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  • synth3tik
    Jan 10, 05:17 PM
    Thats something that should stay at the hackers convention. not CES and most definitely not MWSF.





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  • puuukeey
    Jan 9, 04:42 PM
    Nevermind





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 11, 08:01 AM
    Actually its the other way around. Windows 7 has leap frogged apple in terms of functionality, UI and usability.

    Apple needs to play catch up by adding some features to OSX.

    What are those features?

    What is that 'UI'?

    What kind of usability?





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  • ezekielrage_99
    Oct 11, 02:14 AM
    Yeah, Apple isn't going to sit back and let Zune steal its lunch!

    I am leaning towards a new iPod product before the end of the year for two reasons:

    1) Zune is being release, Apple needs to steal the limelight here.
    2) The last iPod update was a huge deal for the Nano and a non-event for the 5G iPod.





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  • MacU
    Oct 13, 05:55 PM
    You have hundreds of phone choices.

    I doubt the legislation would make people happier. Most of you would find something else to complain about (e.g. price, features).

    Um...Competition will only make things better in a Capitalist market.





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  • JoeG4
    Mar 9, 12:38 AM
    Apple isn't all that strikingly inventive, companies have been making touch screen candybar phones for a very long time. Apple was not the first, and they weren't really the first to retail-ize the smartphone either. Shoot, they weren't the first to make a dockable smartphone by far. XD

    They weren't the first to USB either: All sorts of machines (Compaqs, Sonys, and Packard Bells come to mind) had USB ports before the iMac came to be.

    I dunno, I can think of a lot of things that Apple wasn't the first to do, however it's definitely hard NOT to agree that some companies copy Apple to dubious extents.

    Take this for example
    http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/03/asuset2700aio2.jpg

    Or uh.. hrm..
    all those HP laptops coming out right now? XD





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  • menlotechnical
    Apr 23, 11:26 AM
    OK, like any topic we should all be on the common ground about what we are talking about. Some guys pulled together this discussion about finding hidden tracking information.
    The video is fairly short, but worth a watch just to speak somewhat intelligently on this issue:
    http://mashable.com/2011/04/20/iphone-location-history/

    The crazy part is, you have to keep in mind the ignorance of all the media people, all the 'journalists' all the comments on places like the Wall Street Journal. These people thrive on conspiracy and almost go out of their way to never get facts to talk about an issue.

    After listening to this video I realize that these two have no idea what they are doing, while claiming that they have discovered something dramatic and private, they have only found that the LOCAL iPhone backup contains a database file that stores long lat information with time stamps, as well as country codes and area codes. Kind of like a call history you find in ALL cell phones. Additionally, the cell phone works by tracking it's relative positioning based on communications with cell towers. So the info they found was just the mechanics of cell phone and GPS technology. Yes, the phone keeps track of where you have been physically in relation to those towers. Probably moreso a mix of reliability for service - caching local locations and speeding up the ability for the device to switch from tower to tower. These boys also bring up the fact that every device has a unique ID as well as every tower! Wow. The next discovery they may make will be the fundamentals of ip v4 addressing and the TCP/IP stack (can't wait!!)

    Seriously, watch that video and give us your impressions of what these two brains figured out.

    Also, how come no one is talking about FB invasion.. which is really the whole sale invasion of privacy and selling your information - a practice stolen directly from credit card companies. Banks, insurance companies, brokerage firms, and credit card reporting companies spend more time and make more money without consent than any other industry. Even cell phone providers.

    These boys wind up their discussion saying they really are not sure what this location information means, and that it remains in the iphone owners hands, and they cannot prove that it EVER leaves the phone, nor the PC. It is an ever growing file, which just is not practical for Apple to track of and constantly send to their offices. Probably, Facebook and 4square collect more information than Apple from any one iPhone.
    Here is an excellent rebuttal that explains technical detail why these two are wrong:




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  • WeegieMac
    Sep 28, 12:24 PM
    Nice one, Steve ... he's worked for it.

    We're here for a good time, not for a long time.





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  • iBlue
    Apr 27, 01:07 AM
    Web-surfing baboons might not agree with your assessment, but I'm pretty sure humans would. Those boxes are not supposed to be there.

    :D

    The boxes were there for me under Firefox and I was under the impression they were supposed to be. However I was pleasantly surprised to find them no longer there last night, so this must be fixed :)

    It seems so. The boxes are gone. Now for the entire ratings system. :p





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 12, 08:45 AM
    It's certainly possible that the next version of iLife that will ship with Lion-based Macs will be ad supported and provide a link to MAS to get rid of the ads, but we aren't there yet. ;)

    B

    Not possible.

    But yes, we aren't there yet. :P





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  • Warbrain
    Sep 12, 08:22 AM
    NO

    Thank you. I've been restraining myself from doing that. How many times do we need to say that?





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  • redAPPLE
    Sep 12, 08:01 AM
    I was going to receive a (female) friend tonight, but she postponed for tomorrow...so this means I will have instead a big "yawning" session tonight at Apple news/rumor sites, with few things applicable to people outside of the US...move along, citizens... :(

    why would a female friend postpone?





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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Sep 26, 02:04 PM
    Code optimization & tweaking is always good.. very good, but you'll eventually run up against the limitations of the processor. I've been having that issue for the past two weeks here at work. Disk usage hasn't been the problem, it's just me needing more horsepower than the dual G5 can muster.


    a C2D MBP would give you what? Maybe a 20% speed bump. I doubt you'd notice except if you used a stop watch. For photographers and Videographers I doubt C2D would bing even a 20% boost as their main bottleneck is the speed of the disk.

