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Wwdc 2006

Nu har WWDC 2006 börjat, en mässa för utvecklare inom Mac och Mac OS X. Idag kommer troligtvis Mac OS X Leopard annonseras (Mac OS X 10.5). Mässan pågår i några dagar. Dom nya PowerMacarna kommer också komma nästan helt säkert med namn MacPro, troligtvis med IntelCore2Duo och kanske nya servrar. Vad tror ni kommer? I kväll svensk tid mellan 19.00 och 22.00 kommer det troligtvis en podcast från eventet. Spännande.

http://macosrumors.com/20060710A1.php
Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" early developer-release build reports are in, with some very interesting performance numbers.

Leopard is a remarkable advance in several fundamental ways over previous versions of Mac OS X.

Some features will undoubtedly still be a surprise when unveiled at WWDC, because the core OS and some of the basic bundled applications are all we've seen so far....other projects still need to be merged with the Developer Release in the coming weeks and we'll be able to report on those applications/features, but for now we are mostly looking at the core Leopard operating system itself.

For one thing, the Leopard user interface has continued the considerable Aqua, Quartz and Finder revolutions that began in Jaguar and Tiger. Virtually all incidences of the "brushed metal" theme have been replaced with a sleeker, better-contrasting theme that bears some similarities to the appearance of the current Mail.app....but with a new spin at several layers of the theme design and rendering engine changes that create a remarkably high-resolution, visually rich look which immediately tells the user, at first glance:

"This OS is a big step forward."

Other interface changes reportedly include the Dashboard being separated from other Dock icons and given its own section of the Menu Bar which will absorb many other functions -- Spotlight, most of what is currently in System Preferences.app in terms of operating system control panels, and many other of the tools which control the operating system. The Dashboard will continue to be an environment for running third party Widgets, but by consolidating so much of its operating system into the Dashboard, it is made very portable so that the System Widgets can easily be adopted for use on iPhone, iPod, and a multitude of other Apple devices that will eventually run an adapted form of Mac OS X itself....

Continue on to the next few pages for more feature reports, and early performance numbers. There are many pleasant surprises....and a lot of Insanely-Greatness.....coming out of the developers in Cupertino, and we're proud to be able to give an early look into what's coming

ac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" early developer-release build reports are in, with some very interesting performance numbers. (Cont'd)

Along with the consolidation of as many functions as possible into Widget-like form in the "Dashboard", and the blending of Widgets into the "main application space" of Leopard, the user interface will get some other changes.

More basic settings and system information will be available directly in the Apple Menu, and in the About This Mac window, without having to open System Preferences/Dashboard or System Profiler.app for example.

More "hardware and system feedback" is being added to Leopard, to expand on the existing options available from Activity Monitor.app. Many power users set Activity Monitor's Dock icon to display CPU History or other key system performance information, having to add third party software to display multiple performance criteria at the same time. Leopard will tackle this head-on by allowing all of the various options....CPU History, Used/Free/Active/Inactive RAM, Load Averages, even the option to pop-up a Quartz Extreme overlay (like the Application Switcher, Volume Overlay, Brightness Overlay, Dashboard itself, et cetera) with information about crashing processes as soon as they are detected, offering options to react to the crash.

There are a lot of other interface changes, which we'll be confirming and getting permission to bring out of source-embargo in the next few weeks leading up to WWDC...but next up we'd like to dig into some of the low-level system optimizations and new features which will greatly increase the performance of Leopard on all recent Macs....but most particularly, on multi-core Intel systems and Core 2 processors.

You have not seen anywhere near Apple's best work with Intel and highly optimized compilers with mature code design from the ground up to take advantage of the uniquely efficient Core microarchitecture, until you've seen Leopard on a Mac Pro with four cores of Conroe or eight cores of Woodcrest....even Apple's early experimental four and eight core systems which were impressive in their day, couldn't dream of the kind of multitasking efficiency -- even for small numbers of, or single, tasks due to the remarkable Thread Farming technology we have reported on previously -- that the combination of Leopard and Core 2 will create.

For one thing, we can say right up front that Leopard is noticeably snappier across the board than Tiger....even on the oldest system that supports it, a PowerMac G3 Blue and White or Powerbook G3 "Pismo" (both with built-in FireWire which will still be Leopard's basic requirement, essentially the same as Tiger). And on typical systems owned by Mac users today, in between the G3 and the Core Duo, the advantage is very substantial. On single-processor/single-core systems, you can expect to see a gain of about 25% overall when working with the user interface, and 12-20% performance boosts on many common system functions which nearly all applications access, like Core Graphics, Quartz Extreme, Aqua, AudioAL, et cetera. Significant changes to the Carbon libraries will help those applications take advantage of most of these advances but Cocoa apps are much more likely to get the full boost.

