• WWDC 2012
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[QUOTE=Bomimo;36329273]comeon dude... Don't do that... That's just wrong... Lucky for you, you didn't mean it the way you typed it, eh![/QUOTE] He meant near future. E.G. you'll be replacing it before you use more than 8GB on average
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Main problem i've found with the beta is i'm unable to connect to 3G now. I still get 2G and EDGE, but in places i'd usually get 3G i no longer get it.
[QUOTE=JoshJosh117;36331283]Yeah, I'd like to get three years out of this at least. Eventually, there will be 3rd party SSD replacements. But the RAM is actually soldered in, so there's no changing it. I use Logic and Ableton for music production, Photoshop of course, and [I]occasionally[/I] use video editing software and CAD. 8 GB will most likely be enough but I'd rather be safer than sorry.[/QUOTE] MacBooks usually last a lot longer than three years, so take that into consideration when ordering yours. I currently have 8GB in my MBP and it's more than enough, but since you can't install more RAM in the new MacBooks future-proofing might not be a bad idea. You're going to get a [i]lot[/i] more mileage out of that laptop than you will from most other laptops.
[QUOTE=darth-veger;36328233]They only release a new iPhone every 10-12 months Also the 4inch screen[/QUOTE] screen size is preferable for each and every person. I don't mind a 3.5
[QUOTE=Protocol7;36329414]He meant near future. E.G. you'll be replacing it before you use more than 8GB on average[/QUOTE] I know.
[QUOTE=Dav0r;36331640]screen size is preferable for each and every person. I don't mind a 3.5[/QUOTE] I feel like the SGSII and SIII are a little unwieldy and uncomfortable to use with one hand
[QUOTE=JoshJosh117;36331283]Yeah, I'd like to get three years out of this at least. Eventually, there will be 3rd party SSD replacements. But the RAM is actually soldered in, so there's no changing it. I use Logic and Ableton for music production, Photoshop of course, and [I]occasionally[/I] use video editing software and CAD. 8 GB will most likely be enough but I'd rather be safer than sorry.[/QUOTE] Are the SSDs not soldered on too, like the MBA?
[QUOTE=Bomimo;36329273]comeon dude... Don't do that... That's just wrong... Lucky for you, you didn't mean it the way you typed it, eh![/QUOTE] Come on yourself, the future doesn't mean year 2070.
[QUOTE=Trekintosh;36335887]Are the SSDs not soldered on too, like the MBA?[/QUOTE] Nope, they're on small proprietary chips that are removable. The MBA's SSD isn't soldered in either, it's the exact same style as the new MBP's but a different connector. Only the RAM is soldered in in both models.
[QUOTE=Epic Sandwich;36336905]Nope, they're on small proprietary chips that are removable. The MBA's SSD isn't soldered in either, it's the exact same style as the new MBP's but a different connector. Only the RAM is soldered in in both models.[/QUOTE] Oh okay. Then I'm definitely getting the base model of the new one, and I'll upgrade to 512gb once an upgrade is made available. I believe Other World Computing has 768gb SSD's for the MBA, they'll probably make a 1tb one for this thing.
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