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  • nwcs
    Apr 14, 12:23 PM
    Jailbreaking hole plugged?

    Of course since jailbreaks only happen because of security holes. So I hope Apple closes up security holes even if it means jailbreaking breaks. While I'd like Apple to make it possible to jailbreak easier I won't begrudge them this approach.

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 26, 06:08 PM
    Just touching it is not tactile feedback. That would be like saying a piece of paper provides feedback if you touch it. Feedback means a signal is sent back to the user to acknowledge the the pressing of the control. The 3G iPod buttons gave an audio click - that is aural feedback. They also showed things on the screen - that is visual feedback. But they didn't spring, or have a physical barrier that you push through, so there was no tactile feedback (i.e. nothing that can be physically felt) to let you know that you pressed the button.

    tactile |?taktl; ?tak?t?l|
    � of or connected with the sense of touch
    � perceptible by touch or apparently so; tangible
    � designed to be perceived by touch

    Tactile means that you touch it! If you touch something you get a tactile feedback from it, unless your finger is numb. Thus, if you're waving you hand over control, you get no tactile feedback. Whereas, even if the control doesn't push in, the simple act of touching a control does give tactile feedback. (Perhaps less tactile feedback than a control that does push in, but it still gives tactile feedback.)

    When you press a button on a dead iPod, it does nothing, and it feels exactly the same as pressing a button on a working iPod - no tactile feedback.

    Irrelevant. If you push a key on the keyboard of a dead computer it behaves the same as pressing the key on the keyboard of a working computer. So, by your logic, these keys that press down give no tactile feedback.

    Who said it was revolutionary? And it could consitute a none-touch interface. It depends on if the patent is describing the control or the entire iPod. If there is a cover, you are not touching the control (the screen underneath), but the cover over it - hence none-touch.

    My point was not to say that your suggestion was not possible, just that it was a small step above what already exists, as opposed to a revolutionary leap forward based on the description in the patent. Of course, for anyone who knows a little bit about patent writing and patent law, what's written in the patent is probably the broadest possible applications that Apple can think of to include in their patent.

    A better (i.e. more scratch-proof) cover would be better. Who cares about fingerprints? You can clean those off. I don't want to hover my finger over something to control it - I'd always have to be careful not to touch the screen (unless it was durable). Not very good when on a bus, train etc., where the vehicle is shaking.

    And if a better material were easily available, don't you think they'd be using it? :rolleyes:

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  • stroked
    Apr 27, 02:36 PM
    Nope, the thing you haven't understood is that I thought it was a Clever idea, as right after, the attackers left. Nothing "crappy" about acknowledging something which saved her from further sufferance. Of course, you interpreted my post as being insincere and cold, but it was merely an observation and never did I have the intention to be hurtful.

    No, but he assumed your intention was hurtful

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  • RodThePlod
    Jul 28, 02:34 PM
    Microsoft has waited WAY too long to make any type of impact on the portable music device industry. iPod has been around now for too long, and has too strong of a grip on the marketshare for anyone to try to threaten their hold. This Zune thing will have to have some aspect to it that is totally it's own for anyone to take any notice to it whatsoever.

    I just set up a webpage where you can cast your vote for Zune or iPod. Check out


    -- - for iPod users who love to travel


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  • 61132
    Jul 25, 09:21 AM
    ordered mine, the regular mm will go to another computer in the house.

    Should be here around aug 8th :)

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  • iTouch
    Oct 22, 01:10 AM

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    Which one is better?
    Nothing else really.

    I bought the same chair from the for under $200. It should be here tomorrow. Also bought an iPad 32GB. Should be here next week. I think I'm good for my wishlist for now.

    Edit: I stand corrected. Just played with the Magic Trackpad. Now I want one. Going to pick one up within a week or two.


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  • arnop
    Oct 31, 11:30 AM
    Why the hell not ?! :)

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  • ipader
    Apr 13, 02:21 PM
    How do these analysts earn money? Who ever pays them, should be fired. If we have to wait until September for the iPhone/iPod refresh, it's going to be 5 long and painful months putting up with all this crap everyday from the rumormill.

    The closest I could see to this might be a rebranded Samsung set that contains an ATV, sold by Samsung


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  • playaj82
    Jul 26, 02:02 PM
    Have you see the "gestures" video? It would be done by physically touching the iPod. No camera needed.

    Do you have a link? I have not seen them.

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  • spydr
    Jun 6, 10:14 PM
    That's what you get for apple licensing the 'one click' patent. ;)


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  • electric
    Apr 22, 11:17 AM

    Even if the chip was available, Apple would not use it. They would prefer to have it's customers buy a 3G phone, then have a need/want to buy the 4G in less than 2 years.

