21 Mayıs 2011 Cumartesi

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  • hofer
    Aug 29, 09:12 AM
    The pricing was taken off a Canadian website. Are these Canadian Dollar prices? If so, expect the US Dollar prices to be somewhat lower.

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  • xlii
    Jun 25, 04:08 PM
    The "natural" way to move a car would be to push it, or maybe attach two horses at the front. The method that we use is quite unnatural. :D

    I go back before the mouse... before there were touch screens. We ran and controlled programs by using the keyboard. If you had to move the curser... you used the tab and the arrow keys. One of the programs was a drawing and layout program for circuit board layout and design and schematic capture all rolled into one tool. It was called SUDS (stanford university drawing system). It had a very thick manual and well over 1000 commands to memorize if you were an expert user. I knew maybe 200 and knew where to look in the manual to find something more exotic if needed.

    The mouse liberated us from that. Slide down menus full of commands made schematic capture, layout much easier.

    IMHO touch is great for a cash register... great for small hand held devices like phones and iPods that are mobile and meant to be held in one hand. But to use a 27" iMac touch screen to me doesn't seem practical or as easy as using a mouse.

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  • Yuniverse
    Mar 25, 05:58 PM
    Dude, you must be like on Comcast-Crack Plan LOL

    LOL... my bad.. it was more like 3 minutes

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  • Zadillo
    Sep 6, 08:26 AM
    One thing that strikes me...... doesn't this cause some confusion since Intel uses the "Core 2 Duo" name for both the mobile Merom chips and the desktop Conroe chips? Not that most consumers would know the difference anyway, but it seems like people see "Core 2 Duo" in the desktop iMac, and the assumption would be that it would be the same "Core 2 Duo" processor found in other desktops, not the mobile version.

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  • Al Coholic
    May 5, 10:39 AM
    The article seems to imply that perhaps ATT has already agreed, hence why Apple is negotiating with Verizon at this point.

    Oh freakin' joy.

    665Mb over AT&T's EDGE network here in Asshat, America will tie up every cell tower within 50 miles and take my iP4 days to update. No thanks - I'll disable it.

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  • zero2dash
    Aug 29, 09:34 AM
    $239 for a bloated DRM infested OS is outrageous.
    I've tried several Vista betas and IMHO it's a pile of crap. It's arguably the largest (unecessary) resource hog of an OS that I've ever seen.

    I see more visual effects in OSX and it's 10000000x easier on a computer. For crying out loud, OSX runs on G3s. 6+ year old computers. On the other side of the coin I guarantee you that you won't see Vista running on a Pentium 3...ever.

    Microsoft is dropping the ball with Vista big time. 6 skus (3 for home users, 3 for businesses), ridiculous hardware requirements, and this pricing is the icing on the cake.

    I'll stick with the 1-2 combo of XP and Win2k for my Windows computing; thanks for offering though, Redmond. Try again.

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  • iApache
    Oct 25, 09:53 PM
    ^ Thank you very much!

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  • Rot'nApple
    Nov 2, 10:03 PM
    Yes, flash has issues, but there are several sites that I want to use from the iPhone that require it. It would be good for the iPhone to support it.

    Can you name off some of those sites and give their web address. Anyone else have sites they can name? I would like to see how much the lack of Flash on the iPhone cripples a web site. - thanks.

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  • iTravis
    Mar 29, 01:24 PM
    This is exactly what many said in response to the article yesterday. Delay three months to get support for next gen networks (and who knows, maybe unify the ATT and verizon hardware). Despite all the hand wringing, it's hard to imagine many happy iPhone users would defect over a three month delay.

    Much better to get new features three months later than ship in summer without them and have to wait a whole extra year for them.

    Exactly this.

    I'll wait, hopefully our wait will be worth it though. If we could see LTE, a revamp of iOS 5 (specifically notifications) and a speed bump (dual processor) I will definitely hold onto my iPhone; for another 3 months with no issues!

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  • 100Teraflops
    Apr 11, 07:41 PM
    ;) I agree that it's crazy to pay full price. Everyone has to know someone in college or who can at least get an educational discount. I mean of several hundred bucks, make a friend. Otherwise, yes, simply 5-10 minutes on the net can yield you the full CS Suite and all the major plug ins. I think the total available in that time is about $3,500.

