21 Mayıs 2011 Cumartesi

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  • IronLogik
    Nov 12, 10:54 AM
    I respect the fact that he and any developer can do what ever they wish, and move on to do other things, but to use the review process as your excuse is lame. Sure, everyone knows and agrees it's a bit harsh of a process, but he's leaving exactly why? Because it's a 2 week wait for approval? Because Apple polices content to make sure it won't hinder performance on the device? The developers all know the rules, and not much has changed from day one. I understand frustration, but this is a bit extreme to prove a point. There are better ways to go about it.

    Just my opinion...

    I think he did a great job on the app, and I'm disappointed he's walking away from it.

    I can totally understand his frustration. His job is to make his application better. When there is a big bug that sneaks into the application but isn't caught before the release of the app. You discover it after several people complain (and several in FB terms is probably thousands) but you can fix the problem in an hour. But then you need to wait 2-3 weeks for the application to be approved by apple. In the mean time you can't do jack **** because the app store is completely controlled by Apple. Oh and the user has to deal with the bug until Apple approves the update which at the current rate can be anywhere from a week to three weeks (or more as noted below).

    His job is made harder because of Apple's BS. Why would you want your job to be harder than it needs to be? Of course you don't want your job to be harder. So why say that his job should be any different than your own.

    Nevermind the other developers out there like Cerulean Studio's who haven't heard a single peep from Apple about their Trillian app for the iPhone for over 3 months. THREE MONTHS.

    It's pretty clear that while one developer has the capability to be reassigned to better things, not all developers are. As a result he chose to make his life easier. Others can't, but my guess is that if they had the choice they too would switch away from the App Store.

    Look at Steven Frank (from Panic) who tried to ditch the iPhone for philosophical reasons as well. He wasn't able to leave. But my guess is his success rate would be higher now with the newer Android devices (Droid and Droid Eris/Hero).

    This isn't just one developer having problems. It's a LOT of big developers who are seeing issues. meanwhile more fart apps, flashlight apps and trash are loaded up on the store for no good reason. But those who actually want to make your life easier are getting nothing but grief (or in the case of Cerulean Studios' NOTHING).

    Look at the bigger picture is what I'm saying.

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  • maclaptop
    May 5, 02:56 PM
    What took Apple so long?

    They were Afraid... of copying Android :)

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  • diegozuniga
    Sep 12, 03:02 PM
    I was actually hoping to get Merom chips into the Macbook today, so i have been waiting for today to purchase my new Macbook. But i do not see the old Ipod nano's there and i suppose the new ones don't fall into the deal. Is this correct??? Also, why don't these have the EDU discount. Thanks in advance!!!!

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 17, 12:04 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/04/17/best-buy-and-toys-r-us-selling-ipads-on-sunday/)


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  • 6-0 Prolene
    Mar 13, 08:49 AM
    well i dont think mbp and ipads have the same market.. and anyway i would never buy an ipad until i see it in a shop and i can try it..i don tthink they r goign to sell that many ipads now but well who knows
    hopefully next tuesday

    Are you kidding? They're already running out of the pre-orders. Demand is clearly outstripping supply for the iPads and they're not even released yet.

    I do think, though, that releasing some new MBPs and MPs would be a nice way to assuage the disgruntled pre-orderers of the iPad when they get told they can't pre-order.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 14, 10:35 AM
    Battery life? Not saying it isn't worth it to you. Just saying, there are trade offs (which you are well aware of, most likely).

    Battery Life, build quality, customer support...all big things. That said, I agree with the core of Nykwil's argument. The Apple Tax has gotten out of control. Im tired of Toshiba/Dell/HP making systems with far superior specs, at 30% less than Apple. That doesnt stop the masses from buying MB's and showing Apple "we* dont know the difference".

    *MacRumors' Members exception

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  • pounce
    Mar 28, 11:52 AM
    couldn't get one today at the apple store in Atlanta, best buy, or target. would love to be able to pick one up already.

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  • andybno1
    Mar 25, 12:09 PM
    my iTunes says 4.3 is latest version

    EDIT: ok tried again now 4.3.1 is there.... strange

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  • Chrisdanger
    Mar 19, 10:43 AM
    iPod classic has had an amazing run, but to innovate, you have to sometimes leave the old device behind and go with the new. The future of iPod is (and has been) the touch and mini devices.

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  • appleguru1
    Aug 3, 01:55 PM
    This is not a hack at all.. unless you have SSH ("Remote Login" in Sharing prefs) on and the attacker knows your password, they can't do crap.

