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  • balamw
    Oct 2, 07:10 PM
    Perhaps DVD Jon's business model in this instance primarily revolves around getting Apple to pay him off...
    LOL. I am a bit surprised that they haven't made him a job offer already w/ decent options.

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  • marddin
    Nov 11, 08:36 AM
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  • Compile 'em all
    Jul 22, 08:21 AM
    I'm sorry, but these video stunts are just bogus and have no credibility. Clearly on 3 of them the person holding the phone is applying a lot of vice-like pressure and squeezing the phones as hard as possible. You can see the arm shaking from applying so much force and the thumb turns red. Do they think people are that stupid? That is far removed from realistic usage of the phones, whereas the problem with the iPhone 4 is just touching it in a certain spot.

    Apple is making it worse because instead of just being honest and forthcoming, they are now lying and trying to distract from the real issue. People will be understanding and wouldn't care if Apple would just be contrite, educate people about facts and make an attempt to rectify the situation. They did that by giving away the bumpers and sharing the data about dropped calls which helps their case that it is still a great phone, but everything else they have done damages their brand. Their attempt to mislead people from the facts is not helping.

    What real issues?

    Apple are selling iPhones as fast as they can make them.

    Aside from a tiny minority on the internet, the avg. joe is out there enjoying and using their new iPhone. If it was a big issue as the media portrayed it, Apple wouldn't be selling a single unit.

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  • anjinha
    Apr 27, 05:19 PM
    What if??

    Because if they used the men's washroom they would be swamped by men trying to 'make' her a real woman.

    Better she stays in the woman's loo. Far safer.

    I meant that supposedly the issue is that women don't feel comfortable having men in the bathrooms because they'll look and stuff. What if instead of men there's a lesbian there? Isn't that the same thing?





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  • snberk103
    Jan 15, 04:43 PM
    One thing I think people need to keep in mind about the MB Air... it's NOT a replacement laptop or a replacement workstation!

    Stop looking for the big power and flexibility! It's a product designed for the road warrior. Someone that is always on the road and needs a light but functional laptop will find the Air useful and not a bad value compared to others on the market in the category.

    People should look at the MB Air as a technology demonstration of whats possible and what will come in the future to more laptops... I'm guessing the next MB's and MB Pros are going to be thinner and have solid state drives as an option.

    All I'm saying is keep it in perspective... the MB Air is NOT FOR EVERYONE!

    I'm not the target market for the MBA, and I suspect most of us on MR aren't either. We like our Macs for more 'technical' reasons. So while I can appreciate the technology and looks of an MBA, I would never buy one for myself - it doesn't do what I need it to do. However.... My wife, who is a road warrior, is starting to sound intrigued specifically because it had "less". Less size, Less weight. Less energy consumption (longer battery life).

    Harddrive specs? She uses not quite half of her existing 80gigs. CPU specs - Does it run Word? Safari? MSN Messenger? Optical Drive? I'm the only one who uses it (I'm her IT dept). Firewire? Same as the optical drive.

    She sees her MBP as a tool with which to research, and to write, and to play the occasional song while researching and writing. And solitaire. She is also a missing demographic in Apple's market. Look at the airport lounges full of Mac users. The majority are men and likely in a media or tech field. Not all, but a majority.

    For my wife (and others like her) the specs that matter to her are weight - she travels with carry-on luggage only - even for 1 or 2 week trips. Size - she is not a lumberjack - that 1 kg savings over her MBP is *huge*. Does it run the non-media centric apps that are her livelihood? Yes.

    The deal breaker for her was the ethernet port. Still is if she can't use it and a USB memory stick simultaneously. Maybe I'll get her current MBP in a year when Apple puts out Rev B of the MBA....





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  • rdowns
    Apr 17, 12:12 PM
    Awesome, to make enough time for this lets just forget everything after the Great Depression because it's not like that junk matters as much as gays being persecuted. Seriously, the Holocaust and the Rape of Nanjing are totally trivial events compared to the Stonewall riots. We should totally drop coverage of the bombing of Pearl Harbor to make room for a lecture on how NAMBLA doesn't represent gays. To top it off we should ditch the civil rights movement in favor of the White Night riots!

