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macuser.co.uk has been pretty accurate recently:

Gigahertz Power Macs due next week
MacUser sources have confirmed that next Tuesday, 22 January, is the most likely date for the release of Apple's first ever 1GHz Power Mac.

Dealers in the US have been alerted to expect new stock of three new models early next week, although the specifications of the new machines are still tightly under wraps.

The timing of the announcement is a surprise, coming so soon after last week's unveiling of new iMacs at Macworld Expo San Francisco. But Apple executives have admitted that the iMac's impressive specifications, including its 800MHz G4 processor, had introduced confusion into its product line-up. The processor in the existing mid-range Power Mac is only 67MHz faster than the top-end iMac, and it doesn't come with a monitor, yet it costs £439 more.

But while any new Power Macs will be faster than the existing products, speed bumps are not expected to be large. US sources indicate the range will top out at with a dual 1GHz machine. Consequently, next week's roll out will be a low-profile affair. The announcement will come in a press release, rather than in a special launch event.
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Oh God you have got to be kidding me. 1GHz tops? That is shit.

People keep saying, "wait, wait, it'll get better." I think if Apple intros new PowerMacs topping off at 1GHz next week, I will not be alone in screaming back:

"WHEN?!?"

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[quote]Originally posted by MKL:
<strong>macuser.co.uk has been pretty accurate recently</strong><hr></blockquote>

?? A couple of weeks ago they said that Apple would release 1.4GHz Power Macs at MWSF.
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[quote]Originally posted by JLL:
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?? A couple of weeks ago they said that Apple would release 1.4GHz Power Macs at MWSF. </strong><hr></blockquote>

Maybe it was one of those we-really-planned-a-G5-launch thingie..
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Maybe it's just Steve spreading rumors to lower the expectations so Apple can release a 1.2GHz G4 which will seem blazing fast...... :confused:

I'm still a bit worried that those specs are accurate...
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[quote]Originally posted by crayz:
<strong>Oh God you have got to be kidding me. 1GHz tops? That is shit.

People keep saying, "wait, wait, it'll get better." I think if Apple intros new PowerMacs topping off at 1GHz next week, I will not be alone in screaming back:

"WHEN?!?"

</strong><hr></blockquote>

Piss off, wanker. Go buy an HP.

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Dual 1Ghz at top maybe a joke.

However, selling Dual 1Ghz with all those updated stuff at $3400 is a real joke
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Piss off, wanker. Go buy an HP.

Hmm, would that be the "I know you're right, but I don't like it" response, or the "you might be wrong, but I'm not smart enough to point out why" response?

How about this: you send me $1000 and I will buy an HP. Until then, it's a free country and I'll say what I want about Apple. If there really isn't a problem with Apple Pro machines topping out at 1GHz, perhaps you could explain why.
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Well maybe you can afford to upgrade to a new machine every year but I can't. You still get an extremely poswerful useful machine. My trials and tribulations with Windows software and hardware each day at work keep me real on this subject.

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[quote]Originally posted by crayz:
<strong>If there really isn't a problem with Apple Pro machines topping out at 1GHz, perhaps you could explain why.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Uhm, I know, I know, because faster G4s don't exist?

Don't like that response? How about, you have no idea what Apple is coming out with in the future? Perhaps it is wise to only give a small speed bump now and pour the R&D resources into the next PowerMac, as opposed to spending more time and resources trying to make the current G4 better, thus delaying the introduction to its successor.
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[quote]Originally posted by crayz:
<strong>Oh God you have got to be kidding me. 1GHz tops? That is shit.

People keep saying, "wait, wait, it'll get better." I think if Apple intros new PowerMacs topping off at 1GHz next week, I will not be alone in screaming back:

"WHEN?!?"

</strong><hr></blockquote>

I have to agree with you - Apple is definitely a day late and a dollar short at this point.

