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  • britishempire
    Aug 3, 02:31 PM
    ugh if that phone in movie is real I might die... SO ugly

    yeah, and it's way too long to be a proper mobile phone.

    I really hope we don't get all excited expecting an apple phone and all it turns out to be is a remote for iChat.

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  • jayhawk11
    Mar 25, 04:12 PM
    I'm just glad they are not trying to run this on the 3G. I can barely keep the phone running as it is. I wish they would come out with a throwback OS for the older phones. Something to stop the constant freezing.

    Just a few more months, then maybe an Iphone 5 takes away my pain. :D

    Ditto. My poor 3G is one step away from being an ipod only... I hate that Apple has essentially bricked that phone. Mine is in great shape, but barely works after the 4.0 update. Retro would be ideal.

    You guys do realize that your 3G is realistically 4 years old, right? It used the same processor, screen, graphics and RAM as the very first iPhone. They just added the 3G/aGPS chip to make it a 3G device. Four years is an eternity in cell phones.

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  • vitaboy
    Oct 16, 04:29 PM
    The thing is, it still is suboptimal on the current generation. I believe Apple just added it as just another feature while music is the main priority of the player.

    And vitaboy, I couldn't agree more, well written, excellent post.

    First of all, thanks to milo for finding a transcript of that forum where Steve Jobs related his thoughts about a video iPod. My own recollection, it appears, was a bit cloudy. :p

    That being said, what QuarterSwede said. Jobs never said, "Never" to the video iPod. He talked instead about limitations, how video on a portable device would never replicate watching video on a 50 inch screen. Video on an iPod would be "suboptimal" but again, he never said it would be something Apple would never do.

    Instead, he was really trying to lower people's expectations about video on the iPod. We know now that Apple already had a video iPod in the labs, with the same 4:3 screen ratio and 320x240 resolution. People back then (as today) were talking about widescreen iPods that somehow would be like portable DVD players, with monstrous screens and such. So it seems that Steve knew that a video iPod would still be a while off in terms of a commercial launch, but needed to lower people's expectations. His talk was simply about the pros-and-cons of doing video on an iPod, not a statement that a video ipod was totally out of the possibility.

    Notice again his comments about wireless. Steve again couches his comments with talk of pros-and-cons. He is realistic about what wireless will do, but it's also clear he isn't ready to release a wireless iPod just for the sake of wireless. Problems like battery life have to be solved first, i.e. all the pieces have to first fall in place before Apple launches the product.

    It just reiterates the point I made before - when a wireless iPod sees the light of day, my guess is that there will be a flood of articles with the phrase "wireless done right."

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  • freebooter
    Sep 22, 07:45 PM
    Last I checked this kind of anti-competitive action was illegal under monopoly laws...
    They, for the most part, stopped enforcing those laws back in the Reagan years.

    Digitalbiker just wrote," Apple and Wal-mart are just companies. They are not evil or benevolent."
    True, but they are owned and run by people who can act evilly or benevolently; they are not disembodied spirits or forces of nature. The actions large corporations take can have very bad consequences for real people (not to mention animals, birds, the air, etc.). Corporate amorality is a pretty shabby, threadbare garment.

    ...and also from Digitalbiker (sorry, i don't mean to pick on you, i'm just commenting in general), "They compete in a very competitive market and can in no way be considered monopolies."
    True, but only partly. Apple and Wal-mart do everything they can to limit competition. Besides, at the highest levels, these publicly owned companies are largely owned and run by a relative handful of people--the plutocracy. The idea of a truly free market at the corporate level is a myth.

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  • iliketyla
    Mar 28, 08:40 PM
    I have almost been t-boned by a compact car running a red light so what is the difference? Bad drivers are bad drivers no matter what they are driving. I drive an SUV, however it is a Ford Escape so it weighs about the same as any ordinary mid-sized sedan. I just like sitting higher and having 4WD with some ground clearance because I live in snow country. The fuel economy is about the same as any AWD mid-sized sedan and little high MPG compact cars are worthless here in the Black Hills from about November to April. Let people drive what they want to drive and don't force them into what you think they should drive.

    Quite obviously you are not the target audience in your Ford Escape.

    The original conversation was in reference to someone who drove a V10 Excursion. A vehicle that weighs 8,000lbs.

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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 7, 02:20 PM
    If atheism has any future, its needs some type of unified, agreed upon code.
    No. No it doesn't.

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  • MarcelV
    Aug 24, 01:50 PM
    They may be screwed.

    Maybe.....that softly spoken. They are screwed. Sony can't be too happy at this time. Delays in launching products, new product acceptance less than stellar, and while Consumer Electronics was doing a little better than past years, this is setting them back. Hopefully they will learn a lesson and do some more R&D next time.

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  • marmotmammal
    Apr 13, 10:24 PM
    Where's that Adobe rep who was on the FCP threads a few days ago promoting Premiere? Oh, he's with Bruce Sharp talking about buying Singular Software?

    I will not buy PluralEyes. Audio sync is built into FCP X.

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  • MacRumors
    May 4, 10:45 PM (

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  • budward
    Nov 8, 09:29 AM
    I have a 12" PowerBook and when I saw the new 13" MacBook, there is no comparison, Why are people waiting for a 12" ? Have you even seen the 13"?
    it's a widescreen unlike the PB12... keep waiting, but it is not going to happen.