    :rolleyes: there is no time available to teach this, if we teach this something else gets whacked. As is we get to the 1930s by the tests which go to the 1980s...


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  • jhedges3
    Oct 3, 11:23 PM
    I don�t care as much about the Mac Phone any more. We�ve been talking about it for years. And with the exceptions of some phones that can play a song or two or three there has been nothing of the sort. Are we really supposed be filled with glee about an ipod that gets signal?

    The level of interest on MR about the Phone (and many other things, new wireless, video pods, etc.) is clearly a reflection of consumer want for advancements in function and form. But again and again Apple never fully addresses these wants.

    People on MR were probably buying into the early generations of the ipod. And although there were other mobile media devices that preceded them the ipods seemed like something different. That was October 2001 though. What has happened since? We�ve purchased other ones, which had more storage and different colors, but were the same thing. Do any of you see an end to this any time soon? Do you think the 6G and 7G will be anything but a little bigger and a little brighter? I know you want it to be, but will it be?

    And this pattern goes for most of their other devices. Are the current Mac Book Pros much different than say a PowerBook G4 from several years ago? What functionality does the current MBP have that a PB doesn�t or can�t?

    That�s only the positive side. The old PBs got crazy hot on your thighs. The new ones do the same. The next will do the same. The old batteries got terrible life after a few months of use. The new ones will be the same way.

    Perhaps they have to sell to a broader base now, perhaps their focus is in large part on getting new people, converts. If that�s as true as it has seemed for a while now I�m ready for an Apple 2 to come. The idea wouldn�t be to supplant them. Apple 1 would be better than they are now at selling to the former Compaq buyers of the world. Apple 2 would give everyone on MR everything they want as soon as they want it.





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  • Santabean2000
    Oct 4, 08:29 AM
    But he is building this house in the US, which apparently defines "mansion" as 8,000 sq ft or more.

    Yep, and the average US 'car' looks more like a tank to the rest of the world.

    Define your own boundaries, and call them normal. Nice.





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  • gnasher729
    Oct 5, 02:45 PM
    Methinks you don't have a good grasp of public key encryption. (Or at least how it's supposed to work).

    It seems that you got encryption and decryption mixed up.





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  • MacRumors
    Sep 25, 10:57 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Apple held their Photokina Media Event (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060914090209.shtml) today and announced Aperture 1.5.

    Aperture 1.5 provides more iLife inegration, plug-in support for Internet services, and advanced library and editing features. An early summary of features are listed:

    • More flexible use of storage. Photos on DVDs and other storage.
    • Offline media can be "edited"
    • iLife, iDVD, iWork, Keynote integration<
    • Plug-in API offered. Plug Ins for Gettyimages, iStockPhoto, and Flickr available, with more coming
    • New Loupe, Magnification no longer tied to specific settings/steps.
    •*Loupe shows color information
    • Improved Meta-data support, allowing meta data assigned to several images.
    • XMP format is supported
    • Better sharpening tool
    • New full-screen comparison mode for several images at once
    • iPod/iTunes integration. Transfer photos to your iPod

    It is a free update to existing Aperture owners and should be available later this week.

    Please keep discussion on topic. If you are disappointed with the media event for lack of other announcements, discuss it in the Media Event thread (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060925104838.shtml). Otherwise, this thread is for Aperture





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  • Cinch
    Oct 3, 04:34 PM
    I believe the scope of a wireless iPod, or any other mass distributed wireless product, will go further than music and playlists. It�s already implemented in museums, etc. as downloadable tour guides; when you enter a town you can get your hands on local maps, local news, history; we might soon see ad boards that will allow you to download more info on products and services � there are endless possibilities.


    Your idea sounds a lot like Bill Gate's smart fridge telling the us that our milk is going bad and that we should buy a new carton the next time we are at the supermarket.:D :D

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  • slb
    Sep 12, 01:19 AM
    If it's just Disney, then there's not much point. The reason iTMS succeeded from the start was that it was simple and it had the largest library from which you could purchase single songs.

