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  • SirROM
    Jul 24, 10:38 PM
    <So, there you have it a completely enclosed ipod, so elegant as not to have a single button or port opening or anything but a beautiful screen.>

    I think there is a hole in this argument/dream. Apple has spent considerable time and marketing money in the Made for iPod campaign that centers arounds the dock connector. They have created the Universal dock and inserts for all recent iPods, promising to keep these updated with all new iPods in the foreseeable future. Therefore, I seriously doubt these new no touch iPods wouldn't have at least a dock connector. It allows third parties to keep their investment in accessories without getting pissed at Apple for changing the rules again. How about all these car interfaces that are just now gaining traction in new automobiles for example? They need the dock connector to work. Without the third party economy and proprietary ports, there is also little to keep the MS Menace at bay, despite the coolness of such a product.

    Bottom Line: there WILL be a regular dock connector for the foreseeable future on all iPods except the shuffle (which is on it's way out).




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  • steadysignal
    Apr 13, 06:07 PM
    Yawn. What is the point? Seriously? A TV with a gyro and shake to undo? :rolleyes:

    agreed. i just don't get it. margins in the streaming business are razor thin...




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  • jettredmont
    Oct 23, 07:22 PM
    This is actually an incorrect report that Microsoft has tried to correct, but it keeps getting reported.

    http://blogs.zdnet.com/Bott/?p=157

    I know we jump all over MS for spreading FUD... We shouldn't do the same.

    Ummmm ... The Oct 18 Update in that link says exactly what we've been saying here: you can't legally run Vista Home editions in a VM. Period. See:


    Update 18-Oct: Microsoft has issued yet another "clarification." They say you really can't legally run Vista home versions in a VM. I say their agreement is incomprehensible and their policy is stupid and short-sighted. Details here.


    So ... FCT* then?



    (* Fear, Certainty, and Truth, as opposed to Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt)




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  • OhEsTen
    Dec 1, 02:20 PM
    You don't have a sign behind you that says "Hail Adware," do you? ;) :D

    Perhaps he was offering to round-up fellow Mac-users to toil in Adware "sugar-mines"... lol :D




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  • vincenz
    Apr 28, 05:02 PM
    Is the white iPhone being demoed in the retail stores? Surely someone can go there and compare also.




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  • Nym
    Dec 4, 06:12 AM
    I feel safe running OSX...

    Although the future will eventually bring us Mac users some "possible exploits" and other privacy invasions, I feel that Apple has made a good job so far protecting OSX and, as far as I'm concerned, they have earned my trust.
    What I'm saying is that we should all just take it easy and worry about this stuff when it actually happens and IF it happens. However, as of now, I think these "kernel bugs" are nothing more than reverse advertisement for the new upcoming Windows, call me paranoid, but I know a lot of PC maniacs are dying for Mac's to get any kind of V.I.S.T.A (Virus Infections Spyware Trojans Adware). In fact, I'm more scared of being kicked by a horse today than getting Mac Viruses in the next couple of years :rolleyes:

    I for one loooooove to brag from the top of the mountains:
    "MY Mac IS 100% V.I.S.T.A FREE!" :D

    Just my opinion on the topic :) extreme neh?




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  • Detlev_73
    Jun 6, 10:22 AM
    You sound like a wonderful human being.

    Your sarcasm is inappropriate. This poster has a right to her/his opinion. There are plenty of folks that think that kids are a bad idea, especially in their case. I'm proud of the fact I don't have kids: I'd beat them just like Joan Crawford did in Mommy Dearest. :mad:




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  • WildCowboy
    Oct 18, 04:26 PM
    Nice bump in the stock...AAPL up 5.5% in after hours trading.




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  • nobunaga209
    Jan 31, 07:52 AM
    A riding backpack, new textile jacket and rear seat cowl.
    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/516ND8YTJ7L.jpg http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/images/orprod/400/s/sco_11_jac_hat_tri-yell.jpg
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  • roland.g
    Sep 30, 12:07 AM
    I took my 3G in to an Apple Store after extensive phone-based troubleshooting with Applecare techs and AT&T techs complaining of dropped calls. They ran a diagnostic that showed I had a 44% dropped call rate and gave me a replacement phone. Unfortunately AT&T also spent the summer robusting their network, so I continued to have problems though to a lesser degree. Over the last few weeks since they completed their network upgrades, I have seen my dropped call rate decrease significantly. Not necessarily happy with AT&T, their network, and the problems/service to date, but if the upgraded network proves over time that it is less prone to signal and dropped call issues, then I will be happier at least.

    BTW, Denver, CO.




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  • bella92108
    Jun 6, 07:53 PM
    As usual American's (yeah I'm American) love to blame someone for their own responsibility. It's so weird how people on here fight for freedom from the lockdowns that Apple puts on it's developers, freedoms from the limitations and restrictions Apple puts on the iPhone (hence why people jailbreak). Yet when a parent doesn't take accountability for their absence of judgement and legal obligation to be responsible for their child, everyone goes off on Apple for not having the protections in place to prevent this?

