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  • Starship77
    May 3, 10:43 PM
    Pity I can't buy the product.

    Why are Apple spending so much money on advertising when they can't even keep up with demand? Makes no sense.

    Because they want to continue not being able to keep up with the demand for more time... ;)




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  • quigleybc
    Sep 8, 07:54 PM
    kanye west can kiss my ass.....hes a whinny little bitch....


    I disagree,

    I agree with Kanye West when he said that George Bush doesn't care about black people...I agree with Kanye West when he said "F the Police"

    As for all the people on here that think Kanye West "sucks" well that's your opinion, it seems like this site is home to a lot of metal heads...So I don't doubt that a lot of peeps on here think he sucks. Try going to the music discussion and say "metallica sucks" people would freak out..

    It was odd that the F bombs were thrown out so casually, yet he censored himself with the N word..."she aint messin with no Broke...."

    Why would he do that?

    First of all hip hop is hard to pull off live.. it just is. I thought the sound for his performance was terrible. To his credit I though Kanye rose to the occasion and did the best with what he had...

    His new album is the best thing to happen to hip hop in years. Seriously, go listen to it...you may stray from your head bangin ways...or not

    was it a little awkward ya, but did it suck? no.

    At least it wasn't Madonna..or Metallica....THEY suck! :eek: Feel free to freak out...




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  • omegaphil6
    Mar 17, 11:34 AM
    bunch of haters. In a society where our own government is the biggest crook of all , you all have the nerve to jump down this guy's throat because of someone else's mistake!?!?

    Plus, if you have ever been to a best buy, employees jump on and off registers all the time without logging off first. They will never know which employee did it.

    also consider that this was this guy's karma coming back to him. He did good and now he is getting rewarded.

    Plus if this cashier is dumb enough to mistake $230 for $500 plus tax then does Best Buy really want him working register and relying on customer honesty to save his job?

    I say, im glad you got an iPad2 for $230. ENjoy it because it will probably never happen again!




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  • srxtr
    Jul 22, 04:01 PM
    But Apple admitted that it DOES drop more calls than 3GS.

    They spun it as "less than 1 per 100", but assuming all 3,000,000 iPhone 4 users make about 5 calls per day, that's over ONE MILLION dropped calls per week MORE than iPhone 3GS.

    It's a problem.
    It's been reproduced by CNET, Consumer Reports, NYT, and many others.

    The debate here is not whether there's a problem, but why Apple is obfuscating, rather than fixing it, pretending that bridging the gap of their electrically exposed antenna is equivalent to attenuating an antenna by completely covering it with one's meaty hand.
    (seems like moving this gap to the bottom edge of the phone where it's far less likely to be touched, would be an easy fix).

    ONE MILLION dropped calls per week = less than one dropped calls per week per iPhone 4 user.

    I haven't had a single dropped call yet though, same with all the other iPhone 4 owners I know.




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  • airforce1
    May 2, 12:00 PM
    Nothing is being removed they are changing the cache limit. And do you really think Apple is tracking 120+ million users....

    unless you where asleep, every single device was tracked, whether or not Apple themselves collected the info is like asking if the CIA eavesdrops on every single US citizen, answer is no, but the history of the devices unique ID, locations can help connect via remote desktop and collect political views, which was what Apple is really been questioned about by Congress,

    Who ever claims they have nothing to hide is full of BS, its not that you have anything to hide, access to the Unique Device ID can also help the perpetrator remotely use the device, internet, access bank and other private information with out the users knowledge, and they paid allot for the device unlike some of the free Social networking services who took advantages of bugs in the past until it was proven intentional to fish info too,

    So until you accomplices prove what exactly was the purpose behind this with hardware and transitional data readings no one can say Apple is innocent, as it is they are due in court over year now and just mentioned today that they will respond to this, Maybe Steve was not sick after all and had a ball listening to Gates or Microsoft, or wall street taking the hike along with them.




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  • dscuber9000
    Apr 15, 04:45 PM
    Google is finding out just how difficult it is to negotiate with record labels. :p




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  • schwell
    Oct 8, 09:56 PM
    About 2 months ago I paid an early termination fee and gave up my iPhone because of the dropped calls. I have a Blackberry on Verizon, and consume about 800 minutes a month (peak times, not nights and weekends) and close to 200MB of bandwidth.

    I have not had a single dropped call. I can also finally browse the web without Safari crashing all the time.


    I would not call looking at the web on a blackberry surfing. It is more like wading in a kiddie pool.




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  • kalsta
    Sep 30, 02:02 PM
    That's an amazingly thin house. And carved from a single piece of aluminum reportedly.




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  • Osarkon
    Nov 28, 03:11 PM
    It does take too little killstreaks to gain really. But at least the killstreaks top out at 11 on this one, which I think makes it better.

    The attack dogs really do my head in though!




