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Post by gossipman on Fri Oct 08, 2010 11:23 am

While the current macbook pro line was introduced in April, when do you think they will refresh the hardware or introduce a new macbook pro?mkv to aviMac iPod to iTunes

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Dec 01, 2010 8:36 pm

This is actually a very broad problem with all accounts of the crisis that try to exonerate the private sector and place the blame on the government and/or the Fed: none of the proposed evil deeds of policy makers were remotely large enough to cause problems of this magnitude unless markets vastly overreacted. That is, you have to start by assuming wildly dysfunctional financial markets before you can blame the government for the crisis; and if markets are that dysfunctional, who needs the government to create a mess?avi to ipod converter

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Post by ipadgeek on Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:41 am

I have no more info than the average tech rumor blog reader — but I'm willing to bet $10 that retina won't hit the iPad. Not necessarily because of tech/costs limitations — but instead because I just don't think it makes sense. This is a web viewing machine — what's a website going to look like on a 2048×1536px screen? Browsers on desktops that large work because the browser is normally not maximized and is actually run at a more reasonable size. A full screen browser at 2000+ px wide just seems very unApple. Sites will look small unless they come up with some strange zooming thing. Who knows.Also, 1080p movies wouldn't be able to fill the screen either. They'd have to be zoomed in, and would lose quality. Retina made sense on iPhone because it still kept the pixel count at/under media sizes of today. Retina on iPad will take the screen far past media sizes we deal with now, and I think will make the experience worse. I doubt Apple does it.ts to avi

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