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  • alexprice
    Jan 9, 04:43 PM
    It does now!

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  • FFTT
    Nov 24, 07:25 AM
    This is a great sale for those who do not qualify for the education discount.

    My friend is buying an iMac for his girlfriend and I think he'll end up pulling the trigger today online.

    It's only $101.00 off, but that's enough to cover a few extras.





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  • snberk103
    Apr 17, 04:43 PM
    What security problem?

    You know what kills more Americans than terrorism every year? Peanut allergies. Swimming pools. Deer running in front of cars.

    Pat downs, body scanners, and TSA in generally are about "security theater." The government puts on a big show so the poor little sheep who are afraid of the big bad muslim wolves feel better.

    So how about we all stop letting politicians play on our fears, stop feeding money to the contractors who design useless crap like body scanners and stop giving up constitutional rights all in the name of preventing a "danger" that's significantly less likely to kill you than a lightning strike.

    I believe that's faulty logic. Using seat belts has cut the number of fatalities for car passengers by 50% to 75% (depending on the rate of seat belt usage in a jurisdiction - USA/Canada). Because very few people are now killed in car crashes, you are saying we should stop enforcing the seat belt laws?

    Or because so many fewer people are now dying due to drunk driving we should stop enforcing those laws?

    I'm not sure your logic supports your conclusion.





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  • CplBadboy
    Jul 21, 05:10 PM
    LOL! Yeah it might drop a few bars but it doesnt show no service like the iP4.

    The iP4 drops calls and shows no service thats the issue not how many bars it drops.

    makes me laugh that Apple are doing everything they can to divert everyones attention away from the REAL ISSUE - HARDWARE DESIGN FAILURE.

    And Apple know that everyone will get bored posting soon on this issue and therefore it will really become an non issue.

    Apple aint gonna do sht about this.



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  • toke lahti
    Jan 15, 06:22 PM
    To all of you saying Blu-Ray, do you really think Apple is going to put that in their computers if they are trying to get digital distribution to work? I just don't see it happening.
    Apple also claims to be pro choise for pro video content creation.
    Can you imagine pro video without blu-ray in 2008?
    Once again pro choise is no choise...
    Next dissapointment time will be wwdc at summer?
    Maybe they don't update xraid to make demand for TimeCapsule also ;)





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  • Warbrain
    Dec 13, 10:53 AM
    Haha, nope.

    This is the company that released an EDGE phone as it's first model. No way they're jumping to LTE this early in the game.



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  • twoodcc
    Aug 17, 06:55 PM
    Hmm, I have a machine with 3 cards and one of them runs at 90c while the others run at 70+. the other machine with 3 cards all run at 70c

    at least that is runable. my system will crash once the one card gets to 104-105C

    That is weird :confused:

    yeah it is. i've closed the case, but it's still laying down





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  • buckers
    Apr 29, 02:18 PM
    Steve really likes magic. Is he a magician?

    Define magician ;)



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  • berkleeboy210
    Oct 10, 04:31 PM
    I knew it! I just bought an Archos 504





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  • erzhik
    Mar 15, 03:55 PM
    Now you see, OP is a true Apple diehard fan. FYI, Apple didn't and doesn't invent anything new. What they have in their devices is exactly what other devices have and had in them for a while. All Apple does is redesigns as they see it, but YOU pay the premium for that.

    Is Macbook pro amazing? Yes
    Will I swap my MCPro for anything else? No
    Did I pay a hefty premium for it? Hell yes
    Can I get the same thing from Dell or Toshiba for less? Absolutely YES

    Apple products look unique from the outside, but in reality they are the same devices others have but in different packages.



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  • tvachon
    Jan 8, 04:58 PM
    Could it be possible to get an RSS just for this page? So we can instantly know when it is up?





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  • Lollypop
    Sep 12, 01:08 AM
    I realize that, but there are more major studios that are not on that list owned by Disney than there are on the list. But maybe it will work out like the TV downloads have, as some have suggested, starting with just a few and adding more. The problem is, Apple does not currently dominate that market; there are other players right now that are equally strong with their video download services. It seems that the market seems to favor having a dominant player, like Windows for OS and iTMS for music downloads. This could leave the door open for Microsoft to dominate this market if Apple doesn't ramp up its selection quickly.

    The iTMS had competition when it started, and it still does... if apple makes it easy and cheap to do movies, like they did with music the will give their competitors a run for their money... also remember, when the iTMS started it didnt have anything else of offer, now its got a lot of music, videos, podcasts and and and... resulting in a lot of content, the movie library can start out small and grow.



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  • Benjy91
    Apr 7, 09:59 AM
    Is Windows 8 then Windows 7.0, like Windows Seven is actually Windows 6.1?

    Thats just the NT version. Windows 8 will be 6.2

    7 was 6.1,
    Vista was 6.0
    XP was 5.0

    Technically Windows 7 is the 10th version of Windows, if you don't count Windows Server.

    Windows 7 is the 7th version if you count from Windows 95.





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  • iAndrea
    May 3, 04:27 PM
    Seems like the software guys will always stay one step ahead in an open market.

    The carriers are going to end up loving iPhone!



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  • ELScorcho9
    Jul 21, 11:29 AM
    What I find interesting is Apple gave a press conference which involved a largely scientific analysis and presentation, wherein they showed:

    - The antenna issue impacts 0.55% of users to the degree they expressed concerns.

    - The call loss issue is 1/100 or less, worse for the new 4 model than the prior 3GS model.

