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  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 09:23 AM
    Aren't we quickly getting to the point where it's all about the software?

    Yes. I really wouldn't care if iPhone hardware upgrades came every 2 years. Just keep those iOS updates coming! That's the more important part now.

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  • triceretops
    May 3, 09:15 AM
    The i7 isn't the default processor?:confused:

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  • xStep
    Apr 6, 07:42 PM
    Happy 125th birthday to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. :D


    And I see via katkam.ca that you are not being rained on today. ;)

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  • kirk26
    Apr 14, 01:45 PM
    Great, another useless update :rolleyes:

    yea, I know right? I hate it when they fix security issues with their phones. :rolleyes:


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  • spicyapple
    Dec 3, 10:34 AM
    Judging by the progression in the poll numbers, looks like FUD is gaining traction.

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  • drnen
    Sep 30, 03:17 PM
    This is exactly my experience in Brooklyn, NY. I'm considering going back to Verizon. How much does it cost o break the att contract?

    175 minus 5 dollars for every month completed under contract. I just looked up that info myself last week :)


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  • blow45
    Apr 28, 04:35 PM
    1mm thicker, but the 30 or so people voting negatively are waaaaayyy thicker, and that rating system on the front page is colossally thick... and it's not enough that pretty much everyone hates that rating system, now we even have a rating system for posts... talk about anal retentiveness... :mad::apple:

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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 22, 02:44 PM
    Now they are. The problem is it took them a couple of years. They waited until Intel produced mobile chips that "suit" them instead of producing a Mac that could use available quad core mobile chips. And we are not even talking about minor details like Apple never using the most powerful versions of CPUs (for example, there is no MBPs with SandyBridge/2920XM).

    Apple has never used extreme edition processors. It's outside the scope of their market (aside from beyond their TDP).

    However, that's immaterial to the overall point. You tried to claim that apple skimps on some products, therefore them skimping on LTE because they can makes sense. That's no longer the case, Apple does use mobile quad core processors, so your claim no longer has any basis.


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  • br0adband
    Nov 8, 01:44 AM
    I'm not a "normal PC/Mac user" so in my daily usage I do maybe 100x more than "Joe Blow, PC/Mac owner." I install software, test it, remove it, reinstall it. I beta test software, sometimes alpha software for many companies <hint, hint>. I'm so far removed from your average computer owner it's not even funny.

    I put OSX through it's paces on a daily basis (yeah, that rhymes, I know it) and so when something crashes I don't directly attribute it to the operating system itself because I know from experience it can be most anything. When someone says "I got <xxx> problem, what can I do?" the first thing that crosses my mind is a mental checklist I've created over the 30+ years I've been doing this stuff, and it's a really long checklist covering software, hardware, and the most important part of all in the equation: humans.

    I don't know what problems other people have, but for me, Windows isn't an issue. I could sit here and talk about it, but since it's a Mac forum that wouldn't be a good idea in many respects. The only time I've had a virus in decades was by using AV software - figure that one out. I don't use AV software presently, I don't use Firefox as most sheeple seem to do these days, I don't have issues with IE like most sheeple seem to do these days either.

    I'm not trying to turn this into a you-know-what contest, suffice to say I don't do the casual websurfing/email/watch a movie stuff that most users - and yes that's a broad generalization, but when was the last time the guy walking out of an Apple Store with his son or daughter or whatever was planning to go home and rip DVDs and compile software? Hardly the typical activity of a typical user.

    I use operating systems, pushing them to their limits and back, so when something breaks, I don't immediately blow off the software and say "IT SUCKS" like some people around here - and then have the nerve to say "But since it's the only game in town I use this software even though IT SUCKS and I won't pay for it ever so I keep using it illegally even though IT SUCKS" etc.

    Just my $.02 and lot of change... but I think some people around here would do themselves a favor by either:

    a) paying for it then complaining to the software maker to improve it
    b) paying for it so your opinions actually mean something to those of that have and use it because we own it
    c) shut up before you dig yourself a hole you'll never climb out of

    That's just me, of course... I'm not alone, but I'm not the kind to sit idly by and let someone trounce a good product for no good reason.


