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  • wordmunger
    Aug 24, 12:15 PM
    Hmmm... I wonder if I'm affected. I replaced my iBook G4 battery with a different brand. Wonder if they've got the same problem. I suppose it's possible that I could get a free new battery out of all this -- not bad!

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 17, 12:04 AM (

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  • ironjaw
    Nov 8, 08:52 AM
    Can anyone quote the UK HE store prices or post a link to it please?

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  • reflex
    Nov 7, 04:46 AM
    Intel will be releasing Merom next spring, AND an ultra-low voltage version for tiny laptops.

    I assume you mean they will release Santa Rosa (a chipset, not a cpu) next spring?

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  • Punani
    Aug 4, 01:22 AM
    Anybody know about that Q?

    That is the logo for Quartz, the graphics framework.

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  • KnightWRX
    May 5, 06:17 AM
    This makes the iPad a real computer not some parasite that feeds off it's host computer for life.

    The iPad, no matter how parasitic it is, is still a real computer. :rolleyes:

    And wow at all the people "finding problems" with OTA updates. Android has been at it for years on many carriers and with many different data caps in place, rooted phones, phones with custom ROMs, etc.. and yet none of those guys whine about OTA updates. The Apple crowd really needs to get with it. It's optional people, it is for Android, no reason it wouldn't be for iPhone.

    Options are good.

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  • TUD
    Mar 25, 12:22 PM
    Hope it resolves the short battery life since updating to 4.3!

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  • ddrueckhammer
    Sep 12, 04:37 PM
    This thing will sell like mad but why didn't they just make the the mini smaller and flash based last year?

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  • OllyW
    Apr 14, 11:44 AM
    I am surprised so many PCs are sold as it is. I wonder if people are happy with them or they just sit in a drawer or closet somewhere.

    Macs aren't the answer to everyone's needs. Apple only have a touch over 4% of the worldwide market so do you think the other 96% of customers are sitting there head in hand wishing they had a Mac?

    Apple have targeted the highly profitable premium home market and now dominate it. They aren't interested in the low end or business market because they don't need a huge market share to do well and are prepared to let their competitors fight amongst themselves for those lower margin sales.

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  • macUser2007
    Nov 3, 03:31 PM
    On a full sized computer? That's horrible. Adobe has to get their act together and make flash more efficient before they can be allowed on the iphone. :rolleyes:

    Well, yes, on a full-size C2D iMac.

    But, did you notice the part where on a similar, C2D AOPEN Mini, running Windows 7, IE8 runs the same Flash movie at 0%-1%, Chrome and Firefox at 4%, but Safari goes to almost 30%.

    I'd say it's Apple that has the problem, and not Adobe.

    Flash works just fine, and it's useful and necessary to the vast majority of users. Adobe seems to be doing a very good job with 10, and from what I've seen, it runs just fine on mobiles presumably less powerful than the iPhone.

    The way I see it, if there is a pi$$ing match between Apple and Adobe, and Adobe takes its ball (Creative Suite) and walks away from Apple, the Mac OS will die, for all practical purposes.

    Anyway, the iPhone must have Flash, if it is to remain competitive, and Apple really needs to dedicate some resources, and make sure Flash (and Java) run better on OS X.

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  • ironjaw
    Nov 8, 08:52 AM
    Can anyone quote the UK HE store prices or post a link to it please?

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  • kerpow
    Sep 12, 05:36 AM
    Interesting article on Vista. I expect MS will copy Apple and build the next OS around a Linux or FreeBSD kernel.,,1868642,00.html

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  • swedeykx
    Aug 7, 10:48 PM
    Something tells me that core animation is going to be iPhoto for multi-touch. It reminds me a lot of the NYU video demo of multi touch interaction experiment photo editing tool. It would not surprise me at all if some feature use this soon.

    my 2 cents.

    his is pure speculation so dont read anything into it. I am just making a correlation between the look of the two softwares.

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  • RichardI
    Nov 24, 10:54 AM
    I'm curious. Anybody know where all that money goes? How much does Apple (the computer company) get vs. music companies vs. the two remaining Beatles? I heard that Michael Jackson owned the rights to a lot of Beatles songs - and now he's gone too. Any place this can be looked at?

    Rich :cool:

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  • ArtOfWarfare
    Nov 23, 08:57 PM

    I'm saying that all those people who said, "Everyone who likes the Beatles already have all of their albums" (ahem, that list includes me! :eek:) weren't just wrong, they were epically wrong. :cool:


    Although... it could have just been fans who already owned pirated copies deciding that they liked the Beatles so much that they should legally download it.

    I do that sometimes if I like something a lot and regret having pirated it.

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  • Ubuntu
    Aug 30, 05:50 PM
    You'd think that considering Windows being famous for security problems, Microsoft would provide the 'extra good security' for free, or a lower price...

    Of course, rumours!

