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  • toes
    Nov 23, 06:38 PM
    Not sure about the AP Express (it's not on Apple's printed "Joy to the Wallet" sale list) ... Here it is again:

    "Joy to the Wallet" sale only on black friday '06:

    iMac: $898-$1958
    MacBook: $998-$1398
    .Mac: $68
    iPod Nano (except Reds): $138-$228
    iPod: $228-$318
    Wireless Mighty Mouse: $58
    Shure earphones: $78-$238
    Contour iPod Cases: $14-$24
    Belkin TuneBase FM: $58
    JBL On Stage Micro: $78
    JBL Spot Speakers: $108
    LaCie Hard Drives: $148-$888
    Incase Sling Pack: $48
    Xtreme Mac Micro Memo Voice Recorder: $48
    Sonic Impact Video-55 Display: $238
    Nike+iPod Sport Kit: $24

    The "red" iPod nanos and the new ipod shuffle remain at the same prices...

    Well, then you add tax and you would be better of buying online at free-shipping, no-tax options. Applestores are nice, to look at stuff, but no good for anything else (especially lousy are the 'so-called' genius bars).
    Just my 2c, t.




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  • Lacero
    Sep 8, 10:11 AM
    And apparently a complete moron when it comes to politics.He'll be in good company.




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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 17, 03:10 PM
    They're not in the records?

    Come on, guy. Does it really matter if somebody were gay? I thought people of a liberal mindset are supposed to be "colorblind" or what have you, yet all of a sudden their sexuality, which has nothing to do with their achievements, should be made an important part of history?

    How hypocritical.

    There's a difference in being colorblind in your everyday life - hiring the best man for the job, black or white - and acknowledging the people who made living like this possible - for example, remembering Jackie Robinson as the first black player in the major leagues. Nothing hypocritical at all about that.




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  • maclaptop
    Apr 16, 10:56 PM
    And different browsers didn't appear for a long while I thought.

    True. This is due to Apples desire to confine users to Safari.

    Their dictatorial approach worked for quite some time. Finally user push back was too much, and Apple caved.




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  • CaoCao
    Apr 27, 09:31 PM
    What should I be willing to learn? That some people feel with every inch of their being that they were put in the wrong body?

    I fully understand that and I am not about to argue it. I believe they deserve every right any other person is entitled to. I believe they are born this way and it is not a choice.

    So what am I hesitant to "learn"?

    Feral children think they are animals




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  • Willis
    Oct 10, 06:26 PM
    argh... enough with the speculation. these guys are shooting blanks.




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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 02:53 AM
    That's 7pm here in the UK... Just when I get home from work! :)

    Are any sites offering live feeds, etc?

    Macrumorslive.com does text feeds (the whole site shuts down, although at WWDC this year was the first time I've been able to access the forums the entire time, and the front page auto-refreshes every 60 seconds) from the event. They're not there but the feeds come from people who are.

    We'll be well informed, don't worry.




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  • balamw
    Apr 12, 09:02 AM
    PCs, I think, is going too far.
    Microsoft, apparently, begs to differ.

    B




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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    May 2, 04:02 PM
    Actually 10 comes after 9.

    You obviously missed the irony of it all (and yes, OSX is around 10 years old now). Windows was never called "1, 2, 3" etc. so there's more irony for OSX which did takes 10 years to get where it is now (i.e that's how long they've been working on OSX; OS9 has NOTHING to do with the length of time they've spent on the current OS, which has little or nothing to do with OS9 technologically other than the similarity in GUI interface (save the overlap in Carbon libraries). OSX is based on NeXTStep, itself based on Unix. It's not based on Mac Classic OS 1-9. But then my ;) should have clued you in. But then Windows haters rarely get such humor, IMO.




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  • bdj21ya
    Oct 10, 05:20 PM
    They can't be bummed since they aren't advertising it. The average consumer probably couldn't even tell it's been upgraded (except for the screen brightness)

    Hey now, don't forget games, search feature, and alpha transparency letter scrolling :rolleyes:.

    No, I think that this was just a stop gap to keep demand up at least a little more while they get the real update ready for market. However, I don't think that real update is coming until at least January, unless this last update was really just to get rid of excess components. But then, I'm with those who say the new update will be released above the current model's price point, not as a replacement (though that would be a few too many models for Steve to think we could comprehend).




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  • chameleon81
    Jan 9, 04:57 PM
    iphone with a better camera. that 2 megapixel camera is outdated.




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  • *LTD*
    Mar 8, 10:29 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8C148)

    Yes, it's Apples highly erratic priorities that are puzzling.

    Their extreme hypocrisy and superiority complex that causes them to go into denial in so many cases.

    They stonewall and refuse to operate in a candid & open way with customers. Instead they practice silently hiding as many of their issues as possible.

    Apples one true area of brilliance is their masterful art of marketing. In the finest example of typical American deceptive advertising, Apple describes their products as "magical & revolutionary".

    What a crock.

    They can't or won't even build a cool running MBP, after years on the market.

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1105643

    I won't get into a furball over your post. Which large tech company operates in a candid & open way with customers?

    The one's that license out their OS and dont give a sweet damn about User Experience, beyond what the absolute lowest sticker price will allow. Right?

    No?

    Ok.




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  • jbuck777
    Apr 16, 03:00 AM
    iPhone did nothing new. It just took some popular features and combined them. It was more of a game changer due to it being made by apple.

    I think you should go watch the keynote of 2007... the iPhone's introduction. I watched it the other day cause I had a little too much time to kill and felt like seeing where we came from.

