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  • ikir
    Nov 4, 03:17 AM
    Imho a stupid way to slow down your system. Enjoy your Mac without a antivirus, just be smart installing software.





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  • jellybean
    May 4, 07:24 PM
    What if you want to do a full erase & restore? Surely they won't require you to burn it to a disc or USB drive, I can't see them expecting "average" users to do that, and wouldn't that be defeating the whole purpose of using the App Store to bypass the need for physical media in the first place?

    I wonder if it somehow partitions the hard drive to make a small partition with a bootable installer on, and then installs Lion onto the larger, primary partition?





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  • zoran
    Aug 2, 04:01 PM
    ??





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  • brijazz
    May 4, 03:40 PM
    Fine. Seems like a logical move, but if Apple wants me to foot part of the bill for distributing their software (via my paid Internet connection) then I certainly expect a significant cut in the cost of the upgrade.

    If you drive to the store to buy it instead, should they pay for your gas?

    If you order it online, should they pay you for the bit of bandwidth that you used up in placing your order?

    Maybe you'll be eco-friendly and walk to the store instead? Bill 'em for new soles on your shoes!

    :rolleyes:





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  • WildCowboy
    Jul 21, 10:05 PM
    Can someone tell me the advantages of the Merom chip?

    More Speed? Less Heat? Improved battery performance?

    http://guides.macrumors.com/Merom

    Intel claims that it will have 20% more performance at the same clock speed when compared to the current Yonah processor.





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  • callme
    Nov 2, 07:48 PM
    There is no reason to put anti-virus software on your Mac!

    It will not protect you from anything that is out there.

    Sophos may be a reputable company or it may not be but you do not need this and it can only harm your system and promote a business that feeds on fear.

    We (the Mac community) should not let the security industry get a toe hold in OSX.

    How wrong you are.
    This software actually protects for more than just viruses, it also removes trojans which HAVE been written for Mac. It also removes Windows viruses that you as a user can still pass on to other people. It removed 3 trojans from my machine, yes they were Windows trojans, BUT I will now not pass them on in emails, etc.

    Be ignorant if you like, but one day soon we will all be caught out.





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  • ~Shard~
    Aug 11, 10:22 AM
    I think to the end user, the difference between Yonah and Merom is minimal.
    ...

    It's a speed bump, if anything.

    Quite incorrect actually. The dfifference is not minimal and this isn't just a "speed bump". If you read up on the Yonah and Merom chip architectures, you'll see that that Merom has significant architectural improvements over Yonah, including a 4MB L2 cache and most notably 64-bit support over Yonah's 32-bit support. This is very significant since Jobs is pushing Leopard and its 64-bit goodness. :cool:





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  • ChrisTX
    Apr 20, 05:25 AM
    Wirelessly posted (iPhone : Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I am happy for this, this means when my upgrade happens, iPhone 6 will be a HUGE one :-)

    The only problem is now your upgrade will be more than the 2 year mark if they decide to bump the iPhone refresh cycle to the fall.





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  • Bonte
    Jul 30, 12:23 PM
    But then the acronym would iPP :D

    Or iPod iPhone - iPiP :)

    www.iphone.org (http://www.iphone.org)





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 2, 01:54 PM
    Ah, you're buying it at that tax-free thing right? This is a nice idea.

    yeah i am. but it's going to be hard just looking at the box all day. and i already have 2GB of RAM here for it as well :o





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  • balamw
    Apr 9, 08:14 PM
    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:

    http://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-pemdas.html

    This.

    It's basically PE(M/D)(A/S).

    B





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  • Cavepainter
    Mar 30, 02:36 PM
    I hardly think $1 for 20 gigabytes of available anywhere storage is very unreasonable.

    Maybe that rate wouldn't be bad, but if you read the article, that's not what they're charging. Beyond the initial free amount, its $1 per 1 gig, not $1 per 20 gigs. A terabyte per year is a thousand dollars a year. That's not too cheap. And this isn't including bandwidth usage, which is gonna cost money too, of course. Plus, what do you think, are these rates and bandwidth usage costs gonna be higher or lower in the future?

    They (banks) aren't storing physical cash somewhere anymore, it's all just a line of electronic code that states what your balance is.

