16 Mayıs 2011 Pazartesi

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  • frozencarbonite
    Aug 3, 04:27 PM
    What's your source that says PowerBooks (or any other machines) aren't affected?

    I don't have any. I wish I did. The only thing I can go by is that there haven't been any mention of Powerbooks in ANY of the articles. They probably haven't mentioned it, because they don't know the details either. I wouldn't be suprised if it all machines with Airport. Not just the intel macs. So I guess in other words, I have no source. hahaha

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  • spinko
    Aug 8, 10:00 AM
    I had the same reaction... he almost looked gaunt. I just compared shots of Steve yesterday with his appearance at the January Macworld Expo, and there's a noticeable difference. Plus, the tag team approach to demoing Leopard's features made it seem as if he needed time to rest in between the parts of his presentation.

    jobs quote:

    "money is not everything".

    Has his recent illness has made him more humble and wise ?

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  • fivepoint
    Mar 28, 08:19 PM
    Take 5 minutes and watch this outstanding response to Obama's speech by Freshman Senator Rand Paul:


    Intervening in a civil war in a tribal society in which our government admits we have no vital interests to help people we do not know, simply does not make any sense.

    What did you think of Obama's speech? Of Paul's? Which one more reflects your own worldview?

    For me personally, this really emphasizes to me that 'change' isn't just a slogan; its an ideology, it's a worldview. It's time to start standing up for smaller government, less foreign entanglements, less debt, less stimulus, less handouts, less, less, less. Obama won't get you there, he's just more of the same... only worse. People like Rand Paul and his father represent real change, beyond what either two major parties have been able to offer during the past 100 years.

    Complete Transcript:
    The President of the United States often faces unforeseeable dilemmas that demand tough decisions based on reliable intelligence. The recent events in Libya presented President Obama with such a scenario. But how our Commander in Chief chose to handle this new dilemma raises serious questions about his understanding of constitutional checks and balances.

    Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi is every bit the madman Ronald Reagan once said he was, but are the rebels adherents to Jeffersonian democracy or Bin Laden's radical jihad?

    In then-candidate Obama said that "The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."

    I agree with candidate Obama. Unfortunately, President Obama has failed to heed his own advice. He has ignored our constitution and engaged us in a military conflict without congressional debate and approval

    What imminent threat did Gadhafi or Libya pose to the United States? Obviously, the decision to take military action of this magnitude is something that should not be taken lightly, and should first require determining whether it is in the United States' vital national interest.

    Over the weekend, even Defense Secretary Robert Gates admitted that America has no vital interest in Libya.

    Our brave men and women in uniform are patriotic defenders of our nation. They are members of the greatest military in the world, and in times of war, I am confident of their willingness and ability to ensure that our vital interests are protected.

    But they should not be asked to be nation-builders or the world's policemen. And they should serve in wars authorized and called for by the United States Congress, not the United Nations.

    At the moment, there are uprisings taking place across the Middle East. The problem with sending U.S. military to help rebels in Libya or anywhere else is that we are taking sides in a conflict and on behalf of a people whom we know nothing about.

    When, or if, there is regime change in Libya, what kind of leadership, exactly, will replace Gadhafi? Who are the Libyan rebels exactly? The Daily Telegraph newspaper in London reported over the weekend that some Libyan rebel leaders now claim they have members of al-Qaida within their ranks and are glad to have them. Why do we have American soldiers, our best and bravest, helping people in Libya who may be the very same people we ask our military to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq?

    Intervening in a civil war in a tribal society in which our government admits we have no vital interests to help people we do not know, simply does not make any sense. Libyan society is complicated, and we simply do not know enough about the potential outcomes or leaders to know if this will end up in the interests of the United States, or if we are in fact helping to install a radical Islamic government in the place of a secular dictatorship.

    Of even more lasting concern is how our troops were committed to this battle by President Obama.

    The Founding Fathers understood the seriousness of war and thus included in our Constitution a provision stating that only Congress can declare war. The decision to wage war should not be taken cavalierly. As Madison wrote:

    "The Constitution supposes what the history of all Governments demonstrates, that the executive is the branch of power most interested in war and most prone to it. It has accordingly with studied care vested the question of war in the Legislature."

