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  • mac1984user
    Apr 13, 08:16 PM
    Well, with a sample size of 2, my wife bought a white iP3G and I bought a black one...

    This made me chuckle. Thanks for that! =)




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  • killuminati
    Jul 25, 09:15 AM
    First of all, I think this should have been released at most a couple months after the introduction of the Mighty Mouse. Taking a year to give it BT capabilities is ridiculous.

    And $70 for a ****ing mouse is absurd. Doesn't look like I'll be buying anymore mice from apple.




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  • Aduntu
    May 2, 03:09 AM
    I guess that'll teach him for using his real address on Playstation Network.

    You're roughly 125 posts too late.




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  • 3goldens
    Oct 1, 02:07 PM
    Stay with Verizon and get yourself an Itouch ipod!

    Hi,

    I'm thinking of switching from Verizon to AT&T to get the iPhone. However, I'm hearing horror stories of up to 30% dropped calls in the NY area.

    For all iPhone/AT&T users in northern NJ and NYC area, can you verify that you experience around 30% of dropped calls?? is this true??

    http://gizmodo.com/5370493/apple-genius-bar-iphones-30-call-drop-is-normal-in-new-york

    I want the iPhone, but not if it comes with such bad service!!

    Thank you,

    olimits7



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  • wyatt23
    Aug 15, 04:27 PM
    i think everything about the leopard looks amazing. i cannot wait for someone to waste a few hundred on vista super duper ultimate media server edition. and os x will still be the next best thing




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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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  • BeSweeet
    Apr 28, 04:11 PM
    That's probably why the white iPhone 4 looks fatter on the box.




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  • graphite13
    Nov 3, 02:28 PM
    For all those people who signed up for the beta.. I'm pretty sure this is a PRIVATE beta. VMware has said they'll do a public beta by the end of the year, and I'm pretty sure that'll be PUBLIC.

    Basically, I'm sure that they're just ramping up to get some features in for the public beta, but wanted to test functionality and what not with this private beta. They've still got 2 months or so to hold up to that statement ("by the end of the year")



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  • Skika
    Mar 31, 10:58 AM
    Also I think the new theme that will replace aqua in Lion will be based around fabric textures and this style goes with it.




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  • alent1234
    Nov 10, 03:44 PM
    I wonder what battery life will be like.

    Also, how many people downloaded it just so they could watch porn?

    i've had my battery percentage drop while plugged in while watching some iphone compatible video



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  • deus_ex_machina
    Apr 26, 12:42 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Seriously, can you do anything without Apple getting their cut? It seems odd that you would buy music from them then have to pay to store it. It's like earning your paycheck after income and state tax are taken out and then buying something with the money and getting charged sales tax on it.

    Isn't that the way US commerce works now?!?!?

    and this isn't something you're obligated to do - this is an optional service of convenience. :rolleyes:




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  • shawnce
    Dec 1, 07:55 PM
    i don't understand why everyone is ignoring this guys' post. i'm not a computer engineer, so can someone with the right knowledge explain this a bit more? is it really adware or just a bug? :)

    This is the summary from that page...

    So, what have we learned:



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  • Sodner
    Apr 25, 05:29 PM
    Yeah!!!! New iMac here I come!!




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  • twoodcc
    Nov 30, 10:44 PM
    It's amazing how much the the price has increased for "pro" macs over the years, though if you look at comparable dell's or hp's they are often more expensive than a high end mac pro (without the add on's, Apple want's too much for memory and hdd's).

    I was thinking of maybe 2 more gtx 275's, that would make 4 275's and 2 260's. 3 would go on the i7 machine and 3 on the amd 965 and since I didn't have much luck with windows 7 running normal units well on the amd I may not get the normal cpu units running on the i7 either, all of those gpu's will make up for any difference though. That will probably be it for new horse power for a while, I may have to live with the idea that I will never catch up to mc68k :rolleyes: or even atlasfolding :D

    yeah, the mac pro is just out of my price range now. when it was first released in you got 4 cores, which was the most at the time, for $2499. i could deal with that. but now 8 cores cost $3299, and i'm sure the 12 cores will be the same, if not even more.

    oh ok. i'm not sure if i want to get 260s or 250s. i know the 260s get almost 2k more ppd than the 250GTS, but it might not be worth the price. i'm still thinking about it.

    yeah right now i'm just running gpu units. i wonder which uses more power, gpu or bigadv?

    At least with my mac pro it is quite usable while running bigadv units, it doesn't feel slow at all and the wu doesn't slow down very much.

    Are there gpu, pci-e, power connectors inside the mac pro? I forgot to look the last time I had mine open.

    I will sell my 2 copies of win 7, and go back to linux, when gpu3 is up and running, it would be nice not to have to buy another copy right now but I don't want to wait for gpu3, which could be weeks or months before it is ready. I guess it is out for alpha testing, I don't think I'll bother until it's past the beta stage.

    my mac pro is too slow for the bigadv units, and the regular ones only get about 3500 ppd. i'm getting over 15,000 ppd with the 4 gpus.

    your mac pro might have those connections. mine has 2 x 6-pin connectors for video cards. i really didn't look for any 4-pin connectors.

    i don't even know where to look for the alpha gpu3. but yeah, i'll wait. i wonder how long the wait will be though



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  • DPazdanISU
    Aug 15, 03:13 PM
    Oh. I thought it would be how fast the dock unhides when you hover over it.

    im pretty sure this allows you to control how often applications spring up and down in the dock when something happens in them-- kinda like when you get an incoming chat while you are using another app...

    alot of people get annoyed by that feature and i am one of them




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  • Corbin052198
    Nov 10, 02:34 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    Awsome! Just wait until the iPad version comes out. I'm sure their servers will shut down for a couple weeks after the launch, though.



