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  • Fuchal
    Mar 25, 04:55 PM
    I just downloaded the update, it told me something failed and I need to restore my iPhone. I am on try 3 and it is still failing every time it tries to restore. It's giving me error code 1013. I would stay away from this update for at least a day or two until others give feedback. It doesn't seem to be that critical of an update anyways.

    Same thing happened to me... I had to use Tiny Umbrella to kick it out of recovery mode and then it was fine.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 14, 09:18 AM
    So there is more room for growth with Mac sales. Of course this is true because the market % is so low that it's easier to go up. This is like how Android skyrocketed, just more room to grow when nobody has your products.

    The only flaw with that is the rest of the market is shrinking.

    So if the market is down as a whole, and one manufacture is up, that one manufacturer is definitely doing something right.

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  • mrplow
    Aug 3, 07:24 AM
    I have to agree with the last post as that's immediately what I thought last night- different devices have different drivers, he supposedly exploited a bug in the drivers for the external wifi card plugged into the macbook- first of all, who wrote those drivers? second of all, this fails to mention *ever* that apple's airport extreme card/drivers has such a bug to be dealt with-- merely that a mac using such an external card is vulnerable.

    and ultimately, he never does load up the Sharing preferences to prove that shell/afs/smb/etc aren't running.

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  • Chupa Chupa
    Mar 29, 06:39 AM
    I absolutely adore these attempts at prophecy. Bottom line: We have no idea what the thing will cost, and all we can do right now is make educated guesses.

    Hence the name of this site: Mac Rumors.

    I'll give you that not all the rumors or speculations here are "educated," but if I were to make a price bracket sheet I'd put $29 losing out in the first round and $129 in the Final Four.

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  • arnop
    Nov 28, 05:43 PM
    I love how everybody is like "I've got the CDs who cares" or "Buy the CDs they are cheaper". The Beatles on iTunes isn't for you. It is for people who don't buy CDs, it's for the future when the majority of people get digital music and it's certainly for a whole generation of kids who won't know what a CD is or care, in the same way that vinyl is now seen as archaic.

    I'm sure I am repeating someone else's thoughts, but it doesn't seem clear to a lot of people.

    I guess you're right, but it means I'm much older than I thought ! I grew up with CDs and now, kids don't know what a CD is :D

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  • sikkinixx
    Nov 24, 08:09 AM
    ITT internet snarky-ness reaches yet another peak :rolleyes:

    It's pretty cool that it's selling so well. I mean it's gonna die down... a lot... once Biebus decides to release his next musical masterpiece, but nonetheless very cool.

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  • nemaslov
    Nov 27, 10:11 PM
    Hope you're right.
    But, for 10 million dollars they'd better have LIFETIME exclusivity. And offer a number of Beatles IPods.
    The Early Days with the early beatles etched.
    Revolver - Revolver etch.
    Yellow Submarine color and etch.
    Get Back.
    Abby Road...

    But, Steve knows his business better then I.
    So, Good Luck.

    Like these previous guy's have stated,
    for many, this music has already been Ripped
    or LimeWired.

    Steve may have to offer something new.
    Optional hi-def download quality?

    No not lifestime exclusive for 10 million. Microsoft got the Stones Start Me Up for Twenty Million 11 years ago just for the commercial run of that particular Ad campaign.

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  • Dustman
    May 5, 03:09 PM
    iPad 3 - iPad 3D

    I could really see that, with the iPhone 3G (it was actually the 3rd phone) and had 3G.

    3G was the 2nd. 3GS was the third.

    This would be absolutely awesome! As long as its implimented well and that it has a virtual 3D slider to adjust how much it's all popping up at you.

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  • gregbenj
    Jul 22, 09:30 PM
    Integrate motion sensors! With a flick of the wrist, the page will turn. Hot Damn!

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  • SimonMW
    Apr 14, 04:25 PM
    Great, That's the guy who "redesigned" iMovie and screwed it up.
    He's also the guy who designed FCP in the first place!

