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  • Lollypop
    Jul 24, 12:47 AM
    well there are two market share stats that are at issue here. one is hardware sales, and one is OS X usage.

    i.e. I have a mac mini, but it doesn't have X on it. It runs solely windows 2003 server with a couple of virtual servers on it also running windows 2003. It's dead quiet so i can run it in my room 24/7. so it's a hardware sale, but not using X.

    I built a macbook for a client running XP only since that's what is required for work. i think more and more we will see apple hardware being bought for use with windows -- people who like the aesthetics but prefer to continue to use their current software library and/or have work restrictions.

    -Wes

    This statement worries me, yes a increased market share is good, but in the end I want it to be for the entire platform, the hardware and OS X! I run Parrallels for a few ancient windows only games but even then I somehow feel like Im betraying my decision to use OS X, I just hope leopord is a big success and that more and more cool apps are writen to keep people trying OS X and not windows.

    Out of interest, why havn't you tried OS X server? Is there a specific reason you went with Windows 2003 server?




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  • etoiles
    Jul 28, 09:56 AM
    Competition is good...




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  • duklaprague
    Oct 24, 08:11 AM
    I'm probably not as hard core as a lot of you guys, but it seems a pretty good update to me.

    The low end MBP is now �1349 in the UK, that's a better spec than what �1699 would have got me yesterday. 1GB RAM finally as a starting point, HD up from 80 to 120 - things that I would have tried to stretch to the �1699 model until now.

    I'm probably not looking to replace my trusty G4PB until next year anyway - but I'm happy enough to see those pennies going further with each revision.

    The G4PB cost me �1999 back in Jan 04.

    Iain




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  • gandalf55
    Jul 25, 09:29 AM
    Do any of the physical Apple stores have these yet? I'm in Boston and would like to pick one up :)



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  • longofest
    Dec 1, 02:14 PM
    Apple definitely needs to get more serious about security. As more people start to buy Macs, more people will start to tinker and find holes. I hope Apple will rise to the challenge.

    My feelings exactly. Its bad enough that the vulnerabilities are "easy" to discover and puncture, but as the marketshare goes up, there is no doubt that we are going to get exploited more and more, and I really don't want our OS caught with its pants down by its ankles like Windows.

    Apple has a couple of advantages by being Unix based, but because its a hybrid kernel, like LMH said, they also get some inevitable vulnerabilities. They gotta get a bit more serious about auditing their code. For all of the problems MS has had, I will say this. At least they have already had them, and by now have gotten such an auditing system in place that "dummy" vulnerabilities don't get through in releases as easily.




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  • IJ Reilly
    Jan 26, 04:43 PM
    So, where is AAPL going from here? Hard to say... I'm currently "long" on AAPL, so obviously I'd like to see it go up. However, it's quite possible that it could go lower from here -- perhaps much lower (below $100 even). One of the most common valuation statistic for stocks is the price/earnings (P/E) ratio. Right now, AAPL's P/E is around 30. Compared to competitors like Hewlett-Packard (HPQ; p/e: 16) and Microsoft (MSFT; p/e: 21), AAPL's multiple is high. Over the last few years, AAPL's higher P/E has been justified because earnings have been growing much faster than the earnings of its competitors. And if earnings continue to grow robustly this year, the current high P/E will have been justified. However, if earnings stall, you could see the stock price fall rapidly.

    You can't tell much about where a company is going by looking at P/E, as by definition, this is a backwards-looking statistic. All of the companies you mention are growing far more slowly than Apple, which is why their trailing P/E ratios are lower. This is sort of what you said, but it's worth clarifying that you can't necessarily compare P/E ratios between companies with vastly different growth rates.



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  • Winnychan213
    Apr 14, 06:24 PM
    if someone actaulyl waited all this time for whtie iphone 4 than u really got problems XD

    Not if they update their cpu to A5, or hopefully upgrade the ram to 1GB as well.




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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 12, 10:27 AM
    The 2 things that convinced me:

    1) The use of 'and...and...and' a lot. Stammering: A hallmark of sarcasm.

    2) He then responded to one of my comments with a very thoughtful post (http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=12377088&postcount=26). Hardly the type of thing and actual Android-Troll would write.

    I was pretty sure based on #1 (do people really not know the stammering thing? I guess not!), but #2 was enough to make me certain.

    :D

    Cheers.



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  • Lennholm
    Apr 14, 09:27 AM
    But the question remains - why is "Mac" in the variable name? On an App Store that doesn't support any Macs.

