16 Mayıs 2011 Pazartesi

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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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  • Corbin052198
    Mar 13, 11:34 AM
    Honestly? I think the ENTIRE desktop line (iMac, Mac Mini, etc.) would probably get this before a laptop would get it. :(

    And P.S. - Apple, your laptop line is already to expensive. :eek: Don't release a consumer product that only rich companies can buy. :(

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  • Apple OC
    Mar 11, 12:19 AM
    I agree that abuse needs to stop, but the underlined is completely and utterly false. This kind of abuse is so miniscule in scale compared to the hundreds of billions we are talking about here. The term drop in the bucket is beyond inadequate here.

    Your entire sense of scale is horribly off mark.

    Again, I agree that no public official should EVER make as outrageous a sum as $800,000 (hell $100,000 is pushing it in my book) but to suggest that THAT is bankrupting the country and not the big ticket items (healthcare, Military, benefits), well I don't really have any words to describe this. :confused:

    You are just assuming this feeding at the trough is a miniscule drop in the bucket ... have you ever thought that the wasted money could be the whole Bucket.

    Your entire sense of this Government waste is completely under judged.

    To put the waste into perspective for you ... Bernie Madoff as one man squandered 65 Billion dollars.

    The Military Budget is only 10 times that ...

    should we shave the Military spending down to the 1.25 Billion they spent over one weekend on that G20 Party?

    What you call the inadequate drop in the bucket ... would dwarf Military spending.

    How about we trim some of this spending ... "Ontario Hydro Sunshine Salaries"


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  • dlastmango
    Oct 26, 08:14 PM
    I have a screw in the bottom middle of my MacBook, but I honestly don't remember if it was there before I sent it in or not. Either way, it looks (and if I run my finger over it, it feels) like it was originally there, so I'm not sweating it.

    i have a week 26 white 2.0 MB. it has a screw on the bottom in the dead center. it was never serviced.

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  • frozencarbonite
    Aug 3, 05:25 PM
    I guess I'll connect to my ethernet for now to be on the safe side until we get more information.

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  • dcv
    Sep 6, 08:31 AM
    This is awesome news. I said just the other day that I probably wouldn't buy a 23" iMac (though I would *look* at one) and I would probably just get a 23" ACD + Mac Mini instead... now that they've brought back the wall-mounting option I'm very tempted indeed. My current iMac G5 (rev B) is wall-mounted to save desktop space. The weight of the new 24" is about the same as the older 20" so that isn't an issue for my existing mount. Would just have to check that the position on the wall won't be too low.

    I'm thinking of going away next week... if I weren't I'd have probably ordered one already!

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  • thesheep
    Nov 8, 03:03 AM
    Flash can be very good in websites, or it can be badly misused. Just like most other tools. It exists as a powerful option for adding animation, video and various other effects and functionality.

    It is a big shame that Flash is a closed standard, as it gives one company (Adobe) too much power in the web, which should be all about openness. So this sort of gives some credibility to Apple's decision not to support it. But not really. Afterall, Apple is happy for Flash to run in desktop versions of Safari.

    Apple needs to be pragmatic and provide the best user experience they can. My guess is that there were originally significant technical hurdles to making Flash work well in the iPhone. But that was only 1 reason. They also wanted to push their own solutions (quicktime) and so maybe they haven't tried particularly hard to make Flash work. It hasn't been a top priority. It obviously is a bit of a problem now and they need to do something about it.

    The best thing of all, however, is if Adobe would make Flash an open standard. So they can also stop whining here.

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  • Scarlet Fever
    Sep 4, 07:53 AM
    haha i mate of mine got herself a nano against my recomendations... she will be crying when she sees the new ones... :p

    I certainly hope that the resolution on the Apple Movie Store will be AT LEAST 480x720 (aka 480P). Otherwise, between Netflix and super cheap DVDs these days, I don't see how Apple can compete with lower than DVD resolution.I fear the files will be too big to download. It would be an overnighter to download a 320*240 movie as it is with my connection, anything bigger will just take far too long. And anyway, if they did that, people would have to re-encode it for their iPods.

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  • mrweirdo
    Oct 29, 01:31 AM
    Just my luck I was gona take my macbook in for RSD tomorrow to get the heatsink replaced and now they come out with this fix. There is defiantly something wrong with the hardware though(i believe the heatsink has burned through some of the wires) besides the random shutdown when my system is at idle my fans will kick in suddenly at full speed then run for about a minute that fast or sometimes cut out completely then start up again. Something that it never did before rsd developed.

    I bet if i take it in tomorrow they will just tell me to apply this update which does nothing to solve the damage that has already been done to my macbook. My guess this is a fix apple has done to get them out of the 1 year warranty period were the macbook will then develop further hardware problems. Then you will have to pay out of pocket to get it fixed unless you buy apple care. Also this temporary patch helps them sell more apple care subscriptions.

