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  • Branskins
    Apr 30, 12:33 PM
    Look at us debating this, I am sure Apple is having a hard time determining what to do too! I have a feeling they like it to, but you are correct that it is confusing when there are only two options.

    However, this doesn't mean I think it should go away. It just needs a little more tweaking! :D

    Also, I am glad they are going with the squarish buttons. It's amazing how more modern it feels compared to the rounded buttons!




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  • balamw
    Apr 16, 01:58 PM
    Indeed, not bashing MS, but they completely over promised "longhorn" and under-delivered when Vista was released.

    But that's nothing new, to either Microsoft or Apple.

    I can't imagine how different things would be today if "Cairo" and "Copland" had materialized with all the technologies they promised over 15 years ago.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copland_(operating_system)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cairo_(operating_system)

    Since then, I just wait to see what sticks, and even then, features can get deprecated in subsequent releases. I think Windows Home Server 1's Drive Extender technology was awesome, but they've pulled it from the next major release.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 11, 12:52 PM
    only if W8 had a 32bit flavor. Otherwise, no. Apple prefers one flavor. At any rate, Apples motivation is to sell hardware so the push to update is always there. MS only cares about software.

    umm my computer from 2004 could run Windows 8 (slowly but it could) because it does have a 64 bit processor in it. I also believe W8 is going to be 64 bit only. W7 was the last 32 bit OS.




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  • TC2COOL
    Jan 11, 10:00 PM
    Everyone is making comments that suggest that the Gizmodo guys are professionals and have broken some code of ethics.

    They are BLOGGERS. There are no rules in blogging. There are no codes of ethics.

    Sure they were over the top, but that drove traffic to their site. The only thing they are worried about is traffic to the site, that is how they make money.

    Should they be banned? Why? It's not like they are journalists.




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  • AidenShaw
    Oct 4, 06:01 AM
    They might get laughed at but apple will be the ones laughing when their the first to debut santa rosa with 800mhz fsb and nand flash. Hopefully this is whats going to happen
    Apple won't be first, they'll either announce the same day as HP/Dell/Lenovo/Acer/Asus/... - or they'll announce later.

    With Yonah, Merom, Woodcrest and Conroe, the pattern has been "later".

    At some point the consumer experience is not appreciably improved by processor improvements. Except for media processing intensive applicatons, we are there.

    That alone ia an amazing statement for the Apple platform.

    Can any other platform say that or even promise that any time within 2 years?
    Windows and Linux are running on the same platform, and both have proven SMP capabilities far beyond what Apple is selling.

    Most of the quad and octo systems at IDF were running XP, W2K3, or Vista. None were running OSX.




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  • iMikeT
    Sep 12, 04:05 AM
    All I can say is that five weeks from now we will see iTunes 8.0 along with a "true" iPod Video.




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  • gregorsamsa
    Jan 12, 08:55 PM
    Actually, I find your post to be spot off. I find your portrayal of Mac owners to be shallow, self-serving, stereotyping and weak. I did notice you used the term 'some' in an attempt to mitigate your attack.

    The fact is, of the 50-100 Mac users I know, I only know one other person who reads these boards. The majority are just owner/users who love their machines. If I were to pick a group of smug zealots around here, it would be the the Apple bashers.

    I expected the trolls to come flying out of the woodwork after Tuesday. You are living up to all my expectations.

    The "some" in my post wasn't meant to mitigate anything. I meant every word I said in exactly the way I said it. That you then choose to attach your own paranoid interpretation to it is entirely down to you.

    There's actually no Apple bashing in my post whatsoever but, as is all too typical with a few people, feathers are all too easily ruffled & then we get the tired, old accusations of trollism coming out. That you should talk about "living up to all my expectations" is kind of rich in the circumstances.




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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Nov 16, 12:46 PM
    Well, no one said ditching.. I'm sure Apple's got their gear running on all sorts of things, just in case. Where Apple's machines are in the market, the Intel name and specs are far more valuable than AMD, no? Intel's got a fire under them now, and the sleeping giant's gathering steam, so while I'm sure Apple's got many plans, I can't see them expanding x86 suppliers for a long, long time..

    But, then again, who wants to watch movies on a 3" screen? :-)

    I can't see Apple ditching intel this early somehow.




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  • DavidLeblond
    Sep 12, 07:22 AM
    Aint it a bit early for that. With 5 hours to go before the event:confused: :confused:

    It's called hype, my friend.




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  • O.Anvari
    Sep 12, 07:55 AM
    I am using my windows machine at work, when trying to check whether iTunes is up to date an error is displayed, saying, that the iTunes cannot connect to the server.

    This means iTunes 7 is coming very soon




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  • p8ntballguy
    Oct 10, 09:48 PM
    i made a quick mockup of what it could be like, i left out some details. I changed the dvd icon to a mail/gtube one(youtube) because it supossdly has wi-fi.....opinions?

    http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/374/ipodmockzr0.jpg




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  • Santabean2000
    Oct 4, 08:53 PM
    I never said it was normal for the "rest of the world". I was simply stating what was normally considered a mansion in the US.

    Which brings me back to the notion of perspective. I'm not trying to get at you. It's just been my experience that a lot of folk from the US don't actually know that they're from the US; you ask them "Where are you from?" and they'll reply Texas, LA, etc. You really sense a lot of people feel like the US is the world, and have never ventured too far out of it. Again, I'm not trying to get at you; you may be the most worldly of people.

    I was just getting mad at the folk who claimed that SJ's house was anything but a complete mansion. It is. US definition or not.




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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 08:49 AM
    Those are easier for me because I grew up with them. I can't even say the name of my street right in this country. :P Terowi, like what's that?