Many more details on Page Three!

Much of the advance comes with new graphics drivers, a hugely revamped 2D and 3D Core Graphics/Quartz Extreme codebase, and the long awaited re-introduction of Quartz 2D Extreme, a feature cut from Tiger due to the complexity required to ensure that all the different ways applications write to the screen are fully compatible with the GPU acceleration it creates.

Also, Leopard itself has been revamped with intimate assistance by Intel developers and engineers. This is an unprecedented effort which utterly dwarfs everything that has been done with Tiger on Intel....and quite remarkably, also carries over somewhat to Leopard on PowerPC systems. Some of the improvements are fundamental, but of course the best results are definitely to be seen on Core Duo and Core 2 systems.

On the average multicore Intel Mac, you can expect Leopard to simply feel -- as Steve Jobs has often said -- an "All New Mac". We're talking about 100%+ performance boosts in many benchmarks that are dependent on compiler optimization, GPU acceleration, efficient use of multiple CPUs and high-bandwidth motherboards, etc.....and 40, 50, 70, 80% boosts in many others.

The numbers we've seen, while specifically embargoed in this instance because some developers may have access to different builds and therefore get different numbers which could potentially identify them at this point....also give significant increases for broadband internet performance (on par with hand-optimized configurations under Tiger, if not better), very significant LAN networking and Finder FTP performance, more protocols supported directly in the Finder for network/internet access through Finder windows, and a big boost in application startup times as well -- even on the slowest of Macs a huge boost but on Intel Macs, "instantaneous" will be redefined.

When it comes to the system-level "BitTorrent"-style bandwidth sharing system, we know it is indeed a very real project at Apple and will eventually be part of a package that comes with Mac OS X Server in the Leopard or post-Leopard era. It will allow large organizations to pool bandwidth at multiple locations for single purposes, like high-demand global media downloads or popular files, distributing Software Updates across their enterprise or to external customers/employees/partners and so forth. It will also allow, at least in potential, the donation of bandwidth to Apple in return for "credits" that can be used on iTunes, the Apple Store, or to buy anything else Apple offers. This will be very attractive to large companies with unused bandwidth who can help offset their own expenses, and Apple's by effectively selling their bandwidth to Apple at a bargain-basement rate. For those companies, however, bargain-basement for unused bandwidth is infinitely better than nothing, and Quality of Service is a fundamental part of this project that is being developed under code-name "Supercluster".

Another big performance report comes from a source who works at Intel....developers there have been giving Apple access to the absolutely latest compilers and internal documentation which has allowed Apple to do optimization work for Conroe, Merom and Woodcrest that Microsoft won't even have scratched the surface of when Windows Vista ships to the public some time in mid to late 2007....most likely, after Leopard although it's currently scheduled to ship first to Redmond's biggest customers.

This will mean, that at a fundamental level, the cards are stacked in Apple's favor. Apple is moving faster, to ignore the traditional Intel processors like the Pentium, Xeon, Centrino et al. and focus like a laser beam on Intel's ultra-efficient future lineup, than Microsoft and that is definitely going to show when the two operating systems are run side by side.

There is a reason that Apple has decided not to develop its own virtualization solution, instead focusing on BootCamp and third-party software like Parallels Workstation. While new features and a series of philosophical evolutionary advancements are a big part of Leopard....the big story is that Leopard is very fast, very efficient, and has many new/improved bundled applications/widgets. Apple has had time to really dig deep and run through their internal wishlists right down to the kitchen sink.

We have a lot more reporting to do on Leopard in the days ahead, so stay tuned!

Mycket intressant!

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Intressant.

Någon som vet om Jobs keynote kommer att sändas live?

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Japp Som jag skrev i inlägget, troligtvis kommer det börja mellan 19.00 till 22.00.

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Nån som vet när man kommer kunna se Jobs Keynote?

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Keynoten ska ju börja 1900, som vanligt. Idag får vi nog nöja oss med textraportering, keynoten brukar gå att streama från apples sida dagen efter.

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Ursprungligen inskrivet av Bombur
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Keynoten ska ju börja 1900, som vanligt. Idag får vi nog nöja oss med textraportering, keynoten brukar gå att streama från apples sida dagen efter.

Va tråkigt

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Keyontarna har ju inte varit live på ganska länge nu, vad jag kan minnas.

