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  • Jason S.
    Apr 15, 01:57 PM
    Oh god, I hope not.

    The edge of my MacBook Pro are already tasking on my hands, I would not want that in my pocket all day long. Maybe in a regular sitting position it would be alright, but if I'm laying down or sitting in an irregular way, no.

    Sure, it might look nice, but there is more to good design, especially in industrial design, than looking good. It needs to function correctly and feel good to use, even when it's in my pocket, before it needs to look pretty.

    Not to mention if you leave it in your car or outside on a warm day. Yeah, it could happen with a MacBook, but I'd think you're more likely to have your phone with you more than you have your MacBook. And sure, you could get a case, but they make the phone more bulky, add weight, etc. The phone should be designed so a case is not necessary in any normal condition.





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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 02:54 AM
    Here's to a ripe Apple Wednesday morning, followed by a Liverpool win.





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  • GadgetGav
    May 2, 02:20 PM
    If you cant show the date your full of BS, then again your also free to be naive and excused if crimes where committed by apple

    If you can't learn the difference between "your" and "you're", then your [sic] going to have a hard time convincing people of your argument.





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  • wmmk
    Aug 14, 09:44 PM
    Hey guys, when did we stop talking about displays and start the communism discussion?
    in posts 135-139. still, this is related to the price of the displays, so we're not totally off topic.



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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 27, 09:34 PM
    heck, you know there's a motherboard out there that can hold 2 x i7 980x for $600 i think. now that would be awesome - but just 2 processors and motherboard would cost over $2600

    I thought about that, getting one cpu now and getting another one down the road, but the board was only $200 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128423) in this case maybe 2 systems would be better than one - if I get another one down the road or if Apple EVER gets around to making a new Mac Pro :rolleyes:





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  • SDub90
    Apr 5, 03:07 PM
    Is it too late for April Fool's?

    Edit - I kinda want a McRib now...

    Ditto.

    Would have made the app myself, but I assumed it would have been rejected. It's moves like this that make me dislike apple.



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  • wnurse
    Aug 7, 09:00 PM
    If Dell uses the same panel, how do they fit the 23" panel in the 24" enclosure without an inch border? Or how does Apple shrink the 24" panel to fit in a 23" frame?

    Also how does Dell claim higher contrast ratios and greater brightness?

    Dell and Apple may use the same panel manufacturer, but clearly they are NOT identical panels.

    Yes, obviously a 23 inch and a 24 inch cannot be the same panel. You are such a genius. But I wonder.. can a 30 inch apple and a 30 inch dell be the same panel?.. how about a 20 inch apple and a 20 inch dell?.
    But forget all about that.. Are you saying the manufacturer gives apple the superior panels and leave the rejects for Dell?.. So cause Dell panel is 24 inch, they suck compared to apple 23 inch cause logically, since they are not the same size, it implies the Dell panel sucks!!!...

    We must all get together and donate a nobel prize to you. You are such a genius, you make Einstein pale in comparison.

    I don't want to leave you hanging but here's what happens.. The manufacter makes the panels. They cut a panel to apple specs and then the make the exact same panel (or one like it, hopefully, this manufacturer has quality control like every other company and can reproduce panels to exact specifications) and cuts the same panel to 24 inch to dell specifications.
    Simple enough for you Einstein?.





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  • Rookies1000
    Mar 17, 07:36 AM
    That's pretty low and the need to come here and brag about it. Great if you can live with yourself, I couldnt



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  • MacsRgr8
    Jan 5, 05:54 PM
    I love this time of year.

    We had Christmas, and new year, and the usual hangovers and overweightness that accompanies these last couple of days ;)

    Now life gets back to normal......
    .....
    ..... but not for us Mac-geeks. The last couple of days leading up to the MacWorld SF Keynote speech is definitely my favorite time!
    The expectation, the excitement, the rumors, and reading about all of us how we like to spend the actual "time of speech".
    Over here in Europe the time of day is perfect: 6 pm CET. Either stay at work and follow the news there (websites, MRChat etc.) or rush home and do the same.
    Use iChat to link all news & views with fellow nerds....

    Me, personally, I just have to know right away. I can't wait until the QT link is up.... especially as it usually is overloaded and results in poor viewing the first couple of hours.

    Best time of year. Every year (followed by the last days leading up to the WWDC ;) )





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  • quigleybc
    Oct 3, 03:36 PM
    That unit will be the center of a human's universe, Steve's dream of his lifetime. Phone/broadband, iPod, PDA, remote, OSX lite, everything except wiping your butt.



    Ok then I don't want it, no butt wipe no buy buy. :p



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  • Cromulent
    Apr 27, 10:52 PM
    thats funny, as soon as someone mentions "what's a pointer"..everyone shoots to kill here, and they tell you to step out or go deep yourself in books. The last thing you'll get is a simple answer, which 1 out 20 developers give you without asking you "Have you even read the objective-C manual?? cause if not you should leave the Real Coding and go study now

    Fine. I'll give you a simple answer to "What is a pointer?".

    It is a memory address. Nothing more and nothing less. The reason people don't give you the simple answer is because it will mean nothing to you and you won't understand the answer until you have read the articles and documents that people have been trying to get you to read.

    Frankly having read this thread I think your behaviour is disgusting. People have been falling over themselves here trying to help you and you are just dismissing every single piece of help that is being offered to you.





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  • Erwin-Br
    May 4, 04:51 PM
    But by not signing you ARE doing something about it: Hitting the provider's bottom line and that, possibly more than anything else, will lead them to make changes.

    And they will know exactly what to change by reading your mind?

    You have to open your mouth to be heard, sir.