    If President Obama had consulted Congress, as our Constitution requires him to do, perhaps we could have debated these questions before hastily involving ourselves in yet another Middle Eastern conflict.

    The Constitution doesn't say the president can wage war after he talks to a handful of Congressional leaders.

    The Constitution says Congress - all of Congress - is responsible for declaring war.

    While the President is the commander of our armed forces, he is not a king. He may involve those forces in military conflict only when authorized by Congress or in response to an imminent threat. Neither was the case here.

    We are already in two wars that we are not paying for. We are waging war across the Middle East on a credit card, one whose limit is rapidly approaching. And this is just wrong.

    We already borrow money from countries like China to pay for our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and it would be interesting to know how many Americans believe we should continue borrowing money and saddling future generations with debt to pay for our current actions in Libya.

    The subtext to the President's speech concerning Libya tonight was "What if we had done nothing?" But a better question might be, What if helping Libya's interest actually hurts America's interests? What if we are sending our military to places where we might actually be helping the same terrorists we fight in other countries or potential future terrorists?

    It's time that we re-examine these policies by once again consulting the Constitution on such matters and the common-sense principles that made this country great. We can no longer afford to spend what we don't have. And we can't afford to address every other nation's problems before we can address our own.

    Over the coming days and weeks, Congress will force President Obama to confront these questions. Our brave young men and women have answered the call of duty time and time again over the past decade. Our soldiers deserve, at the very least, that before we send them into a third war that Congress - the People's House - deliberate, debate, and decide whether this war is in our vital national interests.

    We will gather information, ask questions, and deliver our best advice about whether we, as the people's representatives, believe we should be at war. Whatever the outcome, we stand square behind our troops, and seek that their mission be clear and true.

    Thank you for listening tonight, and God bless the United States of America.

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  • abhimat.gautam
    Apr 2, 02:53 AM
    Why such a great camera on the iphone and such loser ones on the ipad?

    Because the iPad one isn�t expected to be widely used for photography, just for certain uses like Facetime or Augmented Reality stuff. Making the camera more decent on the iPad would have increased thickness unnecessarily in a product where a thinner "pad" is much more usable.

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  • Tymmz
    Aug 3, 03:45 PM
    Looks like the Mac Pro, or what ever it's going to be called, doesn't get a new design.

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  • Kenso
    Mar 28, 02:38 PM
    I'll wait until Ross gets them

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  • torbjoern
    Apr 26, 01:46 PM
    It has nothing to do with any characteristics inherent to Africans. It has everything to do with socioeconomic status, prejudice and politics. The culture of violence in urban, poor communities is only connected with race in that it is a symptom of prejudice.
    Like I said - nothing genetic.
    In the US there are far more white people with guns than blacks, and far more "anti-intellecutal" whites (c.f. the Tea Party) than blacks, and far more poor, uneducated white people committing crime than blacks. If you place white people (or any ethnicity for that matter) in the same sociopolitical/socioeconomic environment, the same crime problems result. Many rural areas in the American south or Appalachia that are almost exclusively white are every bit as poor, uneducated and crime-ridden as any urban black ghetto.
    I'm sure this is correct. AFAIK, this thread is about the UK, though.

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  • FF_productions
    Aug 3, 02:53 PM
    I really want to see how Leopard is going to turn out. There has been so much hype surrounding WWDC, I really hope WWDC is as good as everyone rumors it to be.

    There have been way too many posts on WWDC...It's making me sick..

    A Banner isn't going to give away SQUAT! We must wait until the keynote and any other possible leaks hours before the keynote to actually know what happens.

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  • AZREOSpecialist
    Apr 17, 11:05 AM
    I don't know that I would call it feminized, but it certainly seems bratty and petulant. Sell them everywhere! Someone mentioned Starbucks and 7-11... and while they were being douchenozzles about it, I say those sound like great ideas. I don't care if they sell them at hot dog carts in the park... the more places that sell them and the more people that see them the better. When you limit an item to boutique stores, the items get a stigma of being posh and elitist... that is NOT how you move tons of product.