    I edit professionally and I am stoked by what I have seen so far. Anything that makes my life easier is a good thing. I'm glad it is cheaper, although nothing has been said about the other apps such as STP and Motion, or even Color. As others have said, just because amateurs can afford the software, it doesn't mean that they can use it well.

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  • ZSamuels28
    Mar 11, 04:59 PM
    Apologies...if it has already been discussed...I am at an airport, and dont have the time to scroll through all the pages before my flight departure:



    WHAT!? I've never seen these before in my life!


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  • xxBURT0Nxx
    May 5, 09:52 AM
    That was BEFORE THE T-mobile + ATT merger was announced! WHEN VZW was the largest cell company.

    I have a feeling VZW will reverse it's stance and keep unlimited data longer than expected to stay competitive against T-mobile + ATT.
    Now with the merger coming , VZW will have to stay competitive, unlimited data makes them more attractive against the ATT + T-Mobile super company.

    maybe, maybe not... that's just your opinion on what may happen, not a fact.

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  • jettredmont
    Oct 16, 04:38 PM
    He didn't really say that either.


    "You're always fighting things that are opposed to each other. As an example, take the PlayStation 3. It's a great game machine, but it's not such a great music player. There are many reasons for that, but the biggest reason is that it doesn't fit in your pocket, does it? Games need nice big screens. Music players need to fit in your pocket. So you have to pick one and optimize for it, and the second thing you do will certainly be suboptimal. Maybe you can do it, but it will be suboptimal.

    So you can do video on these devices if you want to, but the things that are suboptimal about it are the screen size and the battery life�things like that. The fundamental problem here is...Headphones are a miraculous thing. You put on a pair of headphones and you get the same experience as with a great pair of speakers. Well, there's no such thing as headphones for video. There's not something I can carry with me�something I can put on�that will give me the same experience that I get when I'm watching my 50-inch plasma display at home. And until somebody invents that, you're going to have these opposing constraints."

    Makes it sound like no video ipod, and yet he released one just a couple months later, even though the big constraints he listed hadn't been eliminated.

    Well, battery life jumped dramatically in the 5th gen iPods (and again in 5.5G). And when Steve debuted the video store the iPod was one device to display that video on, not the only one. Contrast paying $9.99 for a video which will play quite well on your iPod as well as on your 23" or 30" Mac screen, to paying a friggin' premium to buy the same movie on UMD (likewise without the extra features) that can only be watched on a little 3" screen in your hand, period.

    If the industry hadn't been touting the ability to buy movies just for your portable device, this would be a classic straw man argument: knock down the stupidest possible use for a device in order to tarnish the whole device. But, it wasn't straw-man, because that's exactly what Sony was trying to sell, and what the cell phone makers were trying to sell! Steve's blessed with straw man competitors!

    Likewise, you see here Jobs knocking down what you'd think, had you been on a desert island the past three months, to be an obvious straw-man. Obviously trying to pick up chicks by flashing them your music library from across the room is only a half step removed from flashing anonymous strangers on the street. It's just a plain stupid idea, two steps beyond the border into creepytown, and by far not the best use of a wireless connection between two portable devices. And, worse, we know from experience that it'll be clunky as well as creepy because Microsoft's idea of an "easy" connection process typically involves three "simple" 200-word dialogs, a click-through EULA promising you'll only listen to the shared song alone and get the permission of Major League Baseball prior to letting anyone else listen in, and a "minor" virus infection. But, this disaster is what Microsoft has been touting!

    IMHO, Steve Jobs is a marketing genius because he's able to see the obvious flaws in other companies' marketing pitches, and likewise able to hide the obvious flaws in his own. All of which is to say that, yes, when Apple adds wireless capabilities to their iPod I have little doubt it will have me drooling. They have a track record of that, which is backed by a rather solid track record of actually delivering on the drool-worthy product. I doubt, however, that Steve will be going around telling lonely geeks that iPod wireless music sharing will get them a date with the hot chick at the club.

