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  • WildPalms
    Aug 28, 07:11 PM
    I wonder if some people read the guide I made at all. :confused:

    I do, I think you did a great job.

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  • bitfactory
    Oct 27, 09:27 AM
    I'm a Green Peace supporter, but with Bush in the Whitehouse, don't they have bigger fish to fry?

    It took almost 20 posts before GWB was mentioned. It seems the attention span of some folks is actually getting longer.

    Now back on point, please.

    The only reason GP is targeting Apple is because they think they actually have a shot at getting them to do something, and once Apple moves in response to GP, then they have ammo to go after the others.

    GP is a dead movement - we need a fair, equitable organization to take its place.

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  • Westside guy
    Sep 14, 08:38 AM
    :eek: I just literally finished ordering a new battery and 1gb memory upgrade so my ibook would last a little longer. If they release a tablet (which is what I'm holding on for) I'll cry!

    Don't cry - a tablet would be the absolute worst interface for edit digital photos, so there's absolutely no chance that'll be happening at photokina.

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  • andiwm2003
    Sep 9, 08:31 AM
    Yes of course it can, you obviously don't understand what x86_64 is.

    Manic Mouse obviously understands what 64 bit means. that is obvious if one is able to read the post.;)

    i also wonder if the new systems are really future proof or if hybrid systems like this will in a few years be not compatible. also how will windows run on a system like this? what about games that usually expect a certain hardware setup?

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  • pondosinatra
    Mar 24, 08:42 AM
    Im with you on the glossy iMacs, there AWFUL to actually sit in front of and use for any lenght of time, talk about eye strain.

    MATT option iMac and im there in a flash, but im not holding out hope, the �1600 ive sat waiting for a new desktop is more and more likely going towards a home built i7 sandybridge rig, and windows 7 so that when i sit with my back to the window the screen doesnt just refelect the outside world and i have to squint through it rather than just see what im working on. I dont need a tree or a bus in my spreadsheets or word documents thank you apple.

    I Love my Macbook pro, with its MATT screen, i cant justify a MacPro expense, and the Mac Mini just doesnt cut it at the graphics card level, so that leaves the iMac, love the form factor, love the OS, hate the unusable migrane inducing shiney screen.


    the iPad i prefer the glossy screen, same with the iPhone, but then the occasions ill be using an iPad require me to have a bright colour screen for PDFs, and the lighting is usually bad enough that the reflective qualities are not a problem.

    Well it looks like my iMac will meet the minimum specs for Lion, so I might upgrade, but then that's it for me. I'll probably go to Linux or some alternative operating system. - Maybe I'll crack out my NeXT Dimension Cube :D

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  • TheKrillr
    Aug 28, 04:14 PM
    this goes to show how behind apple is in updating.
    clearly they arent ready to adapt to an intel platform. the cant even make simple processor adjustments on time!
    all the major companies have made this transition.

    apple needs to stop being so secretive. they need to start acting like a real computer company, and let there customers know when upgrades are coming.
    i wouldnt be surprised if we didnt see these upgrades till october.. no.. january.

    this is ridiculous.

    /end rant

    On time? The other companies just announced, and are not actually shipping. Give apple time, I'm sure they'll be shipping before the others. :-)

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  • bedifferent
    May 3, 10:48 PM
    ... which is a better display in any way you care to name, except vertical resolution with the 30", than the 23" or 30" ACDs.

    Just like every other vendor, they realized it was pretty much impossible to implement. Use Windows at 150% mode and you'll see what I mean; *everything* is horribly broken. There will be pixel-doubled Macs within the next year.

    The prosumer market is tiny. Everyone in the country who is not dirt-poor or a Luddite has a phone. There are a few hundred thousand prosumers at most. You don't make money engineering expensive, cutting-edge products just for that market.

    Merging? Some iOS interface features are being added to Lion. They are not "merging." Lion is not losing any capabilities (other than Rosetta).

    You are saying Final Cut X is meh before anyone has even seen it? :


    There is no margin whatsoever in commodity desktop hardware; it's THE most price-sensitive part of the PC market. Apple doesn't do things where it can't generate high margins. It's not a charity, it's a business.

    What capabilities are missing from Lion as a result of iOS interface influence?

    How is the Magic Trackpad "painful?" Mine is my favorite input device ever by a huge margin. My only problem with it is that Apple took about 3 years too long to release it. What would you do to make it not "painful?"


