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  • gh0sted
    Jul 12, 09:34 PM
    One other thing according to the Harris poll, Apple broke the top 10 in brand confidence this year and Microsoft fell out of the top 10. People usually go with a company they trust (for what ever reason).

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  • 840quadra
    Dec 1, 07:31 PM
    Okay, now I might end up being branded as an Apple apologist for this, but this thread is bugging me.

    Really, people, lighten up! It's like the corner of the carpet is smoking a little bit and people start shouting about how the whole house is about to burn down.

    Now, certainly, these issues should be looked at with all due diligence. But do you honestly think that Apple isn't? Do you honestly think that Apple has simple ignored security all this time? Certainly not. The fact that OS X is as secure as it is clearly shows that Apple has done a good job so far. Now, maybe we've crossed an invisible barrier on the scale of the visibility of the platform, and now a lot more people are trying to target OS X, so more vulnerabilities are being found. But, there really is a big difference between a vulnerability and an exploit in the wild. iAdware is the closest thing to a true exploit I've heard of to date, and we don't even know what kind of vector it uses to get itself installed.

    So, really, lay off the heavy handed "Apple has to start paying attention to security" nonsense. The implication that Apple hasn't been paying attention to security is just irritating, to say the least.

    Good points,

    I agree with some of your points. Apple has done a good job historically, and currently with regards to security. I am not worried that my system is going to be taken over, or hacked the moment I go onto the internet, or sign into a public WIFI.

    I do not agree that lower our demands for Apple with regards to security expectations. Now is Apple's chance to prevent getting an image that their competition has, with regards to holes in security. Apple themselves have advertised that Spyware, viruses, etc, are not part of the OS X experience ( In my opinion, that may be received as a challenge, or incentive for someone to make that argument a fallacy.

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  • mattk39
    Jul 28, 12:02 PM
    Because of their money ? :confused:

    In what is shaping up to be a clash between computer titans, many are keeping close watch to see whether Microsoft will break through or break down ( in the face of iPod dominance.

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  • SeanZy
    Mar 14, 12:13 PM
    I personally do not like the brea employees.

    Have a friend in line there right now though, hopefully he gets one

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  • tazinlwfl
    Apr 26, 12:05 PM
    I'm down with $20/year - but only if that includes the full MobileMe suite.

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  • cleanup
    Sep 12, 09:19 PM
    And here my last purchase: Shaken green tea lemonade - I quit buying coffee from starbucks to reduce my sugar intake but I needed something to get from the coffee shop!

    I actually get a half-green, half-passion tea lemonade. Try it. It's good. :)

    Corey, that dog is adorable. What breed?

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  • garethlewis2
    Jan 29, 12:50 AM
    Actually that is stupid. Investment Banks and Hedge Funds are the largest shareholders of Apple. They use the MTM (Mark to Market) price to determine their profit and loss portfolio of what their shares are worth. They are going to so pissed off with Apples performance they will at the shareholder meeting be asking for some ones head. So yes, technically you don't lose money until you sell, but that is a very very very, ad-infinitum, very naive view.

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  • Don't panic
    Apr 17, 11:58 PM
    i'll play, mostly to annoy aggie. ;)
    but i won't ask any clarification on the rules so the usual suspect can keep complaining about being ambushed.

    i am on vacation with family, therefore there will be little posting till next tuesday (not sure when the game will start). i'll make sure to at least vote.

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  • jctevere
    Apr 28, 08:44 PM
    I just returned my black iPhone 4 32GB and exhanged it for a white 32GB. (thank god for the 30 day return policy). I also upgraded another 3GS to a 16GB iPhone 4.

    Both the 16GB and 32GB are the same dimensions. But what I don't recall on the black iPhone 4 I had for 25 days that I immediately noticed on both of my white iPhone 4's is a small raised "lip" or ridge that goes completely around the front face of the iPhone. I don't have a black iPhone 4 anymore on hand to scrutinize this with, but I will comment on it tomorrow when I do.

    But I think that this definitely accounts for this minimal difference. This ridge or lip raises the iPhone's glass off of a surface if it is placed face side down - presumably to prevent scratches. This lip is small enough to barely decipher any difference from a black iPhone 4, but enough that I noticed it within 5 minutes of using the phone.

