16 Mayıs 2011 Pazartesi

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  • treyjustice
    Apr 17, 08:49 PM
    all my local BB's have NO ipad 2's simply reservations... they all told me to go to apple. which i went to and they had a few only 64gb verizon though.... they said they get daily shipments and to come in the morning

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  • Yankee617
    Apr 17, 06:13 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.

    Having more distribution points does not increased the supply; it just spreads it out more thinly, making it even harder to locate the few supplies that do exist.

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  • davelanger
    Mar 30, 01:06 PM
    I am in the same boat and don't know what to do....

    I am just going to wait, I know if I get an iphone 4 now then in 4-6 months the iphone 5 comes out I will be kicking myself. Its just like I couldnt wait a few months for the 3gs when I got the iphone 3g. I was kicking myself.

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  • Peace
    Sep 5, 09:24 AM
    Remember it's an Apple Media Event. It just means that Steve is going to intro the iPod Hi-Fi in all Black and tell us it sounds even better than before.

    Man I'm so sick of this crap..

    WHAT media event ??

    Anybody got a link to an ACTUAL invitation?


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  • Herdfan
    Apr 17, 12:01 PM
    Like the apple store?

    Lol, Joking....The Apple store, while certainly a "neat" place, has never been an all-around pleasant experience for me. The place is constantly packed to the brim with people


    While I like going to the Apple store, I don't think I will ever buy another computer there. I bought my MBP there because I needed to see the anti-glare screen beside the glossy screen.

    But for a while, it seemed like I was destined to be extremely wealthy because the ivisibility cloak I designed was working to a T. I was completely invisible to anyone who was able to sell me something.

    My next iMac will be bought online and shipped to me. Now if the would find a way to put you in a queue so you knew you would helped before the person that walked in the store 30 seconds ago, then maybe I would go back, but not until.

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  • iDutchman
    Oct 15, 08:15 AM
    On the last page of Part 12 I posted a setup that is located in my home office (mainly used by my wife). Different room.

    I decided to update my own office (kind of) with a brand spanking new iMac which is replacing my late 2009 Macbook Pro.

    Old Specs Macbook Pro 17":
    2.8 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo
    4GB RAM
    500GB + 80GB SSD ( took it out before selling)
    Nvidia 9400M + 9600M

    New Specs iMac:
    2.93Ghz i7
    8GB RAM
    1TB Hard Drive + (still want my 80GB SSD inside this baby, but difficult to do so!)
    ATI Radeon HD 5750 1GB

    So far, so good.

    The speakers are also still there, but these are not shown in the picture.

    This is an old/new comparison.

    Mind the quality, but my iPhone 4 broke (will be replaced) on me so I used an old iPhone first generation.

    I kept the iPad 64Gb Wifi.

    Feedback is always welcome. :D

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  • Edge100
    Nov 27, 01:20 PM
    I also think that whoever has the remaining rights to this material realise that its shelf-life is almost up. In 5-10 years time, the broad appeal of much of this material may have less relevance to the average consumer and its perceived market-value may be far less.

    That's not a comment on the merits of The Beatles' music; just my view based on many of the comments I read by what I am assuming are younger music listeners.

    I'm 43, many of these songs are ingrained into my memory from childhood, but the only Beatles albums I would possibly be interested in are maybe 2-4 remastered CDs; I'm not interested in downloads at all. But to be honest, I don't feel that by not currently owning them that my music collection is lacking at all.

    I disagree.

    There will be Beatles songs that are removed from the public conciousness in the way you describe, but there will be others that live on. Likewise, the image of the Beatles is long-lasting. I think the time will come that Apple (Corps) will not be able to think up new ways of presenting the music, or people will tire of new ways of hearing the music. In that respect, the revenue stream might dry up.

    But the image of the Beatles as the greatest pop/rock band, the music and social innovators, is enduring.

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  • Leoff
    Nov 27, 12:23 PM
    Sometime I wonder if people actually use the products they talk about here.

    The Rolling Stones have been in the iTunes music store for over a year. The currently have over 59 albums there and a new ep was released, I'm Free, just a couple of weeks ago.

    Frank Zappa was on iTunes last summer and has since been removed. It was basically the albums that RYKODisc had re-mastered and released. There appears to be something going on with the Zappa Family Trust and RYKODisc over the rights.

    Led Zepplin has never appeared on iTunes. However, Radio Head was on for a short time, but everyone who like Radio Head has already bought their one good album, The Bends.

    Strange. I could have sworn I'd heard the Rolling Stones weren't on iTunes yet. Personally I HATE them, that's why I never checked.

    Any other musicians not in the iTunes music store yet?

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  • Platform
    Jul 23, 06:15 AM
    This would be great, espessialy if the display would be of a more "reader pleasant" kind, like the new digital paper books from Sony & Co ;)

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  • enda1
    Aug 8, 01:29 PM
    Does anyone else find it strange/ridiculous that AirPort Express and Bluetooth come standard on every system except the high end Mac Pro?

    I do. But I'm sure someone will tell us that we are idiots for thinking so and why it is sooo obvious why they don't include them. My guess is they will use loads of acronyms ;)

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  • bmsamson
    Nov 7, 11:02 AM
    Slap a Core 2 Duo in it, bump it up to a 15 or 15.4 inch screen and watch it become Apples best selling notebook ever.


    NOOOOO. not unless they come out with a 12" model in this new line of yours. some of us want our laptops truly portable!

    impatiently waiting for my c2d macbook........

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  • DJMastaWes
    Aug 3, 02:20 PM
    MacBook Pro in black?