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Följ någon av de "livekanaler" som finns (ex.v. macnytt.se) och glöm inte att spela bingo

Men "WWDC keynote bingo application!" kan man ju köra om och om igen till de QT-strömmar som kommer läggas upp sedan i efterhand.
Så som förströelse för alla er som inte har göteborgskalas

Me fail english, thats unpossible!

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45 min kvar.

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För er som vill ha live-rapporeringen live, kan ni logga in på:

irc.macrumorslive.com
och joina kanalen: #macrumors

det senaste as of just nu:

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[18:59] <MacRumors> spontaneous crowd applause - false alarm
[19:00] <MacRumors> large number of people with macbooks or macbook pros - anything with a web cam trying to ichat a/v in center
[19:00] <MacRumors> multiple people holding up laptops for video feed of room - spinning around for the full view
[19:00] <MacRumors> crowd getting loud - music getting louder
[19:01] <MacRumors> Apple online store still down
[19:01] <MacRumors> crowd goes wild - Jobs takes the stage
[19:02] <MacRumors> "personal message from steve jobs" - take the rest of the year off.
[19:02] <MacRumors> stop making seemless software that just works
[19:02] <MacRumors> work on your tans
[19:02] <MacRumors> work on poetry, art
[19:02] <MacRumors> crowd laughs
[19:03] <MacRumors> all part of "I'm a PC" intro
[19:03] <MacRumors> crowd erupts in applause
[19:03] <MacRumors> welcome to wwdc 06
[19:03] <MacRumors> thanks so much for coming
[19:03] <MacRumors> we've got 4200 registered attendees - largest wwdc ever

Microsoft Longhorn operating system is going to be Windows Vista. As in “a view into the distance” which surely refers to the prolonged development timeline of the OS

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Mac Pro! Det är vad jag kallar bra speldator! Ganska bra pris också!

OBS: KOLLA EJ OM DU INTE VILL SE VAD SOM HÄNT PÅ EVENTET OCH VILL SE DET SENARE!