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  • twoodcc
    Apr 4, 09:36 AM
    well it looks like i won't get any bonus for this bigadv unit i'm working on. my computer keeps losing it's connection (in windows, it disables my LAN connection, and i can't re-enable it). so i then have to restart the computer.

    so i guess it's from the heat. i might have to run -smp 7 on the next one




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  • demallien
    Oct 9, 03:34 AM
    Finding where the keys are on your HDD is the easy part, accessing and using them is the task that takes months... [Simple way to find the location of the keys. Image your HDD. Purchase file from iTunes. Image your HDD compare the two images. The new key(s) (and the file itself) must be in the bits that changed.]


    Sure. Of course, the guys working on DRM at Apple aren't idiots. If you were an engineer charged with defeating this type of attack, what would you do? I can tell you what I would do, I would start changing a whole load of bits on your harddrive, not because it's necessary, but because it makes it that much harder for you to find the stuff that changed.

    It's a moot point anyway. Any file that you download from iTunes is going to be at least a few megs in size. The key is going to be somewhere in the order of a couple of hundred bytes. Which bytes amongst the several megs are the key? They aren't necessarily contiguous, they're almost certainly encrypted by another key hidden elsewhere in the system, and they may even be fiddled by a virtual machine after decryption, just to muddle things up a little bit more.

    Finding the approximate location on the HD is simple. Fiding the actual key in the right order is an extremely difficult task.


    As someone who does this for a living, can you comment on my read of the hacks that have been released in the later post http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=2917258&postcount=96. It still seems to me that where DRM has been hacked has relied on key retrieval or finding the weak spot in the chain.
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    Um, of course DRM hacks rely on either retrieving the key, or finding the weak link. They are the only two attacks possible - grab the data after the program has decrypted it for use, or find the key/algorithm so that you can do the decryption yourself. At the moment the first attack is nearly trivial to implement, although that will change a bit when the manufacturers start moving on to a "Trusted Computing" style platform. All you need to do is write your own audio driver that sits between the computer and the real driver. It picks of the data and stores it as it's sent to the speakers.

    The second solution is much more difficult, but far more elegant. It allows you to keep intact all of the metadata associated with the file (track name, lyrics, album name etc etc). BUT, you have to be clever enough to recover the key.




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  • elctropro
    Jan 1, 01:26 AM
    My understanding is that AT&T is pretty far along in its upgrade from HPSA (3G) network to HPSA+ (faster 3G). They're doing this to maximize their existing investment in their infrastructure, and they should be able to employ LTE a little faster than Verizon has been, since LTE is a more streamlined upgrade from HPSA+. They claim that this is best for customers long-term, because when LTE (4G) coverage gives out, users can fall back on widespread HPSA+ coverage with similar performance. Whereas with Verizon, when you move out of an area with 4G coverage, you notice a HUGE drop in speed going to their ancient EV-DO technology.




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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 28, 09:42 AM
    So, please don't take everything I typed and generalize it, because it's not for everyone.

    I do understand where Dejo, Balamw and the others are coming from though. And frankly, they are probably better suited to help you than I am. I don't have a lot of experience with Objective-C and Cocoa, not like they do, having mostly come into it recently.

    Back to the code, here is a photo of my connections (ignore canceBigtimer). What you say is true I don't know how NSTimer works entirely , just some parts, I realize that and it is one of the reason I postpone my timer for a future update (need to study it).

    I have two timers, because, like I said.. I don't have full knowledge of timers. I know now that 1 timer is enough, even if I use two timers and start them at the same time, the log only shows 1 loop and the countdown in separate labels show e.g. 59 in one and 58 in another and so on.

    Ok, how about we work on making 1 timer work then ? The code you posted is very complicated and I don't think it has to be this complicated. Going 1 timer would simplify this.

    I see your Start Button is associated to 3 actions. Is this really what you want ? Let's simplify this. As an exercise, make 1 method, call it startTimer (like I did) and have only that action associated with your start button. From there, you can call the other methods yourself as needed.

    Once you have modified the code in this way, post again what you have in full, what it is doing and what you think it should be doing. We'll go from there.

    You mention my two global variables, It makes sense that the timer does not stop because the variables are outside the method that creates the timer. is that whats going on?

    No, the variables are "fine" where they are. They would be better positionned in the @interface block and declared as instance variables, but implementation scope globals work too.

    What you need to do however is reset those if you want your timer to start back at 0. Somewhere in your "stop/reset" code, there needs to be an initialization of those back to 0 :

    seconds = 0;
    minutes = 0;

    If your Cancel button is what should reset it, then this should be right now in newActionTimer. But ideally, we'll get rid of that function when you simplify the code down to 1 timer.

    Look at my NSLog outputs in my screenshot earlier. There's 3 methods there. updateLabel, cancelTimer, startTimer. This should have given you a big indication of how not complicated you should have made this.