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  • blackberrypilot
    Mar 29, 09:48 AM
    I just picked up an iPad 2 from Radioshack. They didn't have any 3G models.

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  • Bonte
    Jul 23, 03:12 PM
    I'd like to point out the reason it is being released at WWDC. It has a form of widgets and internet connectivity options. It will be a whole new platform for developers to release apps. I was told this 6 months ago, by somebody who has always given me Apple rumors correctly.

    3P apps and games? I'm all for it but it would blur the simplicity of the ipod and effectively make it a PDA, i'm not sure Apple/iPod/iTunes is ready to take this step.

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  • szark
    Aug 7, 10:46 PM
    I still wonder where the Airport and Bluetooth antennas are.

    They stick out from underneath the case. I'm pretty sure you can see that at some point during the Keynote speech (look for the blue "transmission circles" next to the Mac Pro -- the antenna is at the center of the circles).

    Sep 4, 05:48 PM
    It's a shame that these $65.00 chinese 1GB MP4 players with the Samsung chip have MP3 playback - Video - FM Radio - eBook Reader - Photo Viewer - Voice & FM Recorder, yet the Nano at three times the price does not!

    Not sure about you, but I like Apple for its industrial design and simplicity, not feature bloat.

    Nov 27, 10:08 AM
    Money talks. &*^#*@!# walks. :)

    money talks is right. i hope it happens though

    Apr 11, 04:04 PM
    I am not skeptical, that implies doubt. Road apples have a distinct smell, my lack of belief is the opposite of a shortcoming. My "cynicism" is based on observation and experience. I know what to expect from most religious people, as far as the context of their theology pertains to me or my interactions with them. These are not personal issues that require any kind of therapy.

    This is why we have a problem. Both of us think the other's view is faulty. The unbeliever, however, would be ok with leaving the believer alone, except, in too many cases, the believer feels a need (or is directed by doctrine) to change the unbeliever's mind.

    I hear where you are coming from, but let me clarify one thing, at least for me personally. I don't think your lack of belief is a "shortcoming" or that you require therapy. My couch comment was an attempt at humor (hence the wink).

    As I said above, free will is a foundational truth that can't be overlooked. God has given you the ability to reject him and you are simply exercising that choice, it's not a flaw in your character. Thus, I feel no burden to "save" you as I don't have the power to do so and ultimately it's not my choice anyway. I'm called to live my life in accordance with my relationship with God, to give an answer for my faith, and to serve others. I don't have the power to change you, nor do I want that responsibility.

    Nov 23, 09:26 PM
    All this proves is that Beatles fans like to waste their money repurchasing music they already own just because it's available in a new format. I bet that most of the albums and individual songs sold were purchased by people who already own that album/song.
    It's not wasting money. Buying a digital copy results in higher quality than ripping the original vinyl albums, and buying remastered releases results in better quality than original releases.

    Just because you don't have the ability to understand the importance or the appeal of Beatles music doesn't mean those who can are wasting money by buying what they like. It's really amazing how many posters like to criticize something, just because they don't personally like it. That's why millions of musicians can be successful, because there are so many musical tastes.

    Like what you like. Buy what you want. But don't be so infantile as to attack those whose tastes differ from yours.

    Jul 22, 10:54 PM
    people are always worried about "save the trees..." and "there's too much over-population..." Have u ever flown over this country? there's thousands of acres of nothingness. i'm confused.
    I guess you are at that. If you fly over my country, Australia, you'll see huge deserts for thousands of kilometers and not much population. That's the ecology for most of Australia, save the East coast. What population Australia can sustain has long been hotly disputed. But that's not the point. You fly over the Arabian deserts or Siberia in Russina, you won't see a lot of vegetation or people either. Not everywhere is suitable for people, livestock or agriculture. America has a lot of different climates and ecosystems too, including vast deserts. But some of those wide open spaces used to be covered in forest, remember. It's the deforestation of the fertile areas, which are also ideal for agriculture and populations, which is a worry. None more so than the Amazon or Malaysia.

    Since the dawn of the PC era, they predicted that computers would cut our use of paper drastically, since we would have little need of it. The reality is vastly different. Our consumption doubled in short order with the advent of the affordable printer. We are far more prone to wasting paper than ever; a tiny typo, or a smudge on the page? Reprint the entire 50-page report. Photocopiers has thousands of students copying entire sets of books from the library. It's easy, convenient and cheap. Rainforest timber is what makes it cheap, alas. iPods and an iTunes Store with eBook functionality, however popular, even if it starts a huge fad in other brands as well, such as Sony's offerings, won't make much of a difference in the scheme of things, and any savings easily eroded by continual growth in consumption.
    Well, in the affluent countries, it could affect the printers of periodicals and maybe newspapers if they're all offered online, or if you can go to the newsagency, download Wired or The Times via BlueTooth with an automatic transaction approved with a thumbprint. Who really want to struggle with huge broadsheet newspapers in the train. Good for publishers, not for printers.

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