Originally Posted by libdem
That's an idea.
However,I feel that is more inclined towards enterprise than end users ,don't you think?
Yes, a server would be.
But, there are still some of us who miss our Mac Servers - they...
Originally Posted by womble2k2
The question is, where would the money come from? They have declining desktop OS revenues, declining Office application revenues and it would be hard to see the justification when they need to be...
Originally Posted by Timbit
I think these are isolated issues, as each test comes up with different numbers for maximum heat. How can one iPad get up to 116 degrees F but another only get to 100? Makes no sense. Do multiple tests...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
Sounds like CR bullshit.
I'm a little confused as the anger directed at CR for this article. All they did was point out that the new iPad gets warmer than the iPad 2 (something which others have...
Originally Posted by Just_Me
Newer computers actually run cooler due to process change and require less voltage.
nehalem < Sandybridge < ivybridge
There is more to a computer than the processor. Apple increased the...
Originally Posted by Aizmov
Maybe. Intel is already moving to 22nm (Ivy Bridge) with trigate transistors.
I thought Intel was open to fabricating someone else's designs.
Intel has made some vague pronouncements on this, but...
Originally Posted by Cinemagic
I have a 15" MBP and an 11" Mac Air. The Air is great for traveling when I need more than an iPad. A 15" Air would be great. But as for a replacement:
1. HDD would probably be a...
Originally Posted by Mikeb85
Enough horsepower yes, but you can't run x86 (Intel Chipset) apps natively on an ARM device... So all those OSX apps would have to be ported, run in a VM (which no current ARM device could do...
Originally Posted by rednival
Sounds like a big call center. It is their decision to make, but it would have been nice to see another commitment from Apple to build something like this in another rural community.
Originally Posted by jmkaza
Automotive's there bc there's a whole lot of people in the auto industry who do this kind of work. If you're looking for someone to retool a metal fab for custom lathed TVs, the electronics industry...