    If you want 3 buttons, start, reset, stop, you'd technically need 4 methods, as follows :

    -(IBAction) startTimer: (id) sender;
    -(IBAction) stopTimer: (id) sender;
    -(IBAction) resetTimer: (id) sender;
    -(void) updateLabel;


    One to update the label as needed, one to start the timer, one to stop it and one to reset it.

    Also, NSTimer is not your timer. The timer is what you are creating with ATimerViewController. You need to grasp this. NSTimer simply calls methods, in this case, it should be update label. That's about all it should be doing. Both the stop and reset methods should release the NSTimer object instance. startTimer should always create a new one. However, reset should be the one to set back seconds/minutes to 0.




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  • darbus69
    May 4, 12:37 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    I really like the tone of these commercials.

    Also, I enjoy that they keep saying magic or magical; only because I know how angry people (trolls, mostly) here get about it.

    Apple commercials are bright, uplifting and show how technology enhances the human experience. They show people using iPads, iPhones, MacBooks, etc in everyday situations. However Android Zoom, BB Playbook, Tab are dark, joyless with people abducted by aliens, enveloped and overpowered by machines, etc.

    you are very observant-nice job...




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  • silentnite
    Apr 27, 09:26 AM
    Iphones small display has always been one of the cons to owning such a nice phone. Ipod touch as well benefit from a bigger display.




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  • Rocketman
    Oct 10, 05:55 PM
    Nope... we're thinking this will be a totally different iPod product, separate from the normal iPod or the nano or the shuffle.

    On the wireless topic, isn't there a faster or larger range or higher bandwidth Bluetooth now?

    If they would only make it about 3/16" thicker, the hard drive could have double the platters.

    Rocketman




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  • Eidorian
    May 3, 11:41 PM
    Since I have a variety of Mac laptops, which are my favs, I've reserved my iPads for web browsing only. Now after many months, keeping them simple and basic provides a certain sense of satisfaction.

    They're the only devices I don't even sync or backup. In fact, that's the one thing that feels strange. Especially due to the fact I employ multiple backup strategies for all my other computers and phones.

    That said, keeping them box stock for browsing only, is very freeing.I do not backup my Macbook anymore. It gathers dust now. :(

    Just curious, what is wrong with Air Video?What would I playback? I do not waste the drive space on it either. I grew out of my media hoarding phase nearly a decade ago.

    I have not paid for any of my media since I just get it on DVD from the library. Why would I pay for shovel media?




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  • varcos
    Jan 9, 03:25 PM
    OK, i dont know if this is a problem, but the URL of the keynote itself happens to contain a spoiler. Could be an issue.

    Actually someone at Apple took the spoiler off the keynote URL page:

    So, it's not here anymore:
    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwsf07/

    But it is everywhere else on the site.

    Very nice of them.




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  • twoodcc
    Jul 30, 04:01 PM
    well i still have 3 main machines for folding, but none are back up to full force.

    i don't have any of them running over 3.6 ghz (the fastest now is like 3.55 or so). so right now i'm just running -advmethods instead of -bigadv on 2 of them, and i'm actually using the other one, so no cpu folding right now.




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    Sep 25, 01:27 PM
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    Patrick J
    Apr 30, 09:20 AM
    more like late 2012. milestone 2 already leaked

    Yep.

    Microsoft sorted out the Windows team, they will be doing much more frequent updates now. Same applies to Internet Explorer.




    skoker
    Oct 3, 12:20 PM
    My MR sense was tingling... Why did I click on the front page just as something was posted YET AGAIN?!? :eek:


    Anyways, seriously cool. The Countdown Begins!




    Surely
    Apr 8, 01:32 PM
    As I said above, they will probably use it to sell something they can't move. My guess, "Purchase a Windows 7 phone, we will let you buy an iPad 2."

    Yeah, I don't see Apple approving a promotion like that with their current flagship product.




    snberk103
    Apr 17, 04:43 PM
    What security problem?

    You know what kills more Americans than terrorism every year? Peanut allergies. Swimming pools. Deer running in front of cars.

    Pat downs, body scanners, and TSA in generally are about "security theater." The government puts on a big show so the poor little sheep who are afraid of the big bad muslim wolves feel better.

    So how about we all stop letting politicians play on our fears, stop feeding money to the contractors who design useless crap like body scanners and stop giving up constitutional rights all in the name of preventing a "danger" that's significantly less likely to kill you than a lightning strike.

    I believe that's faulty logic. Using seat belts has cut the number of fatalities for car passengers by 50% to 75% (depending on the rate of seat belt usage in a jurisdiction - USA/Canada). Because very few people are now killed in car crashes, you are saying we should stop enforcing the seat belt laws?

    Or because so many fewer people are now dying due to drunk driving we should stop enforcing those laws?

    I'm not sure your logic supports your conclusion.



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