Originally Posted by solipsism
From my very rough estimate based on the downlaod speed it looks to be about 3x faster than my SD iTunes rentals. That means about 4.55Mbps.
This is just about right, I get 4.66-4.75 Mbps...
Originally Posted by Wiggin
"Apple TV is essentially a low end Mac with a video card supporting 1280x800 resolution."
This is the first I've read anywhere the actual video card resolution limit. I always understood...
Now that HD rentals are out, Is the bandwidth closer to 3 mbps or 5 mbps,
to motivate those who are gauging how much money to give to an ISP
for this service. If much higher than 3 mbps, there won't be much
instant gratification to...
Regarding AppleTV content resolution, at Macworld the Apple emps
demoed the three resolutions for widescreen at 1280x720p, the current
iTunes standard 640x360, and the new resolution for SD rentals --
720x480 anamorphic, just like DVD,...
Originally Posted by CREB
Now here is something that will actually increase sales, and Apple's stock value. My son works for AT&T and he cannot wait for this move to happen as it is a major complaint among business...
Originally Posted by casper3
(What the hell are you talking about with wireless power?! There's no such thing, except for an experimental lighting of a lightbulb!)
There's resonance power coupling in existing products like the...
Originally Posted by hypoluxa
Im curious as to how Jobs lives day to day if he only gets paid 1$ a yr does he just use his stock $$ to live off of? How exactly would would that work? I have some investments/ stocks but nothing...
Originally Posted by craigd6861
A patent is good for 20 years from date of filing. The patent in question was filed March 25, 1987.
Technicality -- some patents (e.g. this one) are good for 17 years from the issue...
Gaffe: The "iTunes" video rental store would do widescreen material at
3 mbps (or better) if it were 852x480 extended definition, or 5 mbps at 960x540,
matching the AppleTV encoder rates.
Either way, vanilla DSL...