    Try this experiment: Bring up Activity Monitor and see if the CPU is as 100% if it is not a faster CPU will do nothing for you. On a Mac the CPU is at 100% mostly when transcoding or redering, those tasks will go faster after the speed bump

    My gues is that the code re-work inside Aperture will speed things up MUCH more than a C2D could.





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  • Phil A.
    Apr 29, 04:25 PM
    Speaking of bad iCal, why is it I can't flip pages in the Calendar app on my iPad by actually flicking the pages (a la iBooks)? Instead I have to tap on arrow buttons? What's up with that???

    I thought it was only me that was annoyed by that one! I'm surprised they've not addressed it yet, and it's incredibly unintuitive to have to tap a little button at the bottom of the page instead of flipping the page like you do in iBooks





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  • Nekbeth
    Apr 25, 04:49 PM
    No problem dejo, I understand.. It can be frustrating for others as well as myself and that's why some people tell you to go read all Apple's documentation for a simple question and some others help you no matter what. Speaking a language fluidly could take years, I can hardly speak French myself but that is not stoping me from going to France & ask for coffee in their language. (even if they get upset cause I talk awful, which some do, but some others like it :P).

    About my issue, I think I solve it. I was able to show up an alarm with using that method after I declare it appropriately.

    I now have some thing like this :

    - (IBAction) cancelTime: (id) sender
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  • gootz
    Aug 15, 12:43 AM
    I went into my local Apple store yesterday and they denied that there were even upgrades? WTF? I guess they want to sell off there current stock?





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  • rjwill246
    Oct 28, 04:03 PM
    The thin veneer is off the vast majority of people that clamor for OSS.

    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!

    Even when you talk to these people they eventually get around to saying that everything "digital" should be free. I assume they don't really work for a living and think that welfare should be universal and include them de novo, probably play/sing " The Internationale" at sunrise and bedtime and have never paid taxes or at least intend not to.

    I would NEVER hire anyone like this since they obviously have NO problem with stealing others' hard work.





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  • twoodcc
    Apr 28, 09:24 PM
    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:

    well, 2 systems would be better than one, if you can afford it.

    let's see

    dual cpu:
    - 2 x i7 980x - $2,000
    - motherboard - $600
    - 12 GB of RAM - about $300
    - powersupply - about $120

    total - about $3,020

    single cpu:
    - i7 980x - $1,000
    - motherboard - $200
    - 6 GB of RAM - about $150
    - powersupply - about $80

    total - about $1430 x 2 = $2,860

    so 2 systems might actually be cheaper. i didn't put a case, since with the big $600 motherboard, it won't fit in most cases. and i assume you already have gpus





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  • Doctor Q
    May 3, 01:55 PM
    I don't really get this... You already pay fees for the data - why do they care for how you use it?
    Two answers come to mind:




    jagolden
    Sep 12, 07:00 AM
    Daffy Duck is from Warner, not Disney.


    Sufferin' Soccatacsshhhh!!!!





    sikuss
    Apr 8, 07:28 PM
    Refurbed iPad1 after I gave my previous ipad to my grandmother to use

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    Lyra
    Aug 1, 02:03 PM
    Honestly Denmark, Norway and Sweden...

    If you don't like it, then get out... Leave it, don't touch it and shut up!

    No one is forcing you to buy it, so stop whining... You are not making any sense, you are just acting like desperate little people wanting to bash Apple cause that is the PC way to do things...

    Most PC users with an iPod in Scandinavia only rip music and that is all...

    So, let me explain it to you, since you don't seem to get it...

    IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT... Here it comes... DON'T BUY IT!!!!!!

    Stop acting so money hungry... Yeah, Norway wanting to give Apple a fine for their format... Wow... that's rich!

    So, if a tiny country (Norway) with a few people wanting money, all they have to do is make a new law that is formulated so that they can "according to their law" say that international companies are violating their laws... Inventive, but very greedy...

    There are other ways of getting noticed you know... Like doing something that actually benefits the world... (Max Von Sydow, doesn't count, he was Swedish)





    adouglas2001
    Jan 15, 03:03 PM
    Just sold my Apple shares.

    Genius move, that.

    Have you never heard of "sell on the news?" Everyone's already done it.

    Apple is down $13.50 as I write this.

    It will come back up, provided the economy as a whole doesn't implode.

    I got an Apple gift card for the holidays, and was waiting to see what Apple was going to announce. My decision? I'm ordering a refurb MBP to replace my G4 Powerbook this week.

    "Old old old?" Not compared to my early-2003 computer. It's dramatically faster, dramatically more efficient, and dramatically more capacious than the machine I've got. Based on the Penryn tests I've seen so far, an MBP update will result in only a marginal improvement. I don't NEED a few extra percent of battery life or performance here and there.

    It is always wiser in the long run IMHO to be a late adopter and buy near the end of a product lifecycle than near the beginning. Early adopters are, and have always been, late beta testers.

    I dunno...seems that everyone could use just a little less caffeine and stop obsessing over instant gratification and wish fulfillment. Take a deep breath. Leopard WILL be updated. Blu-Ray WILL happen. The MBP WILL get a refresh. And so on. But not today. Big deal. Wait a few months.

    Could be that age and decades of experience have given me an appreciation for the long view. I just don't get all torqued up over every tiny move that Apple makes (or fails to make). They still make great products.





    MattInOz
    Sep 28, 08:53 PM
    So are there enough Arch's on this board to have a mock up competition?

    I see a plan like that and I already have an idea of how I'd elevate it what materials would be used. But also how I'd expect the Architect in question to create the the Form. Then again there is Steve's influence.

    Then again there are probably 100's of ways this could look and still be in keeping with the Aesthetic and the plans. We see mock ups of every other product why not the iHouse?

    Edit: Does anyone else think that is a wood fired dome (pizza) oven standing in the door way of the butlers kitchen?



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