    Anyhow, I have been waiting awhile for this upgrade, the store has been offline forever!!! Hurry apple.. My wallet is itching for one in black!!!


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  • kalisphoenix
    Aug 8, 12:06 AM
    Looks like it might say "Sony Ericsson" on it.


    Makes sense.

    Lest iGary mock me, I didn't mean "mockup" as in "iPhone beta," I meant "here's a generic multimedia phone to make the idea clear."

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  • jwp1964
    Jul 22, 09:48 PM
    "a substantial amount of screen real estate" ...

    This sounds like the 8lb iPod SJ previously mentioned! I am looking forward to this thing...whatever form it takes...:p

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  • rand0m3r
    Nov 8, 08:30 AM
    The C2D MBP was relieved of the whine and some other issues one they moved to C2D. If the MacBook becomes free of these issues as well with this move than the small update is still great news.
    yeah i agree. having a bug-free notebook is a great improvement itself. i think i'm gonna order one soon.

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  • wnurse
    Aug 8, 10:31 PM
    I completely agree. It would be a big surprise to me that any method of connecting to an OS X Mac would allow it to be controlled without specific permissions granted by the administrator account, suggesting these guys left the account open on purpose or allowed remote access with the password known. In other words, once you access the computer you still have to get the operating system to give you permission to screw around.

    On the other hand, if this exploit is actually true, it doesn't really matter who's driver is to blame: somehow they were able to subvert OS X's security. THAT would be an issue for Apple and for all of us.

    All things considered, I don't believe they did what they claim they did.

    Yes, it's always good to bury your head in the sand.. makes the problem goes away or even better, makes the problem non-existent. Did you read the part where they are in contact with Apple and microsoft?.. you think apple employees have time to deal with a crackpot?. I believe if this was a joke, you'd know.

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  • nathjking
    Nov 7, 09:30 AM
    Hi There,

    I ordered a Macbook on the 18th October through mac universe with a hard disk upgrade to 80gb and ram to 1gb. I have called daily ever since and have been constanty told that there is a component shortage and is in constraint.... :( Umm...I've been given the option to cancel but i daren't because i've got a sneaky feeling they might be sneeking a 2 core baddy in it... anyone having a similar experience out there?:D

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  • Gomff
    Apr 11, 07:45 PM
    Adobe can **** my ****.

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  • swingerofbirch
    Jul 22, 10:55 PM
    This is interesting. Quite a long way from the days of 32 MB Mp3 players.

    Apple with their success I am sure has long term visions for the iPod as a platform beyond music. In a way it's a new computer platform for them.

    They have already pushed iPods into education at the university level (I never got the utility in that), but with eBook functionality the plot thickens. Students could buy all their textbooks from iTunes. In fact, there already are specific iTunes stores for colleges (the one I am familiar with is Stanford). And of course, some iTunes albums already come with PDFs. This could herald true album art along with the entire booklet stored on the iPod.

    iPods are ubiquitous. But books are even more ubiquitous. But what could be even more ubiquitous than a book? An iPod that is both and iPod and a book!

    They were smart to give it such a generic name (iPod) with as broad of a platform as it is becoming.

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  • Laird Knox
    Mar 18, 05:49 PM
    :pReception to the original iPod launch was mixed. Our own forum responses ( are interesting to look back on, 10 years later.[/url]

    On that day Steve introduced ten years of fail. :D

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  • milo
    Apr 14, 02:34 PM
    Within months Logic Pro 8 came out and they simplified the GUI to be like GarageBand (and oh how all the "Pros" did moan...but only for awhile) and cut the price from $999 to $499. I jumped on it and never looked back.

    Logic is the perfect comparison. Audio guys had the exact same reaction when Logic 8 and 9 first appeared - it seemed to look more like GB so they assumed it was a toy with features stripped out. In fact, it removed nothing and added quite a few features valuable to pros (and in later versions fixed a LOT of bugs). What's the old clich� about judging a book by its cover?

    Sep 12, 01:48 PM
    Well, the keynote had me there for a second with the whole “52% smaller” thing ;) but now that it has been clarified, I still think this is a solid update for the nanos – lower prices, higher capacities, more colors, 24 hour battery life – it’s all good. :cool:

    Mar 11, 07:12 AM
    If Apple OC doesn't come up with a solid reason as to why Canada or the US need to maintain a large standing military with enormous costs (such as threat level etc.) I am going to call troll.


    May 5, 03:10 AM
    300-600 mb over the air?


    Yes, completely unacceptable! Over a typical WiFi network, it may take a massive 600 MB / 10 Mbps = 8 minutes! That's a conservative estimate. My DSL connection is at 18 Mbps.

    Then it's a greater problem for those who have data caps in my opinion. But that's not a new problem for those, and downloading iOS updates. It's just that this time it doesn't need to pass through iTunes first.

    Sep 6, 09:25 AM what's left for Sept 12 ? iPods and iTunes??

    And those waiting for MBPs........Start Crying :D :D :D

    May 4, 09:54 PM
    Apple should give us a free bottle of Advil with it.

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