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  • Moyank24
    Apr 25, 10:01 PM
    Well, would you at least make me a condolence PB&J?

    I blame Appleguy for this. I have sold the sandwich shop. No sandwiches for anyone anymore!!

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  • Le Big Mac
    May 4, 03:18 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148a Safari/6533.18.5)

    Kinda funny one of my lines just had it's eligibility for upgrade moved up nearly 5 months. Late September to next week, May 9th.

    Indeed. This is silly--upgrade eligibility is usually (always?) phone-independent. AT&T has in the past waived or shortened upgrade eligibility so that people can immediately buy the new iPhone model. But they aren't going to extend it solely because of the release date of one phone.

    More likely the OP (or reporter) dropped a line of service or some services and because his spend went down his upgrade eligibility is no longer "early' and instead is at the usual two years.

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  • Burger Thing
    Mar 31, 08:18 PM
    Please, for the love of God... No! Just when I thought they couldn't top the butt ugly look of the Address Book...

    I wonder what's next? Maybe the reincarnation of Clippy's Spirit? Maybe an animated pigeon pops up when you start the upcoming Email application and asking, if you want to send an email today? :rolleyes:

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  • leomac08
    Mar 9, 01:13 AM
    I have tiger blood...:p

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    Jan 31, 11:05 PM

    Though I never used to walk in the place unless my girlfriend wanted to go, I've taken a liking to A&F clothing lately for some reason, probably because it's high quality and often goes on sale. Trying to keep the gaudy logos and etc. to a minimum though. The moose/caribou is tolerable, and I nearly didn't buy the hoodie because of the enormous "ABERCROMBIE" on the sleeve, but it was only $30, so I'm not about to complain.

    And a bunch of cheap photo accessories from DealExtreme... a hotshoe leveler, wireless Nikon remote (generic, unbranded version), new strap, a wideangle lens for my iPhone, and a couple of cheap filters for my lesser used lenses.

    Considering I got 10 items (including 2 straps and 4 filters) for $70, I'm satisfied with only mediocre quality.

    [Edit] Oh, also picked up this silly Nikon lens cup as a fun gift for a friend; it was wildly overpriced, but the novelty is worth it. It's too bad it's actually a terrible mug.


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  • SactoGuy18
    Apr 30, 08:28 AM
    I guessing you been living under a rock.. Because my Truck CD Player plays AAC, PS3, Xbox360, PSP, DSi, 3DS, my wife and daughter's Android phone all play AAC.. The list can go on... Google is your friend....

    I'm talking about portable music players that store music with a hard drive or flash memory that are NOT the Apple iPod models. In that case, it's only the higher-end players that support the AAC format, unless you buy Sony's current Walkman line of portable music players.

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  • bigmc6000
    Jul 28, 07:54 AM
    I actually hope it's moderately successful. Hopefully then, Apple will see fit to reduce their pricing schema on the iPods.

    Realistically, it could go either way. Despite the debacle that is Windows, Microsoft has had a great deal of success with the XBox. I wouldn't be surprised if Zune isn't as bad as most members of MacRumors will make it out to be.


    Really depends on yoru defintion of success. Popularity wise it's been successful (360 is helped solely by the fact it's the only HD player out there right now) but as far as the stock holders and business men are concerned it's been a debacle - they've lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the XBox and have still yet to see a single positve quarter, financially speaking, since it's inception.


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  • Eldiablojoe
    Apr 28, 01:42 PM
    Oh Vey, will you two just get a room already!

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  • valdore
    Jan 25, 06:45 PM
    Apple's stock (APPL in NYSE) has plummeted $68 in the last 30 days (from $198 to $130 or 35%) does anyone know what has caused this? Curious...


    The ticker is AAPL, and it's traded on Nasdaq, not NYSE.


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    Apr 26, 09:56 AM
    Alrighty good logic, just checking

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  • mdriftmeyer
    Jul 10, 08:15 PM
    As a frequent user of Pages 2, I would like more toolbars and less of the 'inspector' stuff, which to me is not as convenient.

    Get used to more Inspectors with Tab Views and less Toolbars. Cocoa apps are designed with Inspector Views.


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  • daneoni
    Oct 24, 09:26 AM
    Apparently the 160GB HDD's performance is on par with the 100GB 7200RPM and a tad faster than the 120GB??

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  • Evangelion
    Jul 25, 11:14 AM
    2 Mac Mini should still be very small

    Imagine two Mac Mini back-to-back. That is how much desk-space the tower would consume. Now, it could be as high as four Mini's stacked on top of each other, so the volume would be eight times as much as the Mini has, but the actual space needed on the desktop would be just two Mini's worth.


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  • wmmk
    Nov 3, 05:00 PM
    the virtual appliance stuff will be great for people who host their own casual low-traffic blogs and such. i was doing that, but then i worried that someone would hack in and screw with important files. knowing that the server is in a virtual machine would make things a lot nicer.

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  • jamescoulee
    Mar 31, 10:37 AM
    I'm not a fan of this "literal graphics" fad at Apple... It's not a real calendar, it's not a real address book, and virtual ones can be better, have more functions and uses, be a completely different tool from the real ones... So why should they look the same?? Specially when people are already educated to use the software as it was...


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  • PghLondon
    May 1, 05:53 AM
    Where did you pluck your "This whole "smartphone OS" is something dreamed up in the last few weeks by Android apologists" Conspiracy from anyway? You must have had some basis to make that judgememt?

    No, you're right -- this is something totally subjective (seriously, not being snarky here [for once ;-)] )

    I've just noticed that in every report I've read that has an "android slant", the phrase "smartphone OS" has been used. Whereas before, it seemed to be just "mobile OS".

