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  • a.phoenicis
    Apr 11, 07:50 PM
    You guys are clearly missing the point of this... It is not at all the same thing as the silly 3D movies, where you put on special glasses and get to see things jumping out at you...

    This is a 2D image that is simulating depth and parallax perspective in real time based on your movements in the world.

    What this means is that unlike any of the 3D effects you see in movies, you can actually move your head to the side and look behind things.

    This is way more of a "true" 3D effect than what you get in the movies... That's more of a bass-relief... you never get to see anything that isn't already baked into the image.

    With this effect, if there's something in your way, you can move to the side and see around it.

    This is really awesome.

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  • Friscohoya
    Apr 5, 06:08 PM
    Apparently so. On a side note, a carbon fiber or rubbarized back would have been better for the ipad. Either lighter or more durable (shows less wear).

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  • Transporteur
    Mar 21, 09:32 AM
    That is false information. The X1900 is over 25% faster in every category.

    Oh right. I forgot that the x1900 existed for the G5 as well. It is indeed quite a bit faster.

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  • gnasher729
    Apr 27, 10:43 AM
    Unless they've bought map data from Navateq or TeleAtlas, I strongly doubt Apple has enough time to map the entire world. If anything, because of the huge number of people using iPhones, it's perfect for creating an aggregate map of traffic data which no other company could do (besides Google i suppose).

    The USA has the longest road network at about 4 million miles. There are probably 40 million iPhone users in the USA. So that is 1/10th of a mile per user. If mapping the USA cost $10 per mile of road then the cost would be one dollar per user. I'd invest a million or two in writing some really clever software to analyse GPS data and let iPhone users collect all the necessary data, then professional drivers just following all the mapped roads to fix errors.

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  • CuppyCake
    Mar 25, 04:23 PM
    My ship date hasn't changed but the status has changed to prepared for shipment. As you can see I ordered it on the 11th and the whole time it has been listed with an April 1st ship date. So my best guess is that it is waiting for Mr Factory Guy to get in Friday morning and hand off the latest pallets of tablets to Mr Shipping Guy.

    I was looking at www.appleordertracker.com, and it appears that orders with engraving included were taking longer. I ordered 3G AT&T; someone else ordered the same a day later, w/o engraving, iPad shipped.

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  • blunderboy
    Aug 20, 01:34 AM
    Can't stand Budweiser/Miller Lite/any of that stuff. My favourite beers are from local breweries or are European. Most of the time, I find myself drinking Heineken or Stella.

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  • MacFly123
    Oct 5, 12:39 PM
    Yes. Are you also aware that it isn't going to run the kind of software that I was pointing out in my post. Also they do offer an external superdrive for that.

    You are not going to be running pro apps on an Air.

    That doesn't change the solutions they provided in the Air to compensate for no optical drive. The external option being one of those solutions.

    So what is it you don't understand about how Apple could build computers without optical drives while still providing solutions to do the things people need and want to do with them when they have already done this? Just because the MacBook Air isn't powerful enough to run FCS etc. doesn't mean that the solutions they provided are void.

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  • usptact
    Apr 7, 02:03 AM
    I see that there are lots of angry people over there. Especially because of Outlook in this Office 2011. I don't use Outlook, but Word and Excel are my tools. I can say that i got almost no annoyances when working with them...

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  • uwoelfel
    Nov 15, 02:01 PM
    Update: Yesterday everything worked with my DVD drive - today everything is the same as before! It won't play some of my DVDs - how strange is that? It seems that the reset made the DVD drive accept DVDs again, but only for a limited time :-(
    Does anybody else in this forum have the same problem? Is there any soft fix, or does my MBP have to get ripped apart and receive new parts?

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  • St8kout
    Jun 9, 04:39 PM
    I will definitely pre-order on June 15. No way am I going to camp out for a store opening to get one. I got enough of that from camping out for concert tickets back in the day. We would be about 30th in line, and when you got to the ticket window the only seats available were in the nose-bleed section off to the side as all the good seats were pre-sold to people with connections.

    I do have to wonder why so few for each store. I seem to remember reading something about Apple ordering 23 million of them. But then again, there's the free media coverage of people standing in line outside the stores to get one, just like with the ipad.

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  • smugDrew
    Apr 12, 03:42 AM
    Seems bleeding obvious really.

    Anyway, what's more important to me is - when is the new MBA coming :eek:

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  • Clive At Five
    Nov 17, 09:25 AM
    oh, HELL no. Please don't tell me you're serious. Can you actually imagine someone carrying around a portfolio of these plates to lay on their computer? That's worse than an 8" floppy!!!

    If the bottom half of the device is a touchscreen, you don't have to use physical overlays. You could expand on the concept of the Nintendo DS.

    Unfortunately the patent specifically stated "Mechanical overlay" with no mention of a touch screen. I agree, that would be the way to go in order to implement it, but the patent says nothing of the sort.


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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 8, 12:19 AM
    I didn't vote for anyone except obama, i was born here. Didn't vote for russian anything. Although my great babushka was in the KGB. We have a cute little picture of her in her leather jacket with a gun and cigar in her mouth, god rest her soul! And America DOES have a culture, it's a mix of all cultures and their influences and contributions, part of the reason my family loves an appreciates this country so much. And as much as i like holuptsi and pierogi, i'd take me a good old bacon cheeseburger with cajun fries from five guys over any of that!


