The sky is falling!

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  • elppa
    May 7, 05:41 PM
    I think Apple is doing this not because of the Mac but because of Android. They want to give iPhone customers the services Google gives them for free when they get an Android phone � push email, contacts, calendars and photos. Apple can't afford to leave any stone unturned in the market share race with Google.

    I guess I am the only one that remembers that it started out as a free service. Before it was .Mac it was called iTools and it was free. It was a benefit of being a part of the Mac community.

    No, you're not alone.

    I've had an account since iTools.

    I'd argue it was more sophisticated (relative to the competition) back then. In 2000 WebDav online disk and IMAP mail were something to crow about. Now everyone offers IMAP at least.

    Yes, but a la Google works. MobileMe is crap. So if they make it free then you'd either get free crap without ads, or free stuff that works with ads. Seems fair.

    I willing to bet good money MobileMe Email has higher uptime than Google Mail in the last year.

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  • cvaldes
    Mar 30, 05:49 PM
    So I guess that Gold Master rumor was wrong.

    At least 95% of rumors posted here and other Apple-related forums end up being wrong.

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  • kalsta
    May 5, 09:01 AM
    "If you have a stick that is 3' 7 13/16" and need to divide it into 3 equal sections, what is the length of the each section to the nearest 1/64 inch?" as opposed to "If you have a stick that 1233 mm long....." - and no, I didn't check to see if they are the same

    I'd use a calculator in either example, so it's a moot point.

    Out of interest, how would you enter (3' 7 13/16") / 3 into a standard calculator? That would be a nightmare I would think, and quite prone to errors. 1233 / 3 is pretty easy!

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  • ipxmbx
    Apr 7, 12:26 PM
    Haters gonna hate.
    Just because someone brings up a counterpoint does not make them a hater.

    When you use adolescent name calling it kills your image, and destroys your credibility.

    A limited vocabulary reveals many things. Anyone can call others names, it doesn't prove a thing.

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  • NebulaClash
    Apr 25, 10:18 AM
    .What people are looking? The press? The "journalistic" dingbats of today couldn't do an expose on how to break out of a wet paper bag if their life depended on it. The brilliant politicians?! They don't know squat and are only as informed as (in this case, Apple), their source lets them be. Otherwise they know squat! ../

    Politicians and reporters? Why would you think they would be the ones to investigate it? No, I was talking about computer folks, hackers, jailbreakers, all the people who love to take Apple's stuff apart. It would be an enourmous coup to be able to prove this info is being transmitted back to Apple. You'd have every news organization reporting your findings.

    Yet it does not happen. Because no one can find any evidence that anything Steve said is wrong.

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  • maelstromr
    Apr 5, 03:26 PM
    I'm fine leaving my phone un-jal broken. But I think Toyota and other companies should cater to the jail broken community too. Its understandable that Apple would ask. But hopefully it doesn't go beyond asking.

    Something tells me "jail broken community" grossly overstates the size of this segment of the population.

    Mega corporation A asks Mega corporation T to stop messing with a key product outside the terms of use and Mega corporation T is more interested in having good ongoing relations with a potential major technology partner than it is in five anti-conformist iconoclasts. File this in not really news.

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  • spazzcat
    Mar 29, 09:03 AM
    At least it works on the market leading platform. ;)

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  • MattSepeta
    Apr 14, 04:17 PM
    I never thought I'd see the day, but I agree with you. Everyone has to see a tax increase in order to solve the budget problems.

    The non-tax accountant part of me (the tax accountant part of me wants the tax code as complicated as humanly possible) would love it if the corporate tax code was simplified and the tax rates reduced so that corporations actually paid taxes in line with other nations - we'd still probably see more revenue even with the decreased rates because the base would be broadened and corporations would actually pay. We should probably broaden the tax base for individuals by eliminating deductions and then eliminate the Bush tax cuts for everyone (which will increase tax rates across the board, more so at the upper two brackets). I'm not opposed to adding a VAT with a low rate either.

    I'd like to see plenty of spending cuts too - stop the three wasteful and pointless wars we are fighting would be a great start, then cut defense spending. Like it or not, I think we need to acknowledge that social security needs changes - a decrease in benefits and removing the limit on payroll taxes for social security would be a good start.

    But then again, I'm a moderate (though I am generally fiscally libertarian) and I understand the urgency with which we need to eliminate our deficit and decrease our national debt. I don't have much hope for any of this happening, since neither side can seem to acknowledge that we need a combo of what they both propose.

    Spot on. If we are going to raise taxes we should raise them on EVERYBODY. I would gladly take a hit if everyone else was going to.

    We should also cut spending across the board. Cut spending on EVERYTHING.

    No singling anybody/thing out, no exempting anybody/anything.

