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  • Bregalad
    Apr 7, 01:52 AM
    Now we are playing with power.

    Yeah a whopping 3V which means it will take 40% longer to recharge anything using the new connector unless they increase the amperage to compensate.

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  • sportsfan
    Apr 19, 10:03 AM
    Are they given a formal training by apple? Even if they are, every approvers view will be slightly different.....perhaps this app was one that should have been approved from the start but was rejected by an approver who likes to abuse power?

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  • FX120
    May 6, 08:07 PM

    I use Windows 7 at work and recently just built myself a new workstation. Total price including shipping with licenses for Windows 7 Business and Office 2010 was under $850 for a very good performing machine that does everything I need it to do (from Photoshop to AutoCAD) with ease. Right now I've got it totally loaded down and am using 7GB out of 8GB of RAM, and it's ticking along just happily.

    I can't honestly say that I would be any more productive by using OS X, and I certainly don't go about my day missing anything in the OS.

    Frankly I think it's all fine and good if you want to buy a Mac, but don't fool yourself into thinking that there aren't perfectly good and equally functional options out there for less money. I think the comparison of computers to cars is a stupid one. The difference between a Audi S4 and a Civic is a measurable, but I don't think that is a fair comparison. A more accurate example would be two Civics with equivalent engines and transmissions, only one has upgraded paint, rims, headlamps and leather upholstery while the other is base trim.

    Apple serves a growing niche market of high end computers and without a doubt bests nearly every competitor with their excellent industrial design, and a price that reflects the engineering, materials, and slave labor craftsmanship.

    But not everyone with a home stereo needs or wants to spend thousands of dollars on Krell mono block amplifiers when what ever comes in their home theater in a box is sufficient for their needs, and they don't want the cool design and minute performance increases.

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  • mad-dog-one
    Jan 4, 10:21 AM
    Whoever advised them to now put the maps onboard and download as needed, needs to be fired- poor decision.

    I agree. I need my GPS to have maps where I am, particularly when I'm in remote areas out of wifi and cell phone range.



  • Richard Flynn
    Sep 20, 06:45 AM
    OK, following on from my previous message... My 'issue' got 'escalated' and I spoke to someone higher up the AppleCare pecking order (a Frenchman). He said that there might be a problem with this firmware update and my machine's specs [my speculation - the brand of SuperDrive (Sony DW-D150A)? my processor (dual 3GHz)?]. He 'felt sure that I wouldn't be the only person worldwide having this problem' (didn't tell him about this thread or a similar one on Apple's own forums), and will get back to me within 48 hours having spoken to Apple Engineering to see if his theory holds true. Time will tell!

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  • ipedro
    Apr 19, 06:51 PM
    It's not the first time that the Vietnamese got their hands on an unreleased iPhone. The question is why? It's not like that Vietnam has anything to do with anything.

    It's their prize for winning the war. They get advance previews of all American technology. :rolleyes:


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  • Plazman
    Oct 26, 08:54 PM
    - doesn't work on firefox (1.5) under WinXP

    Works for me.

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  • danielwsmithee
    Nov 21, 04:28 PM
    This could be very cool if it works. Just slap one of these between your processor and heat sink and get 30% more battery life. Or on desktops force cool your system without liquid.


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  • snberk103
    Jun 19, 12:37 AM
    Actually, cards larger than both CDs and DVDs are already available. Average CD is 700 MB, DVD is 4.7 GB (8.5 GB for double-layer), Blu-Ray at 25 and 50 GB. Max capacity now is 64GB as mentioned elsewhere in this thread. The electronics and office supply stores routinely advertise 8GB cards for $20...

    Ooops, that was a silly mistake. Of course you're right, I mixed my Gs and Ms up in mind when comparing CDs to the 64Gb card. My Bad. :)

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  • sundayx
    Apr 5, 11:34 AM
    Like a touchpad wouldn't it be possible for it to recognize what is a tap and what is just touching to the surface? i.e. it would only initiate a command based on a quick touch and release.


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  • epictempo
    Apr 24, 01:07 AM
    Sd card slot and an 8 hour battery life (videos) will have me ditching this iPad2 quicker than the flash. :D intended.

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  • strabes
    Mar 23, 01:50 PM
    how bout let's make sure that airplay video playback works first before you try to license it out. has not work from day 1 on my appletv

    Works perfectly for me (using Air Video and the latest beta server) since 4.3 came out.


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  • citizenzen
    Apr 13, 02:03 PM
    To be honest I have never seen that in the UK or in Finland.

    Must be an American thing.

    That and No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service. (so much for never turning away customers)

    As if the shite that you carry in on the bottom of your foot is any worse than the shite you carry in on the bottom of your shoe. :rolleyes:

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  • Bennieboy�
    Apr 24, 04:30 AM
    why isnt my fah using cpu cycles? i dl's the client and started it in sys prefs

    system prefs? are you using the command line variant? there should be some coding info on F@H for getting it started working via the terminal ;)


    i think this is what your after SMP Guide (http://folding.stanford.edu/English/MacSMPGuide) ;)


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  • Grey Beard
    Sep 14, 04:23 PM
    I've had several via iv, and I just lie back and enjoy the warm rush. Whether the buzzard's crutch taste in your mouth afterwards is another matter altogether.

    Hope it all goes well and do keep us updated.

