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Marvin gave you a most excellent answer so I will try to fill in a bit.You do realize that an upgrade will force you to buy an external disk array system for those large storage arrays. This can significantly increase the cost of a Mac Pro purchase. You might want to consider keeping the current chassis and set it up as a file server when the new machine arrives. I actually see it as a bit disappointing that Apple hasn't come out with its own disk array system for the...
I have to bet that you are one of those people that upon seeing a woman being raped in a public park would look the other way! In effect this is what you are suggesting that people in his position, seeing wrong doing, should look the other way. That is not a way to sustain a free country.
I've heard the same thing from other sources, there is a real good chance that we won't see a new MBP until SkyLake ships. It makes sense really as it would address the lackluster CPU improvements seen in the Mac Book Pros of late. The MBPs are where CPU improvements are really needed.I would think that due to Airs great success that they would go to Broadwell as soon as humanly possible. However doing so without Retina may be an issue. We are seeing more and more...
So with all of this Intel confidence you would think that Broadwell based Air would be here by now. I may love my Apple products but I really hate how they drag out the introduction of refreshed and new products.
ARM is getting a lot of traction in industries not even related to tablets and light laptops. Intel has shot themsleves in the foot more than one way.Considering your list:actually I can remember open source efforts to do such a cell phone before iPhone hit the market. I can also remember Nokia just not getting a handle on software for their PDA. In other words the effort was inplace to change the world but nobody had the resources to get it right.i consider MS to...
Exactly! This is why I've been saying for months now that the SoC is the printed circuit board of the 1980's.Very few manufacutre have the product range that would really benefits rom going custom. That is why so many got to TI, Qualcom and others.Actually I thought that was another chip, M8 does however handle a lot of sensor I/O so who knows.
Apple has achieved rather high transistor densities in its latest processors, probably the most under reported tech news of 2014.Consider that Intels Broadwell is actually a multi chip module with a "bridge" chip in the package, in older chips that bridge chip is external. That right there is a lot of functionality that Apple builds into their SoC. So Apple is supporting a bunch of serial interfaces on its silicon to interface to the world and to internal hardware...
What he meant to do was to take focus off the rest of the world and keep the audience focused on his latest and greatest.
Do you even have a hint of what is involved in running a business? One fundamental is that you sell what you have not what you wish you had and certainly not what the competition has.Steve was effectively a master at selling what he had even if what he had sucked (PPC).
The 5C was for a. Long time the #3 selling cell phone behind Apples leading products that is a successful product.ThIs I tend to agree with. The technology just isn't there for a truly useful product. On the other hand I can see watches replacing cell phones in a few years.Baloney. The Mac line up has not changed significantly in years, that is actually a problem as the line up is a bit thin. Considering the volumes seen in cell phones the IOS product line...
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