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  • daneoni
    May 1, 11:04 PM
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q04a3trBs6Y

    Thank you!

    Once again, The Internet > 'major' news sites





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  • kiwi-in-uk
    Jul 12, 08:33 PM
    1) New>Project Gallery
    2) Click on the New Pane on top.
    3) Choose Business Forms.
    4) Choose Brochure.
    5) Choose a template that doesn't suck.
    6) Wonder why brochures are listed under Business Forms.
    7) Pray that you don't need more than a 6-column brochure on one double sided-sheet of paper.


    Yep, yep, I figured that bit out. I was looking for the flexible page/quadrant stuff - to print in "booklet" form, for example. It aint in Word for Mac.

    WHAT?!! YOU MEAN YOU STARTED FLAMING ...




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  • dexthageek
    Apr 14, 08:31 AM
    What will Apple offer that other manufactures can't?

    A robust and thriving App Store.

    The App Store will legitimize the Apple TV set.

    I would go so far as to suggest the reason we don't have an App Store on the current Apple TV is because Apple is saving it as the compelling reason to buy an entire TV set.

    Apple doesn't have to provide the reasons to buy the Apple TV set. Developers will do that for them. In the hundreds of thousands.

    Pretty soon you won't be switching channels. You'll be switching apps.

    My 2 cents.

    Apple already has the ability to provide this by using :apple:TV2. Even when priced at $99 Apple is making money on each unit sold. And a software update can easily add support for iOS apps. I simply do not see Apple releasing their own Television when they can simply offer a new service on existing devices.





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  • FX4568
    Apr 19, 04:54 PM
    These are all random/nonsensical figures you've made up FX4568. Outside of gaming, there are prescious few apps that will be affected by a 30% decrease in GPU.

    This will be even more true as Apple becomes better at optimising for Grand Central dispatch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Central_Dispatch). As an example the new Final Cut Pro X is said to optimise and scale well across all sizes of systems. I'd expect a much faster processor to 'soak up' the GPU drop in this instance.

    No. Outside of gaming, a larger proportion of processing is done in the CPU than the GPU, and improving the CPU will yield greater benefits.

    You can only really talk for yourself and others in this thread that subscribe to that opinion. What evidence to you have that the majority would notice?

    I would expect that most MBA owners aren't hardcore gamers - it's just not that sort of machine. Medium power graphic uses, like productivity apps or watching movies wouldn't be noticeably impacted.

    Of course, I don't have any figures to back up that belief either. ;)

    Well, I wish I had a program to back up such GPU CPU usage, but I do not, so whether you believe my point is up to you.

    I have NO idea as of how GCD affects GPU. The only thing that my mind connected the GDP to a GPU is when the GPU has an Open CL, Open CL is like GDP but not quite. GDP can be summarized as "GCD lifts the programmer from the burden of dealing with shared memory, threads, locks and semaphores which usually results in a great amount of pain." GCD does not direct GPU burden into the CPU. If it did, why doesnt Apple further continue on this technology? Wouldn't it be more efficient to Apple to develop this technology so far that GPUs are obsolete and instead of placing GPUs in a system, they could use extra battery? or extra RAM? GDP only takes advantage of multi core systems, but it certainly does not take the burden of GPU.
    If it does, I would honestly like to know, as knowledge is always good.

    Yea, I see the point where you are coming from. Neither of us know whether or not MBA owners have bought it for mild gaming or not, but hardcore gamers are certainly not in the radar of MBA buyers. But do not confuse hardcore gamers with games that tend to fall in the "hardcores." Almost all games could be run in MBA, of course few of them wont. But as of 90% of games, the 320M will. Again, do I have numbers to back it up? I certainly dont, but there was a chart somewhere that compared over 30 games with 320m and Intel 3000HD used in MBP 13", and the 13" could play less than the 320m ones. Why do I keep up bringing games as GPU comparisons? Because as my lack of knowledge shows, games are the ones that stress the most out of GPUs in my usage.



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  • GregAndonian
    Apr 15, 02:12 AM
    Wow! First a 64-bit version of Final Cut, and now this! What's next- the PowerBook G5? ;):D





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  • randyoo
    Apr 14, 08:35 PM
    Are people firing up their lawyers because Apple does not update their iPhone 3G that came with iOS 3 when they bought it in june 2010 ? Doesn't the licence flyer in the box say Apple will supply the current iOS version +1 ?

