16 Mayıs 2011 Pazartesi

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  • 0010101
    Nov 27, 05:37 PM
    You guys do understand that such an agreement would be so iTunes could include tracks from the Beatles catalog in their store, NOT give them license to use their pick of songs in advertising, right?

    With all due respect to the 'Fab Four', it would be pretty silly for Apple to spend a million bucks for the license to use one of their songs in order to promote the songs availability on iTunes.

    Let's face it.. most of the folks who want Beatles tracks already have them.. so unless iTunes will be offering some never before released tracks (doubtful) the overall impact that this will have on Apples profits is marginal, at best.

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  • Chrispy
    Oct 26, 10:15 PM
    I'm not sure if my macbook's shutdown apply to the ones being discussed, but I suppose that's my question. I received my macbook in early september, and within a week it started to freeze the screen intermittently, and after a few days became more and more frequent. BUT THEN it started giving me kernel panics often. Both issues built up until I was having to shut down my computer 7+ times in a day. These were all random occurrences with no links to running certain programs, etc. I sent it in to AppleCare and they replaced the HD (after I had already wiped it, reinstalled, and the problem started again). After a couple weeks of getting my serviced macbook back, the problem has started again from the start, starting slow and then happening 7+ times in a day. AppleCare has told me that there is nothing they can do until the problem becomes increasingly worse, to the point that they can reproduce the problem easily. This is very upsetting, since with the very consistent progression of these kernel panics (and freezes) will land right around my midterms....ANYONE have ANY suggestions here? I don't even know if this is in relation to the random shutdowns you're talking about... But I'm desperate here.

    Call Apple consumer relations. I'm not sure of the exact phone number but I'm sure someone here has it handy ;) That kind of service is simply not acceptible!

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  • Jasonbot
    Nov 8, 08:42 AM
    I dont know if I should feel sad that I didn't wait! Although my iMac is still pretty 1337!

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  • rusty2192
    Mar 5, 08:58 AM

    f/11 1/160 ISO100 22mm

    I really like this one. I love the use of b&w with its high contrast. My eye starts on the front left pillar, then is pulled to the right column along the shaft of light on the ground to the bright side of the right column, then the contrast pulls me to the dark side, which then pulls to the bright side of the back left pillar and eventually leads to the perfectly lit Washington Monument. Where were you standing? Lincoln Memorial? This is of course assuming that I am correct in guessing thats DC and not some other monument somewhere in the world.

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  • kresh
    Sep 4, 08:16 AM
    Yes, because at the moment the competition is killing the iPods... oh, wait...

    Seriously: Why should you cram all that s*** into the iPods. Leave them be, and sell all those other things as optional accessories... I don't want a radio, video and voice recorder, so why should I have to pay for all that...?

    Do a little research on eBay and see how many of these are listed and sold per hour. These cheap Chinese imports are not tracked in overall sales figures of MP3 players. I don't know what kind of market share they have.

    I've bought 5 of them myself, and those sales figures are not tracked and compared to Apples market share. One of the Chinese manufacturers has a 2 million unit per month build capacity, but they are in a 3 week back order status. I was hoping to get in the business on eBay and have done a ton of research on them. (These guys just came of of back order status: http://www.chinavasion.com/product_info.php/pName/mp4-player-1gb-15inch-tftscreen/ )

    I think the Apple investors would be shocked if it were known just how many of these players were sold and shipped to the US, but there is just no way to know.

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  • PygmySurfer
    Nov 8, 09:27 AM
    3 gig option (tho i'll just hold on to the store's default 2 for the 15")

    I'd imagine the MacBook would be upgradable to 3gb now also (if not through Apple via a third party).

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  • Stevamundo
    Apr 17, 01:58 PM
    Toys R' Us? I though they only sold video games and...toys!?

    They do. LOL!

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  • canucksfan88
    May 4, 11:24 PM
    and waste data? i dont know...how useful is this...really?

    how hard is it to update via itunes? i just think we as a society are trying to come up with "innovative" and convenient things that are rather pointless.

    others may find it useful, but why would one need to update on the go?

