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  • Jape
    Dec 13, 09:10 PM
    Just got a notice from BLT that their expected ETA on the TomTom Car Kit is now 12/16. We'll see, but I wouldn't count on it.


    Did they randomly send you this email, or did u request an update. I haven't received an e-mail regarding the kit in a while. If this goes on for any longer I will take m business to magellan:mad:





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 16, 10:46 AM
    Ok people, how's this? I ordered a 17" MBP on Sep 8. I upgraded the ram and hard drive. It was supposed to ship yesterday, the 15th.

    I checked my order status today and the ship date has changed to October 2! I also received an e-mail from Apple stating that there were unexpected delays.

    I held out hoping for a C2D but broke down and bought on the 8th. I was all excited that it was going to ship yesterday. I don't even care so much about a C2D, I just want my Mac. But here's hoping anyway.Congratulations! You have just provided a second independent source of unnatural delay proving Apple is already manufacturing Merom C2D MBPs and that 17" models will ship behind 15" models by a week Monday October 2.





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  • bradc
    Aug 3, 10:42 PM
    It was probably part of Intel's/Apple's bargaining chip that Apple gets quick shipments of chips I assume. Not priority over Dell, Lenovo, HP, Toshiba but maybe sufficient quantities?





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  • kerryb
    Apr 18, 03:45 PM
    The OS, sure. Samsung made that look VERY close to iOS.


    The product design at Apple, however is just reinterpreted stuff from Dieter Rams. Products that function well start to look similar for a reason, though. If it ain't broke....

    http://www.errortype.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/01/rams.jpg

    you forgot how much that green Android looks like the old Mac OS trash can.





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  • Ryth
    Apr 21, 08:07 PM
    I need:
    8 Internal Bays.
    More PCIe Slots.
    Thunderbolt.
    Keep Dual Optical Bays.
    More Ram Slots.
    Built in Fibre Channel (This is a stretch)
    That should be a MacPro. What you guys want is that magic headless iMac. I want more, not less.
    Working in Video I need the most horsepower possible. 32 Cores would be nice.

    At home I can live with my iMac, but editing on it is a pain. A MiniMacPro might work there, but it will still cost 2k and people will bitch.
    For work I can justify spending $8,000 on a high powered PRO machine.

    I want to know what type of video you are doing because we sure don't need that and we do high end video editing for National Geographic/Discovery/Smithsonian.

    Unless you are doing Hollywood stuff, I see no need for half the stuff you listed.

    More internals and PCIE slots? For what? Almost all of our clients are delivering tapeless now and on externals. Dual optical bays? Seriously? Fibre is a must if you are in a post house.


    Please leave the dual super drives Apple! We pros still need those to author DVDs!

    Seriously? We also do full DVD high end hollywood type authoring at my facility (have been for 10+ Years) and Blu-Ray authoring and we have no need for internal optical super drives.

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  • juicedropsdeuce
    Apr 26, 02:49 PM
    .
    This would be a GREAT time to delay the release of the next iPhone until September. Actually that's optimistic, it took them almost a year to get the white one right. :rolleyes:





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  • phlavor
    Apr 21, 06:14 PM
    I would hazard a guess that the thinner facade suggests a lack of optical media drives, or if it does have one, a vertical slot-loader. But I think what with flash drive or Internet distribution, optical media drives aren't really needed any more, even on a Pro machine.

    If they made the MacBook Air External Superdrive bootable and compatible with any computer I would welcome the elimination of internal optical drives.





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  • eenu
    Aug 11, 03:29 PM
    So what is there to expect before MWSF?

    Well, new iPods, for one:

    Full Screen Video iPod, possibly with accompanying new iTunes service.
    Redesigned-nano + upgraded
    Updated shuffle (finally)

    Also, new hardware:

    New chips for MBP + possible case redesign
    New chips for iMac too

    -=|Mgkwho

    The MBP will be done on a random day. Its a 'Pro' model andParis is more for the consumer goods like iMacs and iPods etc





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  • liketom
    Jul 30, 07:36 AM
    so what CPU would power the phone ?





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  • MacRumors
    Apr 5, 12:58 PM
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  • heisetax
    May 4, 09:08 PM
    Not legally.

    But what if you purchase 1,000 Mac upgrades. If you have a multi install license I bet that Apple does not send 1 dvd per license. This means that I could then legally use my installation disk a thousand times.





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 20, 01:53 AM
    I don't see that happening. Apple tends to avoid complicated product lines. That is one too many options in my opinion.

    How about the macbook pro or the iMac lineup?

    What happened to choice?

    I don't know if Apple would do it; but I;d like them to. :)





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  • Daveoc64
    May 4, 03:08 PM
    Is everyone missing the "Preferred" in the headline of this thread? Preferred does not me "only" or "required" or "mandatory."

