16 Mayıs 2011 Pazartesi

paris city of lights

paris city of lights. City of Lights Ring - Size
  • City of Lights Ring - Size

  • Max on Macs
    Jul 22, 09:27 PM
    Well if they make it so you can zoom in or choose your text size then that'd be awesome. Otherwise, for those of us who are visually impaired, it's a load of shite.

    paris city of lights. Paris. City of lights, city of
  • Paris. City of lights, city of

  • LarryC
    Mar 22, 01:26 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    That is a good one. Very cool.

    paris city of lights. Paris City Of Lights.
  • Paris City Of Lights.

  • sphereboy
    Sep 12, 03:41 PM
    Here are my thoughts ( if anyone cares ):

    The left column icons are really bad.
    The type headers are too big.
    The spacing is horrendous.

    Missing Equalizer button.
    Missing Visualizer button.

    Coverflow was cool as it was a stand alone app. But to just squeeze the exisitng app into itunes is just plain lazy. Doesn't seem like much thought went into that one.

    Ipod updates are cool.
    The Search is back to how it was. No more tabs up on top? Not searching for videos?

    What if i want to collapse the Store section on the Left Column? I can't. Stupid UI.

    To be honest, i think all this Apple attention is hurting their creativity. The buttons look like the first version of iTunes for the PC.

    Hopefully this is that bad version, and they will correct it. I will be sending these comments to Apple Feedback as well.


    Update: Oh and i forgot!... the Dock Icon. FUGLY!

    paris city of lights. The City is Paris, France,
  • The City is Paris, France,

  • mrsir2009
    May 5, 01:44 PM
    My god, 3D is so overrated! Its not that good!

    paris city of lights. Paris,”The City of Light”
  • Paris,”The City of Light”

  • Dreamer2go
    May 5, 12:58 AM
    Unless this is it:


    or else.....
    I DISLIKE the Avatarish 3D
    I hate wearing glasses to movie cinemas.......

    why do these tech people always mess up the word 3D???

    Long before, they called graphics of Warcraft III "3D"........ then now... 3D = things that pops out.........

    paris city of lights. Paris, the world renowned city
  • Paris, the world renowned city

  • Warbrain
    Nov 6, 11:53 PM
    My prediction: Apple will eventually come out with a 10.6" widescreen "MacBook mini". I think it'll more like 3 lbs, not 2 lbs, though, since that Sony laptop does not have an optical drive. I hope Apple doesn't do away with the optical drive (and I don't think they will), since I think that being a portable DVD player is really a core function of laptops at this point, at least a multimedia and consumer centered laptop (which a MacBook mini would be).

    I've seen the Fujitsu 10.6" LifeBook laptops with built-in optical drive and they are sweeeeeeeeeeeet!:


    One thing about the Fujitsu computers though - they are *expensive* (about $2000). Since Apple is one of the best companies in the world at making very compact products, maybe they can release a game-changing computer in this category. I mean, what if Apple were to basically release the MacBook, just with a smaller screen - and for about the same price as the MacBook!! Apple would have a monster hit on its hands, IMHO. It would be extremely popular with a lot of customers, but especially with students that are already carrying already heavy books, etc. in their bookbags, and would love a lighter, more compact computer...

    I just don't see that happening, even if they have an optical drive in it. Apple is content with the portable line as it is, and the MacBook is pretty compact already. Plus, I don't see Apple using a smaller widescreen than 13.3".

    paris city of lights. Paris, #39;the city of lights#39;,
  • Paris, #39;the city of lights#39;,

  • lowbatteries
    Apr 14, 11:06 AM
    Sad part is, as adoption increases...so will viruses/malware/trojans/etc.

    Best analogy Ive heard is:

    Windows 7 is a house with bars on the windows, and industrial locks on the doors...in Baltimore.

    OSX is a house with no locks, in the middle of nowhere.

    The security-through-obscurity myth of OS X has long been debunked. Do you know what the most used computer OS in the world is? Linux. And there are very, very few viruses for linux.

