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  • FireStar
    Dec 1, 03:37 PM
    Some shirts.

    Well, a shirt. :)

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  • Squonk
    Oct 24, 08:05 AM
    Although I'd love a new enclosure with the HD swapability of the MB, I didn't think this round of updates would include that. Besides, I'm thinking that when the MBP form factor changes significantly with new latch, HD swapping, etc, we'll see Steve on stage for that one!

    I'm pleased with this update - more RAM (lot's more than expected, thanks apple!!!), decent HD options (for my needs - only $100 more to upgrade to the 160GB/5400 - I'm good with that), and FW800 returns to the 15".

    Thanks Apple. Now I'll patiently wait for refurbs of these (6-8 weeks) and I'm ordering. Or, should I finally join ADC and get the faster 15" with discount basically gives me one year of ADC for free.... :)

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  • till
    Apr 14, 09:31 AM
    The fact that it's showing up on existing apps with no secret changes is a bit odd.

    That would seem to rule out anything that involves an Intel processor. So Apple TV, then? Or nothing.

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  • simX
    Oct 18, 07:51 PM
    Why, my friend, do you think that a "cash cow" has to be the thing that gains the most revenue/profit? Not sure what dictionary you're using; please let me know.

    Why, my friend, by "the iPod is Apple's cash cow", you imply that there is only one cash cow. But if you want to use the traditional definition (*&Query=cash+cow) of "cash cow", "a project that generates a continuous flow of money," then the Mac would be more of a cash cow than the iPod, because it has always represented a larger proportion of Apple's profits and revenues. Not once has the iPod represented more of Apple's revenues. So the Mac generates a larger continuous flow of money.

    Not sure what set of rules of logic you are using, but either way you are wrong. The Mac is still more important to Apple's bottom line than the iPod. Apple is also innovating more on the Mac than with the iPod.

    By the way, you might want to look up the definition of the word "emotional" as well. I'm using facts, you're making things up.

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  • kas23
    Apr 26, 12:28 PM
    I don't really know what the BFD is with the hype around these music locker services. These services are nothing new (not that Apples does anything new), they have been around in smaller scale the past few years. Problem is, it took too long to upload music, the streaming quality was average at best, and they were too expensive.

    I'd like to see how Apple would improve on these services. They will integrate into the iPod UI. That is great. Possibly better upload times (or no uploading at all). But the benefits end there. Cellular connection are slowing at a quicker rate than cellphones are becoming faster. And now we data caps?

    Is anyone on here going to delete all the music on their iPhone to be able to pay $20 per year to regain a subpar stream of there very own music? And at a detriment to their limited data amount? Am I missing something??

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  • daneoni
    Apr 14, 03:01 PM
    I remember when iPhone OS updates were its 666.2MB

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  • chilipie
    May 2, 03:40 AM
    It seems like his hideout was found through careful analysis rather than by having anyone imprisoned, coerced or tortured. Perhaps there's a lesson to be learnt from all this.

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  • hayesk
    Jul 26, 04:02 PM
    They most certainly did have physical feedback. You had to touch them to activate the buttons or drag your finger across the scroll wheel to use it. This would constitute a tactile feedback, even if there is no click.

    Just touching it is not tactile feedback. That would be like saying a piece of paper provides feedback if you touch it. Feedback means a signal is sent back to the user to acknowledge the the pressing of the control. The 3G iPod buttons gave an audio click - that is aural feedback. They also showed things on the screen - that is visual feedback. But they didn't spring, or have a physical barrier that you push through, so there was no tactile feedback (i.e. nothing that can be physically felt) to let you know that you pressed the button.

    When you press a button on a dead iPod, it does nothing, and it feels exactly the same as pressing a button on a working iPod - no tactile feedback.

    What you're describing is far less revolutionary, and wouldn't really constitute a none-touch interface.

    Who said it was revolutionary? And it could consitute a none-touch interface. It depends on if the patent is describing the control or the entire iPod. If there is a cover, you are not touching the control (the screen underneath), but the cover over it - hence none-touch.

    The current displays all have a durable, transparent cover over them, and they still get scratches and finger prints from handling. I think the reason that this interface idea is so exciting is that it offers the possibility of having a full screen for viewing without needing to worry about the act of touching the screen for controls making the screen dirty so you can't watch.
    A better (i.e. more scratch-proof) cover would be better. Who cares about fingerprints? You can clean those off. I don't want to hover my finger over something to control it - I'd always have to be careful not to touch the screen (unless it was durable). Not very good when on a bus, train etc., where the vehicle is shaking.

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  • twoodcc
    Nov 24, 04:00 AM
    I think they will come either this last update or the next one. As if you look at the hourly graphs for any team a huge spike existed for the last hour. This is probably stanford processing log files. It may take time for them all to be processed.

    well i still haven't gotten them. but hopefully i will eventually

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  • igirlca
    Apr 14, 03:12 PM
    wrong forum

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  • NT1440
    May 1, 11:51 PM
    Bin Laden was the figurehead of the organization. Him dead is still a blow to Al-Qaeda. Was he in charge anymore probably not but it is still a big deal that he is dead.

