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  • Warbrain
    Nov 7, 08:28 AM
    Yet another Tuesday without an MB C2D. Good luck next Tuesday, waiters (people who wait not serve). :)

    I keep thinking of Dane Cook...dream it, you ****ing dreamers.

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  • nemaslov
    Nov 27, 11:13 AM
    Geez, this is a MONEY LOSER if there ever was one.
    I loved the beatles when I was 6.
    But, these days who's going to be buying these tracks!!!

    Steve must love the Beatles, because this is a gift.
    And will hardly be a profitable venture.

    Yes, the stereo effect on the early albums is hard on headphones.
    The drums ONLY in the Right ear.
    The Guitars ONLY in the Left...

    Beieve me, this will sell big time. Look what catalogue tracks have sold. Alot of old boomer stuff. As Morrissey said...Repackage repackage. But yes the remastered versions in both CD (and 5.1) and online versions will be really big. I mean U2 sells a ton of even their 20 year old music on itunes.

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  • pmz
    Apr 2, 11:18 AM
    3D BABY!

    HTC & LG, not to mention Nintendo...It's time Apple! No blu-ray, so Apple will be 3D Gods!

    HTC and LG have the factory space to try and compete, so they do.

    Nintendo makes products for 6 year old girls.

    Apple is not interested in what is today known as "3D" which is just two out of focus images hurting your eyes.

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  • deconai
    Aug 3, 12:06 PM
    People keep mentioning this.. does anyone have a link to the add that specifically challenges hackers?
    No, not a direct challenge. I'm sorry, I was using hyperbole to drive a point home. Apple's not obscure anymore. Even though they control a small portion of the total PC market, I'm seeing more Apple commercials on TV and online than I ever have. They're extremely high visibility now.

    And as for the hacker challenge, many believe that the new commercials present a "smug" image of Apple, and one of the commercials specifically touches on the nonexistence of Mac viruses. Now I realize that this is not exactly an open invitation to challenge the OSX 20-ton gorilla, but to some hackers, this does indeed make Apple a target.

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  • Allanf
    Mar 29, 03:03 AM
    i am sure that there will be NO new iphone 5 at the conference. but apple needs to show something new there, so as a "one more thing" they will introduce the new white iphone 4, and also another new model with 64 GB. There is a lot of work going on that could see the light of day by or at the WWDC such as new MobileMe especially considering Amazon's announcement today re streaming media. Throw in maybe something to do with Apple TV or a preview of new iPhone 5 capabilities such as NFC and it would be a pretty amazing meeting. An announcement of integrated iOS and OSX could be a blockbuster by itself if that comes to be.

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  • MrFrankly
    Aug 24, 01:34 PM
    the Apple battery exchange page I got before it went down. Including the serial numbers


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  • MacCoaster
    Oct 13, 11:17 PM
    Well, I like to listen to music on an MP3 player. Windows does not natively support MP3. I don't like product activation, as it means I have to call and reactivate when I change a bunch of hardware, which I'm likely to do enough for it to be a problem. I don't like paying for an OS with an insecure foundation. I don't like paying for an OS which with IE 'removed' still manages to pop up ads in ... IE. I don't like a dos cli, which has some UNIX commands, but ususally requires DOS commands.
    Uh. Windows does have the support. I can play MP3s in Windows Media Player. I can write programs using the API to play MP3s, WMA, ASF, whatever. Maybe you mean to encode? Sure, Microsoft didn't want to pay Fraunhofer for the license, since they have their own audio format that works just fine.

    Product activation. Just sends info on computer--no personal info. One click. No big deal. Microsoft is just protecting its profits losses. I've had my Athlon for a year, changed a lot, XP still runs fine and hasn't bitched.

    Windows is just as insecure as any desktop OS. I've seen many OS X security updates. Desktop OSes are worst for security if you don't know how to fully utilize the OS security components (i.e. NT Security Model, UNIX security model).

    If you want UNIX in Windows. Get cygwin.

    .net is an entirely closed initiative. JScript is JavaScript crippled for IE only. C# is (from what I've heard) bad C++. I have tried to avoid .net for many reasons. I enjoy open standards. I like learning languages which are more likely to succeed in the broadest audience. I hate the whole .dll structure. COM/ASP services I have built in the past refused to scale well.

    Outside of that, I see nothing wrong with .net, and some people will surely code for it, as long as its around.
    Very wrong. Microsoft has a shared-source (other name for open source) .NET VM, compiler, etc. for BSD called ROTOR. It's just as good as the commercial counterpart for Windows, which is free. Hell, ROTOR works on Windows if you want to have ROTOR on Windows. Besides, Mono is GPL'ed open source implementation of Microsoft.NET.

    JScript is not only for IE. It's used in scripting. JScript.NET isn't for IE anyways. It's a scripting language that can be compiled into .NET MSIL CLR.