    Anyways I degrees, this update better be for all stores since they are all down otherwise it'll be the first of a few disappointments of the evening.

    Yes there will be disappointments we always shoot to high and feel cheated.

    TE- ROW(as in fight)-EE

    Can't wait for all the disappointment to settle in. The Merom-waiters are going to go beserk.




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  • wpotere
    Apr 13, 08:52 AM
    The official 9/11 commission report speaks for itself.



    Linky (http://www.usatoday.com/travel/columnist/mcgee/2008-02-27-state-of-airline-security_N.htm)

    So much about that. Even when you read biased **** like the recent RAND Corp report the findings are astounding. What baffles me even more is their conclusion that international airtravel is the threat and domestic security should be reduced again. Nevermind that the 9/11 flights were all domestic flights and the 9/11 gang would have most likely been caught had they tried this stunt on an international flight with the pre 9/11 security measures of international travel. There is so much misinformation and ******** being propagated in this arena my trust in the competence of anyone involved in this business is absolute zero.

    That is a 2+ year old blog article and proves nothing. :rolleyes:

    So tell me since you seem to be so wise, what would you do to fix this problem? Rather than tear down the current solution how about telling us what you would do to FIX it? We clearly can't get rid of screening as that leaves us open for attack using planes as missles.




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  • gdew
    Jan 5, 10:21 PM
    I am not sure whether or not this has been suggested, but is it not possible for someone in the audience (macrumors.com) to set up a video or audio feed?




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  • AndroidfoLife
    Apr 15, 10:08 PM
    The iphone defined the real smart phone we know today.

    And by that what do you mean. iPhones had little impact on phones like the BB Curve




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  • Machead III
    Sep 12, 03:58 AM
    6 (SIX) PM UK time :)

    I thought it was 5pm?




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  • CAWjr
    Mar 17, 09:22 AM
    I don't understand why the register even opened if the transaction was not complete. If the kid rang up the Ipad at $499 the plus the applicable state tax, you gave him the cash on hand, the register still should have required the balance from the credit card? The register in the my opinion should not have even opened up? Much less print a receipt saying the full price was paid?

    The only way I can this happening is if the kid keyed in the exact amount of the purchase price as cash.

    It sounds like that's exactly what happened. the cashier thought the OP handed him exact change & just keyed in the full amount as cash.

    The cashier certainly bears some of the blame for the error, but the OP was fully aware of the error from the start and did nothing to correct it.




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  • poundsmack
    Nov 17, 06:07 AM
    As I would imagine I am willing to be that Apple and Intel have come sort of legal contract saying that apple can NOT use an AMD (or VIA or Transmeta, etc...) processor. That wouldnt pusprise me in the least. infact its just good business....but then again i could be wrong




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    first-chill!, second-chill a little more, third-am i not within my own rights to call something as i see it?or is that reserved solely for you?the choice of words i use are just that my choice so take your opinion about me elsewhere as after some thought iv decided I couldn't care any less what you say.

    Opinion...yes. Have one. Share it. Talk all you want about how useless this app is. It may in fact be useless to some people. There are tons of useless apps out there. I don't like them. I have them. I've waisted time downloading them. The problem here isn't opinions....the problem is labeling. If your opinion is that you hate the app and it's worthless, then great. If anyone thinks their "opinion" is that downloaders of the app are morons, then now you're labeling people. And that my friend is wrong. I am amazed at the bashing on this site. I rarely read the posts anymore because its filled with people slamming something they don't understand or don't like. Some poor unexpected person shares his or her opinion and the people here light up and start flaming.

    Sad. I actually like the app and find it useful. I don't find Doodle Jump useful but I don't think people that do are morons. I try real hard not to label people. So start flaming and jumping all over me for being this or that. Just sad.

    and I'm surprised at the angry people like yourself being so angry at another grown ups choice of words!who are you to tell me what i can and can't say?do yourself a favor and don't reply i don't suffer fools. think il quit this forum to many ignorant people




    oceans777
    Apr 8, 07:02 PM
    I got my iPad 2 at the magical store. CompUSA. Winner.




    maclaptop
    Apr 17, 07:39 AM
    Nice one arsehole. Ruining my industry. I hope you don't get paid for the next few shifts you do at work and then maybe you'll realise how selfish and greedy you're being.

    True, that's a huge problem with kids, they have been repeatedly worshiped by their parents, thus and air of entitlement is all they know.




    bommai
    Oct 17, 09:41 AM
    That comment about not including the burner is interesting, and I'm at least trying to give it some more thoughtful consideration. Who really needs to burn 30 - 50 GB of data? For backup solutions, wouldn't just getting a huge external hard drive be more practical? Portability might be a factor there, but external drives aren't that cumbersome I don't think. I'm thinking that the majority use of those HD media burners would be to copy movies with illicit applications. Could Apple put in place some protection framework that attempted to only allow creative-works-originating software to burn HD discs, (ie, iMovie, iDVD, FinalCut and other pro apps that use full quality, large size files) therefore denying use of a program that takes a quick and dirty imported disc image and burn it to disc, so that you'd have to work around some long and annoying solution to make an illegal copy (ala burning audio CDs in iTunes and reimporting them to strip the DRM) that would deter any easy mass pirating?

    More simply, I'm curious of who out there needs to burn 30 to 50 GB chunks of data, too large for a dual layer DVD to hold, and why.


    If Apple wants to sell a lot of movies online and if the movies eventually become 720p or 1080p, users will need big discs like these to backup their movies. Right now I cannot even backup my iPhoto library into one DVD because it is about 11 GB.




    bluebomberman
    Oct 2, 05:24 PM
    Oh and I also want a T-shirt that says "DVD John cracked my butt." :)

    Ouch. Ew. Gross.

    :eek:



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