I will actually be pleased if a small bump is all they do, in a perverse way. The PM line is in desperate need of a complete overhaul, so slightly faster G4s in a Quicksilver case tells me the big upgrade is a couple months off and they're trying to buy some time. On the other hand, if these come out with a new motherboard and case but still top out at 1GHz, I'll be pissed because that tells me that they can do no better, and there's no hope of improvement any time soon.

It may be that Apple just doesn't have the resources to crank up completely new versions of the iMac and PowerMac simultaneously. They may have put PM development on a back burner for a couple months in order to get the iMac out the door.

I'm trying very hard to give Apple the benefit of the doubt. I have to assume they know their business better than I do. They certainly know performance matters, and they can't grow market share with slow machines. In the greater scheme of things, a couple of weeks doesn't really matter, but it sure is tough to sweat it out.
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Look on the bright side: The iMac was in exactly the same place a few months ago.
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ok, so they say top of the line is 1 GHZ dual...maybe correct, maybe not...lots of people didn't see G4 iMac with superdrive at 800 MHz...but even if this is true, it is a simple speed bump till G5 comes....and if they say top of the line is dual 1 GHz...then the line up should be:

good---933 MHz $1599 or 1699 with more ram and faster bus etc probably a combo drive with superdrive as bto add on
better--1.2 Mhz $2299 to 2499 with more ram, faster bus and superdrive2
best---dual 1.0 Mhz $2999 to 3499 with more ram, faster bus, larger hd and superdrive2

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i think everyone has to keep the big picture in mind. apple has known for a long time that there is a performance gap, and they've been working for the last year or two to correct it. we hope/assume/believe that the G5 is that correction. until it's released, however, i wouldn't expect to see any real changes to the mobo or I/O systems. apple knows the new systems have to impress and they need all the incremental changes they can get to make the G5 launch memorable. i think, regretably, it's just gonna take time.

since MWSF was obviously a consumer-driven show, i would expect MWNY to be a pro-fest with lots of pro announcements, hardware and etc.
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Uhm, I know, I know, because faster G4s don't exist?

This would be like if you've been poisonedÂ*, and you go into a hospital and they say "don't worry, it's not a problem - no antidote exists"

It may not be Apple's fault that Mot can't make a decent processor to save it's ass, but it is Apple's problem. Try learning the difference.
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Look on the bright side: The iMac was in exactly the same place a few months ago.

Look at the dark side: crap iMac sales for the past year+ dragged down Apple's market share, revenue, profit, and stock price.
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If these rumored speed increases are correct, they aren't much. However, if these new pm's have the apollo chip with DDR and they are priced lower than current models, they might be worth considering.

I'm still hoping for the G5.

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If this is to be true I will say "Wow Apple. Still can't give me a reason to upgrade from my broken beige G3 tower". This is bull.
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Well it seems that the mobo will be exactly the same, with the old 133 bus...
I really hope that this Power (Hum...) Mac, is just a transition before the coming of real pro machines. But I must admit that the transition period has been way too long already.
I must say that the specifications are very poor.
The PowerMac is outdated, overpriced, and the performances are... well let's not talk about it.

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[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>If this is to be true I will say "Wow Apple. Still can't give me a reason to upgrade from my broken beige G3 tower". This is bull.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Tigerwoods - I thought you assured us G5's at MWSF2002 - what happened?
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Well I've seen Macuser co. uk. be right before. But, if this is true they ( Apple ) will hear one of 2 things........ether a collective groan or ( just as bad ) snoaring. I've been very forgiving of Apple's speed gap before but, now it's more than just about what PC users say. This time it's such a big gap it will hurt Apple's sales, stock, and credability. Maybe in a way that will be very difficult to turn around.

As we all know dual GIG machines don't mean much if the program isn't written for it ( even in OS X ). If every one was writing every program for MP I'd feel more positive but, they aren't. They have already been to this well as a stop gap measure. We have already seen how they stack up ( pretty telling when Macworld rates the 867 faster than the dual 800 for most tasks ). Winning photoshop bakeoffs won't be enough.

