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  • elmancho
    Nov 12, 02:31 PM
    FFS, when will the qq stop about the app approval process, like it or leave it, no one is forcing them to develop for the iphone...

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  • chris975d
    May 5, 09:12 AM
    AT&T already does ota updates for Android phones.
    The update notice tells you that the download will begin once you connect to wifi.
    Keeps you from blowing through your data plan.
    Makes sense that they would do it for the iPhone too.

    I was going to say this as well. It's how my Android phones have always been (with AT&T). Don't know why Apple can't utilize the same method (notification of update, and tell user to connect to wifi to complete update) for my iPhones.

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  • Source
    Oct 14, 12:29 PM
    Originally posted by benixau
    Source you are absolutely pathetic yourself. Mac users, like myself, have to defend our machines. You idiots who use pc's just dont get it. You bash macs evey chance you get and i just wonder how many have actually used one for an extended period of time. You cant honeslty tell me that the very first time you used a pc you were able to figure everything out. I cant tell if it was your first machines but i will tell you this. People who use macs for the first time generally have an easier time than pc users do.

    Now think that over and realise. it is a personal preference. Not a defining factor of who a person is.

    PS. Stop bashing macs!!!!!! (bast*rd)

    If you had read any of my posts, in whole, you would know that i love Macs. Nice work though! I haven't bashed Macs once, just a few Mac users on this board. lol

    buffsldr - Give yourself a gold star for that one. :) [/sarcasm]

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  • mdntcallr
    Aug 3, 03:53 PM
    well aside from the obvious items for refreshing/new products:
    Mac Pro (towers)
    Mac Mini (a lil more there for the $$)
    Macbook Pro (merom Processor + faster GPU maybe new body)
    xServe (well needs Intel power)

    I would LOVE to get a lil ole Apple made Airplane/Auto power adapter for the Macsafe power of portables.

    Why is it taking so long for this?

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  • tzeshan
    Apr 2, 07:51 PM
    Wait, Sony? Not known for providing sensors to other companies? Are you guys joking?

    Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, Sigma, Casio and a whole lot more uses Sony sensors..

    Those are CCD sensors not CMOS image sensors.

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  • Object-X
    Aug 7, 11:01 PM
    Top Secret stuff? You mean like a movie download service? Or a Front Row PVR? iPhone software?

    I find it interesting that he didn't say anything about Front Row and how it would be improved. He didn't say anything about iChat and how it might evolve into a phone service with an integrated iPod/iPhone. In fact, everything they did show are pretty much improvements to existing technologies, except Time Machine (way cool). They didn't add HD-DVD/Blueray to the Mac Pros. I guess what I'm getting at are things that didn't show up are most likely software technologies that have an accompaning hardware device to go with it, and since those products aren't ready they can't spill the beans just yet.

    Mac World in January is going to be amazing!

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  • applefan27073
    Mar 24, 04:27 AM
    Great to see that Apple can still have a little fun!:p:p:p
    I wish I was in there! I would have loved a free iPad 2! I also think the Wife wouldn't complain about a free iPad either...

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  • kntgsp
    Apr 2, 10:54 AM
    Bigger screen is not an improved spec.

    If it's done within the same unit dimensions or slightly (a few millimeters) larger, then yes it is an improved spec.

    In a 3.5" screen is somewhat of a drawback for high end devices that are expected to do everything. Power draw on screens and chips is reduced, the technology exists to keep thin form factors and battery life while scaling up to 3.7 and 4" screens. Just swapping between a Nexus One's 3.7" and Nexus S' 4.0" makes a noticeable difference. Scaling 960x640 up to 4" isn't going to ruin the "zomg retina" that every apple fanatic screams about. It'll still put it ahead of all the competition's 800x480 4" screens.

    When the interface on a device is handled solely through touch input on the screen itself, 4" screens have a significant advantage over 3.5" screens. After using a Nexus S, Galaxy S, HTC HD2, etc. I think the sweet spot is 4". 4.3" and the unit dimensions start getting too big. But 4" provides just enough extra screen real estate to make typing more comfortable and information display easier to read. Not to mention with Apple pushing gaming on its IOS devices, onscreen joysticks would be made quite a bit easier with a little added space.

    And the point is that the current Iphone dimensions don't need to change to accommodate a larger screen. Just lessen the bezel width and you can put a larger screen in the current sized handset without issue. Or scale the dimensions up a few millimeters. Either way it's win-win.

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  • CrazyWingman
    Sep 6, 09:46 AM
    It's a workstation, not a desktop. Yes there is a difference.
    A Mac pro as a home desktop is like a Freightliner with a Pickup bed.

    :) You should make your signature link here ( It's not quite a freightliner, but close enough.

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  • seaweeds
    Mar 29, 10:57 AM
    I feel like the cantankerous old man sitting on his porch and yelling at the neighborhood kids to get off his lawn...Yeah, I'm still rockin' the 3G.

    Honestly though, I'm going to wait for iPhone5 (or whatever number/letter combo) regardless of when it comes out because I've had a great experience with iPhone. Come July I'll have had the same phone for 3 years, and yeah, it's getting slow and it can't do some of the same things 3GS and 4 users can, but the bottom line for me is that the phone still does everything that it's done since day-one, and still does it well.