    There are so many hypocrites in this country, probably because nobody wants to take accountability for their own actions. What if it were a gun. If the parent left it on the night stand with a bullet in it, and the kid picked it up and shot & killed someone, would you all be blaming the maker of the gun? No, you'd be going after the parents for failure to supervise their kid which led to actions causing someone's death.

    So why is it different here?

    IT'S NOT.




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  • shurcooL
    Apr 13, 06:32 PM
    What are they gonna call it? Apple TV?




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  • Inkling
    Oct 23, 02:38 PM
    All this messiness is why when I go Intel, I'll be looking at running the one Windows application I need to run--FrameMaker--under WINE/Codeweavers. No Windows code is necessary and thus no problem with licenses, legalities or paying Microsoft up to $300.

    And since WINE/Codeweavers isn't Windows, it merely lets Windows applications run under OS X, it isn't troubled by the 200,000 Windows viruses, trojans etc. lurking out there.

    Don't forget, Windows on your Mac means Windows viruses on your Mac.




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  • mh81
    Nov 29, 08:20 PM
    These sunglasses are definitely on my list

    http://simplysunglasses.com/image.php?type=P&id=3971

    http://simplysunglasses.com




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  • notabadname
    Apr 28, 11:06 AM
    So the iPhone went from being pummeled by Android to now just being badly beaten.

    That is Awesome.

    Ha, ha . . . As if I should be embarrassed about losing a bar fight against 20 people.

    Name any single Android phone model that has out-sold the iPhone 4.




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  • SeanZy
    Mar 16, 11:07 AM
    Ample supply of 64 Verizon at SCP for no, but was told by the mall cop that we were not allowed to "loiter" and he told everyone in the back of the line to leave or we would be forced to leave. Real nice.

    --Sean

    Dude the South Coast Plaza security are grade A douchebags. They are definitely on a high horse... I guess a lot of people around that area are.




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  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 12:36 PM
    You need the local drive anyway. Are you saying you will delete all your songs from your local drive once you put them in the cloud? Now that seems impractical.

    so instead you're going to store them all on multiple machines? what do you think the cloud is for? lol




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  • appleguy123
    Apr 28, 01:06 PM
    What kind of story kills the main character a quarter of the way through???




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  • RBR2
    Apr 26, 03:27 PM
    Ah, I completely forgot about PCI-Express based SSDs. I kept thinking about 6Gbps SATA SSDs.

    Also, "SSD drive" is redundant :).

    TB is basically PCIe + Display Port video.

    Part of the discussion on expansion cards for Mac Pros was that, according to Intel, TB must have direct access to the PCIe lanes and the graphics processor. In theory, someone could come up with a PCIe graphics processor board with a TB controller, ports & etc, but the question will be whether there is a sufficiently large market for the device.

    Whether a RAID array saturates TB or not, the bottom line is that TB is a great deal faster than even an eSATA connection. When will TB 2.0 come out? Who knows? Let's see how version 1.0 is adopted.

    Cheers




    Jswoosh
    Apr 26, 12:19 AM
    So this tomorrow right? :p

    Ok I guess I'll have to wait another week. (Assuming this is accurate).




    jetjaguar
    Sep 13, 09:02 AM
    I mentioned this in the last thread, but I just picked up some of these leather covers for my Moleskine's and they're pretty sweet. Made by Inkleaf Leather (http://www.etsy.com/shop/InkleafLeather?ga_search_query=inkleaf+leather&ga_search_type=seller_usernames) on Etsy if anyone cares.

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    awesome .. i might pick one up .. what journals are you using in them .. so i can pick one up




    MacRumors
    May 3, 11:21 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/05/04/atandt-rep-apple-has-told-us-no-new-iphone-in-june-or-july/)


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    lifeofart
    Jul 12, 07:37 PM
    Your definition of a "professional" app seems mighty arbitrary, even to the extent of excluding most applications that exist. Specialized databases that are designed for a specific industry wouldn't meet your definition. Computer-Aided-Machining (CAM) software (which is only useful in one industry) wouldn't meet your definition. I could go on, but I think you get my point.

    No, I don't get your point. CAM software is used in a variety of industries. Auto companies, airline companies, boat industries, tools industries, machine shops, agricultural industries. But if the CAM software is a mature useful standard in those industries it is probably a very capable pro app. Like wise customized databases would not be a pro app in itself. The database program used is the pro app not the specific database.

    So now you're adding another level of definition to what it takes to be a "professional" app? Some percentage of people have to know about it? And where do you draw the line? Gee, I guess this means that any start-up company trying to produce a new professional application is doomed because how can they ever reach this percentage upon the release so their product can be considered "professional"?

    It is not another level of defiintion. Industry standard implies that most professionals use it, Doesn't it?

    Yes, it is very very difficult for a startup company to produce a competitive pro app in a mature industry. It takes several years for a product to mature and recieve user feedback and multiple modifications before I would classify it as "Pro". That is why these are difficult markets to crack.




    h0mi
    Apr 26, 12:16 PM
    $20 a year on top of the $100 a year for mobileme would not be appealing. If the $100 a year for mobileme goes away, that's different.



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