If this is true Apple will break the gigahertz barrier and no one will care. It would almost be better to release nothing than this embarassment. I know I sound negative but the the thing is boys and girls this is coming from one of their die hard supporters on this board. I hope this is just another rumor.

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1ghz is alright for me as long as we see those f*cking MB advancements that the powermacs so desperatly need.

Time to up the ram to DDR
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Let me play devil's advocate a sec here ...

[quote]Originally posted by jimmac:
<strong> As we all know dual GIG machines don't mean much if the program isn't written for it ( even in OS X ). If every one was writing every program for MP I'd feel more positive but, they aren't.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Most apps that would really benefit from multiprocessing are in fact MP-aware; Photoshop and Final Cut Pro come to mind. I don't know if Maya is--I think perhaps it isn't, which obviously would be a disgrace. But really, how much is MS Office going to benefit from multithreading? Once you get out of the high-end area of Photoshop and FCP, you've got the same situation most home PC users are in--they have far more power than they can effectively use.

[quote]<strong>If this is true Apple will break the gigahertz barrier and no one will care. It would almost be better to release nothing than this embarassment. I know I sound negative but the the thing is boys and girls this is coming from one of their die hard supporters on this board.</strong><hr></blockquote>

There is no one harder on Apple than the die-hards on this board. Even given that Apple users are uncommonly attached to their computers, the level of passion and intensity routinely displayed around here puts the average user to shame. While I agree that G4s topping at 1Ghz aren't impressive, the fact remains that people here and on other boards expect way too much of this company.
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[quote]Originally posted by Bodhi:
<strong>sjobs@pixar.com

An out of hand rant will do nothing. Be concise and clear.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Have you or anyone actually ever gotten a response from Jobs?
How does he handle criticism? My guess is not very well, especially since he's under him, Apple's risen from the dead and prospered.
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My guess is this. Simple speed bumps until Photoshop X. The reason is really simple, really.

They always like to show off their new processors with Photoshop. Lots of filters, etc., perhaps showing the creation of a poster or something lame like that.

But Photoshop STILL isn't running X. And they don't want to give Adobe any credit until the get Photoshop converted.

So, small bumps (and small could possibly still mean 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, but I doubt it) until Photoshop X. And then, at some developers conference they'll roll out Photoshop X with the new G4+ or G5 (I suspect G4+ with duals) and show it kicking the ass of a Photoshop Windows (yuck) running a pair of Intel 2.2 GHz procs.

Apple loves to launch and show their machines wiping the floor, and the way the door that (and sell boxes to the hardcore graphics artists/etc) is with a Photoshop demo.

Agree? Disagree?
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Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
If this is to be true I will say "Wow Apple. Still can't give me a reason to upgrade from my broken beige G3 tower". This is bull.


if you have a broken beige G3 Tower, and that alone isn't reason to upgrade...not sure what is??? if i had a broken computer i would either get a current tower or a new iMac....the waiting game is a silly game to play with a broken computer...by the time G5s come out, there will be rumors of G6 chips that are so much better than G5 and you will want to wait again....

if the computer you have does what you need...keep it

if the computer you have is broken, replace it...

if you just want the next great thing....you will always keep waiting....


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maybe i should cancel my iMac order...i hear that the next revision will have a faster bus....and the revision after that will offer a 17" lcd...etc etc
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[quote]Originally posted by Pendrake:
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Apple loves to launch and show their machines wiping the floor, and the way the door that (and sell boxes to the hardcore graphics artists/etc) is with a Photoshop demo.

Agree? Disagree? </strong><hr></blockquote>

Very good argument. I have a hard time imagining Steve Jobs introducing butt-kickin' chips and then saying, "Well, trust us, it's way faster than a Pentium IV. Really! We don't have any apps that can show that, though, so you'll just have to believe us..." The sly shot at Adobe during MWSF suggests he's getting impatient.
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All of that won't change the consumers impression of Apple. Slow and out of date. This isn't about what the average consumer can use. This about Apple wanting to win converts and stay competitive. This is not the way to do that. Apple desperately needs to shake this image or I'm afraid it will become embossed ( permanent ). I like their designs but do you know what much of the rest of the world ( the other 97 % ) say : " a pretty box won't buy you a cup of coffee ". This is what they are up against.

