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  • Zepaw
    Apr 13, 09:18 AM
    I'm holding off on the ipad. I really like it and I'm not waiting for some future specs. I just am not sure I have enough need for it to spend that kind of cash. I have a three year old laptop and I think I'd rather save a little more money and get a new laptop than add an ipad to my collection. And I think the needs of an ipad are not that great for me right now.

    I think if I were to buy one it would be as a gift for my parents. You know these are ideal for people in the family who do not really need a full computer but you'd like to have the ability to interact with on-line. You can set it up with your own computer and occasionally update it for them. It looks to be a lot less of a headache to manage for someone who is not tech savvy than a full computer.

    Ditto on all counts, especially if the 3yo laptop is a MBP.





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  • Jason Beck
    Jun 18, 03:49 PM
    Something I'd like to see is a rackmount SDXC RAID array. Think how many sd slots would fit in a 1U array. I know, probably won't happen, but still interesting to see.

    That right there gave me a headache thinking about it. Jeeze...





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  • batchtaster
    Apr 6, 01:24 AM
    It's not about figuring it out. It's about having a computer period. A normal person doesn't own multiple computers. He owns a computer. He might not even have bought it himself, and certainly won't maintain multiple computers (nor will the person who gifted the computer). So once the tablet is the normal person's computer, it's going to be the only one he's using. Telling him he needs a second computer just to use his primary computer is unacceptable.

    This is not what you originally said. You said "unless every normal person has a tech friend/relative to keep the tablet working/updated" which is something else altogether, about personal ability. Why else would they have to be a "tech friend". If it was only about having one "period" then any dumbo friend/relative with a computer would do.

    When tablets are mature enough to be stand-alone, they will be. Just like Mac OS X initially ran most things in Classic. Now, where is Classic?

    You can get apps without a computer. You can get music without a computer. You can get TV shows and movies without a computer. You can get mail without a computer. You don't actually need to sync anything. If you do not have anything to transfer over anyway (your "it's going to be the only one he's using" scenario), then you don't need a desktop.

    The computer is needed only if, hey, you might have some stuff already that you might want to use, instead of starting from scratch - but if you don't, then you activate the device once and you're done - or to back the device up or restore it, because, well, where else are you going to back it up? It's like complaining that you have to have a server or external drive to backup your computer. Everything's gotta go somewhere.





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  • Darkroom
    Apr 16, 06:53 PM
    way to stand by your principles by resubmitting :rolleyes:



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  • JaSuS
    Aug 19, 02:44 PM
    I don't understand all the bad push back for this new feature.

    I'm walking down inner city and notice Jane is at the local coffee shop, I'll say hi. I'm at the concert with a buddy, and notice Brad is there too. I just entered this really neat cupcake place, I want to let my FRIENDS know.

    If you're freaked out a creeper may know your location, why are you friends with them?

    All the positive to this new, cool feature - and everyone says is - this will track your every move and people will kidnap you and break into your house, blah blah blah.

    I agree my friend......you might just catch Jane in a vulnerable position of getting laid !!!!





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  • matticus008
    Mar 20, 03:27 PM
    All of these comments miss the point of what the announcement is about, institutional purchases. This is about school's buying large quantities, and really, since I have a hard time imagining that a University would be buying 10 packs of iPods .
    Apple does sell iPods in institutional packs.
    We've asked several Apple representatives "if I buy a class set of 32 ipods, and I want to use a paid app, how many copies does the school need to buy,
    You need to talk to the developer, not to Apple. The App Store doesn't do volume licensing, because it's a consumer resource. The developer will either give you codes for each device or arrange to provide you with a master for site licensing, in which case you'll have to go the enterprise deployment route that Apple offers for large organizations.


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  • adroit
    May 2, 11:12 PM
    But thankfully we won't waste more of taxpayers money on elections until 2015!

    No, we'll just waste it on war, revenge based justice, intolerance and lining the pockets of the rich.

    That's much better:rolleyes:





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  • OneMike
    Aug 20, 09:32 AM
    I must say though, for criminals...things are looking up.


    If you add friends and family only then shouldn't be a problem. If it is then you need to pick your friends more carefully and family you associate with.

    I remember when Twinkle and some other twitter apps use to broadcast your location.



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  • liavman
    Apr 26, 02:17 AM
    Thanks kainjow. That gives me an idea. I need to fly back to Chicago. There is this black hole period between 6 to 11 P.M. pacific where no flights leave for Chicago (because departures during that time put the landing time in Chicago when the airport there is closed for landing.) I need to leave before that, take the red-eye, or leave Saturday. If most of the stuff will be done by 2 or 3 P.M. then I can try for that last flight before the black hole sets in.

