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  • yac_moda
    Jul 17, 02:28 PM
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Padraig
    Don't know how true this is, but if correct demonstrates MS determination to take losses to dominate the market. From Engadget,

    But it gets better. To attract current iPod users Microsoft is going to let you download for free any songs you've already bought from the iTunes Music Store. They'll actually scan iTunes for purchased tracks and then automatically add those to your account. Microsoft will still have to pay the rights-holders for the songs, but they believe it'll be worth it to acquire converts to their new player.


    If this is true, it will allow those considering a switch to be a no brainer.

    Good marketing for Microsoft.

    :eek:

    YAH !!! Great JOBs MS between their new music store, hemorrhaging Box, and brilliant marketing of constantly diluting their installed base with new solutions that don't solve anything and overpriced licensing they will be in the poor house in no time.

    Remember when DELL was a big company, they will simply fade away with a whimper just like DELL did !!! :cool:




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  • Mistrblank
    Apr 12, 09:47 AM
    No.

    Simply because htcSensation is 1.2GHz dual core

    and... and... iphone5 will have lesser RAM than htcSensation.

    Also, Apple is closed and Google is open.

    okthxbai

    And what exactly do you plan to run on that extra horsepower? What effect does it have on battery power.

    Congratulations on being caught up with the sheep in the new CPU clock speed race.




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  • kirk26
    Apr 14, 01:45 PM
    Great, another useless update :rolleyes:

    yea, I know right? I hate it when they fix security issues with their phones. :rolleyes:




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  • FX4568
    Apr 19, 04:27 PM
    I had to finally register to comment on the hypocrisy in this and many other threads like it. Because some people want frame rates for gaming on an MBA, then your needs for GPU performance are valid, and others who don't game but could use CPU performance have invalid needs? Rubbish.

    A perfect example is the above. So the C2D rates as a 100/100 for CPU performance and thus any improvement is useless? Really?! Nice to see that you framed the argument such that any improvement you don't see as needed is useless.

    On Sunday I combined 6 or 8 short 720p video clips into a 7 minute video for YouTube with a simple title screen and transitions. It took the C2D ~40 minutes to process the video and save in a new format. So you're really going to argue that there is nothing to be gained from a significant bump in processor speed?

    For me and many other potential MBA purchasers, a CPU bump from the media processing abilities of the Core i processors would be welcome, and GPU performance over and above the ability to play real-time HD video is useless. We shouldn't be saddled with an out-of-date processor or forced to subsidize "unnecessary" frame rate performance just to appease game-players. And that perspective is as valid as yours.

    Well, I shall say first of all, welcome to the MacRumors forum :) I believe CPU is important to the computer as the GPU is. As current computers are, CPU have set a milestone where most users are not even able to use 100% of the capabilities hidden in such a powerful processor.

    Now, you were complaining I used 100/100 in the CPU analogy? fine, I will change it. CPU will be 90/100 and GPU is 80/100 as the 30% increase in cpu and 30% decrease in gpu, we will see a difference of 117/100 and 56/100. Am I arguing that there will be nothing to be gained from a bump in processor speed? Definitely not! Who doesnt love the little extra power when we need it? Who doesnt want the latest in tech? What im saying is that the downgrading of the GPU outweights the upgrading of the CPU in terms of OVERALL performance.

    Futhermore HT and Turbo dont work 100% of the times.
    For you and many other potential MBA purchasers, a CPU bump will be indeed welcomed. But as of me and the I believe majority of MBA owners and will be owners, the difference of processor speed is negligible to a certain extent, but the performance lack of GPU will be noticed the moment we start using the Macbook Air.

    +1, besides, the 13" MBP + 128GB SSD provide far better value-for-money than any present 13" MBA.

    The cheaper solution, the 11", tells another story but even then anything past the base model comes so close to the price of a 13" MBP+SSD that it's impractical to get a 11" from a performance point of view, especially when it's equipped with the slow 1.4 C2D. The 1.4 i5 will provide far better performance (certainly far more than 40% of speed boost). We will still be able to watch FullHD movies despite the less capable IGP. Games. Don't tell me you want to play WoW on a 11" monitor.

    FX4568 said "We have enough to accomplish our tasks, and any more would be an overkill in the things we need our computer to process.". Overkill means the increased processor speed will not be of any use, or, in other words, useless.

