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  • l3lack J4ck
    Nov 24, 11:36 AM
    i just called Northpark (dallas) apple store and they said no other discounts can be included...they ever said governemnt could not be combined...

    sorry guys




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  • eggstone
    Nov 24, 09:29 AM
    In store you should be able to get both discounts.

    I am looking forward to hear the follow up on this story. I really doubted you can get both EDU and Thanksgiving discount together, even in store.

    Maybe one can just ask the question to a on-line apple-store-chat staff?




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  • Chundles
    Nov 27, 06:09 AM
    We're getting some sort of event down here in the big brown dry burning land on Friday - only three days to go till I find out if I can finally replace my 3G iPod and now that I'm back to earning real money again I might grab a few little accessories...:D




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  • Links
    Aug 10, 03:41 PM
    I ordered mine on Monday and got it yesterday (ground shipping!). [...]
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    Reminds of an issue many years ago when Apple released the G3 (B&W).
    The first batch had a crippled ATA bus due to the wrong chip.
    If you bought the same machine, same model number, same specs
    a month later you had a different chip and much improved Hard Drive performance.
    How could you tell them apart?
    You had to search out the chip inside the G3 and find the number on the chip to compare with the newer one.




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  • amusedchimp
    Oct 6, 03:25 PM
    i live in the san francisco bay area ---berkeley.
    3 years of verizon service >>dropped calls were virtually non-existent
    and the only place i couldn't get service was on trips to the russian river.

    at first my iphone/att worked pretty well in my home
    now...after 1 year the signal in my home has continuously degraded
    and become sporadic
    my dropped call rate at home has consistently increased
    >well over 30% even when the signal indication looks good.

    reception and call retention in the city is spotty at best

    even if this is just due to a dramatic increase in the use of their network ..
    that just means that att has sold services they can't provide.

    I really love my iphone and am sorely regretting that i'm going to have to give it up because of att's unacceptable lack of reliable service




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  • sandrotto
    Jan 11, 02:38 PM
    speculations are great .. but here's the big 'BOOM' next Tuesday.. :D

    In the second hour of Steve's keynote.. he'll introduce this.. :)

    Macbooks get a little facelift along wtih LED.. everything else remains the same.. priced a little more competitively..

    Macbook Pro.. facelift along with performance upgrades.. I don't have more details..

    What's missing is performance and portability at affordable pricing.. here's the newest addition..

    - <0.8 Inch
    - ~3.5 pounds including 6 hr - 8 hr battery
    - 13.3 LED
    - Aluminum casing .. some iPhone design features.. black is in..
    - Santa Rosa Chipset 2.0/2.2
    - 120/250 GB HD



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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 21, 11:44 AM
    Don't think this is necessary in such a highly polarized forum but whatever, I shall ignore them.




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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 17, 11:25 AM
    First off, Apple does not have the time or ways to check for security risks. They don't have the source code, and we've already seen apps with banned talents appear. Moreover, security research shows that many iOS apps can access personal information (and many do send that off to remote servers without Apple making a peep).

    As for approvals, apps that "duplicate" Apple functionality are banned. That alone means a lot of cool stuff is not available from their store.

    You also cannot write a homebrew app for your friends and give it to them to use, unless you want to pay $100 a year to keep a dev license going. That's another reason why there's so much crud in the app store.

    Unfortunately, we've also seen apps approved that should never have been, such as the baby shaker one.

    Don't confuse approval control with a guarantee of either security or quality.

    And once an app that gets by with security risk is found, it is removed. Compare this to getting an app off of site X. Does site X remove the app because it was found to be a security risk? And should an appear turn out to be stealing information, which is easier to trace to the source, one that went through the app store registration process with apple or on on site X residing somewhere in Russia?

    You're narrowly defining the methods of security that Apple's app store can provide.




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  • chrono1081
    Mar 17, 11:32 PM
    OP I completely sympathize.

    I have friends who cell cell phones and I'm always hearing how their droids are better than my iPhone...but what I also hear is non-stop complaining about the droids being slow, or such and such not working on it. I always say things like "Funny, I never have problems with my iPhone". (My friends all assume that since I use an iPhone I know nothing about Android (surprise! I develop for both platforms!)).

