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  • toolioiep
    Apr 6, 07:44 PM
    Vintage poster - it will look great in my media room!





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  • Amazing Iceman
    May 4, 08:39 AM
    I'll buy one when it gets a capacitive pressure based screen/stylus (Like the HTC Flyer)

    Never heard of the HTC Flyer, I'll look into it. The problem with most pressure sensitive devices is that the pressure sensors start failing after a while.





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  • SiliconAddict
    Nov 16, 07:41 PM
    I'd have to disagree with that.


    A better statement would be your average user doesn't care about chip brand as long as the computer is relatively fast, and you get good battery life.

    if this does happen would apple finaly consider leting there Os's on ur standart hp compaqs etcs ?

    No.





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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 12:21 AM
    Here's to a ripe Apple Wednesday morning, followed by a Liverpool win.

    Yep, love my "New Hardware Wednesdays." Followed by "Watch Keynote Wednesday Afternoons whilst downloading new versions of software and saving pdf files of every new hardware page."



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  • gattaca
    Jan 9, 12:12 PM
    The only thing I care about seeing is an update to the Mac Book Pro.

    But really, has anyone even heard anything about it being updated? All I've heard is that people assume it will be. Does anyone know for sure?





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  • VenusianSky
    Oct 6, 12:47 PM
    Before you pick a phone, pick a network.

    This was the funniest part of the fine print. Too bad for Verizon that the customers they lost to AT&T didn't pick the network over the phone. Instead of fine print, they should make that their slogan. Too bad it won't matter. iPhone trumps call quality.



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  • sunfast
    Sep 12, 08:45 AM
    Front Row 2.0 would be cool (just because it needs to be quicker dammit!) but I assumed that would come with Leopard.





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  • cybermiguel
    Nov 16, 09:59 PM
    who wants to run amd anyway?

    I would.

    You see...ATi's integrated graphics solution is WAAYY BETTER than Intel 945 integrated graphics solution, so, it would be the perfect match for a lowcost laptop: Turion CPU and an ATi chipset.

    Here's a page with some IGP benchmarks: http://kettya.com/notebook2/gpu_ranking.htm



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  • takao
    Jan 12, 09:13 AM
    so far i haven't seen much from "os x " on the iPhone except widgets which is hardly something which defines OS X for me

    what revolutionary things does it really have what others don't have ? eyecandy and perhaps easier syncing ? a proximity sensor ? perhaps photo managment and Wlan (but without VOIP)

    does the iphone sync with outlook ? if not: say good bye to the business market

    it's a nice product, don't get me wrong, but it's expensive for a phone





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  • slipper
    Apr 25, 11:47 AM
    Though i wanted a 4" screen, a 3.7" screen is a great compromise. I like the fact that it fits the current form factor.

    BTW those images look like cheesy photoshop mock-ups



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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 27, 03:52 PM
    It's sad to say, but it happens a lot.

    Well, if it's that lawless down there, I would be looking to acquire a concealed carry permit.





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  • peapody
    Apr 7, 08:59 PM
    Just got a bamboo plant for my desk...not the vase/pebbles...

    also a red velvet whoopie pie, and a vanilla cake whoopie pie..


    Both things from Reading Terminal Market in Philly...:D

    I always heard it is bad luck to get yourself a lucky bamboo plant - but I guess that is only if you are superstitious!

    Got myself an old school firewire ipod charger for my 3g 15gb!



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  • Stridder44
    Mar 24, 03:07 PM
    OS X? Never heard of it. It'll probably fail and fall into product obscurity hell like the iPod did.





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  • Balli
    Sep 12, 02:51 AM
    10am Cupertino (west coast US) time. Just over 9 hours to go.

    That's 7pm here in the UK... Just when I get home from work! :)

    Are any sites offering live feeds, etc?



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  • Full of Win
    May 3, 03:34 PM
    This is a major setback IMHO...
    I know it is illegal but carriers make tons of cash with their inflated prices... Who protects us from that?

    I guess you mean legal? We protect ourselves by not signing on the dotted line. Nothing says that access to data how we want it is a human right. It's a luxury. I'm not a fan of the carriers, but I was the one who went to them; I was neither forced or fooled into forming a contract with them.





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  • Shannighan
    Apr 7, 06:25 AM
    http://thedecorologist.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/toilet-coffee-mug-via-harrietcarter.jpg

    That is too funny!



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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 25, 02:17 PM
    Screen is clearly faked one way or another.

    The Internet is an easy mark.

    Well then you'll be able to provide specific points as to why it's faked then, no?





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  • rorschach
    Apr 29, 03:56 PM
    Actually scrollbars look and behave exactly the same as they did before.

    Whether they automatically hide or not is a preference, it has been since the first DP:

    http://i.imgur.com/b0Qlw.png

    Same with reverse scrolling. Nothing at all has changed about scrolling or scrollbars.





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  • powers74
    Apr 16, 03:04 PM
    You can see that the iPhone text is not aligned in this pic.

    Yes, but his analysis shed no light on that fact and actually made the rendering - if you were to assume his perspective was correct - look lit it was some sort of parallelogram. It made no sense.





    noahtk
    Apr 29, 03:39 PM
    The power of Mac OS X. The magic of iPad.

    Oh god...

    Very scary indeed. :mad:





    Cloudane
    Jan 27, 07:00 PM
    Good idea...

    In terms of new stuff I think just the thin portable, as that's the only thing there's been any leaks/evidence for (the leaks usually have everything covered!)

    The thin portable was a duh. Wasn't much else introduced, just the NAS thing. 8/10 then...

    Other than that, refreshes - in order of likelihood: MBP refresh with the new keyboard (even tho I think it'd look a bit odd if it's white), 16GB iPhone (not 3G yet), Glossy ACD option, Cheap ACD option (watch for the gradients and poor quality!), MacBook refresh, maybe some tweak to the ATV, maybe a non Glossy iMac option (just to wind up those who bought an iMac and dislike it!).

    The one I said was the most likely didn't happen. No iPhone update, no ACDs, no MacBook refresh, correct on the ATV tweak, no non-glossy iMac.
    let's give that 2/10..

    Things I don't expect them to update: the iMac (already done recently), the Mac Mini (ditto and they don't like updating it), or any of the iPods (also too soon) or the Mac Pro or XServe (that would be silly, and the place would get firebombed)

    10/10 there :p





    JML42691
    Oct 4, 08:21 AM
    Wow, can't believe I only first heard about this now. As much as that may seem comical to them, I believe that just about any expo that they might attend they should be banned from. That was just completely cruel to make people's presentations harder (or even impossible if it depended only on displays), and to essentially shut down a major aspect of the expo.





    109%
    Jan 12, 04:03 AM
    What are they, 12? I thought that was disgraceful. But then again, I hate all practical jokes. There's no wit or elegance involved in any of them. I've never heard of one that wasn't the equivalent of telling someone their house had burned down with their family inside before slapping them on the back and saying, "Just kidding!"

    "I love practical jokes" is just another way of saying "I don't have the intelligence or sophistication to appreciate genuine humour, but I know how to hurt people".

    Morons.





    AidenShaw
    Apr 29, 11:36 PM
    I see. It's a sequence of versions but they decided to start at a a certain level of windows development or possibly a grouping of versions by category. i always wondered about that.

    The internal kernel version ID for Vista is Major.Minor = "6.0".

    The next major release after "6.0" would be "7" - hence "Windows 7".

    However, Windows 7 is a compatible superset of Windows 6.0 kernel APIs, so Windows 7 uses the kernel version ID of "Windows 6.1". This is so that any software checking the major version sees Vista and 7 as the same version.