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  • Subiklim
    Aug 23, 04:49 PM
    Ha! Probably crossed their minds.

    I highly doubt it. Remember, when Apple gets big, they'll have the group of haters that follow Microsoft claiming monopoly.

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  • martygras9
    Mar 23, 04:22 PM
    I live in Nevada and honestly the cops spend more time Giving tickets out then doing real police work. Since the state has been financial hardship, The cops are out drumming up business. Honestly, do you think someone who is Drunk is going to be checking the app for the checkpoints? Its just an excuse to get rid of these apps from the store and increase revenue. Apple dont bend to the pressure, These apps do not break any rules for the App store and if you start letting the Government decide what should and shouldnt be, is the day I finally Jailbreak my Iphone.

    My God, jailbreak your phone's fantastic!

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  • mlrproducts
    Sep 13, 11:26 PM
    MR should be happy, as it seems there are plenty of new, naive and ignorant noobs running around.

    1) Read the darned article before you spout off about "well hows'I gonnda call wichout me dile pad?"

    2) There is a slim to none change this will be any type of smart phone. Scratch that, there is no chance. I would post numbers but I don't have to, because anyone with common sense could put together that the number of non-smart phones outsell smart phones to about a billion to one. (However aside from the obvious mp3/aac playing abilities, it will be "enhanced" in the sense that it will have bluetooth and sync seamlessly with iSync.)

    3) Touchscreen would be nice, but it seems as if Apple's patents never materialize. That, and 3b) any type of touch device [that already gets skin/hair oil on it] would be too dirty with fingerprints all over it.

    4) Quit complaining about a slider. 4b) They are popular (which for the economically challenged=they sell well=more money for Apple). Also, I would ask that you really think about how often you use your "most recently dialed" list or phonebook vs. new numbers.

    5) Technically the artist's rendition is not "nano-like," it is now "vintage retro-1st gen nano-like." ;)

    6) While I don't want to challenge Arn's sources, it would be difficult to make the back true "chrome" as the iPods, due to signal issues (unless an external antenna was used, which is unlikely based on a whole slew of reasons I won't go into).

    7) The phone will more than likely be GSM. You MIGHT get a CDMA version poor other folks, but not likely (and if so, perhaps only carried on Verizon, and not at release).

    8) And #7 leads to real issues re: business. These include: will Apple become a virtual carrier, will the release the phone GSM unlocked and only Apple branded, will it be produced by another manufacturer (ie: Samsung) and attributed as such (unlikely), or are they going to go with the obvious Cingular release (and the possibility of adding to T-Mobile after a Cingular exclusive period). Lastly, worldwide release/availability issues.

    9) Quit asking about live iChat video chat, it AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN. A possible related item would be iChat texting (similar to current AOL, Yahoo, ICQ).

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  • toddybody
    Mar 23, 04:20 PM
    Pull them Apple. I'm honestly surprised they were allowed in the first place...

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  • Multimedia
    Aug 31, 01:50 PM
    September 12 SteveNote. Well I must have posted that phrase scores of times earlier this year - just didn't think it would be in San Francisco instead of Paris. All the better. Perfect ending to a wonderful Summer 2006.

    Lots for him to talk about.

    Core 2 Duo will be the star.
    End of Core Solo minis.
    All new redesigned MacBook Pro.
    All new iMac design with Conroe inside.
    iTunes Media Store Movie Downloads.

    Maybe even "One More Thing"

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  • Piggie
    Apr 14, 12:04 PM
    There is no way Apple would deliberately block/not support USB3 on Mac's is there, to force Apple uses to have to buy Thunderbolt only peripherals and not be able to use cheaper USB3 items?

    They would never do that would they?

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  • kdarling
    Apr 20, 10:56 AM
    I was just about to post the same thing; the application says that it couldn't find the consolidated.db file. I even tried syncing my iPhone once more and it still didn't help. An interesting note though - I own a Verizon iPhone. I wonder if that has anything to do with it.

    You're right, they say that the Verizon CDMA phone doesn't keep the log.

    Okay, then it's a log of GSM cells that the phone sees and/or connects to.

    The question is, where does it get the location data from? Either the phone has a complete cell id database internally, or it's using GPS, or it has to go out on the network and ask Apple's cell id servers for the location.

