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  • KT Walrus
    Apr 13, 02:42 PM
    Makes more sense to me that Apple would work to standardize AirPlay as a built-in feature of all new HDTV's, blu-ray players, and other set top boxes like Apple TV. In addition to AirPlay input to the HDTV, the HDTV would do AirPlay output from a TV connected webcam/microphone (if any). I don't see Apple trying to sell actual HDTVs, but the iPad would make a great SmartTV content controller that would replace the need for an Apple TV module.

    The existing Apple TV could just evolve into an iOS app.




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  • puma1552
    Apr 22, 07:58 PM
    That phone is disgusting.

    I hope they keep the IP4 design, with maybe a little better antenna and faster internals.




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  • Doctor Q
    Dec 1, 02:02 PM
    iAdware apparently works by silently installing a system library. That sounds like a vulnerability that Apple could easily fix, by requiring Admin privileges, issuing a warning, and/or prompting for an Admin password.




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  • law guy
    Jan 30, 08:31 PM
    Good time to buy. $$ :D

    Amen. It's such an increase from just three years ago when it was around $23 a share. Buying low now takes a lot more money.




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  • jav6454
    Apr 26, 11:17 PM
    I'll make the assumption that I'm going to lose the vote so I'll get some last analysis in while I can.

    Make note of the people who voted for me.

    Jav - Still not sure if he voted for me to silence me or because he was still mad at me for the last game. He is acting (voting) the same way he did last game.

    Based on the above info, UCF is the best probability of getting a WW tomorrow. If UCF is a WW, then it's most likely that either Nies or Eldiablojoe is the other one.

    Hardly voting same way as last time. Also, I'm voting against you for previously stated reasons. When the game started I got my PM which was also sent to you. Because of that (me wanting to feel special it was a unique own PM) I vote for you this game.

    However people didn't get the joke. As per silencing you, meh... Could care less since I am no wolf, not that I can prove that in any way or form.




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  • metalboy4
    Apr 14, 03:42 PM
    Hmmm, strange. A lot of people got caught out by that little check box, which is why I posted it.

    Yeah, check box doesn't matter. No playcount updates. Can anyone confirm if it fixed in this new version? I will have to wait till I get home late this evening to test.




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  • PR.
    May 3, 08:00 AM
    It was possible to use the previous 27" as an external display for a MacBook. Can't see any mention of that after a brief scan, and it's a deal-breaker for me. Anyone spot such a feature?




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  • Macaroony
    Mar 9, 01:38 AM
    I would like to see them pull off a change of actor for once, without changing the character. I think it's an insult to the audience's intelligence that networks think we can't accept someone else in the role. They always go for the knee-jerk reaction, which is to kill off the character. Give us some credit, and a chance for another actor to make the role his own. It's not like it's unheard of. How many James Bonds have there been??
    I'm sorry, but this never works. At some point, in every show that did the that it becomes some kind of inside joke on and off camera. I'm reminded of the 200th episode of Stargate: SG-1, where upon a ridiculous parody of the show one of the characters says:

    "Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment."

    This on a sci-fi show with enough technobabble to keep you busy arguing with other viewers about the authenticity of the in-show's reality.

    For movies it's different because each one is a narrative of it's own. You can't can't compare Sean Connery with Pierce Brosnan as you can't compare Never Say Never with Tomorrow Never Dies because both movies are done in their individual way.

    On a television series, you have a continuous narrative that can change its direction, but as soon as you change major plot points or dare switch the main actors with new ones, that's a plain insult to the audience who watched from the start.




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  • ejl10
    Jul 25, 06:30 AM
    The Might Mouse is the worst piece of crap Apple has ever released. Everyone knows it!

    The only reason anyone would buy this thing is because of blind Apple brand loyalty.

    That and the fact that it matches my iMac better than any other mouse. But still, I'll use my Logitech wired until Apple can come up with a decent mouse. Form only gets you so far.




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  • alexf
    Oct 18, 04:53 PM
    This quarter, Macs accounted for $2.213 billion in revenue. iPods accounted for $1.559 billion, plus another $452 million in music-related revenue, for a total of $2.011 billion. So, even without counting Mac peripherals and software, music revenue was less than Mac revenue.

    Last quarter, Mac revenue was $1.866 billion, while iPods sold $1.497 billion, plus another $457 million in other music-related revenue, for a total of $1.954 billion for the music end.

    Got it, thanks. Makes sense now that I read the PDF on Apple's site.




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  • Tunster
    Apr 12, 06:01 PM
    I'll laugh my ass off when Apple do announce iPhone 5 at WWDC.

    LOL @ all the false rumours.
    We'll all laugh at you when it doesn't :). There could a miracle surprise at the very end, but I'm 99% sure that Apple needs to deal with the ageing iOS and improve all of their current products. Again, this would put it one step ahead of Androids honeycomb.




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  • wizard
    Apr 15, 11:01 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Learn from Google? What has Google developed that's anything close to an OS? And no, Chrome OS doesn't count...it's a giant web browser, with Cloud Apps...