    I'm the first to admit that I may be reading a bit into it here. Does look suspiciously like a conspiracy theory from the outside, I imagine.

    However, that doesn't change my opinion that the figure that really DOES matter is mobile platform OS share, not smartphone share. :-)

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 16, 04:15 PM
    Why would you need 64 bit for a MBA? To fly off those huge sample libraries that the processor would lock up over?
    64 bit is only for massive memory allocations and a MBA doesn't even have the CPU to pull it off... :rolleyes:

    Well, for starters, to prevent the damn year 2038 problem.

    Seriously though, there are a few benefits of running in 64 bit mode even on older processors. memory mapped files for bigger files that would otherwise use up more than the 32 bit address space are now possible and 64 bit registers can speed up a few types of programs, even those that don't deal with very large datasets.

    By your line of thinking, who needs 64 bit at all ? My 233 mhz UltraSparc II should have just been a 32bit processor. :rolleyes:

    The plain fact is the C2D is a capable x86-64 processor, there's no good reason to hold it back with a 32 bit kernel.

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  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Mar 16, 12:26 PM
    IIRC, the manager said that they only had 16GB WiFi. But I had already tuned out at that point since I was there for AT&T, so I may have misheard.

    First off...Eriden nice meeting you today, sir! Was a fun morning less the disappointment of neither of us getting our desired model.

    Anyways, Eriden is correct. The Brea store had only 16GB Black Wifi and a mix of white and black 16, 32, and 64 Verizon iPads.

    *continues hunt for the elusive 32GB black wifi*

    Ample supply of 64 Verizon at SCP for no, but was told by the mall cop that we were not allowed to "loiter" and he told everyone in the back of the line to leave or we would be forced to leave. Real nice.

    Brea had a 105 year old mall cop who yelled at some kids sitting in the middle of the floor. I'm almost positive he called for backup. Haha

    Anyway, off to order my GSM version online

    Just ordered mine online. At least have one in the pipeline. And is getting shipped to Mass so I'll save $20 on sales tax :)

    Are stores open at 9am today instead of the usual 10am?

    Brea did.

    May 3, 11:33 PM
    Disappointing, but expected. This actually brings up more questions than answers though:

    1) Is this a permanent move to a Fall Release of the iPhone?

    2) When, if ever, are they going to unite the CDMA and GSM iPhone releases (possibly in iPhone 5 with "World Chip")?

    3) Does this affect the timing of iOS's release, which has traditionally been released with the new iPhone and has been centered around the iPhone's hardware?

    4) The iPod touch has traditionally been released months after the iPhone. If the iPhone is released around Sept, will they release the iPod touch along with it?

    Meh, I don't have an upgrade for 1.5 years, so it doesn't matter to me. But still interesting.

    Also, would they be pushing it back for a possible 4G capable iPhone?

    And I would bet anything they will have white and black from day 1.

    Apr 16, 02:05 PM
    MacBook Air from late 2010 now boots standard with 64-bit Kernel and Extensions enabled!

    Apr 14, 09:27 AM
    But the question remains - why is "Mac" in the variable name? On an App Store that doesn't support any Macs.

    It could be nothing, a naming convention carried over, but it is odd.

    Yes, we don't know what conventions Apple use for placeholder names, it could be that ix.Mac is a prefix for ALL their placeholder names. The reason could be something as far fetched as 'ix' as in all i-devices, 'Mac' for everything derived from Mac OS X, could be no real reason at all.
    Many manufacturers use the term 'CPU' to referr to their entire computer branch of their business, which is also confusing since a CPU really is something very specific

    Apr 18, 04:06 AM
    Any have a guess guess what this might mean for the 11"? Will that have to be even more of a compromise? I'm worried the C2D/320M might be a better option for me if Apple go for Sandy Bridge and have to cut even more corners on the 11" due to even harsher space/energy drain constraints.

    If the CPU option for an 11" bump is only a marginal performance increase (*if* Apple choose to bump this summer), the nVidia GPU seems too good to lose.

    I can't/don't need to buy right now but it seems I might be good off planning it a bit.

    As for the gaming comments, give it up already. Personally, I want *one* (1) computer and I want to to be as portable as possible. That means both work and entertainment, some of that being the occasional game. And I realize it'll be a compromise. I won't buy it for the sake of gaming but why should that stop me from trying a few of them out?

    There are a lot of games out there, some being more playable than others on an MBA. Don't expect everyone to "need"/want max detail at native resolution @60fps. I'm fine with fps dips and low/med details. If it plays it plays. It's as if the MBA could only ever do monochrome text games. Can we stop seeing the world in an "either it'll be the best ***** ever, or it'll blow chunks" kind of way? Things are bit more nuanced than that.

    I'm wondering if we are underestimating hardware nowadays. To me it looks pretty nice, *especially* at the "low" end.

    Apr 13, 07:12 AM
    You sound like I am against it.

    Yes. You sounded like one. But apologies if you weren't.

    In my opinion, dashboard is coming with iOS 5.0.

    Apple did incorporate dashboard in iPhone OS 1.0 with the first iPhone but due to issues with performance they had to remove it.

    This can be verified by debugging and going through iPhoneOS 1.0; navigating to /Library/Widgets folder. It was empty though.

    Personalization is good. But the way its done on Android is ridiculous.
    + Widgets should always be sandboxed, the way they are in Dashboard.
    [Both Google & MS failed to understand that btw]

    I think personalization is good till the time it hinders the brand and brand quality. Folders/Wallpaper[:p] were one way to achieve that. There 'might' be more in the future but I highly doubt that.

    All I can vouch for is that dashboard is coming in iOS 5.0.

    Personalization in its entirety? Never in iOS 5.0.

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