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  • zap2
    Apr 24, 09:35 AM
    This would make a possible model for Videotron and Wind Mobile in Canada and probably give Apple more carrier options in other countries also. It makes sense in a non-US Centric view.

    And looking at "carrier acquisitions" here, Rogers acquired Fido ages ago, yet even though the networks worked on the same GSM bands, they still haven't merged. An AT&T purchase of T-mobile would probably take years for a merge to even occur, and a few technology changes. AT&T isn't going to retrofit T-mobile's network and change their frequencies, requiring all the existing customer base to change phones.

    So even in a US Centric view, it makes a lot of sense. Basically, don't let an AT&T acquisition of T-mobile trick you into thinking this is a false rumor.

    No, it looks like AT&T is going to get ride of T Mobiles 3G so make room for 4G LTE.

    Its really not a bad idea....turns the purchase of T Mobile into something more then just one time growth. Also unless everyone followed Nokia with pentaband 3G devices, it would start to become a hassle.


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  • Mac-Addict
    Oct 24, 08:59 AM
    Cheers - I suspected as much.

    Looking forward to replacing it next year tho' - by then under �1500 is going to go along way - plus my wife qualifies for a discount because she works for the NHS.

    Are you joking! You can get a discount for working at NHS?! Maybe I should consider a job in medicine!

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  • joepunk
    May 1, 10:23 PM
    It's going to be midnight on the East Coast by the time the President makes the official announcement. I could make a celebration pumpkin pie and it will get done before the official announcement.

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  • ssk2
    May 2, 03:23 PM
    You have implied your own proof. The fact that they are in Court at all should tell you money is not going from the site to the record labels / artists etc.

    The only reason the cases have failed is that its not illegal under Russian law. Russian sites are violating international law in making this content available, but international law is very, very difficult to enforce. Especially where the action is legal in the violating nation.

    So by your logic, if you end up in court on flagrantly made up charges, you're guilty by implication? Jesus...


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  • seanpholman
    Mar 12, 01:23 AM
    Bummer to hear, I was hoping I would get mine Saturday. I'l be down in SD in the AM, so maybe I will try down there.


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  • bushido
    Apr 14, 05:21 AM
    they probably fixed the issue months ago, considering its no problem on the iPad 2 and they just haven't released it just yet to have an excuse to push the iPhone 5 further away


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  • OceanView
    Mar 16, 10:56 AM
    I have a white 32gb wifi in a sealed box that I want to exchange for a 32GB black AT&T. If anyone wants to trade plus difference in cash, let me know.

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  • macfly4
    Apr 15, 08:54 AM
    Forgot to mention mine is a 3gs also. This battery drain is worse than it was on the first 4.3 update. What is going on with this?


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  • ValSalva
    Apr 26, 12:09 PM
    $20 a year seems pretty reasonable.

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  • Christopher387A
    Apr 22, 05:54 PM
    That's hideous! :eek:


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  • *LTD*
    Apr 22, 04:56 PM
    Good to see Apple catching up to the features Palm introduced two and a half years ago.

    Who's Palm?

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  • cvaldes
    Apr 22, 10:47 AM
    Many get garbage 3G speeds on AT&T in many areas anyway, so what's the point of having a 4G iPhone that GSM provider (insert AT&T) in the US can't even support on a mass basis?
    Theoretically, the 4G LTE iPhone would work great in countries not named the United States of America.

    59% of Apple's revenue comes from international markets.


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  • slffl
    Jul 21, 12:00 PM
    I'm still wondering what is good about this. I see it as a bad thing. More viruses, more crap shareware, lesser quality products.

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  • tjsdaname
    Nov 25, 12:53 AM
    gonna be getting this for myself



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  • jwdsail
    Mar 31, 02:12 PM
    For the love of Junior Johnson...

    That has to be one of the most fugly apps I've ever seen...

    I understand the need to move forward in UI design, but since MacOS X, Apple has really thrown away the one thing that had always made the Mac better. A *consistent, well laid out UI, with consistent behaviors across all apps and OS interfaces*... Apple needs to pick a pot and sit on it, and quit this constant beating on the OS and bundled apps with the ugly stick already. It's like there's a competition inside Apple to see who's fugly "upgrade" causes 10,000+ Mac users to march on the campus w/ torches and pitchforks first..

    If I thought anyone there would care to look at it, I'd fedex them my old dog-eared copy of the Apple HIG... sigh.

