14 Mayıs 2011 Cumartesi

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  • DavidLeblond
    May 4, 11:00 PM
    Or only has one eye ;)

    Thanks for getting it. :) No, I have 2 eyes but I have an eye condition known as Duane's syndrome. My eyes aren't perfectly aligned with each other so my brain doesn't process both images together as a 3D image. Basically my brain only processes the image out of one eye at a time (usually my right eye unless I tell it otherwise)

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  • balamw
    Oct 18, 02:46 PM
    Books are expensive these days. How much would e-books go for?
    If audiobooks are any indication, don't expect to save any money by saving trees. :p


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  • Ivanovitchk
    Oct 25, 02:51 AM

    What's your GPU?

    Apple 5770 because you can't use regular ATI 5x with DP + DP to mini-DP adapter under Osx or even ATI 5770 Eyefinity 5 (5 mini DP) or 5870 Eyefinity 6 (6 mini DP). The ports are simply not working under Osx although they are in windows.

    An other solution would be to use the Atlona AT DP-400 converter and any other framebuffer / injector / Dsdt capable gpu... I went with the apple card because of the small fee gap ( 40$) and also to upgrade my old 8800GT.

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  • ericinboston
    Mar 28, 09:08 PM
    But how many tickets were actually for sale? 3000? 5000? 10,000? Remember that the conference center needs to house all the Apple employees, the contractors, and of course all the booths/rooms.

    I would imagine that Apple purposely plans events (timing as well as location) that WILL sell out. Apple doesn't want to hold an event where only 50% of the conference hall is filled.

    Selling out in 12 hours may not be all that it's cracked up to be. But in theory if 100% of the attendees are truly developers, I could see a fast sellout.

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  • deputy_doofy
    Nov 8, 07:46 AM
    I bet they'll ship these before they ship us our 17" C2D MBPs that they waited until the last minute to tell us could not ship due to "high demand" even though they haven't shipped any.

    What a horrible company.�

    Don't feel bad. I received my MBP15 on 10-31 and it had a bad left speaker. I had to send it back for repair/replacement (whichever they do is fine with me). I got mine and had to let it go. :(

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  • dontmatter
    Jul 24, 12:33 AM
    No. Please god no. I don't know how many of you have done e-books but e-books on anything smaller then a 4" screen sucks. HARD.

    What Apple needs to do is come out with a dedicated device. Integration seems the only way they can push into another market at this point. (Shades of MS Windows with [insert anything here.] integration.)

    What Apple needs to do is form an alliance with E-Reader / Peanut Press and having it integrate with iTMS. Then come out with an e book reader that uses digital ink. This is the tech that can paint a screen then cut power to the screen yet still have the image remain. In cases such as this we are talking WEEKS of battery life. Use digital ink + Apple's standard design flare + iTMS and I can guarantee people will eat it up.

    Does anyone know how big this would be? It would be huge. No beyond huge. Literature is as universally accepted as music. It's used everywhere from text books in schools, to training manuals, to maintenance manuals, to entertainment in the home, to entertainment while you are sitting waiting for the dentist. Imagine subscribing to a magazine and having it downloaded off of iTMS like a podcast.

    In short I would sell my first, second, third born sons, and cut off a pinky toe for Apple to release an e-book reader. This is Sony's attempt:


    No one in the market has done the design right yet. There is this huge market waiting for someone to step up to the plate and get it done right, easy, and elegant. Sound familiar?

    But above all please PLEASE PLEASE don�t integrate it into the iPod. It would be doing major disservice to the emerging industry.

    On second thought, silicon addict, you just might be right. big enough to read on just might be too big for the ipod. hrm.

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  • Zoolevation
    Mar 11, 05:30 PM
    What about the Macbook air? My creditcard can't wait anymore longer :p

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  • CubusX
    Mar 25, 01:41 PM
    Hope it resolves the short battery life since updating to 4.3!


    I have to charge my iPhone 2x a day.

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  • NYC Russ
    Apr 12, 01:17 PM
    Manufacturing requires a lot of labor too.Sorry to burst your bubble again, but not all manufacturing requires a lot of labor. Painting all manufacturing processes with a broad brush is disingenuous. I've seen my share of robotic assembly lines, and as far as I'm aware, robots are not labor.

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  • rdowns
    Mar 18, 02:13 PM
    It would be nice for Apple to announce it's end of life after offering a 10th anniversary model. They'd sell tens of millions.

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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 2, 05:18 AM
    It's true that a high megapixel count is not anything like the most important factor about a camera, but everything else being equal more megapixels is better than fewer megapixels. I seriously doubt Apple is going to add megapixels just for the number on the specs list.

    I think the point is that the technical specs of a photo, and the camera it was taken on, can't make a badly lit, poorly composed photo a good one, and (within reason) can't totally destroy the work of a good photographer who knows what they are doing but only had access to a 'lesser' camera.

    Another way of looking at it might be that Leonardo da Vinci could do more impressive work with a pencil and paper than many people could do with a studio full of photoshop artists.

    Fair enough.

    I think that was common sense and wasn't worth mentioning in any context.

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  • OMGteh.nterweb
    Aug 3, 10:08 AM
    Herr go an ABC news story where it's mentioned.

