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The 10.7.4 update includes general operating system fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and reliability of your Mac.
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Samsung and other leading brands of LCD TVs have been peddling their smart TVs, yet Apple's remained largely hush on the subject, delivering subtle updates to their set-top box solution, the Apple TV.
New ramblings emerging from analyst Peter Misek at Jefferies sees increased speculation after he went on record to state that Apple's smart TV sets are "far more than a TV. It is a display, gaming center, media hub, computer, home automator, etc."
It's previously been reported that the smart TV from Apple will be available in 3 sizes, ranging from 32" to 55", and now Misek's declaring that the average sale price will be $1,250, making it affordable for mass consumption.
Misek also said that he believes specialty components in China have begun to ship to Apple's suppliers, albeit in "small quantities".
The Apple TV sets, or "iPanel", is expected to be released at the end of this year. Get your credit cards ready, folks.
Might the cooperation between the staff of InsanelyMac and its users keep prospering for a long time.
We asked user PunkNugget to take charge of it, as it is in fact his idea. We'll try to reward the best yearly Mod with a prize. If you have already posted a topic (with your Mod) which could be moved to this new forum, just let me or a global mod know, and we'll move it.
About the project leader, PunkNugget:
He is a 15+ year Mac owner. He wanted to build his own personal Custom PC and figure out how to get his copy of Mac OS X to work with his new PC, since he kept hearing about "Hackintoshes."
That's how he eventually found InsanelyMac.com and also wanted a place where we can DISPLAY our Hackies with PRIDE! We asked him if he would be willing to participate, and hence the reason why we have MacMod of the Month.
Whether or not the Mac Pro goes the way of the Xserve and gets phased out, awesome benchmarking site BareFeats (one of my personal favorite sites) wanted to see how the latest graphics card from AMD, the Radeon HD 7970 fared.
Here's one of the graphs plotted, showing frames per second in Starcraft 2:
Head on over to the full report over at BareFeats to get the full low down and analysis.
Let us know if you've built yourself a Mac Pro, or why not even submit your own Mac mod in our MacMod of the month competition.