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  • clintob
    Oct 23, 10:27 AM
    Why is anyone surprised about this? It goes without saying that MS will try to squeeze every dime they can out of Vista, and that includes making non-PC users pony up for the most expensive version. It's the way it's always been with MS... nickel and dime all the way. Just yet another checkmark in the "why I can't get away from MS fast enough" column.

    Losers.




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  • iPie
    Sep 30, 10:27 AM
    A lot of gripes in this thread, well... ...here's how you can do something about it:
    go to: hearusnow.org

    or use the link below to (easily) send a message to your elected representative.


    https://secure.consumersunion.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=2137&s_src=EH99Y01&s_subsrc=103372000229820601033720002298206012




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  • bartelby
    Sep 17, 12:25 PM
    Creedence Clearwater Revival - Cosmo's Factory


    Oooh! Nice! Well done!



    The Beatles - Abbey Road


    Oh dear, nevermind;)




    matt.shaver
    Jul 28, 10:30 PM
    I've been lurking around for sometime and now thought it was time to join MacRumors.com.

    At any rate, here's my take on Zune, Ipod, Apple and Microsoft. Yes, the facts are:

    1. Microsoft has purchased technologies and integrated them into their OS and/or corporate structure. When they needed a killer application for the xBox, they purchased Bungie. Heck, they didn't even create the NT kernel, purchased that one too.

    2. Apple too have purchased a few technologies along the way too. Final Cut Pro was purchased from Macromedia. iTunes (well it was not called that) was purchased too and released as a different product.

    But what I've not read is that Apple has invested a great deal of money into R and D. Without research and development, Apple would have floundered. When we take that R/D and couple it with the vision of Jobs, Apple has grown in terms that we only dreamed in the mid-90s. Jobs knew this would eventually happen. As CEO of Apple, he has a responsibility to the stock holders to keep that company breathing, but there is more. Apple's culture is deep with Steve. Steve Jobs is Apple. Both are iconic in nature. And Apple is the Mac and the iPod too. So what we have here are strong brand identities like Steve Jobs, Apple, Macintosh/Mac OS X and iPod, incredible brand images that people have come to trust.

    But don't forget Microsoft, the company that saved millions of desktop PCs with a GUI that nearly matched the sheer elegance of the Mac. However, people in the mid-90s loved MS, they could do no wrong. Win98 and NT had a great following. But something happened that many people underestimated - the Internet. Originally designed for Unix, now Windows and Mac clients were able to ride on that "super highway".

    Malicious hackers were writing viruses hand-over-fist attempting to crack and hack Windows machines. Did MS bring them on themselves? Perhaps another topic for another time.

    I personally think that MS's once strong iron-clad hold is beginning to weaken as the consumer no longer trusts them anymore. It's a joke to use Windows now. Restarts, spyware, pop-up ads, disfunctional software and hardware, incompatibility after incompatibility...it's like running around with a Ford Pinto. How much more can the average consumer take?

    Now enter xBox. Yea it's OK but tepid at best by squeezing the market at Christmas time.

    This Christmas is the Zune. MS is taking another shot at the consumer. Will they bite? Don't know because does the average consumer trust Microsoft?

    In the end, Steve has been preparing for this day for a long long time and as usual in his time Steve will provide us with a newly designed iPod and perhaps a few other things too.

    If there is something I learned when working with Apple, it's all about innovation, usability, presentation and execution. Without those four ingredients, Apple would just be another PC manufacturer.




    MacRumors
    Jul 24, 03:09 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    DailyTech reports (http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=3475) that a filing with the Federal Communications Commission reveals that Apple has developed a Bluetooth (wireless) version of its Mighty Mouse (http://www.apple.com/mightymouse/), otherwise identical to the current model and its touch-sensitive cover, Scroll Ball, and force-sensing side buttons.

    The new Mighty Mouse uses two standard AA batteries and will be compatible with OS X 10.4.6 and later. No release date is set for the new Bluetooth Mighty Mouse -- currently codenamed M6, but judging from the FCC filing, the new mouse should arrive soon.

    MacRumors recently received word that Apple repair technicians and phone support had been briefed on how to deal with the new hardware, indicating a release may be imminent. The Mighty Mouse was introduced (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2005/08/20050802094256.shtml) in August 2005.

    Update: According to a picture of a preliminary product manual obtained by AppleInsider (http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=1909), the new wireless Mighty Mouse will use Laser tracking in place of the Optical tracking system the current USB Mighty Mouse uses. Laser-based mice typically are more accurate and less prone to errors on extremely smooth surfaces.




    hayesk
    Mar 29, 08:11 PM
    So the reason apple charges more is because??? Seems like google is a better deal.

    1. Professional conferences cost that much.
    2. Apple sends 1000 of their engineers that you can talk with. Who is Google sending? How accessible are they?
    3. WWDC is more days.

    Number 2 above is one of the reasons that it would be difficult to move to a larger venue. It might accommodate more people, but the real value is getting to talk with Apple engineers and ask questions. If they made the venue larger, your chances of getting to talk with them becomes slim. It's a tough problem to solve.




    benhollberg
    Mar 29, 08:03 AM
    Looks like there are some tickets to WWDC on eBay.




    ChrisGonzales90
    Jun 7, 12:12 AM
    Now that I think of it Shouldn't 11 year olds be outside skateboarding or playing softball or something? They have no right to be using and abusing technology



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