    C# is a ECMA standard. Java isn't. It isn't bad C++. It isn't even C++. It's Microsoft's version of SUN's Java with quite some differences from Java. C# isn't Java per se, but very similar. C# is actually a very elegant language. It just works.

    Microsoft also encourages standards with XML Web Services. It's an open standard. There's a XML Web Service implementation for Java by SUN. It will play friendly with Microsoft.NET.

    COM/ASP scalability is just as bad as PHP scalability. Microsoft.NET solves this with ASP.NET which is far much more powerful and scalable.
    No what I'm saying is that Apple is a company that invest heavily in its industrial design, its UI development, etc. which gives it a high degree of style.
    No arguments there. Then again, Microsoft has too, especially with Microsoft.NET.

    The hardware of Apple's line, love it or hate it, is highly stylized. The OS has a lot more visual appeal, and more thoughful and intuitive layout. It's bloody UNIX my Granny sends me email from. Windows is available as delivered in Marshmellow or 98 Mode. It just looks bad...
    Opinionated. I don't care if its bloody UNIX your granny sends emails from, she still doesn't know and therefore doesn't take full advantage of UNIX. Marshmellow? 98 Mode? Microsoft has dumped 9x and moved on with NT/2k/XP.

    The ease of use argument is primarily focused opn productivity.

    In Windows, when you empty the trash, an alert/confirmation box appears. You can then change focus to another window, burying the alert box, and freezing the OS, so you have to drill down through all the windows you have open to answer this alert before continuing.
    Why not simply respond to the request of action immediately then move on. Since when would it freeze the OS? Never happened to me. You don't have to answer to continue. Windows NT/2k/XP uses protected memory, just like Mac OS X. In fact, Windows had it long before Mac OS X even came out the public.
    Little annoying counter-intuitive time wasters abound.
    Well... I haven't come across anything counter-intuitive or time wasting in XP. It's all opinonated.
    I have both, I use both, I code on both, and I just feel from experience that the Mac is a better environment to code on. As I said, I'm not rendering, so the raw speed advantages of x86 are lost to the clunkiness of the UI.
    Mac is better vs. PC again. Remember. PC isn't Windows. Besides, the faster speed can help by increasing productivity by making things seem extremely responsive.
    My main machine is a DP867 with 2GB of RAM and a ATA133 RAID.

    It is as responsive it can be.
    Wow, you need that much to be productive under Mac OS X? Jeez.

    Well, I run a Dual PIII 500 Server/occasional workstation with 1GB of PC100 Registered ECC Micron RAM, all name brand, unaltered stuff. It also runs only heavily tested commercial apps (no kazaa like crap).

    It has a BSOD often enough to cause hair loss. Also, it has very destructive BSODs, meaning I get to use my 4 Win2k boot floppies...that's 3 hours of lost time.
    Then you're doing something wrong. Try out Windows XP. Very destructive BSODs, like what? I've only had one about win32k.sys, but that was a memory corruption issue that I quickly solved. Windows XP is absolutely STABLE here.

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  • Gatesbasher
    Apr 13, 03:51 PM
    But...but...but...this is only "iMovie Pro"! Apple's dumbing it down! No "professional" would spit on this if it was on fire! A buncha internet blowhards said so, so it must be true!

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  • ciTiger
    May 5, 04:58 AM
    This is great news unless it's automatic patches which mess up the jailbreak...

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  • coder12
    May 4, 10:39 PM
    If it were glasses-less 3d... wouldn't it need a retina display at 240hz? 120fps for each eye? Someone please correct me if I'm wrong!

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  • zephead
    Oct 15, 05:52 PM
    I actually like the idea of wireless communication on iPods. They could do it exactly like "sharing"in iTunes. Imagine you sitting somewhere in the underground or bus, taking out your iPod, checking "other iPods" on the main menu, browsing through the playlist and thinking: "hey, this guy/girl has a good music taste". You could see what she/he's listening to ("now playing") and listen to it. And if you see the other person rocking his head to the same song you're hearing, you know it's the right one. And if this person happens to share it's profile (contact information), you can get the phone number etc...
    That sounds like it makes more sense than Zuneing a song. Instead of somebody asking "do you want to listen to this song" and maybe the person is annoyingly persistent about you listening to it to the point where you want to clock him one for not leaving you alone, the person can look on another person's iPod himself if he so desires and if the other guy has sharing on. If Apple makes iPod sharing exactly the same as iTunes sharing, and figures out a way to keep the battery life up, then that's what people would want to get.

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  • TheGraphicMac
    Apr 2, 09:54 AM
    Next week's front page story: "Sony guy loses job after Steve Jobs rips Sony CEO a new @ss for leak."

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  • macidiot
    Aug 3, 05:10 AM
    Is this just the only for the Macbook, or is the macbook pro also affected?