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That is not true...
I sticked with a 5200 for 3 years. Of those 3 years, 2.5 were simply waiting.
Then I got a Beige G3...I still have that machine, and have been waiting for about 1.5 years now.
Waiting for the G5 is childs play. Even if it's released at MWSF 2003, which is the latest date I can imagine (or the public and I will tolerate), I'll wait.

There are 2 kinds of buying an liying with computers (well actually 3).

-Buy a new Mac at least every 2 years, better every 1.5 or 1 year. Due to the increased upgrading speed, you'll want to buy the lower end machines.

-Buy a new Mac whenever the new model incorporates at least 75% new tech, or every 3-4 years. To stay alive with those machines, you will have to buy the toppest end machine, and/or upgrade after 2-3 years.

-The third option does only apply to PC users, and consists of swapping motherboard, CPU and RAM if necessary every year. Keep the rest until it's outdated.


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[quote]Originally posted by Pendrake:
<strong>My guess is this. Simple speed bumps until Photoshop X. The reason is really simple, really.

They always like to show off their new processors with Photoshop. Lots of filters, etc., perhaps showing the creation of a poster or something lame like that.</strong><hr></blockquote>Forgive me, but that's about the dumbest reason I've heard. Yeah, they're sitting on 2 Ghz G5s, but they just don't want to release them yet, because they'd just love to do a Photoshop demo.

They used Media Cleaner on X for their demos at MWNY 2001 anyway.

When are people just going to admit - THEY DON'T HAVE THE GOODS!!! If they had the G5s, or the 1.6 Ghz G4s, blah blah, they'd release them. There is no mysterious reason or conspiracy about it.
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I stuck with a 6200 for 3 years, I stuck with a Powermac 6500 for 2 yrs. I've had my G4 450 for a year and a half now. Yes, my computer does everything I want it to ....now. But, what if this trend continues? I don't think Intel or AMD are going to stop making faster CPUs. This is about the new buyer. What if all he/she hears is " well Macs look good but they are half as fast "? You have to stop thinking in terms of a long time Macuser. Also we live in bad economic times. Unlike a few years ago. People are looking for value. Right or wrong the FIRST thing they will look at is speed. In the average persons mind this is the simplest measurement of long term use and lack of obsolesence.
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I owned a Performa 6360 or something like that for about 4 years. This was my first mac experience and I was hooked. After the Performa became dated I used my Dad's Mac that he kept at home(Powermac 9600). I was content with the 9600 and as that became dated I just waited and waited and waited fot something good...from anyone. A year and a half ago my parents got me (and my 4brothers) a new iMac Indigo 450 and a G4 Cube 450 with a sweet 19 inch NEC CRT.

My point? I buy when i need and or really want something withink reason. Some people that cry for G5's couldnt even tap all of it's power anyway. I felt cramped by my G4 Cube's HD space and it's pretty slow processor.

I just purchased a new Superdrive iMac with my money.

Improvments over Cube.

*40 Gigs more HD space.

*Superdrive compared to a DVD drive.

*Smaller Footprint.

*Nearly twice as fast.

*LCD
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PC's have pretty much reached their lowest priceing. The trend (as I've read) is that computers will stay about the same price, maybe a little increase.

I hope Apple will lower their margin's on these new 1Ghz PM's and bring the prices back up for the G5. Maybe even leave the competatively priced 1Ghz G4 when the G5 comes out and there can be a tower for the rest of us like so many others have wanted...
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I really do think Apple is concentrating on price more right now. The new iBook price points are truly amazing. It is hard to believe that the combo iBook is only 1499! The iMacs may seem like a lot to some but the features that they bring to the table justify the price. The Powerbooks are way less now than they were when first released. The Powermac is just waiting for its turn.

