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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 25, 11:04 AM
    Now if we could only get Photoshop and Photoshop elements competitors to go with it. The major advantage adobe has now is the complete package. Lightroom Beta4 is no slouch either.

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  • jent
    Apr 12, 11:21 PM
    Why would customers be preferring the Verizon iPad? The (factory unlocked) GSM iPad can be used in nearly every country, and domestically AT&T has faster 3G service if I recall correctly. Although Verizon has better voice and better coverage, I can't see people in metropolitan areas actually being better off with the CDMA iPad. Since the iPad data payment can't be tied to a pre-existing AT&T or Verizon cell phone plan, I just don't see much advantage to getting a Verizon iPad unless you live in an area without AT&T service. Thoughts?

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  • GimmeSlack12
    Apr 12, 01:04 PM
    Pages and Number are TRASH compared to Word and Excel(especially excel)

    (especially excel on Windows)

    Sorry, Mac Office blows.

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  • redscull
    Apr 5, 12:13 PM
    the iPad will be for normal people when you don't have the sync it.

    all this syncing ********* needs to stop.

    I shouldn't need another computer to use my iPad.

    Makes no sense at all.
    This is the primary design flaw with the iPad. This tablet can't be the normal person's computer unless every normal person has a tech friend/relative to keep the tablet working/updated. So while Woz is correct that the tablet will be the normal person's computer, Apple's iPad is not yet that tablet.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 22, 04:33 PM

    Mac vs. PC: The stereotypes may be true

    By Brandon Griggs, CNN
    April 22, 2011 -- Updated 1915 GMT (0315 HKT) | Filed under: Web

    (CNN) -- Remember those Apple ads that cast the Mac as a 20-something, self-satisfied hipster while the PC was portrayed by an older, square-looking guy in a brown suit?

    Well, those characterizations, unfair as they may be, appear to have some truth to them.

    An unscientific survey by Hunch, a site that makes recommendations based on detailed user preferences, found that Mac users tend to be younger, more liberal, more fashion-conscious and more likely to live in cities than people who prefer PCs.

    Of the 388,000 Hunch users who responded to a question about computer loyalty, 52% identified themselves as PC people as opposed to 25% who said they are Mac devotees. Hunch then cross-referenced those responses with answers to other questions to draw cultural distinctions between the rival Mac and PC camps.

    The results suggest Mac users can be seen, depending on your perspective, as bolder and more creative -- or elitist and more pretentious.

    The report found that 67% of Mac users have a college or advanced degree, as opposed to 54% of PC users. Mac loyalists are 80% more likely than PC users to be vegetarians, and, unlike PC fans, would rather ride a Vespa scooter than a Harley.

    PC users' tastes trend towards casual clothes, tunafish sandwiches, white wine, Hollywood movies, USA Today and Pepsi. Mac users prefer designer or vintage duds, hummus, red wine, indie films, The New York Times and (we're not making this up) San Pellegrino Limonata.

    Mac users also are more likely to describe themselves as computer-savvy and "early adopters." PC users tend to describe themselves as better at math and less likely to throw frequent parties.

    "I fit the typical Mac user on every count. Guess I'm not as unique as I thought. Depressing," wrote one commenter on Hunch's blog.

    Since Hunch's first survey of Mac vs. PC users in November Apple has ridden the success of such high-profile products as the iPad and iPhone 4 to become the world's most highly valued tech company. Despite that hot streak, Hunch found that slightly more people in its new report -- 52%, up from 50% a year and a half ago -- now identify themselves as PC users.


    San Pellegrino Limonata rocks.

    Tunafish sandwiches? LOL!! Losers. ;)

    Smoked salmon pita all the way, with a hot cup of Fukamushi sencha. First flush. Imported!

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  • cookieme
    Oct 27, 08:07 AM
    What do you guys mean no student discount?

    Is that only on launch day or is that a permanent thing now at Regent street? First it's the iPods that don't have any student discount and now the OS? That's a little too harsh don't you think?