    Seems like the pro would be affected too. But I have no idea why you would want to use a SECOND wireless card on a pro. The one built-in seems like it would be enough. :rolleyes:

    In other words, this attention-craving hacker decided to use a Mac to demonstrate an exploit that is far more threatening to a PC. The chances of a Macbook user a) buying a 3rd party wireless card and b) hooking it up to a Macbook are slim and none.

    Now if this exploit was demonstrated using the internal wireless, it would be a whole different level of seriousness.

    And don't even get me started on wifi security... :D

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  • RichP
    Oct 15, 03:59 PM
    Steve is smooth, and he gets the point.

    There is nothing more to ruin the moment, whether it be with a pretty girl, or with someone you are having a friendly convesation with, than to start fumbling with MENUS. The spontanity is lost once 2 people need to remove their Zunes from their pockets, go through a few menus, and then send a song over wireless. THEN listen to it. ALONE.

    Wireless will come on iPod when its good and ready. It isnt right now.

    motulist: you are right on cue. You just described what will be the real Zune experience.

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  • Philgr
    Sep 4, 10:06 AM
    Whats a guess on price for a fully loaded 23' Imac ?

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  • innominato5090
    Oct 25, 03:57 AM
    bought a new desk @ikea
    what's in the pic:
    MBA 2,1 w/SSD (although I'm considering a switch with a MBP)
    Apple Cinema display 20" (bought this summer from a UK seller on ebay, works like a charm)
    LaCie USB speakers
    Magic Mouse + Magic Trackpad + Apple BT Keyboard (I'm left handed, so it's a pleasure to have the MT on the left and the MM on the right :D)
    iPhone 4 + gelaskin & bumper
    Griffin simplifi dock

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  • MacSA
    Nov 7, 09:24 AM
    Whats the betting, when the update comes, it will still have a Combo Drive in the �749 model !!!!

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  • kasei
    Sep 12, 03:19 PM
    Did the Apple engineers forget to add a music video icon on the left side of iTunes 7? Everthing else is there except music video.

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  • ZAiPhone
    May 5, 10:49 AM
    Damn I'm glad I bought a iPad2. I prefer 2D I even will drive a long ways to see a 3D movie when offered in 2D.

    Jul 22, 11:37 PM
    Oh, I could sooooo say something here, but it would probably be considered a racist flame-bait, so I'll just steer clear of it.

    But I would say that it won't be me needing that particular feature...

    *mumbles something to self about this being an English-speaking country and runs out of the thread*
    You probably would. I think Spanish is the world's 2nd-most spoken language. Well, don't know about Chinese... Besides, you are being America-centric here, there are markets outside the US, you know, like Spain. Reference works like Dictionaries and Thesauruses will probably be bestsellers for such a device. If I go somewhere, I could load it with a dictionary for the national language for the country, say English-Spanish. My Spanish is not good, so if it could pronounce it for me, all the better. And I know of English speakers who can't read or spell very well either. My brother's dyslexic, and yet also a programmer. The Spanish were the first to discover and explore America, you know (though 500 years after the Vikings). In Canada they're split between English and French. They're like Americans without the attitude or penchant for invading other countries.

    May 5, 10:51 AM
    They just capped us home and business owners (DSL and Fiber)... :eek:

    I would imagine that wireless will follow. AT&T and Verizon will have to honor contracts for the time being. But when the contract is over... :eek:

    I don't know if they "legally" are required to, but even when your two year contract is up they don't change it to one of their "new plans"

    They will allow you to be grandfathered in as long as you wish, and as long as you continue to pay your monthly bill. Even when you extend a new 2 year contract and buy a new phone, you are agreeing to keep the service for 2 years, but they will allow you to stay on your original plan. That's how we are allowed to have unlimited data and iPhone 4's.

    Aug 8, 01:29 PM
    I just received my Mac Pro and started opening it up to see how it was put together. I wanted to know what parts Apple used. A Sony super drive and a Seagate SATA hard drive. I am adding pictures as I take them. More than what I posted before.


    Nov 27, 09:47 AM
    You can do that now. Put in a CD and deselect the check mark to the left for any song you don't want ripped. I do it all the time.

    Thanks, I'll try that. I've always had to hit the "burn" button and then select or deselect the songs AFTER the disk was ripped. Of course, I often don't know which song has the scratch until I've tried to rip the whole disk, but at least I'll be able to save the rest of the songs.

    Aug 24, 05:17 PM
    I finally got through again.

    First time, it came back and said both the computer and battery were ineligible. After checking the Pbook's serial number again, I realized I had a digit wrong. Fixed that, and it came through and asked for my address. I then got a confirmation page, and got an email a few minutes later. So keep trying.

    For the record:
    15 in. Powerbook G4 purchased in June 2005
    Battery serial number started with: 3K521

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