I've been wondering too if CoreAnimation could actually be used for game development???
Imagine games being developed with a lot less effort, quick code ie fast software and high framerates?
I'm affraid I do...
Originally Posted by Ireland
What you think are/will be the compelling reasons to buy/upgrade to Leopard?
*Time Machine is very cool, and useful, I would definitely use it, but really it's just an app. Apple could easily...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Apple Computer's industry leading iTunes digital download service has experienced a collapse in sales revenues this year according a recent analysis from Forrester Research.
While Apple has...
Originally Posted by DaveGee
All four cores will be used 'equally' (IIRC) based on the number of threads being produced by the Applications you are running.
So if you have a TRULY single threaded App1 then it will use as much of...
Originally Posted by Endymion
It doesn't quite work that way. It's actually better. If an application uses multiple threads which most do to some extent, each thread can potentially be on a different core depending on the load...
• Since OS X will put itself on one processor and a running program on another (when used on a dual processor machine), how about the 4 cores in Mac Pro? If I run 3 programs like e.g. Reason, Digital Performer...
Originally Posted by blackbird_1.0
I'm just wondering something. The original G3 iMac did have an IR port, maybe it would at least run on that. 8)
!!!!!! Nice work Scherlock !!!! good thinking ! you know.... it just migt ?
Let's all remember that Apple has in the past added features in their new OS that required a new Mac. Quartz Extreme required a certain grafics card before it could be used etc.
So there would be nothing new in Apple adding FrontRow to...
Originally Posted by mwswami
I'm referring to the stand alone iSight Apple product.
I think Apple will built in the cameras to make their displays as unique as possible and therefore also the IR. Just my opinion.