    Grey Beard

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  • Designer Dale
    Mar 22, 12:01 AM
    Previsualization is the most under rated aspect to photography, you're never going to be much of a photographer if you simply don't have a clear and concise vision of what you want the final print to come out like before you start shooting, this includes what post processing you're going to be doing.
    Bingo! We have a winner!
    Looking, but not seeing. Thinking, but not imagining.
    Excellent point.



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  • rquick
    Oct 6, 09:31 PM
    Because now Android with a range of sizes is eating iPhone sales.

    Go into a Best Buy and look at all the Androids with larger screens, and some with smaller screens and lower prices. Apple needs to compete with that...

    I disagree. Apple doesn't need to compete with that at all. Android is not taking iPhone sales as long as Apple is selling them as fast as they can make them. In fact, the smaller droids are too small and the larger droids are too large. Size is always a compromise and the iPhone is an example of the perfect compromise. Not too small - and not too big - but just right. It works for the vast majority and they don't need other sizes. And for those of you talking about a nano size iPhone - it wouldn't be an iPhone. There are just too many things you would not be able to do. I have had tiny phones and the compromise on usability is not worth it. On the other hand, any larger and the iPhone would just be a small iPad. Too large to carry in your pocket, but not as big as the iPad. Maybe a good thought for a pad, but not for a phone. Most people need to put their phone in a multitude of pockets and jeans pockets are just right for the current iPhone. If it was even a fraction bigger it would be uncomfortable. The devices this guy is hearing rumors about could be a smaller iPad to compete with the new 7inch pads and a smaller ipod between the touch and the nano, which borders on being too small. They eventually need a new ipod form factor to replace the classic. That should already be in the works. Lot's of storage with not so much screen as a touch so you can put your money into storage instead of screen. He's just guessing they are phones.

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  • Winni
    Apr 17, 06:17 AM
    Is it me or is Apple becoming a silly caricature of its own 1984 ad?

    No. They are worse than the IBM caricature that they painted back in 1984.

    The good news is that Apple's iPhone OS won't be the dominating mobile platform for much longer. The sales numbers show that Android is quickly gaining momentum, and Google's marketplace is not censored at all and developers can choose whatever development tool they want to produce software for Android.

    Apple will soon fall back into that little niche where they came from. And they deserve it because of their megalomaniac behavior and arrogant attitude.

    History is going to repeat itself because Apple hasn't learned from their mistakes in the past. They lost the desktop to Microsoft because Apple refused to open their platform to third parties. Now they will lose the mobile market to Google.

    The WePad is going to ship in July. Even if it might not be as sexy as the over-hyped iPad, it is an OPEN device. And in the end, the open platform will win.

    On a more personal note: I do not need and I do not want Apple to tell me what I can read or see on my device. If I want to see naked flesh, then it's none of Apple's business and they have ZERO rights to deny me that. (I'm European - we're not prude here and we prefer sex over violence.) If I want to use software that directly competes with Apple's own offers, then obviously their competition is giving me something that I like better than Apple's software products.

    As much as I like Apple's computers, I hate their entire AppStore and iPhone SDK policies with a passion.

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  • oTaRu
    Oct 6, 10:46 AM
    4" to 4.5" retina display is most welcome! :D

    Aug 16, 12:34 AM
    Hear hear!

    Excellent examples of good advertising. Nothing about the HP ads insulted the target audience, stereotyped, or posted stuff the viewers knew was false (therefore ensuring distrust of the maker.)

    There's so much that's good about the Mac, and the current ads hide those positive traits in favour of defining the Mac in terms of the PC and generating hostility at the same time.

    I know a lot of PC users. I know geeks and non-geeks alike. I can't say I've met anyone who thought better of the Mac after watching the "I'm a Mac" ads, and I've met several that thought worse of it. And geeks are telling their families and friends, at the moment, that the ads are misleading, and Apple's reputation is suffering as a result.

    I don't think for the general public the ads really do much, the emotional reaction to the ads is mostly confined to geeks and geek press. Really, for people looking for a computer any commercial about Apple, especially a beautiful and well-designed one, is a good thing and reminds them about the company and it's very cool systems.
    But, I like the cool stuff aspect of HP's ads rather than the Mac vs. PC version of the 'Get a Mac' ads.

    Nov 5, 07:36 PM
    Hong Kong, Japan & a few other countries have been using technology like this for a while. Hopefully it'll start being mainstream in Western countries soon.

    Hong Kong uses a SMART type card for everything, transport, vending machines, etc etc.

    Japan uses their mobile phones, AFAIK :P

    Yeah, it is so wide spread in Japan that you can use it at little corner shops these days. Great technology.

    Jun 16, 08:40 AM
    This will probably never happen because T-Mobile was one of the founding members of the OHA (Open Handset Alliance).

    Oct 26, 02:05 PM
    I just came back from the store.

    Incidentally, they are *not* offering *any* form of student discount on Leopard here. No higher education discount and no standard discount. Full price or family pack price only.

    This is not TRUE I just showed them my univeristy ID and I got the discount. Btw when I came to the store it was about 18:15 and although the queue stretched around the block it only took 10 min before I was in the store and got my hands on a copy of leopard.

    No tshirt unfortunately, which simply means that by 10pm tonight the Apple Store at Regent street will by my estimation have sold a few thousand copies. Amazing how an operating system can cause such interest, but that's what Apple do well. :D

    Mar 26, 06:06 PM
    With the Xserve getting canned, it's likely that Apple will shift Lion server hard towards SOHO needs and further away from the needs of larger enterprise environments.

    How will this affect so many Universities that have implemented iTunes U?!