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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 16, 10:56 AM
    So you think, Google's Chrome OS invented or made all these things possible?
    Were there no browsers before?

    Where did I claim any of those things ? :confused:

    *sigh*, at this point, I'll just ignore your comments, do the same for mine.


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  • rjtyork
    Apr 22, 04:56 PM
    nah. I doubt they would do this. .2 inches is not that much bigger and would cause problems with designing apps to look good on it. I can see a 4 inch screen, and them getting rid of the home button. What they'll do for the home button is make the screen clickable at the bottom where the home button used to be. It would be similar to squeezing a magic trackpad. That would enable them to get rid of the home button and expand the screen to that area, making it a 4 inch screen. I can also see the area above the screen and next to the camera and ear piece become touch sensitive, enabling "drag down" menus that would enable multitasking or enable quick settings. For example, you could drag down from one corner to get multitasking menu and switch back to a different app, (8 instead of 4, I hope) and drag down from the other corner to quickly adjust screen brightness and turn your wifi hotspot on or off. They may also make the back touch sensitive, but I can't imagine a use for that, so I don't know what they'll do with it. But they made a glass back for a reason. I think they have a really good idea of what to do with a touch sensitive back.

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  • timmillwood
    Oct 24, 08:54 AM
    is the HDD removable?

    The userguide online is still the CD MBP


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  • lifeofart
    Jul 12, 06:02 PM
    You know, that's a good idea.

    Here I was so caught up in the idea of getting it to be a final version, I didn't even think of that. Let the machines that are designed to do this do the work....

    (I'm not even going to dignify the other snide poster with a response :rolleyes: )

    I'm sorry if my comment came off as being snide.

    But it really bothers me when people post how wonderful an app is and how useful it is and how it completely replaces a much more expensive app. When in reality it is only a simple consumer level product.

    Others read this forum and buy Pages thinking that they can eliminate the use of Word. Then they find out that it really isn't that compatible with Word files. If you email a windows user a .doc file exported from pages, 7 times out of 10 they have problems with it.

    Most pro printshops, publishers, law firms etc. only except word .doc files. Almost all law firms require a revision history. Collaboration tools are useally also required. Word handles this expertly. Plus it has table of contents tools, book publishing tools, bibliography tools, direct faxing,multitudes of custom templates, VB programing hooks, etc. etc. None of this has an equivalent in Pages.

    I'm glad you found a solution to your problem and I am glad that Pages satisfies your needs for word processing. Maybe someday it will move out of the "consumer" ranks and into the "Pro" ranks when more functionality is added. Apple seems to know the niche that they are addressing very well.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 22, 05:00 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; de-de) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    nah there r better looking HTC out there by now, the new one they got (forgot its name) with the slide out keyboard is pure sex ^^

    If it has a slide-out keyboard it's already fail.


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  • Vercingetorix
    Apr 22, 12:48 AM
    Because when you think you are better than every one else, logic tends to go out the door.

    Have you seen the pictures in Nilay Patel's article about the suit (http://thisismynext.com/2011/04/19/apple-sues-samsung-analysis/)? They copied the look of the iPhone, exactly. Hell, they even copied some of the icons -- the Phone icon, the iTunes icon. Why would they make the phone icon a white handset angled up and to the right on a green background if they weren't deliberately trying to make it look like an iPhone?

    If you're Apple, you absolutely have to sue over this. Otherwise you're saying, okay, anybody who wants to can just make a clone that looks exactly like the iPhone. Anyone who owns a valuable brand has to defend it.



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  • SchneiderMan
    Sep 13, 08:17 PM
    Linkin Park A Thousand Suns

    Only one song kicks ass and it's called "Wretches And kings" It's going to be a hit in da clubs. I said it first! :D


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  • leekohler
    Apr 27, 12:42 PM
    Nice metric you have there, $some people on the internet have said it, thus it must be true.


    Pretty amazing. Now "speculation" is considered "fact". No wonder this country has so many problems.