    You are comparing a cheaper price point by bringing a 128 SSD into the game. You must understand that even though many people have to choose between the 13 MBA and 13 MBP, both of them are made for a different purpose. You can play WoW on a 11" monitor. Why do you chain your MBA to tasks that you only think it will be able to accomplish.

    Okay, sorry about my lack of further explanation, but I dont want this to sound personal, but what you are doing is taking my statement to a whole different level. I would like to infer that your intelligence would be above the mark where I dont have to expand on every single statement that I say. When I say that the C2D is enough to accomplish tasks, I am saying that it is good enough for the higher than average person. Handbrakers of course will face a time difference on the processor speed, but as many of us know, not everyone uses Handbrake, and if we do, it is not something we do daily. Processor speed is always welcome, but at the sacrifice of GPU from 320m to the Intel GPU is the difference between the ability to play Crysis on 19.3 FPS at Medium settings and not be able to playing it at all while the performance increase in CPU is the difference between 10-30 minutes in Handbrake.



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  • fireshot91
    Dec 29, 05:07 PM
    Jesus Christ...she basically ate a whole 8th grader in one sitting...:eek:

    Ew.

    I wish I could eat that much without gaining weight...lol.

    Ah, I really love food <3.




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  • puckhead193
    Nov 1, 01:38 PM
    I've also come to the conclusion that I *want* a D7000 to replace my extremely old, 6 month old D90 :D



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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 13, 03:07 PM
    Id love to see a new standard for "HD". 1440p would be nice...but current media would have to catch up. That said, I dont think Apple could make a cost effective television. Sorry, but theyd sell a 42inch TV for 2000.000 easy.

    Are you kidding Sony sells that Apple would make it a unibody aluminum tv and price it 5000 easy.:eek:

    It would sport of course Airplay and Retinal on a 60" model in other words 4K TV for the masses. :-P




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  • mikeschmeee
    Apr 13, 12:06 PM
    Sorry posted wrong picture! I will edit in a minute



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  • firewood
    Apr 23, 01:32 PM
    Nope. I see every issue from the consumer perspective - as I should (being a consumer). Any other perspective would be an abomination (unless for those who hold tons of AAPL shares).

    One only need to hold a few Apple shares for the value of those shares (or just the increase since the iPhone was introduced) to easily out-weigh the purchase price of most Apple products. Even a tiny percentage in some diversified fund in your or your parents 401K or IRA might add up to that.

    As a consumer of a product for which I have additional expenses (for apps), I am concerned with the long term prospects of the company, so that that product will have long term support and a healthy upgrade path. Witness what happened to PalmPilots when the company couldn't keep up (all those PalmOS apps I purchased are now worthless).




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  • kevink2
    Apr 13, 06:09 PM
    I guess I just don't see the benefit of an Apple TV. Unless they come up with an easy to perform hardware upgrade path.

    People generally buy TVs for longer terms. I know I would be upset if my TV can't make it 10 years.



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  • BruiserBear
    May 3, 11:42 PM
    pfft, this should not be front page news, hell not even second page... just a bunch of hearsay from a CR that knows nothing about it and speculates BS.

    It's funny that it was reported and it's funny seeing people treat it as credible.




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  • phillipduran
    Nov 11, 07:52 AM
    Hey Apple - ya think your user base might be interested in Flash??

    Lol.

    Yeah, you know what's best for us users though - so we should be elated that you are resisting support for it tooth and nail.

    OR, tell the web designers that iPhone users are interested in their videos and they need to stop using flash.:rolleyes:



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  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Mar 16, 08:06 AM
    So pissed right now. So pissed.

    FWIW there's 20 people in line at Brea. I'm number 9 now.




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  • Ivan P
    Jun 6, 11:08 AM
    Nothing as serious as a $1k purchase, but my (almost) two year old purchased an album from iTunes, by accident, on my iPad last week. I used the "report a concern" link that was on my receipt to report the problem. I got an email from an Apple rep the next day saying that they would give me a refund, but it would be a "one time exception."

    From email:

    Please note that the iTunes Store Terms of Sale state that all sales are final, so this is a one-time exception.