[7:12pm] MacRumors: each on it\'s own - 25GB/sec bandwidth
[7:12pm] MacRumors: 4channel
[7:12pm] MacRumors: 256 bit wide memory access
[7:12pm] MacRumors: twice the bus of the G5
[7:12pm] MacRumors: less cooling in box
[7:12pm] MacRumors: room for 4 hard drives
[7:12pm] MacRumors: up to 2 TB of internal storage
[7:12pm] MacRumors: second optical drive
[7:12pm] MacRumors: increased front I/O as well as back I/O
[7:13pm] MacRumors: back - 4 PCI express slots
[7:13pm] MacRumors: graphics slot at bottom - double wide for larger graphics cards
[7:13pm] MacRumors: design of case stays the same
[7:13pm] MacRumors: inside, entirely new
[7:13pm] MacRumors: drive carriers - insert drives without tools - just snap into place
[7:14pm] MacRumors: processors fit in compact space - leaves lots of room in case for full size ram, drives, everything
[7:14pm] MacRumors: 1 standard incredible configuration
[7:14pm] MacRumors: 2.6 Ghz dual
[7:14pm] MacRumors: 256 MB ram
[7:14pm] MacRumors: Superdrive
[7:14pm] MacRumors: $2499
[7:15pm] MacRumors: previous fastest was $800 more than that
[7:15pm] MacRumors: "usually more expensive" - great product to bust that myth
[7:15pm] MacRumors: $1000 more to get close from Dell
[7:15pm] MacRumors: crowd VERY happy
[7:15pm] MacRumors: BTO options
[7:16pm] MacRumors: proc speed - all quad, up to 3ghz
[7:16pm] MacRumors: 16 GB memory
[7:16pm] MacRumors: 2 TB storage
[7:16pm] MacRumors: graphics up to radeon x1900 or FX4500
[7:16pm] MacRumors: wireless BT & Airport
[7:16pm] MacRumors: up to 5 million configurations
[7:17pm] MacRumors: starts shipping TODAY
[7:17pm] MacRumors: crowd erupts in applause
MacRumors: joins rest of great products to intel
[7:17pm] MacRumors: transition finishes today - just 210 days
[7:17pm] MacRumors: nobody else could pull this off
[7:17pm] MacRumors: one more product
[7:17pm] MacRumors: xserve
[7:18pm] MacRumors: incredible - performance and value
[7:19pm] MacRumors: built on Xeons - quad performance
[7:19pm] MacRumors: similar to specs of Mac Pro
[7:19pm] MacRumors: still 1U footprint
[7:19pm] MacRumors: with smaller chip, footprint, easier to get faster chips in
[7:19pm] MacRumors: 5x faster than machine it replaces
[7:19pm] MacRumors: amazing performance - new features, more space, adds redundant power supply
[7:20pm] MacRumors: up to 5 terabytes of storage
[7:20pm] MacRumors: entirely built to order
[7:20pm] MacRumors: up to 1 million configurations
MacRumors: compare to latest dells - beats everything in the category, performance/price
[7:21pm] MacRumors: $3293 for a comp Dell
[7:21pm] MacRumors: $2999 for standard config of xServe
[7:21pm] MacRumors: Jobs back on stage
[7:21pm] MacRumors: software
[7:21pm] MacRumors: OS X - what have we been doing?
MacRumors: 5 major releases - starting in spring of '01
[7:22pm] MacRumors: progressions of software - 19 million active OS X users
[7:22pm] MacRumors: majority of users
[7:22pm] MacRumors: lots of critical acclaim
[7:22pm] MacRumors: best and most advanced computers
[7:22pm] MacRumors: Apple's most successful software product ever.
[7:23pm] MacRumors: we have a 6th major release - Tiger on Intel
[7:23pm] MacRumors: software team did a magnificent job moving it to Intel
[7:23pm] MacRumors: enabled amazing transition to occur in 210 days
[7:23pm] MacRumors: 86 million lines of source code ported to run on a different chip
[7:23pm] MacRumors: pretty amazing
[7:24pm] MacRumors: apps that run on both PowerPC & Intel - now over 3000 UB apps
[7:24pm] MacRumors: All of us at Apple want to say \"thank you\"
[7:24pm] MacRumors: you guys have done a phenomenal job
[7:24pm] MacRumors: lots more announcements during the next week
[7:24pm] MacRumors: What's our competitor been doing for the last 5 years?
[7:24pm] MacRumors: Vista...
[7:25pm] MacRumors: Betrand takes stage
[7:25pm] MacRumors: poking fun at Redmond
[7:25pm] MacRumors: "Redmond - start your photocopiers"
[7:25pm] MacRumors: they actually seem to have done that...
[7:25pm] MacRumors: specific screen shots of Tiger vs Vista
[7:25pm] MacRumors: spotlight
[7:26pm] MacRumors: elegant and powerful
[7:26pm] MacRumors: RSS
[7:27pm] MacRumors: mail, calendaring, address book
[7:27pm] MacRumors: moved search to top right of screen
[7:27pm] MacRumors: wow - the innovation
[7:27pm] MacRumors: redo windows logo to have an aqua feel
[7:27pm] MacRumors: making jokes - crowd laughing
[7:28pm] MacRumors: if you can't innovate, impersonate (shows pic of Elvis impersonator)
[7:29pm] MacRumors: Jobs back on stage
[7:29pm] MacRumors: "money isn't everything" in R&D
[7:29pm] MacRumors: we're working on Leopard
[7:29pm] MacRumors: giving preview of Leopard today
[7:29pm] MacRumors: what we can't show:
[7:29pm] MacRumors: top secret features not being shown, just not letting you know what they are.
[7:30pm] MacRumors: don't want photocopiers started too early