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  • skip2
    Mar 18, 02:10 PM
    LOL. The old thread is absolutely hilarious. Nothing, NOTHING has changed in 10 years. The stuff discussed on these forums today is exactly the same. Kinda makes you think if it's even worth reading as it's all the same anyway. :)

    I personally like the "big" capacity of the classic but am not a fan of the UI. Although, I don't think the UI of the iPod Touch/iPhone is the best for a music only device either. Anyway, I'm glad I have the 160GB classic as it fits all my music right now and at least for a few years probably. I would like to see Apple revamp it completely and make it better and easier to use/more intuitive in every way and hooking it up with that 220GB HDD release a while ago instead of just killing it off and introducing a 128GB iPod Touch. I don't think this will happen though. :(

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  • Ish
    Mar 3, 03:24 PM
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    D300, 17-55f/2.8 @ 24mm, 1/200, f/6.3, ISO200

    I like the composition on this one and the colours are amazing!

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    The phrase "Wouldn't want to meet him in a dark alley" comes to mind!


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    Apr 2, 03:59 AM
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    I hope this is true!!!

    How is Sony's track record with sensors though?
    Let's go Fall! (Not even WWDC ;))

    They make all of Nikons sensors, even the high end D3S and D3X dSLRs ones. They also made (or make?) Canon point and shoot sensors; at least as of a few years ago. Sony was one of the first with backlit CMOS as well.

    Oh, and I think Pentax, if you want to consider them a camera compay, uses Sony sensors.

    They also make the sensor in the excellent d7000, which handles high iso really well.

    This can only be good news..

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  • Apple OC
    Mar 15, 03:57 PM
    What's illogical about it?

    Why should we subsidize the defense industry, a multi-multi-billion dollar expense to our government, merely to maintain some jobs?

    Please show me the evidence that demonstrates that is a positive investment for our country.

    show me, show me? ... if you can not see the value for the economy in the people that work in and around the Military ... from Mom and Pop stores to direct suppliers to the Military? ... and your solution is ...

    I'd suggest that those who's careers are based on maintaining our military can file for unemployment and search the want ads just like everybody else.

    like I said ... good thing you are not part of the decision process. :cool:

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  • ten-oak-druid
    May 4, 11:25 PM
    Are you kidding? Netflix destroyed it with streaming. Disney and Sony aren't even advertising for it anymore. The Blu Ray players are being sold dirt cheap at clearance sales because it's a dying/dead format. I haven't heard a word about it on TV ads to further seal the deal.

    And I never liked it anyway, the 25 GB disc wasn't filled all the way because of the stupidly lossy compression, and it was expensive. We unplugged our Blu Ray player and replaced it with a TiVo box with Netflix streaming, which happens to be a lot cheaper than Blu Ray and much easier.

    And Apple never used it :)

    I've noticed many blu ray disks now come with digital copies. I prefer that. One even had a survey asking how important the digital copy was. So perhaps this will be a nice combination for a while.

    I ended up getting a PS3 for the blu ray player. For a while it got most usage as a netflix player. Now the appleTV handles that. So occasionally it gets used now for blu ray. I still do not own any games for it. Someday when I have time for it I'll get a game or two. I think if you are getting a blu ray player, PS3 is the way to go though as you can use it for more than just the blu ray.

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  • nemaslov
    Nov 27, 02:28 PM
    Beatles are not my generation so I don't know a lot about them..but weren't they into free spirits and happiness and what not? Why are they all about suing and being greedy now?

    Edit: which of them are even alive anymore to profit? Or is this the doing of their heirs?

    Two are alive and they have wives and kids and in one case grandkids. As a parent I would love to pass on what I created and/or earned to my son. Most parents would love to do this for their families if possible, whether it is a huge amount or a small amount. Again when you have created any business, large or small, it is the owners legal right and obligation to protect it and prosper. That is capitalism.

    I work representing photographers and license the work they create and rarely sell it outright. This way my artists who create the work, can benefit from reusage sort of like a royalty.

    It is so easy to go after the bands, actors and artists once they hit it big, but they would not make all of that money if there was not an audience for it.