    Well, it actually it still exists as money, but of course banks aren't storing it all in a vault- they're loaning it out to other people, at rates 10 to 100 times greater than the interest rate they are offering you for using that money- and they're using your money to make them money. I'm sure they could loan out money at much lower rates and still do fine, but that's what we're used to paying, so there you go. But anyway, back on track-

    If you want premium content, you pay for it.

    That premium content you're happy to be paying lots of money for is actually making the provider plenty of money on the back end too- remember cable and satellite television still has plenty of advertisements. Again, they could probably charge you a third of what you currently pay and it would still be profitable. (I'm just sayin'...)


    People just think it's ridiculous to spend money on music because avenues have popped up where you can get it for free.

    True, but for me, no, I actually buy my music and support the artists- I just think its ridiculous to buy my music and pay someone else over and over and over again, forever, just to be able listen to it.

    I have 2 computers at home, a laptop, a phone that has storage, a DVR, even my Xbox can store music files..... How nice to be able to visit my parents, or go on vacation, or be at a friend's house, log on to their computer, and have my entire music library instantly available at my fingertips.

    80 gigs of music in a computer's memory doesn't actually "weigh" all that much. You can have all those files right there on your devices right now, unless you have terabytes of things to store. As storage continues to grow on computers, I think you'll find that the prices will be more and more appealing for larger and larger amounts of storage.

    Look, I understand your points, and if you have multiple platforms that need to share and sync enormous amounts of files, that can be a challenge and the cloud would be convenient. But for the amount of music and photography and other files I have and the way I would store it and access it, I personally would rather just have all the files I need right there on my computer at my fingertips without having to pay someone to access it from a remote location. You're certainly free to spend money to access things you already purchased, but its not for me. To each their own.





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  • bousozoku
    Nov 23, 05:14 AM
    I personally don't see why Palm would actually be concerned about an iPhone anyway. It'll be a product targeted towards the consumer market, not the business market.

    Palm's main market these days looks to be corporate, and their main competitor must surely be RIM. If you look at how many corporations (and public bodies, like local councils) are providing their employees with Blackberries, not Treos, that must be concerning for Palm.

    I've never been in the sort of job where my employer would provide me with a Crackberry, but push-email seems to have taken off at a corporate level in a big way.

    Incidentally, I just bought a Treo for my personal organisation and I love it (my last PalmOS device was an IBM C3). I'm sure Apple isn't interested in this though. The first iPhone will integrate the iTunes/phone experience, and also give slightly extended functionality to accessing Address Book. I also predict it'll have some sort of 'menu' button like the Apple Remote

    Well, I've recently heard some speculation about a smart device from Apple to go along with the consumer device and if Palm is hearing the same whispers, I'd think it would be a bit concerning. However, Palm just introduced the Treo 680p, so it may not matter as much, once that has been deployed on various carriers' networks.





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  • 0tim0
    Apr 18, 03:08 PM
    Have you looked at the TouchWiz UI? It's almost identical to iOS - dock at the bottom, pages of icons in a grid and you even remove applications in the same way as you do on the iPhone. I've nothing at all against competition for iOS, but they shouldn't just rip the design off

    http://www.sizzledcore.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Galaxy-S-24-375x500.jpg

    Wow, that does look familiar!

    It looks just like the original Palm UI....

    Maybe HP should sue Samsung instead :rolleyes:

    --t





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  • LegendKillerUK
    Mar 26, 10:49 PM
    that would be your fault for not reading reports

    The word report suggests it was well thought out and documented given actual sources. What you mean to say is rumor.





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  • jlseattle
    Apr 5, 04:09 PM
    The "i" overlords have spoken! "Take it down" (in an classic star trek superior being voice).





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  • MacRumors
    Sep 10, 10:55 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Apple is hosting (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060905144401.shtml) a media event on Tuesday, September 12th 2006 in San Francisco, CA at 10AM Pacific. The event will also be simulcast to a location in London (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/08/20060831122800.shtml) where journalists have also been invited.

    The invitation to the media was entitled It's Showtime (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060905144401.shtml) -- suggesting Movie-related announcements. Rumors sites had originally expected (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060904073025.shtml) iMac updates during the event, but Apple surprised everyone with iMac (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060906091309.shtml) and Mac mini updates (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060906094056.shtml) last week.