[7:30pm] MacRumors: major things in leopard demo:
[7:30pm] MacRumors: 1) support for 64 bit applications
[7:30pm] MacRumors: previously at unix layer
[7:31pm] MacRumors: in leopard - giant leap forward - extend support all the way through UI framework into applications
[7:31pm] MacRumors: have a fully native 64 bit UI carbon app
[7:31pm] MacRumors: did in a completely 32 bit compatible way
[7:31pm] MacRumors: can run 32 bit apps side by side with 64 bit - no emulation, no translation
[7:31pm] MacRumors: full support, top to bottom
[7:32pm] MacRumors: 2) Time machine
[7:32pm] MacRumors: how to combat loss of information on hard drives - backups
[7:32pm] MacRumors: we all know we should, but lots of people don't
[7:33pm] MacRumors: only 26% of users back up in any way whatsoever
[7:33pm] MacRumors: dig a little deeper - most that say they are are manually dragging files & folders into another drive
[7:33pm] MacRumors: not really secure
[7:33pm] MacRumors: how many use automated software to stay always backed up?
[7:33pm] MacRumors: only 4%
[7:34pm] MacRumors: plan to change all of that
[7:34pm] MacRumors: Time Machine
[7:34pm] MacRumors: automatically backs up mac
[7:34pm] MacRumors: you change a file, it automatically backs up
[7:34pm] MacRumors: photos, music, documents, files folder, everything
[7:34pm] MacRumors: then you can restore everything
[7:34pm] MacRumors: can be right where you were when the HD drive
[7:35pm] MacRumors: can restore everything, or just one file at a time
[7:35pm] MacRumors: backup to HD, or server
[7:35pm] MacRumors: coolest part - and reason we call it that - whole new way of backing up files
[7:35pm] MacRumors: ever had time where you work on a doc and you do a save as and overwrote the wrong one?
MacRumors: finder windows
[7:36pm] MacRumors: important stuff
[7:37pm] MacRumors: with time machine, you can get those files back by entering a date or time
[7:37pm] MacRumors: instantly back
[7:37pm] MacRumors: finder windows move through timeline on the side of the machine through time - very cool to watch
[7:37pm] MacRumors: visual representation of moving through time
[7:38pm] MacRumors: timeline on right-hand side
[7:38pm] MacRumors: can go back a day - or two days
[7:38pm] MacRumors: finder windows "warping" forward
[7:38pm] MacRumors: devs are impressed
[7:39pm] MacRumors: file previews without going through full restore
MacRumors: desktop "warps" back to place in time
[7:39pm] MacRumors: it is that easy to go back in time and restore what you want to restore
[7:39pm] MacRumors: great for finder - but can work with 3rd party apps as well
[7:40pm] MacRumors: can search for documents in the past
[7:40pm] MacRumors: series of windows receeding into the distance
[7:40pm] MacRumors: works in iPhoto
[7:40pm] MacRumors: can find entire roll of deleted photos back in time
[7:41pm] MacRumors: moved to backup system
[7:41pm] MacRumors: iphoto demo of rolling to the past
MacRumors: jumped right to photos
[7:42pm] MacRumors: absolutely the best way to back up everything you have, store everything, and find what you need that you thought you didn't
[7:42pm] MacRumors: 3) deliver complete package
[7:42pm] MacRumors: some really cool beta software now
[7:42pm] MacRumors: shipping all as part of leopard
[7:42pm] MacRumors: boot camp will be included
[7:43pm] MacRumors: reaction to boot camp has been good
[7:43pm] MacRumors: 1/2 million downloads
[7:43pm] MacRumors: will ship as part of leopard
[7:43pm] MacRumors: front row - access to all of your media from across the room sitting on your couch
[7:43pm] MacRumors: next gen front row & photo booth built into leopard
[7:44pm] MacRumors: 4) Virtual Desktops
MacRumors: "space"
[7:44pm] MacRumors: create different spaces for different clusters of apps to work together
[7:45pm] MacRumors: Mail & Safari
[7:45pm] MacRumors: CORRECTION FROM PREVIOUS FOR MAC PRO: dual 2.66 Xeon, 1 GB RAM, Geforce 7300 GT (256 MB VRAM), SuperDrive, $2499
[7:45pm] MacRumors: TIME MACHINE LOGO: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[7:46pm] MacRumors: Steve showing how to use multiple desktops for different jobs - working on web pages, etc.
[7:46pm] MacRumors: "very cool"
[7:46pm] MacRumors: can drag info from one desktop to the other
[7:47pm] MacRumors: spaces lets me create collections of apps for different tasks that's intuitive
MacRumors: built in to leopard
[7:47pm] MacRumors: 5) spotlight
[7:47pm] MacRumors: one of the great features of tiger - instantly search for any file by all sorts of things
[7:47pm] MacRumors: making it even better in leopard
[7:48pm] MacRumors: enabling spotlight to search OTHER machines if you have permissions
acRumors: if at home with several macs, you can search them all
[7:48pm] MacRumors: and search workgroup servers at the office
[7:48pm] MacRumors: advanced search - lots of feedback from devs
[7:49pm] MacRumors: specify file type and other dev requests will be added in leopard