    What are those 4 blue dots represent in this picture? (http://greaterstuff.com/google/perspectivefixed.jpg)


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  • huntson
    Apr 13, 07:42 PM
    That's not how I understood what he said at all,he put "professional" in quotes because he was being sarcastic,to me he meant that if someone is worried about the fact that more people can now operate a software because it's simpler to use/more affordable then they must not be a real pro because a real pro wouldn't worry about such things,they know that they have the creativity and experience that sets them appart.

    But the ****ing public doesn't get this. Everyone loves Friday by Rebecca Black - explain that.

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  • pkagel
    Apr 17, 01:52 PM
    Toys R Us is where I bought my C-64 back in the day and I'm pretty sure I got my TI99-4/a there before that. I'd buy an iPad at Toys R Us, why the heck not.

    I guess you're too young to remember Children's Palace or the Sears Christmas catalog :) Used to be that's where you'd go to browse, play with, and buy your Atari 400 or Vic-20.

    Back to the present: hold on to your hat, this is going to blow you away, but Toys R Us already sells...the iPod Touch!!!!

    I don't know why you would expect them to not also sell its big brother, the hottest toy / gadget to be found? It's for kids, you know?

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  • morpheus256
    Sep 12, 02:05 PM
    Can we get the new ones with the school promotion?
    nope, i called the store, and they will not do the new nano's with the school discount, but aparently they will do the new videos :confused:
    seems kinda sly to unload the old nanos on poor students.

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  • eyvind
    Nov 8, 08:32 AM
    It would be really disappointing if they waited with this upgrade for mwsf 2007. I mean, what's new, apart from the very expected Core 2 Duo and the very slow upper hard drive option.

    No, I expected at least a different Intel graphical chipset and an upgrade to 1 GB RAM over the full line. Also, it's still $1099, not $999.

    Rather disappointing upgrade, Apple, whas this all you did in almost half a year of development?

    You're surprised that Apple didn't start designing graphics chips for Intel? :confused:

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  • dillacom
    Mar 25, 01:36 PM
    oddly enough my ipad 2 w/vzw 3G has stuck on 100% charge for 10 minutes, normally it is clicking away immediately after I unplug the power.

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  • chillywilly
    Sep 12, 02:44 PM
    Why can't I use the alternate views when I'm just playing the music off of my iPod? I never ever use the library because my iPod is always plugged in (and usually I just drag stuff from Finder into my iPod, cutting out the middleman of the Library). What a disappointment!
    It's still there. Just click the little triangle next to the connected iPod and you can see all of your songs, videos and everything (which is now broken up into categories.

    Mark album and get info... ;)
    re: gapless settings

    Thanks! I'm still going through all of the screens and options... a lot of cool new changes.

    I just found NIN "THE FRAGILE" album and tried that out and it's gapless, but if I select the album and look at the gapless setting, it's set to NO. But when it plays back, it works like it should.

    I'll have to play with the options on some of these albums to see how the setting affects the songs.

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  • SDub90
    Nov 23, 02:49 PM
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    I expected more in a shorter period of time to be honest.

    Edit: more specifically with the album sales

    Nov 27, 09:41 AM
    Money talks. &*^#*@!# walks. :)

    Sep 12, 05:05 PM
    Every iTunes update, I keep expecting to see this. Tags you can pile on, *in any order*.

    Example: I have a song by Joe Blow, a song by Suzy Suck, and a song where they collaborated.

    If I add an artist tag "Joe Blow, Suzy Suck", it's one tag. It's not Joe's tag, and Suzy's tag, and it's also not the same as "Suzy Suck, Joe Blow" ... though, to the user, it should be. A search for Suck and Blow should turn up any song that has both artists in the Artists tag[s].

    Especially important for Genre tags. Many tunes could be classified as several genres, but if I put Joe's tune down as "Blues Rock", it isn't "Blues" and it isn't "Rock".

    I would have suggested tags "like iPhoto's keywords", but I don't like iPhoto's implementation of them. I do like drag and drop tags, though. I guess iPhoto-style tagging would be more helpful than the current system.

    Mar 25, 12:42 PM
    yes, what's up with 666 MB... :(
    anyways, downloaded fast enough(1-2 min)... now updating.:)

    Dude, you must be like on Comcast-Crack Plan LOL

    Apr 17, 10:29 AM
    The board that oversees what the top 3 executives do at Apple knows more than you about production issues of MILLIONS of hi-tech devices.

    Anybody familiar with production and distribution issues knows that despite excellent planning there may be issues during production that cannot be forecast.

    Selling and shipping MILLIONS in a few weeks is a exactly fiasco for whom?
    There are a lot of haters on this site. And I mean a LOT.

    Plus there are a few people who have zero connection with reality. The type of people who ignore COGS, have no understanding of the economics of consumer electronics manufacturing and marketing, and disregard the basic laws of Newtonian physics. Basically, people who live in an effing dreamworld based on an totally domestic American worldview largely based on sci-fi movies and pop culture, with no real world experience as a contributor to a global economy.

    Mar 19, 12:37 PM
    Especially when iPods first hit the scene, price was a big issue for a lot of customers. Apple products have always been on the pricey side. So perhaps the popularity of the larger capacity iPods was impacted by the pricing structure, which impacted Apple's perception of the demand.

    It's getting kindof absurd seeing that hard drives keep getting bigger and cheaper. Would an iPod Touch really be that much thicker if it had 128 GB? And just how thick would (dare I say it) a 500 GB iPod Touch be? For the way I would use the device, I wouldn't mind a little extra thickness and weight.

    I suppose Apple needs to keep some features in their back pocket for future releases. What if the day comes they create the perfect iPod? What then? ; )

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