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  • X2468
    Mar 29, 09:27 PM
    BS. 3G was fully matured at the time of release of the first Iphone. It had been commercially adopted for over 5 years at that point in time.
    Finally the truth. I know because I've been using 3G phones since the first day AT&T rolled them out. Call quality was immediately improved as was data transfer speeds. The various phones sold in those years all demonstrated the distinct advantage.

    Apple and their biased partners in the blogosphere are the masters of spin.

    Don't get me wrong I'm a huge Apple enthusiast, but I'm a bigger supporter of the truth.

    Hopefully when the day arrives that Jobs moves on, integrity, ethics and truth will be allowed back into the organization.

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  • nathjking
    Nov 7, 09:30 AM
    Hi There,

    I ordered a Macbook on the 18th October through mac universe with a hard disk upgrade to 80gb and ram to 1gb. I have called daily ever since and have been constanty told that there is a component shortage and is in constraint.... :( Umm...I've been given the option to cancel but i daren't because i've got a sneaky feeling they might be sneeking a 2 core baddy in it... anyone having a similar experience out there?:D

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  • f00f
    Mar 25, 01:05 PM
    I'm hoping the FaceTime bugs are addressed. On the iPhone 4 and iPad 2, I get the cached image or black screen instead of live camera. A restart fixes it in case you experience it.

    I've had this happen since I believe the first set of 4.3 betas. And it's not just FT but anything that uses the camera (even my flashlight app would fail to turn on the light). As you stated, a reboot is the workaround.

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  • utgerger
    Jan 11, 12:34 PM
    Actually all kidding aside..

    MacBook Light.Or MacBook Lite.;)

    i'm impressed my friend.. ;)

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  • Robtastic
    Aug 8, 02:56 AM
    Although some will argue this, I think the exclusion of the remote on the Mac Pro is because it will be on the new displays that will most likely come out in January... I would also expect the new displays to have iSight's built in... clearly this is something Apple is heavily pushing and I think you'll see this across the line... I can't see Apple updating the actual iSight (note in the Keynote he said the new version in Leopard will support MANY new kinds of cameras)... I think you'll see Apple leave the 'external' camera options to third party developers or simply just encourage people without Sights to use FW camcorders... besides, what good would an IR receiver be on the tower for those who put it on the floor...

    Overall, the Pro's are amazing (except will need to wait for PS CS3) and the Leopard demo was, at points, jaw dropping... I second one of the previous posters at awesome MacWorld is going to be in January... it will be quite a show...

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  • goosnarrggh
    Nov 7, 09:08 AM
    hmm... but shouldn't they wait until 802.11n becomes more than just a draft of a format?
    Other products, including a few from Apple, are using draft-n hardware already.

    Maybe they won't be 100% compliant, but unless something earth shattering happens before 802.11n is finalized, I'd expect that many draft-n products could be made compatible with equipment using the the final standard, with little more than a firmware change.

    And wasn't 802.11g still in the draft stage when it was introduced in the AirPort Extreme? (Extreme was introduced on January 7, but 802.11g was not ratified until June 2003.)

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  • xfiftyfour
    Mar 22, 12:43 PM
    What the hell kind of relationship do you people have with your spouses?? I mean, seriously??! You need their explicit PERMISSION to buy something you want, with your money, and it gets to their point of people BEGGING their wives to let them buy something, only to be turned down?!
    In red is your problem. In marriage you're a unit; there is no "your" money or "my" money.. it's "our" money. If there are things more important to the unit than an iPad (I can think of many, many possibilities), then you're contorting the wife's stance unfairly.

    And, just for the record, for the women/wife bashing that's happened in the thread I'd like to point out that it can go both ways. I'm a wife and we were standing in line on launch day for ME.. my husband would never have blessed the purchase if it came from joint funds. This is the beauty of separate "fun" accounts. An allowance per se for each of us, free from the negotiations that happen from joint accounts (and to anyone that argues that it's ridiculous that big purchases from joint money have to be discussed is going to be in for a rude awakening come marriage, IMO). More couples should have 'em.

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  • carlgo
    Apr 13, 10:05 AM
    I love the Hecho en China threads!

    Every time, posters come out to support China and insult the US. They all use the same talking points:

    US workers are lazy
    Unions are evil
    Regulations against pollution, etc are burdensome
    An iPhone would cost $1000 or even more!
    Taxes on rich people/corporations are too high.

    Hmmm.....sponsored by our right wing, or by Foxcon?

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  • iDutchman
    Oct 16, 04:31 PM
    Where did you buy that buddha head ?

    It's still there. It's just not shown in the picture.

    The iPhone first gen hasn't got a very good camera so I could not get it all on the pic.

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  • PCtoMAC?
    Oct 1, 10:39 AM
    There is also a mode that Bungie created called "Gruntpocalypse" where it is nothing but waves and waves of Grunts, with the "Grunt Birthday Party" skull turned on. It sounds very basic, but killing hundreds of Grunts, the confetti popping out of their heads, and hearing the kids cheer YAAAAYY every time you headshot them just never gets old. :D

    Gotta check this mode out, sounds like fun. I asked this before but its been awhile, has anyone beat it on legendary yet? I am going to go through it anyway but i was just wondering.

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  • fynwine350z
    Mar 12, 09:32 AM
    ...they had to bring the store down worldwide?
    Sometimes I wonder what Apple hires those smart people for, if it's just the morons running their daily business.

    Have you ever been involved in the deployment of a multi-million dollar online store?

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  • shartypants
    Apr 14, 11:37 AM
    I do keep seeing more and more Macs at coffee shops and the Apple Store seems to be more and more crowded all the time. I just hope Apple doesn't get too dominate, I don't want to have to use virus protection.

