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Amen brothers.You know. The same people who argue that Apple is right to charge these insane prices by using premium parts in the pro circumnavigate the argument for coming over to Intel in the first place. Performance. Yes. Choice. Yes. Competitive prices. Yes.So, how many of these have Apple addressed?AMD have six core computers over on overclockers.co.uk NOW!Where is Apple? Behind. Fact.What is Apple doing? Charging 2K for last years tech'. Fact.Apple are...
100% with you, Marv' again. I was being somewhat facetious and tongue in cheek (me?) with the price example. But history tells us the 'cranked' (the only word I can use) the UK price up to nearly £2k from £1500. Expect anything. And they yanked the dual processor as standard sometime back. Artificial pricing? Apple? Brah-hahahhahahahahahahah. No kidding. What do you call the prices on iMac, Mac Mini and the Pro? All machines with between 50-100% mark ups. We can...
Well, Programmer, I hope they are going to SURPRISE me! I won't promise to sell pleasure myself if they do. Lemon Bon Bon.
UK prices are a joke. Other 'PC' vendors operating in the UK can do competitive prices. But Apple have gotten much worse since leaving PPC behind. Ironic considering that they've been selling more. Ironic with it being in a recession. Take away the OS and the design. Would you buy one? No. Lemon Bon Bon.
Heh. 100% mark ups. I'd call that 'maximising' profits alright. A £300 computer selling for £650. Shadow of greed. Lemon Bon Bon.
That sounds cool. I'd love 10.7 for those two features alone. Can't wait. Well, I'll have to...next June? Sighs...* Lemon Bon Bon.
Dunno. Strategy seems to be charge more with each update.While offering 'old tech' that you claim their competitors use. So Apple doesn't?What do you call the Core 2 duo in the mini and iMac? Old? New?What do you call the GPU in the Mac 'pro' old? New?Oh. The question. Are you suggesting that I suggest something that you agree with?Lemon Bon Bon.
Heh. So overclockers sell 'bucket shop' computers? Re-hi-hee-heally? S'funny, my mate's PC is still going almost 3 years later. Great case. 'Decent' OS. 'Friggin'? Who said anything about me buying a mini? Do I look insane? 'Here's £650 for a cutting edge desktop...' Don't answer that. Lemon Bon Bon.
Who said they were minor? Mr. Sulky face?Oh, I see, you were being sarcastic because you didn't like me being critical of Apple's 'crap components' on the desktop.Sorry, I forgot...we're not allowed to do free speech on here...unless its Soli's free speech and opnions that we are agreeing with...*Nods...Let's give it a try, shall we?'The Mac Mini, with integrated craapics, sorry, 'great' graphics, and speed melting, up to date Core 2 Duo with a massive 2 gigs of ram and a...
Rolls about on the floor...*whizzing himself...oh. New trousers needed. Programmer fell into door on that one. Apple. I mean, seriously...heh...Apple? Apple...wait...*wipes tears from eyes...for a new gpu? Marv's aserbic summation of Apple's gpu policy nail gunned any thought that the delay could be gpu related. Heh. Heh. Heh. LOL. Probably marketing can't decide whether to yank the entry model of the 'pro' leaving us with a £2300 model as the 'new' price entry...
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