    Disclaimer: I don't use an iPhone 3G, but I have plenty of friends who do.

    It's a shame that Apple isn't at least back-porting security fixes for 3G users. No new features, just security fixes. (although that new version of WebKit would probably give them a nice speed-boost, too!)

    There are still plenty of iPhone 3G users under warranty. Maybe if they start getting hacked (by simply navigating to a "wrong" website), and Apple has to replace their phones, something might change... Meh, who am I kidding? They would still simply weigh the number of phones they'd need to replace against the number of sales they might lose by providing updates, and go with whatever makes them the most money, just like Ford execs figured it would be cheaper to pay out victims of the Pinto's tendency to go up in flames from minor accidents, rather than pay for a redesign.

    I hated to see support dropped for iPhone 3G, because that means my (and my wife's) 3GS is next on the chopping block. Now, it's just a matter of waiting for the axe to drop...



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  • saxofunk
    Apr 22, 04:47 PM
    Obviously, Joshua has never seen the internals of the iPhone 4. The camera has been progressively getting bigger since the 3G. The iPhone 4's camera is relatively huge and boxy. It couldn't possibly fit inside this design, which is why the iPod Touch has a much lower quality one. Unless the iPhone 5's camera is expected to be only for FaceTime (like iPod Touch and iPad 2) there is no way. I believe this is a major reason the iPhone 4 got a boxier design, to squeeze in as much as possible (read: battery) and keep the rear camera in the corner (since it couldn't fit behind the receiver speaker and/or front camera in the middle).

    Plus the track record is poor. Joshua and Arn are just looking for hits.





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  • zachkolk
    Apr 23, 07:10 PM
    I don't believe this. Why would Apple waste money on a carrier that has just been bought?



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  • KingYaba
    Jun 7, 03:51 AM
    I think gettin' a head start on the bar exam would be a great use of that kid's time. He could be our next Supreme Court justice. :p





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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 28, 04:26 PM
    First, the volume switch issue, then this. I feel sorry for case manufacturers. What a nightmare.

    Oh shucks, people have to buy all new cases to fit this slightly varied iphone.

    Bill, I guess open another vault for all the extra money. We just ain't got no more places to put it.



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  • arn
    Apr 28, 04:45 PM
    another confirmation from the Tipb.com editor

    http://twitter.com/#!/reneritchie/status/63718878731190272
    Yes, white iPhone *slightly* thicker. Tighter in several cases.





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  • lordonuthin
    Nov 27, 02:49 PM
    are you running the console version? most people around here usually run that (i think) in terminal. that's what i do. and i'd advise that for you as well. that way, you just add "-bigadv" in the terminal command.

    but i think you can do it in the other version as well. basically yes, all you need to add is "-bigadv"

    You may need to set the unit size in config to "big", it wont take bigadv units if it is set to normal.



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  • EazyWeazy3
    Jan 25, 09:00 PM
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  • bboucher790
    Apr 22, 11:40 AM
    All I want is a reliable, fast, 3G network. I don't feel like paying more $$ per month. I'm totally satisfied with 2mbit speeds (on a mobile device). ATT's inconsistency, however, sucks.

    And Verizon's 3G network is too slow, so yea.



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  • Laird Knox
    Apr 28, 12:24 PM
    They can always try.
    Please can we have some rumors abour iOS5 maybe?

    Quick, somebody make up some rumors for the man. ;)





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  • Zunjine
    Apr 28, 11:49 AM
    I think the idea of winning and losing here is far more subtle than can be expressed in terms of market share or sales figures. The mobile OS arena is likely to mature into a three player game; Android and WinMob will take the largest user bases - I don't think any analyst would disagree with this. There is no way that Apple's model can compete on absolute sales to the multi-device approach of their competition. But that's only a tiny part of the picture.

