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I suggest you wait until after WWDC 2010 to make that decision Apple has a way of making irresistible products.
I just bought a new Core i5 MBP and one of the apps I was most excited about using was Aperture. As it turns out, I don't really like using it. iPhoto has a MUCH quicker, easier interface and is fun to use. If I want to go in depth, I use Photoshop CS5. I consider myself "medium-high" when it comes to computer proficiency - it's not my profession, but I do a lot of photo/video stuff at an intermediate level. I grew up (i.e. high school/college) using harder stuff like...
I can't wait until I can hear my iPhone telling me, "Congratulations! You've won a free iPod Nano!"
Right? I half-expected the "dRoId!" noise at the end.
The one feature that I'm very curious about is the double resolution. I really wonder how that will be handled, how it will look, etc.
Haha I might put that thing under my TV as an ironic conversation piece.
3G speeds in my area (SF Bay Area) are excellent, when I have reception. YouTube videos load in maybe 5-10 seconds. But it is patchy in many areas such as my home (a suburb of Oakland with 80,000 people) and my grandma's house (SF, in a neighborhood by Golden Gate Park). I get dropped calls all the time.
I like how the iPod controls are near to the bottom of the screen. This is much closer to where my thumb naturally falls (at least after double-clicking the Home button). If all of the apps you're running are on the same page, this wouldn't really help much. But if not, the multi-tasking tray would save you from jumping from page to page.
Plus he takes little jabs at people who oppose him. That's another similarity.
When was this published? Given the pre-unibody photos, perhaps they just decided to scale back to an invisible sleep light.
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