    The researchers claim neither GPS nor network data is being used, so there would have to be an internal database, which I've never heard of. Something is missing.

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  • Ugg
    Apr 10, 10:41 AM
    LA Times (,0,4172495,full.story)

    Laborers in Swedwood plants in Sweden produce bookcases and tables similar to those manufactured in Danville. The big difference is that the Europeans enjoy a minimum wage of about $19 an hour and a government-mandated five weeks of paid vacation. Full-time employees in Danville start at $8 an hour with 12 vacation days � eight of them on dates determined by the company.

    "It's ironic that Ikea looks on the U.S. and Danville the way that most people in the U.S. look at Mexico," Street said.

    Well, the right has gotten what it wants. Low wages, no benefits, non-union jobs.

    What next? Reintroduction of slavery?

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  • LaazyEye
    Apr 14, 07:55 PM
    Yes but why would these devices move to USB3 either?
    Most are happy on USB1 or 2. with no demand for 3.
    If they have the market for features then Wireless is the most attractive up sell for most of them over faster wires. So Low bandwidth devices are either going to stay USB 2 or go wireless.

    Low bandwidth is really a moot point, it's high bandwidth that drives wired connections.

    I say this: Thunderbolt breakout boxes with built-in wireless usb =)

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  • Eidorian
    Jul 14, 02:15 PM
    Whoa!! I feel a lot better that MBP is not getting CPU upgrade anytime soon. I don't want my month-old MBP getting obsolete in another month.I will be obsolete. Merom is next month.

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  • p0intblank
    Sep 14, 11:32 AM
    Maybe they are revealing the new iPew so that we can plug in while saying our iPenance. Apple is reaching out to the neoconservative right with their podcasts from God. New Market....We've got a new market here....;) :D :D

    "Father bless me for I have iSinned. I will say my iRosary while it plays all my podcasts from iGod." ;) :rolleyes:


    Haha, now you're going to have me thinking about this while I am in mass next Sunday. :p

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  • marksman
    Mar 23, 05:19 PM
    I am going to say that I am in favor of not having Apps whose only purpose is to assist people in breaking laws and also increase the possibility that someone innocent will get injured or killed because of the use of such an Application.

    In other words if there is no legitimate use for an App other than to break the law and put people's lives in dangers, I think it is reasonable to ask Apple to review their policy on such things.

    Anyone who drives drunk these days has major problems. Anyone who uses a phone/tablet app to assist them in driving drunk is a complete arse and I can only hope bad things happen to them.

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  • AidenShaw
    Mar 23, 09:54 PM
    So its only SSD to SSD where you get the performance? For example, if I have a regular HD 7200 WD in my Imac and an externall Lacie SSD, I wont see the speeds posted? I needs to be SSD to SSD?

    Even SSD to SSD you won't see the 10 Gbps wire speed - if for nothing else than the fastest SATA standard is 6 Gbps. (Assuming that the internal SSD isn't a RAID-0 pair on 6 Gbps SATA controller in a PCIe x8 slot.)

    On the other hand, it *will* be faster than USB 2.0 or any shipping flavor of 1394 - so it's a good thing. An external ThunderPort drive will be as fast as an internal drive in the same configuration - because as far as the PCIe bus is concerned it *is* an internal drive.

    Apples will finally have the same speeds that eSATA has been giving "the rest of us" for a long time - but there will be a very limited selection of products and most likely a much higher price unless ThunderPort breaks into the high volume mainstream. My guess is that ThunderPort will have a niche market for high-end and special-purpose peripherals (RAID arrays, video/audio professional gear, docking stations), but you won't find USB/1394/ThunderPort disks on sale at Costco. Just due to the butt-pain of daisy-chaining you won't see consumer-priced disks.

    I'd buy a ThunderPort to 8 port eSATA hub in a microsecond if it had port-multiplier support, though. (Or, more truthfully, a microsecond after my non-Apple system could support ThunderPort.)

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  • manu chao
    Apr 20, 10:10 AM
    Do the system logs of your Mac contain all the WiFi networks you have ever connected to? And can't you track a laptop's movement from this?

    Logging takes place all the time, the question is always how long the logs are kept, system.log gets deleted after some time, it seems the oldest are eight days old on my Mac. Now, why would the iPhone not delete these log files after a while?