    The rampant virus ecosystem is a flaw in Windows, not an inherent fact of all operating systems.

    Macs have a decent market share and a very large mindshare, but yet are still virus free (though there have been a couple trojans that fizzled out).

    paris city of lights. Paris City Lights At Night.
  • Paris City Lights At Night.

  • MrZebra
    Mar 12, 06:10 AM
    Austrian Store is down as well.

    Take note, that Austria is NOT among those countries (US, UK, Germany,...) who are supposed to get iPad's in April.

    Intersting observation :)

    paris city of lights. Gourmet#39;s Paris City Guide
  • Gourmet#39;s Paris City Guide

  • joeboy_45101
    Aug 3, 05:07 PM
    What are these????

    paris city of lights. the city of lights a movie
  • the city of lights a movie

  • lilo777
    Apr 2, 01:12 AM
    more MP's ≠ better photos.

    Yes, and that's why Apple is going to increase MPs from 5 to 8 but, obviously, it's "not about the specs".

    paris city of lights. The tropical City of Lights,
  • The tropical City of Lights,

  • iGary
    Aug 24, 12:11 PM
    Apple's having a bad day.

    Creative and now this.

    paris city of lights. Paris City Breaks
  • Paris City Breaks

  • WeegieMac
    Mar 29, 06:30 AM
    It'll be $129 � the same as ALL of the past upgrades except for Snow Leopard which was Leopard but just a slimmed-down, rewriting of the OS. Apple felt that without a lot of core new features being added, they would give the public a break and just charge a nominal fee for Snow Leopard, rather than the typical $129.

    Don't listen to anyone who says differently. It will be $129.

    It'll be cheaper if bought via the Mac App Store, just like Aperture is cheaper than the off the shelf, boxed version when bought via the Mac App Store.

    paris city of lights. I#39;ll take the quot;City of Lightquot;
  • I#39;ll take the quot;City of Lightquot;

  • Keebler
    Jul 23, 09:45 AM
    If it's going to have a huge screen why not make it have a satellite based navigation system too. That would be handy...

    As for the reader, sounds cool to me! :)

    this is a great point and something that would totally enhance the ipod line.

    here's why:
    1. points of reference - my garmn gps has PORs for anywhere i go...picture it: gas stations, restaurants, historical landmarks etc.. i believe it even has cinemas too. think of walking around as a tourist after dloading the map to a new city and know exactly where you are going.

    2. memory - maps don't take a lot of memory. my garmin only has 64 or 128 MBs...so, a few songs worth, of maps. and i have ALOT of territory on it. in fact, about 18 driving hours worth, including fully maps of major cities.

    3. ipods are already integrated into vehicles and personal gps' are growing huge in popularity. combine this with an impatient society wanting everything in 1 gadget :)

    of course, i'm sure the electronic side of things in terms of connecting to sats etc.. might cause issues, but it's an interesting thought at least.

    paris city of lights. city, Eiffel Tower, lights
  • city, Eiffel Tower, lights

  • VirtualRain
    Mar 3, 05:13 PM
    Paddling up the Seymour River...

    paris city of lights. Paris, City of Love and
  • Paris, City of Love and

  • rhinosrcool
    Mar 12, 01:51 AM
    Interesting.... and what is your prediction for International (Int) since we won't get the iPad before the end of April ? I also believed that once, but with different date for the iPad release (US vs Int) and knowing that about 50% of the sales are Int, I'm not sure about that anymore. End of April will be a shame for Apple... Friends around me already have there i7 laptop... but of course, they had to pay the ultimate price... being on Windows :eek:

    May, at the earliest; June ?

    paris city of lights. Paris, city of lights and
  • Paris, city of lights and

  • DakotaGuy
    Mar 28, 09:33 PM
    You do go back a few years!!

