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  • darbus69
    Mar 21, 01:25 PM
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    sweet, gotta love this company...guess it's time to get married for the third time!

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  • pabloneill
    Nov 8, 09:21 AM
    lol, who cares, got the extra 1gb for waiting. Are you unhappy because you got your prediction of "NOT going to happen, it's going to be next year" wrong?

    Touche:D :D !!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Benjy91
    Mar 28, 12:08 PM
    Man, Apple keeps getting lower and lower. First Walmart, now this?


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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 14, 05:15 PM
    Apple growing fast on a dying market. Great. :rolleyes:

    They should better focus on releasing the iPhone 5 in June and not postpone it until fall....

    Uhh...what big difference does three months make? The world's going to be around until the end of 2012 at least.

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  • Derekasaurus
    Aug 2, 04:58 PM
    Figures they'd try to go after something that isn't written into the OS since we all know how hard that is.

    Do you know what a computer without drivers is? A paperweight. The OS is not a single monolithic thing; it's made up of many components. The notion of what is "written into the OS" is more complicated than you seem to think, and it's childish to dismiss a vulnerability because it's in a driver.

    They simply chose a Mac to be a cock. How's that for smugness?

    Actually it's the smug attitude of so many Mac owners that makes them such satisfying targets. You reap what you sow. I've been using Macs since 1984 (and PCs about as long) and Mac users get on my nerves sometimes.

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  • OatmealRocks
    Apr 14, 04:53 PM
    I'm not fooling anyone. I live in California. I know what its like to be price gouged for everything cost of living wise. I am very lucky to be able to afford the lifestyle. I would have no problem paying a 10-15% premium for a product made here, that is supported here, and helps develop my community.

    10-15% is not going to happen. There would be an uproar. However I am willing to bet the margin will be reduced by at least 15% which would be catastrophic as a profit driven company. Apple is doing what's best for it's share holders (some of which are in your community).

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  • kresh
    Oct 15, 09:05 PM
    steve is right, the basic thing is the ipod works well, and it is very simple to use. Itunes helps everything by being a first class program that is always getting frequent updates.

    only thing is, apple needs to let record labels/artists come up with variable pricing.

    so catalog albums will cost less, and labels can get money from singles.

    I'm hoping for an Indie section.

    Really a seperate part of iTS called IndieTunes. All the Indie stuff would be kept seperate from the main catalogs. Bands can sign up, Apple can host the stuff. Apple sells the songs, they make the .10 or so (whatever they make on Label music) and the rest goes to the bands.

    All the materials would be voted up or down by iTunes registered users. Stuff that's voted up stays in the catalog, stuff that's voted down to oblivion gets quietly removed from the IndieTunes catalogs. If it's a real, seperate, section then it will not get in the way of their traditional business and not get in the way of people who could care less about Indie bands.

    They have the vast majority of the infrastructure in place, just not sure if they could make money. I imagine the bandwidth vs. profit might not support it.

    Any thing to cut the legs off the RIAA!

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  • 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.

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  • psyconut713
    Sep 6, 10:10 AM
    i wanted to get a mac mini 1.5 with a superdrive (open it up and mod the Sh.... out of it) but now the low end model does not allow for superdrive upgrade! WTF!

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  • ChrisA
    Aug 2, 05:40 PM
    ...all they have to do is limit the control granted via the card..

    What? How to do that? This is likely a buffer overflow exploit where a small part of the driver gets overwritten with hacker-incerted code, this code then runs inside the kernel at that point nothing can be done.

    They will have to fix the defect that alowed the buffer to overflow. No other option.

    This really shows the value of Open Source. So many peopl have loked for this type of stuff in Linux and other OSes that I'm sure most of it is been found and fixed but closed souce drivers are so hard to examine that there could be a hundred more of these waiting to be discovered.

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  • NT1440
    Mar 10, 11:41 PM
    How about we cut sweetheart pension deals for politicians that pay them 100s of thousands of dollars every year.

    I'm not to familiar with Canada's finances, but that kind of thing is literally a drop in the bucket in ANY country's budgets. That couldn't possibly even add up to billion. Thats not nearly enough to offset the kind of cuts that education faces in this country, again I'm not sure of Canada's situation though.

