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  • ChazUK
    Apr 22, 08:41 AM
    The biggest problem with Windows is Microsoft doesn't design Windows for consumers. The biggest chunk of their cash-cow comes from the enterprise. And the Windows desktop platform reflects that.

    An excellent post but you may be overlooking the fact that the more Microsoft bundle in with the OS, the more competitors will complain in a similar vein to the netscape/IE days.

    I bet that Microsoft would love to include more with the OS but the easiest way they can do so is to add it as a completely optional download but still giving the competition a look in and aleviating any cries of monopoly tactics.

    It is astounding the amount of my Windows using friends that don't know what Microsoft have on offer as extras. I think they offer some great additional software for their customers. Still, its refreshing to see someone with valid points and good knowledge of what MS have to offer! :)




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  • KingYaba
    Apr 22, 05:03 PM
    I had suggested to one of your moderators that MR should disable the tagging feature in the PRSI. I think you should disable this up/down voting thing as well.




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  • Bonte
    Oct 29, 02:24 PM
    They will take "because it'll kill Apple's hardware business, which is where Apple makes most of their money" as an answer, however.

    Apple's interests lie in selling high-margin solutions, not bottom-of-the-market extremely low margin PCs.

    Think of Dell as Ford, and Apple as BMW.

    The computer - car analogy has to stop, it makes no sense at all. The most reliable car is the Toyota Corolla because it is the longest in production and has the errors worked out a long time ago, worst reliable cars are short production but expensive models like the Ferrari. Ford has less luxury options but may well be more reliable than BMW, price and luxury isn't the key factor here.

    As for the "high-margin solutions" Apple has a good position at the moment, price is competitive and high standard. It looks like Apple wants to keep a firm grip on the top end models but losing it on the low end, there is no sub $500 Mac! (except maybe the "iTV") Licensing an OS has a typical $80 price point and that is more than they make on a Mac Mini (hard- and software together) so it makes sense to me.

    A few years back Steve said that Apple would focus more on software than on hardware (and brought the iPod on the market :) ), the release of 10.5 may well be the turning point for the OS. If Mac sales go the way of the iPod then i agree there is no need to license but if not i see no other option. Its not if but when.




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  • KnightWRX
    Mar 25, 06:43 AM
    <pedantry>
    Is Finder an App per se or integral to the OS?
    </pedantry>

    Depends what you call an OS. In micro-computer parlance Finder is very much a File Manager, same as Nautilus, Dolphin, Norton Commander (or the Midnight Commander clone), ROX-Filer, Windows Explorer, DOSShell etc just to name a few.

    It does very little to "operate" the system. It simply provides a user with a UI to manipulate the files found on a filesystem. Of course, an OS doesn't even need a filesystem per say as not all OSes use the file metaphor for storage.

    The OS part of the any modern OS is all contained in the kernel, which can usually operate the system without any kind of assistance from userspace. Finder is a userspace app. You could replace it with any other File Manager and still achieve the same basic functionality.

    I think your pedantry wasn't as big as mine (how's your Schwartz ?)




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  • MacFly123
    Apr 15, 01:40 PM
    F-A-K-E!!! :rolleyes:

    It can't be all metal. Otherwise it will have some serious signal issues.

    Using aluminum would hinder the cellular reception wouldn't it ?

    Why do people NOT understand, that even Apple, who LOVES aluminum, switched from that to palstic... WHY??? WHY would Apple of all companies do that??? BECAUSE IT DOESN'T WORK WITH THE CELL RECEPTION ON THE iPHONE PERIOD! They are NOT going to go back to aluminum lol! :rolleyes:

    Besides that, this is UGLY! Way harsh edges, and the curvature on the back isn't even smooth, there are like sharp angles at the corners. On the iPad this design makes sense, on the iPhone that would be terribly uncomfortable in your hand!




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  • nagromme
    Oct 4, 01:06 PM
    FunFact:

    1 in 5 MacRumors voters think someone else should keynote MacWorld SF :)

    But who? A possible clue:

    I received an email form letter directly from Phil Schiller today, asking me to vote negative on this story. From what I hear in the forums, Phil has sent a LOT of these out today.

    Very interesting.




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  • keysersoze
    Nov 16, 03:55 PM
    AMD does not have the ability to produce enough chips. Period. They have sold their soul to Dell, and Dell will suck them bone dry.

    Not gunna happen.




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  • twoodcc
    Jul 30, 04:01 PM
    well i still have 3 main machines for folding, but none are back up to full force.

    i don't have any of them running over 3.6 ghz (the fastest now is like 3.55 or so). so right now i'm just running -advmethods instead of -bigadv on 2 of them, and i'm actually using the other one, so no cpu folding right now.




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  • jhartung
    Jan 16, 12:02 PM
    MacBook Air: Though it's pretty, the lack of a 12" screen, the RIDICULOUS fixed battery, and the sloggy speed were real disappointments. I've my PowerBook for 4 years now, and it looks like I'm not going to replace it anytime soon. I've talked to more people who want just a small, cheap little notebook.

