воскресенье, 22 мая 2011 г.

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  • PBF
    Apr 24, 02:44 PM
    Heres another image with the new proximity sensor. Hmm..
    Image (http://pocketnow.com/html/portal/news/0000016260//iphone-4-t-mobile.jpg)
    You can't even see it. LOL




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  • nefan65
    Apr 12, 09:20 AM
    HTC sensation > iphone 5
    That is all

    Based on what? Oh...IC...I want it/have it, so it's better. Great 3rd grade mentality...




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  • johnnymg
    Apr 12, 02:08 PM
    Originally Posted by dethmaShine

    "Simply because htcSensation is 1.2GHz dual core

    and... and... iphone5 will have lesser RAM than htcSensation.

    Also, Apple is closed and Google is open.

    okthxbai"


    Ok, I'm convinced.

    Also, comparing a product that hasn't been released yet to a product that hasn't been announced yet is a rather weak argument and makes zero sense.

    Very funny retort to another Droidhead. These guys make the most ridiculous
    statements. They're always good for a laugh!




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  • kernkraft
    Oct 28, 06:03 AM
    Stolen from a Mini forum. I want one exactly in this configuration minus the white stripes. There's about a .000000001% I might pick one up for Christmas. :D

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4153/5122025128_7d8aa92da4_b.jpg

    http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1238/5122025354_cf9a027911_b.jpg

    So there IS a chance! Good for you.

    We had one of these as a courtesy car from BMW, while our 3 series was being serviced this summer. I booked a 1 series but they didn't have any, so we were given this Countryman or whatever this long Mini is called. It is crap, crap, crap. It's an annoying car and for what it is, it's overpriced. The retro shape with the stupid door arrangement makes it even more awkward to live with. It has a cheap feel and hideous dials with average interior. I would rather drive a battered, rusty old E30 coupe with a fraction of its value than a Mini Countryman. That would just send the wrong message that I don't mind spending money on a car but that's the best - a joke theme car - that I could come up with.

    I don't pimp my own drive or any old crap and I'm not willing to pay BMW to do the same for me.

    Rant ends here.




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  • YoNeX
    Nov 2, 09:38 PM
    I just got an email from VMware about beta testing VMware for Mac. Can't seem to download the stuff because their store is having errors. Hopefully once I get to download it, I can give you guys some results.




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  • noahtk
    Apr 15, 01:29 PM
    I hope this OS is to be bought & downloaded through the App Store and updates come through the generic "software update".




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  • FloatingBones
    Nov 23, 11:35 PM
    I'll say this one last time. Flash is not an app! It's a method of delivering content on a web site.

    If there were not Flash applications, then Adobe would not have developed and released its Packager for iPhone (http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/packagerforiphone/).

    Flash is also a way to deliver video. The Skyfire App (http://skyfire.com/product/iphone) is a way for iOS users to view those legacy Flash videos. When sites update their video to be HTML compliant, bridging services like Skyfire will no longer be needed for that conversion.

    Finally, as you note, Flash is also a way to deliver web content.

    You cannot make iOS "apps" to replace a web page dude.

    Why not? That sounds like the exact purpose of Adobe's new packager tool.

    As long as there are Flash only web sites, there will be a demand for Flash plugins.

    Users of the 120M+ iOS devices are doing just fine without Flash plugins.

    As long as websites serve up some or all of their content solely through Flash, they will be shut out from users on those iOS devices. Adobe recognizes this shortcoming in Flash and is rapidly developing a Flash to HTML5 converter (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1039999):

    Here's what Adobe blogged about that (http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2010/10/adobe-demos-flash-to-html5-conversion-tool.html) after a demo at their Adobe MAX 2010 conference in October:

    How could I create rich experiences that run on desktops (where Flash is the obvious, consistent (cross-browser/-platform) choice) and on iOS devices where Flash isn�t allowed? I�d have to create two versions of a everything�one Flash, and one HTML5*. Good luck getting clients to double their budgets, though, and yet they don�t want richness cut in half.

    So, the opportunity: Cut the cost of targeting multiple runtimes & we�ll deliver real wins: more richness for clients, and a competitive advantage for customers. [...]

