Sweet land movie I agree that

Sweet land movie

I agree that slot-loading drives has some annoying limitations, but that hasnt stopped Apple from using them exclusively in all their Macs, except the Mac Pro in which a full-sized, full-speed tray-loading drive makes sense. Thats what people said about CD-Rs. It has to start out expensive CD-Rs were never that expensive. 50 for a Sony BD-R right now and that is a price drop. Dual layer is BR burning/recording wont become pervasive until those prices are cut down to a small fraction of what they currently are. Burner prices must drop as well. AND the encoding time has to be shortened by building rendering accelerator chips into the computers. Encoding for Blu-Ray video is seriously time consuming even with a fast computer. With the release of Mac OS X 5 earlier this week /2008/09/15/apple-releases-mac-os-x-10-5-5/, Apple should begin work on Mac OS X Built-in Blu-ray support into Mac OS X would open the door for Apple to finally incorporate Blu-ray drives into their Macs as well as Blu-ray support into their suite of iLife applications. The 6 update will not come before the rumored notebook revisions in October, but could conceivably be ready by Macworld San Francisco 200 Forget iLife. DVDSP is WAY past due for an upgrade. Does anyone know of a professional app from Apple that is this long in the tooth? Besides, I get the impression that Jobs does not think optical media is important anymore given the integration of YouTube into iMovie and the lack of integration between iMovie and iDVD. If Apple hasnt released it in Tiger OR Leopard they certainly arent going to do it in a point-point release. Blue-ray in Snow Leopard, MAYBE. In a release? NFW. Burners are already under 300 for the slimline models and under 250 for desktop models. Even less for a bulk purchase company like Apple. There is NO reason for them to have delayed so long. Now everything comes clear. MWSF 2009 iLife 09 with Blu-ray support new Cinema Displays with Blu-ray movie support 6 with Blu-ray support Nehalem Mac Pro with Blu-ray drive BTO. 😎 But wheres the tablet and/or mini-tablet?::mad: i am puzzled at why Apple makes sweet land movie wait on this. To wait until macworld would continue the diasppointment of many consumers. they ought to include Blu-Ray Hardware support on the entire macintosh line as new models come out. Given that two Macs STILL dont have DVD burners, I wouldnt hold my breath on Blu-ray, even readers, coming to the MacBook and Mac mini. Some says new macbooks will come out in jan 09, some says shipping and will be out on oct 31, some says it will be launched on oct Soo many you link me to those rumors? If you guys want to compare this kind of capability with a 5Mbps or 6Mbps HD stream for both audio and video, I pity you guys. Yes, this is not how majority of people watch home A/V, but again we are talking about high quality here, not lowest common the question is whether Apple wants to cater to sweet land movie high quality that, as youve said, not how majority of people watch home A/V. If so, then we can see Blu-ray. If not, then the likelihood of Blu-ray is decreased quite a bit. And I dont see cost being the main reason why theres no Blu-ray BTO in Macs, as there are RAM BTO options on the Mac Pro costing way more than any quoted Blu-ray drive prices in this thread.

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