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  • blackpond
    Apr 29, 03:49 PM
    Its been my observation that most of the prices on existing content was increased to 1.29. I don't have hard number to back this up, just my observation that most of the content was bumped to the higher price point from being at 0.99 before.

    It's based on demand. If it's still popular its more expensive - no matter how old it is.





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  • Surely
    Sep 13, 02:54 PM
    My girlfriend and I have tried to stop by on a few occasions but it's always enormously packed when we go (our own fault for only being in the area on Friday & Saturday nights) and we end up going to Corner Bar up the street instead. But it's definitely at the top of my to-do-soon list. :)

    The trick is to go early for dinner.

    If it's too lined up, Fionn McCool's next door is fun.





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  • gwangung
    Jul 21, 07:44 PM
    By definition, having alternatives makes Apple NOT a monopoly.

    Really. We have an awful lot of ill-educated people around here who think they know economics....Wayyyyyyy too many people are saying that with a straight face.





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  • PR.
    May 3, 08:00 AM
    It was possible to use the previous 27" as an external display for a MacBook. Can't see any mention of that after a brief scan, and it's a deal-breaker for me. Anyone spot such a feature?



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  • MikeDTyke
    Mar 29, 08:12 AM
    well if its $129 then people would just pay $99 for the mac developer program and get it $30 cheaper

    $79 or less

    You don't get final versions of the software they release in the dev program.

    The Gold master will not get software updates post release date.





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  • JLL
    Apr 1, 03:35 AM
    I thought that the inverse scrolling was a bug, but in Lion Dev Preview 2 it is still there :eek:

    It's user selectable.



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  • kalsta
    Apr 15, 09:57 AM
    Dude,,...... you didn't get rid of the chin....
    You can't mention iMac around here without someone saying.
    I hope they get rid of the chin. :rolleyes::D

    True enough. But if there was no chin, I may as well have drawn an iPad on a stick, and no one would be impressed by that. ;)

    ps. Yes I think a touch screen mac is coming but it seriously needs to be a new product not an iMac. Also needs to be much much smaller and lighter like the iMac gets the Air Treatment with say 17 or 20inch screen. No Stand.

    I'm not really sure what the point would be. If you lay a 17 or 20 inch Mac down on your lap, give it a touch screen, and modify the interface so it's more suited to the less precise input of fingers… haven't you just created a bigger iPad? (Not that a bigger iPad wouldn't have it's uses, but it wouldn't be a Mac, and I'd question whether it would warrant yet another 'marketing name'.

    I suppose it's possible, as many presume, that Apple is looking to merge OS X and iOS, but it's never been that convincing of an argument to me. There are some real incompatibilities between the two in my mind. Many OS X apps demand the precision and unrestricted visibility that a keyboard and mouse give you, but once you're using a keyboard and mouse, the display has moved away from your fingers. A vertical display keeps it within reach, but humans just aren't suited to using a vertical touch screen for more than a few minutes, as Steve Jobs has himself remarked.

    If the future were some kind of OS X / iOS hybrid, why did Apple invent iOS in the first place? Why not just go straight for this touchable OS X Nirvana if it exists? I suspect it doesn't exist, and Apple understood that a usable touchscreen interface has a unique set of requirements, benefits and limitations.

    As for what this 'ix.Mac.MarketingName' is, I actually haven't a clue. It's somewhat intriguing though. It's kind of exciting to think that the inventive minds at Apple might be hatching some new kind of device. A little optimistic maybe, but who knows?





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  • Melrose
    Feb 1, 04:27 AM
    I've lived next door to people like him. If you idolize this man, you have a screw loose.



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  • shawnce
    Dec 1, 02:26 PM
    Maybe it's about time Apple closed the Mac OS kernel? Umm why?





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  • Eraserhead
    Sep 30, 11:56 AM
    wow, how spectacularly awful.

    My phone seems to not accept calls about 5% of the time, and I'm pissed with that.

    I'm waiting for the iPhone price war to reduce the price to be somewhat sensible now there's competition for it.



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  • sinser
    Apr 26, 10:16 AM
    Give me a non glossy display option and I'll buy it!
    Non glossy + 24" would be simply perfect.





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  • basesloaded190
    Apr 11, 03:08 PM
    Ah, so ultimately there will still be 7+ cables, just not connected to the computer itself.

    I think that's the idea. Being able to keep all of those connected when you take your laptop elsewhere and then just having to connect the TB cable when you come back.



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  • diamond.g
    Apr 19, 08:10 AM
    Does this mean that apple plans to enter the tv market?
    Do people have good experiences with apple tv compared with tv of other brands?