    All i can say is i better not have hardware issues after my year is up or I'm done with apple :(

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  • ddrueckhammer
    Sep 12, 08:20 PM
    Are you insane or just trolling? You're complaining because the FREE iPod that Apple is giving to you for FREE is the previous version that was just updated today, even though you're getting it for FREE!!! For you to complain about this makes YOU the rude one. You sound like a spoiled brat whining and complaining because the porche mummy and dada bought you for christmas is black instead of red. There's just no pleasing some people. :rolleyes:

    Um free is for a limited time only and you have to buy a $1000+ computer. Anyone who buys a $1000+ Mac should get a break on an iPod too. Also, I'm not complaining about the free iPod deal, I'm complaining that students used to get about a $30 break on all iPods year round. There is a reason why there is a whole education section on the Apple Online Store. Without students support, the iPod wouldn't be anywhere near the cultural icon that it is. Guess what, most students don't have a set income but their patronage is very important to Apple and iPods in general. And I'm 25, Mommy and Daddy haven't payed for me for a long time. So now who is trolling. (Hint: the guy who puts offensive posts up with big upper cased red letters)

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  • rand0m3r
    Nov 8, 06:24 AM
    ok the US store was last to go down. but which one goes up first with the new update? :D

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  • Rt&Dzine
    Apr 27, 11:04 AM
    If CorvusCamenarum's theory is correct, white people better shape up! No more whining, no more excuses. Diminish funds for white people and expand them for black people.

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  • AxisOfBeagles
    Mar 10, 10:25 PM

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  • MacRumors
    Mar 29, 08:54 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/03/29/ios-5-to-offer-significant-voice-integration-fall-iphone-5-launch-opens-door-to-lte/)

    TechCrunch has posted another lengthy report (http://techcrunch.com/2011/03/28/apples-big-fall/) detailing what it is hearing about Apple's plans for the fifth-generation iPhone and iOS 5, now both rumored for release closer to a "fall" timeframe than the traditional June/July timeframe seen in past years.

    Perhaps the most notable information comes at the end of the article, revealing that sources have said that Apple's April 2010 acquisition (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/04/28/apple-purchases-iphone-personal-assistant-company-siri/) of personal assistant software company Siri is set to bear fruit in the form of "deeply integrated" artificial intelligence (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/06/01/steve-jobs-on-siri-acquired-for-artificial-intelligence-technology-not-search/) and voice control for iOS 5, a change that could potentially transform the way iOS devices are used.A year ago, Apple bought Siri, a virtual personal assistant startup that had released a very cool iPhone app. The Siri team and technology are now said to be a big part of iOS 5.

    The use of Siri's artificial intelligence and assistance technology is said to be deeply integrated into the OS for all the different services offered. And the team is now putting the finishing touches on the elements that will be demoed at WWDC, we hear. This tech may also be opened to developers for use in third-party apps - though that information isn't quite as concrete.The report also notes that a fall release for new iPhone hardware provides Apple with additional time to incorporate LTE 4G capabilities, speculating that a desire to add LTE may even be the reason for the shift in release schedule compared to past years.TechCrunch contributor Steve Cheney (who nailed the timing of the Verizon iPhone last year), believes that a fall iPhone 5 launch makes LTE much more likely. He currently puts the odds at zero to ten percent for LTE if the iPhone 5 launched this summer (again, not happening), 50 percent if it comes in the fall, and 100 percent if it comes in January.

    A fall timeframe would give Apple a more vetted and lower power Qualcomm chip for LTE, Cheney says. When the Verizon iPhone was unveiled in January, Apple COO Tim Cook addressed the LTE issue directly. "The first generation LTE chipsets force some design compromises. Some of which we would not make," he said. If Cheney is right, that may not be such an issue later this year.The report notes that Apple waited to adopt 3G technology until is had significantly matured, opting to release the original iPhone as an EDGE-only device despite relatively widespread 3G coverage available at the time. But at that time the iPhone was a completely new concept for smartphones setting the stage to remake the industry regardless of whether it was an EDGE or 3G device. In the much larger and much more competitive smartphone market today, Android devices are already moving to LTE and Apple may not wish to wait until mid-2012 to introduce its own LTE iPhone.

    Article Link: iOS 5 to Offer Significant Voice Integration? Fall iPhone 5 Launch Opens Door to LTE? (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/03/29/ios-5-to-offer-significant-voice-integration-fall-iphone-5-launch-opens-door-to-lte/)

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  • citizenzen
    Mar 15, 02:08 PM
    Top 10 defense contractors employ over 1 million people. If you cut their federal contracts by 40%, how many people will they have to lay off, 40%? 30% 20%. Do the math. Defense cuts need to be slow and steady over many years so we can absorb these workers.

    Excerpts (http://mondediplo.com/2008/02/05military) from Le Monde Diplomatique, february 2008 ...

    Why the US has really gone broke

    Global confidence in the US economy has reached zero, as was proved by last month’s stock market meltdown. But there is an enormous anomaly in the US economy above and beyond the subprime mortgage crisis, the housing bubble and the prospect of recession: 60 years of misallocation of resources, and borrowings, to the establishment and maintenance of a military-industrial complex as the basis of the nation’s economic life.

