14 Mayıs 2011 Cumartesi

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  • bmb012
    May 5, 01:03 AM
    I don't get the "3D" screen thing???? My regular 1080p TV can play a 3d Movie just fine. The 3D software shared here on MacRumors didn't have any special screen... what the heck would Apple do to make it a 3D screen?

    I say "false".

    Have you not heard of Nintendo's 3DS...??

    Here's why it's really false. The parallax barrier would have to either be vertical or horizontal. Unless there's tech that works both ways, and even if there was, switching orientations would make everything all blurry.

    Oh, and putting your fingers on the 3d would mess with it. Smudges show up far worse on a 3D screen, and iPad doesn't have buttons like the 3DS, so it would either be tilt or 3D, not both (kinda like the 3DS is AR or 3D, not both, but there's enough control schemes there that don't mess with the 3D.

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  • grenstne
    Mar 29, 11:28 AM
    The Radio Shack in the financial district in San Francisco did not have any iPads. The salesperson indicated that their "district" received about four units. That's it.

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  • maclaptop
    Apr 17, 08:20 AM
    Apple does not have the best have a build quality better then everyone else. They have some very good computers, but their are companies who build much better computers you have no evidence to back up your statement. Macs use the same hardware as everyone else.

    This is one of the most accurate statements in recent times. Nothing but facts. Thank you.

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  • ozzyman500
    Mar 25, 04:03 PM
    Wow that was fast. Hopefully they fixed that damn iPod app issue.

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  • bboucher790
    May 5, 06:27 PM
    off switch or not, you have to realize that the more companies will be manufacturing 3D devices, the more companies will create 3D content for these devices

    it's a crappy circle...

    Who cares if someone creates 3D content for a device? Again, explain the negative here? How does this hurt you as a 2D viewer. Unless they start making 3D only content, your experience should not change.

    As much as I don't like 3D stuff being shoved down my face, I also like the choice of being able to view something in 3D, rather than not having the choice at all.

    I find it strange how there's so much angst against something that is completely optional to the user. That's like me being annoyed someone else is able to turn on Bluetooth.

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  • mcrain
    Apr 26, 09:57 AM
    How are they coming up with the number of (gun) crimes committed by blacks? That is an important question because it is probably based on convictions. A higher percentage of blacks are arrested for crimes, which is compounded by a system (at least here) that convicts blacks at a higher rate. So, there may be a statistically disproportionate number of crimes committed by blacks, but if the system concentrates that trend, the statistics are going to seem worse than reality.

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  • tzeshan
    Apr 2, 07:51 PM
    Wait, Sony? Not known for providing sensors to other companies? Are you guys joking?

    Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, Sigma, Casio and a whole lot more uses Sony sensors..

    Those are CCD sensors not CMOS image sensors.

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  • appleguy123
    Apr 7, 10:36 AM
    I think that my objection to a book like this for atheists is that there is no reason to believe that the author of the book's morals or opinions are anymore important or better than anyone else's.
    He is a human, I am a human. Neither one of us claim to be divinely inspired and both of us are looking out for our selfish interests in one way or another.
    As people, we need to base our morality on avoiding suffering (I believe that this should extend to all animals who can comprehend suffering or dread). This is not an objective matter. Discretion, not rulebooks.

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  • 1984
    Sep 4, 11:17 AM
    I trust only AppleInsider, not ThinkSecret. What they say goes, as far as I remember. Remember last year's October event?

    AppleInsider: There will be a video-capable iPod coming out next week.
    ThinkSecret: Actually, there will be no iPod coming out next week.
    ThinkSecret: Actually, there will be an 80GB regular iPod coming out next week.
    ThinkSecret: Actually, there WILL be a video-capable iPod coming out today <for it was the day of the event by the time they had finally gotten their facts straight.>

    ThinkSecret has had an awful track record the past year or so. Some people here seem to be stuck in the good old days when they were actually a reliable source. Those days are gone. Their sources dried up.

    Why would Apple announce their movie store when they don't have a decent video iPod to play them on? What has Apple been working on the past year? Larger capacities? The 5G iPods have not been updated in all this time and yet 80GB drives have been available all along. It just doesn't add up.

