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Δημοσίευση από Connor MacLeod » 03 Οκτ 2008 13:25

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Ως συνήθως ενα διάστημα πριν ανακοινωθεί κατι επίσημο απο την apple, φήμες δίνουν και παίρνουν,
καθως επικρατεί και άκρα μυστικότητα μεχρι την τελική ανακοίνωση.

Φήμες λοιπον για ενα νεο project της apple εχουν βγει σε διαφορα forums και site.
Κανεις δεν ξέρει για τι ακριβως πρόκειται ή ακόμα αν υπάρχει καν αυτο το project.

Το όνομα αυτού - Brick -
Δηλαδή...Τουβλο!

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Windows-smashing super-technology!

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The Brick has nothing to do with the device actually looking physically like a brick at all. Rather, it is likely that it is simply a name
for an upcoming product (or group of products) that Apple thinks will be sexy enough to pull a huge marketshare away from Microsoft.
After all, how do you break "Windows"? You throw a brick through them!"
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Εκδοχή Δευτερη:
Wireless USB Hub

Perhaps the "brick" would have a Wireless USB hub...We know that most features of a traditional dock can be used with USB.
Audio in/out, keyboards, mice, DVD drives, external hard drives, networking... even new displays can be plugged in via USB.
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Εκδοχή Τρ'ιτη:
Mac Mini Pro

Sources have indicated Apple's "one more thing," code named 'Brick' rumored to be announced around October 14th along with a MacBook refresh,
will actually be a re-design of the Mac Mini super-sized to reveal a Mac Mini Pro of sorts.

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Εκδοχή Τέταρτη:
Netbook

There is some chatter that this "Brick" is actually a Mac tablet, but we here at TG Daily believe that if that is in fact the case,
Macworld in January may be a more appropriate event to unveil a tablet. Another rumor has it that Apple may introduce a brand-new sub-notebook to compete with Asustek's EeePC.

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Αλλες εκδοχές:

:arrow: Καινούριο AppleTV Box

:arrow: All-Screen Laptop (MultiTouch Laptop)
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:arrow: Fully customizable Mac product line

:arrow: Airport Express with HD video streaming

:arrow: A central data server allowing smaller devices to store/sync their data and media
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Δημοσίευση από mrpc » 03 Οκτ 2008 22:12

Μήπως θα μας κλειδώσουν τα σπασμένα iphone και θα τα κάνουν ibricks πάλι;


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Δημοσίευση από Connor MacLeod » 04 Οκτ 2008 12:19

Το site 9to5 γράφει ότι την ερχόμενη εβδομάδα θα εχει περισσότερες πληροφορίες για το τούβλο και ότι θα ειναι κάτι πολύ μεγάλο.

http://9to5mac.com/brick-clue-number-two

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Απο την Photo πάντως φαίνεται οτι θα έχει να κάνει μάλλον με ασύρματη τεχνολογία.
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Δημοσίευση από Aflex » 04 Οκτ 2008 12:27

Cool!!!

ΥΓ. Aυτο στην φωτογραφία είναι μικρόφωνο?

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Δημοσίευση από Connor MacLeod » 04 Οκτ 2008 12:37

Οχι, Laser!
:-P
Τωρα δεν ξέρω αν ειναι καποια σύμπτωση αυτο, με αυτο:
http://www.freestuff.gr/forums/viewtopic.php?t=38162
:-?
Αν ειναι κατι σχετικο ή ασχετο.
Θα δουμε την ερχόμενη βδομάδα.
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Δημοσίευση από Aflex » 04 Οκτ 2008 15:15

Kόνορ έχεις καμία άλλη πηγή επί του θέματος?