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  • michael.lauden
    Mar 19, 06:21 PM
    How did this thread become an argument between different dialects? Stop trolling and enjoy using the phones that you have.

    and close this thread.





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  • Warbrain
    Sep 12, 07:51 AM
    Isn't today the start of the Paris expo? So let's see...6 hours ahead of me here in Chicago...1 PM! They're updating it for the fact that the expo is up and running.



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  • DoFoT9
    May 15, 11:52 PM
    ok. i might try and set it up next weekend. we'll see. only 2 more weeks here though! thank goodness!

    haha yay! lucky :D let me know how it goes!





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  • Eraserhead
    May 7, 02:47 AM
    Not sure what's medically relevant about owning or not owning a gun, but still, why penalize a doctor for asking and not, say, a teacher, clergyman, mechanic, dry cleaner, etc.? It doesn't make any sense.

    Because guns are dangerous, and people who are mentally unstable shouldn't be allowed to have them.

    Exactly the same applies to driving.



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  • rhett7660
    Apr 21, 02:41 PM
    Sorry, this idea is horrible. People are going to downrate posts because they disagree with someone's opinion, not because it's a bad post.

    I can easily see the fanboys downrating anyone who mentions Microsoft, Android or any of Apple's competitors in a positive light.

    I think you meant this can both ways. Some will mention Apple products and there are a select few who will vote negative....





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  • mw360
    Apr 6, 09:40 AM
    What makes them worthless?

    Anyway, you live by the Apple you die by the Apple. Your choice to make your choices theirs.

    They're worthless because the user's likelihood of clicking on each iAd is not related to the user's interest in the product. They'll probably just click on all of them, just to see what they look like.

    That's a really bad platform for advertisers, where they're basically paying per click to exhibit to a very cynical audience (eg rival advertisers, agencies etc).





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  • Chip NoVaMac
    Mar 13, 04:23 PM
    To say that Apple innovates anything these days is disingenuous, at best.

    What Apple does is define what is stylish and chic. This isn't a negative thing, however. Style is very important because a poorly designed product can be a pain to use and doesn't make us feel good about our purchases.

    There are a host of innovators across the tech world, but Apple isn't one of them. If I want to find the next building material or breakthrough mechanism, I'm certainly not going to look at Apple.

    On the other hand, if I want to find the one company that is going to take existing technology and make it stylish, sleek, easy to use, and generally fun to use, then I look squarely at Apple.

    No matter how frustrated I become with some of Apple's choices (for example, why can't I have a matte mbp without a custom order like I could a few years ago?), I must admit that its products are always beautiful and much easier to use than others on the market.

    That's really where Apple's strength lies. Other companies haven't figured out how to "un-techhead" their product lines.

    Can you say just one company that seems to capture the needs/desires as Apple has?

    I don'y see lines for the latest Droid phone or pad...

    Like it or not of late; Apple knows how do things right...





    millerb7
    May 2, 11:03 AM
    I find it hilarious that Steve Jobs claimed Apple was not tracking users, but now all of a sudden we find Location tracking being completely removed from this version of iOS, that is honestly something that annoyes me..

    Well that's just wrong... they aren't completely removing location tracking in anything. Just fixing "bugs" that stored to much information in a file on your phone.

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    TheMacBookPro
    Mar 18, 10:51 AM
    That was exactly my point. I don't see why people care so much about what phone someone else has. It's only the Android folks that engage in this, I have yet to see an iPhone owner behave so pathetically.

    Seriously?

    You're behaving pretty pathetically too. What are you trying to gain from this thread? The approval of other Apple fanboys? Or are you trying to make yourself feel better about your purchase?

    Take a look through the forums, and you'll find plenty of people 'behaving so pathetically' in plenty of threads. Including this one!

    FTR I have two iPhone 4's, a Nexus S and a LYNX 3D (SH-03C). There goes your theory that Android device owners are all too poor to afford an iPhone :rolleyes:

    Several things:

    Never had Angry Birds run at '2FPS' and I have the 'original Google phone'- a HTC G1. Runs nice and smooth on 2.2 (general usage and games). My iPhone 3G OTOH...

    Doing the same things (heavy web browsing, 1~2 hours of talk time, 1 hour of A2DP BT music streaming in my car) I get just under 1 days' battery life on both my NS and iPhone 4.

    As for the screen- less pixel dense on my NS obviously but in direct sunlight the NS's SAMOLED is way better than my iPhone.
    Love the 3D on my SH-03C. Mobile ASV on it is as good, if not better than, the iPhone's IPS technology.
    I gotta admit that my 4's screen is crisper. Shame they can't produce them all the same (my 32GB is pee-yellow while my 16GB is very white).

    You're either a balanced 'reviewer' or an Apple apologist (plenty of them here!). I'm leaning towards the latter. ;)





    Cander
    Mar 28, 02:34 PM
    Welcome to 1984.

    Because not being eligible for an award ranks right up there with freedom of speech. :rolleyes:





    Reach9
    Mar 17, 10:28 PM
    Wow, so so jealous? Well, we'll be able to laugh at them when the iPhone 5 comes around as well.

    Best thing to do is to ignore these people.





    Macky-Mac
    May 5, 04:15 PM
    ..... the point is we don't need the damn government getting involved and telling doctors what they can and can't ask. Or for that matter telling doctors who they must and who they musn't provide care for. It's a private transaction between the customer and the physician, so leave it at that....

    in reality though, the government is deeply involved in licensing and regulating the practice of medicine. It does so to protect the public from harm by quacks, malpractice, fraud and criminal behavior.

    And when it comes to hot button issues, abortion as an example, state governments do indeed tell doctors they have to say and do certain things.


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