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  • corywoolf
    Nov 27, 01:30 PM
    This may pave the way to larger wide-screens.
    I would love to see a 40" widescreen.

    I know you originally said 30" and then edited it before I could post. I doubt there will be a 40" any time soon. It is more likely that Apple introduces a 32" LCD TV and probably a 42" Plasma.

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  • Evangelion
    Jul 20, 05:11 AM
    And, by the way, purchasing stocks based on price isn't very smart. I don't understand why you're singleling out Google just because it has a high stock price. It actually works against your point because it's a great stock-arguably better than Apple.

    Stock-price is irrelevant, what matter is the market-capitalization. Quite often I see people comparing two companies and saying stuff like "Company A has a shareprice of $50, whereas Company B has a shareprice of $60. Therefore Company B is better".

    I guess Berkshire Hathaway is the Capo di Tutti Capi of companies, since their shareprice is over 90.000 dollars!

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  • gnomeisland
    Apr 20, 02:28 PM
    2. HDMI out

    Why would be ever see this on an iMac? Mac mini, yes (it was overdue). iMac, never.

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  • AppleDroid
    Apr 19, 12:12 PM
    Honestly with the new Quad Core MBP lineup it makes much more sense to get a monitor and add it to your notebook than to get an iMac. (Unless you really need 16GB of ram vs 8GB).

    I can see one day only having the Mac Pro for those of use that need one (video editing, digital creation etc) and the high-powered MBP for those who don't want a tower.

    desktops are slowly but surely dying out. Notebooks are becoming more and more powerful and even moreso portable so what will an iMac offer that MacBooks won't have? Larger screen?

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  • KeriJane
    Apr 9, 04:56 PM
    Yes, I can drive manual.

    My father was too cheap to buy an automatic car and the cars I could afford when I was younger were all manual.
    I didn't actually start with a car. My first motor vehicle was a Yamaha 60, which was a full-sized motorcycle with a 60cc engine and a... manual transmission!

    1st car= 1968 SAAB 96 with 3 cylinders and a manual transmission! It was loads of fun and sounded like nothing else except maybe a very angry snowmobile.

    Nowdays, 2 of my last 3 Toyota Tercels were automatics. I wish for manual a lot as the autos are a bit sluggish and not as economical.

    Have Fun,

    PS. I may have a really fun manual car pretty soon.

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  • bellman
    Apr 19, 11:06 AM
    This is exactly the kind of rumors i've been waiting for:D:D:D

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  • homsar
    Apr 19, 11:04 AM
    A relatively predictable spec bump? Performance bumped to exceed the new MBPs (edit: i.e. Sandy Bridge), Thunderbolt replaces the Mini DisplayPort (could conceivably have two, but I doubt it), FaceTime HD. A RAM upgrade seems unlikely but possible. SSD option may or may not move to the MBA one, probably will (to consolidate stock). A new form factor seems unlikely given current precedent; new screen sizes also seem unlikely due to lack of rumours. They could conceivably bring back the 24" (common panel size would mean fewer rumours), but I doubt they will. Thinner profile (especially on the 27") is also conceivable. Maybe they'll make the Magic Trackpad standard? Free upgrade to Lion when it releases?

    Edit: As others have mentioned, a bumped GPU is obviously also on the cards.

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  • spine
    Nov 29, 01:56 PM
    I posted this a while ago - but I think Jobs was hinting that apple wants to be everywhere. iPod is a lifestyle product, as is the iTv.

    Apple has proven that they have a true understanding of the user experience, and can spread that halo wherever a user may go. Hence the iPod's success, and perhaps the iTv and phone future success.

    Bottom line, wherever there is media, apple wants to be there, showing everyone how to do it the best way.

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  • Mr-Stabby
    Apr 12, 09:05 PM
    As seen on one of the pics, there is also a bottle of water on the stage. A Steve Jobs trademark :) Any chance he could turn up?

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  • rmwebs
    Mar 25, 03:39 PM
    The original iPad is only just hitting 1 year old. At least put in the article the status of the game for the iPad 1...does it work...doesnt it?

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  • Spanky Deluxe
    Aug 6, 09:00 PM
    Haha, I love the digs at Vista. Vista's been getting so much bad press recently this is fantastic. They should simply have this ( video on repeat on screens throughout the event!!

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  • zoran
    Nov 27, 02:50 PM
    Well Apple should just first make a face lift in ACDs both specs and price and then lets all just start thinking about the new 17" wide lcd. Personally i dont give a sh@t about a such a small display, the 23" ACD suits my needs, only its price and its potentials dont!
    Damn it! :D

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  • fr4c
    Nov 23, 01:29 PM
    Oh you are making me hungry...