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  • hirenj
    Sep 12, 04:20 PM
    Shared libraries don't do the coverflow thing I'm pretty sure. It sorta makes sense, as itunes would have to absolutely hammer the server when it's retrieving all the artwork for a particular shared library.

    The artwork which gets sent over with songs are actually embedded within the mp3/aac/ale files, meaning that on connection with the shared library you'd have to essentially start streaming every single song in the library to retrieve all the artwork.

    I was sort of hoping the apple engineers would have come up with a daap workaround for this. Oh well :(

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  • danvdr
    Nov 7, 07:47 PM
    I guess i was wrong with said niche markets.
    what i mean is that as they expand their market share, they'll need to expand their product line, in order to entice customers toward their products. basically, if they have a product for every corner of their market, they'll likely increase their market share.

    Good point.

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  • vand0576
    Aug 24, 12:56 PM
    This is the correct one:


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  • Jimmy James
    Apr 2, 03:49 PM
    So much misinformation in this thread and very few accurate replies.

    More megapixels is better than fewer, because:

    1. You can make larger prints
    2. You can crop tighter


    There are limitations with the lens and sensor. Putting more MP on the same sized sensor creates higher pixel density. We are at a saturation point with the current 5MP sensor where adding pixels will add substantial noise and degrade the image quality. 8 MP on the current sensor is a downgrade. At best, coupled with in-camera processing algorithms to deal with the noise, it's a lateral move. At best.

    You can't simply stick in a bigger sensor, either. You are limited by the focal length, which is dictated by the thickness of the device. There is no magic way around this. Here's a lesson:


    I won't even get into the lens.

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  • james100
    Oct 29, 01:36 AM
    In case this of use to anyone, I have a week 23 2.0Ghz macbook which was demonstrating no random shutdowns or any other problems prior to the 1.1 update. After the update, my system idle temperature has dropped by about 10 degrees C, from ~50-52 degrees to ~40-44. Nothing has appeared to have broken and temperatures under max load remain unchanged at around 73-76 degrees.

    An interesting change appears after the machine has run at full load. The fans now run until the CPU temp has scaled back to the low 40s, whereas before the update they stopped running at full tilt once the CPU temp had reached around 50 degrees.

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  • steadysignal
    May 5, 10:16 AM
    It'll be over wifi. :rolleyes:

    of course.

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  • the.snitch
    Jul 24, 01:08 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.

    First Off, that's sony's Attempt?? Talk about a stupid design for an ebook reader. Whats all that keyboard/bezel/page margin doing apart from wasting space? Compare the enormous size of the device vs the actual size used to display the book:

    Remember folks, its supposed to be an ebook reader. We dont need any of that other crap thats on the Sony device, just a huge screen and small bezel to be able to see the document effectively.
    Now i dont know too much about industrial design, but apparantly neither does Sony. Apple could do so much better than this.

    Mar 28, 11:56 AM
    All the stores (Walmart,Target, Best Buy) in Minot ND have Good stock of iPad 2's 3+ of each model in most cases and it has been that way for a week or 2 now.

    Aug 24, 01:20 PM
    My 12" PB falls withing the 3K range (3K514) and wont validate.

    The whole number is 3K5148QGR....

    I wonder if the 8 makes a difference?


    Mar 28, 10:46 PM
    what a shame that a company wants to get their products in the hands of the common folk. How dare they try to sell to anyone but the self-appointed elitist crowd?


    Nov 9, 01:16 PM
    It's on Apple. It's about the $$$. They want to sell you video, and not have you watching it for free on some other site.

    (And it could also be part of the original plan with AT&T, whose network really couldn't handle all that video traffic at the start, and probably still can't.

    And QT will never be the video standard, because it allows you to save the content. Flash-video sites don't want you saving the video content.

    First, you are kinda contradicting yourself there. On one hand they want everyone to use the QT video standard, which allows you to save videos. But on the other hand they don't want you getting video for free from anyone else?

    Second, sure apple wants to sell you video... they are in business to make money. But is that really why they aren't allowing Flash yet? And if so why are there a multitude of apps in the app store that distribute video. (Joost, MLB, EyeTV, SlingBox...) Apple makes no money from the video in those apps, just from the initial sale of the app, and only then if it isn't a free app.

    Time Clock
    Nov 23, 11:52 PM
    I thought I had heard it all!

    Are you seriously comparing Bach to the Beatles?

    There are hundreds of doctoral dissertations about Bach and his music. There are people studying his typography....etc. For example, there is a study about the color of the ink he used at the beginning of his Leipzig period. They found a relationship of patterns of writing and the color of the ink according to his age. That's is one of the thousands ways they have tried to find out the date of a single piece. There a lot people who devote their lives to perform or/and study his music.

    Have they done that for the Beatles?
    I am going to take you as my example form now on. I am going to tell my friends there is someone who compares Bach to the Beatles.

    You don't know how people will look at The Beatles in the next 100, 200, 300 years. In fact, from what I remember from a music class that I was in, Handel was looked upon as the superior composer during the Baroque period. It wasn't until sometime after his death, that Bach was reexamined. I would argue that the Beatles have had, relatively speaking, as much of an impact as Bach. The Beatles still influence today's music.

    I don't understand how people can dismiss The Beatles so easily. Were they the most talented musicians? No. But as a group, they constructed a body of work that is, in my opinion, unparalleled.

    So, there- I'm another person that just compared The Beatles to Bach;)

    And The Beatles weren't pop. They were what was formally known as Rock and Roll:D

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