    I used the educational discount, but it cannot be upgraded to my knowledge. I bought Production Premium a few weeks ago and I seriously doubt I will receive an email for a free upgrade. Why should I? I paid next to nothing for the suite "as is."

    Although, I hope updates will be available, especially since support will be obsolete next April. I assume updates are support and they go to the wayside after April of next year?

    I never contemplated downloading a hacked version.

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  • FrankPaolino
    Mar 23, 05:22 PM
    I have shared this with some friends, and re-blogged it with attribution at:

    I wonder how many other people will try this if they have "buyers remorse" and return an iPad?

    Cool gesture on Apple's part.

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  • heron88
    Mar 4, 09:48 PM

    f/11 1/160 ISO100 22mm

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  • cvaldes
    Mar 28, 09:12 PM
    What's with the focus on 'sold out'? Simply limit your passes well below the projected numbers of participants, and there you go, sold out. It's just a math game and a marketing ploy.
    It's neither a math game nor marketing ploy.

    Apple is not artificially limiting the number of attendees. It's a facilities issue. They are at maximum capacity for this venue. It's not like they can simply print out 5000 more badges. The fire marshal would shut the place down.

    That's why local television coverage of professional sports have their blackouts lifted after a sellout. Not everyone who wants to watch can fit in the stadium/arena.

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  • neshkito
    Mar 8, 08:40 AM

    This is the most beautiful for me so far, Nice one !!!

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  • aafuss1
    Aug 8, 08:57 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)
    "* An unconfirmed forum post claims (http://forums.macnn.com/showthread.php?t=304580) that the Mac Pro CPUs are swappable."

    It's true. The Mac Pro service manual is now available to technicians, which includes instructions for replacing the CPUs.

    I confirmed it too-technicians who have the manual, can go to page 65/66 to see the 2 sockets.

    No Xserve manual yet.

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  • sonnys
    Sep 22, 02:56 PM
    OH good lord what a crock of poo. How can Wal Mart threaten Hollywood studios? What will Wal Mart do, stop selling DVDs and hurt its own retail business? Silly.

    I don't believe any of it.

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  • nateo200
    Nov 12, 06:20 PM
    @OP, this is very sad. I have been with the facebook app forever. Infact I use it more often than my PC! I hope I get push notifications though...it's a shame. The fb app was the first one I got and it's without a doubt my most used app next to safari if you can consider safari an app.

    I see this as an excuse for the developer to explore new horizons. Was it not the same "middleman process" when he first submitted the FaceBook app?? I'm sure it was; however maybe the recent changes are slowing final development to fruition & consumption.

    Still the web still has a LONG way to go to become so called "best mobile app" because not all data should be sourced in real time or pulled/pushed when needed by the user. Many places where wireless provider data is STILL not truely unlimited & thus restricted (Canadian providers ALL the incumbents STILL charge & cap a specific ceiling of 1-2GB monthly with few % on the offered/pulled 6gb of data; along with tethering restrictions/allowances and so called "fair use" policies).

    There are many applications that serve just as well or better with a single burst of data for 1 time & initial requests. Only specific changes in data which wold affect users are required and incremental.

    Some applications, like stock data for trading applications, world news events/reports - need and require a continuous stream of data. Issue is web based cloud "apps" (more like interfaces) change not only the data presented to the end user, but many times augmenting the GUI layout which most of the times is not needed; this lacks in efficient data streaming, and more data bucket usuage & costs to the end user.

    There is a HUGE reason why WML/WAP1.1 failed, and why WAP2.0 is in a static state of developmental evolution and suits feature phones, and not smartphones.

    Yes I'm aware of HTML5 and what GoogleWave presents - but it proves that the GUI layout consistently changes due to new data streams and provides great event notifications - but its NOT suited for a battery packing handheld smartphone/feature phone device. To put it simply developers that code specifically to the web think of Desktops/Laptops (and recently MIDS) First & Foremost; mobile is thought up of only after mass consumption of their work is taken noticed. THAT is the issue.