    Here's why, it's something like �75 on their Apple.com/uk for students, but if you look at the US Student price it's only $65, so..... I'm getting screwed either way!! With or without student discount it's WAY too expensive in the UK.

    Ok, so, when I saw the line of people circling the entire building, I was more impressed about that and wanting to know JUST how long the line of people actually was than getting Leopard. See, I can just pick it up from anywhere else if need be or today at apple or tomorrow... I don't need the insane people trying to cut in and giving me attitude when I can simply wait a few days and then get it nice and calmly.

    Anyway, I think Apple should have opened up their apparels store again. With so many people buying apple products so enthusiastically, why not open up a section in Apple store for, T-Shirts, watches, badges, stickers, pins you name it. Like they once had. I think it would sell very well, if only they'd do that.

    But, what you are saying is that the Regent Street isn't offering any Student Discount on Leopard? At all?

    And there were no deaths reported yesterday during the premier!! That's probably the best news huh?


    Lyra if you had read the thread you would have seen my comment about the student discount in the store.

    I just came back from the store.

    Incidentally, they are *not* offering *any* form of student discount on Leopard here. No higher education discount and no standard discount. Full price or family pack price only.

    This is not TRUE I just showed them my univeristy ID and I got the discount. Btw when I came to the store it was about 18:15 and although the queue stretched around the block it only took 10 min before I was in the store and got my hands on a copy of leopard.

    No tshirt unfortunately, which simply means that by 10pm tonight the Apple Store at Regent street will by my estimation have sold a few thousand copies. Amazing how an operating system can cause such interest, but that's what Apple do well.

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  • chrmjenkins
    May 2, 12:04 PM
    I hope it serves to make an argument to start withdrawing our troops.

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  • gusnyc
    Mar 31, 08:11 PM
    I couldn't find where to click. I am using 3.2.6.

    Supposedly the organizer will open after plugging the iPad, but it doesn't happen. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for your answers.

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  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 3, 04:13 PM
    I thought one of the nice thing was that its all in one place, you don't have to look for it... thats what I liked about Keynote. You can add fonts and colors items to the toolbar AFAIK.

    The thing that I don't like about pages is very simple: No text background highlighting and no ruby support, and no vertical text.
    I'm not too familiar with Ruby. What is it?

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  • -Jeff
    Oct 26, 02:41 PM
    Port Audition to the Mac already

    I agree! Audition is a much better audio editor than the ones in Logic Pro and Sountrack -- and I have hundreds of hours on each of those applications.

    This news gives me hope that Audition will be ported to the Mac.

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  • baryon
    Mar 22, 06:33 AM
    Imagine holding an iPad upright to watch a two hour movie.

    That's why you can buy that case as an accessory, it holds the iPad upright.

    While I don't think the iPad is a device for schools and serious stuff, it's awesome for when you want to watch a movie in an airplane or bus. In an airplane, you can't use your laptop since there isn't enough space to open it because of the seat in front of you, so the only way you could watch a movie on a plane is either by taking an iPhone/iPod Touch, or using a portable DVD player (yuck!). But if you want a bigger screen, you can get the iPad and it will fit in the 10cm space between your head and the seat in front of you perfectly.

    Watching a movie on a laptop would drain the battery within 1 or 2 hours anyway, while on the iPad you can easily watch 3 movies and still have some battery left (if the 10 hour battery life is true).

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  • Designer Dale
    Mar 22, 02:40 PM
    Never review your pictures.

    After college I had to sell my wet darkroom and rely on outside labs. I suffered from not reviewing my photos to a serious degree, they just sat in those white envelopes with the sticky glue on top. Digital has saved me as a photographer.


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  • joker2
    Jun 18, 06:00 PM
    Imagine if people started exchanging SD cards. Initially lower capacities only will be available, but soon CD equivalent SD cards will be available, and soon after that the 1 and 2 TB cards.