    You don't realize just how incredible the iPhone is until you look back at what we came from.... go ahead, watch it.




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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 11, 05:36 PM
    well i'm about to leave my apartment tonight again for the next 2 months. this time i'll only be 2 hours away, so i can come back on the weekends if something messes up again. we'll see.

    oh, and i had to restart my VM before i left to take out the -oneunit flag, and guess what, i lost that unit! it was 96% complete!

    i'm so mad right now :mad:

    I've had that happen several time with bigadv units, grrrrrr




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  • Calidude
    Apr 16, 04:23 PM
    I can't help but feel that your posts come from way inside the closet. Why do gay people frighten you so?
    It is not gay people that people should be afraid of. It's people who promote homosexuality through media, education, culture, and government that people should be afraid of.

    What if you don't know any role models (e.g. you are poor?)
    Last time I checked, it didn't take material wealth to have good character or to be exposed to it.




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  • doctoree
    Apr 15, 02:55 PM
    Agreed.

    Lol, every of your line has a different vanishing point! The text is actually correct. Meeting a single, center VP.




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  • jonnysods
    Mar 26, 01:21 PM
    I jumped in at Tiger. Couldn't believe how amazing it was when I first used it. Then Leopard, so many UI improvements and ways to look at files without opening them. It really does get better with each release....!




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  • Thex1138
    Sep 29, 11:27 PM
    The prototyping lab :rolleyes:




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  • ChaosAngel
    Apr 16, 02:18 AM
    I've attempted to highlight the main new features that have been leaked for Windows 8. I have to say, things are looking good:

    http://bit.ly/gTcS4o

    I am especially a fan of "portable workspace" and "factory reset". Hopefully they make the release version.




    dunk321
    Mar 17, 10:25 AM
    MacRumours also known as the moral police! lmao Cracks me up especially after all the post I have read in the past about people receiving extra computers in the mail by accident from apple!!! And if I was a troll and made this whole thing up completely, I have succeeded for sure, for laughing at all of the post in this stupid thread it has ruffled some nerves of the people at home wishing they had an Ipad, insted of posting from their Acer Netbook. This place is a joke




    Unorthodox
    Oct 28, 04:04 PM
    "It's mine and you can't have it, with you I will not share it, cause if I share it with you, you'll have it to!"
    Thats Apple's theme song.




    Vidder
    Dec 9, 03:11 PM
    heres what i enjoyed doing best with this game:




    JoeG4
    Sep 25, 05:03 PM
    *yawn* This is like as if MS made a press event only to announce a .1 update to IE. :confused:

    WTF is so damn important about a .5 update of Aperture? If it's anything like iPhoto that's one program I wouldn't be spending $500 or whataever on. :D




    Lord Blackadder
    Aug 9, 06:39 PM
    Couple points...

    1) The problem with MPG on something like the volt is that it doesn't make any sense to measure it this way
    - MPG is simply the wrong standard to use when you're talking about what is primarily an electric car
    - Regarding it "only getting 50mpg", I don't believe that's been settled, but if true, then that's still 8MPG than the best highway mileage VW is able to currently offer in the US

    It is true that measuring the Volt's efficiency is problematic if you are trying to speak in terms of "mpg". However, we can't simply ignore where the extra electricity is coming from - especially when that electricity was probably produced by burning coal or oil.

    And that's what's so sinister about the electrics. Because it is hard to track just how efficient (or inefficient) the electricity from the grid is (created from fossil fuels, suffering from parasitic loss through the lines and then being stored in a battery before being used), people tend to ignore that whole side of the equation. But it is just as important.

    In terms of using its onboard generator, the Volt is very efficient. But most people that use one will probably drive it as an electric most of the time, so the efficiency of the power coming off the grid becomes the primary concern. And figuring that out is much harder than looking at mpg numbers. How many pounds of coal/gallons of oil are burned at the power plant to get your Volt a mile down the road (I assume it works out to be fairly efficent, but I don't know any numbers)? More importantly, would a proliferation in plug-ins result in regular rolling blackouts because power plants can't keep up with rising demand?

    2) Diesels don't get 50-60mpg in the US for two reasons

    a) The MPG numbers for a Euro engine are measured in imperial gallons, which are 20% bigger than US gallons and thus inflate the MPG by 20%. Furthermore, these MPG standards are measured using completely different testing methods between the US and Europe, so you can't directly compare them.

    b) None of those super-fuel-efficient Euro engines have been able to pass US emissions laws yet.

    Would I drop 41K on one (or 33K after rebates)?

    Probably not, but I'm sure they'll sell every one that they can make and I'm sure that price will come down over time.

    Imperial gallons are easily converted on Google, I was accounting for that. The biggest thing Americans have trouble with is adjusting to smaller cars. The cars we drive are, on average, unneccesarily big - and anyone who says otherwise is thought to be a Communist. If you want better mielage, drive a smaller car. 90% of truck and SUV owners use their vehicles to their full capacity a tiny percentage of the time. Most of them could do with a much smaller vehicle. Lifestyle changes (buying a smaller car, driving less) are the only way to really reduce fuel consumption on a national or global scale in the near to medium future. We can't wait for technology alone to pick up the slack.

    The emissions legislation differences are a farce. The US, EU and Japan should standardize a set of emissions & safety legislation so that any car made in those countries could be exported to any of the others. There's no good reason not to - but a lot of stupid political reasons why it will never happen.



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