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  • pmz
    Apr 17, 08:58 AM
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    Agreed. Recipe for sucess:

    Enter credit card information.
    Get on with life.
    Sign for package when it arrives in about three weeks.
    Enjoy your new device.

    The delays were actually a good thing for me. Gave me time to "cool off"
    I'm with you on every point, except the cooling off period.

    Now that Apple's quality control had tanked, I know that there's a great likelihood ill get a bad one and the return game will begin.

    Even though I have an Apple store nearby, I buy BTO, so I'm stuck with what has become "The Crap Shoot, Gambling The Apple Way".

    Yea ok, keep dreaming fantasy boy. The stories you read online dont actually count as a measure of Apples quality control.

    I've never had to return any of a dozen Apple devices.

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  • hulugu
    Mar 30, 11:42 AM
    actually NATO doesn't come into play ... or do you see any german troops ? ;) ...

    Good point. The involvement of Britain and France would seem enough, I guess, but you're correct, it's not a NATO operation.

    ... Just think about it: Sarkozy got funding for his last campaign illegally from libya. Can there be a more convinient way of getting away from that dirty laundry than bombing them into oblivion ? While at home showing how much of a strong leader he is for increasing popularity ?

    Anne Applebaum made a similar argument in Slate just a few days ago, arguing that France, really Sarkozy, was pushing for the intervention in kind of 'wag the dog' scenario.

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  • Eidorian
    Jan 11, 11:44 AM
    Hmm. Something wireless. :rolleyes:My thoughts exactly.

    Silly rabbits.Apple is talking about the new wireless Apple TV and associated iTunes movie rentals you download from them satellites ;)I'll get the aluminium foil hats.

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  • slb
    Oct 26, 05:44 PM
    While we don't know exactly how the Firmware update was designed, it would appear as though the update will simply ignore symptoms of a SMC short circuit to allow the laptop to continue operating. If this is the case it may degrade a MacBook's ability to detect true over-heat situations.

    This is what I assumed when I read that the update "resolves" the issue, which is pretty optimistic wording. Perhaps they implemented some firmware method to detect overheating that doesn't rely on the sensor. I would love to know more information, since this update will appear for everyone with a MacBook whether or not they've been experiencing the shutdowns.

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  • kntgsp
    Apr 2, 10:54 AM
    Bigger screen is not an improved spec.

    If it's done within the same unit dimensions or slightly (a few millimeters) larger, then yes it is an improved spec.

    In a 3.5" screen is somewhat of a drawback for high end devices that are expected to do everything. Power draw on screens and chips is reduced, the technology exists to keep thin form factors and battery life while scaling up to 3.7 and 4" screens. Just swapping between a Nexus One's 3.7" and Nexus S' 4.0" makes a noticeable difference. Scaling 960x640 up to 4" isn't going to ruin the "zomg retina" that every apple fanatic screams about. It'll still put it ahead of all the competition's 800x480 4" screens.

    When the interface on a device is handled solely through touch input on the screen itself, 4" screens have a significant advantage over 3.5" screens. After using a Nexus S, Galaxy S, HTC HD2, etc. I think the sweet spot is 4". 4.3" and the unit dimensions start getting too big. But 4" provides just enough extra screen real estate to make typing more comfortable and information display easier to read. Not to mention with Apple pushing gaming on its IOS devices, onscreen joysticks would be made quite a bit easier with a little added space.

    And the point is that the current Iphone dimensions don't need to change to accommodate a larger screen. Just lessen the bezel width and you can put a larger screen in the current sized handset without issue. Or scale the dimensions up a few millimeters. Either way it's win-win.

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  • anomie
    Apr 12, 12:25 PM
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    Hahaha made my day.

    Truth is: they do not build anything in the US because US-workers are lazy!
    Nobody in the Rest of the world would buy their profucts

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  • R.Perez
    Mar 10, 09:47 PM
    The budget exercise lets you feel like a politician. I was disappointed that there was no entry box for my pork barrel projects and pay raise.

    I glad you guys enjoyed this. I figured that exercise was the perfect counter to that neo-liberal nonsense that 5pt posted.