    Now, by all means I'd like to see proof that this hack can actually exploit a user's system without SSH on and without knowwing their password, but from what I've seen I wouldn't think so.

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  • peapody
    Oct 24, 12:28 PM
    LOVE IT. What is that case?

    I got a couple questions about the case. Let me check when I get home!

    13" Mba and 11.6" New MBA have very similar resolutions, there would be very little difference on whats on screen.

    Even so, the aspect ratio makes for a difficult time reading documents etc I believe. Truthfully, I need to bring in my mba into the store to see the difference. I really hate the specs of the 11.6 though and might just wait for the second gen to pick it up. I paid the same amount for my current 13.3" but I have 2.13ghz, 128gb ssd, superdrive, apple care, retail leopard and snow leopard rolled into it.

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  • vincenz
    Mar 29, 09:59 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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  • zap2
    Sep 12, 04:05 PM
    Green iPod..I wanted a Green Mini, but my local Apple store was out when I went to buy it, but they only had Gold..so I went with it..now I can get a Green one!

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  • theOtherGeoff
    Mar 28, 05:14 PM
    radio shack lol, do people still shop there?

    for consumer devices like phones... yep.

    It's no BBY, but comparitively it's doing pretty well most recently (RSH has a higher P/E and higher EV/R than BBY).

    But they are no Apple store;-)

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  • edge540
    Nov 8, 08:14 AM
    Im glad to see that they finally upgraded their consumer line of notebooks. Now for the RAM, 2 gig's costs about 250 dollars, so if its anywhere near that price to upgrade on the apple store, its a good deal. Ive noticed lately apple has been a little more moderate on their RAM prices, atleast on some machines.

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  • macnvrbck
    Nov 8, 09:35 AM
    I agree with you there is just something about the 13" MacBook that doesn't fit but the 12" its PERFECT

    I could not agree more! That 13'' is just too bulky compared to the beautiful form factor of the best laptop ever made. That said.. mine is getting sloooower, I'll bump it up to 1.25Gb of RAM here soo, just waiting for prices to come down.

    I'm not getting rid of this laptop anytime soon.

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  • 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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  • Kelmon
    May 5, 02:52 AM
    I'm hoping this is an April Fool and someone just got their date a bit wrong. I really don't like 3D and I absolutely hate the 3D bandwagon that seems determined to ram the technology down our throats. It's terrible. My eyes are not fooled by 3D effects. I'm hoping this is just an effort to get everyone to buy an iPad 2.

    Personally, I don't believe the story.

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  • bbotte
    Nov 12, 02:26 PM
    It has always been dumb only 1 person at Facebook works on the iPhone app.

    Nov 8, 06:07 AM
    The Dutch store (www.apple.com/nlstore) is down!!

    May 5, 07:23 AM
    Every time engineers are trying to be clever they run the risk of messing things up. Taking the old iOS, removing it completely, and installing a completely new, fresh iOS is safe and risk free. Trying to be clever and replace only the right things risks messing up things and leaving a very, very, very unhappy customer.

    But don't they manage patches with Mac OS X all the time... ? And Mac OS X has much more of the OS exposed and accessible to the user (more to be tinkered with).

    I would just like smaller, incremental updates. To be honest I don't mind attaching the phone to the computer to backup before an update at all, it just seems sensible. Updating over 3G before backing up seems risky... unless the backup will happen as part of their 'iCloud' system perhaps?

    Mar 11, 02:56 PM
    Fivepoint? Hello? You posted the rhetoric from the gentleman from Kentucky, but haven't actually described how and what you did on the little budget game.

    Aug 24, 12:49 PM
    Is it 1.1, 1.3 or 1.8 million laptop batteries?

    Apr 3, 06:28 PM
    Staying away from the traditional rangefinder lens deign did not make the lens thinner, it just allowed the extra room to clear out the mirror swing but the les had to get bigger and protrude more. It is like saying "no need to make the phone thicker, just make the lens stck out!" which obviously isn't really an attractive solution - it was done one a few years ago and didn't fare all that well.

    I wasn't proposing the same solution, merely an observation on the statement:
    "You are limited by the focal length, which is dictated by the thickness of the device. There is no magic way around this."

    For example: with the various adapters to use 35mm lenses on 4/3rds format some include elements to accommodate different registration distances.

    i.e. you're neither limited by the focal length; nor is the focal length dictated by the device. Is that not so? Could you not employ a nice aspherical positive element to take advantage of a larger sensor without "just making the lens stick out"? (ref his original link to DPReview article on Focal Length).

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