    The Commodore 64 was also a revolutionary product that was priced exceptionally well and far ahead of its time. As soon as Commodore moved this product into Toys R Us, Kmart, etc. it became a toy. If Costo, Sam's Club and Walmart were around back then, I'm sure we would have seen them there as well.

    Apple is making this move to combat Android market share. Android devices are largely sold through cellular operators, so for Apple to open the flood gates at a number of large consumer retailers is a sign that Apple is getting more aggressive about increasing iOS market share in places where Android has no presence. Without a viable Android competitor in the tablet space, all of those analysts are going to have to start revising their market share charts soon.

    Hi, I just bought an iPad 2 and am having trouble installing the latest version of iOS. Also, I'm having a 3G connection issue with the Verizon network and I think there may be some light bleed on the LCD panel. Can you help me?


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  • chuckiej
    Mar 21, 01:30 PM
    It's doubtful that that return excuse can ever be used again. Too funny!

    My thoughts exactly. A hilarious one-time event most likely but good for Apple. Heck if I was an exec there I'd send the guy one on my own dime (so it's not "Apple" doing it).

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  • asxtb
    Aug 24, 07:59 PM
    Will this recall ever expire?
    The reason im asking is that my 3k550 A1079 12" PB battery only has been through 18 battery loadcycles and still has 100% capacity according to cocounut battery...

    Im wondering If I should get it replaced right now or wait untill my current battery starts running out of juice? What would you guys do?

    edit: My pb warps every once in a while, could a new battery fix the problem?
    My guess is that the recall won't expire. Apple can't deny someone a new battery because they 'didn't know' they had a bad battery and found out a year or so later. The previous recall from (someone said) 2005 is still valid. I'm sure in a year or so you'll want a new battery.

    My battery falls within the parameters but my battery is fine. Full charge and does not get hot at all. As soon as I notice something I'll file for a new battery. Until then, I'll continue using my battery as normal.

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  • MikeDTyke
    Mar 31, 10:50 AM
    this is surprising. I feel like if apple does the voice integration into ios well enough, it could be the future of ios. Sort of like how multitouch got things started, voice will bring it even further. I bet there were tons of people out there who were doubting touchscreens on phones 4 years ago. Everyone still wanted a keyboard.


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  • kresh
    Oct 15, 06:33 PM
    Typical machead responses on this thread:

    microsoft wireless media player - aww that's sooo stupid...
    apple wireless media player (when it comes out) - aww that's sooo cool...

    now go drink your kool-aid everyone...:)

    When 60 million people are drinking the same kool-aid, common sense would tell you it's great and you should give it a try :)

    edit: and before you say that MS has 90% of the computing environment and i should try that kool-aid because it must be great. I did try it and it's skunk water!

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  • CWallace
    Jan 11, 04:36 PM
    Apple is purchasing the 700 mhz range to offer free wireless iTunes in all of its products across North America! ;)

    Perhaps not for that purpose, but one wonders what Apple could do with part of the 700MHz spectrum...

    How decent is it for streaming video? With Slingbox rumored to be working on an iPhone and iPod Touch client, perhaps Apple is looking at streaming rentals to those devices for when you find yourself stuck in an airport because of a delayed flight. Make a great ad tie-in:

    "There is something in the air, but it's not you because of snow at O'Hare. So why not catch the new episode of '(insert show name here)' while you wait for the next update at the gate?"

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  • tyler999
    Aug 8, 02:38 PM
    The video of the wireless mac hack has finally been made publically available on Kaneva:


    Just in time for developcon...

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  • johncarync
    Jan 11, 04:34 PM

    1. Airport Express 2.0 with support for video streaming or (Airtunes 2.0)

    2. Wireless AppleTV

    3. WiMax or 3G integrated with new MacBooks

    4. Slingbox to iPhone (as already rumored)

    5. Some sort of iTunes integration with in-flight entertainment

    6. Super-light MacBooks

    Last year was iPhoneWorld so I don't think Jobs will concentrate much on the iPhone this year. I also don't think it is Slingbox because that would mean a product developed by someone other than Apple would take center stage...and that will never happen. A light computer is not really "in the air." Apple is too clever for that to be what they mean. And I don't think this will turn into AppleTVWorld either (although I do expect AppleTV-related announcements).