    The iTMS didn't start with the largest library or all the record labels on board.* Having Disney also means the studios it owns, like Miramax.* There will be a healthy selection of films for a first start.





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  • extraextra
    Aug 7, 02:55 PM
    I just saw a guy buy a 23" yesterday. Hope he got the new pricing for it!





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  • Simgar988
    Mar 17, 01:33 AM
    You're actually breaking the law by knowingly paying less. Especially breaking the law by acknowledging it online.

    Smart.... And honest... Congrats





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  • aarond12
    Oct 2, 03:23 PM
    Think about this: Apple is in hot water with some European countries for the "monopoly" Apple has with its iPod and iTunes Store.

    Could DVD Jon's venture help alleviate some of those country's worries?

    -Aaron-





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  • skellter
    Apr 5, 03:48 PM
    Where can I download this app or whatever it is! :) I really wanna see the iAd stuff.





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  • D1G1T4L
    Mar 17, 05:06 PM
    Love this forum for a good laugh. Obviously the OP was wrong with what he did but love laughing at all the holier than thou responses. :D





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  • Qwest905
    Apr 6, 01:34 PM
    for the wife
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    preordered for myself the playbook =)
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  • cbrain
    Sep 24, 02:33 PM
    I've just watched the video. Gizmodo really should be ashamed of themselves for that, it just isn't funny. It's disgusting.





    Calidude
    Apr 17, 08:10 AM
    More to the point, where do you draw the line? Should every school curiculum include the struggles of Jews, Blacks, Native Americans, Chinese, Muslims, Hispanics, Christians, Women, etc... gonna be kinda tough to fit all that in. Or does your plan draw the line somewhere? I mean are gay people more important than Native Americans? In terms of history, whom do you believe got screwed over more and whose struggles should be taught in school?

    If you were to walk onto the street and ask 100 people which group of people were persecuted the most out of blacks, Native Americans, Jews, women or gays, I'm pretty sure the majority of people would place gays last, out of those groups. Now a liberal state like New York, Hawaii or California may add gay history to their school programs, but don't expect to see it in the majority of the US States. It's simply not important to single out a persons sexuality to highlight their importance in history. Was Oppenheimer's religion put before his contributions to the bomb? I mean is there a little star next to his name with an annotation listing his religion?

    Maybe its just me. But I simply don't care if someone was black, blue, brown, Jewish, the Egyptian god Ra, whatever... its the persons contributions, not their ethnicity, sexual pref or religious affiliation that define(d) them. Treat people equally, not with preference.
    Well said.

    Most people here really don't get that accomplishments aren't being promoted so much as the homosexuality of the historical figures.





    Macnoviz
    Oct 3, 01:48 PM
    In other news, the pope today announced that he is Catholic. He also confesses to **** in the woods.

    No really, I expect quite a number of those things, but then at the end one more thing that nobody expects, not a phone, not another iPod, but something radically different. Just like the games at the last Stevenote, only bigger, something that will make you go Huh? :eek: Wtf ? :confused: Wow ! :) Now where's that credit card? :D





    Mikeadelic
    Apr 6, 06:54 AM
    There's another, much more messed up story (http://www.slashgear.com/apple-rejects-iphone-app-for-lack-of-functionality-later-releases-app-with-same-functionality-itself-06144635/) behind this app. For those too lazy to click on the link, basically Apple decided to reject a third-party app that has the same functionality as the iAd Gallery for -- get this -- "lack of functionality". Then it turns around and develops the exact same app.

    If what Apple has done here doesn't demonstrate anti-competitiveness, then I don't know what does.





    Mousse
    Apr 19, 10:56 AM
    They are horribly inappropriate, one "questionable" TSA lady groped my sister's boobs one flight,

    It's their job, we just have to deal with it. A few months back, a TSA agent groped my junk. I joked with him, "Linger any longer and you'll have to buy me dinner.";) He didn't even crack a smile.





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    Apr 21, 10:59 AM
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