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slow n easy said:timusca said:neilm said:Interesting. The obvious question is this: how inefficient is it?
I'm a bit disappointed in the state of external displays for Macs. macOS no longer supports sub-pixel antialiasing, so any display that is not of a "retina-level" resolution results in blurry text (or if you set it to HiDPI mode, very large UI elements)
A 4K display should be 21-24 inches.
A 5K display should be ~27 inches.
Ultrawide displays should be shooting for much higher resolutions not larger sizes. I'd pay a lot for a 34" Ultrawide 6880x2880 display that I could run in HiDPI mode.
JustSomeGuy1 said:.Really? What post did you read? Because the one I read pointed out two different examples of Apple needlessly deviating from standards, just by swapping pinouts around, therefore making their products proprietary and (for years, if not forever) impossible to source on the open market. He also made some comments on margin that were less clearly factual, but still pretty self-evident. The deviation into tax issues, as we've all agreed, was not helpful to his main point, and I excluded it from my support.Not quite. The post contained a few examples of changed pinouts but he did not provide proof of the reason they did it. Was it “needless” or is it you can’t think of any other reasons? I can think of a few that have nothing to do with inflating prices.
That said, I do feel Apple charges way too much for storage and RAM, at least in their other Mac models.
SpamSandwich said:That should’ve been standard practice from the beginning.
I wish Apple would also support TOTP as well.
svencito said:...and the AirPods' audio quality is very sad compared to Bose.
I don't know if it's Apple keeping the W1 chip for themselves, or 3rd parties not wanting to use it, but I wish the W1 chip would show up into 3rd party products. Then we can have some more choice.