    The best way to avoid unintentional purchases is to use the Shopping Cart. That way, you can consolidate and review your selections carefully and buy them when you're ready. Here's how to use the Shopping Cart:

    http://www.info.apple.com/kbnum/n93017

    I've come across a way to get a refund without saying it was an accidental purpose, although in my two cases it was an actual error with the store that led to it. On two occasions I purchased some albums and it took my money, but the songs themselves refused to download and wouldn't even show up in my 'Available Downloads'. I had the receipt and they were added to my history, and after a few emails back and forth with store support (who were actually quite apologetic, for Apple) I got a refund. Then a few weeks later, randomly, the albums started downloading. Very weird situation, but I guess something went buggy briefly when I submitted my purchases - and I'm only posting this in case someone accidentally purchases stuff in the future, it seems that doing that is more likely to result in Apple issuing you your refund.



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  • aafuss1
    Aug 16, 04:19 AM
    FireFox already lets you drag tabs around-why not Safari?

    And with phishing-a phishing filterl, like in IE7 would be good to have for .Mac users in Safari.

    Mail already has a phishing filter you will see a pop-up that shows you the actual URL that you will be taken to.




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  • TheDrift-
    Apr 9, 10:43 AM
    A lovely day in Lincolnshire, C & C Welcome

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  • twcbc
    May 4, 07:01 AM
    Let's be clear... "Android" is an OS from Google that you can find on dozens of phones from many manufacturers.

    Apple knows they can't compete with that. And they're not. Marketshare is not a goal. For instance... Android has more marketshare... now what?

    It's Mac vs Windows all over again. Windows is crushing Macs 10 to 1. Dell and HP have sales that dwarf the Mac. But is Apple really in trouble with the Mac?


    Market share matters, even for Apple.



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  • menziep
    Aug 15, 09:54 AM
    NiceFeatures!




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  • bbarnhart
    Oct 19, 01:44 PM
    Apple hasn't done that well over the last year.

    It has done great over the last 6 - 7 years but it has been fairly static over the last year or so.

    In fact last year in January it was higher than it is right now.

    I'd say a +40% increase in stock price from Oct 19, 2005 to Oct 19, 2006 is doing pretty well.




    ThaDoggg
    Jan 28, 09:22 AM
    yeah im behind the times.

    Awesome game...too bad I don't have time to play it anymore.




    cvaldes
    Apr 14, 01:07 PM
    When is the Verizon iPhone going to get the 4.3 love?
    Probably never.

    The most likely scenario would be reunification between the UTMS/GSM and CDMA software in iOS 4.4 or definitely iOS 5.

    It appears that Apple forked the 4.2 code for the CDMA iPhone and there's no clean way to reincorporate those changes into the 4.3 branch.




    AndyR
    Nov 6, 02:16 AM
    No I've been waiting for VM to get their butt in gear to launch Workstation. Parallels was simply a work around, a crappy one at that, until I could get VMWare. There is simply no way in heck I'm spending $80 on a piece of software that can crash my system. And before someone tells me to use Bootcamp. Yah right. Advanced Power Management does not work right under Bootcamp even with the latest version. When Parallels starts making a product that
    1. Doesn't crash\freeze my system
    2. Doesn't require me to force quite the application once every couple of weeks because the progress bar when I'm suspending a session has stalled.
    3. Doesn't have sharing between folders that takes a good 5 seconds to parse the files and doesn't drop a file mapping in your file explorer.
    4. Doesn't have the world's crappiest networking passthrough. I can't count how many times I've gone from one network to another to another and had it get confused telling me I might have limited network connectivity. So I need to repair the connection.

    Parallels sucks but until now its been the only REAL game in town. Boo hoo I'm not paying for an app that IMHO is half baked to begin with. :rolleyes: At least I'm not outright going in search of a seral number and pirating the thing. Again its a tide me over until VM gets their butt in gear and releases this thing.

    Dude, your doing something totally wrong. I've got Parallels running a 1.83ghz , 1gb MacBook and its pretty much instant at everything! Never hung on me every, suspending takes only a few seconds, likewise from resume. Sharing of files is instant, well no differenace than working on it nativly.

    I have XP SP2, Office Sage, Visio, Project, Money and Autoroute all running and never have any probs.

    Your doing somat wrong mate.




    danderton
    May 4, 09:06 AM
    a friend of mine was also told this by Orange UK. i put it down to a dodgy sales pitch in wanting her to upgrade to iphone4....




    macinhand
    Apr 14, 05:33 PM
    For anyone with multitasking gestures enabled, is it me or has the animation for when you use four fingers to swipe left or right to switch between apps changed?

    When you activate the app switch, the page drops back and the different apps are separated, then zooms back out on release? i thought the last one was a continuous image with no separation?

    Please ignore me if it was the same!



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