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  • lilcosco08
    Mar 26, 10:01 AM
    Already have my black preorder

    Now to wait until midnight.

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  • freakonguitar
    Sep 19, 08:49 PM
    what the heck!!?? my dvd drive and secondary drive won't open and aren't reconized at ALL now!!!!???:mad: :confused:

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  • kingdonk
    Feb 28, 07:45 PM

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  • definitive
    Apr 21, 12:58 PM
    maybe this was one of the phones that was shown in a video a few days ago? the phone was white, and had around 64gigs of storage with a modified version of ios...

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  • Chip NoVaMac
    Dec 9, 11:41 PM
    RIP Elizabeth Edwards... you deserve the rest from your fight...

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  • shigzeo
    Nov 12, 11:04 AM
    どうもマックです。   - Nice to meet you, I'm a Mac.

    今日はパソコンです。 - Hi, I'm a PC.

    っオ、iPod、何聞いてる  - Oh, an iPod, what are you listening to?

    Eurobeat. - Eurobeat.

    Eurobeat? - Eurobeat?

    いいですよねiPod. iTunesは使いやすいし、Podcastも楽しみだし。 - iPods are great. iTunes is easy to use, and I can look forward to my Podcasts.

    マックなら、iPodと同じぐらい簡単に写真やムービを楽しめる。iLifeが付いてるよ。 - You know, for a mac, we enjoy things with pictures and movies just as easily as using an iPod. I come with iLife.

    へ〜iLife。私もクールなソフトが色々付いてますよ。 - Oh, iLife? I also come with all kinds of cool software.

    オ〜例えば。  - Oh, for example?

    計算器。    - Calculator.

    後は?     - What else?

    時計。 - Clock.

    今日はパソコンです doesn't make much sense, sure that is what he said? kyo ha pasokon desu? hmmm...

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  • Sharky II
    Sep 25, 10:45 AM
    Which cameras in particular. It already supports all the serious Pro cameras if you ignore the very recently announced Canon and Nikon amature DSLRs.

    My brother is a photographer, and has a medium format mumiya camera with digital back

    It supports his SLRS, but not his mumiya

    So, he can't really use aperture.

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  • NoSmokingBandit
    Jun 14, 05:30 PM
    It does seem superfluous to have 3 ports now that wifi is (finally) built in and Kinect has its own port.

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  • mccoma
    Sep 27, 01:42 AM
    gotta love Wired's stellar reporting and fact checking. I swear, page hit advertising is going to be the end of good journalism.

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  • HexMonkey
    Jun 1, 03:23 AM
    Then that means merging articles wherever possible, and as I suggested before, using the subcategories as filters rather than points of separation.

    How does what I said mean we should merge articles whenever possible? :confused:

    I don't think MediaWiki supports using categories as filters.

    That way we can reduce article clutter while simultaneously avoiding arbitrary separation between different types of software simply because they don't fit the idea of being "Mac" like.
    As for the CLI thing, it's all just software, we don't need to keep them separated by walls of steel from the "Mac" apps since they run native on a Mac.

    If there's a "Terminal Commands" subcategory of a "Software" category, the CLI applications are still classed as software. By putting them in a subcategory, we are not hiding them, shunning them or separating them by "walls of steel". We are merely putting articles in logical groupings to make them easier to find. They are not split off because they're not "Mac-like".

    A simpler category structure does not necessarily make the guides any simpler to use.

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  • itcheroni
    Apr 10, 04:56 AM
    All right, let me rephrase that: government funds plenty of things, like libraries and parks, that aren't "necessary" but wanted. If you want to keep the argument on the federal level, substitute your own examples, including national parks. (Remember Bush trying to push them towards privatization?)

    If you have a balanced budget, and you suddenly unbalance it with tax cuts, the difference between revenue loss and spending is pretty much a matter of semantics. You had the money, and now you don't. At least when you spend it on a service, you expect to get something for it.

    Maybe one of the problems with House Republicans is that they don't think of tax cuts that they can't afford as spending.

    I was wondering when the rich were screaming about parks. Never mind, it's not important.

    I believe the crucial difference is that you believe when government taxes and spends the money on a service, it's better than not taxing at all. Do you believe in any exceptions to this rule?

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  • Zwhaler
    Jan 6, 01:02 PM
    Cool. Some people say it's fake but I know for a fact that it is legit unless someone photoshopped the Banner in... but it looks very Apple so all it is is another reason to get stoked :)

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  • Squonk
    Nov 2, 09:46 AM
    Congrats Apple!!
    Congrats Steve!!!

    The more market share, the more vendors will be supporting our platform of choice. :D That's great news!

    Let's hope that the OS is as secure as Apple likes to spout off in their ads...

    -- Switcher from 1988!

