Originally posted by Jim Paradise
Lots of people I know now love Macs: the applications, OS X, the look, the "style," but it always always ALWAYS comes down to "they're more expensive." It's no longer about...
Originally posted by Amorph
I don't think price is the main obstacle facing Macs. I think the fact that most people rule them out implicitly is the biggest obstacle.
Exactly, so what can Apple do about this? As a former PC...
Originally posted by hmurchison
Far too optimistic. The assumption that even Mac users make is that by default Apple is more expensive.
The assumption that Macs are more expensive is just that, an assumption, but it is one...
Originally posted by torifile
Didn't we talk about this already?
Yes, we did. There are other threads on this topic, but no one is forcing you to read/post to them If you don't want to add anything to this particular...
Originally posted by piot
Diminishing market share does NOT equal diminishing customber base.
True, theoretically speaking, market share could diminish while at the same time Apple increases its customer base. This is not...
I wanted to offer a counterpoint to the above thread and argue reasons why Apple should lower all of their prices in order to increase its market...
Originally posted by jean-yves
so now you have
a pentium killer: the g5
an avid killer :fcp5
a protools killer :logic 7
an After effect killer :live effect pro what ever you call it
Pentium killer, no problem.
Originally posted by maninmac
I came across this on my travels today... http://www.notebookreview.com/default.aspx?newsID=1757
This is the ugliest piece of technology that I have ever laid ayes on...it is bigger than a...
I'm sure everyone is familiar with the most common ebay scams (http://www.flipshark.com/scams/ebayindex.html) and I think that Ebay has not done enough to thwart these kind of scams. Example, I was looking at a dual G5 and I asked the...
Originally posted by tfworld
If IBM is working on 65nm... this is great news indeed! I can see the next generation of PPC chips starting at 90nm and then moving to 65 nm within a year!
But when will IBM move to...