derFunkenstein wrote:Geotag isn't as useful; seems like it needs a GPS-enabled camera like a cell phone. Manually tagging places will take forever on my library but keeping up with it as I go will be nice. iPhoto alone will be worth the $80 upgrade. Hoping for an expanded software instrument library and Apple Loops library for Garage Band.
Thresher wrote:Actually, there are several mainstream cameras on the market now that include GPS units.
Thresher wrote:Gotta say, this is the lamest MacWorld ever, at least so far.
The lifespan of a battery is measured in recharges. One recharge is a complete charge and discharge of a battery’s energy. A recharge doesn’t necessarily occur every time you plug in your notebook; many partial charges can add up to a single full recharge. The typical battery delivers about 200 to 300 recharges before its capacity declines to approximately 80 percent. At that point the battery still works, but its performance is diminished. Thanks to the breakthroughs of advanced chemistry and Adaptive Charging, the battery in the 17-inch MacBook Pro can go through up to 1000 recharges before it reaches 80 percent of its original capacity
derFunkenstein wrote:Since the battery is non-removable, I think Apple has no choice but to consider it under the 3-year AppleCare warranty whereas removable batteries aren't covered.
derFunkenstein wrote:derFunkenstein wrote:Since the battery is non-removable, I think Apple has no choice but to consider it under the 3-year AppleCare warranty whereas removable batteries aren't covered.
Nevermind, they do not warrant the battery beyond one year. How lame.
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