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  • Compile 'em all
    Nov 12, 03:16 PM
    I thought he was gonna share a specific experience or incident that got him fed up

    Instead he's just vehemently opposed to the model, which means he should have never started coding in the first place. When you code a release up to 3.0 and then quit on basic principle, that's retarded

    It probably has to do with the three20 project incident a couple of days ago. Basically some devs had their apps rejected because they were using three20 which had some private API calls.

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  • mlblacy
    Apr 11, 07:53 PM
    If you run a business, like I do, then you would actually appreciate what they've done. To hire a new designer involves having enough work in the first place, which costs money. You then need to pay recruitment fees (anything from �500 - �5k depending who you use), buy them a new Mac (around �1500+ for a decent iMac), load it with software (around �2k) and then hope the candidate is as good as they interviewed. You're taking all of the risk and hoping that the work continues regularly enough to cover their salary and all of the expenses you just paid out on, when in SMEs it can vanish as quickly as it arrived. So after spending maybe as much as �8k before the member of staff has even started and you've bought their software, to be able to pay �85/m for the software instead of �1700 in one hit is a much needed relief.

    If this scheme, and I mean scheme, works for you then great. However, I suspect that the ridiculous and endless upgrade price hikes are causing some folks to skip some of the upgrades if they do not feel the marginal improvements are worth the cost. And... this is their way to squeeze those folks on a more regular basis.

    I am not advocating gimp, pixelimator, corel whatever... but perhaps in most instances the upgrades are not essential. I think Adobe has grown to be a repulsive example of some of the worst business practices, whereas they used to be thought of in much kinder terms.

    To cite one example, Apple on the other hand has steadily reduced the cost of Aperture over the years, much in keeping with their usual trend of reducing cost, and increasing performance. I use Photoshop less and less these days, still mostly only for sizing, CMYK conversion, anything with layers or compositing, and stuff with type (which comprises probably around 10% of my workflow, and that is a high number). Aperture combined with Nikon's NIK suite introduced dramatic workflow changes, whereas photoshop has become a bloated beast, besotted with feature creep (surrounded by a few worthwhile improvements in each version).

    Adobe also has moved to a Microsoft style breakdown of suite packages, and the packages seem to keep changing (how convenient and beneficial for them).

    When Lion comes out it will probably take another 5-6 months for Adobe to release a stable and compatible version.

    I never advocate piracy, but this just encourages some folks to do it. Meanwhile they are rolling in profits. Disgusting. Overreaching. Greed.
    About sums it up for me...

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  • WhitHoff
    Mar 22, 02:10 PM
    I agree with you 100%, well said.

    I get it- as a wife, I was the one buying the iPads, with money I make in my consulting business. However, my husband would have not been pleased if it was blowing all of our discretional income without discussing it first...

    In this case, since he gets my iPad 1, he is happy, and he's thrilled that I've made enough $ through my p/t job to afford to do this.

    Marriage is all about mutual responsibility. And while he "asks" me before buying stuff for his wood workshop, I don't ever think I would say "no"- depending on the expense it might only be "not now". Our unspoken rule is if it's a non-essential over about $200, the other spouse should be advised and gets a courtesy ask. Keeps us both happy.

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  • kgtenacious
    Apr 17, 06:51 PM
    It's appropriate that Toys'r'Us would carry the iPad 2, an overpriced toy.

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  • Brandon Sharitt
    Sep 4, 07:26 AM
    Awww and I haven't even gotten tired of my first generation nano yet...

    But if the metal enclosure is as good as those on the minis then I might just have to upgrade. :p

    I still like my first generation Nano, but my girlfriends dog got a hold of it and broke the screen. Luckily I can see just enough of the bottom of the screen to put in on shuffle songs, so it's like having and extra wide black shuffle. I'm waiting update before I buy a new one. Besides, my trusty mini still works too.

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  • stroked
    Apr 26, 09:05 AM
    I hardly think you know what percentage of the time these programs are abused.

    Are these programs sometimes abused? Certainly and it's a problem but unless you have numbers don't claim that these social programs are largely in vain.

    I will claim that food stamps are mostly abused. I don't have numbers, but I have eyes, and have known several people that have received food stamps. I have had people I know, as well as strangers, ask me if I would buy their food stamps. I wish food stamps were limited with what you could buy, something like the way WIC does.