    Adobe lives or dies by its ability to help customers solve real problems. That means putting pragmatism ahead of ideology.

    Once a website has gone through the process of serving up HTML5, why bother serving up Flash to anybody? This tool will continue to lessen the need for Flash on the browser for everybody.

    This Skyfire app is proof of that.

    Not exactly. Skyfire is not optimal for iPhone users, because videos they request have to go through Skyfire's servers for conversion. It's also not a complete solution for websites, because only a fraction of the iOS users will purchase the Skyfire app. Skyfire functions as a bridging app to give websites access to iOS users until they convert their video inventory to HTML5.

    I won't bother arguing anymore about the other things as it's a complete waste of my time.

    That would be good.

    Ironically, Adobe's new conversion tools will accelerate the demise of Flash on the web.




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  • weckart
    Apr 14, 01:20 PM
    Another pointless 666MB download for probably less than 1MB of actual update. Can Apple learn to patch its products more efficiently?




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  • lilo777
    Apr 23, 12:48 AM
    You enjoy seeing every issue from the perspective of someone who wants Apple to fail.

    Apple cares very deeply about their product, which is why they don't give in to every spec junkie who demands the latest and greatest immediately. The current chips don't give a usable battery life in Apple's eyes. If you want to get a phone that eats batteries that's your business, but Apple doesn't have an interest in developing anything like that.


    Nope. I see every issue from the consumer perspective - as I should (being a consumer). Any other perspective would be an abomination (unless for those who hold tons of AAPL shares).
    Phrases like "in Apple's eyes" is a good example of what I am talking about. Apple does not use iPhones, consumers do. Consumer eyse are the only eyes that matter. And that is exactly why people are switching to Android. If Apple cares more about what they think is right than what I think is right (for me) it would be stupid for me to care about what Apple thinks or does.


    They would still have to use two chips as I understand it: one to support CDMA and then the other to support LTE.

    I doubt that but even if that was the case then what? Every other phone manufacturer on the planet can design a phone that has LTE and Apple could not? Because they spend on R&D much less than any other hi-tech company of comparable size?

    And there we have it friends! This guy has no clue what he's talking about. There are no hybrid LTE/3G chips available yet, so the multiple chips thing has nothing to do with GSM/CDMA. If Apple wanted to support 3G AND LTE which they would have to do considering how scarce LTE is at the moment, the only way for them to do it is to use two chips. Battery life would drain.

    Here's a site for you to consider: Thunderbolt Battery Life (http://www.gottabemobile.com/2011/03/18/htc-thunderbolt-battery-life/)

    This is what people are talking about when they say the iPhone's battery life would be horrible. It has nothing to do with a hybrid CDMA/GSM chip, and has everything to do with the lack of a hybrid 3G/LTE chip.

    In fact, hybrid CDMA/GSM chips exist, and are already being used by Apple.

    You miss the point. I did not investigate the details about the number of chips. Not everyone cares. The point here is that there many people who want LTE and the there is Apple with their "single phone fits all" strategy. Here is a piece of relevant information for you from Information Week:

    "In its recently quarterly earnings report, Verizon Wireless noted that more than 500,000 customers signed up for LTE services and/or devices during its most recent quarter. Add that to the 65,000 who signed up in December, and Verizon has about 565,000 people using its next-generation wireless network. At this rate, Verizon may have more than 2 million 4G users by the end of the year.
    Of the 500,000 who signed up for 4G services this quarter, more than half (260,000) chose a 4G phone--the HTC Thunderbolt--that went on sale in mid-March. It scored a significant number of customers in its first two weeks of availability. That means between January 1 and March 15, about 240,000 people purchased other 4G devices, such as USB modems."

    As you can see 260K people bought HTC Thunderbolt since Verizon started selling them (about a month). This translates to about 3 million phones annually. Clearly the demand is there. Also, you keep forgetting that other phones have swappable batteries.




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  • southernpaws
    Apr 22, 02:07 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)




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  • al256
    Jun 6, 12:55 PM
    I haven't seen those.To what were they referring?