    There are three broad aspects to the US debt crisis. First, in the current fiscal year (2008) we are spending insane amounts of money on “defence” projects that bear no relation to the national security of the US. We are also keeping the income tax burdens on the richest segment of the population at strikingly low levels.

    Second, we continue to believe that we can compensate for the accelerating erosion of our base and our loss of jobs to foreign countries through massive military expenditures — “military Keynesianism” (which I discuss in detail in my book Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic). By that, I mean the mistaken belief that public policies focused on frequent wars, huge expenditures on weapons and munitions, and large standing armies can indefinitely sustain a wealthy capitalist economy. The opposite is actually true.

    Third, in our devotion to militarism (despite our limited resources), we are failing to invest in our social infrastructure and other requirements for the long-term health of the US. These are what economists call opportunity costs, things not done because we spent our money on something else. Our public education system has deteriorated alarmingly. We have failed to provide health care to all our citizens and neglected our responsibilities as the world’s number one polluter. Most important, we have lost our competitiveness as a manufacturer for civilian needs, an infinitely more efficient use of scarce resources than arms manufacturing.

    Fiscal disaster

    It is virtually impossible to overstate the profligacy of what our government spends on the military. The Department of Defense’s planned expenditures for the fiscal year 2008 are larger than all other nations’ military budgets combined. The supplementary budget to pay for the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, not part of the official defence budget, is itself larger than the combined military budgets of Russia and China. Defence-related spending for fiscal 2008 will exceed $1 trillion for the first time in history. The US has become the largest single seller of arms and munitions to other nations on Earth. Leaving out President Bush’s two on-going wars, defence spending has doubled since the mid-1990s. The defence budget for fiscal 2008 is the largest since the second world war.

    But there is much more. In an attempt to disguise the true size of the US military empire, the government has long hidden major military-related expenditures in departments other than Defense. For example, $23.4bn for the Department of Energy goes towards developing and maintaining nuclear warheads; and $25.3bn in the Department of State budget is spent on foreign military assistance (primarily for Israel, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Republic, Egypt and Pakistan). Another $1.03bn outside the official Department of Defense budget is now needed for recruitment and re-enlistment incentives for the overstretched US military, up from a mere $174m in when the war in Iraq began. The Department of Veterans Affairs currently gets at least $75.7bn, 50% of it for the long-term care of the most seriously injured among the 28,870 soldiers so far wounded in Iraq and 1,708 in Afghanistan. The amount is universally derided as inadequate. Another $46.4bn goes to the Department of Homeland Security.

    Missing from this compilation is $1.9bn to the Department of Justice for the paramilitary activities of the FBI; $38.5bn to the Department of the Treasury for the Military Retirement Fund; $7.6bn for the military-related activities of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; and well over $200bn in interest for past debt-financed defence outlays. This brings US spending for its military establishment during the current fiscal year, conservatively calculated, to at least $1.1 trillion.

    More to follow.

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  • Keleko
    Mar 7, 07:56 AM
    This display had a nice blank wall behind it that let it stand out well.

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  • iGary
    Aug 24, 02:09 PM

    iGary has an Apple product that's slightly dodgy?:eek:

    You do surprise me!:) :)


    I was thinking the same thing. :( :D

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  • Drag'nGT
    Apr 13, 08:47 PM
    I'm salivating....

    Just such a sexy piece of software. 1/3th of that power in iMovie would KILL any other consumer video editing software.

    Edit: You have to own this at $299. Just a steal!

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  • sineplex
    May 4, 10:54 PM
    Forget 3d.

    I'd rather the iPad 3 display have the ability to turn into e-ink and back to normal. iPad 4 can have Retina.

    Oct 28, 09:53 PM
    I didn't fall for it.

    And you're an idiot.

    Seriously, these forums are so Mac users can help one another. What kind of little person gets joy out of posting false information that could cause another person grief or concern?

    Didn't you see the white 'just kidding' above the picture?
    Once I started the rumor of the black Macbook actually beeing made of aluminum with some black vinyl on it (thus the $150 premium). A week later, I heard from someone totally messing up his Macbook trying to remove 'the black layer' on his brand new Macbook with a cutter. I laughed my ass of for a week. Totally worth it. :D

    Mar 28, 02:41 PM
    Sounds like you've never actually ordered. Credit cards do not get charged until orders actually ship.
    Further, obviously Apple didn't just decide last week to add RS, despite delays at other venues. The deal with RS would have been cut a long time ago, and Apple would be subject to certain supply requirements.

    They sent the cover right away, 5 weeks earley, it was on the same order, that way they could charge the card for the sale earley!:confused:

    Mar 29, 03:03 PM
    A couple years ago, 4G meant LTE. Now it means HSPA+. I have no doubt that the next iPhone will be 4G capable, but it won't be LTE. I doubt that delaying the typical launch would have anything to do with including 4G.

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    Nov 27, 10:49 AM
    Wow. Here's a cookie.
    Chocolate chip cookie? Those are my favourites! :)

    Given that Clear Channel banned 4 Beatles songs in the wake of 9/11, the billboard prognostication by R0bert was slightly amusing.

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