    ITunes rentals is OK, I guess--they just need to beef up the offerings.




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  • miketcool
    Oct 7, 04:26 PM
    For whatever reason, Sprint and Verizon started deploying their 3G networks about three years before T-Mobile and AT&T did. Nothing T-Mobile and AT&T can do about that now, except let Verizon gloat while they continue to try to play catch-up.

    I can speak for T-Mo in that they bought their 3G frequency from that public auction. It took the government almost 2 years to move emergency bands off and allow T-Mo to actually use what they bought. The early adopters had an easier transition.




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  • Preclaro_tipo
    Mar 28, 03:32 PM
    I never said it was perfect. If you have many apps as I do that DON'T have automatic updates then it is a royal pain in the ass to go to their site(assuming you even know where it is), download it again, unpackage the dmg, and place it in my applications folder. Sure, if you only have a few apps then it isn't THAT bad but I have upwards to 20 apps that I have to do this with. It's a chore. With the Mac App Store I can take a quick glance, click update all if there are any updates and be done with it.

    If I understand some of you on this thread correctly then it is my opinion that you've missed the point, slightly.

    I don't think that the merits or demerits of the mac app store are the core point here. The store may be good, excellent, bad, poor, draconian, onerous or whatever but Apple is going to award programming and application awards to only those apps that are distributed through their application store.

    Even if you think the store is great, hell even if the store IS GREAT, don't you also feel that it isn't the ONLY way to get quality, well made applications.

    Apple is only promoting application which it profits from AND which conform to its Terms of Service.

    The offensive part for me is just how unapologetic they seem to be showing bias for what makes them money, not with what may be driving the platform or solving user needs/wants.

    I anticipate that some may remind me about Apple's responsibility to shareholders and about being a profitable business and therefore say that it is obvious that they support the apps from which they make a profit. I just think that is an oversimplification of situation and I think this does more to hurt the image of the platform, rather than improve it. It does more to hurt developer interest than it does improve developer interest in the mac platform. Long term, I'd rather see them building an enthusiasm for their products (including the mac app store) for their own merits.




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  • NamJangNamJa
    Nov 16, 04:49 PM
    Very interesting! :D

    I have a test so tell me what the updates are when I get back. :p

    Apple store updates turns out to be "HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE."

    http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore.woa/wa/RSLID?mco=7B2A6F69&nclm=HolidayMain2006




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  • cube
    Apr 21, 02:07 PM
    I think that when you vote, all the ratings in the page should be updated, to minimize people mistakenly complaining about the values changing by more than one.

    I also think the votes should be guaranteed private.




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  • 124151155
    Sep 29, 03:05 AM
    I doubt all his black turtlenecks and jeans would fit in that wardrobe.




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  • MacNut
    Apr 22, 01:25 PM
    And you are why this system won't work.;)My point exactly, this is the reason we never wanted this system.




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  • longsilver
    Sep 12, 09:00 AM
    All new Macs have DL SD (well, all new Macs with SDs)...

    Is that true of the MacBook and the 15.4" MacBook Pro? I thought they didn't have DL.




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  • p0intblank
    Oct 19, 10:24 AM
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  • thejadedmonkey
    Oct 10, 05:11 PM
    Perhaps Apple is selling less of the newly released iPods than they thought 'cos many people are holding off until the iPod Video is released...
    They can't be bummed since they aren't advertising it. The average consumer probably couldn't even tell it's been upgraded (except for the screen brightness)




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  • rkahl
    Mar 17, 10:14 AM
    LOL, has anyone copied and forwarded this thread to their local FBI? I'm sure they have already obtained the court order to get his ip address. Then a few weeks will pass before he gets served!




    rorschach
    Apr 15, 02:16 PM
    Hm.

    These seem like something that everyone here says can't be real, "no way Apple would design something like that," the "perspective is all off" ... and then end up being real after all.

    Remember the screenshots of the Fat Nano ad file in Photoshop?




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    Apr 12, 04:37 PM
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    aristobrat
    Oct 6, 12:24 PM
    So no, the upgrade to 4G will not cause spotty coverage.
    True, but it's not like they're going to flip a switch, and suddenly all of the "red" on the Verizon coverage map (3G) is going to light up "purple" (or whatever color they use for 4G).

    Verizon is going to be in the same boat AT&T is -- having to go out and touch each one of those towers... installing new equipment, upgrading backhaul circuits, etc.

    Any new "G" coverage is going to start out spotty, and then roll out/fill in. If it's like prior rollouts, major population centers first, rural areas later.




    Yvan256
    Nov 16, 07:55 PM
    It's quite simple. AMD bought ATI. If Apple wants to use ATI GPUs in their computer, then I guess they have to talk to AMD now (at least for pricing, orders, etc).




    iAlan
    Oct 3, 11:09 PM
    Start your countdown widgets....



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