Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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  • ampd
    Aug 3, 06:15 PM
    Will the keynote be streamed live?

    No, it will most likely be shown on apples sight 2 hours after its ending however MR will keep up with the details of the event.

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  • Starship77
    Apr 12, 01:21 PM
    Parabens Brasil! Um pais forte.

    Vai continuar a crescer com certeza!

    Nice portuguese! Are u brazilian?

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  • hiyel
    Sep 12, 02:21 PM
    I just installed it on my PC, restarted, and it said:
    "Quicktime 7.00d0 is installed, iTunes needs at least QT 7.1.3" where infact the setup file is supposed to install QT 7.1.3.
    Uninstalled, reinstalled and restarted several times but no luck...

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  • mackarone
    Jan 11, 12:53 PM
    Maybe an inflatable Mac?

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  • rand0m3r
    Nov 8, 06:19 AM
    US finally down w00t!

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  • sierra oscar
    Nov 8, 08:43 AM
    au shop is now up!

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  • AtHomeBoy_2000
    Aug 4, 11:16 AM
    Actually it was announced at last years WWDC. And I'm pretty sure that is final since they changed it from what they showed perviously. ;)


    Here ya go, I did a little updating ;)

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  • uruseiranma
    Apr 17, 02:32 PM
    Figured it sounded too good to be true.

    I checked with the Best Buy in my neighborhood, and I'm #3 on the list of iPad2 reserves for the 32gb/Wifi-only. Figured if I didn't receive a call from them today, they didn't get jack.

    The thing that's just bugging me is I've spent 3 weeks trying to sell my 16gb ipad 2 AT&T model on eBay, and I still can't sell this turkey in the US! This must be some cosmic joke that is telling me, 'Hahaha! You paid more for your 32gb iPad2...you're never going to be able to make enough extra to pay off your guilt!!"

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  • bsheridan
    Jan 11, 02:53 PM
    Its gotta be wireless (insert)!

    I don't know what though..

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  • szsiddiq
    Nov 8, 09:49 AM
    I'm guessing they did that so they could use the same adapters for both. The laptop itself still has a 60W ps.

    huh, ur probably right

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  • oMc
    Oct 25, 10:22 PM

    Left to Right : HP 2009v 20" monitor, HK Soundsticks II, 2.4GHz 20" iMac, Shure SRH240 Headphones, Beats By Dre. Studio Headphones, Magic Mouse, 32GB WiFi iPad + Universal Dock

    Are you satisfied with your Beats by Dre ?

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  • PinkyMacGodess
    Apr 17, 07:58 PM
    My local BestBuy told me that 'Apple gave them the finger' and they have ZERO iPad 2's in their inventory at all. None.

    Some 'special event'...

    They offered to 'reserve' one for a $100.00 down payment. Yeah, sure...

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  • mrweirdo
    Oct 29, 01:31 AM
    Just my luck I was gona take my macbook in for RSD tomorrow to get the heatsink replaced and now they come out with this fix. There is defiantly something wrong with the hardware though(i believe the heatsink has burned through some of the wires) besides the random shutdown when my system is at idle my fans will kick in suddenly at full speed then run for about a minute that fast or sometimes cut out completely then start up again. Something that it never did before rsd developed.

    I bet if i take it in tomorrow they will just tell me to apply this update which does nothing to solve the damage that has already been done to my macbook. My guess this is a fix apple has done to get them out of the 1 year warranty period were the macbook will then develop further hardware problems. Then you will have to pay out of pocket to get it fixed unless you buy apple care. Also this temporary patch helps them sell more apple care subscriptions.

    All i can say is i better not have hardware issues after my year is up or I'm done with apple :(

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  • HMFIC03
    Mar 28, 01:10 PM
    Man, Apple keeps getting lower and lower. First Walmart, now this?

    The closest apple store to my town (population 48k) is over a hour away - we have two radio shacks. How is this low? an elitist much? This is great! - Ipad 2's are the same price everywhere, except AAFES where its $10 cheaper and tax free. - Now many people can save their hard earned money as gas approaches $4 a gallon under this administration. Besides some people have radio shack credit cards -and earn rewards. They may prefer to buy from there.

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  • tigress666
    Apr 18, 11:06 AM
    Here's everything you need to know about Best Buy: When they were selling 6 foot HDMI cables for $70, claiming that it cost that much to produce them, I bought a 50 footer on-line for $75. And yes it's still working, five years later. Before anyone jumps on Monster for the overpricing, my on-line distributor told me at the time that he could buy the same Monster cable that BB was selling at $70 for $24. Still too much, for sure. But assuming that BB gets even better volume pricing than him, they were selling it for at least a 200% markup.

    Rant complete. I feel better now... :D

    As much as I really hate Best Buy (I will not give them a dime of my money, and it has been like this since 2001/2), I wouldn't hold this against them. They will price something they feel the market will pay. A lot of the items they sell are not ones they can make much, if any money on (laptops, computers, stuff like that. Their costs are high on those that they can't really price them higher than what they pay). So they have to make up for it in the peripherals which are dirt cheap but they can get people to pay a lot more for. Pricing isn't about only charging a little more extra than what you pay, it's about what people will pay and what will actually get you a profit enough to run the business.

