Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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  • -=XX=-Nephilim
    Nov 3, 04:10 AM
    Apple should take finger out of their back parts asap!

    Very soon indeed it might turn out to be too late...





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  • markelim
    Oct 22, 08:06 PM
    My current setup

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  • amin
    Sep 6, 08:42 AM
    Those are some really nice specs, I am sorry if this has been answered before but do we know what Core 2 Duo they are? Conroe or Merom :confused:

    The 1.83, 2.0, 2.16, and 2.33GHz clock speeds show that it is Merom, not Conroe. Conroe would be 1.86, 2.13 (2MB L2 cache), 2.40, 2.66 (4MB L2 cache), and 2.93 GHz (Core 2 Extreme)

    Since the 24" model is at least prosumer, it would have been nice to see that one get a Conroe (Extreme even).





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  • centauratlas
    Apr 2, 11:42 AM
    If it happens to be the only device you have with you at the time, an iPhone 4 grade camera would be nice on the iPad 2. It's pretty obvious. Apple probably just couldn't find one that fit in the size (thickness) factor needed.

    No one WANTS to take pictures with anything but the best camera available on the market, they WANT a 15MP top of the line camera with a huge lens, mega optical zoom, 3D, many frames per second etc, but those are extremely expensive, inconvenient, and you often don't have anything close with you. Most of the time I use the iPhone it happens to be what I have with me at the time - not the 3D camera or the much higher MP camera.

    And the iPhone 4 camera is quite good and good enough in many cases to snap that cool picture when you have the opportunity.



    Because no one wants to take pictures with the iPad. I want to list all the situations where the iPhone would be much more accessible and easier to take pictures with...but that would be a huge waste of my time. It's pretty obvious.

    This made me chuckle. Nice dude.





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  • -=XX=-Nephilim
    Nov 3, 04:10 AM
    Apple should take finger out of their back parts asap!

    Very soon indeed it might turn out to be too late...





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  • Vantage Point
    Mar 12, 09:18 AM
    It's nice to see someone with some perspective and isn't complaining daily because an update with speed increases that they'll never even notice...

    Depending on the job these speed increases can be significant. I have some photoshop tasks that take 4-6 minutes/per image. A 20% speed increase is significant. For many people the bumb will not be noticable but they would like a 20% greater value compared to buying today. For others, speed and portability are the very reason for investing in one of these.





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  • OllyW
    Nov 25, 08:53 AM
    #2 not copyright protected so if I want to lend a cd to someone else i can. I can't lend someone my itunes catalog unless I dish out my user account info.

    This is no longer true.

    Music from iTunes has been DRM free since April 2009.





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  • dmarcoot
    Apr 17, 12:33 PM
    Why is this on the front page? It's like saying that WalMart is now selling a junk tablet. Except this article says that Toys R Us and Best Buy is now selling iPads. This isn't front page news.

    Sure it is. Best Buy is one of the largest retailers for electronics in US. That Apple can get product into this channel should out to rest some of the supply constraint issues for Apple, and that IS front page worthy news about the short term future of Apple, especially if you own stock in them.





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  • chaosbunny
    Sep 6, 08:28 AM
    Crap, I'd like a Mac in that price range without a screen, not with a bigger one!

    But for those without a large screen at home definitely a sweet deal.





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  • CBJammin103
    Jan 11, 04:57 PM
    Hey everyone, I'd just thought you'd like to know that I'm loaded too. I have 901 shares of Apple....and I would have lost close to $18000 last week when the stock dropped, but fortunately it's only 5% of my portfolio. That and some prescient shorting mitigated my downside risk. So yeah, how about that new MacPro?


    LOL. Ouch. Play nice, children.


    At any rate, this would ideally be the introduction of some sort of "always-on" wireless spectrum that Apple products (and ONLY Apple products) could use. A Macbook or iTablet that was always online would be revolutionary. However, it would be about the same (concept-wise, not in terms of actual speed) as being able to tether our iPhones to our Macbooks or MBP's via Bluetooth.

    I'm a bit skeptical with that, though.

    Realistically, I'm thinking improved iTunes Wireless store (more content, more devices included?) with a much improved Apple TV, either on the software/firmware or hardware level.

    Probably also other things with something to do with the theme. Thinner MBP or Macbook, etc. We'll see. :p





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  • retroactiv
    Mar 25, 03:23 PM
    Yes, it does.

    For whom doesn't understand what we are talkin' about: There is a way to enable 4~5 fingers gesture function which is allowed only for developers. Purchase Xcode($4.99) from Mac App Store, install it, connect the iPad to the USB port and Xcode will recognize your iPad and there is a button asks you to use this iPad for development purpose. Click it and it will ask your developer ID but you can simply click cancel, it will anyway continue the procedure to enable the function. After that, go to the preference - general on you iPad, you will get to see the option for the 4~5 fingers gesture. I personally think, it is worth more than $5.

