|Dec 20, 2014, 12:35 AM||#1351|
Hello Everybody Thanks All of Forum member specially thanks Forum moderation change and accepts forum member. I am Md.Shihab Uddin- Professional Online Marketer and have a Good idea in Graphic Design, now I am working in Top Graphing Design Company our position is online Marketing Executive. Sometimes I Face Graphic Related Problem then I needs to join this forum I hope every member suggests and help graphic related any problem.
Thanks and Regards
|Feb 2, 2015, 11:06 PM||#1352|
Hey everyone! I figured it was about time that I formally introduced myself to the MacRumors community. My name is Joe and, thanks to Arnold and Eric, I was provided with the opportunity to come on board as Editor and Community Manager last month. The editorial staffers, moderators and rest of the team seem great!
You will most frequently find me posting on MacRumors on weekday mornings, and may have already seen a few articles that I have written on the front page. I will also be looking to get involved with the community as much as possible, so there's a good chance that we may connect through Facebook, Twitter or the forums at some point.
For a little context, I am a 20-year-old Apple aficionado from the Toronto, Canada area that basically grew up on the Internet and loves being involved with online communities. You may have seen my name on a few familiar websites and blogs in recent months and years. My venture into blogging began in 2008 and I haven't looked back since.
In terms of Apple products, I have a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro with an external Thunderbolt Display and iPhone 6 as my daily drivers, although I am very much considering upgrading to the 5K iMac and adding another 4K monitor (at 60 Hz!) I also want to get an Apple Watch as soon as they're available, which I am incredibly impatient in waiting for. April can't come any sooner!
I look forward to getting to know everyone at MacRumors on a more personal basis over the coming days and months! I've already been given a kind welcome by some of the forum moderators, but I hope to get to know more users on a name-to-name basis. I'm sure some people will be kind enough to help me learn the ropes. Thanks and see everyone on the forums!
Editor & Community Manager, MacRumors
Last edited by Joe Rossignol; Feb 3, 2015 at 07:03 AM.
|Feb 12, 2015, 11:53 PM||#1353|
I am coming from the other side to MACs....
My custom ordered IMAC:
27" IMAC 3.5GHz to turbo 3.9GHz
8GB will expand to 32GB
3TB Fusion Drive
Received my superdrive today, have to wait till tuesday to get my new IMAC.
Wish it would hurry up and get here.
|Feb 13, 2015, 01:06 AM||#1354|
I have been using Mac for only 6 months or so, and I am an amateur for this. So want to know in detail and how solve problems or so. Heard of MacRumor and have been following this for 3 months, so here I am, registered. Lets see how does it work.
|Feb 22, 2015, 11:47 AM||#1356|
Hi to all here. Long time lurker but finally decided to register.
I'm based near Lincoln (United Kingdom) and am currently using an iPhone 5S, iPad Air 2, and a brand new 13" MacBook Pro Retina. Long time Mac user and this is the first time in many years I've been completely without a desktop machine. Going to see how I get on like this for a while, and if needs be, may soon be purchasing one of the newer iMac's.
Anyway, I look forward to spending some time here
|Mar 24, 2015, 11:58 AM||#1358|
Hello! I've been lurking around on this forum, reading and learning for about a month now!
I'm an IT guy, but mostly as a hobbyist. I'm very fluent in both hardware and software, and I have lots of networking experience. I'm currently the network admin for a small property management company, although the IT side of the job is a much smaller portion of my everyday duties. In other words, it's not my profession.
I'm an amateur photographer who's been out of the game for about a year, but looking to really get back into it. I'm also going to slowly progress towards shooting more video. In addition, I also enjoy a fair amount of graphic design and some web design.
I just recently purchased a used Mac Pro (4,1) with dual 2.26 CPU's . My intention is to upgrade this machine with a pair of x5690's, faster RAM and a beefier graphics card, etc..
I migrated from a custom built Windows machine which didn't necessarily require an upgrade, but I really wanted to get back on the Mac platform, and I wanted something powerful. New Mac Pro's are a tad bit pricey, so I did some research on this forum and I learned about upgrading a dated Mac Pro with some beefier hardware. So I purchased a 2009 Mac Pro and things started rolling!
Most of my computer work consists of photo editing, and in time - video editing as well. I used to do a lot of video production and editing, which I intend to get back into in the coming months.
I really enjoy OSX over Windows, so that is my main reason for switching. I've owned many Apple products in the past (MacBook Pro's, iMac's, countless iPhone's) but a Mac Pro is a new territory for me. I'm excited!
I'll be ordering the CPU's this weekend and I expect to have them installed as early as mid-next week .
Hopefully I won't have any questions, but if I do, I know I'll find the answers on here.
MacPro4,1 - 2 x 2.26 - 10GB - GT 120 - 128GB SSD - 2 x 4TB HDD - 2 x 23" 1080p IPS Displays
|Mar 25, 2015, 06:21 AM||#1359|
I have been a lurker of the forums for a few years now and finally decided to join.
I bought my first macbook and iMac back in 2007 and have been hooked ever since.
I currently am using a late 2012 mini with a 2.6 i7.
The day I received it in the mail it was torn down to install a second drive kit and 16GB of ram. Its current set up is a Samsung pro 512GB SSD for boot then the standard 1TB drive as storage in the second bay.
I run a sign and sticker business and needed a work station.
A few friends talked me into trying a PC again.
I built a decently high end work station.
Asus sabertooth z87, 4770K i7, asus 780Ti 4GB card, twin samsung pros in raid 0(boot drives), 8TB of internal storage in raid 10, H100i radiator and water block, tons of other parts.
I hated it. It always needed tweaks in bios to keep the stupid thing happy. I spent more time in bios than doing work so it had to go.
I built the mini to hold me over until I would buy a mac pro(What I should have done in the first place). Now I am highly considering waiting till the next gen retina iMac to upgrade.
Suprsingly the mini can power everything I need decently well.
I currently use two samsung 23" 1080P monitors.
I would love to get a thunderbolt display to replace one of them I am just worried it would not be able to power them.
I am sure you will see me posting a ton on her now that I have finally joined.
Late 2012 Mac Mini, 2.6Ghz quad core i7, 16 GB Ram, dual drive kit, 512 GB Samsung 840 pro SSD ipad Air 2 128GB iphone 6+ 128GB Tv 3
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