(ξέρεις, από αυτές που σε πληροφορούσαν και για τα λειτουργικά των windows κτλπ. :):D:) )

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Δημοσίευση από Connor MacLeod » 04 Οκτ 2008 15:19

Μπαααα.
Για τα windows έχουμε τα μέσα.
Για mac τιποτε ακόμα.
:-(

Θελω να πιστευω, πως μια μερα θα κάνουμε στενή παρεα με τον Στιβ-άκο, και θα μπορω να σας λέω πολυ περισσότερα!
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Δημοσίευση από Connor MacLeod » 05 Οκτ 2008 10:06

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The MacBook Brick is a block of high-quality, aircraft grade aluminum. It is the beginning.

The beginning of what?

It is the beginning of the new Apple manufacturing process to make MacBooks. It is totally revolutionary, a game changer. One of the biggest Apple innovations in a decade.

The MacBook manufacturing process up to this point has been outsourced to Chinese or Taiwanese manufacturers like Foxconn. Now Apple is in charge. The company has spent the last few years building an entirely new manufacturing process that uses lasers and jets of water to carve the MacBooks out of a brick of aluminum.

(Yes, this sounded a bit crazy to us as well. But our source is adamant so bear with us. He says Apple has built a manufacturing process that would make Henry Ford proud.)

This isn't entirely new. Steve Jobs has always had a fondness for having his own plant to produce computers. In 1990, he built a totally automated plant in Fremont California (thanks PED) that could build NeXT machines with only 100 workers. It was a "plant with just about everything: lasers, robots, speed, and remarkably few defects." Unfortunately, the demand wasn't very high at the time. However, Jobs remarked, "I'm as proud of the factory as I am of the computer."

One thing about Steve Jobs is that he seems to always return to his failures and then turn them into successes. That is where our information ends and speculation begins.

What advantages are there to manufacturing with 3D laser and water jet cutting?

* Carving out of aluminum eliminates the need to bend the metal and create weak spots or microfolds and rifts.
* There are no seams in the final product, so it is smooth.
* Screws aren’t needed to tie the products together.
* The shell is one piece of metal so it is super light, super strong and super cheap.
* You can be a whole lot more creative with the design if you don't have to machine it.


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Connor MacLeod έγραψε:Εικόνα



The MacBook Brick is a block of high-quality, aircraft grade aluminum. It is the beginning.

The beginning of what?

It is the beginning of the new Apple manufacturing process to make MacBooks. It is totally revolutionary, a game changer. One of the biggest Apple innovations in a decade.

The MacBook manufacturing process up to this point has been outsourced to Chinese or Taiwanese manufacturers like Foxconn. Now Apple is in charge. The company has spent the last few years building an entirely new manufacturing process that uses lasers and jets of water to carve the MacBooks out of a brick of aluminum.

(Yes, this sounded a bit crazy to us as well. But our source is adamant so bear with us. He says Apple has built a manufacturing process that would make Henry Ford proud.)

This isn't entirely new. Steve Jobs has always had a fondness for having his own plant to produce computers. In 1990, he built a totally automated plant in Fremont California (thanks PED) that could build NeXT machines with only 100 workers. It was a "plant with just about everything: lasers, robots, speed, and remarkably few defects." Unfortunately, the demand wasn't very high at the time. However, Jobs remarked, "I'm as proud of the factory as I am of the computer."

One thing about Steve Jobs is that he seems to always return to his failures and then turn them into successes. That is where our information ends and speculation begins.

What advantages are there to manufacturing with 3D laser and water jet cutting?

* Carving out of aluminum eliminates the need to bend the metal and create weak spots or microfolds and rifts.
* There are no seams in the final product, so it is smooth.
* Screws aren’t needed to tie the products together.
* The shell is one piece of metal so it is super light, super strong and super cheap.
* You can be a whole lot more creative with the design if you don't have to machine it.


http://9to5mac.com/macbook-brick
Βρε Κόνορ θα μας τρελάνεις? :o :o :o

Eάν αυτό είναι αλήθεια δηλαδή, θα έχουμε φτηνότερα. πιο καλά και τζαμάτα μακ-όνια?

Αχ μακάρι!!... :D

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