    Sweet. Thanks for the heads up. I unlocked the features on my iPad 2 with XCODE 3 and will NOT give them up. I am anti-home button. LOL. :)





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  • stuBCN75
    Sep 12, 03:04 PM
    Anyone get the new 'Search' on their 5G ? I have updated iTunes and done the iPod update. Its probably not even a feature I will use much but it's a shame it's not included in the update.

    Any luck with the games on a current 5G ? Would be quite nice to have PacMan





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  • yanniboy
    Aug 2, 06:00 PM
    People make money from the Micrapplesoft when they discover a flaw and sell it to them. So it is in their interest to approach these guys and not the card manufacturer, as well as creating hype around their case.





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  • alent1234
    Nov 12, 11:52 AM
    No one is saying that they want to do whatever the heck they want. The developers are saying they want to distribute their applications themselves without Apple having to Approve them. Sure, you can distribute applications on the store. It's a great thing. But you should ALSO have the choice to download an application from the internet from a companies website.

    The "wankers down in Australia" are running jailbroken phones and clearly didn't read the farking directions. You do that, serves you right to have your phone infected with a worm.

    But no one is saying everyone should have complete control over the phone. They're saying they want to distribute the applications themselves if they so choose to.

    Palm and Android both allow this if I recall.

    there was a thing last week where tweetdeck's new app was pulled because it crashed constantly. most of the problems with Windows over the last 20 years have been third party apps and drivers and not the OS itself, yet MS got the blame. Apple learned a lesson from that. it took MS years to change the architecture to limit bad code from developers





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  • thequicksilver
    Oct 27, 10:55 AM
    I had a pretty annoying RSS on my week 30 white 1.83 MacBook. Typically it would go for 7-8 hours before shutting down, at which point I'd leave it to cool for half an hour or so before restarting the cycle. I am a student and simply cannot do without my laptop for a week to get the heatsink replaced, so I was simply living with it.

    Keenly applied the firmware update today and it was running OK, until this. First one on the MacBook. Really hope this is a one-off.





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  • digitalbiker
    Sep 22, 04:44 PM
    Are Apple any different?

    All their product is made in Asia, I'm sure they bully their suppliers to get the best prices and there have been question marks over the working conditions in the factories they use.

    Everyone wants lower prices and better quality. A lot of people feel guilty due to the effects this has on other people, but not guilty enough to actually stop shopping at the cheapest shops.

    I agree. Apple and Wal-mart are just companies. They are not evil or benevolent. They compete in a very competitive market and can in no way be considered monopolies.

    Wal-Mart doesn't drive local mom & pop companies out of business. The people who shop at Wal-Mart drive the local mom & pop business away. If Wal-Mart is so evil, bad to employees, sells rotten product, why is it that so many people shop there?

    Sure Wal-Mart pressures suppliers to lower their price, so does everyone else. That is why prices drop when supply is high or demand is down. Sure Wal-Mart puts pressure on local business. So does every business that competes in that market including mail order.

    If the local business can't stay afloat in their market then it just means that customers are choosing for whatever reason to go somewhere else.

    I don't particularly care for Wal-Mart myself and I don't shop there except for as a convience for the most mundane products. But I can't stand all this whining! This is a free world. If you are a consumer, shop where you choose and those companies will reap the reward. If you are a supplier supply to who you wish, if you have a great product it will sell. If you are a competitor, do whatever you can to keep prices low, quality high, customer satisfaction high, and you will stay in business.

    What's the big deal!:rolleyes:





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  • URFloorMatt
    Mar 29, 11:58 AM
    LTE is the only possible feature that makes postponing the iPhone 5 to the fall a smart decision. I am not convinced it's going to happen, but I don't understand all these comments about how this fall would be "too soon." Most of the major phones released this year have 4G capability. Anyone who buys an iPhone 5 in Sept/Oct will be stuck with it until almost 2013, when LTE will be widespread on both AT&T and Verizon.

    I can't possibly imagine anyone (who lives on the coasts, anyway) buying a smartphone in Sept/Oct 2011 that is not LTE capable.

    I think Apple is on to something here. No matter what amazing features the iPhone 5 has, if it came in June or July and it didn't have LTE capability, then the refrain across its lifetime would be: "Yeah, it's a great phone, but it's not 4G."

    After all the antennagate hype, Apple doesn't need to build a similar failure right into the iPhone 5. And, as others have pointed out, this allows Apple to go back to its previous naming convention, by following the iPhone 4 with the iPhone 4G.