    To US its a big deal. It's a blow to the Al-Qaeda that doesn't exist anymore. The current one will still function just as it has for nearly a decade in its cell based way. If anything this will just piss off extremists. Don't think for a second some type of retaliation (most likely attacks in the Middle East) won't come about from this.

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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Aug 15, 04:57 PM
    I want mine to use the old-school Mac voice that Radiohead used in "Fitter Happier."
    I used to be a big fan of Radiohead, I have most of their albums, but I no longer listen to them. I'm gone very Jazz and 80's lately :p

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  • Corey Grandy
    Jan 28, 09:06 AM
    I missed seeing it in theaters. That's a great deal for the price.

    I actually had never seen it, just didn't get around to it. I just bought it because it was a Michael Cera movie :P

    On-topic, this renewed itself today:

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  • solvs
    Jul 11, 11:56 PM
    I'm all for competition, but this is just a bad idea. MS is only going to be competing with other WMA players like they do with their oh so successful Music Store. The business world is one thing, even gaming I could see them being somewhat successful with one of these years as that's what PCs seem to be best at. The xBox is just a little computer anyway. But this is a different kind of entertainment. It's about cool. It's about style. It's about stuff that people want to just work. MS doesn't have any of that. This will be a me too product that few will care about.

    It's not like Apple's resting on it laurels either. I'm sure they've got something cool planned that'll blow us all away, or at least stave off the "competition" for a little while. I just hope it has better battery life. :p

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  • anjinha
    Apr 24, 06:57 PM
    I wouldn't want that person in the same bathroom with my daughter.

    Why not?

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  • Musubi
    Nov 3, 08:36 PM
    Dont count Parallels out. They will eventually have multicore support in their app, and i am sure will keep getting better over time.
    The single core support currently is a design decision. Per a note by Andrew (of Parallels) (, "One core is used by Mac OS X and the other core is used by Windows XP - it brings excellent resource management and optimal performance for both systems running simultaneously."

    Thus it can be presumed they may end up allowing multicore as an option in future releases.

    The good thing about having two companies in this space is the competition will result in two better Mac products. I've just finished installing XP Pro on Fusion but the beta test agreement has a note about confidentiality regarding the discussion of benchmarks/performance data of the beta. Upon starting a VM, a sheet drops down noting there is debug code and logging which affects its performance. Thus, comparing it's current performance against Parallels isn't fair game at this time. Outside of that, the user interface is a bit more spartan (not much configuration options including the ability to tweak an already created VM) than Parallels. The VM setup while not much different than Parallels Desktop feels more streamlined. Fusion also drops down sheets with plenty of information to help make the setup process idiotproof (all of those dialogues can be turned off by checking the provided box).

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  • Mord
    Apr 27, 03:36 AM
    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 have none of those things, never have, a large portion of transsexuals don't either.

    I think you have things somewhat confused, transvestites are typically the ones with big hands, wide shoulders, adams apples etc as they don't take female hormones and typically never have surgery, they simply crossdress.

    You seem more than anything just plain misinformed, like you have some exaggerated idea of what being transgender actually means. Put simply you only notice the transgender people you notice, so to your eye you may casually cast us all as obvious. I used to think similarly myself, it came as a great surprise to me that transgender people for the most part live fairly normal mundane lives.

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  • Small White Car
    Apr 13, 01:58 PM
    Not a single analyst has explained WHY this would be better for Apple than simply selling more Apple TVs. They just say it like it makes sense and expect us to believe them.

    I'm sorry, but that's not good enough.

    WHY would Apple want to take on shipments of large, expensive packages?

    WHY would Apple want to limit their market for a new product to people who want an entirely new TV?

    WHY do you think Apple cares more about what logo is on the back of the TV that by what software is showing up on the screen?

    And WHY isn't the Apple TV good enough for the goal of getting the iOS and iTunes worlds into the living room?

    I think the changes to the latest Apple TV is a sign of where Apple wants to be headed. The next Apple TV will be even smaller and come free when you buy a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. Wait and see! Just like giving e-mail away helps Google's ecosystem, so does getting Apple TVs into people's houses help Apple's ecosystem.

    Selling some $2,000 TV doesn't help with that.

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 13, 07:27 PM
    Big deal.

    Apr 13, 08:37 PM
    No brown?????

    Apr 26, 08:24 PM
    smug free screen? Apple will never eliminate smugness in its products!.


    May 3, 08:25 AM
    Great. Really screwed a lot of the world on pricing. In the UK, we have 20% VAT, but that doesn't mean that Apple should then scrape an additional �200 on top of this thinking users won't notice.

    And don't just say it's more expensive. They are all manufactured in China.

    Apr 22, 01:30 PM
    No, there were many specific allegation (for example the patent claims), and many others (trade dress) aimed at a broader range of devices. And for the claims that don't require pleading with great specificity, they did give examples.

    So we agree that their lawsuit isn't "a specific claim against a specific model". ;)

    Apr 25, 03:03 PM
    She is NOT a woman

    She's a MANfor crying out loud :mad:

    Haha. Typically I'd think this type of reply would indicate considerable ignorance, but you used female pronouns, so I'm not sure..

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