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  • monaarts
    Apr 14, 02:24 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I am going with either universal apps for iOS and Mac or appletv. Nothing else makes sense.

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  • rdlink
    May 4, 04:45 AM
    OMG....I would NEVER take information as fact from an "ATT customer service agent". I have received so much wrong info or even been dare I say lied to, I would never trust what a random ATT rep said.

    Not to mention, the service reps are so far down the chain of command, they would not have info on when the next iphone is being released.

    Exactly. An AT&T rep could tell me the sun is shining and I would have to verify for myself. They are masters of:

    A. Not knowing what the ****** they're talking about.

    B. Making something up to get you off the phone.

    One of the many reasons I will never again give AT&T a dime of my money.

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  • mozmac
    Jul 28, 11:51 AM
    Microsoft sounds like it wants to start a revolution in the music industry, but they don't know how to do it. And besides, the music industry just went through a revolution with Apple, so consumers don't want to go through it again.

    A part of me wants to say Microsoft should just stay out because they have no experience, but look at the spalsh they made with the Xbox. People said the same thing to Microsoft back then. The video game market was crowded and seemingly had no room for another player, especially one who eats Rabbit poo for breakfast, but somehow M$ muscled its way in there. I just don't see the same thing happening this time with Zune-i-wanna-go-stick-my-hand-in-a-crocodile's-mouth.

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  • mojohanna
    Oct 18, 06:39 PM
    Yes, thank you. At least someone else out there is emotionally distanced enough from the iPod and the Apple entertainment sector to be a bit objective.

    Innovation: just what happened to Apple's innovative spirit when it comes to computers? The latest Mac Pro was fitted into the existing (and way oversized) G5 case. The MacBook was disappointing in that - proportionally - Apple did not shrink it at all or make it lighter than its predecessor (a design which had been in existence for about four years). There are more things, but I really don't want to sound like a troll here...

    Apple needs to come out with new computer models that are unlike anything else out there. What about a tiny, thin ultraportable? What about a smaller tower, so those of us that want a pro computer don't have to invest in an oversized monster (which is larger than any PCs in the market that I am aware of). Aren't computers supposed to get SMALLER as the technology advances? Why is Apple obsessed with making the iPod smaller and smaller, but does not care as much about its laptops and desktops?

    The answer: profit, or course. The iPod is Apple's cash cow. And this, my friends, is what I mean when I say that Apple needs to be partitioning off a little of its innovative energy that it is putting into its entertainment sector and bring it back to the computer line.

    Understood now?

    OK, now fire away :)
    Maybe it is because most of the resources and dollars were going into the new intel archetecture. Not enough time and too drastic of a change to entirely redo the form factor as well. Jesus what else did you want? Rebuilding of the great wall? An overhaul of the IRS taxcode? One step at a time my friend, one step at a time.


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  • peapody
    Sep 13, 06:33 PM
    ^^^The food's pretty good. I was never disappointed.

    Nice edit.:D

    Tried to be good to the mods to reduce their headache. haha..but alas a purchase is a purchase.

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  • TheUndertow
    May 3, 08:20 AM
    They're probably facing some shortage of SSD drives. If you want a BTO with SSD it says 2-3 weeks for the 21" and 4-6 weeks for the 27". Crazy

    Agreed...think it has something to do with the whole "tsunami, nuclear disaster in Japan.


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  • mikeschmeee
    Apr 3, 10:17 AM (

    I purchased some new parts for my car :)

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  • ericinboston
    Apr 11, 02:23 PM
    Could this be the eventual end of usb altogether?

    nope...USB is gonna be here longer than the floppy disk. USB's already got 15+ years under it's belt. Floppy disk essentially was here from 1978-2000 for the personal computer market. Roughly. 22 years.

    Although USB 3.0 is certainly welcome for the faster speeds, it is really not needed for some devices like keyboards, mice, and printers. Again, everyone loves speed, but going to 3.0 is not a need for many devices. Not to mention that going to 3.0 is backwards compatible so there is far far less risk for someone to invest in 3.0 than to move to TB.

    My bet is USB will be here easily until 2025...but of course other technologies may limit USB's importance (and thus USB may be for the basic stuff like mouse, keyboards, etc)


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  • tomokun
    Jul 24, 04:40 PM
    I dont think I could ever go to a Mighty mouse, however i always thought that it should have been bluetooth. I have a bluetooth apple mouse (that came with my iMac) and my Logitech MX1000. The logitech is much more comfortable, i cant stand using the small apple mouse for long periods of time.

    I could see this as better than mightymouse, however its nothing to make me want to buy one. The logitech is better.

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  • wovel
    Apr 13, 07:44 PM
    Oh, this rumor, again (like the 4th time?)... :eek:


    I am not sure why it won't die. I suppose they might, I just can not think of any reason why. The Apple TV as a STB is a much better fit for them. Might they sell this to tv makes as an embedded option. Maybe. Will they make their own TV, I still don't see the point.


