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  • topmounter
    Mar 25, 01:07 PM
    Update of the beast!

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  • Blakeco123
    Mar 18, 11:37 PM
    How cool would it be if apple released a 10th anniversary edition ipod classic that was 320gb (double current) and also came with a cable that could attach to an ipad and the ipod would act as a media drive to play music and movies off of.

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  • steelfist
    Nov 8, 01:16 AM
    i don't mind an integrated graphics card, all I want is a better integrated graphics card, the best that intel can offer.

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  • fcortese
    Mar 12, 10:30 AM

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  • JGowan
    Mar 28, 11:11 PM
    Are we under the assumption that the Lion upgrade will be $29?

    I haven't been around for a release past Snow Leopard so I'm not sure what to expect.It'll be $129 — the same as ALL of the past upgrades except for Snow Leopard which was Leopard but just a slimmed-down, rewriting of the OS. Apple felt that without a lot of core new features being added, they would give the public a break and just charge a nominal fee for Snow Leopard, rather than the typical $129.

    Don't listen to anyone who says differently. It will be $129.

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  • swingerofbirch
    Aug 7, 10:49 PM
    I'm curious to know whether these Top Secret features have been excluded from the developer preview as well........

    Would they purposefully give developers a beta with striped down features?

    And if the point of not publicly releasing them is that they dont want Microsoft to copy the features but they DO include those features in the developer preview, I have to imagine that Microsoft will see those features as I assume it is an official Apple developer and would receive these materials!

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  • genovelle
    Nov 13, 07:52 AM
    I can totally understand his frustration. His job is to make his application better. When there is a big bug that sneaks into the application but isn't caught before the release of the app. You discover it after several people complain (and several in FB terms is probably thousands) but you can fix the problem in an hour. But then you need to wait 2-3 weeks for the application to be approved by apple. In the mean time you can't do jack **** because the app store is completely controlled by Apple. Oh and the user has to deal with the bug until Apple approves the update which at the current rate can be anywhere from a week to three weeks (or more as noted below).

    His job is made harder because of Apple's BS. Why would you want your job to be harder than it needs to be? Of course you don't want your job to be harder. So why say that his job should be any different than your own.

    Nevermind the other developers out there like Cerulean Studio's who haven't heard a single peep from Apple about their Trillian app for the iPhone for over 3 months. THREE MONTHS.

    It's pretty clear that while one developer has the capability to be reassigned to better things, not all developers are. As a result he chose to make his life easier. Others can't, but my guess is that if they had the choice they too would switch away from the App Store.

    Look at Steven Frank (from Panic) who tried to ditch the iPhone for philosophical reasons as well. He wasn't able to leave. But my guess is his success rate would be higher now with the newer Android devices (Droid and Droid Eris/Hero).

    This isn't just one developer having problems. It's a LOT of big developers who are seeing issues. meanwhile more fart apps, flashlight apps and trash are loaded up on the store for no good reason. But those who actually want to make your life easier are getting nothing but grief (or in the case of Cerulean Studios' NOTHING).

    Look at the bigger picture is what I'm saying.

    It could have something to do with the fact that Apple actually review the apps to some degree. They review more apps in a week as some of these platforms have available on their phones after a year of trying. Keep in mind that he worked for Facebook and if they are relying on one programmer for this app then thats their failure.

    This guy is just trying to draw attention to himself so that whatever he has been working on in his spare time will be noticed more easily. Give it a little time. He will have a start up of his own of some kind and will use this as a soap box to get everyones attention as the guy who Apple made mad because he didn't like the process of writing for an app that wasn't open sourced on a embedded device.

    If he was writing for the Wii, Xbox, or even VERIZONS none Andriod phones this process would have been far more restrictive. If Apple allow these cry babies to force them to make there phone less secure the making it a free for all or even changing the policies that clearly make it a superior platform, shame on them. Stick with what works! One developer at one company is not a great loss. There is a price to get to play with the best of anything, if you can't play by the rules you should leave.

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  • Infrared
    Apr 12, 05:54 AM
    (ahem) There IS a difference. Photoshop is far more advanced that Pixelmator for P-R-O-F-E-S-S-I-O-N-A-L work. It has a deeper set of tools and features available.

    And some of them even work properly :-)

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  • kgtenacious
    Apr 17, 06:51 PM
    It's appropriate that Toys'r'Us would carry the iPad 2, an overpriced toy.

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  • eenu
    Sep 13, 04:01 AM
    RELAX dude!

    Not everyone get one for free! It's only in US!
    I can only get a discount on the old model! And no discount at all for the new.

    Glad someone else said this!

    I'm confused though. I was told on the phone the old nano would cost me �155. Take off the �100 rebate and it would cost me �55. Went and bought my 24" iMac online and took the iPod offer and it cost �129. So i am hoping the rebate is still �100 and it will only end up costing me �29 :D

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  • Ava's Meeshee
    May 5, 02:39 PM
    And yes, STUPID idea. If I want 3D I'll walk to my bathroom and go take a p*ss. I want 2D for my computing needs.