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  • cottington
    Nov 2, 08:32 PM
    WHAT are you talking about?! Adobe clearly isn't the one "stifling" innovation here.

    Pretty sure that's what sommls meant.

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  • MorphingDragon
    Oct 6, 05:33 AM
    News update:: Halo sucks...Borderlands is a much better game ;)

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  • ddehr026
    May 5, 06:20 AM
    AT&T and Verizon can make more money when the automatic updates cause you to go over your data plan... :eek:

    gotta love all this... :rolleyes:

    Verizon is unlimited data...

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  • combatcolin
    Aug 31, 01:29 PM
    You know, i used to dispise Microsoft, now..well i still sort of put up with them.

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  • ericinboston
    Apr 12, 02:08 PM
    Usually such a document could consist of one single sentence: "Somebody else does it for less money."

    All I'm proposing is that the government get the DETAILS. Why is it $X over there buy $Y here? Every....single....detail: wages, benefits, unions, taxes, land fees, government kickbacks/breaks/incentives, transportation from there to here, cheap import tax, etc. This document HAS to exist at the company because the CEO and everyone below him/her is going to read the doc regarding all the costs/savings...and how it compares to the USA. So please make it public. No shame. No crime. The the public know about the pros/cons of working in the US so we, as a people, can adjust our laws/policies to best ensure we have a successful economy.

    When these documents pile up, the US gov't can say "hmmmm...a lot of companies choose to build in ____ because their tax rate is 5% while ours is 35%"...and then the US can START to become a bit more competitive.

    Right now companies just do as they please (which is the basis of Capitalism) but I think ALL companies would love to TRY to keep manufacturing in the USA IF it's feesible...it's great PR (especially these days and the next 30+ years). Trust me, there are plenty of folks in the US (or robots) that would manufacture things. It's probably not a highly skilled job (define highly skilled) for every single manufacturing process...plenty of 15-25 year olds out there ready to earn a buck while paying for school and/or their ultimate profession.

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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 26, 12:16 AM
    Schools, churches, and libraries all have computers and books. There are several nutritional programs for the poor. most of the time they are abused, and it is spent on garbage, or sold for $.50 on the dollar.

    I hardly think you know what percentage of the time these programs are abused.

    Are these programs sometimes abused? Certainly and it's a problem but unless you have numbers don't claim that these social programs are largely in vain.

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  • HyperZboy
    Nov 12, 10:14 PM
    IRONIC as facebook could clearly benefit themselves on a more strict app approval system. There's so much spam on there these days. People's accounts getting hacked, sending messages with trojan links to everyone.

    And the iPhone app itself pretty much sucks anyway so a new developer would be a good thing

    Yes, thank you for pretty much explaining the irony.

    Facebook is currently a mess. People on my feed complain about changes every day and several had their accounts hacked into and were sending those viruses out. One day, I could only use Firefox to sign into Facebook. Safari wouldn't work at all. The next day, Facebook fixed it, but still, that's pretty bad.

    Therefor, I'm glad Apple is being tough on Facebook.

    Who the hell would want all those problems on their iPhone too?

    I'm not defending the Apple submission process by the way.
    Obviously, it has some issues, but I'm going to take Apple's side on this one considering how many problems Facebook has had recently.

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  • Shake 'n' Bake
    Mar 8, 06:52 PM
    Here's my contribution for the day. It's a chair in my basement. Nothing too exciting. Sorry for the enormous size. I don't know how to make it smaller other than using a thumbnail. I feel like I'm "that guy."


