Hi guys Just an FYI that we have scheduled downtime from our hosting partner, CatN, on the following dates and times: Between 0600 and 1000 GMT on 02 July 2015 Between 0600 and 1000 GMT on 03 July 2015 Specifically, they're going to be replacing/upgrading core routers at Telehouse. Apologies for any inconvenience! -Ed
Guys, after our outage last week (which was related to this issue), things should now (hopefully) be back to normal. If not, please do let me know and post your traceroutes. Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience!
Not if it's distributed here in the context of hateful intent. Aside from that, spreading someone's contact details and encouraging abuse is just plain wrong and there's nothing to gain from it. Be better, not bitter.
Guys I appreciate nobody likes to see the individuals behind Tonymac profiteering so much from their exploitation of developers in the x86 community, but let's keep this discussion clean. I can't condone distributing their contact details on InsanelyMac in a way that's encouraging hateful will towards them: that's wrong. I've had a number of e-mails from "tonymacx86 & MacMan" pleading with me for the removal of this thread: I've deleted one post that had a telephone number and I'm waiting for them to come back to me with any other specific posts. Let's be the bigger guys here. If they want take other people's work and make money out of it, fine, let's carry on raising awareness of this in the community and encourage users how to learn to do it without their "software". I'm open to debate on this, but as I said, keep it clean, and let's be respectful and mature about it. -Ed
The wait is finally over, Tim Cook made good on his promise of doing something special for the Mac Pro.
Apple today gave a sneak preview at WWDC of its all-new Mac Pro that its engineers are still working on, unveiling a relatively diminutive black cylinder form factor that is dwarfed by its outgoing predecessor.
Like the current Mac Pro, it's been designed around air flow, but with cool air being drawn in from underneath and hot air being expelled upwards, not too dissimilar from the ill-fated G4 Cube from 2000.
Indeed, it's in fact smaller in size than the PowerMac G4 Cube, at just 6.6" diameter and 9.9" tall, compared to the Cube which clocked in at 7.65" square, and 10" tall due to its elevation for air intake and cables into the bottom.
Based on the new-generation Intel Xeon E5 chipset, the new Mac Pro will pack 12 cores like the current model, but with PCI Express gen. 3 and 256-bit-wide floating-point instructions.
A first for any Mac are dual GP...
@Innova InsanelyMac did not get paid, the reviewer, Rampage Dev, also did not get paid: I will admit we were approached by them and asked if we'd be interested to do a review and were very organised about it, i.e. had software link and free activation codes. I done my research and could see the mixed reviews, I offered it to Rampage Dev who done his review and didn't find anything malware about it, so please, if it is malware then show us your evidence and reference your sources.
This incredible Apple I computer in full working order was auctioned on the weekend for a whopping $671,400.
Reported by the Bits blog over at the NY Times, the buyer who scooped one of the very few remaining working examples of Apple's first ever computer "was a wealthy entrepreneur from the Far East, who wishes to remain anonymous".
Interestingly, this latest example of the Apple I was purchased in faulty condition for $40,000 earlier in the year, and its new owner cleverly fixed it and restored the unit to full working order before hopping on a plane to California and managing to get Steve Wozniak, Apple's only surviving co-founder, to sign it, ensuring maximum value when the bidding ended.
The video above shows the Apple I executing basic code and even producing ultra-low resolution "character art" of Apple's founders, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs.
"The high prices paid for the machines seem to be explained by the combination of scarcity, a fascination with the early histor...
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After a few months of use you may notice that your Mac OS X installation is not a fast and efficient as it once was. Mac Keeper is a Application for Mac OS X that optimizes the system in 4 specific areas which are Security, Data Control, Cleaning and Optimization. Now as many users will ask how creditable are there claims? The following will answer this and more.
Core 2 Duo
OS X 10.8.3 Existing Install over 1 year of age
Installation was very simple after downloading the latest version found here and was no different then any other package installation. Within 5 minutes the install was complete and I was ready to start using the application.
Mac Keeper has a user-friendly interface that will be very easy to use and to navigate. On the left are the tools that the application provides for various tasks and each providing a brief description of what eac...
Check out our new 'Downloads' area at InsanelyMac. A single, easy-to-use area where you can download the latest kexts from developers in the InsanelyMac community, and even popular files from developers outside. Discuss and support each other from within the linked forum threads.
We look forward to growing this area with demand and adding more files for download. Let us know what you think!
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Apple has today released an incremental update to iOS 6 for iPhone 4S users. iOS 6.1.1 addresses battery and 3G issues that some iPhone 4S users were experiencing after "upgrading" from iOS 6.0 to 6.1: an issue so widespread that Vodafone in the UK was issuing alerts to customers to avoid updating to iOS 6.1.
Problems ranged from overheating to rapidly draining batteries as well as intermittent 3G performance.
Note that this update is only available to iPhone 4S users: iPhone 5 users may have to wait for an update, some of whom are also reporting 3G issues on iOS 6.1.
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Apple has sent letters to resellers across Europe informing them to place their final orders for Mac Pro machines by February 18th as Apple will no longer be selling the professional towers from March 1st onwards in Europe.
The reason behind the unusual move by Apple is due to the aging Mac Pro failing to meet an un-specified criteria from Amendment 1 of Regulation IEC 60950-1; an international safety standard for electrical equipment.
This could be taken as either good or bad news for the fate of the relatively neglected Mac Pro: naysayers could argue that this is the beginning of the end of the Mac Pro as Apple prepares to wind up production, and other territories may follow in ceasing sales of the high-end Mac.
However, far more likely it's a simple case of Apple having something else up its sleeve later this year as already promised by Tim Cook in an e-mail, coupled with the fact that it doesn't really affect Apple given the Mac Pro is such a niche product in its lin...