    My roommate worked for CompUSA 10 years ago and their employee discount was that they paid what CompUSA paid for stuff. The discount was pretty much non existant on computers cause of that reason.

    So, why do you go there.

    Must have been there 4-5 times over the last 10 years. The place "feels" creepy. The sales personnel rarely knows what they are talking about and their pricing is usually too high.

    They feel like the old car dealer ships, where from the moment you come in the start licking their chops:-)

    Good thing we have online shopping!

    Pretty much. It's too bad that Best Buy is one of the few places these days to go to look at computer stuff, it's still nice to go to the brick and mortar store. I'm lucky I at least have a Fry's relatively close (with gas prices though they're far enough to be costly to get to :( ).

    But yeah, I don't shop there. I will occasionally use them to go look at a product. Last time I was in there was to check out the Nintendo 3DS. I get the feeling Best Buy isn't doing so well. Half their lights were out (like how stores will put the lighting when the store is closed and it is only employees, but this was middle of the day) and it really made it feel dingy.

    I hate to tell them, but I think that's a big thing that helped killed Circuit City. When they weren't doing well they started not updating the interior of the store, and doing stuff that made it look dingy and unfun to shop at. You don't want your store to look like it's doing badly.

    (and I'm just spiteful enough that if they do go out of business, I'm hoping it is their cruddy customer service chasing customers away that bit them in the a**. It will be more disappointing if it was just not being able to compete with online places - maybe it will be a combo of both. Not being able to compete with prices and having crappy customer service that doesn't convince people it's worth the extra price).

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  • mfr1340
    Mar 28, 04:03 PM
    So Walmart is full of obese hillbillies?

    I bought my iPad 2 at Walmart: 7 folks in line, 15 iPad 2's. Everyone was very nice. Im a 24yr old 6'2'', 190lb Systems engineer(with all my teeth)...and I shop there all the time. Dont hate...

    I went to walmart on launch day at 4pm I was #5 in line and they had 6. Best Buy had 40 in line. I was out of there by 5:05 with my 64 gig wifi. I ordered one for my wife on line I got a 5 week date. They sent my cover right away, and took full payment from my debit card. Thats why they should send the ordered ones before they open to another chain.

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  • jimN
    Nov 8, 07:51 AM
    Sigh, I dont like the way Apple configure models to get you to spend more to get features that should be standard.

    512Mb RAM and a Combo Drive which probably costs them 50p

    Most people ship with 512mb in their base laptops at the moment and as for the combo drive the vast majority of us never even think about burning a dvd. Better to release a cheaper model and offer the user the chance to upgrade than price people out with unrequired features - although obviously a gb of ram would be handy.

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  • scarlson
    Mar 29, 08:16 PM
    I think that this is as likely as the idea of an iRod...

    Got to see this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmhBv-KwtBY&feature=player_embedded)

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  • hazza.jockel
    Oct 9, 01:10 PM
    It would have been good to see Master Chief...

    Master Chief is in the game. You just have to know where to look ;)

    Sep 6, 08:43 AM
    I believe the GeForce 7600 GT is on par with the X1800 GT, faster in some cases, slower in others. It's a pretty good graphics card. I would just like to see the GeForce 7600 GT bump out the 7300 GT on Mac Pro.


    So, the 7600 GT card should be a good gaming card.

    I mean, I am still looking for a replacement of my dead gaming PC, and thought the Mac Pro too expensive (don't need all 4 Cores) for my Mac needs + PC gaming needs together.
    But this 24" iMac, is en excellent computer for my combined needs! (I am sure, I am not the only one who wants the Mac for every day stuff, and a PC just for gaming....)

    Mar 14, 09:06 PM

    Anonymous Freak
    Aug 3, 05:57 PM
    If Boot Camp is supposed to be one of the biggest new features, where is identification of it on the poster?
    I see on the Far Left Top corner 'Universal' but not boot camp. I finf this strange.
    Does that Universal Logo mean more then just PowerPC+MacIntel? Maybe Mac+PC? 'virtualization'?

    Since Parallels came out, Apple has been downplaying Boot Camp. (In the "I'm a Mac and a PC" ad, they even now say "Purchase of Parallels required" rather than "Windows", where it implied to use Boot Camp. So before it implied using Boot Camp, now it implicitely mentions Parallels.)

    We won't see Apple embracing run-in-place Windows apps on OS X. It just involves TOO MUCH TESTING! (Heck, OS/2 actually ran a copy of Windows, and it was flaky at running Windows apps.)

    Jan 11, 05:03 PM
    Figure a new umpc, maybe a tablet, and make it always connected via some new 3/4G network. They'll make a tiny device that people will always carry.

    This is my guess too. Very small notebook with built in 3G from AT&T. Data plan available for $20 a month or included with your iphone cell plan.

    I seem to remember something coming up a few weeks ago where AT&T was thinking about offering their data plan as a standalone option and this would certainly fit.

    Aug 2, 08:45 PM
    It's just a typical security report. Get your panties out of a bunch and have a glass of water.

    I think the issue here is that this story has been a big deal in the tech world all day (it was in the Post and had a front page story on CNet) and all of those stories make a big deal about it being an Apple vulnerability.

    Then we see he's using a combination of hardware and software that I reckon not a single Mac user has installed, and it all seems a little, um, faux.


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