    Sep 13, 02:38 AM
    As much as I love them, all of Apple's designs are getting old. The Macbook (nee iBook) has looked the same (minus a few paint jobs) for over 5 years; the current iMac design harkens back to the eMac (yes, I know, its flatter, what an innovation...wheee), which in turn was highly derivative of the original iMac. The MacBook Pro is just an AluPB, which in turn was merely a revision of the original Titanium G4. Now, the "new" iPod nano is nothing more than a iPod mini that went on a diet, and the full iPod, although much sleeker than its predecessors, is still essentially the same design as the iPod that came out in 2001. And the story goes on: the Mac Pro, a warmed over PowerMac G5; the Airport/Airport extreme, essentially unchanged since its release; the Airport Express, a power adapter with flashing lights; the iSight, unchanged since its release; the Mighty Mouse, same design as the Apple Pro Mouse, etc. Essentially, the only new designs in the last three years have been: the Mac mini, the iPod shuffle, and the Cinema Displays, none of which could be considered to be attention-getters. Even the new, unreleased "iTV" is copying the Mac mini design. Not too impressive for a company which claims high design as a main benefit. Where is the new cube? the iMac (& G4)? the tiBook? There is nothing fresh or innovative about their current lineup, nothing exciting or innovative.Instead, its all inoffensively sterile, to my eyes; walking into an Apple store has become similar to walking into IKEA, nothing unexpected, just clean lines. It's like they've become artistically constipated. Or is this just what we get for Apple's new push on "competitive prices"?

    In my opinion, its time for some fresh blood, someone with a new vision. And yes, I'm looking squarely at you, Steve and Jonathan. I want to be <i>excited</i> again, and not just by the "guts" of the computer. I, for one, miss the Macworlds of 5 years ago...

    Agreed, sadly. My first reaction to the new mini is... I mean nano is... the mini is not old enough to be retro yet! Slipping in an intermediary (the origional nano, which itself was a throwback to the origional ipod) in the line of the shrinking mini does not make it revolutionary, but in fact, makes it not even keep pace with being evolutionary! While I know that many will argue that the reason is that today's designs are perfect, and also that, particularly with laptops, color and texture and corners are the only things you can play with, that's not enough. Apple has, previously, been amazing, shocking us and making us fall in love in one move. But it's been a good long while before we've been shocked at all, and it's hard to stay in love this long.

    Remember the recent redesign that has swept across BMW's lineup? The awful trunk on the 5 series, the controversy, the debate? And how tired Mercedes looked in comparison, how bland? But it wasn't a sure thing, the new beamers were risky, right? I, for one, thought that the previous generation was about as close to visually perfect as any car since a dusenberg, and hated the redesign. But.... it's grown on me, and I'm thuroughly fond of the new theme, and the old looks tired to me (in another 15 years it'll look great, no doubt).

    That's what apple needs. But now they're like mercedes- beautiful, for sure, but also boring. Same with the OS! They have the capability to pull off risky designs, for sure. They would definately be a BMW rather than a GM if the decided to actually design something. But no, they can't even come up with a '07 toyota camry's worth of design.

    So I'm hoping that they've been doing this strategically, to manage their risks a bit while things like the intel switch, introduction of the nano (with, remember, less memory for more money), have been providing as much risk as they can take. The important thing is, now that they're transitioned, and now that they don't have to work to sell ipods, they've got to take those risks, and do that work, or else somebody else will. If your not moving forward, your falling behind.

    Mar 29, 06:15 AM
    No hardware in WWDC '11?
    Apple always said they are about Software and Hardware, well then it wouldn't make sense for them to omit hardware from the conference.

    So i'm predicting...

    A completely revamped iOS, named iOS 5
    Mac OS X Lion, the best OS yet.
    A completely revamped MobileMe, a lot of free features but more space requires cheaper annual payments.
    Additional cloud-like services nobody thought of.

    Why does this sound like everything that might be shown? Or am i missing something?

    i was hoping they would show off the iPhone 5 alongside iOS 5, and new iMacs for Mac OS X Lion, but i guess that won't be happening..

    Am I missing something here why no iphone 5???

    I agree mobile me will be completely revamped and will cost about US$50-75 per year
    Music on the cloud
    I still think there will be mention of a iphone 5 or proof one is coming (eg new os is HD or something....) Maybe instead/ as well as of a iphone 5 they should make a/call it the iphone HD (bigger screen, HD video etc)

    Mar 28, 08:54 PM
    Or sooner?

    Apr 12, 11:46 AM
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    it's about friggin time apple build a serious volume manufacturing plant in the US! end of story!

    Mar 11, 07:48 PM
    mmmmmm i7 sounds sexy

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