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  • saving107
    Apr 14, 02:29 PM
    Lies, someone always says this with every update. The animations are still often laggy.

    He/she said that the app opens faster, not that the animation bug has been fixed.

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  • nagromme
    Sep 30, 11:36 AM

    Actually, the reason I NEVR got a mobile phone until the iPhone came out is the dropped-call rate for my friends in NYC. Who were on Sprint, as it happened. Their experience was so poor that it kept me on land lines for decades :o

    Luckily I get almost no dropped calls with my iPhone--but I'm not in NYC!

    Jul 25, 02:52 AM
    come on.... 120GB!!! or more...

    Apr 27, 03:31 AM
    ignorance, really? I was expecting that a lot sooner, because you people think, that everyone that disagrees with your life style is an ignorant bigot.

    a different ethnicity, What makes you think I have a problem with that? Why are you trying to bring up the race card? Were not talking about lesbians or criminals either.

    It might be possible to fool me when it comes to a transvestite, but it is hard to hide big hands, an adams apple, and wide shoulders, among other things.

    I will teach her the morals that I believe in, and she will not be hurt at all. Believe it or not, there are a lot of woman, with conservative values, living happy, productive lives.

    Yes. Ignorance.

    A trans woman goes into the bathroom, does her business, washes her hands and leaves...just like every other woman in a restroom. How exactly does that pose a threat to your daughter?

    You may not think you are hurting her with "your morals", but growing up to hate and fear those that are different will only hurt her when she doesn't have you to guard the bathroom for her anymore. I believe that there are women with "conservative" values living happy, productive lives. As they say, ignorance is bliss.

    Jul 13, 12:52 AM
    Those of you who have used both versions of Pages, do you find the '06 version to be significantly quicker? Someone a few pages ago commented on its sluggish performance. I have to admit that I've had sort of a delayed reaction (in terms of the time it takes for a sentence to appear after I've finished typing it) in my limited Pages experience. (Mind you, I do have an older machine.) A performance increase alone would be a worthy upgrade in my book.


    I've used Pages from day one. I'd say that Pages 2 seems just as quick if not quicker than Pages 1. I never really thought about it, so I can't say that I did any kind of comparison, and I no longer have Pages 1 on my computer to try to do a comparison with.

    Before we finish on the bookfold tangent, I found a couple of useful sites that Snowy_River might want to peruse for his "booklet" style printing. This one (http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=2005021608303265) sets up a PDF Services script. This one (http://word.mvps.org/Mac/BookletsFold.html#BookletPrograms) looks at three programs that take a pdf (printed from Pages, or for that matter Word) and print in booklet form.

    Back on topic, I am a heavy user of Pages (and other tools when they suit) and will certainly welcome the Charts and WP mode. Along with general usability tweaks.

    I said it already, but let me reiterate: Thank you!

    I downloaded the free application CocoaBooklet, and it works great! It even adds an option under the PDF menu to "print" directly to a PDF booklet. And it only reduces pages as far as they need to be reduced. (In one of my earlier attempts I tried using the layout option to print 2 pages on a PDF page, but it reduced each page as if it was 8-1/2 x 11 even though they were 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, so things were way too small.)

    So I'm now ecstatic with this solution! I may still bring just the basic PDF file to the printer, but, then again, I may hand them this. Who knows?

    So, yet again, thank you!

    Apr 25, 10:58 AM
    I am sure any plans to launch it have been scrapped and this is just a left over prototype. You know Apple has a history of planning for every contingency, I am sure there are Sprint iPhones ready to go also. If Apple decides to release them they would be ready to go.

    I very much hope Apple will have a Sprint phone -- I'll buy one that works on Sprint.

    Jun 6, 11:11 AM
    'Eleven-year-old "Accidentally" Downloads $1000 App' more like, the kid blatantly knew what he was doing, you can't accidentally buy something, he clicked 'buy', what was he expecting to happen...

    Gee, do you have any idea how easy it is to click the wrong thing on an iPhone or iPod touch?

    They probably had one click enabled and the kid checked out the most expensive app and accidentally clicked buy.

    Can happen.

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