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  • Ashapalan
    Sep 13, 04:07 PM
    Well the looks and the battery life just led me to put in my order for a 2GB silver model :)

    I can't wait for this thing to arrive and meet it's substantially larger sibling, (powerbook).

    My only worry is that it won't work well in my nike+ armband, does anyone know if it does?

    Anyhows, here's to the waiting game...

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  • John.B
    Nov 23, 07:50 PM
    Are you calling those people who bought the iTunes beatles songs stupid?


    I'm saying that all those people who said, "Everyone who likes the Beatles already have all of their albums" (ahem, that list includes me! :eek:) weren't just wrong, they were epically wrong. :cool:

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  • Sydde
    Mar 11, 10:16 AM
    If Apple OC doesn't come up with a solid reason as to why Canada or the US need to maintain a large standing military with enormous costs (such as threat level etc.) I am going to call troll.


    I can. The US, and Canada to a lesser extent, have a great many commercial interests all over the world. Some of these are in regions where the local people might be inclined at some point to arbitrarily and summarily upend the status quo and just take over carefully developed and husbanded resources or simply fail to recognise established rights and contracts. The parties involved in these enterprises are typically very wealthy individuals or groups who support the government officials who keep the military maintained in good condition to enforce proper capitalism across international borders.

    As a side benefit, the "military industrial complex" is so deeply entangled in the domestic economy that serious cuts to its budget could spell financial disaster for dozens or hundreds of American communities (the situation is probably less tenuous in Canada).

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  • vartanarsen
    Mar 25, 12:36 PM
    I know what this is. at&m is catching up on all iPhone users using T-Mobile edge.....
    Now we are screwed for sure.

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  • bearda
    Aug 24, 05:58 PM
    Apple phone support seems to have entirely melted down. Hitting the battery recall options only tells you they've discontinued phone support and that you should use the "chat" option on the apple support webpage (which seems to be invisible). Trying to go through iBook support just manages to get me disconnected after a variety of error messages from the phone system

    Andrew Beard

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  • djepsilon
    May 5, 11:37 AM
    I'm not sure why, but like many, I don't like 3D either. However, when the iPad can project a holographic touch.... ho..lo...gram? (Yes lets go with that)

    ...THEN I'll be interested! :cool:

    Mar 19, 10:31 AM
    My take on this is that in order for the iPOD Classic to survive, it needs the larger HDs now available, IOS & a touch screen. Then it would be essentially a tiny iPAD + a large capacity iPOD and I think some people not wanting to carry around such a large device as the iPAD might like that.

    Otherwise, if sales are sluggish, they'll have no choice but to euthanize it. Pity, because it's still the only Apple device that many people can fit their ENTIRE music collection on. My iPhone certainly doesn't and doesn't for many people.

    Mar 29, 08:58 AM
    I only use current iOS voice control for dialing.

    Would love better voice technology in iOS 5. Make it so!

    Mar 25, 09:13 PM
    I hate how you have to download the entire OS every time there's a small update like this. 666MB for a few bug fixes... Also, what's up with the 666MB? Maybe we should stay away from this update guys lol.

    Could be not a coincidence. The first apple computer did sell for $666.66.....

    Apr 14, 10:38 AM
    And all the Apple haters claim the "iToys" are responsible for the immense growth. Nah, people just want a PC that works and its called a Mac!

    Totally, cause Windows doesnt work...users are just pretending :rolleyes:

    Mar 29, 12:33 AM
    To offer hardware at the same time as WWDC mixes the message to developers and (mostly) to the world at large -- unless, UNLESS it deals with something that developers need to know -- the iPhone 4 was announced during WWDC 2010 for one BIG REASON --> Retina Display.

    WWDC 2003: PowerMac G5, iLife.

    WWDC 2004: 23 and 30 inch cinema displays, iTunes 4.9

    WWDC 2006: Mac Pro

    WWDC 2008: iPhone 3G

    WWDC 2009: iPhone 3GS, 13 inch MacBook Pro, and bumps to the 15/17 Pros.

    WWDC 2010: iPhone 4

    There is a lot of precedent for hardware and software announcements at WWDC, including a lot of stuff that doesn't directly impact developers. It's a big media event, and Apple saves on throwing two events close together in the summer by announcing things at WWDC.

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