[7:49pm] MacRumors: making it a great app launche
MacRumors: adding recent items to spotlight
[7:49pm] MacRumors: prepopulated with recent stuff you've been doing
[7:49pm] MacRumors: what you're looking for is often right there without doing a search
[7:49pm] MacRumors: 6) more animations
[7:50pm] MacRumors: "CORE animation"
MacRumors: sorry
[7:50pm] MacRumors: allows you to dramatically increase the production value of your applications
[7:50pm] MacRumors: time machine built on core animation
[7:50pm] MacRumors: thousands of layers - text, images, video, openGL, almost anything
[7:50pm] MacRumors: start space, goal space, & keyframes
[7:51pm] MacRumors: core animation handles everything in between - color, size, opacity, all kinds of things
[7:51pm] MacRumors: demo
[7:51pm] MacRumors: icon for it is same as other core items, but purple
MacRumors: very easy to work in - move items around on their own layers
[7:52pm] MacRumors: albums of photos, videos - just scratching the surface
[7:52pm] MacRumors: demo is a screen saver
MacRumors: all you have to do is specify a start and an end, and it figures everything out automatically
[7:52pm] MacRumors: zoom, fly camera around where you want
[7:53pm] MacRumors: written in half the lines of a typical screen saver to produce better results
MacRumors: lots of power to easily add rich interactivity to your apps
[7:53pm] MacRumors: OS X is great - we want everyone to have a chance to use it
[7:53pm] MacRumors: focusing on access for leopard
[7:54pm] MacRumors: rails supports - closed captions for quicktime
[7:54pm] MacRumors: better ways to navigate the system
[7:54pm] MacRumors: best way to show this: "voiceover" - demo
[7:54pm] MacRumors: text to speech
[7:54pm] MacRumors: using Apple boilerplate info from bottom of press releases
MacRumors: new voiceover is incredible - sounds like a real person reading.
[7:56pm] MacRumors: SPACES LOGO: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[7:56pm] MacRumors: TIME MACHINE screen shot: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[7:56pm] MacRumors: voiceover voices are very natural
MacRumors: crowd is very impressed
[7:57pm] MacRumors: one of the things users like to do is speed things up - voiceover speeds up flawlessly
[7:57pm] MacRumors: still clean, understandable.
[7:57pm] MacRumors: next up: the big one
[7:58pm] MacRumors: major enhancements - mail
[7:58pm] MacRumors: really great things - new creative things
[7:58pm] MacRumors: stationary added
[7:58pm] MacRumors: notes added
[7:58pm] MacRumors: to-do's added
MacRumors: stationary:
[7:58pm] MacRumors: photos, email - would be great to apply stationary and have it look incredible in mail - industry standard html email
[7:59pm] MacRumors: can send like that to anyone and will look like this on the other end
[7:59pm] MacRumors: "boom" and send it out
[7:59pm] MacRumors: including lots of templates
[7:59pm] MacRumors: Notes:
[7:59pm] MacRumors: used to send email to myself to make notes of things to take care of - must be a better way to do this
[8:00pm] MacRumors: adding it to leopard - new special mailbox called "notes" to keep them separate
[8:00pm] MacRumors: To Do list - want something more powerful than just notes to keep track of things
[8:00pm] MacRumors: select something - can make it a "to do" item
[8:00pm] MacRumors: priority, alarms, etc.
[8:00pm] MacRumors: can take any incoming mail message and turn it into a to-do
MacRumors: checkbox on emails to create to-do
[8:01pm] MacRumors: any app can contribute and create to-dos
[8:01pm] MacRumors: ical tied into it
[8:01pm] MacRumors: one system-wide to-do tracker
[8:01pm] MacRumors: demo
[8:02pm] MacRumors: brings up mail
[8:02pm] MacRumors: compose new message
[8:02pm] MacRumors: pick a stationary - showing the options shipping in leopard
[8:02pm] MacRumors: finds some photos - drop and move around
[8:03pm] MacRumors: can drag & drop, or start with a previously done mail message and edit to add in stationary
[8:03pm] MacRumors: photo browser window to help find images to add
[8:03pm] MacRumors: very easy to send rich mail
[8:03pm] MacRumors: Notes demo
MacRumors: notes stand out in mail
[8:04pm] MacRumors: easy to create notes
[8:04pm] MacRumors: demo of ToDos
MacRumors: "it's that easy to create ToDo's" - checkbox
[8:06pm] MacRumors: only 3 of the really cool features added to mail
[8:06pm] MacRumors: 9) dashboard
MacRumors: one of our favorite features of tiger
[8:06pm] MacRumors: not only because of starter widgets, but because of all the fantastic 3rd party widgets - over 2500 available today
MacRumors: to help that along -
[8:07pm] MacRumors: 1) For developers: dashcode
[8:07pm] MacRumors: helps to design, develop and debug dashboard widgets
[8:07pm] MacRumors: templates
[8:07pm] MacRumors: all the hard part done - modify it to produce the widget you're looking for
