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  • arkmannj
    Oct 4, 03:40 PM
    I swear to God, I hope iDVD isn't gone completely but more integrated into iMovie or something along those lines. iDVD is one of my favorite applications in the iLife suite. :mad:

    The 64-bit rewrite thing is pretty awesome though. Hopefully iTunes will be a part of that (doubt it though).

    I really want iDVD to stick around (just like I'd like DVD studio Pro to get some more lovin') but I wonder if Apple may be making a general interactive export app.

    Basically, an application that can not only export to DVD, but also an intractive Quicktime file, or a small self contained mac/iOS app, or (to iWeb (HTML5/CSS3/Javascript)
    I don't know, I doubt that would happen but it would still be pretty awesome.

    I'll stick with my iLife '08+iMovie HD solution instead. Apple's gotten many things right with looking forward (early adoption/centering around USB vs legacy ports etc.), but this time I'm not seeing the draw. Oh well. Then again, I'm still a fan of Quicktime 7 Pro, so go figure ;)

    +1 QT 7 Pro (hopefully Quicktime X will get there someday)

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  • ABernardoJr
    Apr 26, 04:27 PM
    After seeing these pics I'm starting to reconsider getting the white one... lol I like both colors but the white really stands out... Decisions, decisions...

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  • roadbloc
    Apr 12, 10:02 AM
    hmm a hoodie is part of you culture so you should be allowed to wear one , thats why its called "hoodie culture" or

    but there is a small line between doing how you please and anarchy

    I fully agree with you, and I have no problem with people wearing veils. I do have a problem with that people automatically think I'm going to rob a shop just because I wear a hood. I think it should work both ways. If I can't wear a hood, they can't wear a veil.

    Slightly different issue, I understand. But I think france has made the right decision.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Dec 4, 09:40 AM
    GM’s Plans for Chevy Volt Profitability (

    I'll match that with Who Killed The Electric Car (http://, and why. ;)

    Where would we be today, if the lawmakers had not relented on the Clean Air Standards at that time, and the EV1 ( had continued to develop? :rolleyes:

    The film deals with the history of the electric car, its modern development, and commercialization.

    The film focuses primarily on the General Motors EV1, which was made available for lease mainly in Southern California, after the California Air Resources Board passed the ZEV mandate in 1990 to combat urban air pollution.

    Nearly 5000 electric cars were designed and manufactured by GM, Toyota, Honda, Ford, Nissan, and Chrysler; and then later destroyed.

    Also discussed are the implications of the events depicted for air pollution, oil dependency, Middle East politics, and global warming.

    The film details the California Air Resources Board's reversal of the mandate after relentless pressure and suits from automobile manufacturers, continual pressure from the oil industry, orchestrated hype over a future hydrogen car, and finally the George W. Bush administration.

    A portion of the film details GM's efforts to demonstrate to California that there was no consumer demand for their product, and then to take back every EV1 and dispose of them. A few were disabled and given to museums and universities, but almost all were found to have been crushed.

    GM never responded to the EV drivers' offer to pay the residual lease value ($1.9 million was offered for the remaining 78 cars in Burbank before they were crushed).

    Several activists, including actresses Alexandra Paul and Colette Divine , are arrested in the protest that attempted to block the GM car carriers taking the remaining EV1s off to be crushed.

    The film explores some of the motives that may have pushed the auto and oil industries to kill off the electric car. Wally Rippel offers, for example, that the oil companies were afraid of losing their monopoly on transportation fuel over the coming decades; while the auto companies feared short term costs for EV development and long term revenue loss because EVs require little maintenance and no tune-ups.

    Others explained the killing differently. GM spokesman Dave Barthmuss argued it was lack of consumer interest due to the maximum range of 80–100 miles per charge, and the relatively high price.

    The film also showed the failed attempts by electric car enthusiasts trying to combat auto industry moves, and save the surviving vehicles. Towards the end of the film, a deactivated EV1 car #99 is found in the garage of Petersen Automotive Museum, with former EV sales representative, Chelsea Sexton, invited for a visit.