    His name is Steve Jobs and he approves of this logic.

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  • milo
    Aug 15, 01:58 PM
    The new features look pretty cool...but I generally think it's worth getting the upgrades just for fixes and optimizations.

    And from what people are saying, even this early beta of Leopard brings teh snappy.


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  • garethlewis2
    Jan 28, 06:48 AM
    This is a good time for Apple.

    They can choose todo two things.

    One. Attempt to satiate the readers of the Wall Street Journal. Sorry to brake it to you, but Walt Mosberg has more say in the running of the company, than every customer of Apple. The investers read WSJ, not MacRumors. This means milking the iPod line and iPhone lines until they have sold every variation they can. Then still make an absolute crap profit as nobody wants to buy their sellout products.

    Two. When you are ********* over by the stock market as Apple have been with massively inflated expectations, you have breathing space. Nobody in the stock market is expecting you to well. The investors have been told by the market analysts that the stocks are junk so sell. Apple can now quitely invest money into new products as nobody who has any money thinks Apple is going to come back. Announce new products that people want to buy. iPhones in Europe are about as useful as canines on bovine. The result. The stock price shoots up.

    I actually expect Apple to go with option One. Option Two is far too sensible.

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  • whooleytoo
    Jun 8, 06:46 AM
    Surprising how heated the debate on this can get - I think it's a great story.

    Boy makes mistake (as does mother, in not supervising him closely enough). The mother asks for help from Apple, and Apple complies even though they don't have to. The boy, and his mother are very unlikely to make the same mistake again - and the same holds for any parent reading this story! :p

    Sounds like a win - win - win - win scenario to me!


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  • rmwebs
    Apr 26, 01:35 PM
    nothing has even been released yet. why does a cloud have to run across multiple geographic locations? as long as it's online in the cloud it doesn't matter where it is.

    It'll be a pathetic excuse for a cloud if it'll only stream in the US (which if they continue with this 1 datacenter model will be the case). Amazon will beat them here, hands down. Have you seen how many datacenters they have?

    ^ That vs 1 datacenter...lets think...who's going to get the better performance...

    Also, the point of the cloud is redundancy. What happens WHEN the 1 datacenter goes down (e.g power problems, network problems, natural disasters, etc)? Apple's will be wiped out in one move, Amazon just fail over to another DC location.

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  • rhett7660
    Apr 30, 04:30 PM
    Both AAC ( and MP3 ( have licensing fees. It's also a complete mess on the MP3 licensing side.

    Great read. Thank you for the links! Kind of blows the open and free notion out of the water.


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  • maccompaq
    Feb 1, 09:37 AM
    Charlie, Charlie, when are you going to grow up?

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  • drakino
    Mar 14, 01:45 PM
    Wow, glad I avoided the Brea store, sounds like a mess.

    Ended up grabbing two from the South Coast location (one for myself, and one for work to develop with, as they let me go early to go stand in line). Arrived around 2:30, and the line was around 300 at that point, with it mostly outside. Thanks to the guy next to me for providing sunscreen, I got a bit of a tan but avoided a full sunburn.

    What was strange is that mall security would yell at anyone with a foldout chair, claiming it's a safety issue since it would block more of the sidewalk and not allow people to easily walk by without stepping into the road. Seems reasonable, until I noticed all the Apple employees just kept going up and down the road anyhow and security said nothing. Oh well.

    One tip an employee was passing along was to buy whatever model you could if they didn't have the exact one you wanted, then take advantage of the 14 day return policy later. Might be a bit rough for some people though with the expected stock shortages, but will also mean a likely appearance of the iPad 2 on the refurb side quicker then normal for folks looking to save a bit.

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  • ~Shard~
    Dec 1, 02:47 PM
    Honestly, this is great news. :cool:

    So many Mac users are completely ignorant and oblivious to the fact that their Mac is, contrary to popular belief, not that secure in some respects. Many Mac zealots and apologists will tout how bullet-proof OS X is, how it's nothing like Windows, how it's amazingly secure - well, it isn't in some cases.

    Sure, it's still better in many respects than Windows, but Mac users should not be lured into a false sense of security over these matters. They need to be smart with their systems and not take anything for granted. Hopefully reports like this will assist those people in seeing the light. As Mac marketshare increases and more of a spotlight is put on OS X, it will attract more people who will try and exploit security vulnerabilities and so forth, so now more than ever this type of information needs to be made known. And more importantly, Apple needs to agressively address such matters timely and effectively.