    Stuff like this is 'nuf to make me drink.

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  • Eduardo1971
    Apr 25, 12:44 PM
    Phew! For a second there my heart sank- I thought I read that Apple was delaying shipment of the refreshed iMacs.

    Can't wait till next Tuesday!


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  • keruah
    Apr 14, 05:03 AM
    I hope there will be dual-core processor and 1Gb ram on the white phone, that's all i am asking for. Otherwise i am going to use my cheap cell phone until iphone 5 comes out.

    So what's the app that needs 1GB ram?

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  • grantsdale
    Sep 30, 10:20 AM
    I get about the same drop rate or worse in the DC Metro area. I also have friends on AT&T that have their text messages go to the wrong person. Thinking seriously of getting a Verizon BB and an iPod Touch to replace my iPhone. :(:(:( Sorry :apple:

    Sorry? You'd be buying another Apple device ...

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  • Multimedia
    Jul 25, 12:18 AM
    Can't wait to see it for sale.

    Jul 25, 10:57 AM
    And you're really going to use all that are you?

    What if he is?

    With the exception of RAM and hard disks, most computer consumers never expand their computers.

    And most computer-users use Windows, so maybe we should all switch to Windows? Point is that there ARE lots of people who like to expand their systems. To them, iMac is completely unsuitable, and PowerMac is simply too much (too much space, too much technology, too much money, you name it). There have been LOTS of people saying that they would love to see a relatively inexpensive Mac that is expandable. iMac is not that. Neither is PowerMac.

    What happens if the screen in the iMac breaks down? The whole computer becomes useless. What if you need faster vid-card? you have to buy a new computer. All-in-one has it's benefits, but it has it's drawbacks, and there are lots of people who do not want those drawbacks. Yes, minitower (for example) has it's drawbacks as well, but there are lots of people who would be willing to accept those drawback for the benefits such a system offers.

    I'm a pretty average computer user at home and with the exception of my camera, iPod and printer, I have no external devices.

    Well good for you. How that helps ME is beyond me.

    Although I will be purchasing an external firewire drive at some point, I'd much rather have a small squarish metallic box on display behind my iMac than lose an extra three square feet of floor space due to needing a bigger desk.

    Are we using somekind of miniature-desks or something? I have a rather typical desk, and it currently has a Mac Mini, a TFT-screen, old, huge printer that does not work, and it still has plenty of space for mouse, keyboard and other items. And that "small metallic box" means that your iMac loses that all-in-one elegance it now has.

    Perhaps when you factor in the cost, the lost square footage of the room your computer is in should be taken into account.

    Some of us would be willing to accept that. A minitower would consume about as much desk-space as two Mac Mini's. That's more than reasonable IMO.

    Apr 30, 07:22 PM
    Great! Commoditize an art form and degrade it even further.

    It's bad enough we've already hacked music apart by turning it digital, now we're treating it like soda pop. Everything is a bargain bin price war.

    With the exception of very few bands and solo artist, this has been the case anyway. I think we would be kidding ourselves if we don't think the music industry has done this already. Pop seems to rule the airwaves and the tv so why should this be any different. Heck, you can't tell me hearing a song that came out less then a year ago being played on in a car commercial. Come on, it has already been commercialized.

    Jul 21, 08:01 PM
    Watch the BUNNY :confused:

    What a PERFECT name for MS ...

    ... ZUNE ...

    ... much later then SUNE !!!

    ��� WoW !!!

    Nothing looks more similar to a TOILET :eek: I think I will FLUSH ...


    never seen something so Ugly!!!!!!!!!!Yikes!!!!!

    Mar 31, 01:25 PM
    Looks awful. I smell an april fool's joke from Apple.

    Apr 29, 04:04 PM
    I haven't bought a single song from Amazon, not because I'm against them (I luv my Prime membership), but because they only sell MP3's that simply don't sound as good as an AAC file at an equivalent bit rate. Dropping the price to 69 cents doesn't improve the quality of the product and that's not good enough for me.

    Amazon sells mostly LAME encoded 256kbs mp3 files, which are pretty comparable to the AAC files ITMS sells. AAC may have a slight advantage (for example see http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/271330/256-vbr-aac-vs-320-mp3-vs-256-vbr-mp3#post_3459768), but not much.

    Viva la FLAC! Viva la Apple Lossless!

    When are they gonna start selling lossless??

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