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  • Zwhaler
    Apr 15, 09:55 PM
    Agreed.
    http://att.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=222299&d=1271355038


    Owned that's all I have to say...





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  • rdowns
    Dec 13, 10:41 AM
    Will it come in white? :rolleyes:





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  • NAG
    Jan 11, 10:42 PM
    Before they posted the video they basically had a big post explaining why CES sucks and should go away. So I can believe it completely.





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  • DMann
    Jan 14, 01:52 AM
    Bill Gates was also a programmer at Apple, when Steve and company visited Xerox Parc and learned about the windows GUI concept. Bill took that concept when he left Apple and started Microsoft, then teamed up with IBM that was looking for a new OS to use with their PC's. Which they would later sell to corporate America, the government, and the military. Also with IBM clones, Windows PC's would become affordable for the average person needing a computer. Hence the reason there are more PC users than Mac users, but that is starting to change as Windows becomes less secure and more bloated.

    Bill Gates was never an Apple employee. He had already swindled IBM by selling them an OS which he didn't yet even have,
    put together his hacked QDOS, (literally, Quick and Dirty Operating System) and submitted that with redundant licensing and royalty
    agreements to IBM, well before agreeing to design MS Word for Mac. He borrowed the Mac computer, swiped code off of it, and hence
    designed (hacked) Windows 1.0 -- As far as working for Apple, one might say he was merely working against Apple.



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  • briand05
    Mar 28, 04:52 PM
    That is so crazy it's ridiculous. There is no evidence to support your statement. Mac OS X is not headed towards the "walled garden" universe that everyone seems to freak out over. Apple's just giving people who don't know anything about computers an easy way to purchase and find applications.

    I do agree, however, that by not including applications outside of the Mac App Store Apple is diminishing the value of the award. I believe it is within their right to do so, although I don't like it.

    I honestly wouldn't put it past Jobs. I really believe he wants the Mac to be a walled garden just like iOS.





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  • amin
    Sep 26, 02:19 PM
    I think this is fantastic news and can't wait to try Aperture 1.5. The only thing I don't like about Capture One is the lack of integration with iLife.



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  • rdowns
    Apr 12, 06:21 PM
    What a joke this illusion of airport security is.


    Video shows young girl receiving full pat-down from TSA (http://www.boston.com/travel/blog/2011/04/video_shows_you.html)

    The TSA's pat-down policy has been widely criticized, but a video that popped up on YouTube today illustrates the possibly absurd levels to which agents take the process.

    Here's a clip of what is said to be a six-year-old girl receiving a full pat-down from a TSA agent, who then apparently leads her to another area of the security checkpoint to perform a drug test. It's not clear whether the girl's parents elected not to put their child through a body scan, however the opening moments of the video do show a woman, believed to be the girl's mother, asking the TSA agent, "Can't you just re-scan her?"





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  • bushido
    May 3, 03:18 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; de-de) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    lol america



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  • Abstract
    Apr 9, 06:57 AM
    Other than keeping applications in self-contained folders, I don't see any of this as copying. Even so, having applications run as self-contained folders isn't even an Apple idea.

    Different Microsoft IE versions for mobile phones, and computers? OH NOES!! :eek:

    Built-in PDF reader?! OMG!! What next, will Windows let you resize windows from all 4 corners rather than.......oh wait, it already does.





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  • AndrewR23
    Mar 17, 01:40 AM
    lol.



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  • wovel
    May 4, 02:18 AM
    I don't really see why Apple will never do that. When Jobs said styluses are crap, obviously he didn't mean styluses as writing devices, he meant styluses as the way to interact with OS.
    Education applications seem to be of some importance to Apple, and stylus support is pretty much required to make iPad useful for students, for example.

    IMO, until the ipad gets this, which is entirely possible, it will remain more of a toy than a tool, and all these commercials will be nothing but fodder for the haters.

    there's nothing wrong with toys, and this is a nice one, but these lines about doctors, CEOs, etc., are just plain ridiculous.




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  • NebulaClash
    May 4, 08:15 AM
    I'm hoping by 2020 there's something out better than a trackpad, though.... I don't like them for long term usage (not comfortable, IMO). I'm thinking if Microsoft can do body tracking for XBox, it should be possible to do hand tracking for computers (e.g. put it on the webcam on a notebook. You could then do gestures and such in mid-air (e.g. touchscreen without getting fingerprints all over the screen. You could have templates for joysticks simulations, gun simulations, etc. Imagine just making a 'trigger' finger and playing a shooter game with no stick required.) I'd be thrilled if they could get voice interfaces and speech recognition/comprehension to work accurately so you could just talk to the computer for many things (ala Star Trek). Many things could be vastly improved over time.

    I'm sure they will be improved over time. The way I look at it is the iPod touch of 2011 is amazingly advanced over the original iPod of 2001. So I'm sure the iPad (and track pads) of 2010 will be amazingly advanced over the original iPad (and today's track pads) of 2010.