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  • cult hero
    Mar 25, 03:14 PM
    Think of the Nexus One, the first Google branded phone. Less than a year old and can be considered ancient and outdated. Did it get any Android updates? I don't know, but it's highly unlikely that it will get Android 2.3 (if it even has 2.2)...

    The Nexus One got 2.3. (I'm running it right now.) It was one of the first to get 2.2. Mind you, the 2.3 release came MONTHS after it was projected to and I have to admit my phone is now approximately as stable as Windows 98. I'm almost considering going back to 2.2 or trying a custom ROM because 2.3 in terms of stability is a crime against technology.

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  • redAPPLE
    Oct 16, 12:51 AM
    where would we be without him?

    i'd be nowhere. i would have to restart and i would be where i started from. :D

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  • dakduel
    Mar 14, 11:48 PM
    heres mine for today

    my brothers skating shoes held together with some shoe glue

    i was playing a an adapter for some old minolta lenses

    this lens was a 50mm 1.4

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  • Malcster
    Sep 12, 02:48 PM
    Ok, mines crashing everytime on the gapless playback scan.. Grrr

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  • thewaydownmusic
    Sep 24, 01:02 PM
    Wal-Mart uses loss-leading priced CD sales to draw people into the store.

    I work for Target... while we do not always underprice CD's, in many products, that is the case. If someone goes to buy that one product (that the store takes a loss on) the store hopes that they will pick up other items while they are there.

    Target sells a lot of the iTunes pre-paid cards... and TONS of iPod accessories.

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  • Flowbee
    Nov 27, 11:56 PM
    If you were to poll 1,000 random people on the street, you'd be lucky if the majority of people would even know what the hell 'Apple Corps' was, let alone that they had a legal dispute over Apple Computers name.. so the 'joke' of selecting a song like 'Come Together' would be absolutely lost on most people.

    Come Together would be understood by most people to mean the Beatles "coming together" with iTunes. No 'joke' necessary.

    BTW - If you were to poll 1,000 Beatles fans, 999 would know that the Beatles' record label was Apple.

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  • Blacklabel34
    May 5, 03:59 AM
    I bet most of the people who are upset about this have the iPad2:p

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    Mar 12, 12:16 PM
    Haven't taken a photo in ages, decided to shake off the rust by trying my hand at some more HDR shots. Processed this one in Photoshop, because for some reason Photomatix Pro and I haven't been getting along well lately.

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  • Warbrain
    Nov 8, 09:10 AM
    IMHO the white leaves different marks that are just as back...after awhile ull get a bunch of scuff marks that make the finish look more greyish brown...this is why i hated iBooks

    I've never seen an iBook that looked grey even after all the scuffing. I've got an iBook and it still looks white under all lighting conditions.

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  • Natsus
    Sep 13, 08:05 AM
    The link does not say Apple will be using OLEDs in the next gens. It is RUMORED.The new Nano tech specs clearly say nothing about OLED. Since OLED has become a hot topic, I'm sure Steve Jobs or the specs would have called that to our attention.

    True, but at the same time there two things to consider. A lot better battery life and brighter screen. Those are the two positives of having OLEDs in the first place. True it might just be a rumor, but I guess we'll find out when we get these new ipods. (OLEDS can do pure black)

    Oct 13, 09:00 PM
    Originally posted by Nipsy
    PCs maybe catching up on stability (I stop at Win2k Pro), but they are losing on Privacy, Fair Use, extensibility, programmability, style, ease of use. and productivity.
    Well, wow. How uneducated you are.

    You don't lose privacy, fair use, extensibility, programmability, style, ease of use, and productivity on PCs. I run Windows XP, Linux, FreeBSD, and Mac OS 7.6.1 on my Athlon 1400MHz. I don't lose those things you mention while using Linux or FreeBSD. Hell, I don't lose them even in Windows. I know what to avoid.

