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Daniel Day Lewis would be a good option: There's also Jake Gyllenhaal: Jim Caviezel: Keanu Reeves (not a great fit but he needs the work): Liam Neeson (why get Batman/Affleck when you can get the guy who taught Batman everything he knows): Not a lot of options really. Rogen as Woz, backup Jobs, 2016 release, script about 3 launch events, maybe they should just call it off.
The value is in the rarity. There were only 200 Apple 1 machines made vs over 50,000 NeXTstations. When there are so many, you are up against...
I'd guess they are targeting people who own both an Air and an iPad by trying to sell them a device that does the job of both worse than both and more expensive than both combined. I have a feeling it might not work out.Apple is also a brand that gets talked about a lot with consumers so any kind of link to that is going to get some awareness they wouldn't normally get. Any company can do it really, car manufacturers can compare their latest car to a Macbook Air and they'd...
Some of the results can be just as good. Adobe's one seems to get good results and has thousands of levels of pressure sensitivity:Having special tech in the display is better and would work in any app. The following tablet is $229 with a Wacom digitizer:The laminated display on the new iPad Air would be great for that as it will reduce the gap between the pen and the display surface. It might increase thickness to the device a bit and might wear out some special coatings...
It's both early and late models but just 15" or 17" with AMD dedicated graphics, not 13":http://www.macrumors.com/2014/01/17/2011-macbook-pro-gpu-glitches/It's a problem affecting the GPU. OS X uses the GPU for rendering the user interface and software like Final Cut Pro X uses it for computing. Gaming would do the worst damage because it maxes the GPU out for a prolonged period of time but even that isn't guaranteed to make it fail, it's very random. Some people have...
It was just a building to let people get a hands-on of the Apple Watch and new iPhones.http://www.latinpost.com/articles/21142/20140909/that-mysterious-white-box-at-the-apple-iphone-6-event-here-s-a-look-inside-slideshow.htmThey needed a lot of room to fit people like tubby over on the right in:Also note fake Steve Jobs over to the left.
It still has a SATA connector so you can add a drive in. If say the USB ports aren't in use, other parts don't get more lanes assigned to them.
Here's a good interview with Woz about the movies: He mentioned that Pirates of Silicon Valley was no more truthful than the Kutcher one but he enjoyed it more. He said that his input on the Sorkin one isn't directly on the script (so far anyway), they just asked him questions and they'll write based on that.
It's important to distinguish between PCIe versions as PCIe3 lanes are 1GB/s each. If it's PCIe2, they are 500MB/s each. There's also overhead so real-world will be lower. The Mac Pro breakdown from Anandtech said it connected the SSD to the PCIe2 lanes that were available:http://www.anandtech.com/show/7603/mac-pro-review-late-2013/8The total was 40 PCIe3 lanes from CPU plus 8 PCIe2 lanes from PCH. One interesting note there was that Apple put all 4 USB 3 ports on a single...
It had so much potential too. It was ok for a quick turnaround and low budget, which it made back x3:http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=jobs.htmKutcher should have taken some coaching how to act like someone other than Ashton Kutcher and the script could have been better. It was basically a worse version of the Pirates of Silicon Valley but with a lead that looked a bit more like Steve Jobs.Woz criticised the Kutcher movie for not being accurate, Kutcher said Woz said...
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