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  • MrSmith
    Oct 12, 01:07 AM
    ...think how awesome Pages three will be.

    :D (British in-joke)

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  • Samelson03
    Feb 15, 09:38 PM
    I would take my iPod and Mac to the Apple store, but my warranty is out. It's been out for a long time too. And yes, I am using the Scrobbler.

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  • SandboxGeneral
    Jan 4, 06:50 PM
    Oh wow. I was just listening to some of his songs on my 3GS while at the gym today.

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  • rick snagwell
    May 2, 12:39 AM
    hell ya..bad ass men did the job!!

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  • brolfsen
    Apr 19, 10:56 AM
    Did you order it from Speck's website? What shipping method did you use? Do you have a estimated delivery date? Thanks.

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  • Samelson03
    Feb 14, 06:16 PM
    Yeah, once I plug in my iPod, it's completely unresponsive for the first 2-3 minutes. I think I noticed that once my iPod sync is complete, it then becomes responsive again.

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  • CanadaRAM
    Dec 22, 09:08 PM
    Does your iMac have a CD-burner? Ejection is the normal behaviour of a CD-ROM-only drive when blank writable media is inserted.

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  • kainjow
    Oct 24, 08:13 PM
    Incase anyone forgets...

    ... Leopard resolution independence screenshots (

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  • WildPalms
    Oct 24, 06:01 PM
    Say you have 2 laptops with the same size screen, but different resolution screens, e.g. 17" LCD, one with 1920x1024 and another with 1440x768.

    Right now the Apple menu and the text on it will appear smaller on the higher resolution screen, because the pixels are smaller and the size of the menu bar is defined in pixels.

    On the resolution independant system the size of the menu bar (and everything else) will be the same, regardless of the size of pixels. So the menu bar will be 1/4 inch high instead of 25 pixels.

    Nice explanation dr_lha :)

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  • SuperCompu2
    Jun 29, 11:09 PM
    Would a Thinkpad T30 work? It's got 512MB RAM, 40GB HD, DVD/CDRW/Floppy hot-swap drives and a base station, along with a power cord or two (I have 4 but I doubt you'd need more than 2)

    Let me know!

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  • princealfie
    Mar 22, 06:09 AM
    This is the Apple Store I hang out most. I can't wait to get the Xoom and use it there along with my iPhone 4 :D Muah!

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  • dejo
    Dec 14, 12:19 AM
    I'm still confused. What's the purpose of this thread?

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  • roadbloc
    Dec 14, 06:28 AM
    Meh, who even uses that feature?

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  • madamimadam
    Oct 6, 08:13 AM
    $2000.... let's not get silly now

    $AU2000 I could believe but not $US2000.

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  • sim667
    Jan 24, 04:22 AM
    what do you plan on using it for? downloading stuff or secure surfing on wifi hotspots?

    for more secure surfing on wifi hotspots i set my own vpn up at home on my router..... free and reliable :)

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  • ~Shard~
    Oct 12, 10:15 AM
    Good news, let's hope these rumors are true. This would help round out the iWork suite even more, and I may actually consider purchasing it if this is the case. For now, I'll hang onto my Office v.X though... :cool:

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  • WizardHunt
    May 6, 01:02 AM
    I think he means you can add a new entry into 1Password with your serial numbers etc.. Not to archive email.

    Oh... My Bad.

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  • snberk103
    Mar 12, 01:57 PM
    I blush, and thanks.

    Just make sure that you let us know what it is you do end up with!

    A Mini is also not a bad idea.

    1) Get a refurbished one to save some bucks. Max out the RAM yourself - save bucks over Apple doing it.
    2) Add FW external HDDs for storage. They can be used on a Mac Pro or an iMac later on.
    3) With the money saved on the Mini, you can get a high quality monitor. Also transferable to a Mac Pro or an iMac later (as a 2nd monitor). A good monitor can used for several to many years comfortably. Imho, it's better to produce better photos (because the monitor is accurate) and wait some extra seconds, than to get a faster computer but put out photos with inaccurate colour.
    4) Start investing in the SW tools that you will want/need. These are also transferable to a new system.
    5) When you finally spring for a fully loaded, 24 core, 512MB RAM, 72 TB Storage, 4 graphic cards, 4 Thunderbolt ports iMac Pro Supreme Tower all of the peripherals and software moves too.

    It's how I got started. A small Mini with a 23" ACD. Everything I bought to go with it also had to work with a (future) Mac Pro. Eventually I was working with Photoshop files that were approaching 1GB, on a Mini with only 1GB of memory (the days when opening a Mini involved spludging).