[8:07pm] MacRumors: RSS, podcasts, etc.
[8:07pm] MacRumors: great visual editor for CSS
MacRumors: also ships with parts library - search fields, etc.
[8:08pm] MacRumors: drop into your widget and you're done
[8:08pm] MacRumors: full javascript logger
[8:08pm] MacRumors: *debugger*
MacRumors: for the users:
[8:08pm] MacRumors: way to turn any part of any web page into a widget
[8:08pm] MacRumors: active desktop?
[8:09pm] MacRumors: comic strip - dilbert
[8:09pm] MacRumors: want a widget of that strip
[8:09pm] MacRumors: use Webclip - button in safari to make a widget of that comic strip
[8:09pm] MacRumors: with about 4 clicks, widget created
[8:10pm] MacRumors: doing another demo
[8:10pm] MacRumors: live widget of a section of a web page
[8:11pm] MacRumors: turn top 10 download page into a widget - now you can do it yourself
[8:11pm] MacRumors: NYT bestseller list widget - you can now make your own just from the NYT web page
MacRumors: MAIL TEMPLATES: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[8:12pm] MacRumors: NOTES: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
MacRumors: WIDGETS: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[8:12pm] MacRumors: dashboard demo over
[8:13pm] MacRumors: just created 5 live widgets on stage
MacRumors: DASHCODE ICON: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[8:13pm] MacRumors: DASHCODE shot: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[8:13pm] MacRumors: WEBCLIP: http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...
[8:14pm] MacRumors: 10) seriously enhance iChat
[8:14pm] MacRumors: make it better - multiple logins, visibility, animated icons, video recording, and tabbed chats
[8:15pm] MacRumors: ichat theater
[8:15pm] MacRumors: show slides to family and friends
[8:15pm] MacRumors: iphoto slideshow that you can talk over
[8:15pm] MacRumors: show keynote presentation
[8:15pm] MacRumors: backdrops
[8:15pm] MacRumors: demos
MacRumors: ichat video conference with Phil Schiller
[8:16pm] MacRumors: photobooth effects
[8:16pm] MacRumors: jay leno look
[8:16pm] MacRumors: having fun with filters
[8:17pm] MacRumors: amazing real time effects
[8:17pm] MacRumors: "it's a little weird" - steve
[8:17pm] MacRumors: demo'ing iChat Theater
[8:17pm] MacRumors: Schiller showing photo stream while talking to steve
[8:17pm] MacRumors: Schiller in little window on side of screen
[8:17pm] MacRumors: Keynote presentation the same way - done across iChat video connection
[8:18pm] MacRumors: transitions & effects work
[8:18pm] MacRumors: great for remote client collaboration on projects
[8:19pm] MacRumors: showing the "virus" Mac vs. PC commercial
[8:19pm] MacRumors: Backdrops - wouldn't it be great if you could be somewhere other than where you are?
[8:19pm] MacRumors: Schiller changes his background - no green screen - steps out of frame, set the background, automatically masks out background
[8:20pm] MacRumors: Phil changes to Times Square
[8:20pm] MacRumors: if you can do photos, you can do VIDEO too.
[8:20pm] MacRumors: motion backgrounds
[8:20pm] MacRumors: "A lot of fun" - rollercoaster
MacRumors: "life at apple is a rollercoaster" - Steve
[8:21pm] MacRumors: ichat theater demo over
[8:21pm] MacRumors: really excited about it
[8:22pm] MacRumors: these are just 10 of the many new features in Leopard
[8:22pm] MacRumors: full 64 bit top to bottom
[8:22pm] MacRumors: core animation
[8:22pm] MacRumors: new universal access
[8:22pm] MacRumors: parental controls dramatically enhanced
[8:22pm] MacRumors: Boot camp 1.0
[8:22pm] MacRumors: next gen of front row
[8:22pm] MacRumors: photobooth
[8:22pm] MacRumors: ichat
[8:22pm] MacRumors: mail
[8:22pm] MacRumors: didn't talk about ical - moving to multiuser
[8:23pm] MacRumors: revolutionary tech of tiger to the next level - spotlight, dashboard, webclip
[8:23pm] MacRumors: developer tools with dashcode
[8:23pm] MacRumors: xcode 3.0 released today
[8:23pm] MacRumors: giant leap in xcode
MacRumors: Spaces - whole new way
[8:23pm] MacRumors: and of course, Time Machine
[8:23pm] MacRumors: backup and recovery of entire digital life
[8:24pm] MacRumors: all tech included in Mac OS X Leopard
[8:24pm] MacRumors: developer preview TODAY
[8:24pm] MacRumors: start taking advantage of all this tech so your apps are awesome when they all come out
[8:24pm] MacRumors: Leopard to ship in coming Spring
MacRumors: Thank you for coming
[8:25pm] MacRumors: over 1000 engineers on site
[8:25pm] MacRumors: new mac pros in hands-on sessions
[8:25pm] MacRumors: That's all folks - thanks for watching
[8:25pm] MacRumors: Special thanks to our sources on the floor for continuous coverage
MacRumors: http://www.apple.com/macpro/
MacRumors: 30" Cinema display now only $1999
[8:45pm] MacRumors: http://www.apple.com/xserve/
[8:45pm] MacRumors: http://www.apple.com/macosx/leopard/index.html
MacRumors: 23" Cinema display only $999