    We're not yet at the point where digitial distribution is a feasible option for everyone, but Apple needs to take the steps towards it now before the rest of the industry passes by.

    My opposition to this isn't because I think Digital Distribution is bad (the copy of Windows 7 I'm writing this on was downloaded, legally I might add, from Microsoft), it's because of how Apple is offering it.

    I was able to download a .iso of Windows and install it how I wanted to. I was able to back up the .iso to an external hard drive and also to burn a copy of it.

    The App Store (unless they change things) wouldn't allow that. I would have no problem with this if Apple included a way to create a DVD or USB installer from the download.





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  • kdarling
    Apr 25, 11:28 AM
    iOS uses services from a company called Skyhook to help with location tracking. they use GPS and wifi access points to pinpoint locations faster than GPS.

    Apple stopped using Skyhook a while back, I think around v3.2 or something. Let me check. Yes, that was when Apple changed (http://techcrunch.com/2010/07/29/apple-location/) to using their own WiFi and cell databases.

    Agreed. Google's darling Android doesn't just track cell towers. They've found it recording wi-fi networks near the user as well and transmitting that data... like every couple of minutes.

    See above. Apple does something very similar. Whenever an app requests a location using GPS, the phone also scans for nearby cell towers and WiFi hotspots. That info is sent up to Apple to build their database.

    Why does Google need to know this?

    Same reason as Apple. While on this topic, let's hit the wayback machine:

    Before the iPhone came out, Google was secretly collecting cell location info via any phone with GPS and Google Maps. Mostly Windows Mobile phones, I would think.

    Good thing, too, because the iPhone debuted without GPS and was pretty much useless in that respect. Then Google unveiled a version of Google Maps using their cell location database, and suddenly the iPhone and other phones without GPS reception were useful after all.

    Yet I use Google every day, but I at least know they're watching me.

    Yet you didn't know Apple was. Ignorance is bliss.

    Except that neither cares about watching YOU. They're watching for cells and hotspots. Sorry, they're more important :)

    Ok, here's the information that's actually known about the consolidated.db file:
    1) It records the locations of nearby wi-fi access points and cell towers.
    2) When location services were originally added to the iPhone, the file had a different name and was stored in a different location. (It was moved as part of the multi-tasking updates.)
    3) The purpose of the file has been explicitly spelled out by Apple *from the beginning*. It is used *by* location services to calculate your current position in order to be able to display your position faster than would be possible solely using GPS. (It's part of the Assisted GPS process.)
    4) There is absolutely no evidence that the file's contents are ever transmitted to anyone. It exists on the iPhone, and in the backup(s) of said iPhone.

    That's almost all correct (*). It's just a receive-only cache to speed up locating and use less battery and network resources.

    (*) WiFi and cell are not part of A-GPS. The A in A-GPS on the iPhone is about receiving satellite information from an assistance server on the 'net.





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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 9, 07:54 PM
    PEMDAS... First time ever that I hear of it.
    I did no go to school in the US.

    So.. if the priorities are Parenthesis, then Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition and lastly Substraction, using your rule:

    48/2(9+3)
    First whatever is inside the Parenthesis: 9+3=12

    48/2(12)

    Then Exponent: none

    Then Multiplication: 2(12) = 24
    Then Division: 48/24 = 2

    There you go...PEMDAS fans.

    No. That's not how it works. Once you get to multiplication/division, you go left to right. It's 288. And for those of you who get 2 by using calculators, any math teacher will tell you that calculators always get the rules of operations wrong. That's why we teach kids pemdas so they know what math to do first and they can use the calculators to help them do the parts of the equation they need help with.

    Which orifice did you pull the "*" from??? :p

    Not sure if u are joking but I'll answer you. Multiplication is implied when equations are written like this. Those who say an exponent is implied when written like this are simply wrong.





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  • GGJstudios
    Jan 12, 09:57 AM
    This is quite ignorant on a number of levels:
    It's not ignorant at all.
    1. Trojans do exist for OSX,
    Yes, a handful do, and they can be easily avoided with a reasonable dose of common sense.
    although unless you're logged in as admin (and who routinely operates their Mac like that?
    I do, as do many others. There is no problem running on an admin account, if you're even moderately aware of what you're doing.
    the request to install should alert you to something wrong.
    Exactly. See "common sense" remark above.
    2. Security through obscurity is no security at all, especially as OSX and iOS become more mainstream.
    The market share myth is ridiculous and has no basis in fact. The fact is, OSX has a larger market than ever before, growing by over a million Macs every month, and the number of malware threats is at an all-time low, the number of viruses is now zero.
    3. If you send files to friends, relations, or business colleagues with a less fortunate computing experience it would be playing nice not to pass on nasties to them.
    If they use even a tiny amount of the above-mentioned common sense, they already have anti-virus running on their computers. If not, they have a much larger exposure to malware from other sources than they do from a Mac user sending them a file. If someone stands in the middle of the freeway, my choosing to drive on a different road to avoid hitting them does nothing to ensure they're protected.
    Talk to GGJStudios about point #3. He will rip your head off and call you unprofessional :D
    No, he won't. He will, however, respectfully point out the fallacy of that argument.





