Originally Posted by sflocal
4K while nice, I just don't see it happening anytime soon for the iMac. That's a huge amount of pixels, which will require a beefy GPU, and obviously people will complain about NEVER...
Originally Posted by jragosta
I suspect that a lot of people are going to be disappointed when they do have it, though. You're viewing a 27" iMac from a great enough distance that even the current resolution isn't that far...
Originally Posted by davebarnes
Where is the retina display version?
I am waiting here with a 3.4 year old iMac.
As much as I would want that myself, I think it is cost-wise not feasible yet. The only 4k...
Originally Posted by ceek74
Hey MS - you wouldn't need ClearType if you had a high-res display. Dip$#!ts.
With an OS that does not scale font weights properly (just height and width), even ClearType...
I read part of the presentation's transcript... He really said things like "The team is proud of what they did here. We think these products make people's lives better."
Their amount of shame declines faster than their amount of taste...
Hm, does anybody who has been to a store have a rough idea about 5c demand there? (Just curios, nothing scientific.)
A lot of family, friends and colleagues have ordered today, and among them (including kids) the demand for the...
Originally Posted by drblank
What is the reason why you are asking? Does it really matter? Is it just raw curiosity or is there some other reason?
Don't know @flux8's reason, but assume a lot of people would...
Originally Posted by PeterAlt
I want to know (a) how much RAM is in the A7, (b) any markings of a fabrication vendor on the A7, (c) what process in nanometers is the A7 printed at, (d) what radio chips are being used...
Originally Posted by chabig
Strange headline. It has a new processor, different RAM, better radios, bigger battery, better camera, better flash, but "no major internal design changes"? What would constitute a major...