    Look at the personal computer space. See how much money Apple makes with a fraction of the worldwide install base of Windows? If Apple can hold onto 15-20% of the mobile OS market (which I think they will) they will be the most profitable of any of the players in the game by a massive margin. What's more they are likely to hold on to the upper end of the demographic, just as they do in personal computers. Their customers will be high earners who will buy music and apps and other content. They'll be invested in the ecosystem in a way which Android users will not be.

    Right now Apple is a huge player in the smartphone business, the only player worth talking about in the tablet game and makes more money from selling personal computers than anyone out there. They own the OS and the hardware and they have placed themselves at the centre of the software ecosystem. This is an integrated approach which no one else offers. This makes them unique. No one competes with Apple because no one else does what Apple does. I don't think Jobs and co. will be weeping into their skinny lattes at the growth of Android or their market share dipping. They'll be too busy counting the money - same as their software partners who are making more from iOS development than all the other platforms put together.

    The future is bright. We consumers now have three top notch mobile OS options and dozens of great pieces of hardware. RIM will go bye-bye soon I fear - WinMob will kill them off. But we're the winners and we have a lot to thank Apple for. I worked in the mobile industry for years and I remember what passed for a smartphone before iPhone. We're living in a future dreamland compared to the crap that came before and that's massively down to Apple raising the bar. Apple wins, Android wins, MS wins and we win. Be happy people.



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  • Acerone
    Apr 13, 07:36 PM
    You can have this white news. For me it's all about the iPhone 5.





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  • Eriden
    Mar 16, 02:05 PM
    First off...Eriden nice meeting you today, sir! Was a fun morning less the disappointment of neither of us getting our desired model.

    Brea had a 105 year old mall cop who yelled at some kids sitting in the middle of the floor. I'm almost positive he called for backup. Haha

    Just ordered mine online. At least have one in the pipeline. And hey...it is getting shipped to Mass so I'll save $20 on sales tax :)

    It was good meeting you too! Hopefully we won't have to wait the whole 4-5 weeks. I'd be back at the crack of dawn tomorrow, but I'm up against deadlines for work projects.

    And that mall cop was hilarious. He probably hasn't felt relevant in 30 years. Getting to glare at mallgoers and check in with his supervisors probably made his day.





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  • Mystikal
    Mar 16, 08:51 AM
    Good luck people! Seems like people heard about yesterday and got in line even earlier.





    Full of Win
    Apr 22, 06:01 PM
    What features would those be, smart guy?

    Inductive charging via the Touchstone base.

    http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/palm_touchstone_pre.jpg





    PBF
    Apr 14, 12:34 AM
    Not to be nit-picky, but "death grip" was "Antennagate" -- what's the "etc" part you mean? It's like you wanted to create a list of Apple problems, so you mentioned the one biggee TWO DIFFERNT WAYS and then stuck on "etc" to make is seem like oddles and oddles of problems ... Like we wouldn't notice! Ha! :D didn't fool me!
    You must be a teacher at school or something. LOL

    I did laugh at your post. :D





    mcdj
    Apr 14, 02:46 PM
    I just updated mine and there is a noticeable difference in speed with this update. It is much faster in opening applications and text messages.

    as is usually the case after a reboot.





    diamond.g
    Apr 12, 10:01 AM
    Boo! I didn't know it "required" a connection between the GPU and PCIe. I don't see the reasoning behind a direct connection to the GPU, anyone (not an engineer here)? I also agree, that for the sake of data connectivity, a PCIe card would be a realistic expectation. I certainly wouldn't be bothered with another connection, especially if that connection would eventually be the primary connection to my external devices ("Light Peak"/"ThunderBolt" does allow for daisy chaining?).

    Because it uses mDP for the connection. It would be confusing to users to have a data only port that looks like their video port (of course this really only affect Macs since most PC's come with DVI/HDMI...)





    Beaverman3001
    Apr 17, 07:49 PM
    Thunderbolt would be a killer feature for this machine - and would open up a whole load of expansion options.

    Sonnet are marketing a load of interesting accessories, from Gigabit ethernet and FW800 adapters, to RAID arrays, to full-size PCIe expansion card housings, all of which can connect via Thunderbolt.

    Those CPUs are pretty fast. For everyone except gamers it should be a nice machine.

    Those PCIe housings could make for external graphics that don't suck. Whether that is practical at all is another story.



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