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  • nlr
    Mar 25, 03:44 PM
    Not seeing any battery drain here yet. 2.5 hours since I updated and the iPhone 4 is still advertising 100% battery. Granted I haven't used it much. :P

    So its better than the previous version for battery life?

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  • ZoomZoomZoom
    Sep 6, 09:15 AM
    Nope, desktop chip.

    There's a Go7300 though :p

    Although... I'd rather see a Go 7600 or Mobile x1800 in the MBPs...

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  • Clive At Five
    Sep 22, 03:36 PM
    imagine let's say that wal mat due to this apple deal with all studios will make a statemnet saying we lost 10% or our revenues so we will lay off 10% of our employess to cover for the losses.!!

    now what do you do in this case?
    it's not a free world after all....

    Wal*Mart losing 10% of their revenue would still leave them a VERY profitable company... and firing that many employees would probably cause them to close some stores... which would result in further loss of profit.

    If Wal*Mart lost 10% of their revenue by movie purchases alone, they would have to concentrate harder on other things.

    Something else confuses me though...

    Wal*Mart caters to the lower income families... who likely don't have high-speed internet and are, thus, EXTREMELY unlikely to purchace movies from the iTS, lest they want to be downloading for 3 days straight. Those people will go to the local Wal*Mart and buy the same movie from the $5.50 bargain bin. Sleazy customers are happy; Wal*Mart is happy. What do they have to be complaining about?

    Man, I love that bin. I've found so many awesome movies in there.......... like Total Recall. Okay, so maybe not THAT awesome.


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  • WildCowboy
    Aug 2, 08:22 PM
    Interesting... I was about to edit my last post that Apple's site doesn't claim the Macbook has any slots... I can't see any in the Macbook QTVR images either.

    Sorry...it looks like it attaches by USB.

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  • rovex
    Apr 13, 01:16 AM
    To be honest, I'm from Germany and I would never ever pay an extra cent for a product manufactured in the US. The caption "Made in the USA" just suggests "Don't buy me, I'm going to suck". All these products I bought that were made in the US were overpriced and mostly of far worse manufacturing quality than comparable products from Asia or Europe. Just my experience, not that I hate Americans or anything, I like their ideas, creativity, inspiration and stuff, but the rest is better done by other people.

    What about something made in Germany? ;)

    Not sure people would jump the gun on an Audi R8 had it been made in Asia! :D

    Apple Corps
    Sep 6, 09:44 AM
    Congratulations iMac fans - and well done Apple.

    This really drives home the pain associated with the "professional" TOP of the LINE MBP that now sports a processor pack that is just a bit better than the top of the line Mac mini for heavens sake!!!! What is wrong with that picture:rolleyes:

    Oh well - tick tock tick toc:confused:

    Mar 28, 03:28 PM
    Because getting your iToy within eye sight of a 300 Lb round-belly hillbilly or 400 Lb woman in pink stretch pants and camel toe does not make for the best experience.

    Maybe not, but when you turn on the built in camera you've got some prime YouTube footage.

    May 5, 04:07 AM
    Any 3D technology that relies on both eyes being perfectly stereo aligned is not a good technology. Anyone with a slightly lazy eye will get dizzy and experience headaches, for people like me who can see only slightly with one eye it becomes a huge problem triggering migraines. Also, any children under 18 (I think it's 18) should not be looking at 3D as they can become adversely affected later in life due to the unnatural perspective vs viewing distance.

    I also think 3D would just die, but we have marketeers that just won't leave the subject alone.

    If Apple does do 3D, I think it will be the head tracking kind, which should effectively be called "motion aware" or "perspective aware" instead of 3D.

    Sep 6, 08:37 AM
    Those are some really nice specs, I am sorry if this has been answered before but do we know what Core 2 Duo they are? Conroe or Merom :confused:

    Lara F
    Mar 29, 09:05 PM
    I'd be fine with waiting till fall to upgrade my 3GS if it meant LTE. Yes, I know the tech is nascent but the timing would seriously suck for entering a 2 year contract on a phone without it. That's the main problem. I don't want to have to wait till 2013 or upgrade after just one year (and there's no guarantee either carrier would allow it).

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