    What benefits would 64-bit provide to the user, other than a very small performance improvement? iLife applications' GUI threads are not using more than 4 GB of RAM.

    Are you in favor of the prosumer, or the elitist "pro" who thinks their app is debased by a consumer feature? Prosumers use Facebook and (especially) Flickr. Since Apple already built the feature for iPhoto, it costs them nothing to throw it into Aperture.

    How is easier app installation hurting you?

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  • NY Guitarist
    Apr 30, 05:52 PM
    To those clamoring for a matte option I feel your pain but our time is long gone. I bought a Mac Pro just so I could use matte screen because my underdeveloped eyes couldn't get used to "looking past reflections" on the new iMac (which I sold in less than a year)

    Perhaps not though. Apple dropped the matte display on the Macbook Pro only to bring it back again.

    I know more than a few people who find the reflection issue horrendous, and in my opinion it goes against the PRO "user-experience" in exchange for the consumer "user-experience" Apple is so proud of, meaning brighter, more saturated colors.

    Apple even puts fake reflections in their ads.

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  • Nym
    Apr 20, 12:11 PM
    Depends on the cipher really. Not all ciphers can be decrypted with even the latest of the latest hardware, especially if you lack the private key. And a court order can force you all you want to give up that private key, but they can't force you to remember it or not lose it. ;)

    "I don't remember" or "I lost the private key to my encrypted backup, but here's the AES-256 encrypted file guys, have a go at it" are perfectly good answers.

    As for this topic, SLA/ToS whatever. Not everything written in a TOS is legal or binding. If they wrote you had to murder your 1st born child, would you ? Would a court find it legally binding ? Of course not. Invasions of privacy aside, is there even a reason to store the location information like that, timestamped and polled every second ?

    Why can't the device poll my location when asked for it only ? Why does it need to do it periodically ? Why is there no cleaning up after a certain time has elapsed ?

    All serious questions. Even if I don't have anything to hide my privacy is still important to me. If I want you to know about my mundane life with no frills, I'll tell you about it.

    Agree. I never understood the "Read the ToS" excuse because there's no way you are legally binded to everything that it says (your example was clear enough).

    I have no problem with the logs the phone creates (I have already downloaded the PhoneTracker app and I can confirm that it does work) but I would like to know when, how and why it�s running. Just because someone has "nothing to hide" doesn't mean that they want to "show you everything".

    Apple, since it clearly advocates a "user-driven" culture, needs to explain why this is happening.

    if you are not doing anything wrong, what is there to worry about?

    I kinda remember someone in the industry saying something like this...

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  • tpavur
    Apr 4, 12:07 PM
    "So Live and Let Die!"

    You shoot their leg, they shoot you in the head.
    Anyone who points a gun at another person is asking for trouble, even if he/she doesn't fire it.

    If guns didn't exist, things like this wouldn't be happening.

    If guns did not exist it would be happening with whatever does. swords, rocks, fists... in which case the mall cop would have probably been killed in this situation and lost the "good fight". It becomes a game of numbers when guns do not exist... all guns do is put everybody on a level playing field regarldess of numbers (be realistic) or physical strength.

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  • markjerard
    Apr 4, 12:59 PM
    Very sad. Someone lost their life over something so trivial. And sad that the guard has to live with knowing he took a life. :(


    I would not say that committing armed burglary and shooting at an outnumbered security guard is "something so trivial".

    The guard can live with the fact that someone tried to take HIS life, but fortunately he was trained well enough to defend himself successfully.

    Quit feeling sorry for criminals who CHOOSE to be criminals, and try your best to figure out that the person perpetrating the crime is NOT THE VICTIM!

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  • MattyMac
    Sep 13, 09:33 PM
    Type the following in the Terminal:

    cd /Applications/
    strings * | grep -i phone
    Where did you get that...says Motorola Phone and other phone related items.

    Wish it said iPhone.

    What else did you pick up from it?

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  • 0815
    Apr 25, 01:32 PM
    Umm, you do realize the processor can be 10000000x faster, the system is still completely hammed by the 5600rpm hard drive they put in there. Most tasks are faster on an Air then a 17" Pro. And if you're doing heavy lifting get a Mac Pro. People who bought the new processors don't enjoy the benefits 90% of the time.

    You must be a spec sheet reader, not someone who intelligently analyzes what they buy.

