Super cheap prices on media.
Let's be honest: any nasal Liverpudlian would do.
I'd be interested to see that
Do you know of any good tutorial sites to get me started with illustrator?
Please let me know. I also have the wall charger for it. I would love to get a :apple: iphone
This thread is four months old... Come on.
Yea. I can't remember specific titles, but I remember splitscreen multiplayer games ran a little bit better with an expansion pack in.
God if only the N64 could connect to my monitor I'd be back on Mario 64, Goldeneye, OoT... :o
You are eligible to grab the new iMac .. with Radeon 6 series GPU!! Why do you sad? Call Apple Store, arrange an appointment, and get your iMac there
Go home and enjoy your new iMac!!
Well the reason is, :apple: don�t want to repair your old iMac either, since they hesitant to do so, they have to prepare their old stock of Nvidia 8800 chip and have to deal with it. I say they won�t try to repair it.
Like I said, It�s a nice thing to happen :)
Can't wait to get a new Mac to replace my old one (that I no longer have BTW) after I move. Maybe a nice Cool (pun intended) iBook (c'mon 1 GHz G3 + 32 MB vid card), or an eMac to play with untill I can afford a new Tower. Who knows what we'll have by then?
GigaHertz, shmigahertz. If I can run FCP off of a 320 GB hard drive in almost real-time with out the crashing, I'll be happy.
Another couple of months.
We'll see what happens.
XCode 3 is way old. It was released with Leopard. Since then, we've only really had minor revisions (3.1, 3.2) and very infrequent intervals (3.2 released with snow leopard). I would expect Apple have been working on this for a very long time already.
Many of those features (e.g. the static analyser, which came with 3.2) could very well have been the result of development done for XCode 4.
Since the product was announced which such fanfare at WWDC, I would imagine a release would happen in the next few months. Possibly with the iPad's OS4 update (predicted to be around late August/September).
EDIT: In case anybody was worried, XCode 4 by default installs in to its own folder (/Xcode4) and can co-exist with 3.X. It can open 3.X projects and does not "upgrade" them or make them incompatible with earlier versions.
This is true, but Apple has also said NOT to use Xcode 4 if you are working on a project you wish to submit to the app store.
just add a very small amount on the cpu and heatsink, once its set you can add more if you wish
That's really at&t's job.
I am 99.9% sure if you show up at an Apple Store at 6am you'll walk out with an iPhone 4 - even if they open at 8am.
Those that showed up at 7am to the Apple Stores during the iPad launch were able to get iPad's.
6am is a safe bet.
My thoughts exactly, I could see him dying from infection, but not in 2 hours.... There must be more to this.
Do you think there was more to it � maybe fowl play was involved?
All I have to say is ROTFLOL! :D
Treat yourself: get the iMac G5.
No Mac is fast enough for my Photoshop mis-adventures, even the dual 2.5s at work.
Damn the torpedoes! Speed, more speeeeed...
I need a REALLY cool iphone case. Kinda like the Switch Easy stuff, just a little thinner. Thanks!
Have you looked into the switcheasy Naked? It is a switchasy itself and one of the thinnest cases ever.
Problem is like most plastic cases, it will look like it went through war after just a few weeks of use.
If you don't like that one what switcheasy case you like so I can see If I know of a similar one that is slimmer.
Thanks in advance...
Hmmm. Well, if you just wanted XP and basic apps, crikey, 10GB would probably be enough (provided you wouldn't have GBs of e-mail in Outlook or something). 15 or 20 would be safer.
But you add games and, well, it all depends on how many and which games. An average graphical game these days is 4GB minimum. Dragon Age: Origins is 17GB! So, 60GB could be plenty, but you put 4 or 5 games on there at 7GB a piece, and factoring in at least 15% free space for good measure, 60GB could feel snug pretty quickly.
So, 60GB isn't a bad answer, and you can change it later on with the help of Winclone and Disk Utility partition resizing without reformatting OSX partition, but try to get an idea of which games you know or think you will install and how much space they take up.
(And why XP and no Win 7?! ;) )