    The film also explores the future of automobile technologies including a deeply critical look at hydrogen vehicles, an upbeat discussion of plug-in hybrids, and examples of other developing EV technologies such as the Tesla Roadster (released on the market two years after the film).

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  • coochiekuta
    Mar 16, 06:36 AM
    im not in japan so i cannot say what is going on there. i can speculate or make assumptions but i cannot rule out anything.

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  • EricNau
    Nov 13, 07:55 PM
    anyone else get an insanely loud noise just before the instal?
    It's normal for the fans to run on full power during the firmware update. I assume that's the noise you heard, right?

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  • Flowbee
    Aug 7, 04:38 PM
    Steve Jobs looks ill.. I am worried about him.

    He seems to be grooming others to step up as Keynote presenters should he be unable to do them in the future. He's sharing the stage much more than he used to.

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  • Zord
    Mar 4, 10:16 PM
    Link please:)

    NVM. Found it!

    Here ya go:

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  • ddenoff
    Dec 16, 06:37 AM

    If this app does anything more than act as a pallative for increasingly frustrated iPhone users, I'd be very surprised.

    I'm the CEO of Fibernet, a phone company who resold Pacific Bell wireless in the early days (remember the fantastic-sounding Motorola 8000x?). I'm also a shareholder in both Apple and AT&T. I'm still AMAZED that designers still create devices with built-in message such as "Call Failed" and "Operation cannot be completed at this time". Would you design a defibrillator with such messages? or a fighter jet?

    Manhattan iPhone users apparently experience 30% dropped calls A DAY according to AT&T. This absurdly high statistic seems to have started several months ago after an Apple software upgrade (bad baseband code??). AT&T refuses to point the finger at Apple. Apple extends the same courtesy to AT&T. WE suffer.

    I've already swapped SIM's and AT&T now suggests replacing my phone (which an AT&T company store last night said i HAD to do at the Apple store. What to the nice customers who live in towns without Apple stores do?)

    Look, i'm a happy techie. Been around computers since the PDP-10 days. LOVE the iPhone as a computing and lifestyle device. But for crying out loud people, if we can get quality video transmissions from MARS, you'd think we'd be able to make a wireless device capable of a high-quality phone call in a MAJOR metropolitan city like New York or Beverly Hills.

    Don't come up with brilliant devices, advertise your network as superior, and then whine that the DEMAND and high-usage CUSTOMERS are to blame for the failures.

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  • Ap0ks
    Apr 13, 11:31 AM
    so op your from ameria right? here were i live in the uk bisiness have generally leased lines that is dedicated symetric bandwith for them only and its garenteed. here the general costs are for dedicated 10 meg down 10 meg up about �400 a month over copper pairs, or depending where you are about �600 for 100mb down 100mb up dedicated over fiber. id figure out the difference betwwen a eqiv connection in america and your cost of your current curcuit and try budget that in too. 10 meg up 10 meg down will be plenty.Who is your provider please? That's a lot cheaper than I've been quoted :D

    Edit: To keep my post on topic, OP you may want to have a look at this ( (although it seems a bit OTT spec-wise), this ( (how cheap NAS storage can be) and this ( (just because ;))

    Attach a server to serve the storage and terminate VPN connections and you should have a working solution for a reasonable cost.

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  • sreedy
    Sep 12, 11:24 AM
    And the King of Spain get's his 50!

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  • true777
    Sep 5, 03:43 PM
    Mwsf '07.

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  • Me1000
    Aug 2, 03:41 PM
    i want to see a CD version of leopard!! lol :p :D
    is that so much to ask??

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  • Philflow
    Apr 26, 02:18 PM
    I first had a 13", then a 11", now back on 13".

    I prefer the 11" when I'm travelling. I prefer the 13" when I'm at home.

    For me the 11" is too small to work comfortably when I'm sitting on the couch. (I'm 6 ft 2.)

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  • The Samurai
    Apr 30, 06:01 AM
    Anyone got a link which will work in the UK. The video is limited to the States

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  • LoganT
    Apr 21, 06:55 PM
    I'd rather Apple introduce a music streaming service.