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  • ticman
    Dec 5, 12:04 PM
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  • charlituna
    Apr 25, 09:44 AM
    So Steve is saying there is no database of locations? Thats just an outright lie.

    He didn't say that at all. The question was if Apple is tracking user locations. He said no. Which is correct. The information never leaves your iphone or computer.

    Unlike the app that shows the map of the spots which calls out to two servers, one of which couldn't be identified and for all we know is recording your data along with your IP and other deets.





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  • keviano
    May 7, 10:23 AM
    I've heard similar rumors about MobileMe going free. Makes sense if Apple could leverage the new iAd system to generate targeted campaigns, and effectively subsidise the cost of opening the system up to more users.

    It would also pave the way for multiple cloud-based user accounts for the iPad.





    marvel2
    Nov 13, 10:47 AM
    Good for you Marvel2. How about a review after you use it. Tstreete did a great one but another perspective is always welcomed.

    BTW do you use Navigon? Did you get the Live Traffic update? Love to hear how they each or both worked with the kit.

    Thanks,
    Mike

    I'm going to use it for a few days and a couple trips around town first before I give a review. But my intial impressions of the kit is that it works just as advertised. Doesn't feel cheap, BT syncing is very easy and syncs every time I plug the phone in. Speaker volume is clear but may need to be louder. I still have to give it some time and adjust to my liking first (my car is pretty loud). And yes, I am using Navigon, but I have not yet downloaded their Live Traffice update.


    The key for making this purchase for me is to have at least the option to allow the calls to come in through the car's speakers while using the built-in mic on the dock.

    Also, the youtube video shows the guy had it stuck on his dash with the adhesive? Anyone have driver's point of view, pictures with it mounted with suction on the windshield? There's no way I'm sticking this thing to my dash.

    Per the manual, calls will not come in through your car's speaker but instead the TomTom car kit's speaker.

    I currently have the kit mounted on my windshield but I also tried mounting it on my dash. If you do not want to put that adhesive on your dash, buy a Sticky Pad (http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Hand-Stands-Jelly-Sticky-Pad-Dash-Holder/2603163/product.html) and lay it on your dash. Now mount the TomTom kit as you normally would on the sticky pad as if it were glass. It sticks and works very well. Alternatively, you can put the adhesive disk on the sticky pad if you want the suction cup of the TomTom kit to cling to a hard plastic surface. When you leave your car, just peel the Sticky Pad off of your dash and it will not leave any residue. Essentially it is a GPS friction mount. Or you can buy this (http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/HandStands-GPS-Sticky-Pad-Dash-Mount/4341949/product.html), but its just too big for my tastes.


    What is the name of the store that you got it from? I'm curious to know if I could find one in my area

    Here is their website (http://www.themacstore.com/locations/portland). They are an authorized third party Mac reseller sort of like MacMall, but with a physical location. You can try calling other third party Mac resellers in your area if you don't have "The Mac Store" in your area.





    pmz
    May 4, 03:24 PM
    Not exactly. You can always choose to go back to another date in the past.

    Assuming you know when the problem began.

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    Flying Llama
    Jul 22, 03:30 PM
    awesome...

    I'm just sad we'll never truly be able to say the long awaited:

    "Ah, the G5 Powerbooks are here!".

    All those G5 PB on tuesday jokes, in vain... :(

    It would have been awesome if Apple introduced some, just out of principle. :D


    /rant

    Can't wait for WWDC!!

    --flyingllama





    ezekielrage_99
    Jul 23, 10:12 PM
    Why not? Conroe will have availability by WWDC, IIRC, and Merom won't be far behind- they could announce a MBP with Merom, shipping in two weeks after WWDC.

    MBP with Merom, iMac with Conroe, Mac Pro's with either Conroe and a Woodcrest quad or all Woodcrest, MacBook's with Merom or Yonah w/price drop, and Mac Mini price drop back to $499.

    It sounds very plausible plus didn't Apple say with the introduction of Intel Processers there would be more hardware updates through the year?

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    TedSlawski
    Aug 7, 02:25 PM
    Well a really fast computer at a reasonable price that you don't have to wait months for? I'm pinching myself before I make the call and order one. The idea that this could be what the original dual 2gig G5 that I (and a lot of other people) waited months for and really was kind of a ho-hum experience updating from a dual 800 quicksilver. Just playing around with a dual core iMac and being impressed says "this has got to be the one". The promise that they made for the G5 and didn't come across with. I would really like to play around with one of thses and say WOW!, not try to remember if it opened Photoshop faster than my quicksilver or not. 4 X 2.66Ghz Woodcrest�oughta do it!



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