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  • skinnylegs
    Mar 31, 02:01 PM
    Count me in among the "I don't like the leather look" camp. :(




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  • Hunabku
    Apr 22, 07:03 PM
    Not sure if anyone said this earlier but what about a liquid metal enclosure. That ought to keep dents and scratches away and allow for a thinner design.

    Edit: If it is gonna be Liquid Metal then this might be the iPhone 6 not the iPhone 5. Then in a similar way Joshua Topolsky was wrong about the iPad 2 with retina - he was getting rumors for a device that is further down the pike.




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  • Butler Trumpet
    Apr 13, 02:44 PM
    How does one get to become an analyst? And what gives this guy any credibility? Seems like they just come up with crazy claims for the purpose of having something to say.




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  • KREX725
    Oct 18, 09:59 PM
    An example of a "cash cow"

    Microsoft Windows XP
    Microsoft Office

    Nearly everything else MS does is at a loss or does not generate a lot of cash.

    What about all of those profits from the XBox 360????? Don't those things just consist of about $8.00 worth of plastic????? :p




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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 17, 02:00 AM
    Duuhh its a Macbook Air iPad hybrid!Funny.




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  • weg
    Jul 22, 05:08 AM
    Well obviously none of us here are going to be terribly interested if it's not Mac-compatible. That said, Apple has a lot to lose, so I hope they adapt and compete well.

    So far, Microsoft's Hardware was always perfectly Mac compatible...




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  • MacVault
    Nov 4, 06:28 AM
    That native partion support to use virtualization or dual booting would be awesome, having the best of both worlds (Boot Camp & Virtualization). I look forward to it!

    YES! That would be sweeeeet!




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  • J Radical
    Dec 2, 09:24 AM
    OS X isn't perfect, and it's unreasonable to expect that it will never ever be breached.

    That said, Apple have done a great job thus far. My worry isn't so much individual (trivial?) exploits, but rather that OS X would go down the XP route and require constant patching. The last thing Apple needs is to have to fight fires in the same way Microsoft has had to with XP.

    Security is a key selling point for the mac platform and it is essential that Apple maintain their advantage with the vastly improved Vista fast approaching.

    I hope Apple will address these problems with the urgency they merit.




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  • meridio
    Aug 20, 05:38 AM
    Hi, I'm new :)

    Looking at the screenshots my impression is that the Finder is exactly the same as the "old" one. Does this mean that one of the secret feature is a completely new Finder?

    (btw.. other screenshots of leopard and in particular XCode and Xray: http://www.macinquirer.net/page0/page0.php)




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  • FireStar
    Nov 15, 04:10 PM
    Very nice watch.

    Heh, and people are flipping out over a $250 Burberry shirt.
    OH MY GOD!!! :eek::eek::eek: That's ridiculous!




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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 16, 07:07 AM
    No one is pissing over google's work. It was a response to one of your s*****[censored] comments, here:

    Don't remove the :rolleyes:, it indicates the sarcasm in that comment. I was pointing out to the guy the fallacy of his argument in diminishing Google's work that he was also diminishing Apple's work on OS X.

    I believe both companies have a lot of merit for what they did. I'm not pro-anything or anti-anything here. The point of my comment was to say that Apple and Google put in a lot of effort into making their OSes.

    Now you're arguing what exactly aside from just wanting to insult me ?

    You replied to a person who was talking about ChromeOS being just a giant browser which is absolutely true.

    Absolutely true ? When did Web browsers start to do process scheduling, user input, graphical sub-systems, GUI frameworks, hardware interaction, etc.. etc..

    Chrome OS is much more than a browser, it's very much a OS who's desktop environnement happens to be a Web browser, rather than a file explorer like Finder.

    Again, let's drop the Google hate. It has no place in this thread. Why do you insist on beating on them ? Leave the corporate politic between Steve and Eric (now Larry) and let's discuss OS X some.




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  • IndyGopher
    Apr 14, 10:42 AM
    "iX" = "Ix", which is the nickname for the character Ford Prefect in the book "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".

    Obviously, the new Apple device is either a digital watch or a towel.

    I see that name, and I think of Dune, not HHGG. Ix is the planet where all the cool machines & gadgets are made.




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  • justflie
    Oct 19, 09:10 AM
    Regardless of why they made the money, AAPL is up $5 right now. Not too shabby, almost to $80 a share




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  • quigleybc
    Jul 25, 12:06 PM
    I'll believe it when I see it...:rolleyes:




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  • bushido
    Apr 24, 06:49 AM
    god what is it with the US and their billion different frequencies




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  • stevegmu
    Jan 30, 05:23 PM
    \. Our military occupies over 200 countries, .

