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  • starflyer
    Mar 29, 10:46 AM
    Except for the fact that Apple is not about to release an iPad 3 this year. They have absolutely no reason to.

    Except to get in on the September iPod refresh timeframe. Read this. (http://daringfireball.net/2011/02/the_next_six_months)

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  • whooleytoo
    Oct 24, 02:45 PM
    Yep, the game has some datapads in all of the various levels. Much like the Terminals in Halo 3, and the Audio Logs in ODST, these are sort of hidden. They all tell a different bit of side story, or back story. Not really required, per se, but they do give some good info if you do hunt them down.

    Thanks. I think I saw one, but obviously didn't stand close enough to be prompted to read it. Pity, as I think things like this - and the Terminals in Halo 3 - do add a lot of depth/backstory to the game. I'm just not sure if I want to go back to the start in Legendary to find them all - I'm not sure how I got past some levels the first time! ;)

    She sealed herself off because of the Covenant attack on Sword Base, to try and keep herself and her research safe. At least, that is what I took of it.

    That might be it. Strange that they don't really explain that in the game.

    Yep, both Halo 1 & 2 work just fine on the 360. They have turned off the old Xbox Live servers, so obviously you won't be able to play Halo 2 online, but the campaigns from both games will work fine.

    Halo Wars >> Reach >> Halo 1 >> Halo 2 >> ODST >> Halo 3

    Cheers - I'd forgotten about Halo Wars; I haven't played that. Does that include the 'first contact' between humans & Covenant?

    I also read up a little of the Halo storyline on the wikis, and - while it's possible that they simply skim the surface of it - the rest of the storyline not shown in the games does seem a bit weak and superficial to me. Which is strange, as Bungie storyline/characters are typically nice and enigmatic! ;)

    Also I read that Reach may not be the last Halo game. Is the world visible at the end of the Halo 3 cinematics a hint to another game, or just 'keeping their options open'?

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  • digitalbiker
    Aug 24, 05:01 PM
    I *knew* there was a reason I bought the 17".... :p

    I wonder why it doesn't include the 17". I purchased the latest model G4 17" PB and I am sure it uses the same type of Sony batteries. It's just that the 17" runs a little cooler because there is more room and surface area to disipate the heat.

    I hope this isn't just a money saving issue on Apple's part and that the 17" PB batteries aren't defective also.

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  • Chef Medeski
    Sep 6, 09:53 AM
    Yeah, you keep drinking that Kool-aid buddy. :p ;) :D

    Don't get me wrong, I think the new iMac is awesome. I currently use a G4 iMac myself. I'm just making a case for the Conroe minitower, that's all. ;) :cool:
    No I completely understand. I think it would be a good idea. I just don't see it happening from an Apple point of view.

    Love that Kool-aid.....:p

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  • cheesymogul
    May 6, 01:19 AM
    LOL! This is just a Hollywood studio's desperate wet dream.
    They are realizing that 3D is turning into a fad instead of the money cow they were expecting. With a few exceptions the studios are losing a lot of money with 3D and now hope Apple will turn their turd into gold...

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  • str1f3
    Nov 11, 09:48 PM
    The developer behind the Facebook app says he's quit the project because off App Store policies. To TechCrunch he said:

    "My decision to stop iPhone development has had everything to do with Apple�s policies. I respect their right to manage their platform however they want, however I am philosophically opposed to the existence of their review process. I am very concerned that they are setting a horrible precedent for other software platforms, and soon gatekeepers will start infesting the lives of every software developer.

    The web is still unrestricted and free, and so I am returning to my roots as a web developer. In the long term, I would like to be able to say that I helped to make the web the best mobile platform available, rather than being part of the transition to a world where every developer must go through a middleman to get their software in the hands of users.�

    The Facebook app is one of the most downloaded apps and is well-respected. Apple cannot afford to lose really good developers because of their lousy policies. This is going to have to cahnge because clearly there is something wrong here.

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  • suss2it
    Nov 23, 07:30 PM
    This just proves how idiotic humanity is. These songs have been available in multiple formats for over 40 years, but only now, since they are offered in a lossy digital file, do people buy them.Considering that the Beetles were the 2nd highest selling musical act of the last decade people were still buying the physical CDs.

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  • KeithJenner
    Nov 25, 10:51 AM
    They force you to make backups instead of being able to go on your account and download everything you bought if you need to again. (That is increased cost on my side, because I have to buy more hardware to do it and need to not only store it but store it again as backup.)

    I sympathise with lots of your points, but this one doesn't necessarily stand up.

    Cost of an external hard disk to back up my entire music library (if I had bought it all from iTunes): Approx �40

    Cost of shelving to hold all my CD's: Approx �200

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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 17, 02:22 AM
    My mom got her iphone last year. She loves it so much she's been totally into apple stuff (bought herself an ipod touch when it came out - don't ask me when she already has an iphone - and even bought me the new nano).

    She says she's probably going to buy a Mac next time (and she used to snub the mac when I was a kid).I beleive this is how it started for a lot of current apple customers. For me it started with the iPhone in 2007. After that I have been hooked; iMacs, MBP's, iPhones, iPods, and iPads. I've even got my family buying all apple products. They see what great expierience I'm having and they want in. All it takes is one good expeirience. Then starts a chain reaction, then starts growth.