    Extensibility. Let's see. Have you ever looked at the Microsoft.NET platform? It's an excellent platform for development. Microsoft.NET completely replaces their old ****ty Win32. In fact, Microsoft.NET isn't even tied to Win32. I run implementations of Microsoft.NET on Linux and FreeBSD. Microsoft.NET is the, if not one of the, most extensible application programming framework ever engineered. It takes the concept of SUN's Java and made it an unified framework for several specific languages of which are designed for specific types of programming, for example, C# should be used for general applications programming, VB.NET should be used for quick and simple solutions, JScript.NET for scripting, Eiffel.NET for mathematics, Delphi.NET for whatever Delphi was for. Best of all, you can even program dll's in separate languages and combine them in one powerful program. That's some serious leveraging you don't have in UNIX without making wrappers for each language. Microsoft has said bye bye to dll hell (Microsoft.NET actually adopts the UNIX versioning system. Before, it was conflicting versions of dll's that couldn't be installed at the same time. But now, you can have multiple dll's and no dll hell) Besides, I also run *n?x on my PC, that's extreme extensibility by using free OSes. I get benefits of UNIX on my PC as well.

    Style. You're saying that PC users don't have style? Maybe their style is to buy affordable computers, run them fast, get **** done. Various people have different style flavors.

    Ease of use. Windows XP is easy enough. Hell, command line UNIX is easy for me to use. Sure Mac OS X might be easier to use than Windows XP. But seriously, who cares. Windows has an established GUI that many people know how to use.

    Productivity. Mac OS X is the worst OS for productivity at least for me. It's so frickin' slow drawing all the eye candy crap. At least in Windows XP you can turn them off. Ease of use does not necessarily equate to productivity. Ease of use *AND* GUI responsiveness sum to equate mostly what productivity. Windows XP has both. Mac OS X has only the ease of use while people need huge amounts of RAM on a lower end Mac to run it at least fast enough. Windows XP is usable on a Pentium II 233MHz with 128MB RAM just fine. Windows XP has less BSODs these days, but when they do occur, it's usually memory corruption. That's what you get for not using top notch RAM. I've had people who have gotten kernel panics as much as BSODs. Myself, I haven't gotten a single BSOD since my install of Windows XP except when I overclocked my CPU, but that's not XP's fault. XP even ran when Linux wouldn't boot with 1400MHz@1522MHz.

    By the way, the PC is not Windows. Windows is an operating system. The PC is a collection of computer components independent from OSes. So don't dare to say PCs are catching up in stability--they're already friggin' stable.

    I simply use what makes me productive. The only reason I'm a Mac guy is because I'm a PC, Sun, IBM (POWER4), etc. guy who likes to have and play with them all. In fact, my first computer was IIsi--they kicked ass back then. They still kick ass today IMHO so I still have old Macs around to tinker around to have fun.

    Jan 11, 04:32 PM
    Maybe they'll announced that they've finally got AirDisk working with the Airport Extreme n, and will apologise for their complete incompetence and track record with this product so far.

    If we're REALLY lucky we might even be able to use AirDisk with Time Machine.

    Or maybe it will be the smell of ******** when Steve gives some other product the false hype that the Airport Extreme got...

    Sep 12, 02:51 PM
    i cant even get to the store....damn thing wont even connect, must be getting SLAMMED!

    Aug 3, 11:53 AM
    But wait! Doesn't Apple's miniscule market-share mean that hackers won't target Macs because there is nothing to be gained? Better off targeting the 95% of Windows-running machines out there? I think this story proves again that the "security through obscurity" argument is just a myth. :)
    Well, going on national TV and basically challenging the hacker community doesn't really qualify as obscure, now does it?

    May 4, 11:56 PM
    I do not understand half the comments in this thread.

    Data caps for 3G download (if it is allowed)? What else would the negotiations be about? Downloading over wifi?

    Unavoidable, uncontrollable, and unexpected iOS upgrades? Seriously?

    How could Apple possibly solve the issue of backing up data for users of iOS 5... the version of iOS strongly rumored to include support for Apple's revamped cloud stroage solution.

    This development just strengthens the other rumors. It fits together rather nicely. Hopefully there's some validity to it. Tying it to a single computer's iTunes has been a nuisance from time to time.

    It's late. Sorry for the snark.

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