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  • Hisdem
    Apr 9, 01:03 PM (
    Yellow Beast ( by Hisdem (, on Flickr

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  • Chimera
    Oct 18, 04:47 PM
    Where are these figures?

    The first, third, and fifth are units while the second, forth and sixth are revenue.

    The first two are the last quarter, second two the year ago quarter, and third two are this quarter.

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  • AppleInLVX
    Apr 26, 12:08 PM
    Apple charging for a service that should be free with the hardware? Inconceivable!

    I'll stick with my local storage, thanks. If you want to do me a favour, Steve, give me my calendar, contacts and email for nothing. Or don't. Google does, and I've been quite content so far.

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  • dukebound85
    May 2, 02:19 AM
    What about those who lost their lives in 9/11? They probably deserved to live, but can you give them life back?


    Like I said - the world needed him alive, and I wish they had just captured him instead. Nothing constructive comes out of cheering over somebody else's death.

    Um, are you not the same person who applauded the Columbine shootings and wished you had the balls to do something similar back in the day?:rolleyes:

    I remember that thread very well before it was forgive me if I do not share the same opinion as you


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  • �algiris
    Mar 31, 10:34 AM

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    Jul 25, 11:24 AM
    the new consumer MacPro tablet... 1" thick, 15" widescreen, :cool: touch or non-touch inputs (u choose) bluetooth keyboard included (virtual keyboards suck). Built in stand. Face of device is ALL SCREEN with very narrow margins. Face is ballistic glass, tough and virtually scratchproof. Trackpad like the current notebooks, but virtual.

    $1500. 2.0 core duo. ($500 more for dual core duo.) 2 gig ram standard.

    Steve also announces CS available NOW.

    Edit: Frosted ballistic glass. And the entire front is imbedded with some sort of 'invisible' solar panel array so that the device self charges when off (or maybe even when it is on?)


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  • unobtainium
    Apr 15, 02:54 PM
    I can't wait for Lion. Like a lot of people, I was first brought into the Apple world by iPhone/iOS, so bringing successful elements of iOS over to the Mac sounds like a great idea to me.

    iCal doesn't even look that bad, IMO (not the most "professional" look, maybe). I'm really curious to see whether Apple will change it given the bad feedback it seems to be receiving (here, at least).

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  • c.hilding
    Dec 4, 12:41 AM
    I agree. Tough love is best here. It's better to have the vulnerabilities exposed in this manner than in a live scenario. Let's just hope the press from this is enough for Apple to fix the problem before we have something bigger than a proof-of-concept exploit.

    Yeah, when the poll was loading I expected 80-90% to be concerned about security, turns out only 40% are. So many ignorant "blissful" people that excuse Apple and think "It's Apple, of course it's safe". Obviously it's not. Ten serious exploits in about as many days of looking (they spent 30 days total, about an equal amount on linux and mac, and the rest on other OS's, so 10 should be right) and that is just scratching the surface. I was shocked that Apple actually had so many vulnerabilities, and for those that didn't find it scary that someone can install a program with kernel access simply by having you download their dmg file (not even opening it), well they're just being silly and need to realize that this is and some extremely bad things can happen if we are to go by that analysts words (saying OS X is not hot on security and that it is easy to find new hacks). :p


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  • bpaluzzi
    Apr 14, 10:24 AM
    Besides the arguments about this not really making sense from a business perspective, I'm not sure how it would work from a set-up perspective.

    So you have the Apple TV built-in. Great. So you get your programs direct to your TV. Great. Except that you don't want the audio there. You want the audio in your receiver, so you can power your surround system. So now you're running a wire out of the TV and into your receiver. God, how clunky.

    This is why a set-top box makes MUCH more sense. One wire out of the box goes into either your TV directly (if it's a small system, bedroom set, etc.), or direct into your receiver, where the audio and video can be handled correctly.

    Content in a "living room" TV just doesn't make sense to me. It's one of the reasons (IMO) why you don't see integrated DVD players on big tvs (where they'll be used with a full surround system), but you do see them on small "bedroom" TVs.

    Dunno... am I the only one thinking this?

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 27, 05:57 PM
    lol. you have a huge boulder on your shoulder.

    Newbie, your valuation counts for almost nothing.


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  • thogs_cave
    May 3, 07:44 AM
    The previous-gen i7 iMac was tempting me to replace my 2008 8-core Pro, as the 27" I have at work is pretty fast. Since I want to save space and was planning on a new screen, I'm right on the edge. Thunderbolt really eliminates my need for PCIe slots, and I would love to regain some desk space.�

    I'll never say, "too fast", but for the audio work I do, these are plenty fast enough.

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  • alent1234
    Oct 2, 11:35 AM
    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.

    or lobby your local government not to oppose new towers because a few idiots think it spoils the view


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  • dernhelm
    Oct 19, 07:39 AM
    Is there anything really innovative there? I don't think so. Yes, MacPro is an example of beautiful engineering, but there's not much innovation in there.