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  • mautal
    Nov 7, 05:05 PM
    Can someone help! is it known that apple put old/previous models on the refurb site? :)

    it is known??:confused: :confused:
    thats the link i was directed too when new c2d mbp's were out and cd mbp went on sale

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  • Apoptosis
    Nov 7, 10:06 PM
    How long has the shipping wait been 3-5 days on the Black MacBooks on the Australian store? Every time I have looked they've all been "within 24hrs"?

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  • awesomebase
    Apr 12, 08:50 AM
    Easiest solution is to skip Adobe... they've continually disregarded market "prices" for their products for years (even MS grew up to the fact that you can't charge end users $750 per license for Office when free alternatives exist). There are legitimately better applications produced by smaller companies as well as Apple without having to spend this kind of atrocious amount of money. Products from IMSI, Omni, etc. are cheap and very good. $650 for PS? Gimmie a break... it isn't worth 1/10 of that...

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  • MacRumors
    Nov 6, 10:41 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Continuing the ever-present hum of Core 2 Duo MacBook rumors, AppleInsider reports that the much-anticipated upgrade may come this week (http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=2207).

    Some readers will recall that last week was filled with similar but less-certain claims. A page 2 report by MacRumors (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/10/20061031195123.shtml) had pieced a few, apparently coincidental reports together that suggested an update may have been in the works by late last week. Even after that did not pan out, a European reseller claimed (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/11/20061102134456.shtml) that Core 2 Duo Macbooks would be arriving for sale on November 13th. This claim is largely regarded as a spotlight grab, and there is no evidence that the reseller has any inside information.

    The newest information published by AppleInsider reveals 3 Apple product numbers. The product numbers are in sequence, which is common for products in the same family, and suggests that the numbers will be used as the replacement numbers for Apple's 3 MacBook models. The new products are reportedly en-route to the U.S. this week.

    AppleInsider has previously claimed that development of the models had been finished (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060919000003.shtml) and was set for release before the beginning of the holiday shopping season at the end of November.

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  • msandersen
    Jul 23, 09:11 AM
    That's not what the article says. I interpreted it to mean that someone or some department within some publishing company was told... by someone else at the publishing company... to get all of their manuscripts archived and sent over to Apple.
    That was my reading, that they were ordered by their sbosses in the company to get the manuscripts ready and sent to Apple, presumably because of a deal between the two companies.

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  • scott523
    Nov 8, 09:06 AM
    Store still down? Annoying or what?Yes very annoying! I'm trying to figure out the specs/prices for these. Btw, does anybody think the Apple would allow me to swap the MBs at Admore rather than going back to Christiana Mall in Delaware?

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  • bboucher790
    Apr 2, 12:47 AM
    Why such a great camera on the iphone and such loser ones on the ipad?

    The iPad uses its camera's mainly for Facetime and Photobooth. Video quality isn't impacted by megapixels, like on a camera. In fact, megapixels aren't even that important on a camera (!). The quality of the lens and the software that's taking the picture are FAR more important than megapixels. Megapixel count is a marketing term to sell new products. (http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/mpmyth.htm)

    Taking pictures on the iPad is irrelevant for most users. I, myself, would never have the desire to take a picture with a 10" device. Seems pretty insane if you ask me....

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  • strangelogic
    Nov 12, 07:24 PM
    When there is a big bug that sneaks into the application but isn't caught before the release of the app. You discover it after several people complain (and several in FB terms is probably thousands) but you can fix the problem in an hour. But then you need to wait 2-3 weeks for the application to be approved by apple. In the mean time you can't do jack **** because the app store is completely controlled by Apple.

    Somehow this logic only makes me think that 'complete control' by Apple is a good thing. Something with as many users as FB warrants thorough testing prior to springing it on unsuspecting users. Just because of open source and 'free testing services' provided by the general public (ala Vista) doesn't really justify a lack of internal QA.

    I guess now that Apple helped break down the practices of the carriers totally controlling and locking down crippled phones they suddenly are the bad guy.

    Not saying their process is perfect, and I think some 'drama' around it will help it evolve - but - the fact that many developers don't bother to test their apps is one part of why the approval process exists.

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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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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 12, 11:54 AM
    I'd feel better knowing all my electronics aren't coming from repressive Communist China.

    Nov 24, 06:03 AM
    That's not quite it. People were annoyed at the fact that the event was so hyped, not that it was somehow a "bad" thing.

    You mean people were annoyed that they allowed themselves to overhype it.

    Nov 27, 01:25 PM
    I see. I wonder who conducted this sorely-needed poll? I bet they banned "Ahab the Arab" too.

    If this is true, I would say it's pretty stupid, to say the least...same for "Perfekte Welle" from Juli in Germany, at the time of the Asian tsunami...

    Apr 13, 07:41 PM
    Wonderful post! So the more "professional" editors we see getting "pissy" means the opposite of what one might think.

    You mean i can't add unlimited tracks as i need to make my timelines look so complex that my clients quiver in the awesomeness of my brilliance.

    The point that everyone is trying to make is that the end result is based on skill and telling the story. FCP may help that but a retard using FCP will make no better of a film than using movie maker.

    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).

    Mar 18, 09:21 PM
    That thread is full of some of the most comical and short sighted statements you'll ever see. Good thing Steve Jobs obviously knew what he was doing a lot more than the forum posters of the time did. That's why I laugh at some of the more critical comments you see on some of the threads today as well. In 10 years they'll look just as comical and short sighted as those do I'm sure.

    So true. That's why Steve Jobs is where he is and all the naysayers and criticizers are where they are.

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