    It could be nothing, a naming convention carried over, but it is odd.

    Yes, we don't know what conventions Apple use for placeholder names, it could be that ix.Mac is a prefix for ALL their placeholder names. The reason could be something as far fetched as 'ix' as in all i-devices, 'Mac' for everything derived from Mac OS X, could be no real reason at all.
    Many manufacturers use the term 'CPU' to referr to their entire computer branch of their business, which is also confusing since a CPU really is something very specific




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  • MBHockey
    Nov 3, 01:03 PM
    In Fusion, can you have more than the measly 8MB of vram that Parallels gives you to work with in Windows?

    CAD programs barely run with 8MB of vram.



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  • dba7dba
    Apr 13, 03:13 PM
    I don't want to join in the bandwagon of naysayers who think they know Apple very well because none of us actually do.

    Instead, I'll look at how it can possibly be true.

    First point: The iPhone was released amidst a sea of dumb smartphones but did this fact stop Apple from dominating and changing the market, so I a crowded market a deterrent to Apple to re-introduce TV to the world? NO

    Second point: The way TV is done by current competitors and Apple themselves, is that the focus is being heavily shifted to go through the web, which of course traditional media firms don't like. But what if you have an appliance that connects the way it did to traditional networks but once contents gets in you can control it the way you want. Apple is about user experience, maybe they have developed a way to make traditional TV more fun and interactive to use.

    Third point: Apple is an electronic appliance company now more than ever and have been eyeing on capturing the living room for a while now. The TV is the center of the living room and instead of plugging in on to one why not make an actual set, that way you cut out competition from more established appliance manufacturers?

    Fourth point: Apple already has a game console which is considered the hub of home entertainment, it's called iPad.

    So is it still impossible for Apple to bring out a TV? NO. So let's just wait for new information to come.


    Pls look at post #94. Numbers speak for themselves and they tell me Apple won't get into TV business. Who's going to pay 2k every 2 - 3 years for a TV?




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  • yellow
    Dec 1, 02:37 PM
    An interesting read in response to the kernel panic ability of the .DMG vulnerability:

    Guess what I found? Not only is lmh’s diagnosis completely incorrect, but the problem isn’t a security flaw at all, let alone a critical, highly critical, or warn-everyone-via-the-BBC type event.

    http://alastairs-place.net/2006/11/dmg-vulnerability/

    A very insteresting read.. most of which I only barely grasp. Object oriented programming just makes my eyes glaze thinking about it.. The gist:

    So, what have we learned:

    • It is not a memory overwrite bug.

    • It is not exploitable, except in that you can kernel panic a machine if you can persuade a user to double-click a damaged dmg file.

    • It is not, therefore, possible to use this bug for privilege elevation or to execute arbitrary code in the kernel.

    In fact, all lmh has found here is a bug that causes a kernel panic. Not a security flaw. Not a memory corruption bug. Just a completely orderly kernel panic. There aren’t even any processor exceptions involved; the path to the panic is perfectly normal non-exceptional code using ordinary function calls.


    AppleTalk: Who uses it, and why?

    No one.. and stangely it's now ON by DEFAULT in all the MacTels I've received lately. No idea why.



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  • rjheys
    May 3, 07:49 AM
    So with two thunderbolt ports can the 27" iMac now have two external displays?




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  • slidingjon
    Aug 18, 07:50 AM
    What's the next logical step in a computer interface? I used to say "Computer, show me the money" to open Quicken back in pre-OS X days. More of a gimmick than anything else, but imagine if the Finder and maybe even other apps became "speakable."

    Me: "Check mail"

    Computer: "You have nine new messages. Would you like me to read them?"

    Me: "No, thanks."

    (clicks on an email, reads message)

    Me: "Reply to this message"

    Computer: "Type or speak?

    Me: "Type"

    type-type-type

    Me: "Computer, I'd like to add a photo of the kids to this email."

    Computer: "iphoto has 6,813 pictures of the kids, which one would you like?"

    Me: "One from the birthday party last week."

    Computer: (a strip from iphoto appears) "Here are 23 from last week. I've highlighted the one where your wife fixed the red eye. Is that the one you want?"

    Me: "Yes, that will be fine."

    Computer adds the picture to stationery in the email, other pictures go away.

    Me: "Send the email"

    Me: "...and order me a pizza."