    No...I think the focus will be on the Macintosh at this year's MacWorld. Therefore I vote for #3. Imagine every new MacBook equipped with an AirPort card that can access AT&T's 3G network. No more searching for WiFi spots. You could access the Internet at fast speeds while cruising down the highway! Pretty cool. It would definitely catch the competition off guard.

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  • Liquorpuki
    Mar 11, 12:41 AM
    Yup, most of the waste is for military technology and planes like the raptor that were built for cold-war style fighting. That era is dead. No offense intended, but that poster clearly has NO IDEA what the US uses its ridiculously large military budget for.

    There's also the Airborne Laser, which was an utterly stupid idea. There's the virtual fence Boeing was paid to build to secure the US/Mexico border that never worked...

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  • kevs
    Jan 11, 04:41 PM
    Earlier this week I saw a rumor about Apple and Garmin joining forces at this years MacWorld. I hope it's true as I bought some Garmin stock earlier this week and already hold 899 shares of Apple. Garmin desperately needs a new revenue source, especially in the new economic recession/stagflation, and Apple could use the best GPS consumer electronics maker in the industry to position themselves further ahead of the competition. Also, if it's an exclusive agreement, this could put them much further along than even Nokia who licenses the mapping software to Garmin for all their GPS.

    Maybe a way for Apple to corner the market while telling their competitors to grab their ankles..


    You own over $150,00 worth of AAPL??? yikes.

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  • pindkaas
    Nov 8, 06:02 AM
    Dutch Apple store is down too!

    When its up and running with new macbooks, i'm the first to order one!

    Mar 29, 07:00 AM
    Haven't heard much from Obama about JOBS, JOBS, JOBS lately ...

    I think Jobs is having some health issues right now. But seriously, would you like him to pull them out of his ass? Isn't job creation something that's supposed to happen naturally in the private sector? I really don't see what the president can do to change it. As for Libya, Obama is not out of line, anyone would have done the same thing. At first he was criticized for dragging his feet on it, then he was criticized for doing it. he was damned if he did and damned if he didn't. This guy can never catch a break.

    Sep 13, 05:42 AM
    I have 3 USB 1 ports and 2 FireWire ports. Does that mean if I buy a new 8Gb Nano, it won't work with my system? :(

    No it just means it will transfer at USB 1 speeds instead of its new full capacity

    Nov 25, 10:04 AM
    Don't you have to pay extra for that??

    No. All the music on iTunes is now DRM free as standard.

    Aug 8, 02:21 PM
    Very similar external case, but the insides are totally new and different--so I think we'll see this case design for quite a while to come. That answers that, you can stop waiting for a new design :)

    Lots of great attention to detail--like the way the drive-holders are numbered in case you take more than one out and forget where they came from.

    I still wonder where the Airport and Bluetooth antennas are.

    The new internal layout of the Mac Pro is ultra-wicked...

    Couldn't agree with you more. It seems even if they bring new displays to Paris in Sept they will have the same basic design cues. Which also means that any design update to the macbook pro will be pretty subtle as well. Apple's Pro line-up is destined to carry the same design and silvery/slightly champagne-ish anodized look for quite some time in the future. Why fix something that's not broken?

    Mar 29, 12:37 AM
    I doubt it. The $129 upgrades were back in the era before the iOS platform took off. The iPhone, and iPad are really accelerating Apple's income and profits, so they don't need to price OS upgrades that high. Snow Leopard brought a bunch of new tech to the table for developers to play with, and $29 was the easy way to ensure most people had that tech. Apple is likely much more interested in moving the platform forward then they are with $100 extra from each person. The more people stay current, the more developers can actually use the latest toys. Also consider that for Intel 10.4 users, the "$29 upgrade" worked fine, even though Apple could have blocked that and forced it to be a Leopard only upgrade.

    Notice how Apple moved away from paid iOS upgrades for iPod Touch users. They saw enough people hold back that it was going to be an issue with the apps in the App Store. Now iPod users get their updates for free.

    I'm going to predict $29 for Lion, with an option to even just grab it from the App Store like how they distributed it to developers. Possibly even a little cheaper off the App Store, and $29 for the in store disc based copy.I guess we'll see.

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