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  • BrianMojo
    Sep 23, 05:24 PM
    Here is a copy of an e-mail I sent to the FTC and DOJ yesterday (by way of copy from an e-mail to David Porter, the offending Wal-Mart executive). I urge everyone to do something similar:

    Send to dporter@walmart.com, antitrust@ftc.com, and antitrust.complaints@usdoj.gov

    Dear Mr. Porter:

    By this letter and by copy to the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice I hereby notify you that your reported behavior constitutes numerous violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act. As reported in a wide variety of sources, you have been meeting with the heads of large movie studios and threatening to purchase fewer or return product from those studios that agree to distribute movies over Apple iTunes service (see, e.g., http://www.macnn.com/articles/06/09/22/wal.mart.threatens.studios/). This is an egregious restraint of trade that severely effects interstate commerce. News reports indicate that you have already "punished" Disney by returning thousands of DVDs and refusing to sell them. Because Wal-Mart sells 40% of the physical DVDs in the United States, you are in a privileged position and are abusing your market power. You are seeking to obtain concessions to sell content at Apple's prices (which does not include the manufacture, shipment, and sale of a physical item). Apple has innovated - something WalMart is incapable of -- and WalMart now wants to take advantage of Apple's innovation.

    I urge the FTC and the DOJ to open criminal investigations into your behavior. In addition, your conduct violates your own "Corporate Code of Ethics," making a mockery of your supposed corporate values.

    You should be ashamed of your luddite and monopolistic behavior.

    Bravo, sir! I wrote a similar complaint to the Department of Justice. If everyone here wrote one, we might actually see some effect; big corporations and institutions seem to believe that for every single person who sends out a letter there are at least 20 other people with the same opinion. (A good example: the Janet Jackson 'wardrobe malfunction' backlash. Who really cared about that other than the people who wrote the FCC? Practically no one...)





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  • tray3
    Mar 5, 09:43 AM
    Here's Mine... Aperture:f/35 Shutter:1/250

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    shadowfax
    Aug 2, 06:07 PM
    I don't think that anyone who has A Clue� doesn't know this already.
    The ilk of people who think it's immune are the same ilk of people that don't understand why their WindowsPC is running so "slowly".

    I just resent being called smug.

    I also resent blackhatters who are new to the OS X game getting all rightous. Where were they the last 5 years? They're part of the REASON "mac users are so smug about security".
    I did not intend to call you smug; I apologize if you took it that way... I was responding to your assessment of how "hackers" view Mac Users/The Mac Community.

    I think that there are actually a good deal of people with A Clue� (in general) that don't understand much about OS X security. I was speaking with hyperbole--I think a lot of people who do have this clue thing think that it's somewhat hard to write viruses for OS X... Apple certainly advertises it horrendously these days.

    As for blaming BlackHatters for our ignorance about security issues, I think that you need to get that clue thing for saying that. And as for smug OS X newcomers, you would do well to remember that OS X is MOSTLY *nix at the base. You don't have to be a hardened OS X developer to futz around in it.





    gameface
    Mar 1, 08:39 PM
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    Awjvail
    Mar 25, 06:02 PM
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    Darkroom
    Nov 2, 07:51 PM
    Users don't care about flash, they care about websites. Some site developers seem to care more about Flash than about their users. Therefore, we get crappy Flash "websites" that don't work for the users. Who is at fault here? The developer.

    your argument is subjective. while i agree with you that some flash sites can be a bit heavy, there are a lot that work very well. some even have quicker load time that static HTML/Javascript/CSS/Images. here's a site i've developed earlier this year which i like to believe is fairly light weight (http://www.deskguise.com) (click the character's nose!), it allows for back/forward, deep linking and SEO functionality, while including animations that are currently not possible with HTML/CSS.

    HTML/CSS will not compete with flash in the future. however, WebGL certainly will. WebGL is going to be great!

    It's the developer's job to use technologies that will be future-proof and well, not suck.

    technologies change all the time and the best developers learn how to adapt to the constant change using the best production tools they can. so while (as i mentioned) WebGL will give adobe a run for their money, it's unlikely that adobe will simply quit development for flash, which by the way has been around since the mid 90s. flash will only become more advanced.





    michaelrjohnson
    Aug 8, 01:33 PM
    a) apple did the exact same thing with OS X. aqua was kept under wraps for a long, long time from the general public and public developers. up until maybe a year before hand we all though OS X was going to look like OS 9.

    b) if you work with big software makers you'll know that top tier developers get access to things that aren't made publicly available months and years in advance. the last alpha/beta cycle i participated in started one month after the latest release (and i was on the second invite list).



    a) see above regarding developers. just because we didn't see it in the keynote doesn't mean that the developers haven't

    b) app developers don't really integrate with the finder.

    c) tiger represented a big shift in OS X development. apple publicly stated that their APIs, previously a moving target, were basically being locked down. what that means is developers don't have to worry (as much) about under the hood changes. if the file browser dialog changes dramatically between now and next spring developers should theoretically have to do nothing, their function/method calls are just calls.
    You hit a lot of points here that I chose not to present. You are correct.
    a) The OS X preview UI was definitely a surprise, that's for sure.
    b) Very true.
    a) True, but I think this only applies to the "top tier" developers, as you suggest. (Adobe, for example)
    b) Exactly! Other than visually... (Which it's easy to skin your app to match (see Uno))
    c) If this is true (which I could understand, but have no evidence of) are you suggesting Apple laid the groundwork for a UI overhaul in Tiger and didn't apply it?



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