    When do they publish the actual schedule as to what happens on each day?





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  • pugnut
    Jan 4, 09:53 AM
    Whoever advised them to not put the maps onboard and download as needed, needs to be fired- poor decision.



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  • Twe Foju
    Apr 24, 11:24 AM
    - Thunderbolt ( most likely )

    - Backlit Keyboard ( Unlikely )

    - AMD combo ( Chip + GPU )

    - Upgradeable Ram ( at least 6gb )

    - More SSD option ( 512 pretty pleasee )

    - Black Color MBA :D





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  • MarkyMark
    Oct 24, 01:41 PM
    i really wonder: why not "made in america" or "made in europe"? :confused:

    They do (or at least certainly did three years ago, and I think still) make a lot of macs in Ireland. Macs made there have serial numbers which start CK. Apple were one of the top two employers there last time I heard (can't remember if they or Guinness were the biggest).



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  • kirk26
    Apr 5, 11:08 AM
    Oh no! I looks like an iPod Touch! Down vote!!! :rolleyes::rolleyes:





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  • sundayx
    Apr 5, 11:34 AM
    Like a touchpad wouldn't it be possible for it to recognize what is a tap and what is just touching to the surface? i.e. it would only initiate a command based on a quick touch and release.



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  • zap2
    Apr 29, 12:54 PM
    It stands to reason that people would drive less. So the projected mileage tax revenue wouldn't be what they say and the already in-place gasoline tax would be less useful because people are driving less. Privacy issues aside, this is a dumb idea. Politically speaking you're not going to win many hearts and minds by taxing the lower and middle classes like this.

    It shouldn't be about winning political points, it should be doing whats right for our country. Either way a high gas tax is a win, we either get more money to fix our roads or we cut down on greenhouse gases. Its really a win/win.

    And yes, some driving can be cut down, but not all of it. Plus a large chuck of driving is required, many people live in suburban areas and need to drive to work.





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  • Willis
    Mar 26, 04:04 PM
    I really don't think it's an iPad. Given how it appears to be a bright and sunny day and how much light can be seen reflecting off of most other surfaces, the "iPad's" surface seems too matte.

    iPad case?



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  • lord patton
    Nov 14, 01:03 PM
    With their proprietary dock connector becoming ubiquitous in cars and airplanes, it's only a matter of time before the government uses anti-trust law to crack down on Apple. Not because they really believe iPod dominance threatens the "public good" (whatever that is), but because it will be a way to extort protection money from Apple (i.e. campaign contributions) and sell government services (regulatory predation) to their competitors.

    IMO





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  • MacFreak2011
    Apr 5, 11:42 AM
    I hope the next gen iPod touch has a smart cover like the iPad. Thatd be adorable :P





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  • evilgEEk
    Sep 1, 01:20 AM
    Anything asthetically new in this version, or perhaps some new small features?
    Probably just stability issues and whatnot. Although if there are any new things I'm sure we'll hear about it soon enough. :)

    I can't wait until Leopard!!





    WoFat
    Apr 1, 08:59 AM
    Viacom? Oh the humanity! Anyone watch it? Anyone miss it? Anyone Care?





    dethmaShine
    Apr 19, 09:50 AM
    Looks absolutely f... f... f... NO. TRUE. :D





    gingerbreadboy
    Nov 21, 06:27 PM
    first post!

    i'm working on my ph.d. in applied physics and our lab researches thermoelectric materials. there is no known material yet that is 30 % efficient, as the article claims. the most common material used in refrigerators (Bi2Te3) is only ~ 5 % efficient. a lot of money is being poured into this field to increase the efficiency, but so far the enhancement has been incremental. companies like general motors want to use the seebeck effect of thermoelectric materials to convert waste heat in automobiles back into electricity. 60% of the energy generated from gas is wasted as heat. NASA has been using thermoelectrics for years as RTG's to power deep space probes. i'd love one to be in my laptop, but the efficiency is being overstated here. it's suspicious. and the small dT values from the chip to the air would also be small, so very little voltage could be generated. although, i heard a rumor that some companies were looking into powering a liquid metal (InGa) liquid coolant system with the computers own waste heat. who knows.





    CubusX
    Mar 13, 09:50 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8F190)

    New iOS update, same old story. With all the time it takes Apple to release these updates, will they ever get it right,





    neildmitchell
    Sep 15, 02:11 AM
    I'm weird. They are going to cut a 6-inch hole in my back and remove one of my lamina and a disc, and I'm worried about anesthesia.

    Derrrr...
    yowzers ! :(



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