Originally Posted by IamtheGTIguy
So it's obvious that Apple is attempting slowly begin aligning the iPad with its computer line.
They could have just called it the "new iPad," or any other conceivable name. But the fact...
So the professional looks at the D500 starting at $3999. Glad they have this option.
Too bad there won't be a BTO option of upgrading to the D500 dual GPGPUs with the Quad Core Xeon.
Studying the specs for the custom D500...
The difference now between the iPad and the iPad mini is $100 for the WiFi to get a larger screen at lower pixel density?
I don't need an iPad weighing 16oz. Holy crap Ivy. Go to the gym. Make the parent [iPad] as heavy as...
``The base model of Apple's next-generation desktop features a 3.7-gigzhertz Intel Xeon E5 processor, 12 gigabytes of RAM, dual FirePro D300 GPUs with 2 gigabytes of video RAM each, and a 256 gigabyte solid state drive. ''
In short, the...
Originally Posted by Marvin
They also have 16GB RAM options, which they didn't on the 13" but the entry 13" rMBP isn't great as it was dropped down from 8GB to 4GB, likely to aid the price drop and it will still allocate...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
An optimized OS. Why, do you think computers actually NEED 8GB to even run? This isn’t Windows.
Stop being a contrarian for a second. OS X running any serious...
Glad I've never liked Laptops. I wouldn't want to be limited to a 1TB PCI-E SSD drive, no matter how `cool' it is to have reduced that read/write gap.
Limited to 16GB of RAM is a non-starter for myself. Make it 4x8GB DDR3 1866 RAM...
Originally Posted by AdonisSMU
I like the new icons. I wasn't a fan of the skEWWW!
It's like classical home styling vs contemporary home styling. I like nice clean and simple design. I don't like ornate crap.
Originally Posted by akqies
Not a smoking gun but certainly an indication that Mac OS X could become free as a way of saving Apple money.
Spare me. OS X doesn't cost Apple money. They profit off its sale.