    *Twilight Zone music playing...*




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  • bousozoku
    Jul 11, 01:19 AM
    Apple never intended for iWork to compete with MS Office. Apple merely wanted to fill a niche for those AppleWorks users who didn't need a full blown behemoth Office Suite like MS Office.

    It is only the die-hard Apple users that detest MS Office who are suggesting that iWork is a replacement for MS Office.

    I have been using Pages and Keynote since Day One. Pages One was almost worthless in my book. Apple should have given away Pages v2 to those who suffered through version 1. Keynote was interesting and useful from version one but still lags significantly behind PowerPoint.

    Both Pages 2 and Keynote now make a nice little package at $79.00 for those users who don't need to work in an MS Office environment and don't need all of the revision, collaboration, and integration tools of MS Office.

    But come on, let's get real. iWork doesn't really come close to what is offered by a professional business suite like MS Office. It's like saying, Photshop Elements is a replacement for Creative Suite 2.:eek:

    Photoshop Elements 4.0 is a capable replacement for Photoshop CS2 for a lot of people, even professionals. It depends on what you're doing with it.

    I've used various word processors since writing my own in the early 1980s and MS Word 4.0 was quite nice but Microsoft kept adding so many features that it's become haphazard and troublesome. It is counter-productive for a lot of people, especially when you have to revise previous documents.

    Pages 2 is a useful release but it's not final. To discount it or iWork totally is not reasonable.




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  • heron88
    Apr 4, 03:27 PM
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  • thisisahughes
    Apr 22, 04:41 PM
    Samsung gets on my nerves.




    weitzner
    Jul 24, 04:56 PM
    i have a mighty mouse for my iMac, and i've never had a problem with the scroll ball "sticking" or recognizing right clicks. i like it a lot and i am quite psyched for this.




    LegendKillerUK
    Apr 14, 01:09 PM
    I noticed it right away mate, and I thought I was being a little pernickety until I noticed more people cropping up in threads here and especially on the Apple discussion forums.

    If Apple had added features to iOS 4 over the 4.1-4.3 updates which would explain degraded performance, then fair enough, but Home Sharing and Personal Hotspot are the biggest new feature in the iOS 4 updates, and I don't honestly don't think for one second anyone is stupid enough to believe either impact the way the iPhone UI animates.

    Anyway, I've restored to 4.3.2 via iTunes and while the stock apps run perfectly, the real test is when the device has a load on it, so I'm going to install some third party apps and see how things go.

    Here's an advance hint ... it'll be the exact same as 4.3.2.

    Good I'm not alone mate, I notice while the device is hooked to AC power you generally get better performance although games still result in 'pops'.

    It seems to develop a few hours after you've setup apps. etc how you like, but just after a restore you'd forgive them for fixing it.

    It's that fit and finish that I hate my device loosing for no good reason. They did add a new animation element when opening and closing apps in that the background now fades black, I'm guessing it's that addition that's causing these problems.




    nefan65
    Apr 12, 09:52 AM
    Well. You have answered my questions and thank you for that.

    This is all the argument that I could ever hear from my colleagues who are not pro-apple or are anti-apple.
    This is what you would here from an android fanboy as well.

    I really like android. The reason I have Nexus S; though I was forced to some extent.

    For me, there's no way for an android phone over an iPhone. In the US? Yes due to carrier interference but not otherwise.

    OK? :D

    Yes, can't really comment on non-US stuff. I'm sure overseas that the carriers are better, regarding updates, etc. At least that's what I hear...




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    lmalave
    Oct 18, 05:02 PM
    Wow, amazing how emotional people always get whenever I make a statement that could sound slightly anti-iPod... I know you love your iPod and all (I am very fond of mine myself), but over the last few years Apple has been focusing a dispropotional amount of energy into their cute little gadget which has massively boosted their profits. For those of us that don't salivate over all things iPod, I think this is too bad.

    That is all.

    I don't even *own* an iPod, but I still think you're off base and aren't seeing the big picture. Thank goodness the people that run Apple don't think like you. Apple is focusing on these gadgets (iPod, Airport/AirTunes, iTV, iPhone) that aren't even Mac-centric, because they are *immensely* adding to Apple's reputation for innovation, style, and ease-of-use. These are attributes that translate directly to marketing the Mac. The iPod halo effect has been slow in coming but it *is* real. And it's soon to be followed by the iTV and iPhone halo effect. I think Apple will continue to make gains in the home market with their MacBooks. And maybe the iTV will help the Mac Mini take off as a media center computer. iMacs and Mac/Book Pros are always going to be a tougher sell because of their higher cost. But it's Apple's success in the broader consumer market that is allowing it to also stay in the niche high-end computer market...



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