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  • lgmars
    Apr 22, 02:10 PM
    Does it not depend the PPI that the image is ? If they have made the image at a PPI that the the same as the iPad 1/1.5, then you may have a point. However, if they made the image at a higher PPI, say 300+, then your point is moot.

    I would say it's unlikely that they make images at such higher PPI, at least not in the final app. It increases the cost, the file size, the app complexity with no obvious gain. I'm highly skeptical.

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  • SpookTheHamster
    Sep 12, 12:30 PM
    steve Is Not Wearing A Black Turtleneck

    He looks so...wrong

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  • mactarkus
    Sep 12, 12:26 PM
    Yes,but they like to differentiate the models as you move up in price. Apple has a way of you leading you up to the most expensive model. Sold!

    Colour variantion handling of the nanos are subpar in my opinion let all models have all colours. simple.

    Mattie Num Nums
    Apr 22, 02:38 PM
    I still dont get why I would want to use my iPad to read when my laptop is sitting right next to me and is a lot more comfortable to use and not much bigger (13 MBA).

    Apr 11, 10:43 PM
    Apple has its hand full for the rest of the year:

    iPhone 5 in the Fall...

    Converting all their consumer computers to Intel Sandybridge...

    (and removing the optical drive.... ;) did I just say that?)

    May 1, 04:38 PM
    Well, anybody who needs a DP workstation, anyway (you can't do dual i7s). I suppose you can make this argument for SP machines (SP i7 vs. SP Xeon), but two things:

    1. SP workstation Xeons practically have pricing parity with their i7 equivalents, so it doesn't really matter much in the end. In reality, they're the same processors, only one has ECC memory support and one does not. Also, the W35xx Xeons run on the same Intel X58 chipsets the i7-9xx chips do. Overall manufacturing cost is essentially the same.

    Example: The Xeon W3530 (2.8GHz) used on the base quad-core model is $294 (1000-part tray quantity) from Intel. Its i7 equivalent, the i7-930 is priced identically, at $294. Spec for spec, these chips are IDENTICAL, save for the Xeon's ECC memory support.

    Apple's charging quite a premium for the SP systems vs. other vendors. DP systems are far closer in costs, but the PC versions do offer better warranties, better graphics choices (professional grade, not just consumer), and additional options (if purchased from the system vendor for a single point of contact for support needs).

    2. As mentioned before, workstation computer buyers expect workstation-class hardware, not consumer-class. So that means Xeons, ECC memory and a heavy duty platform.
    Generally speaking, this is true. But ECC isn't needed by all workstation users, such as creative professionals (don't use software based on recursive algorithms). Thus such users don't actually require Xeons (SP systems; no choice for DP models) or ECC memory of any kind (well built, reliable system Yes, but an Enthusiast Desktop part and standard non-ECC memory would suffice).

    Perhaps the biggest anomaly with Mac Pros is Apple's continued use of consumer-grade GPUs in their configurations. With PC workstations, it's practically given that you'll get a FireGL or a Quadro. But that's an entirely different discussion...
    In terms of using consumer grade graphics cards in workstations, it's definitely an anomaly.

    As per whether or not it's a separate discussion, it would depend on the user's specific needs IMO. ;)

    Apr 29, 10:10 AM
    Maybe, when you rank the individual product models. But when you rank the underlying platforms, iOS is no longer leading the pack. Android has taken over the lead and that was to be expected, because Google did the smart thing: Divide and rule. Everybody can build Android gadgets, but only Apple builds iOS devices. And the systems that everybody can use have ALWAYS dominated the market. Just remember Windows vs Mac OS or VHS vs Betamax and Video 2000.

    Nice try, but also false. iOS has a >50% higher number of devices than Android.

    Hang on a moment. You say:

    "iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS are the #1 and #2 selling handsets."

    So in that case they would be at the very top of the phone sales, not at 5% they can't be the top selling handsets in No.1 and No.2 positions and not be at the top. that just does not make sense.

    Not much of a math person either, eh?

    Oct 19, 06:41 PM
    If you don't like iCal and it doesn't fit your needs, try something like Entourage. Maybe coming from your PC background it'll feel more at home? Part of the MS office suite. Yes I know MS ewww. But it's there

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