Blood creek town creek

Blood creek town creek 2009

When is that likely to happen? Macworld 2010? i am puzzled at why Apple makes people wait on this. To wait until macworld would continue the diasppointment of many consumers. they ought to include Blu-Ray Hardware support on the entire macintosh line as new models come out. especially just on the bd-rom reading for superdrives. the tech is there and apple is currently due to refresh the entire line. and in about 2 months, iMac, but i wouldnt expect them to update that one until Macworld, they wouldnt update it during November, based on historical update cycle timelines. though they could refresh sooner. I can see a blu-ray CTO option for a price of 9 Would be blood creek town creek 2009 though if it were closer to 2 The problem I have believing that Apple will release a BRD option in their notebooks or iMac anytime soon is the issue with the size drive required. 15 MBPs and 20 iMacs current require a 5mm optical drive. 17 MBPs and 24 iMacs require a 7mm optical drive. The latter are prohibitively expensive, even for a reader, which wont make sense in a Mac, and the former doesnt yet exist, as far as I can tell. The BR drives you see in notebooks for 150 are 5 notebooks using clunky tray loading drives. I cant see Apple going that route for an optical format that very few people will use. But Rose stated BR support in To me, that isnt about adding an internal drives to the Mac line, but simply adding software support for iLife and Por apps and letting users use the cheaper and faster external 3rd-party BRD for their media. MacWorld would be great for new iLife and Pro Apps with this support. nope, alot of us want to be able to watch our Blu-ray movie content on our laptops while travelling, and dont care about the stupid extra disc that costs 5 more version with Digital copy, just want to watch a movie, without installing in in itunes and such. i really hope they have made a deal for a slot loading reading drive for laptops. or even on imacs it is so frustrating they dont even give this as an option on BTO macs. and for those who say the drive doesnt exist, that is just BS so there must be a version available or could be made cheaper for reading BD discs and burning CD/DVD content. It is good to dream about it, but thinking that apple just started to work on 6 is just very naive. Apple is probably working on 7 release by now. 5 was released to testing months ago. There is no indication of BD support even in next BTW, Apple was sitting on both chairs HD-DVD and BD, but none have been implemented. Apple was first to introduce CD in personal computer and they seems to be ahead of everyone this time by eliminating optical drives from computers in a similar fashion of floppy drives. The max we should expect is to burn and play unencrypted HD content. the tech is there and apple is currently due to refresh the entire line. Apple Cinema Display needs to be updated for HDCP compliance for Blu-RayYes, all of them are overdue. My guess is that theyll release new blood creek town creek 2009 with BluRay support really soon now. For the Cinema Display, my guess is that theyll switch to 16:9 and add DisplayPort HDMI. Physical media will go away eventually. As many people here pointed out, its probable that BD Blu-Ray is the last optical media. The efforts are going into cloud computing so your data would be everywhere and you only need a device to access it, be it a pocket-sized, laptop-sized or workstation-sized. Look at Google Docs, your data is on their servers and you can access it from anywhere. I dont think optical media will go blood creek town creek 2009 any time soon.

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