    In we could not have imagined (other than in SF) what an iPod would look like 10 years later. We got more than just obvious changes such as larger screens, thinner devices and color screens. We got apps and an App Store, and touch screens, and video, and syncing with Mobile Me across all your devices, and the ability to flip video from device to device, and switchover to SSD instead of hard disks, and books, and a port that allows add-on devices such as credit card readers, etc. etc.

    When society has a need (touch technology that could be improved), people find ways to improve it. I suspect you will love the touch pads of a decade from now (and probably the mouse technology too!).



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  • Willis
    Sep 12, 06:33 AM
    I cant believe how much press Apple is getting. It was never like this before. IE. when the battery recall was on the news, the BBC/ITV were camped outside of Regent street's Apple store talking about the batteries and what went wrong and what not, even though Dell was involved too. Bit harsh I think.

    But, it still suprises me about people and their iPods. I was at college the other day and someone had their iPod out. I pulled my first Gen iPod out my pocket and said "Now this is old school. You can only use this with a Mac" and the student said to me "Whats a Mac?"

    After explaining that the iPod is made by a company called Apple, which has made PC's since the 70/80s, he then replied... "oooh, those computers are rubbish"

    yeah, whatever you say mate...

    EDIT: sorry, just a rant really... but on topic!





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  • JoeG4
    Mar 18, 09:34 PM
    I admit, I do get sick of my iPhone-loving friends saying ew every time I bring out/mention my phone. Maybe they're jealous when we're in the same building they've got no signal and I've got some EDGE still. XD



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  • doubleatheman
    Apr 15, 06:15 PM
    total fake, its ugly, the writing is askew, no place for an antennia, and the edges look sharp, like they will hurt!





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 20, 05:15 AM
    Windows are purely OS for "work enviroment". OSX is for casual stuff.

    Cant imagine using freakin Miranda/ICQ/Trillian/Digsby piece of crap with MS Movie Maker and so on.

    Same as i cant imagine using Outlook/Excel on Mac OS.

    Windows is like Semi, gigantic ugly looking utility vehicle. Mac OS is like convertible ferrari - nice pus.sy magnet for everyday casual use.

    :rolleyes:



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  • Pared
    Apr 22, 11:52 AM
    Excuse me if this was already suggested:

    Perhaps allow a post that receives a certain number of dislikes to be "hidden" from a general view unless someone decides to view it by clicking on a link.

    Similar to how a moderator can you a deleted post, but for the general public.





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  • spydr
    Oct 5, 08:39 PM
    So when will Real be dead? I have a feeling that after our inevitable nuclear war, it'll just be cockroaches, twinkies and them. At least they'll be in good company.LMAO:D :D :D :D





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  • IxPxK
    Apr 5, 12:00 AM
    Ok yo dude ive got some ideas.
    1
    If he does get on some games like Halo 2 or anything and i send him a friend request and play with him i can find his ip. (learned from halo 2 bridging lol)

    2
    I have a hacker friend that can prob find the ip from his house lol. if we find it i will tell u and he will drop a ****ing virus bomb in his comp.

    3.Lawsuit. Your so close and u have logs and he is signing on. DO THE LAWSUIT GET A LAWYER NOW U WILL WIN NO MATTER WHAT. You dont have much time because he can sell it or stop getting on live


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    aaronsullivan
    Oct 3, 12:40 PM
    With Apple focusing on smaller amounts of products at a time and with all the potential announcements, I predict record numbers of disappointed rumor fed drooling frenzy folk.

    I love seeing what Apple does with iLife and iWork. I passed on the iWork update last year, I wonder if ol' Steve will convince me this year. I really like iWeb in principle, but we have been juggling computers at home too much to have a good central place for all the pictures and movies... that's due to MacBook intermittent shutdowns... an entirely different issue. Still, we haven't skipped an iLife upgrade since the beginning. We probably won't this year, either.

    The good news (in a way) is that there is tons of room for improvement in iPhoto and iWeb. Maybe that was the plan.

    Ramble, ramble...





    JForestZ34
    Mar 17, 04:23 PM
    I feel bad for the kid who's not going to have a job because a costumer was too American to be honest and tell him that he did not pay the correct amount.

    What is American coming to? I think I'll move to Japan.


    If the kid didn't make sure he had all the money than it's all on him.. He's the one working the register.. He's supposed to make sure it's paid for..


    I don't feel sorry for him.. This is how you learn....


    James





    Galex
    Sep 12, 07:40 AM
    The Swedish Itunes Music store is down too, but not the general Apple Store yet.

    /Galex





    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.





    strabes
    Apr 29, 03:47 PM
    Bummer, I really liked the iOS-style scrollbars. My favorite thing about Lion is the inverted scrolling. It feels more natural on a touchpad once you get used to it.



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