Steve said (and I quote), "The iMac is the first of our computers designed from the ground up to stand at the center of the digital hub."

First of our computers huh?
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[quote]Originally posted by Pendrake:
<strong>My guess is this. Simple speed bumps until Photoshop X. The reason is really simple, really.

They always like to show off their new processors with Photoshop. Lots of filters, etc., perhaps showing the creation of a poster or something lame like that.

&lt;snip&gt;

Agree? Disagree? </strong><hr></blockquote>

The ONLY reason that I could go along with this would be if Adobe were writing Photoshop to be a 64-bit ready application. And even if this were true, holding back the chip would be the wrong thing to do.
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Well, apart from the iBooks, those low prices are only low prices to us Mac users, who are used to very steep pricing for years.
As long as there is no Mac for about 599$ or even 499$, there will always be a cheaper PC. Note the emphasis on cheaper, not better, or better price performance. But as I see things, John Doe PC buyer is driven by only two factors:
1. Price
2. MHz

Everythign else is not important, because he probably doesn't even know the difference between a powersupply and a graphics card, that's also where PC manufacturers economize on.

(Latest Dell offering: P4 1.6-2.2GHz, 256MB RAM, 20GB HD, CD-RW drive, GeForce 2 MX 64MB, some crappy sound card, and some other crap with a crappy 19" crap display for about 1990 swiss franks, that's about 1100$ or so

The potential PC customer will see:
1. the low price
2. the high MHz
3. will buy the machine, thinking: "wow that's a great deal"

a week later his son will compare the specs to the specs of his techy friends and notice that he has gotten the worst stuff in the industry.

What Apple needs is a low cost, yet high quality Mac offering. The iMac is a very good start, but they have to further cut prices by at least 200$.

I guess that will happen this year.

Unlike the Pro towers, keep the prices as they are now, you can even raise them on the top models, but then they have to sport ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC SPECS...4000$ for a 2GHz G5, with 1GB RAM, 160GB HD, DVD-ROM and DVD-R drive (2), expandable as hell, GeForce 4 etc etc etc...

But that's not going to happen either...

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did you guys ever consider this: top of the line G4: dual 1GHz. OK, everyone is thinking that this sucks pretty bad.... BUT this says nothing about the models that are not 'top of the line'. what if the other models have higher clock rates... 1 GHZ, 1.2 GHz, 1.4 GHz, and dual 1 GHz at the 'top of the line' just a thought....

PS: 1.4 GHz G4 would be a start, but the chipset is clowned by PC stuff... SOME kind of better memory bus and system bus are needed badly, gigawire (firewire 2?) wouldn't hurt
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[quote]Originally posted by Macintosh:
<strong>I really do think Apple is concentrating on price more right now. The new iBook price points are truly amazing. It is hard to believe that the combo iBook is only 1499! The iMacs may seem like a lot to some but the features that they bring to the table justify the price. The Powerbooks are way less now than they were when first released. The Powermac is just waiting for its turn.

Steve said (and I quote), "The iMac is the first of our computers designed from the ground up to stand at the center of the digital hub."

First of our computers huh?</strong><hr></blockquote>

This is one of Apples biggest problems right now. The price/performance ratio is not good. The MoBo tech is old shcool, and processors have suffered from 12 months of stagnation. The current mothor board is what, two years or more old (UMA 1.5 used in the new towers is an incramental upgrade, not a new design). Apple made their money off of this design a long time ago, and it has probably already paid for UMA 2.0 design. But the price was increased a year ago when Motorolla was finally able to ship a G4 above 500 mhz. I guess it made sense, a lot of Apples core customers will only buy Apple computers, but it wont help them convert Wintell users.

Apple needs to do something do become a leader again in more than just visual design, or offer a better deal along with that better design....just my 2¢
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