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  • theheadguy
    Apr 12, 11:45 AM
    If they build it from scratch, they could probably design the place with working conditions that don't make people as suicidal (

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  • dongmin
    Jan 11, 01:24 PM

    1. Airport Express 2.0 with support for video streaming or (Airtunes 2.0)

    2. Wireless AppleTV

    3. WiMax or 3G integrated with new MacBooks

    4. Slingbox to iPhone (as already rumored)

    5. Some sort of iTunes integration with in-flight entertainment

    6. Super-light MacBooks

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  • rdowns
    Apr 28, 11:57 AM
    Yep, I'm one of them. Not to de-rail the thread, but I live about two blocks from a tiny tornado that popped down in the Birmingham area. No damage at my house, but three streets over there are no standing trees or power poles.

    As for Tuscaloosa, jeez. I've never seen footage like this except for on Discovery Channel, in places like tornado alley. In the lower left hand corner you'll see my old law school, and behind it about a half-mile is the main Tuscaloosa hospital, DCH.

    I'm so naive. I didn't think tornados like this were real, at least anywhere outside of known "tornado alley" kinds of places. Just awful.

    Glad everything is OK on your end. Pictures and videos are horrific. You're not naive. Most of us can't really fathom these things unless they hit close to home.

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  • dlewis23
    May 5, 08:50 AM
    Blow through your data cap with 650MB downloads for every point update? Not happening until Apple can deliver smaller downloads for updates.

    No, it would have to not count against your cap. If it did count 1 update would put people over who are on the 200 MB AT&T data plan.

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  • justaregularjoe
    Oct 13, 05:53 PM
    On my Flickr I have them tagged!

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    FLICKR Set with Tags:

    I hate to impose and I don't want to come across as creepy, but I was wondering if you could draw up a rough schematic of your room; I love the layout.

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  • macchiato2009
    May 5, 05:01 AM
    IMHO, 3D is the crappiest piece of technology since a long time...

    3D movies are blurrier than regular HD non-3D movies, they give headaches

    and 3D on the new portable Nintendo 3DS is kind of lame

    i really don't want Apple to fall into this kind of ****** trend, just because it's a trend

    it seems to me that manufacturers are not giving the choice of the consumer anymore: what if people don't want 3D devices ?

    we will probably lose 1 or 2 years during which companies will lose money because their products will be failures until they'll start to understand they should probe the market before releasing unwanted piece of crap/tech

    i will probably buy the ipad 2 soon, because if the rumor comes true, then i will totally deny the ipad 3(D)

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  • Compile 'em all
    Nov 11, 10:26 PM
    wont miss him I think the Facebook app could be much better

    Do you actually know anything about him? He is a high profile developer that worked on the original Firefox and the firebug extension. If he quits, it means something is VERY wrong with the Apple approval process.

    I have a strong feeling Apple gave him a hard time with an update to the app so he was like **** that, it is not worth it.

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  • citizenzen
    Mar 10, 07:58 PM
    So much of our budget problems are due our desire to rule the world through our military. No other solution makes as big an impact as drastically scaling back our "defense" spending.

    Apr 2, 10:24 AM
    Next week's front page story: "Sony guy loses job after Steve Jobs rips Sony CEO a new @ss for leak."

    Have you ever heard of "Controlled Leaks"? :rolleyes:

    Aug 4, 06:24 AM
    Heh, I'm willing to bet that the Leopard discs will be up on a BT site within a weeks time. :rolleyes:

    Whats a BT site? Pardon my ignorance.....

    Mar 12, 08:48 AM
    Oh whatever, I am buying a MBP by the end of this month when I have the cash ready. I could care less if it is the latest one out or not. I am sure that whatever I buy will suit my needs for years to come.

    It's nice to see someone with some perspective and isn't complaining daily because an update with speed increases that they'll never even notice hasn't been released yet.

    Nov 25, 10:12 AM
    No. All the music on iTunes is now DRM free as standard.

    weird. mostly everything i bought doesnt play elsewhere and I bought it all after april '09

    Mar 28, 10:11 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8A293 Safari/6531.22.7)

    It's neither a math game nor marketing ploy.

    Apple is not artificially limiting the number of attendees. It's a facilities issue. They are at maximum capacity for this venue. It's not like they can simply print out 5000 more badges. The fire marshal would shut the place down.

    That's why local television coverage of professional sports have their blackouts lifted after a sellout. Not everyone who wants to watch can fit in the stadium/arena.

    But there are larger venues available, so it is certainly possible to limit the number of attendees by choosing a venue that is too small.

    It's a conference, not a rolling stones concert. You can't just infinitely scale upwards and provide a good experience. There are practical limits to the size of an audience you can have for useful sessions.

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