    OS X is great, but it isn't perfect. :cool:

    Dec 31, 01:44 AM
    I don't have a dog in this fight, but the question that runs through my mind is: if it's so easy, why do people struggle with it? Why are there entire industries built around people that struggle with losing weight on their own?

    What a lot of people don't know, is that sugar is addictive. It goes the same for coffee and sigarettes. If you need coffee or sigarettes everyday to keep you going, that means you are addicted to caffeine or nicotine. If you are craving for sweets... that means your pancreas is having a hard time keeping your bloodsugarlevel in balance.

    If you eat sugar, your bloodsugarlevel shoots up, and your pancreas reacts in a slow motion momentum by producing insuline to cope with that. So even when the sugar is already out of your blood, your pancreas is still producing insuline to cope with the enormous level of sugar earlier. As sugar is wearing out your pancreas, that slow motion momentum is becoming slower and slower over time.

    ...And that's when the addiction kicks in... as your insulinelevel is still sky high, due to the earlier high levels of sugar, that triggers some other system in your body to level out the insuline... and that is the need for sugar.

    So all in all, your bloodsugarlevels & insuline are in a downwards spiral, triggering eachother...

    A lot of people don't even know how depend they are on sugar, but you should really try it for yourself. Try not to eat any sugar (soda's, candy etc) for two weeks. You will probably start to notice that the first week you'll become aggrevated pretty easy... moodswings. You see the same with junkies trying to score.

    The good part is that you will sleep better, lose weight, sweat less and overall will be a happier person, less depressed. AND you'll probably won't develope diabetes. Diabetes is a worn out pancreas. (there are different types of diabetes, i know but it all comes down to the balance of sugar & insuline in your blood)

    Addicted to sugar comes with all the side-effects that addiction has: moodswings, denial of habit, cold turkey, aggression. But in the end, you will get & feel better, once you have accepted that you are controlled by sugar.

    You do however need a little sugar for the transportation of oxygen in your blood, but a normal eating patern will provide plenty. Diabetes patients sometimes have to get some bodyparts amputated due to the lack of oxygen that the blood is not capable of transporting anymore to the very ends of the bloodvessels. (google some pictures diabetes+amputation that will make you reconsider your soda & candy addiction)

    As for eating loads and loads of food: Your stomach is very flexible and can stretch a lot. Filling up your stomach every day, stretches it further and further. With that, the trigger from your stomach to your brain that says - I am full - slows down in the same rate. Getting the stomach back in the right proportion takes a few days.

    If you eat heavily, you'll notice that the next day you get hungrier earlier than the day before. That is that stomach that is still stretched out, and that signal to your brain that hasn't arived yet because your stomach is stretched and thus not full. Everybody knows that after being sick for a few days, you won't eat as much as before. You start with something small. That means your stomach finally had the chance to get back in normal proportion.

    The signal - full- from stomach to brain takes about 10~20 minutes. That time is the reason people overeat or feel bloated after a heavy dinner. You where stuffing yourself even when you where already full for the last 10~20 minutes of your meal.

    Apr 17, 07:59 PM
    To be honest, if you carry a TB to FW, RAID, PCIe expansions, whats the point of carrying an Air?

    Are you really going to carry all those? If you want to travel with the thing, just take what you need. I can see an Air + external 2.5inch RAID being a nice minimalist setup for video editing.

    Also, will they have to sacrifice a 2.0 USB port in order to intergrate a TB port?

    Sounds like a good trade.

    Idk why people say that the update affects only gamers. It affects almost everyone. OpenGLs, 3D, movies, etc.

    How does it effect movies? This new GPU is easily powerful enough to decode video. Do you watch all your movies on fast forward or something?
    And what are you using OpenGL for that needs that power? Most apps run fine without much acceleration.

    Although I do believe the CPU will have an amazing boost, I think the GPU sacrifice will be a very huge one. But only time will tell.

    Is it huge, or is it only 30%?
    These are all just rumours anyway.

    Apr 26, 02:50 PM
    12Mbps? you sure you didn't mean 1.5GBs?

    Thanks for pointing out the typo - I meant 12 Gbps.

    (original fixed)

    Oct 24, 08:24 AM
    I cant wait to get mine!!!

    I gotta wait to go into uni to order with HE store online

    I could order on the phone but online i will get �32 in nectar points, �32 in Tesco points and �10 in Sky points.. so worth waiting for �74 worth of points from all my loalty and credit cards

    Jul 25, 02:51 AM
    I hope we don't have something like this.

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