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  • kettle
    Oct 28, 03:19 AM
    Thats the difference between the US and UK, we dont have your gun culture:mad:

    That's so patronising. Are you saying that Britain has never had a gun culture or just you narrow experience of the world leads you to believe this to be the case? Either way, you seem to have missed the not so gradual slide of Great Britain into a cowering corner of the United States of Europe.

    There are two ways of law. Do what you like until a so called democracy decides what is against the law - or - Everything is against the law until a so called democracy decides what isn't illegal.

    The UK used to have the former (something to do with the magna carte:rolleyes:) and now we are headed in the other direction where small groups of noisy fascists (of all political persuasion) seem to think it's ok to bypass our once great legal and government system and force changes with who shouts loudest television media.

    BTW, what's the difference between 'gun culture' & the 'right to bare arms'

    To me it's that same dynamic that allows Greenpeace to fake and replace information with their own doctored information and spin.

    I'm sick of the way people think it's ok to 'skip around' the few basic but important rules that once held us altogether. It's not enough to be doing it in the name of a so called 'good cause'.

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  • toddybody
    May 3, 11:06 AM
    Check it out.. 2x 30" Dell's connected to the 27 iMac

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  • abrooks
    Sep 26, 08:52 AM
    I hope the Apple phone will be 3G. Is there any indication of this? Surely Apple wouldn't go with the old 2G technology.

    Very hard to say, but 3G is not taking to the rest of the world very well, especially the US as they can't get 2/2.5G to work properly yet. This is about the only occasion when the UK really is doing well.

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  • rontheancient
    Oct 27, 05:56 PM
    They should be welcomed with open arms at Mac Expo:rolleyes:

    They should be welcomed with LOADED arms at Mac Expo.

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  • Warbrain
    Apr 20, 12:35 PM
    and btw, google stores location data allll the time.

    Every single search is localized in some sense. Google is keeping track of where you are based off GPS or IP address. This is why I don't have an issue with this; I'd rather have the file on my computer than with a company that we aren't sure is going to be on the good side for long.

    Apr 19, 12:47 PM
    Apple keeps burning bridges and eventually it's going to come back to bite them in the ass. Samsung is holding all the cards here. Apple needs Samsung but Samsung doesn't need Apple. I wouldn't be surprised if Sammy has some unexpected production issues with ipad parts here shortly.

    Yeah, because Samsung doesn't have a huge interest in Apple buying it's product. If you think being dropped as a vendor for Apple's consumption of 40 + million iPad screens and iPhone screens, per year, wouldn't hurt, you're delusional.

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    Apr 30, 06:21 PM
    Bought monitors with anti-glare coatings. And monitor hoods.

    My first computer was a PowerBook G3 and after that it was an LCD iMac (not the Luxo). Never had to ever use a CRT other than school and even then it sucked big time. I feel privileged. With the release of all this gloss glass monitors from :apple:, I am saving a boat load of money by simply not upgrading to the crap offerings and just use a Dell monitor and update to a Mac Mini or MacPro when the time presents itself to upgrade.

    Thank you :apple: for not offering any Anti-Glare across the entire hardware lineup. :p

    Oct 12, 12:42 PM
    goes to a great cause, and doesn't cost you anything more.

    there is no such thing as charity in america, it always comes through commerce. why not just donate the $200 bux? does a lot more than the 10 bux you are donating now, so you can justify getting a new ipod. hell i would buy a red ipod just cos of the color i don't see why the cos has to be associated with it, if they're gonna do this they might as well just donate 10% of all ipod sales. at least it does something more than haveing a "show off" recipet for your so called act of charity.

    "Hi i'm bono, there's a huge aids problem in africa and people don't pay attention, heres a new ipod"


    Sep 14, 09:34 PM
    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.

    Hrm... for aperture i'd agree probably, but i'd be interested in trying one out with Capture NX :D

    Mar 30, 11:53 AM
    Honestly the term "app" didn't even exist 5 years ago. And yeah, it's super generic.

    I support microsoft on this one, guys.

    I keep hearing this...but yes it did. It was used occasionally for Windows Mobile apps, BlackBerry apps, and more. I just checked the internet wayback machine and found at several "apps" mentioned. Here is one "From business and personal productivity software to travel apps and games, we have the best mobile downloads to fit every interest."

    The point is that its been used for quite a long time. Not as often back then as it is now, but it was used.

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