    I don't care anymore about speed of the processors. All of the newer generations are faster than what I need - the only upgrade that is worth it for me is going full SSD. I upgraded one older MacBook with an SSD and it's the best upgrade I ever did - worth more than any other upgrade, it is amazing who that old MacBook got from 'good too use' to 'feels insane fast'. Application startup time can't be measured anymore (some apps took >15sec before, now it's less than one second). From that experience, I would rather take a slower processore but the best SSD I can get.

    I know, there are some use cases where the processor speed counts - but just for compiling code and running other apps, I don't care anymore. The big bottleneck these days is the harddrive.

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 10, 08:40 PM
    I understand the need for a mid level consumer tower, but right now
    50%+/- of the market is looking at notebooks.

    The cluttered, wire infested desktop is also none too popular with many people.
    That's why the AOI iMac is so popular.

    The MacBook is already more powerful than the majority of desktops MOST
    average users have in their home.
    The mini does a respectable job filling the affordable hassle free niche.

    Heck, if you don't count the extra RAM cost, the Xeon powered Mac Pro 2.66 Quad is priced neck and neck with the mid level MacBook Pro.
    That's amazing when you really think about it.

    Even so, I do see a place for a Max mini of some sort starting
    with at least the power of half a Mac Pro Tower for $999.00

    If the iMac would come with a top of the line graphic card or as a BTO, it would be even more popular.

    But the top gamers want more than one card with SLI and that means a different form factor.

    I agree something is coming, but it does not have to be a mini. It could be a modified Mac Pro enclosure with liquid cooling for the graphic cards, CPU(s) and chip set. Mini or Maxi not sure. The system will also need to support overclocking of the CPU and Graphic cards. We will find out soon (prob October) for the holidays.;)

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  • Flake
    Apr 20, 02:09 PM
    The application is working terribly for me..I zoom into the map and it doesn't get any sharper, and lags horribly

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  • miketcool
    Nov 15, 01:21 PM
    To quote Mugatu from Zoolander:

    Really? RA used Apple Dev tools and the App Store folks put up a fight for 3 months. RA didn't break any rules and Apple doesn't have a cohesive process. RA walked away over Apple's policy conflicts, and people are defending Apple. Seriously, this behavior is still continuing at Apple, and it needs to change.

    My head hurts, I'm going to go lay down...

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  • Lightivity
    Sep 20, 04:30 AM
    Sorry if the question has been answered before, but here goes:

    Is any of the film content in iTunes Store in 16x9 encoded? In other words, is it enhanced for widescreen displays (commonly known as anamorphically encoded)?

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  • dr Dunkel
    May 3, 02:28 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; sv-se) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Meh... I was really hoping for a vastly improved Target Mode. Instead I got a seriously crippled one - no industry standard inputs and only support for a tenth of a � of the input devices on the market....

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  • Benjy91
    Apr 19, 07:07 AM
    No ... YOU want.

    Yep, he's the only iPhone user in the world who wants a better notication system, and a built in radio so he doesnt have to stream it over the internet. :rolleyes:

    Sep 10, 09:15 AM
    Predictions ...

    MBP 20" inch (1920 x 1200)
    4gb ram
    Dual HD = 250gb 7200rpm Raid 0
    Superdrive HD w/lightscribe
    iSight HD
    Audio Digital & analog in/out
    Vram 512MB GDDR 4 (PCI Xpress, HDMI + DVI + TV)
    3 - USB 2 / 2 - FW 400 / 2 - FW 800 / 1 - Sata
    Dual Ethernet


    Apr 19, 01:01 PM
    +1 on the notifications
    Who would want to have a s*itty radio tuner on their iphone? that's why I download music So I can listen to the music I want at good quality. with no commercials? And you can multi task any ways so what the big deal of streaming music? at least streaming is the genre you like haha

    Did you know that Radio offers more than just music?

    Sep 13, 09:25 PM
    Type the following in the Terminal:

    cd /Applications/
    strings * | grep -i phone

    Apr 20, 10:18 AM
    Section 4b:

    Thanks a lot.

    People are sooo raving about this. Haters. lol. Funny now. :D

    Apr 20, 12:59 PM
    If your behavior is risqu� then the risk of a security breach is very important. :)

    I'd agree. But unless someone is actually targeting you, you will get lost in the sheer amount of data. Google stores data about you, but they also store data about billions other.

    That doesn't mean that people would end up in trouble because of security breaches, but it's a lot like people winning on the lottery. Some do, but most don't.

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