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Man måste ju inte posta en total kopia av allt det som står på MacRumors... Bättre att gå dit och läsa live själv.

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Jodå, postar för dom som vill och dom lata

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Time Machine och dylika features dom har fixat direkt från Windows Vista. Känns lite skämmigt att dom snackar om att MS snor allt från dom och announcar saker som detta vilket Vista haft länge nu.

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Men ser det lika kul ut i Vista?

Microsoft Longhorn operating system is going to be Windows Vista. As in “a view into the distance” which surely refers to the prolonged development timeline of the OS

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Men ser det lika kul ut i Vista?

http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com/media/2006/08/...

Hoppas du deletar din post snart.

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Hoppas du deletar din post snart.

huh?

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Skapade en tråd omMac Pro och nya Xserve i Stationära datorsystem:

http://www.sweclockers.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=6...

Medlem i signaturgruppen nyliberala datahakkare med POSIX-kompatibla system.

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De har kluddat ner Apple Mail!

Microsoft Longhorn operating system is going to be Windows Vista. As in “a view into the distance” which surely refers to the prolonged development timeline of the OS

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Det där med mailmallar finns redan i mailprogram. Apple borde egentligen inte snacka strunt om Windows. Bara löjligt med "dom snor våra idéer", urlöjligt. Gör operativsystem i stället för att snacka skit om konkurenterna.

Att Microsoft tillåter Apple och snacka skit om Windows samtidigt som dom gör reklam för att man ska köra det är ju också dåligt. Så snackar dom om att Vista snor deras "ideer". Pfft.

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Det där snacket med Time Machine får ni utveckla, jag är inte vidare insatt i Vista men berätta gärna vad deras lösning var och när de introducerade den.

Jag hittade precis lösenordet till min gamla användare BCX =)
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Det där snacket med Time Machine får ni utveckla, jag är inte vidare insatt i Vista men berätta gärna vad deras lösning var och när de introducerade den.

För länge sen introducerade dom att man kan återställa hela din hårddisk eller enstaka filer. Så om du råkat spara över din word fil och kommer på att du råkade göra något du ångrade kan du helt enkelt återställa det i Vista.

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För länge sen introducerade dom att man kan återställa hela din hårddisk eller enstaka filer. Så om du råkat spara över din word fil och kommer på att du råkade göra något du ångrade kan du helt enkelt återställa det i Vista.

Okej, det låter ju bra. Hur mycket skiljer sig det från Time Machine? Visst, man vet inte mycket om Time Machine men man kan ju spekulera.

Jag hittade precis lösenordet till min gamla användare BCX =)
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Okej, det låter ju bra. Hur mycket skiljer sig det från Time Machine? Visst, man vet inte mycket om Time Machine men man kan ju spekulera.

Inget, Apple har i princip tagit hela deras lösning och intergrerat det i sitt egna OS.

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Inget, Apple har i princip tagit hela deras lösning och intergrerat det i sitt egna OS.

Okej, men om det tillhör framtiden (Time Machine, haha) så är det ju bra att det kommer, vem som än är först. Jag menar, om det är en lösning som är bättre än alla andra så ska den ju tillämpas av alla.

Jag hittade precis lösenordet till min gamla användare BCX =)
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Okej, men om det tillhör framtiden (Time Machine, haha) så är det ju bra att det kommer, vem som än är först. Jag menar, om det är en lösning som är bättre än alla andra så ska den ju tillämpas av alla.

Kul att det låter så men såfort MS gör något så låter det helt annorlunda.

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Okej, men om det tillhör framtiden (Time Machine, haha) så är det ju bra att det kommer, vem som än är först. Jag menar, om det är en lösning som är bättre än alla andra så ska den ju tillämpas av alla.

Inget fel med det. Det som "diskussionen" handlar om är istället det faktum att Apple rackar ner på Microsoft för att sno idéer när de snor idéer själva också.

EDIT: långsammast igen >.<

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