    This would be an example:

    sure. apple has no problem giving a refund, as they keep their 30% that the developer now has to pay. that's a cool $300 that apple just ripped off from the developer all to protect their mistake and their idiot customers.




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  • iRobby
    Apr 22, 05:09 PM
    other than the decrease in the size of the bezel gaining larger screen which I want the rest of this photo to me is a step back not forward ascetically. Don't like the design of the casing.




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  • ucfgrad93
    Apr 16, 09:28 PM
    I want to play!:cool:




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  • Lurchdubious
    Jan 25, 09:12 PM
    http://www.nutritionexpress.com/images/products/9Q/9Q-00017-X500.gif




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  • ryanmcd02
    Jan 25, 08:26 PM
    The aforementioned reasons of poor market and low expectations for the next quarter.

    But what this also indicates is that the wealth effects of the poor market now will especially hurt Apple this year since Apple makes relatively expensive or high-end products. More expensive goods are more elastic; Apple's products are more affected by decreases in (perceived) wealth than cheaper goods. The price tag on the iPhone becomes much more important.

    Hopefully people will see they are going to get a $600 check from the stimulus package and decide they can afford an iPhone after all.

    I second that now may be the time to buy aapl, if the market does not continue to slide.




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  • boursin
    Sep 12, 08:22 PM
    Got this shirt this morning...

    http://att.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=251394&stc=1&d=1284340699




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  • haveaniceday91
    Apr 22, 04:40 PM
    I switched from ios to android after selling my 3g and getting a Captivate. After owning the captivate and using my friends iphone 4 quite a bit there are 3 things that can get me to switch back.

    1. Bigger screen. I'd take an decrease of pixel density over smaller screen size any day. I'd love a 4 inch screen but 3.7 is okay.

    2. (puts up flame shield) Iphone 4 feels like a brick. HEAVY. My captivate with a case is feels MUCH lighter than i4. I'd like it if apple could trim the fat somewhere without sacrificing it's great battery life.

    3. Better notification system with some sort of widgets (or at least some relevant lockscreen info and quick access to settings). I can't believe it's taken this long and the few rumors of ios 5 haven't been getting my hopes up.

    I'm over flash on a phone, I barely ever use it, but I still would like something to fill the gap in the tablet space while html 5 matures.

    To the iphone's credit, the overall package is much more polished than android (except for notifications-those are just embarrassing)

    and as a bonus, my captivate gps doesn't work for jack so I'm not being tracked. :cool:

    /rant




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  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Mar 13, 03:24 PM
    Anyone have any inventory updates for stores in the area?




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  • gadget123
    Apr 22, 08:13 PM
    Lies Lies Lies

    Don't believe it. The reports about it keeping the same design make sense.

    The article says it was wrong about Ipad 2 having a memory slot.

    3"7 funny..if they were going to make it bigger it would be a 4". I reckon if the other reports are true it should stay 3.5".




    E.Lizardo
    Jun 6, 09:51 AM
    Where's the personal responsibility/Apple shouldn't do things for their customer comments? I thought that was all the rage now a days...

    I haven't seen those.To what were they referring?




    acfusion29
    Apr 23, 08:30 PM
    I don't believe this. Why would Apple waste money on a carrier that has just been bought?

    you know.. the US isn't the only country in the world.

    i think Apple wants to offer the iPhone to as many users as possible, and the only way to do that is to offer it on as many networks as possible.

    there are companies all over the world that run on the same bands as t-mobile.




    iRun26.2
    Apr 22, 07:37 AM
    Cool. Then in a couple months, when the new macbook air is released and its as thin, or thinner than the current model AND includes a backlit keyboard, you'll come back here and admit you were ignorant, right?

    Thank you for writing exactly what I was thinking!

    (Because I think space has nothing to do with it...they fit in the 'caps lock' led in the current model!)




    vincenz
    Apr 13, 02:09 PM
    It makes sense. A monitor with a built- in apple TV. Question is how big will it be?




    Patdt13
    Jan 29, 11:52 AM
    Pre-ordered 127 Hours off Amazon

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51qbg0thJEL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

    Along with the soundtrack

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41jftNxEctL._SL500_AA280_.jpg



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