    It can get worse with computers. I'm a windows desktop and server tech and I almost lost my job simply because a co-worker found out I had a mac, went to my boss and told him that I obviously wasn't good with computers since I needed to use an "easier, less capable" machine. My boss called me into his office (mind you this is my personal computer at home!) and asked me about it. Luckily not only was I able to show my work was excellent, but I also sold my boss on a mac who know owns one thanks to me and wonders why he didn't try them sooner.

    Its amazing how foolish people can be over a stupid piece of electronics.




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  • ipodtoucher
    Apr 11, 12:36 PM
    I purchased a stay at this Castle. I hope the wife likes it.

    I'm reminded of Little Britain hahahaha "Maybe I did and Maybe I didn't"
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  • sailnavy
    Jan 15, 02:13 PM
    So are we ever going to see Time Machine support for the TB drive I bought for my AEBS in preparation for Time Machine release?




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  • Chupa Chupa
    Sep 12, 06:55 AM
    If it's just Disney, then there's not much point. The reason iTMS succeeded from the start was that it was simple and it had the largest library from which you could purchase single songs. If the iTunes Movie store starts with just Disney movies, then it's dead in the water. Let's just hope that ThinkSecret is wrong again, as usual.


    Do you recall when iTunes launched the video store? The only TV shows were like 3-4 ABC shows + a few Disney Channel shows. I think you are underestimating the power of iTunes to drag studios along. Disney has a large library of titles, and not just Mickey Goes to Camp.

    But it's going to be HARDWARE that looms large if a movie store can be sucessfull, then pricing, then content. No WS iPod, and I think the sucess rate goes down dramatically. The majority of people have no desire to watch movies on their computer unless maybe on a laptop if they are travelling.




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  • SiliconAddict
    Nov 16, 07:41 PM
    I'd have to disagree with that.


    A better statement would be your average user doesn't care about chip brand as long as the computer is relatively fast, and you get good battery life.

    if this does happen would apple finaly consider leting there Os's on ur standart hp compaqs etcs ?

    No.




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  • maflynn
    Apr 13, 05:53 AM
    I have to say that Networking has definitely improved from XP to Win 7, but when I switched over to OS X, one of the first things I noticed was how much *easier* and *simple* networking was on the Mac side.
    My experience has been the exact opposite with the Mac, whether its trying to access a share on one of my other computers (my wife uses a PC) or accessing network resources on my work's network.

    When in windows 7 it "just worked" I had no need to mess with eth0, drivers or any manually set up a network. I was able to connect to the resource and use it. Also it was much faster.

    I had issues with OSX, that I was unable to access any shared files from my wife's computer. Accessing my work stuff was a bit easier but was SLOW, painfully slow. I pull up a folder with a couple hundred files, and I can easily sit there for well over 10 minutes while OSX does it thing. Windows, just a couple of minutes.

    Networking is where windows has a clear advantage of OSX, in part because many (most?) enterprise networks are windows based, at least from my experience.


    I wish windows goes UNIX to attain dead heat with Mac OS X.
    I'll be the first one to jump and get a windows laptop (won't leave my macintosh though, ever ;)).
    Given the design of windows, there's zero chance of that, it would require a complete rewrite and the folks at MS really don't see the design of windows being flawed. Especially since they see the marketshare being what it is - kind of like why fix it if it isn't broke mentality.




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  • fivepoint
    Mar 3, 09:45 PM
    I heard somewhere that federal employees are not able to collectively bargain for their benefits package. If this is true, why are recent states' attempts to restrict unionized bargaining seen as being so draconian, and why isn't there an outcry to give federal employees the same "rights"?

    That's true regarding federal employees. It's being labeled as draconian because that's how union thugs get their message across. They need to scare people in order to get their way. Scare or intimidate... and thankfully they aren't powerful enough to intimidate all of us at this point. Not that they aren't trying:

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    "... Meticulous attention should be paid to the special relationships and obligations of public servants to the public itself and to the government. All Government employees should realize that the process of collective bargaining, as usually understood, cannot be transplanted into the public service. It has its distinct and insurmountable limitations ... The very nature and purposes of Government make it impossible for ... officials ... to bind the employer ... The employer is the whole people, who speak by means of laws enacted by their representatives ...