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  • Funkymonk
    Apr 26, 03:54 PM
    In for the unwarranted android hate even though it's a personal choice and impacts our personal lives in no way! :p

    those android using smug filthy bastards. we should get together and put them in camps of some kind and reeducate them of the greatness of iphones and terminate the ones who don't oblige to our views :D

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  • b!temark
    May 4, 03:43 PM
    It's good to see the debate on the best delivery mechanism for large software releases such as this; there are clearly benefits for Apple to push it through the infrastructure they already have in place.

    In my opinion, this is just another nail in the coffin for Apple resellers. Not content with giving single-digit margins on hardware, Apple is now actively removing another method of generating revenue. Software has better reseller margins (~15-20%) than hardware, but Apple's progress with the App store has seen key applications (iWork, iLife) on there for a substantial discount.

    There are no reseller/affiliate arrangements for the App store, and resellers can't compete with their discount offerings (as Apple set both wholesale and retail pricing). As a result, resellers business will be affected, and continue to be affected if they continue down this path.


    *Disclaimer: I'm an Apple reseller

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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 9, 08:07 PM
    Which orifice did you pull the "*" from??? :p

    The answer is 2, not 288 (it can't be that)

    Following PEMDAS (Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction):


    2 is the final answer.

    As I stated above, you are missing an Important rule of pemdas. When you get to multiplication/division or addition/subtraction, you go left to right. So: 48/2 is 24. And 24 *12 is 288. If u don't believe me, just google pemdas and u get the rules:

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  • adbe
    Apr 5, 01:43 PM
    That takes some balls.

    You might well think that if you didn't bother to read the article.

    May 3, 12:56 PM
    Too involved for me at this moment. I'll pass; although I have to admit the game sounds pretty interesting. RPG FTW!

    Aug 7, 04:22 PM
    Heres a funny idea, dont put words in peoples mouths. Why do you just assume people dont want a mini because they want to play games? And who the hell do you think you are thinking people want PCI slots only to never use them? Instead of acting like some rich pompous ass you could actually listen to what people need and not assume things based on your secluded little fantasy world where everything is wrong unless it revolves around you. There are a lot of 2D designers/artists, iMacs are not suffecient for obvious reasons and Mac Minis arent either, a Mac Pro is their only option and its a HUGE waste of power and money. Anyone who thinks a quad Xeon will somehow help a 2D worker in Photoshop is an idiot, Photoshop/Illustrator has been absolutely fine for years as long as you have enough ram. The fact is that Apple gave no option for a reasonable proffessional computer, they only gave us an extravagent workstation more suited for professional 3D and video editting. Why the hell should people have to pay several hundred dollars more for things they wont use? Before you run your mouth you need to think about what OTHER people need rather than whatever grand delusions youve come up with about yourself.

    i completely disagree that it's a waste of money for 2d folks.

    stability and increased speed of being able to do things faster and smarter, saves ppl time and that means saves them money and helps them earn more. anyone in that biz, who doesn't want to spend a couple of extra hundred dollars for those reasons which unfortunately don't have an 'upfront' price tag, should rethink their career path.

    i can't put a number to it, but i know i save plenty of time working on my macs compared to my pc. things just work faster, smarter and they rarely crash on my macs. now, when i work on my pc...i scream at it..."Why won't you do this!!!! or that!!!! or i hit the wrong keys expecting expose to kick in...instead of i have to click a window there..and there.. etc. .etc..

    those are intangibles which people forget. they are truly important.

    Aug 11, 09:56 PM
    my little brother has some crappy paper-thin sharp laptop that was given to him. like ten gigs, no cd drive, it gets the job done. i might use that until the release of Merom. its funny cause everyone has already bought their laptops for school. so oblivious, so sad. "good things come to those who wait."

    Apr 18, 04:08 PM
    Obviously you mean Samsung is biting the hand that feeds them as they are ripping off their biggest screen component customer.

    You are right it is dumb for Samsung to have done that, and I am sure the people who run the screen business are pissed as hell at the idiots in the cell phone and tablet division who pissed off their best customer.

    I think they are all adults, and they keep these things very separate. If someone said to their colleagues in another department "don't buy screens from Samsung, we are involved in a lawsuit" or "don't sell screens to Apple, we are involved in a lawsuit", the answer would be "are you mad? They are our best supplier, I don't care about any lawsuit" or "are you mad? They are our best customer, I don't care about any lawsuit".

    Indeed. Apple spends less on R&D than many of their competitors.

    1. It is not what you spend that matters, it is what you results you get.
    2. How efficient is the money spent? Apple brutally cut R&D on stuff that doesn't turn into products.
    3. A lot depends on how you classify your cost, which in turn depends a lot on your tax laws.

    Apr 20, 08:28 AM
    I think the iphone 5 will be a minor upgrade. If you are fine with the processor in iphone 4 and in the middle of a contact, then its probably better to wait for iphone 6.

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