    If Apple did enter the TV market, they would most likely re-brand someone else panels. The question is who's panels would they use. I would like the think that Apple would go with Panasonic Viera panels as they are awesome (for plasmas).





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  • appleguy123
    Apr 25, 04:49 PM
    And forget about cheap sandwiches...you're paying double for lapdances!

    But iBlue doesn't have to pay at all!!! :rolleyes:
    What am I going to do? I've got chickens to raise!



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  • -aggie-
    Apr 20, 10:26 PM
    I guess we'll take you. Frankly, at this point we'll take anybody. ;)

    Let�s make sure to vote him off first though. :)

    I think jav is too irritated after the last game to play. I could be wrong.





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  • puma1552
    Nov 16, 11:21 PM
    Aeropostale is NOT related to, owned by or a subsidiary of Abercrombie and Fitch. Thanks.

    So it's just a really crappy company that stands on its own?

    lol.



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  • KnightWRX
    Mar 29, 08:24 AM
    There won't be iPhone 5!

    With an A5 chip and called the iPhone 4S!

    Uh, that would be an iPhone 5. You do realise that 5 is the generation when people talk about iPhone. Apple has yet to name their next device, but whatever real name it will have, it will still be the 5th generation iPhone.

    The one next year would be iPhone 6.





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  • monaarts
    Apr 14, 02:24 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I am going with either universal apps for iOS and Mac or appletv. Nothing else makes sense.





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  • ChrisA
    Nov 4, 12:39 PM
    I'm on a PPC but plan to go MacTel next year when Adobe releases Universal versions of Creative Suite. I have some questions about VMware & Parallels if you don't mind me adding it to the thread:

    1. Do they require Windows partitions, and if so how much disk space is needed?

    2. If a partition is needed, can you run the partition on an external drive so as to free up space on your internal? (I'll be using a MacBook Pro so that's why I ask).

    3. Can anyone tell me anything about syncing a Palm device with Parallels or VMware? In particular I'm wondering how easily (if at all) I could sync my Treo with Windows apps as well as OS X apps. This would be huge to me.

    thx.

    1) Not a partition. The virtual Windows disk lives inside a file on the mac. If your Windows C: drive was 18GB stored on it the Mac OSX file will be 18GB.

    OK with the current VMware produts you can use a real Windows partition if you want. Same with the Windws CD drive. You can map them to the real CD drive or to a disk image file. The default is to map the CD to the real CD and the C: disk to a disk image file (but you could map C: to a real disk if you want)


    2) The file holding the virtual disk can be anyplace, even on a network drive but speed is an issue





    PghLondon
    Apr 28, 03:21 PM
    Is a fact that iPhones can not meet everyones needs some people want smart phones with a full keyboard some want an SD card. People will buy android phones over iPhones because they cater to their needs. I purchased my G2 because I wanted a full keyboard and a fast proccesor. I did not purchase an iPhone because I hate AT&T and I like SD cards and a file system.



    So yeah, you're a geek. Geeks aren't like normal people.





    chrmjenkins
    Apr 22, 02:32 PM
    You get it partly wrong. It's true that Apple is not using special chips. They use some of the chips that all other companies use. But they do not use many of the chips the users would want to have. The reasoning might differ - whether it's the case or the motherboard, but the end result is the same - limited choices. Like no quad core CPUs in laptops before SandyBridge was released (wrong TDP), or sticking with outdated C2P for years.

    Make up your mind. Either they are using the chips now, or they aren't. People were clamoring for mobile quad cores and now they have them. What CPU are they not using now that users want in mobile computers?





    DewGuy1999
    Jan 31, 04:33 PM
    Say hello to Odin...





    SciFrog
    Oct 16, 08:55 PM
    With all of my machines (8) I am pulling 25k ppd. The '09 mac pro 2x2.66 is doing 4-5 min per frame for normal units - I'm afraid to change anything right now so I don't lose momentum.

    You should be able to pull 20k ppd with that machine only with the bigadv units...





    weg
    Jul 12, 05:45 PM
    Sounds a bit like the CEO of Sony when the Xbox was released...lets just hope microsoft doesn't do to this industry leader what it did to Sony

    Hmm.. I think the XBox 360 didn't really have any impact on the sales of the PS2, since these two products don't necessarily compete (the XBox 360 is more a highend product, where PS2 stands for affordable entertainment). However, I believe that the Xbox will pretty much kill the PS3 sales.. if there are two platforms whose power isn't even tickled by currently available games, why buy the more expensive one?

    As for the MicroPod: We've yet to see if Microsoft manages to come up with a simple enough product.



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