    "Particularly, I want to emphasize my conviction that militant tactics have no place in the functions of any organization of government employees. Upon employees in the federal service rests the obligation to serve the whole people ... This obligation is paramount ... A strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent ... to prevent or obstruct ... Government ... Such action, looking toward the paralysis of Government ... is unthinkable and intolerable." -Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States, and Progressive/Liberal Hero




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  • yg17
    Apr 13, 08:50 AM
    I don't see anything wrong with it at all. People use children to carry goods all the time and the TSA agent was totally professional about it talking through each step. The rules are there to provide a layer of safety and if you think that it doesn't and don't like the rules, ride the bus!

    Better yet, let's remove the TSA agents and let someone fly a plane into another building. :rolleyes:

    The 9/11 hijackers did not bring anything on the plane that was banned. No amount of groping or searching by airport security would've prevented 9/11.

    9/11 was a failure of intelligence, not a failure of airport security.




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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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  • garry12
    Jan 10, 06:45 PM
    It's Telstra they wont place a reasonable pricing structure, plus their NextG network sucks. As I said before I want an iPhone but I wont buy if it's with Telstra.

    Agreed. I just hope that other an unlocked version is available eventually




    dunk321
    Mar 17, 12:46 AM
    I am a reward zone member, the receipt said I paid $530.00 cash. I also received my reward zone points for purchase believe it or not. Funny thing is the kid looked like he was having a crappy day to begin with and probably had it with the madness in the store and looked like he didn't know how to take 2 different forms of payment.




    KnightWRX
    Mar 6, 01:55 PM
    I think this is the key point for this argument. Apple, true, did not introduce the first touch screen phone. However, they blew the lid off the touchscreen phone market when introducing the iPhone.


    One problem I see with Apple though is once they have their successful recipe, they tend to stagnate on it. That's when the competition gets the jump, starts innovating themselves and pushes ahead.

    Android OS has gone through many changes and many people are now starting to feel iOS is getting dated. Android was first with true multi-tasking (iOS still lacks it even though it doesn't kill batteries on Android phones), copy/paste, augmented reality apps and they've implemented a much better notification system than Apple's near useless "block everything you're doing to answer this question".

    Look at the MacBook Air, Rev A. They launched it, then basically forgot about it until the Rev D model which is now one of their top sellers. Will they stagnate there too ? A lot of people thought that "the future of Macbooks!" would actually translate in a few changes to other Macbook lines. It didn't. Look at the Mac Mini.

    With the iPod, they were lucky that devices like PMPs were already very limited. As long as they played music, who cares what else they do. In computers, smartphones and now tablets, there is much more room for competitors to leap frog Apple and we're already seeing it as far as smartphones go. The once mighty iPhone is now finding its spot in the industry, comfortably sitting at #3 or #4.




    princealfie
    Nov 16, 02:35 PM
    Perhaps we can choose between AMD and Intel? more options on the table.




    xVeinx
    Apr 29, 01:58 PM
    These naysayers have been moaning and groaning about iOS forever. They will continue to do so forever. In the meantime the rest of the world will get on with using some great software (many of it free) and getting a lot of things done.

    I'm glad Apple is pushing things forward. The last thing I want to see is OS X stagnate. Since we are now in the post-PC era, ideas from iOS are precisely what need to be explored. It won't be too many more years from now when the majority of consumer-level computing devices will be tablets running iOS-type gestures. It will be the expected thing to be able to support finger gestures to do common tasks. Any OS that cannot handle this will be considered old-fashioned.

    Apple is doing the right thing by getting the future into OS X. They don't want to be left behind.

    In another sense, the direction of the consumer PC/tablet/etc. will be where Apple takes it. They can play off of their successes with the iPad and iPhone and use that to shift the market to devices where Apple has a substantial amount of IP, experience, and expertise. It's one thing to be an alternative, as opposed to a shift where everything else becomes a (less desirable) alternative. That's where Apple is trying to go. Obviously not everyone agrees, but they have thus far made substantial inroads. Apple is increasingly a consumer-focussed company, so the utility of an interface in OS X, for instance, may suffer in it's usability for the "power user." It's hard to say though how much compromise will be made, as the dramatic changes in Final Cut Pro's upcoming release indicate a continued commitment to at least one sub-group of power users.




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