    Smartphones are THE MOST PERSONAL and trusted computing platform and thus heavily guarded by the end user. As such there NEEDS to be some kind of regulation, to what extent can be argued and never resolved for the next 10yrs - but it cannot nor should NOT be left to the end user!

    At one point in the future, a smartphones evolution as a mobile device to a lifestyle personal companion should be as easy, as free, and as care free to use as our voices, words and hands (in any language, context & intent) and evolve as such. The only limitations are common sense, experience, and specific laws & moral aptitude for their uses.

    Wow, that is thinking different. I think I'm high!!
    *tears* that was beautiful...

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  • Mess
    Mar 25, 04:44 PM
    I just downloaded the update, it told me something failed and I need to restore my iPhone. I am on try 3 and it is still failing every time it tries to restore. It's giving me error code 1013. I would stay away from this update for at least a day or two until others give feedback. It doesn't seem to be that critical of an update anyways.

    As stated below, You just need to fix the host file. It gave me the same error earlier too :rolleyes:
    It's not bricked. You've been using TinyUmbrella, so it didn't allow the baseband to get updated. Fix your hosts file and it will be fine.

    Easy way to sort it, just put a hash in front of any lines that have gs.apple in and then try again!

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  • leekohler
    Apr 7, 01:56 PM
    It can cause a lot of problems when people misinterpret or don't understand it. And lots of modern believers do avoid reading the old testament, especially books of the law like Leviticus and Deuteronomy (because they can be hard to understand).

    For me personally, I enjoy reading the narratives of old testament figures like Abraham, David, Joshua, Moses, Solomon, Isaac, etc. etc. These people were far from perfect and much of what we learn from them is in taking note of the mistakes they made. It gives me comfort knowing that if God can use them then he can possibly use me despite the numerous mistakes I make.

    Then there are the accounts of people like Job and Joseph. These stories provide such great encouragment as you see how they navigated and overcame such great hardship. Reading their stories provides hope.

    Wisdom and poetry books like Psalms and Proverbs are also encouraging and easy to read with their straight forward style and memorable sayings.

    I'd encourage everyone to read the Bible. Even if you don't believe it is divinely inspired you can still learn from the collective wisdom of what it contains. It seems that the atheist book the OP started this thread about would contain a good collection of human wisdom and knowledge. I don't know about it being representative of the beliefs of all atheist, but it most likely contains good information from the experiences of those who have gone before us. I would like to think that non-believers could view the Bible in much the same way regardless of whether they believe in God.

    Great question lee, thanks for asking. :)

    I've read it about sixteen times, thanks. ;)

    Jan 11, 01:24 PM

    1. Airport Express 2.0 with support for video streaming or (Airtunes 2.0)

    2. Wireless AppleTV

    3. WiMax or 3G integrated with new MacBooks

    4. Slingbox to iPhone (as already rumored)

    5. Some sort of iTunes integration with in-flight entertainment

    6. Super-light MacBooks

    Aug 24, 08:06 PM
    this is all very strange. there's nothing about the recall on apple's front page, and the recall page isn't easy to find.

    I'm guessing that as soon as Apple sort out the recall page, they'll post a link on their main page and send out a "Hot News" page, etc.

    I've tried entering serials for two laptops with their batteries, and both times the computer's SN was given the ok, but the battery didn't make it.

    I'm just hoping that when they sort this out, my batteries go through, because one of them is totally dead. :P
    www.apple.com At the bottom of the page there is a link saying 'iBook G4 and PowerBook G4 Battery Recall'

    Mar 1, 03:28 PM
    Did a photographic tour of Route 66 in New Mexico this summer. This is my favorite from Gallup, NM.


    May 5, 07:11 AM
    you know this isn't real, right? This is one of those BS stories that Apple begins to spread internally to see where the leaks are...to test their employees. I'm sure it was only told to a few people in the organization to see where they were coming from.

    I highly doubt you're going to see a 3D iPad any time soon.

    Mar 29, 09:08 AM
    Give us a strong iOS and MacOSX upgrade this summer and then follow it up with a new iPhone in October and a retina version of the iPad and iPod Touch in the fall and Apple would be on fire for the holidays.

    October isn't in Fall?

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