    This kind of thing can't be too far off. A 75 mhz Performa could do it in a rudimentary way. Imagine what a modern Mac may be able to do. "Speakeasy" has a nice ring to it.


    You watch too much Star Trek. It's still a computer, not a digital house servant. Although..... that would be pretty cool. "Computer, go make me a sandwich."



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  • ericinboston
    Apr 28, 12:57 PM
    Not surprising the iPhone 3GS was #2.

    Not surprising...because it sells for $49?

    If I were in the market for a smartphone and could choose a $49 iPhone 3GS vs. a $199+ iPhone 4 vs. a $199+ Android...I would very very seriously consider the 3GS since it is AT LEAST 4x cheaper...and in reality, does 99% of the iPhone 4 (I have the 3GS and as far as I can tell the 4 simply added Facetime and a front camera for facetime use).




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  • ThugZilla
    Apr 24, 10:26 AM
    I was planning to replace my Vibant on Tmobile with a Samsung Galaxy SII, but the iPhone will certainly change my mind.



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  • djpic
    Apr 28, 04:35 PM
    Everyone here seemed to have bought the black iphone 4 and now are buying the white iphone 4? I think that is stupid, why not just wait for iphone 5????

    Plus, you buy a white iphone then putting a case on it? lol, why not just buy a white case for your black phone? :confused:

    Sorry, I love apple products but these complains and (no offense) re-buyers of a $299+ product just for a color change is ridiculous. Plus is anyone out of contract yet? So you are renewing your contract and paying $299+ for old technology. :eek: This gives all us other apple enthusiasts a bad name (as being people without any common sense).

    How many are waiting for the 'nano colored' one???? :p




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  • nick004
    Oct 24, 09:05 AM
    No where on the sites does it mention 64-bit capabilities, unless i'm missing it. Can 64-bit be safely assumed?




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  • Christopher387A
    Apr 22, 05:54 PM
    That's hideous! :eek:




    ananasgroup
    Nov 20, 05:39 PM
    Hey guys,

    I might be a bit off topic here, but im gonna risk it anyways...

    I am a VS2005 c# developer (Compact Framework) and in the process of switching to Mac.

    I am currently working exclusivly on a Dell PC, and toying with the idea of throwing away that ugly piece of plastic, and getting a shiny new mac book pro.

    Now here is the thing : how do i keep the great performance i currently have on my Dell ? (bootcamp is out of the question since I do not want to keep booting my machine to check emails etc...)

    Will VMWare cut it ? I head some discussion on the poor performace Parallels has when it comes to disk access (compiling is disk intensive).

    Any thoughts ? did any one here try it ?




    15inchbrick
    Sep 30, 09:17 AM
    You have a point, but Apple didn't necessarily want an exclusive carrier. That does nothing for Apple's business. AT&T obviously paid for Apple's exclusivity.


    Um.... I am pretty sure that Apple gets a higher subsidy from having an exclusive carrier agreement, lowering the cost to their customers, yet still keeping margins on the device high.

    Someone to correct me if I am wrong.




    kasei
    Apr 22, 05:42 PM
    Wow! That is thin, almost too thin. I would be afraid to drop this thing or even press it to my face too hard. Moving the screen out to edge may result in a lot of broken units.




    rmhop81
    Apr 26, 02:46 PM
    Not sure what n "MBA" is :confused: - But I don't have a dedicated server, just my normal home PC that I have iTunes on that I already sync my iPhone to. I put it in SLEEP mode - it consumes almost no power unless it's gets "woken up" by the streaming app, after which it puts itself back to sleep. I never have an issue. It doesn't run 24 hours a day - only when I stream or am actually using it.

    Tony

    MacBook Air=MBA

    A lot of people nowadays only have laptops. I could understand if you have a desktop that you want to come on all the time or is on 24/7.




    MrChurchyard
    Apr 14, 05:14 AM
    Or just do away with iTunes entirely and choose which available (i.e. purchased) apps you want to install directly in App Store on the device. Let any backups be cloud or Time Machine based.
    The genius part of iTunes sync is that it does a lot in one go:
    - Backup
    - Check for OS updates and install them if available
    - Carrier updates
    - Sync apps
    - Sync media
    - Sync other infos
    (Also: Activation)

    I don't see the iTunes sync going away soon unless Apple can provide *all* and not just part of that (well maybe except media sync) as cloud solution, and for every user (=not a paid service).

    Would be great, but it's more complex than it sounds.



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