    There was a lot of HDD thrashing. I was afraid that PS would crash, so I saved often. It took so long to save a big file, that I could go out and mow the lawn or do the dishes while it thrashed away. I got a lot of housework done that summer. Ironically, that Mini never crashed. Not once.

    Eventually I got my current Mac Pro, and it was like moving from steam trains to warp drive. All the peripherals and SW moved too, so the only cost was the Mac Pro itself plus the extra HDDs I added at the time.

    That Mini then got hooked up the TV where it served up all of our music throughout the house, and movies to the TV for a couple of years. I've upgraded that Mini to a newer one but the first one still works, and I keep it as a spare.

    Nah... I just feel sentimental for it. What a workhorse!

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  • MacRumors
    Oct 4, 08:37 AM (

    MacTelChat has found hidden references in iPhoto 6.0.5 ( that show Apple is preparing iPhoto for integration with Google Maps. It appears as though a hidden button in the interface would allow hidden GPS attributes about a photo to link with Google Maps and show where in the world a picture was taken.

    This news comes as AppleInsider revisits a patent application ( discovered in September by MacNN ( for a "multi-functional handheld device." According to the patent, the device could contain a multitude of hardware features, including:

    - Microphone
    - Force Sensing
    - Camera
    - GPS
    - Cellular radio

    AppleInsider also notes that Apple may be behind a survey conducted in the spring, which asked users to "rate their preference of form factor designs for a next-generation Internet handheld device."

    May 5, 07:13 AM
    Just got a replacement 3GS on 4.2.1 and though I've googled and searched this forum, I can't figure out whether I can have an untethered JB yet if I update to 4.3.3.

    I know a tethered JB is available, but I also got the impression that for 4.3.3 3GS, one of the 4.3.2 untethered methods will still work - i.e. RedSn0w or PwnageTool. Is that true? If so, which is best/easiest?

    If not, I get the impression there'll be a 4.3.3 untethered coming soon - is that correct? Sorry if these questions are a bit stupid, I couldn't find clear answers anywhere...

    Mar 7, 08:03 PM
    Right now, I have copied all of my photos and videos to cds and dvds, so I here ya that protecting one's 'family memories' are priority. However, with a vast collection, do photographers burn photos and videos to discs? I think a Blu-Ray player would help since they hold up to 25 GB and 48 GB or so respectfully. Can an individual burn non-HD content to Blu-Ray discs? I should research before I assume!

    Also, as of now, I save non-keepers, but I do not have a lot of photos. At least not yet. :D Although, I have deleted photos, but I still have some blurry photos and crappy videos.

    Thanks for reiterating the importance of a backup plan!

    CDs and DVDs are certainly one way to do it. I know plenty of people still use them as another layer of backup and if you have the discipline and are shooting lots of pics it can be a good way to catalog shoots. I stopped using CDs and DVDs a few years back. Hard drives are just too inexpensive now and it was just too much of a hassle for me to burn sets of photos, store, and keep up with individual discs. With my job I move frequently and it's just another thing to loose. I opted for the simplicity of Time Machine (or similar program) and redundant backups and I'm happy with it. The simplicity and automation really make sure I actually do the backups which is the most important part ;).

    I stopped saving non-keepers a few years ago too and it cut down on my workflow a lot. There's nothing wrong with saving everything but I found that I was wasting a lot of time dealing with them and trying to save borderline images. The first thing I do know is go through several culling sessions when I download the camera and cut out everything that's not a "keeper" for me. I delete them and forget them. I find I'm not spending a lot of time on borderline shots and I'm only spending time in post processing on what I thought were the few best shots of the bunch. I do tend to keep more family pictures though because they are more about recording the moment. Hope all this helps.

    Oct 25, 09:38 AM
    I'm freakin sick of the ITMS. :mad:

    I love iTunes and my iPod, but purchasing music that can only be put on an iPod is crap. There may be a better player out later which I want to go to and then *poof* my ITMS purchased tracks are crap.

    It's (significantly) cheaper.

    It's better.

    'Nuff said.

    AllofMP3 is exactly how all music selling sites should be. The possibility to choose exact what quality you want is great, no DRM is great, the price is of course also great.
    If only the artists would get paid it would be perfect. :cool:

    May 2, 11:44 AM
    Sounds like att users are getting alittle butt hurt......................

    See what I mean guys? Please don't feed Bonds79 and his Att troll threads ;)

    Apr 28, 02:09 PM
    Have you tried AJA System Test ( yet to benchmark your HDD?

    And how much free HDD capacity do you have?

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