    Either way, my white iPhone 4 still fits in the credit card case I bought for my black iPhone 4, but it is a bit more "snug" and appears to not have as much protection or clearance as I had with the black iPhone 4... But the difference really is minimal, not something to make a big "stink" over.

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  • bedifferent
    Apr 11, 02:52 PM
    if by "internal" you mean "inside the box," that seems unlikely. The main benefit of fiber optics is over distances greater than those inside a PC. Signals on PCB's travel at something like 25% of the speed of light (depending on dielectric), which may seem slow, but is very speedy compared to the long cables used to connect PCs to external peripherals.

    Ah, gotcha. Guess I misread/misunderstood the info. So it's truly meant for peripheral devices and will not replace internal components. For some reason I thought it was a universal (internal/external) system. Oh well.

    Still bummed there will not be a "Light Peak" PCIe for Mac Pro's.

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  • sinser
    Apr 26, 10:16 AM
    Give me a non glossy display option and I'll buy it!
    Non glossy + 24" would be simply perfect.

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  • gdeputy
    Nov 26, 06:19 PM
    I was going to buy myself a MacBook air and since my girlfriend knew I wouldn't wait until Christmas to get it she bought it for me early for Christmas . So, I won't get a gift from her on the day, but man I feel blessed, I think I might have the best girlfriend in the world.

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  • winty03
    May 3, 07:54 AM
    I was hoping for i7...c'mon apple WHY!

    oh, BTO option, I hope they have i7 in stores

    BTO i7 3.4

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  • ciTiger
    Apr 26, 02:37 PM
    If it's 20$ a year with the whole mobile me plus this I would pay... Just for this I wouldn't...
    But I think this should be ofered free for a one or two year free for any new hard purchases... :D

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 26, 03:37 PM
    All the rest of the stuff (dealing with power outages, internet outages, maintenance, restarts, software updates, etc.) is nonsense. It's what I do normally or would only very remotely occur.

    I didn't say it was a BIG deal, just that it may be a factor to consider. Granted, I did lump in "basically anything that could cause your server to not be available when you need it".

    I actually do keep all my music on a NAS in my basement so I can access it anywhere. It generally works well. However, sometimes my home internet connection is down and I can't connect. And one problem with my NAS (D-Link DNS-323) is that after a power failure, it doesn't automatically start up again when the power comes back. That has been the cause of many "Grr, why isn't it connecting?" moments for me. It's not a big problem, I just have to remember to go downstairs and turn it on again. And lately I've noticed that instead of spinning up the drive to give me my files, it times out and doesn't let me connect at all. Maybe a firmware upgrade needed?

    All I'm saying is, I can see paying $20/year to not have to deal with these kinds of issues.

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    May 4, 08:25 AM
    I guess the reason why iphone 5 is being delayed is something got to do with cloud + Lion + iphone + ipod touch + Celluler data.

    iPhone 4 had been a good selling phone just like the previous ones but if you look into it you realize that making iphone4 is a bit costlier than the previous iphone which will be even tough for them to bring down the cost to $100 when iphone 5 comes out. So they may want to delay it abit more. (Very less likely though).

    As you can see the ipad3G version have celluler data access as well psp NGP, and lots of tablet that are coming out are all having cellular access including psp phone & del streak. That leaves out ipod touch, that has only WIFI. As we know ipod touch is iphone, without a phone and even if they pack in the 3G chip to access data, then why not allow it make calls, but that would make another iphone. So i guess instead of releasing an ipod touch they might be planning to release a cheeper iphone which will be better choice than "Wifi only iphone". Which also help them sell more iphone and compete better with Android (i hope they dont do that)

    Whatever the cloud thing is, needs to be demonstrated, for that, they need the cloud itself, iphone & mac, with lion, all of which is needs to be there on the table right in one place. cloud is just about to be ready, atleast thats what everyone is saying.

    so when you combine everything and try to guess the release date, it comes clean, that the release will not happen in june-july frame,.. later. but not sure how late.

    or just crap everything.....I guess they haven't done selling iPhone4!