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  • ManWithhat
    Jan 22, 02:26 AM
    The link is below (has a bunch of sizes), but I noticed for some reason there's a 1 pixel white line on the right side of the picture that I had to manually remove. Just a heads up.


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  • technicolor
    Oct 14, 03:22 PM
    Well my school is 100% Mac, and I happen to go to one of the top art colleges in the country. We also get better discounts than the normal edu store and have our own Apple rep.

    Beat that Princeton!:p

    But in all reality, this is great news. I also dont see any reason to distinguish between a born mac user and a "switcheur". That is just silly.

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  • v66jack
    Apr 5, 05:27 AM
    I think some people are forgetting other elements are involved with the creation of a phone model. Sure, Design has a lot to do with it, as does the supply of parts.

    But Apple isn't just some backstreet hack knocking up burgers, reliant on the supply of produce that will match their recipe.

    The product releases are scheduled. In the consumer electronics business, the technology needs to progress rapidly, rolling old products into obsoleteness.

    Deals related to parts would be in place more than months ahead. Chances are, the iPhone 5 was already beginning testing before the iPhone 4 was released.

    Which means, even at prototype level or pre-production sample, the components would have been available long beforehand. You think they knock off 5 million iPhones between announcement date, and release date with complete faith in shipping schedules?

    Deals relating to the supply of these parts are made long in advance. Manufacture for the iPhone 5 would have already been getting ramped up, and the need to have the new product available at, or around the existing schedule would be vital. And they wouldn't be taking chances. It's crucial in the IT industry.

    +1. I can't watch one of Apples keynotes without thinking how hard it must be to get so excited and passionate about a product which has more than likely been kicking around the office for a couple of years.

    The ability Steve has to be so convincingly in telling us that this product is magical and revolutionary when he knows exactly what's coming up in the next couple of years, and how bad this device is in comparison. I find it very immpessive.

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  • grapefruitmoon
    Sep 30, 09:51 AM
    Hummm. If that is true then that's a major bummer. If I can't access any of the Sky channels then what's the point? :o

    I was just about to download when I read your post.

    So anyone else know if it only works via the Tuner connection?

    OK I just had a wee play around with it there. I've managed to get the composite connection streaming Sky channels to my iPhone, but it's not ideal. I had to go to live TV and stream from the digital channel...when that was playing, I changed the EyeTV on the Mac to view from composite...the stream then changed to what was coming through on there. Not sure if I'm missing something simple, but it does work! Obviously not much good if you want to watch TV when you do not have access to your Mac mind you...

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  • ShermDog
    Dec 2, 11:48 AM
    I saw a follow-up report on this (on CNN I believe). What the original report doesn't tell you is that the person doing the tracking requires some sort of device ID or code from the iPod before implementing the tracking process. The author of the report mentioned that you can only get this by opening up the iPod. If this is correct, it doesn't seem that people can track you without having physical access to your iPod first.

    On a positive note, this might be a good way to track your kids on family outings.

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  • Plutonius
    Sep 30, 12:09 PM
    Most people have dynamic IP addresses so how does EyeTV handle it when your IP address changes when you are watching it over the internet (not a local network).

    Apr 10, 08:03 PM
    I'll be reading it on my iPad 3! :D

    Dr Kevorkian94
    Apr 6, 09:28 PM
    Pshh I'm still on office for Mac I'm not spending a zillion on this. It's awesome but all I need is a simple word doc.

    Aug 21, 12:20 PM
    The way to go, IMHO, is buying a DVD (on Amazon) with an optional iPod download for a dollar extra. Mostly cheaper then $10 and we have it both.

    One of the things I'm most curious about Apple making movies available for download is where the download fits into the consumption model, i.e., whether video downloads will be another release window or part of a current release window.

    The studios want to capture income off the same properties as many times as possible, but the trend has been toward shorter and shorter release windows to maximize on marketing dollars. (Wal-Mart went ape-crap when one of the studios tried to time DVD release to cable and satellite PPV.)

    I would like to see Apple position iPod movies as part of the a broader strategy for higher-resolution content, but I don't see them going for a model where you download the iPod version and get the DVD in the mail. Not when the model is changing away from DVD purchase/rental and toward a PPV model.

    Until Apple can figure out a way to provide HD quality with a reasonable download time -- ahem, Mac mini media center -- I think movies will be available only in the quality that TV shows are currently available.

    Apr 11, 03:14 PM
    Coupled with a higher res screen, this will be awesome, IMO.

    Apr 27, 01:21 PM
    The USA has the longest road network at about 4 million miles. There are probably 40 million iPhone users in the USA. So that is 1/10th of a mile per user. If mapping the USA cost $10 per mile of road then the cost would be one dollar per user. I'd invest a million or two in writing some really clever software to analyse GPS data and let iPhone users collect all the necessary data, then professional drivers just following all the mapped roads to fix errors.

    I'd be glad to contribute to fix GPS map errors - nothing bothers me more than trying to find an address that appears to be in an empty field. :p



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