    TROLL

    By that same vein, what has Apple ever developed that's anything close to a OS ? And no, Mac OS X, a bunch of components bought/taken from the open source community doesn't count... it's just a Unix distribution with a GUI layer on top. :rolleyes:

    It's easy to discount anything going with that mentality. The fact is, Chrome OS is as much an undertaking as OS X was. It's more than just a "Web browser" since web browsers cannot be booted and don't provide graphical sub-systems, input management and process scheduling obviously.

    (yes, I do realise Mac OS Classic existed).

    And to answer your question directly : Android. ;)

    Android what a laugh! The OS is Linux which they effectively forked. The SDK is built on a Java work alike, a work a like that has a questionable amount of others people's code in it. On top of that they purchased the company that started out developing the concept of Android.

    It is reasonable to question if Android is even an ethical product. I don't think it is thus I steer people away from it. I don't want to discount the intelligence of the people working at Google, but I don't think the management there has any respect for the property of others. Android is just one factor here, google has problems with copyright and the concept of personal property.




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  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 01:13 PM
    Uh no...

    You need to follow the thread. The poster was using his 2 TB drive as his cloud using a 5$ software.

    i'm following the thread....the guy pays for 2TB drives to store his music on. music that he probably never paid for considering he has 2TB worth. your point?




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  • batchtaster
    Nov 10, 05:11 PM
    just goes to show people still want to be able to see flash on their iphones reguardless of how bloated

    Nonsense. It means nothing of the sort. Check back in 6 months, 3 months or even 1 month and see a) how many ppl are still using it, and b) how many ppl are buying it once the first blush of excitement is over.

    Opera's browser went nuts when it was released (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=897606). It was the Bellepheron to the Chimera of Apple's Safari lock-in. Now where is it? It doesn't even appear on the Top 200 Free (http://appshopper.com/bestsellers/free) list.




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  • fk51785
    Oct 21, 03:23 PM
    http://www.brightsideofnews.com/Data/2010_10_20/Apple-Launches-New-MacBook-Air-with-Old-Hardware/MacbookAIR.jpg

    Either one ...




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  • caspersoong
    Apr 22, 05:23 AM
    Stop suing others when you're in the wrong. So irritating.




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  • tribalogical
    Jun 10, 04:06 PM
    How long after you make a purchase does the App Store remember your password so you don't have to enter it again? I presume that's what happened in this case.

    It depends on your setting. Even logged in, it typically confirms once by asking if you want to purchase that app.

    It was cool of Apple to arrange a refund. That should be standard policy, especially if an app isn't even completely downloaded.

    For 99-cent apps, I'm less concerned about "try before buying"... when they start costing $10 and up, I think there has to be a way to 'preview' them...

    Tough to figure out how, though!




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  • ebow
    Aug 15, 03:17 PM
    im pretty sure this allows you to control how often applications spring up and down in the dock when something happens in them-- kinda like when you get an incoming chat while you are using another app...

    alot of people get annoyed by that feature and i am one of them

    I'm pretty confident that aspect is called "bounce". I know that Adium has an option to limit how many bounces the icon makes when it's trying to notify you of something. I thought that there was a setting for the OS itself but I could be wrong.

    The only significant place Apple has used the term "spring" before is with spring-loading folders, something they haven't yet brought to folders placed in the dock, so that must be what it means.




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  • kalsta
    Apr 26, 09:32 AM
    I have the last model of 24" iMac that had an anti-glare screen. I just had to make the first repair, replaced the hard drive.

    My fear is that I will be forced to build a Hackintosh or get an iMac with one of these new cheaper screens.

    I stopped buying iMacs the day they went gloss. I now have a bunch of minis with the older Matte Cinema Displays. As simple as that � I put my money where my mouth is. If I couldn't get these, I would buy other branded displays.

    When Steve Jobs made a comment a couple of years ago about Apple's customers saying they preferred gloss (or something like that) I wrote to Apple to say that at least one customer doesn't prefer gloss and why, and there is a pretty vocal group of Apple customers who share my sentiments. At least we were given the option on the MacBook Pros. I hate having to pay extra on an already expensive machine, but that's what I've done with my new just-ordered MBP. It's one small and expensive vote for usability to prevail over eye-candy. Sigh.




    tiramisu
    Aug 15, 01:56 PM
    see a little demo animation for search inside the safari app.
    http://www.handras.hu/stuff/ani2.mov




    chrmjenkins
    Apr 25, 12:03 PM
    They usually offer OS upgrade vouchers after an actual release date is announced for those who purchase systems from the announcement to the release date.

    Ah yeah, that's right. I couldn't remember what they did for new OS releases. That likely means you'll have to wait until WWDC to buy an iMac though, since I'm 99% sure they will give us Lion launch date then.




    themadrussian
    Apr 22, 04:25 PM
    Holy horrible, Batman.




    petemitchell2k4
    Oct 24, 08:23 AM
    Those who bought their Computer in August should be happy with what they got since that was what was the best available at the time. And what are you talking about not in the forecast? The previous revision was here for just over 6 months. From April 2006 to October 2006. How long do you want Apple to go with out updates?


    The processor upgrades, not the OS upgrades.




    caspersoong
    Apr 13, 05:00 AM
    As long as it isn't 2011.



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