Originally Posted by jfanning
I'm pretty sure a PC from 2009 would be the same age as an iMac from 2009. And don't forget, Apple is still selling the Mac Mini using C2D chips.
I discur (that's a word, right?? )—PC years...
Originally Posted by vvswarup
Folks, quit getting worked up over Ballmer's jabs at Apple. That's a part of the game. In case you all have forgotten, Steve Jobs is known to take swipes at competitors. Remember "2011: Year of...
Originally Posted by freckledbruh
Also, I have a magic trackpad with my mini and it is hardly lame. It's awesome in fact.
<snark>Try playing Starcraft 2 on a trackpad!</snark>
But really, the trackpad is very...
Originally Posted by monstrosity
I disagree, Apple is a Software AND Hardware maker. They excel at both, which is what gives them their edge over others who specialise in one or the other.
Not to step on your toes, but as Steve...
Originally Posted by pooman625
but it wouldn't be underpriced. They already have a computer at that price. It would not hurt their buisness at all because they're not becoming a 'cheaper' company, its simply a lesser expensive...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
In the future, we won't even have to worry about displays anymore. They'll be on contact lenses.
In the future future, we won't even need contact lenses. We'll just augment our visual cortex to map...
Originally Posted by ascii
Haha! I like the idea of pouring a file from one iDevice to another. But how would the first iDevice know it is above another iDevice when the pour is initiated, and not above thin air? Perhaps it does...
Originally Posted by msimpson
Apple does need to provide support for a stylus in iOS, third party solutions will always be a kludge.
And this not about iPhones. Phones with a stylus are stupid, but an iPad which supported a...
Originally Posted by foxhunter101
How 'bout I just dust off my Palm Pilot (I still have it) and the stylus it came with from 10-15 years ago ?...............are we regressing here ????
As someone else...
Originally Posted by Applecation
My few attempts to use a stylus on my iPad resulted in issues where my palm resting on the iPad, as I draw, "marks" the drawing area. This is also true with the palm aware apps.