    Actually, cards larger than both CDs and DVDs are already available. Average CD is 700 MB, DVD is 4.7 GB (8.5 GB for double-layer), Blu-Ray at 25 and 50 GB. Max capacity now is 64GB as mentioned elsewhere in this thread. The electronics and office supply stores routinely advertise 8GB cards for $20...

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  • tech4all
    Nov 11, 02:55 PM
    But for not doing much Japanese (actually none), I kinda followed along quite well. :D Kinda cool seeing the ads in another language.

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  • centauratlas
    Aug 14, 12:43 PM
    I find it amazing he's never used a computer before doing the Mac ads. But he uses a Mac now, and that's all that counts. :)

    The funny thing is that on Leno last week (week of Aug 7) he said he didn't care what he used - I don't recall his exact quotation. He was somewhat amusing on there with stories about people coming up to him.

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  • peskaa
    Mar 20, 11:32 AM
    Anyone actually seen one?

    Gamestop said they'll have a demo kiosk the day after the launch...

    Yep, tried one out yesterday, local store had a demo unit. The build quality is pretty good, although it looks very plastic and childlike compared to the iPhone/iPod Touch/NGP that are much more 'adult'.

    I couldn't see the 3D as expected (vision problems in one eye), but the other half wasn't overly impressed. The re-focusing needed to go from the bottom screen to the top is just tiring on the eyes, and you really do have to hold the 3DS at a specific angle to get the effect.

    The augmented reality was pretty cool (even without 3D) though, but certainly not enough to sell me a console.

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  • Mattie Num Nums
    Apr 14, 09:35 AM
    Anyone who seriously believes the fairy tale about dropping support for Exchange I ask you - why then does Microsoft support it still in 2010 Office and always have? Betcha don't have a valid answer, but I do. Microsoft knows the game and how to play it.

    Because Office 2010 uses MAPI. Its WebDAV that has gone away.

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  • GilGrissom
    Oct 26, 06:56 PM
    Was there much chatting in the line or were people keeping themselves to themselves?

    It was in patches. Some people kept themselves to themselves, others chatted in their small groups of people they already knew. People kept coming by asking us what we were queuing for, none of them looked at me seriously when I told them we were waiting to get into the Apple Store! I chatted a bit with the people around me, was interesting seeing who was there to buy Leopard, who was there just to test it, who was there simply for the T-Shirts and who was there lost in the queue cuz all they wanted was to come in and look around and buy and iPod, knowing nothing about Leopard!!!
    My friend was late getting there, so I met him inside the store when he finally got in.
    Was some professional looking videoing going on outside of the queue, anyone know who it was??

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  • Goldinboy17
    Mar 24, 02:41 PM
    Wow that deal is too damn tempting. I think I'm gonna have to buy one now!!!

    Jan 6, 08:51 PM
    I like to ONLY have a 'sound' or 'badge' as the screen turning ON/OFF with Push messages does affect the battery...

    Oct 20, 03:39 AM
    I'll be there about 1745 having hurried straight from work. Are they likely to sell out?

    Mar 13, 09:58 AM
    I'm with Rogers in Canada and my iPhone 3G Date & Time had "Set Automatically" to ON. I had to change "Set Automatically" to OFF before the time corrected itself. My Time Zone is set to Toronto.

    My Mac changed correctly (Leopard 10.5.8) and the Set Date & Time automatically checkbox was ticked.

    I'd say Apple have a problem with iOS 4.2.1 as well. Governments around the world should stop dicking around with Daylight Savings. That would solve the problem.

    Apr 5, 10:49 AM
    Oh boy, another waiting game.

    Shaun, UK
    Oct 6, 11:30 AM
    A 4" iPhone would probably replace the 3.5" model so all the current apps would run on it no problem. It might require some tweaking for some apps but the upside is you get to update your app and sell it again.

    If they build an iPhone with the same size screen as the iPod Nano then they could invite developers to develop mini-apps for that size screen to be used on the iPod Nano and iPhone Nano, creating a new AppStore category. Would be a huge market and very attractive to developers of news/info related apps.

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