    So what are you expecting? The computer industry hasn't been truly innovative since the first ICs were produced. I suppose you could claim the invention of the mouse was relatively innovative, but certainly not the addition of the keyboard - those had been used in typewriters for years! For the rest of it, all it is is binary mathematics - with short and long term storage - this was all stuff mathematicians had a handle on for millenia. Nothing innovative there right? The internet? Not really innovative, people had been connecting PCs together with serial and parallel cables for years before that. The internet did it better, but so what? To be truly innovative, you must come up with something that no one else has ever done, right?

    In case you hadn't noticed, pretty much everything in the computer industry had been done before, or can be seen as an adaption of something else. So by your definition, there are no new ideas and therefore no innovation anywhere. Which leads me to ask, what innovative things are you looking for, that you feel you can criticize Apple for not being innovative enough?

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 28, 12:23 PM
    No in bogo they BOTH make money. Verizon, Att, Tmobile and Sprint have already paid retail for the phone before customers recieve the contract price. Apple, Samsung, HTC etc have already made their money. Telcos now have to make their money over time with the contract. Telcos now have to make their money over time with the contract.

    One must assume the carrier would prefer to sell an iPhone, where they don't have to make up the cost of a "free" Android phone over time. Carriers thus would want to sink more advertising dollars and apply more sales pressure for the more profitable iPhone.

    Again, let's get the iPhone on Sprint and T-Mobile and see how it all plays out.


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  • hayesk
    Mar 31, 08:40 PM
    That's terrible. I use a computer because I don't want to use paper. And I don't want to see paper on my computer screen. Bone-heads. Need to get rid of these old paper-centric fogies at Apple.

    Really? I use the a computer because it is easier to enter, store, and edit information. Not because I don't want it to look like paper. The less "high-tech" a computer looks, the better, in my opinion. It makes it more friendly and approachable.

    I'd like to see some testing done on whether these "like the real thing" UIs help. This leads to every window looking different, and while that may sound awful, it might be easier to see the window you want out of a see of windows. It also leads to the app being more approachable.

    As for the distraction argument, full screen mode is supposed to eliminate that, so if iCal is in the background, you'll never see it. There's also the Hide function in every app.

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  • masterjames
    Apr 15, 01:48 PM
    Oh my! I downloaded the software update for Developer Preview 2 and now I just have a blank white screen when I reboot.

    I have tried to reboot multiple times and I have let the computer set for a while with no change. Still just a blank white screen.

    Well, I am able to run it by booting into safe mode. After running in safe mode and then rebooting, it cleared a startup cache and then it booted up in normal mode, but crashed with a grey screen immediately to power the computer off. I am still able to boot and run in safe mode okay.

    I am using a new 2011 MBP 13" with 8GB RAM and the i7 CPU.


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  • Damtoft
    Apr 22, 04:31 PM
    yuk, looks awfull :eek:, I highly doubt its gonna look like that

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  • zync
    Aug 1, 12:28 PM
    Actually, you know what I missed out?
    SpotLight! .... :rolleyes:

    Don't have any use for Expose, but I use Spotlight quite a bit.

    Panther was fine for me; if I'd stuck with that version, then I probably would have been OK.

    That's a neat trick, but it's still a crash. ... :)

    OSX was my problem, which I did find surprising.

    I think we're just polar opposites. I've been fine with all versions of OS X. I use Expos� all the time but I may have used Spotlight like 5 times. Of course if we had Tiger at work I'd probably use it a lot more!

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  • kirk26
    Apr 14, 10:55 AM
    It's 100% confirmed there is going to be both black and white iPhone 5.


    Apr 12, 02:14 PM
    Ah, so ultimately there will still be 7+ cables, just not connected to the computer itself.

    If it's connections to your laptop, that's a win right there. Once you've set up the other connected devices, you won't have to mess with them whenever you go somewhere with the laptop.

    Apr 21, 10:36 PM
    Take the fight to them Sammy! Don't give in to the bully that Apple has become.

    Even more entertaining is the fact that Apple is so arrogant they fail to realize how stupid they look.

    Suing their biggest vendor.

    It doesn't get any more stupid than that.

    Apr 26, 07:24 AM
    i sometimes miss my imac. sold it in favor of mid 2010 15 mbp.

    Aug 15, 03:02 PM
    I like the safari updates like the warnings and ability to consolidate tabs into one window. Those are some little things I've wished for.

    There are some add-on's available to accomodate some of these today, but I'm happy to see them finally being integrated into the app itself.

    Apr 25, 09:47 AM
    i hope this is true!

    i am a 4G contractor right now here in T-mobile and i'll tell you HSPA+ is not as fast as verizon LTE but hey, there is no cap! right now im testing HSPA+ and im getting 4mbps on mytouch.

    i hope this merging will not push thru.. or else, at&t will only butcher t-mobile good network..

    4mbps on hspa+ ? We've been getting 4mbps speeds for a few years now.

    You know, t-mobile starting this nonsense of hspa+ as 4G, they deserve to have their network butchered.

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