    Wasn't Tandy sort of a big name in computers back in the 80's? It seems like when I was little quite a few people had Tandy computers from RS.

    paris city of lights. Paris The City of Lights by
  • Paris The City of Lights by

  • Chip NoVaMac
    Mar 28, 07:36 PM
    This is America, and that person DOES NOT NEED TO JUSTIFY HERSELF TO YOU! If that V10 Excursion ever gets in an accident with your "95+ MPG" car, it will illustrate one very good reason to drive an Excursion, and you will not survive. Even with a five star crash rating, these newer lighter cars are death traps when fitted against large SUVs, these crash ratings do not take into account the advantage created by additional weight. Also, if your considering CO2 as "pollution", are you aware of the fact that only 0.28% of all greenhouse gasses are from human activity ? Not 28%, but 0.28%, the rest is mainly water vapor. With all of the resources that the world is throwing at reducing CO2 emissions we could actually do something useful instead like end world hunger. What we are doing to reduce CO2 is kind of like pissing into the ocean to warm it up, maybe it makes you better but it will not work. Enjoy that "95MPG" golf cart you drive.

    Everything has to start some where. I was nearly t-boned by a SUV today that thought they were better than the rest of us... they were running very much running a red light. Get your head out of the sand as to the new world order...

    Here in America bigger does not mean better in the end...

    paris city of lights. Paris, The City of Lights
  • Paris, The City of Lights

  • emotion
    Nov 8, 08:55 AM
    Someday, I hope, Apple will release another 12" laptop- prefereably an MBP. I don't think I will buy another computer until then- I love my 1.33 12" PB!

    I hear ya. I'm using the same machine and want a replacement. That replacement machine doesn't exist (yet).

    Apple has access to all those lovely ULV C2Ds for a start. They would make an excellent basis for a sleek new Macbook Nano for example.

    paris city of lights. Paris City of Lights
  • Paris City of Lights

  • alent1234
    Mar 25, 01:17 PM
    Mine shows 650.2MB...hmmmm interesting

    different files for every piece of hardware, fragmentation

    Chip NoVaMac
    Mar 28, 08:14 PM
    Apple also doesn't have to sell their products in every store. I am sure Apple could say that they couldn't do that if they want to continue selling the iPad 2. I'd be very surprised if Apple knew about this and allowed it.

    My guess is that since managers are pressuring the sales staff to sell the add-ons so hard, that they are just saying its required.

    Working in a retail shop (photo goods); I can say that margins on hard goods is so razor thin, requiring ad-ons makes sense. It also keeps scalpers away for the likes of the iPad 2.

    Mar 28, 09:04 PM
    I would rather Apple do iPhone5 right then be pressured to release it at the typical release cycle.

    Give me 4" screen, NFC, dual core A9 and a gig of ram. LTE is not a huge deal since it will probably not be deployed widespread.

    Aug 8, 12:51 PM
    I don't see how adjusting the UI at the last minute could be any sort of OK. Do you really want developers using the Tiger finder for the next 7 months, and then all of the sudden Apple goes BAM (Emeril Style) and puts in a brand new finder.

    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).

    I want those developers to be able to integrate the finder with their apps. If all Apple is doing is adjusting some colors or icons or something, then we shouldn't be excited about the new finder in the first place. But if Apple is going to do some major revamping, shame on them for keeping it a secret.

    People need time to work with it and find all the kinks, especially if it is dramatically different from Tiger

    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.

    Aug 24, 03:28 PM
    I think every laptop ever made has battery issues. I'm about to get my third for my Rev. B 12" PowerBook if neither of my old ones is covered under this recall.

    Your 3rd?? So do you have 3 year applecare warranty? Or did that all happen within 1 year?

    Dollar Bin
    Sep 12, 04:31 PM
    Shoot, they took away the ability to "Upload checked episodes" for podcasts. If I listen to half an episode and then plug my iPod in, it will sync that podcast off my pod, even if I wanted to listen to the second half later. I have to go back to the podcast directory and "Mark as Unplayed" the podcast to get it back.


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