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now THAT is innovative
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>>685002

Those are speed holes they make the computer go faster.
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someone tldr me on the specs
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>>685005
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>>685003
The epitome of form over function. Mac fags need to be gassed.
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>>685003

Wouldn't mind having that display if it didn't have meme usb c connections.
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That looks horrible. They do it on purpose, don't they?
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>>685010
think different ®©™
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So... no-no for color-critical applications, unless (I suppose) you buy into whatever proprietary calibration solution they'll be coming up with? P3 is nice, tho.

Honestly, the tone and content of the presentation seems directed at prosumers, not professionals. I mean, how's brightness a main selling point, when lighting conditions at work are strictly controlled to match dim viewing environments?
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>>685002
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>>685002
cool
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>>685006
Lmao, cuck's "innovation"
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>>685002
just made this in 20 min, where do I sign to become a member of apple's design team?
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>>685003
>dust
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oh yes mi sweet son I need grater for the cheese on me piezza pies so I borrow yours very much
thank you son
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>>685006
50k for a cheese grater
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>>685031
>20 min
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>>685002
speaking of
how do i use a boolean modifier without it resulting in an absolutely awful mess of a mesh
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>>685054

Pro booleans or the modo thing forget what it's called. If ur workflow consists of booleans all the time then you are better off using fusion 360 or Rhino imo.
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>>685039
Just think about how many years it took Apple to come up with this design. I think he would make for a perfect fit.
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>>685003
That is possibly the most distasteful computer case I have ever laid eyes upon.
What really troubles me looking at is knowing just how many well paid people was involved in it's conception.

It looks like what one might put to pen after strolling into kitchen appliances over at IKEA while jacked on something.
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>>685058
>comparing the time it takes to come up with an idea and have it approved to the time it takes to remodel something that already exists
the absolute state of /3/
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>>685071
>hide your women, the Apple apologist fanboi has arrived.
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>>685071
you can't possibly be serious bro
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History is full of mistakes. This is one of them.
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>>685034
>iBlower®
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>>685002
The worst thing about this is Apple is considered a "pioneer" of design.
Be prepared to see a lot more cheese graters in the future from other companies.

Then again, the trash can never really caught on...
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>>685002
Fuck, now I have to learn how to build a PC so I can put 4 cards in it and get some fucking speed with my 3D.
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>>685062
not a bad grater there
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>>685072
>>685074
no on is defending the design, its obviously bad, but if you think the time it take to remodel an existing object and the time it takes to come up with an idea and get it approved by your supervisors then you really are a moron
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>>685003
My first reaction was disgust but it's kind of growing on me.
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lmao
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Turns out it was designed by this man, he's apparently now the head of a new Apple design division called 'Steve-jobs'.

A leaked design document details it is a celebration of trypophobia and women in the workplace by design reminding of the kitchen space.
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>>685224
reminds me of some meme grin guy who keeps getting posted. not cockmongler but another really toothy grin guy
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>>685224
Hey don't hate on Steve-O. He had nothing to do with this, he's been busy putting hot sauce up his ass.
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>>685006
holy shit that computer is huge
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>>685002

You have to pay for the vesa adapter. Never change apple lol. That stand looks fucking shit. Would be a shame if someone just touched it and it fell off the desk.
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>>685284
It really looks flimsy, it's footprint way too small and would easily be knocked over, I guess the bottom must be made out of some ultra heavy alloy and that's why it cost a thousand bucks.

If so that is well worth the price to have a monitor stand that looks all retarded but makes for an excellent conversation piece.

>"that monitor cost 5k? holy shit and that tiny stand looks like it'll tip over if nudged.."
>"naw man, the bottom plate is filled with a alloy of depleted uranium and gold, to knock it over you must use a force that would've broken the monitor anyway"
>"lol, what the hell?"
>"yeah, and the contact surface is made out of a nanotech cloth that mimics a gecko's feet, you could throw dart with this monitor stand and it'd stick to the wall
> you actually must hit it hard enough to flip the desk it's standing on to make it tip over."
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>>685271
>holy shit that computer is huge
why do you think it costs so much
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>>685301
>Only those deemed wealthy can lift Apple's mighty monitor stand
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>>685231
Way to out yourself as a zoomzoom.
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>>685172
It's a fucking monitor stand you incel.
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I know I'm not supposed to think of a cheese grater but they're making that really hard for me right now.
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>>685100
Not him but I have it, really good grater. I'm pretty sure I've never used 2 of the 4 sides on it though.
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>>685303
well, my mac pro from 2006 is still going; it looks like they finally embraced the nuclear bunker concept
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>>685192
>5 stages of grief
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>>685271
kek
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>>685002
the important thing is that people will look back on that computer and it will be dated in a particular way

people will say its delightfully 2019, before everything collapsed and we had to fight over fresh water
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>>687246
God, I miss when pic related's color used to be more popular. That particular shade and finish of red is my favorite, wish I had a ruby iMac when they came out.
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>>687350
That's... really good looking.
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>>685002

It's now about "just using the boolean modifier LOL", this is probably a pain in the ass to machine. It's an utterly pointless thing to have on a piece of technology that goes obsolete in 5 years though.
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>>685231
this dude?
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>>687396
>utterly pointless thing to have on a piece of technology that goes obsolete in 5 years though
That's basically all of Apple in a nutshell. That's all they do. None of their stuff is particularly "revolutionary" anymore, and it hasn't been for a while now.



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