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  • onthecouchagain
    Apr 27, 11:16 AM
    I predict we'll only see upgrades to four things, two of which could swing either way:

    Most likely:
    1) Sandy Bridge processors
    2) Thunderbolt I/O

    3) Bump up in standard SSD space. Maybe from 128 GB to 256 GB standard for the 13" and from 64 GB to 128 GB standard for the 11". Hopefully there will also be more BTO options (upgradable to 512 GB, for example)
    4) 4 GB RAM standard across all models (at the very least standard for the 13"). And again, hopefully with more BTO options.

    Lastly, I'll predict that battery life will either stay the same, or improve slightly.

    Anything else, I just don't see Apple upgrading, e.g., higher screen resolution, back-lit keys, dedicated ethernet port, etc. I predict Apple will continue using the same aluminum casing for a couple of reasons. Namely, it was just redesigned Oct and Apple tends to stick to a certain design for a few years, give or take. And the fact that the Airs have been selling well also indicates Apple has no real need to change it too dramatically.

    Of course, this is assuming there is even a refresh this Summer. I hope so.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, and there will probably be an upgrade in the graphics card.

    EDIT 2: Judging from the history of Airs, I wouldn't be surprised if the RAM remained 2 GB standard.

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    Apr 5, 10:44 AM
    Nobody is upset that after 4+ years they're STILL using the chrome back?!?!?

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 10, 08:56 AM
    It is a server and workstation version of the Intel Core 2 ( processor.

    see, you just proved me right ;)

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  • swingerofbirch
    Nov 14, 02:29 PM
    Has no one else thought of the security implications of this? They are allowing people to connect complex computer devices to the electronics system of an airplane. What is to stop someone from writing a virus that would infiltrate the plane's computers and cause it to crash? With all the crazy precautions they take regarding toothpaste, it's hard to see how they could miss the obvious.

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  • Hrududu
    May 2, 08:11 PM
    The person who asked you how much ram you meant was referring to your video card ram not your system ram. I think that that GPU only has 128MBs of VRAM but am not 100% sure off the top of my head. but it is an older GPU you will probably have no problems running it on low but don't expect to run it on anything higher if your lucky you might be able to run at med settings depending on what res you run at. VRam is not as important as most people think it is. The processing power of the GPU itself is much more important.
    Ya its the 128MB model. I mentioned that in my first post. And I totally agree with you on the processing power being most important. I know that X1600 chipset was already a couple years old in 2007 when my MBP was new, so by now I figure its pretty close to being on the edge.

    Also, for those of you who got your beta key from Blizzard, how did they send it to you?

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  • DeJ
    Mar 13, 03:28 PM
    All is well with my i4 (Verizon)

    Apr 5, 12:28 AM
    Thing about the Laffer curve is that there was/is no research or data to back it up. Arthur Laffer pulled it out of a dark place and scribbled it down on a cocktail napkin. Its actual shape may have no actual correlation to the smooth bell we always see, it is all fiction because no one has tried to demonstrate its validity or accuracy.

    I won't disagree with you.

    I believe I have seen it suggested somewhere that raising taxes puts pressure on business, which may have the effect of stimulating growth by forcing the businesses to make up the lost revenue (ramping up).

    Interesting and just as sensible.

    What effect government policy has on the economy is not clear because the economy is made up of a mass of Brownian particles that move in unpredictable and befuddling ways....

    And, I think this is the money quote; nice use of physics term.

    Apr 5, 05:23 PM
    I thought they were committed to Thunderbolt and ignoring USB 3.0

    This might have a lot to do with the huge number of PC users who also have iPhones. Apple won't want to alienate that crowd (likely the majority), and they know that USB 3 is already catching on in a big way in the PC world, while Thunderbolt will have to work hard to catch up.

    Jan 4, 11:19 AM
    No maps on-board: no sale.


    Mar 25, 01:18 AM
    Does anyone know if Target is price matching or is expected to be following suit with their own reduced prices? I have a hefty credit with Target that I would very much enjoy using on purchasing the original ipad at the new verizon price.

    I dont think so. Working at Target the policy is that it has to be a print ad, and not a copy of an internet sale. Below is the policy from the website.

    "If you find an item in a competitor's printed ad that is priced lower than it is at your Target store, we will match the price. The competitor's ad must be local and current, and the product must be the identical item, brand name, quantity and model number. is excluded from our price matching policy. Competitor catalogs can also be ad matched as long as the catalog displays a valid date and meets all other qualifications."

    "Please show us the entire printed advertisement. Photos, photocopies, or mobile phone versions of the ad cannot be accepted as verification of competitive pricing."

    Believe me I wish they would, with my normal 10% discount and an additional 5% for using the Target Debit card, I would be one happy camper.

    Apr 25, 08:10 AM
    Surely if they do 1680 15inch, then a 1680 13 won't be unfeasible.

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