    Experts Discuss Wireless Vulnerability (http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory?id=2266507)

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  • H. Flower
    Apr 14, 02:05 PM
    I am professional editor. I get paid to edit. I just dont edit giant films. I think there is a little discrediting going on for what makes a professional editor.
    I was in a discussion a year ago about all the new features that just got released. In the days of yesteryear, editor (film wise) would cut the film, then once they had a locked picture, they would add audio, color the film, sound effects and score.
    However, a year ago during a project I found myself very angry at the way FCP was functioning given the way editors have to edit today. I have been a big FCP user for years and consider myself very experience on the software. I refer to the editing style of today, which is also being done in feature film editorial, that you are no longer just the film/video editor. YOU ARE the sound designer, the colorist, the composer, and the technician, at least at a basic level.
    I feel that 10 years ago you would show a "rough" cut that was 50% done, no audio effects, color, or score, just the cuts and clients were possible able to get it. However today I feel that a rough cut needs to look more like 95% done. Many times when I show a client a piece of footage that doesnt look like an almost finished product, they get concerned on the final piece, even when you explain that is a rough cut.
    So now that a lot of editor are having to show cuts that are almost done to get notes, the actual act of editing has become a nightmare to me. I have to move sounds, scores, titles, overlays, graphics all out of the way to make the simplest edit. Half the time, something gets moved that isnt supposed to. causing extra work. And I will be honest, sometimes, (which I know we all do....) I say good enough, because the actual act of moving a giant timeline around is just too painful.
    well not anymore (hopefully)
    I want the freedom that this FCPX with hopefully provide. It seems to be changing with how many of us are going to have to start editing.
    And of course one final thought. A good editor is a good editor, it is an art. Just because someone is an "expert" on AVID, PP, FCP doesnt mean they are an good editor. Same as someone who knows how to put paint on canvas isnt necessarily Van Gogh.
    I think this version will help us tell stories easier and more efficient. It is still up to the editor what he/she will do with the tool.

    Nicely put.

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  • AnthonyKinyon
    Aug 3, 02:21 PM

    Also see: http://www.sci-tech-today.com/story.xhtml?story_id=003000002WEF

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  • ArizonaKid
    Aug 8, 04:32 PM
    Why do 'top of the range' PCs all look like they are designed and built by kids using Lego and LEDs?




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  • drlunanerd
    Sep 12, 01:41 PM
    Gapless playback.

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  • NYC Russ
    Apr 12, 12:26 PM
    If Apple manufactured their products in the US, the iPhone would probably cost $999 with a 2-year contract and the iPad would probably cost $1599 for the 16GB model.

    When you have to pay someone $12 an hour to work an assembly line and pay for benefits and payroll taxes, that raises costs a lot to a country where you can pay 75 cents per hour and benefits like health insurance cost $5 a month rather than $500.

    A 25-page document isn't necessary and the law would be dumb. All that it takes is for someone to take a basic economics course.

    Americans who complain about jobs leaving overseas need to realize that when they go shopping they need to put their money where their mouth is. Everyone pays lip service to "made in the usa" but when they look at the price tags in the store they buy made in china!

    The thing to watch here is if the quality improves when production is done in Brazil. If the production quality is the same or better, that's good news for consumers.
    Electronics manufacturers are not in China for cheap labor. The manufacturing process is so automated that there is very labor involved. They manufacture in China because of currency exchange rates, and because of lax environmental laws.

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  • bmwhd
    May 5, 09:05 AM
    Don't underestimate the attraction of making this work for the phone companies - Patching the iOS today requires a series of user actions often deemed tedious by the masses that don't read forums like this. My wife for example. She uses her iPhone solely as a phone and thus it doesn't get connected to iTunes unless I take the time to do it. This frustrates ATT/VZW as they want to close 'security' holes or turn on/off features at their discretion, not ours.

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  • SuperCachetes
    Mar 30, 12:50 PM
    Here is my take on recent history...


    *And when I say "amen," I mean it in a completely secular way, not addressed to any deity. ;)

    Aug 24, 08:18 PM
    But you sure would be bothered if some one got yours and you didn't get one! Probably could hear you scream in Hong Kong without an amplifier.:mad:

    Yes probably....but.......

    I would just take the battery to the local applecare store and have my battery verified and get them to sort me out a replacement.......

    Mar 21, 02:04 PM
    I am sure some people are going to be pissed at this, but OWNED.

    Owned? Aside from some random dislike of the "term", I have to ask where was anyone owned? If you're saying the wife was owned, she wasn't. Wife said no, probably due to the issue of money and not the device itself.

    I worry about youth today.

    It is a very cute story and shows companies still have a sense of humor sometimes.

    Nov 23, 07:26 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7A341 Safari/528.16)

    The Beatles are up there with the likes if Bach as far as helping to shape the future of musical style and sound. If you don't know who Bach is then I feel sorry for you.

    Mar 29, 04:54 PM
    And to look at it in a slightly different way ...

    Would it have helped the United States to have some country intervene and determine the outcome in our civil war?Best ask the French. They have form.

    Nov 7, 06:43 AM
    Hope it comes out tomorrow

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