    This time around, I'm not going to wait in lines, or some of the more crazy stuff like camp out, but whenever it comes out I'll scoop one up.

    I think competition from Droid and other phone OS and hardware producers is a good thing, it means a better product hopefully for everyone. And yeah stats do matter, but I think one aspect of technology that gets undervalued is user experience. I've had a great user experience from iPhone, and that's while I'll buy another.

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  • Masklinn
    Nov 8, 07:48 AM
    Looks like nothing has changed but the processor. Gentlemen, commence your bitching.
    They also doubled the RAM on both 2GHz models, and I think they upped the superdrive as well (from 4x to 6x). And put slightly bigger hard drives, but the latter isn't really interesting.

    Minor upgrade, but upgrade nonetheless

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  • aafuss1
    Aug 8, 08:57 AM (
    "* An unconfirmed forum post claims ( that the Mac Pro CPUs are swappable."

    It's true. The Mac Pro service manual is now available to technicians, which includes instructions for replacing the CPUs.

    I confirmed it too-technicians who have the manual, can go to page 65/66 to see the 2 sockets.

    No Xserve manual yet.

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  • Jetson
    Oct 15, 04:10 PM
    When you look at Steve Job's odyssey from being Apple's CEO, bringing in Sculley, getting stabbed in the back and booted from his own company.

    Jobs goes off on his own, founds Next computer, develops innovative hardware, makes alliances with the likes of George Lucas, founds Pixar and comes up with hit movie after hit movie.

    Meanwhile Apple goes through the dark ages, predictions of Apple going belly up, they beg Steve Jobs to come back to the helm.

    Jobs returns to Apple, gets to work and turns the company around with some of the most inspiring products (iMac) and great market presence.

    Then his team comes up with the marvelous iPod. The Macintosh lineup is arguable the best in the PC world.

    Things would have been much less interesting if Steve didn't have to make this difficult trek. Sometimes what looks bad can be the beginning of something great if you don't give up.

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  • Ieo
    Apr 17, 01:02 AM
    I can't wait for Apple to start selling this somewhere pleasant. :(

    Like the apple store?

    Lol, Joking....The Apple store, while certainly a "neat" place, has never been an all-around pleasant experience for me. The place is constantly packed to the brim with people just gawking and getting whatever they just picked up at the food court thoroughly smeared all over everything while they check facebook.

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  • lhawkins
    Sep 22, 06:13 PM
    It doesn't really matter what you think about Wal*Mart and their practices, however this story seems very unlikely. If proof of these allegations comes to light Apple would be able to double their cash on hand through one of the biggest lawsuit the world has ever seen. These allegations, if true, violate many different federal and state statutes and Apple would probably be bigger than Microsoft after the dust settled. Real damages would be in the Billions and punitive damages could be ten times as much. Wal*Mart can do this kind of thing to small companies and many third world countries, but Apple has the money to actually take this to court and juries are far more likely to believe the popular and stylish iPod maker than Wal*Mart with their reputation (deserved or not) for exploitation.

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  • bigmc6000
    Aug 2, 06:07 PM
    Hackers rank up there with drug dealers as the scum of the earth. Pathetic, cocky wastes of human life. And no - there's no way you can convince me otherwise and I know I'm not in the minority on this one.

    Side Note: Of course I'm talking about the ones who release their stuff into the wild and don't just notify the software company about the problem and keep it to themselves (those are good people and should be commended - it's the other ones that are a waste of flesh)

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  • bsheridan
    Jan 11, 02:53 PM
    Its gotta be wireless (insert)!

    I don't know what though..

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  • cadillaccactus
    Sep 6, 09:16 AM
    for the life of me I can't remember what the 17 and 20 were priced at before today... did they drop?

    this is a dumb question but im curious. i had been holding off on buying a 20, but if the price has come down... hmmm.

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  • vincenz
    Mar 29, 09:59 AM
    This is surprising. I feel like if Apple does the voice integration into iOS well enough, it could be the future of iOS. Sort of like how multitouch got things started, voice will bring it even further. I bet there were tons of people out there who were doubting touchscreens on phones 4 years ago. Everyone still wanted a keyboard.

    sierra oscar
    Aug 24, 12:10 PM
    It was only hours ago I read that the batteries in Apple's products were cleared.

    What is the source of this recall?

    Mar 18, 03:03 PM
    I think they'll keep the Classic around until the iPod Touch exceeds 100GB. And I'm guessing that will happen in September.

    Of course, I've been guessing that will happen "in September" for about 3 years running now.

    Oct 27, 05:57 AM
    As has been suggested earlier, by instructing the controller to ignore anomalous input from the sensor, or by kicking in the fans earlier to prevent rapid expansion of the heatsink on startup, or both.

    But still its not a total fix is it. If you really push your machine it is likely to shutdown again. Also 'ignoring' a potential fire hazard is a bit dangerous dont you think.

    Mar 25, 02:11 PM
    Hopefully it fixes the FaceTime glitch on the iPad 2.

    What FaceTime glitch?

    Mar 25, 01:30 PM
    interesting file size for the iP4!

    666 megs for me. iP4.

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