    This leaves iPods (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060904073025.shtml), a Movie Store (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060906185220.shtml) and the possibility of a new streaming Media device (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060904194920.shtml) for the Tuesday event.

    As usual, a number of anonymous images have been circulating claiming to represent upcoming products, but these are all considered to be fake. Other circumstantial evidence (http://www.gizmodo.com/gadgets/gadgets/ipods-invisible-in-ads-199610.php) has been reported, but no definitive information on the event.

    As always, MacRumors will provide continuing coverage, however, access to these events have become more restricted, so please contact us (http://mailto:webmaster@macrumors.com?Subject=Showtime Coverage) if you are attending.





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  • andiwm2003
    Aug 7, 02:10 PM
    Pretty impressive specs, aside from the fairly hopeless 7300GT graphics card.

    The internal design - the hard drive slots and the memory - seems particularly well thought out.

    The Mac Pro will be my next computer. Time to configure one and see how much it would cost.


    wow, it took a full three (3) posts till somebody complains about the GPU. that seems to be the only constant thing that survived even the intel transition.:D





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  • Wolfpup
    Nov 11, 09:27 AM
    What if free Antivirus software is designed to help identify security holes, and the best way to infect Mac's wide-scale?

    It couldn't help do that. I mean they only need a single copy of OS X to do that, not millions.

    I've always thought virii has to be engineered under contract by companies making the "solutions" to them, there are far too many virii out there on a daily basis, to such an extent that it has to be developed on a full-time basis with some corporate involvement somewhere.

    There probably are targeted attacks from corporations and governments, but mostly it's organized crime. And no, it's not the people providing protection (except for fake antimalware products, which started becoming common a few years back).

    unless there is money in making them..=]

    There is. That's also why Windows is the primary target of general malware (though that doesn't help you if someone is targeting a specific company or person-they'll attack whatever it is you're running).

    Sorry but any company that feeds fear and paranoia to sell or distribute their wares, needs to brought under check somehow.

    It's not fear and paranoia. Security vulnerabilities are real, and found all the time. And of course when it comes to malware, you don't even need that, social engineering can get it on people's systems too.





    ANTMUZ
    Nov 27, 12:50 PM
    Fantastic - Apple has to make a rugged version with handles! Or even design a few different cases to put the Mac Tablet in!





    chaoticbear
    Apr 11, 08:29 AM
    I've read 2 pages, and that's 2 pages more than I should. I can't parse this in any way other than to answer it as 2; I agree that it is written ambiguously - while a calculator is cold and impersonal, I see it as a numerator of 48 and a denominator of 2(9+3). It's not the 2 camp doing multiplication before division out of some misunderstand of how order of operations works, it's us completing all the operations in the denominator before we solve the fraction. I assume any time I see a division symbol that it takes the place of a bar in traditional handwriting.

    Unfortunately, there's not any way to express this clearly in a single line without some more parentheses. If you presented me with the expression "a/b(c+d)" in any form, I'd parse it the same way every time. If you are intending for the problem to read in such a way to get 288, I'd expect to see "(a/b)(c+d)".





    Hildron101010
    Mar 30, 08:20 PM
    Yes they did. Did you even try it before replying anything?

    Yes I did, it was still grayed out.





    wordoflife
    Apr 10, 11:06 AM
    You cannot distribute the 2 to the parenthesis because its binded by a division sign. You can only distribute if 48 was being added or subtracted from the 2.


    I got 24 * 24. Which is 288. I can't believe how long this thread is. And someone needs to fix the way the Mac does math...
    I can't tell if you are being sarcastic.
    Not so fast, 24*24 is not 288.





    dethmaShine
    May 4, 05:55 PM
    Thank you for making my point for me. Last time I checked you were the one making predictions that Lion was going to be handled in the store exactly like every other app.

    All I am saying is that there is no proof to point either way at the moment. But coming to a conclusion that Lion is going to be handled like every other app is like concluding that the iPhone SDK, when released, was going to be exactly like "web apps" were previously.

    No wonder, making a prediction is such a big crime. :rolleyes:



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