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  • Kingsly
    Oct 18, 06:13 PM
    This is what interests me: “Looking forward, 2007 is likely to be one of the most exciting new product years in Apple’s history.”

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  • sammich
    Oct 29, 11:02 PM
    I don't want to be ignorant, but I thought that HT was all about utilising the unused portions of each core. But if you're running F@H shouldn't those cores be fully utilised anyway?

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  • Evangelion
    Oct 19, 03:57 AM
    With such astounding results, you may repeat after me:

    Dell is DEAD. HP is DEAD. Apple RULES!

    Last time I checked, Apple is still way behind Dell and HP. So I wouldn't label them as "dead" just yet.

    May 1, 10:11 PM
    Agreed, I don't think this will stop or slow anything. Knowing he is dead though is a good thing.

    That's kinda how I feel about this. Would have been great if we captured him (though that started to feel unrealistic, what, seven years ago?) but this was the inevitable outcome. Don't feel any real positive emotion out of it because of how long it took, and how the most damage of 9/11 came from our response in my opinion, but yay I guess? I don't believe he was very active in Al Qaeda anymore, and even if he was, he's an easy replacement.

    Aug 15, 09:14 PM
    Is anyone else bothered by the button to buy more batteries?

    Yes, it seems like a Microsoft thing.

    It's actually a very Apple thing to do. Apple has always been about making a totally integrated, complete end-to-end computing environment and Apple has also always been dedicated to transforming things that had been difficult for non-techies to do into some so simple and effective that even advanced technical users decide it's the best method. This is probably not the first time an option to buy hardware has been built into software, but just like Time Machine is revolutionary because it's the first SIMPLE file-by-file backup system and not because it's the first backup system ever, so too this "Buy Battery" button is revolutionary because of how simple and integrated it is.

    I'm hardly an Apple apologist, I complain quite loudly when they do things that are lame. But I think this is a very Apple thing to do and a feature that isn't just a built in advertisement. If I had an OS X button to buy a new battery when I wanted one, rather than tracking down the battery model number I needed and having to worry about who to buy from and bothering with technical details, I'd definitely appreciate being able to just click that button.

    Making the entire computer experience simple, easy and fun is what Apple has always been about, and this is a natural continuation of those ideals. In fact, I hope they expand this functionality to include upgrading ram and hard disks (as long as they don't go overboard with the prices like in the b.t.o. options at the apple store).

    Really this is a wonderful new breakthrough in Apple's quest for computing easiness.

    Apr 13, 02:35 PM
    Time to start the following threads...

    "Apple HDTV Shipping Thread"
    "What do you use your Apple HDTV for?"
    "Apple HDTV Backlight Bleeding"
    "I've got a speck of dust under my Apple HDTV glass cover, should I return?"
    "Darn Apple HDTV Scalpers!!!"
    "What color Apple HDTV should I get?"

    "Should I jailbreak my Apple HDTV?"

    Oct 24, 07:54 AM
    im glad they returned FW800 to the 15inch model.

    Nice processor upgrade as well, and the 3 gig memory options are great, makes the macbook pro (i actually typed powerbook the first time around.. still not use to it) a serious condender again for the pro apps like apperture and final cut, it use to be very hard to get away with just one mobile mac without a tower for the power but the new revision really looks great!

    Apr 26, 02:05 PM
    Uh no...

    You need to follow the thread. The poster was using his 2 TB drive as his cloud using a 5$ software.


    My original point is though that, given that you ALREADY have all of your music (and probably videos) stores on your local hard drive of your computer, and have your computer connected to the internet, why the heck would you need APPLE to stream your music from the internet, when you can just buy StreamToMe or Audio Galaxy or 20 other apps that can do this for a $5 TOTAL incremental cost from what you already have. You can stream all of your music, including your already set up playlists, AND your video right from your figgin' hard drive. Why the heck do you need to pay APPLE anything?

    The only benefit I can see it to not eat into your HOME data cap limits, which are usually pretty high anyway (I've NEVER had an issue, and I stream all of the time). But you'd have to upload your non-iTunes purchased songs to their servers anyway, which would offset that somewhat.


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