    Tires for the winter

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  • Yankee617
    Apr 21, 12:58 PM
    I could see this as a concern for politicians and celebrities whose locations might be used as fodder for tabloid gossip. Maybe a couple going through a divorce could use the data to substantiate an affair.

    Or you could use this information to supply an alibi... just leave your iPhone at home while you go to (distant Location-Y) to perform (nefarious Activity-2)... or lend it to (good Buddy-Beta) who testifies you were with him and the iPhone information supports this alibi.

    It helps to know the information is being collected... it even helps those who are not so innocent.

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  • rdowns
    Jul 19, 06:33 PM
    Here are historical Mac sales by quarter.

    1Q2000 - 1,377,000
    2Q2000 - 1,043,000
    3Q2000 - 1,016,000
    4Q2000 - 1,122,000

    1Q2001 - 659,000
    2Q2001 - 751,000
    3Q2001 - 827,000
    4Q2001 - 850,000

    1Q2002 - 659,000
    2Q2002 - 813,000
    3Q2002 - 808,000
    4Q2002 - 734,000

    1Q2003 - 743,000
    2Q2003 - 711,000
    3Q2003 - 771,000
    4Q2003 - 787,000

    1Q2004 - 743,000
    2Q2004 - 749,000
    3Q2004 - 771,000
    4Q2004 - 787,000

    1Q2005 - 1,046,000
    2Q2005 - 1,070,000
    3Q2005 - 1,182,000
    4Q2005 - 1,236,000

    1Q2006- 1,254,000
    2Q2006- 1,112,000
    3Q2006- 1,327,000

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  • econgeek
    Apr 12, 09:01 PM
    The basic process of "This is my source, this is my output" has been around as long as film editing.

    The variety of source formats is going to continue to expand. Sure, some common standards emerge, such as hard drives and flash media, but just because in the past there was only one origination and one output format doesn't mean that this is the way the process has to work, or is somehow intrinsically superior.

    The overall look of video editing, be it tape to tape, or the current (FC7) editing layout is more or less the same. In points, out points, etc.

    Yes, and that is my point. I grant that, in the early days, when computers were new and computer based editing was seeking adoption from an industry full of professionals who had been doing it the same way for 20-30 years-- it made a lot of sense to emulate the workflow that they were using.

    Now that computer editing has existed for a couple decades (give or take) the fact that it started out emulating the old methods is not, ipso facto, proof that it should continue to work the old ways.

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  • wmmk
    Jul 13, 11:17 PM
    Yeah! Since this guy doesn't want it, neither do the rest of us!
    Actually, he has a point. Bluray is not currently at a reasonable price, and doing away with combo drives would be a bigger deal than getting Bluray for at least 70% of users.

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  • aswitcher
    Nov 27, 01:19 PM
    Digi have such a poor track record I doubt this but if Apple can do something new with a 17" (inbuilt isight, portrait mode swivel, higher def than 1280x1024) then I might go nicely with the mini.

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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Sep 1, 01:23 PM
    I'm game. My Last generation iMac G5 is a dog compared to my MacBook on most things (adobe aside).

    23" would make me order that day. Hopefully they can ship same day as well.

    Mar 25, 04:55 PM
    This will make a great game even better.

    Aug 19, 11:29 PM
    Regardless of what Bluetooth will be meant for on the iPod -- Sirius, transmission to Bluetooth headphones, or just syncing with Bluetooth Macs -- what I'm looking forward to is a bigger screen. I think Bluetooth is a logical step since iMacs now have Bluetooth built in, but I don't expect iPods to go Bluetooth until at least 2 more major upgrades. First the larger screen, then Bluetooth, maybe. I am just crossing my fingers that when Apple does put Bluetooth in iPods, they don't eliminate other means of connectivity. Keep iPods compatible with non-Bluetooth Macs, Apple, please!

    Sep 1, 01:44 PM
    One more thing... they'll change the name from iMac to Mac, bringing a perfect symmetry to their product line-up:

    Mac Pro

    MacBook Pro

    It brings more symetry (but then you still need the MacBook Mini), but it would eliminate the "i", which appears to be an important trademark for Apple, as it is included in the name of many products.

    Dec 2, 06:51 PM
    ^ depressing but true. desktop computer hardware taking a back seat to iphones :( sad day

    having been to CES, it's about 100x cooler than macworld i must say. it may just be the perfect forum to drum up more business

    well apple isn't showing up to macworld anymore, right?

    Mr Fusion
    Apr 21, 10:27 PM
    ... Really? Since privacy issues don't seem to mean squat to some people here, mind handing over your credit card numbers, SSN's, compromising photographs etc. They uh, help improve my networks. ;)

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