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  • BWhaler
    Sep 4, 02:19 PM
    What I need is a new MBP refresh with 160gig hard drive and no quality issues. A better GPU would be nice also.

    But a new iPod nano sound great since my current one is scratched beyond recognition.

    My wish list, which given it's been forever since Apple has updated the nano, shouldn't be too pie-in-the-sky:

    1. 12 gigs

    2. 20+ hour battery life

    3. Scratch resistent

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  • acearchie
    Apr 13, 03:55 PM
    I hope they brighten the interface a bit. I find it too dark. Also i hope some of the buttons become drop down buttons. It looks way more cluttered then FCP7.

    all the improvements i have seen are major approvements. Even though this is an early demo. bravo, apple.

    edit: or give us the advanced and regular version UI ;) all buttons that have shortcuts i dont see need for in the UI for an everyday user like me.

    Don't know if you have seen the hi-res screenshots but there seems to be a switch (like a light switch) next to the zoom tools in the bottom right that could toggle between two set colours maybe?

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  • centauratlas
    Mar 25, 12:51 PM
    Mine shows 593.0 for the iPad - original
    614.6MB for iPad 2
    666.0 for iPhone 4 (AT&T)

    Mine shows 650.2MB...hmmmm interesting

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    Apr 7, 03:20 PM
    Don't misunderstand me. I'm not saying we need religion to raise children, but we better have a moral code of some kind to replace it with.

    The overwhelming majority of humans are born with a built in 'code' already. It's something called 'empathy'.

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  • spritelyjim
    Mar 29, 10:14 AM
    Not sure about Voice Control... No matter how well it works, I will probably feel strange taking to a phone. And most of the time it's just easier to press a button than to say it.

    This might be in response to Google's voice thing though, which also recognizes "Plain English" and works with speech-to-text instead of typing. This might be something cool for writing text messages and stuff like that, as typing on the iPhone isn't the best.

    Actually, I've tried the Siri App, and the speaking part became pretty natural to me. But you could type stuff into it too. While it's currently very limited, the cool part was the contextualized searches and the potential that can have. Imagine a program that can access your calendar, notes, texts, Facebook, etc. through APIs and then be able to search for things accordingly. Like say you want to watch a certain movie tonight, it searches your calendar info to see where you're going to be tonight and finds the closest movie theater. Many other possibilities would make this awesome, perhaps especially in some good app developers' hands.

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  • Stridder44
    Nov 7, 08:25 AM
    It's only 6:30 am here on the west coast, so give it a couple of hours and we shall see. If not, then perhaps tomorrow.

    Sep 12, 03:33 PM
    EDIT: never mind I went back and actually read the thread and found what I was looking for.

    Mar 15, 01:57 PM
    Source please.

    Emotional appeals on their own mean nothing.

    Top 10 defense contractors employ over 1 million people. If you cut their federal contracts by 40%, how many people will they have to lay off, 40%? 30% 20%. Do the math. Defense cuts need to be slow and steady over many years so we can absorb these workers.

    The root of our problems is healthcare. We have to fix healthcare, get costs under control and stop placing this burden on our businesses. It is simply ludicrous that we rank so low in health statistics worldwide while spending SO much more than they do.

    Nov 8, 07:58 AM
    So has anyone placed an order yet - the stores been up for at least 10 minutes? Just waiting for the "waiting for my macbook thread".

    Sep 12, 05:09 PM
    Check Out The Way Video Art Flips By In The TV Shows Mode Of Your Library. Wow! This is so cool! :cool:

    Click on the right end VIEW up top next to the search field. Oh this is amazing.

    Sep 12, 05:22 PM
    Holy moley, you mean it starts downloading cover art without asking or letting you turn that off? I don't want cover art, and I sure as heck don't want to use up bandwidth on my connection for cover art downloads, much less send out reports on what I care to keep in my playlists.

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