    - The attenuation issue is user impacted and minor behavioral issues can abate it almost entirely.

    - Case use was far higher on 3GS vs 4 which accounts for nearly 100% of the experienced issues, thus Apple offered free cases to 4 users who did not buy a case due to supply chain and availability issues.

    - The new antenna system is more sensitive, effective and has better actual reception than either the prior model or most other competitors.

    - The issue is largely in areas of poor reception to begin with. One factor in this is USA cell cites are less densely distributed than EU sites and the limits of GSM are more revealed here. We have more geographic area to cover so carriers have opted to solve the issue with near minimum density cell site distribution.

    All of these factual, supported, known things are widely disregarded in headline style media reports that regurgitate the now disproven claim that Apple iPhone 4 has "an antenna problem", "reception issues", or "a dropped call problem". While there are limited and anecdotal examples of it, largely reproducable from known conditions, there is no there there on an overall and general basis.

    Rocketman




    What he said.

    Call me crazy, but my iPhone 4 works great. The minority consisting of me and the other 98.6% of iPhone 4 users probably just hasn't seen the problem yet, right?





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  • breadesign
    Jan 15, 03:41 PM
    ... The iPhone is a great piece of kit, but this software update is a great disappointment. Generally I know where I am, so the psuedo GPS thing is something I can't see myself using (and to be honest if I didn't know where I was, then I'm pretty damn sure that there wouldn't be any O2 coverage anyway!).

    What would have been great was simple functionality... like if someone texts you a number, I'd like to save it to an existing (or new) contact. Similarly I might like to text (or email) someone one of my contacts numbers.

    I'm sure some people will look on it as nitpicking, but these things are 'normal' on most phones. Frankly moving icons around comes a poor second to basic user friendliness.

    -end of whinge



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  • *LTD*
    Mar 15, 10:46 PM
    You really need to step out of your fanboi bubble, it seems a little silly to be honest.

    The entire industry is one big Apple "fanboi", bud. What Apple does, everyone else moves to copy or get it on. My "bubble" is the entire tech industry where it concerns the average user.

    What's "silly" is the Apple fansite bubble. Apple fansites on the ass-end of the net with their loveable little geek contingent perpetually out of touch with the actual market.

    Step into 2011. It's all about Apple and where they're taking the industry.





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  • pudrums
    Apr 8, 06:09 PM
    16 Blocks

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  • rjohnstone
    May 4, 11:52 AM
    In my opinion, and that of Websters dictionary, I have an unlimited data plan, therefor I already do pay for it.

    Oh if only I had the dough, I would sue AT&T into the ground. A decent lawyer and fair judge would find against AT&T for the use of the word unlimited and their unfair anti-consumer practices that have followed.

    AT&T can do whatever it wants, but it NEVER should have used the word unlimited, because theyve opened themselves up for failure in a future lawsuit. Someone will do it.
    Wrong... and this is why no "good" lawyer would take your case.
    You have unlimited access to data using the approved device and methods agreed to in the contract.
    Discussion over, case dismissed.





    leekohler
    Apr 22, 09:57 AM
    Christianity?

    Oh no! It had to the Teh Gheys! :eek::rolleyes:

    People are so ridiculous. :mad:





    dethmaShine
    Apr 29, 04:54 PM
    I liked it how it was before.... :(

    +1

    It was confusing but they could have sorted that out.





    Hephaestus
    Mar 19, 05:16 PM
    http://gifjes.web-log.nl/photos/uncategorized/hahaha.gif

    and the way you express yourself practically shows me why people 'diss' all your gadgets.

    Here in England thats a pretty common figure of speech that people use all the time. It doesn't mean literally ages. I forgot this was an American forum, but what does that have to do with anything anyway?





    donlphi
    Sep 25, 06:30 PM
    I would ALSO have a lot of trouble with a G4 Quad.

    Nevetheless, you can't say anything without actual thoughts, and not RANDOM ones. The G5 Quad you were using must have been misused by kids mucking around with it, not responsible users who take care of their machine.

    I'm sure Aperture will run great on my Intel 1,66 Mini, with 2GB RAM

    NOTICE THE OPERATIVE WORDS "I'm SURE" meaning... you don't know for sure. I'm telling you... I've tried it. I've asked YOU to try it. You will not be pleased with the results, just as I was not.

    Sure kids may have been "mucking around" with the machine, but if a couple of kids messing with a computer is going to slow down the system, I assure you there will be problems in the future. If it's that slow on the current machine, what happens when 2.0 comes out? Do I choose not to upgrade or do I go through the whole upgrading of machines and software again?

    As for another "RANDOM" thought... what does that mean, "responsible users who take care of their machine"? Unless you are tossing the machine around like a nerf soccer ball, spilling a can of Coke (not to be confused with Coke II) on it, jamming a 5 1/4" floppy in to the CD slot, or stuffing the USB ports with raisins, these things are pretty tough to break.

    I love the software Apple makes. It looks great. The user interface is always top notch. It all makes sense. It just doesn't run very fast on their machines, at least not nearly as fast as the demos always show when Steve Jobs is giving us a sneak peek while dancing on stage in his turtle neck. It would be nice to have multiple versions of these apps so we could have the basic functions that actually perform at a speed that doesn't make the spinning rainbow come on after every click.





    Dagless
    Nov 16, 12:43 PM
    Why would they go with AMD when there is the Core2Duo? AMD needs something big to compete. AMD? I can't see it.



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