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  • carlgo
    Oct 1, 08:51 AM
    It's interesting how cell service works. Here's a simplistic summary:

    Only a certain number of users can use a tower at any given time. There is only a certain range of frequencies that can be used. All towers use these same frequencies. This means that each tower must not overlap the others in terms of coverage area and frequenceis. To ensure this, companies actually use different frequency ranges on adjacent towers. Further limiting how many users can use each tower.

    The solution to this is to create smaller cell sites that cover a smaller area (and therefore will have fewer users at any given time). The problem with this is that each new cell site requires a new tower. With all the opposition to new tower construction it can take months or years to get approval to build one.

    With the massive growth in cell usage companies are having to create smaller and smaller cell sites. Because of the way the system works putting up one new tower requires the reconfiguration of all the adjacent towers. Their signal area must be changed, their frequencies must be changed and it all must be integrated together.

    When you get a dropped call, it's usually because you are moving into another cell site (serviced by a new tower). Your call must be handed off to the new tower. If this new tower is at capacity or overloaded, failures happen.

    This is why it sucks for very high density areas.

    Luckily in Minneapolis we have very good AT&T coverage. I get very fast 3G speeds and <1% dropped calls everywhere I go. Thank you urban sprawl for spreading everyone out.. When I was in NYC I noticed by data speeds were much slower. I didn't make enough calls to have any problems with that though.

    Nice explanation. It seems that the whole idea of cell towers is unworkable. You think it is bad in the cities? Even semi-rural areas have no coverage at all.

    There has to be an entirely new technology for this, or the use of satellites or aircraft instead of silly towers. C'mon Apple, solve this problem.

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  • santaliqueur
    Apr 22, 09:28 AM
    Corporations are evil.

    Evil? Corporations are the only reason we are able to have the internet, computers, cars, phones, televisions, movies, frozen food, high quality clothing, life saving medication, and countless other things you take for granted.

    But yeah, screw those guys.


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  • mc68k
    Dec 2, 12:36 PM
    i'm already over it, in the grand scheme of things it doesn't matter too much. if i were to be credited all the stuff over the years i should have been im sure id have 100s of thousands more points :(

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  • liquidsnake621
    Sep 30, 03:14 AM
    well then maybe i'll pay 30% of my bill... =P


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  • Aduntu
    Apr 14, 04:18 PM
    The addition of gestures is certainly not the result of this update. I installed the update on an iPad and gestures weren't included. After configuring the iPad for development within Xcode, the gestures option appeared. It's still for developmental purposes only.

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  • CarlHeanerd
    Apr 28, 10:47 PM
    What can I say? White is phat...


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  • mainstreetmark
    Apr 26, 12:06 PM
    No real surprise here. Apple has been charging for MobileMe. Why not this service.

    Just ruined my freakin day. I was really hoping it would be an added benefit instead of a paid feature.

    Ick. :rolleyes:
    Why would I pay for that?

    Should have bloody known >:(

    Well they won't be charging me.

    You wouldn't consider paying $20 per YEAR?

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  • tullys
    May 4, 03:40 AM
    No offense but customer service reps will say anything

    Anyone who's had to phone any call-center in the last 10 years would surely know that if there's no chance of a sale being closed, CS reps will say whatever is needed to get you off their line.

    Anyone who's had to phone any call-center in the last 10 years would surely know that if there's a chance of a sale being closed, CS reps will say whatever is needed to get the stat as quickly as possible and get you off their line.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 25, 11:29 AM
    You're well meaning Rodimus so I'll tone down my response. Do you not think it's a little misogynistic to suggest women stay under the protection of a man? I also don't think that clothing even makes all that much difference as a rapist would typically forcibly remove it anyway. I've been the victim of a few sexual assaults in the past and I wasn't dressed particularly noteworthily at the time. Though every time I go out clubbing I don't really wear much at all, yet have never had trouble walking back through leeds at 5AM.

    Sorry was not trying to be too sexist there and not no they do not always need to be under the protection of a man.
    It is more one of those depending on the area. Most areas it is not really a big deal but in others it would be a better idea. It is just one of many tools in a rather large inventor to help manage your risk profile.
    It ones of those it depends things.

    Jul 25, 01:20 AM
    Wave your hands in the air controls?

    Wait, I've seen that before somewhere?! Hmmmmm.

    As long as I don't have to wear those gloves. uuugh.

    Did anyone here ever play Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time? That came out before Minority Report and they had this kind of non-touch interface, but they didn't have to wear funny gloves! ;)

    Mar 31, 10:55 AM
    Jesus, not keen on the cartoon look. The animations and fluidness - yes, more please. Cartoon-like interface - no thanks.

    Why don't they make all the UI the SAME?! They seem to like having every app a little different. Different Toolbar/right click on dock/window's surrounds/window manipulation. Just make everything the damn same please.

    Apr 29, 02:56 PM
    Amazon knows something that we dont

    Apr 22, 12:17 AM
    There's only so much one can do with smart phone styling.

    You should argue that in court on Samsung's behalf. Sounds like a winner. :rolleyes:

    Oct 14, 11:37 PM
    We moved up a rank today some how. :eek: As well the number of active users is increasing. I kind of think us talking about it here seems to be helping! I might just set my signature back to something about folding tomorrow at some point.

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